Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 55. State Health Insurance
Section 340. Solicitation of Eligible Persons.
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AS 21.55.340. Solicitation of Eligible Persons.

(a) The association, under a plan approved by the director, shall disseminate appropriate information to the residents of the state regarding the existence of the state plans and the means of enrollment. Means of communication may include use of the press, radio, and television, as well as publication in appropriate state offices and publications.

(b) The association shall devise and implement means of maintaining public awareness of the provisions of this chapter regarding the state plans and shall administer this chapter in a manner that facilitates public participation in the state plans.

(c) A person may not sell or market a qualified state plan unless the person is acting within the scope of a license issued in this state.

(d) An insurer or hospital or medical service corporation that rejects or applies underwriting restrictions to an applicant for a subscriber contract, a health insurance policy, or a Medicare supplement plan in the state shall notify the applicant of the existence of the state plans, the requirements for being accepted, and the procedure for applying.

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