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(a) Beginning July 1, 2004, the commissioner of administration will approve an exemption under 2 AAC 39.900 only if the requirements of this section are met.
(b) All plans covering state employees to which the state contributes must follow the requirements of 2 AAC 39.915 regarding coordination of benefits.
(c) If an eligible state employee either is married to another eligible state employee or, together with another eligible state employee, has eligible dependent children, and if
(1) neither employee has an eligible dependent child, each employee may select employee-only coverage;
(2) either employee has an eligible dependent child and both employees are in the same state employee health plan, one employee must select family coverage; and
(3) either employee has an eligible dependent child and the employees are in different state employee health plans, the employee who has primary responsibility for the eligible dependent child under 2 AAC 39.915 must select family coverage.
History: Eff. 7/1/2003, Register 166
Authority: AS 39.30.090
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