SB 1375 – CaliforniaStatus: Enacted
Year Introduced: 2018
Health insurance: small employer groups: The bill would provide, with respect to a sole proprietorship that consists only of the sole proprietor and his or her spouse, or a partnership that consists solely of partners and their spouses, that the sole proprietor or the partner, as applicable, and the spouses of those persons, are not considered employees for purposes of determining eligibility for small employer coverage. The bill would prohibit employer group health care service plans and employer group health benefit plans from being issued, marketed, or sold to a sole proprietorship or partnership without employees directly or indirectly through any arrangement, and would require that only individual health care service plans and individual health benefit plans be sold to any entity without employees.
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