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Senate 0238: Relating to Health Insurance/Dependent Coverage [EPCC] ------------------------------------------------------------------

S238     GENERAL BILL by Lynn
Health Insurance/Dependent Coverage [EPCC]; amends criteria governing
mandatory coverage of dependent child under group, blanket, or franchise
health insurance policies covering residents of this state; provides for
said child to make written election to extend coverage or restore
previously terminated coverage; provides guidelines for extended
coverage & limitations on additional premiums; requires that notice re
coverage for said child be provided to covered persons, etc. Amends
627.6562. EFFECTIVE DATE: 07/01/2007.
12/14/06 SENATE Filed
01/09/07 SENATE Referred to Banking and Insurance; Health Policy;
                  Governmental Operations
03/06/07 SENATE Introduced, referred to Banking and Insurance; Health Policy;
                  Governmental Operations -SJ 00020
05/04/07 SENATE Died in Committee on Banking and Insurance


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S 0238 12/14/2006 Web Page | PDF

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0627.6562


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