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Section 27-19-105 Regulations for long-term care policies; outline of coverage, policy summary,
and monthly report. (a) The commissioner may adopt regulations that include standards for
full and fair disclosure setting forth the manner, content, and required disclosures for the
sale of long-term care insurance policies, terms of renewability, initial and subsequent conditions
of eligibility, nonduplication of coverage provisions, coverage of dependents, preexisting
conditions, termination of insurance, continuation or conversion, probationary periods, limitations,
exceptions, reductions, elimination periods, requirements for replacement, recurrent conditions,
and definitions of terms. Regulations under this subsection should recognize the developing
and unique nature of long-term care insurance and the distinction between group and individual
long-term insurance policies. (b) No long-term care insurance policy may do any of the following:
(1) Be cancelled, nonrenewed, or otherwise... - 11K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 27-60-1 Establishment of compact; commission representative. Pursuant to the terms
and conditions of this chapter, the State of Alabama seeks to join with other states and establish
the Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Compact, and thus become a member of the Interstate
Insurance Product Regulation Commission. The Alabama Commissioner of Insurance is hereby designated
to serve as the representative of this state to the commission. (Act 2011-536, p. 928, ยง1.)... - 784 bytes - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 14-13-2 Adoption and text of Interstate Corrections Compact. The Interstate Corrections
Compact is hereby enacted into law and entered into by the State of Alabama with any and all
states legally joining therein, in accordance with its terms, in the form substantially as
follows: INTERSTATE CORRECTIONS COMPACT Article I (Purpose and Policy) The party states, desiring
by common action to fully utilize and improve their institutional facilities and provide adequate
programs for the confinement, treatment, and rehabilitation of various types of offenders,
declare that it is the policy of each of the party states to provide such facilities and programs
on a basis of cooperation with one another, thereby serving the best interests of such offenders
and of society and effecting economies in capital expenditures and operational costs. The
purpose of this compact is to provide for the mutual development and execution of such programs
of cooperation for the confinement, treatment and... - 14K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 27-10-31 Annual tax of surplus line brokers. (a) On or before the first day of March
each year, the surplus line broker shall remit to the State Treasurer through the commissioner,
as a tax imposed for the privilege of transacting business as a surplus line broker in this
state, a tax of six percent on the direct premiums, less return premiums and exclusive of
sums collected to cover state or federal taxes, on surplus line insurance subject to tax transacted
by the broker during the preceding calendar year as shown by the annual statement filed with
the commissioner. (b) The tax under the provisions of this section shall be subject to deduction
of the full amount of all expenses of examination of the surplus line broker by the commissioner
in the same manner as that allowed for domestic insurers for examination expenses under the
provisions of subdivision (5) of subsection (c) of Section 27-4A-3. All taxes collected under
this section shall be deposited in the State Treasury to... - 1K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 34-24-537 Default procedures. (a) The grounds for default include, but are not limited
to, failure of a member state to perform such obligations or responsibilities imposed upon
it by the compact, or the rules and bylaws of the interstate commission promulgated under
the compact. (b) If the interstate commission determines that a member state has defaulted
in the performance of its obligations or responsibilities under the compact, or the bylaws
or promulgated rules, the interstate commission shall: (1) Provide written notice to the defaulting
state and other member states, of the nature of the default, the means of curing the default,
and any action taken by the interstate commission. The interstate commission shall specify
the conditions by which the defaulting state must cure its default; and (2) Provide remedial
training and specific technical assistance regarding the default. (c) If the defaulting state
fails to cure the default, the defaulting state shall be terminated... - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 45-32-60.02 Additional expense allowance; compensation; mileage allowance; equipment
and supplies; health insurance benefits; fee for death certificates. (a) The Greene County
Commission may provide the Coroner of Greene County with additional expense allowances and
compensation or salary. The county commission may provide for any expense allowance granted
to the coroner by this section or otherwise to convert to salary effective beginning the next
term of office of the coroner. Any salary otherwise granted to the coroner shall be effective
beginning the next term of office of the coroner. In addition, the coroner may receive any
uniform increases in compensation granted to other local elected officials pursuant to Chapter
2A of Title 11, except that any increases in compensation during the term of the coroner shall
be paid as an expense allowance and shall convert to salary effective beginning the next term
of office of the coroner. (b) The county commission may provide the... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 22-6-151 Regional care organizations; governing board of directors; citizen's advisory
committee; solvency and financial requirements; reporting; provider standards committee. (a)
A regional care organization shall serve only Medicaid beneficiaries in providing medical
care and services. (b) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a regional care organization
shall not be deemed an insurance company under state law. (c)(1) A regional care organization
and an organization with probationary regional care organization certification shall have
a governing board of directors composed of the following members: a. Twelve members shall
be persons representing risk-bearing participants in the regional care organization or organization
with probationary certification. A participant bears risk by contributing cash, capital, or
other assets to the regional care organization. A participant also bears risk by contracting
with the regional care organization to treat Medicaid beneficiaries... - 9K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 44-2-20 Text of compact. The Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children is hereby
enacted into law and entered into with all other jurisdictions legally joining therein in
form substantially as follows: Article I. Purpose and Policy. It is the purpose and policy
of the party states to cooperate with each other in the interstate placement of children to
the end that: (a) Each child requiring placement shall receive the maximum opportunity to
be placed in a suitable environment and with persons or institutions having appropriate qualifications
and facilities to provide a necessary and desirable degree and type of care. (b) The appropriate
authorities in a state where a child is to be placed may have full opportunity to ascertain
the circumstances of the proposed placement, thereby promoting full compliance with applicable
requirements for the protection of the child. (c) The proper authorities of the state from
which the placement is made may obtain the most complete... - 10K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 27-1-22 Uniform prescription drug information card or technology. (a) Every health
benefit plan that provides coverage for prescription drugs or devices, or administers a plan,
including, but not limited to, third party administrators for self-insured plans and state
administered plans, excluding the Alabama Medicaid Program, shall issue to its insureds a
card or other technology containing prescription drug information. The uniform prescription
drug information card or technology shall be in the format approved by the National Council
for Prescription Drug Programs (NCPDP) and shall include all of the required fields and conform
to the most recent pharmacy ID card or technology implementation guide produced by NCPDP or
conform to a national format acceptable to the Commissioner of Insurance. If a health care
plan includes a conditional or situational field, it shall conform to the most recent pharmacy
information card or technology implementation guide by the NCPDP or conform... - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 31-11-2 National Guard Mutual Assistance Counter-Drug Activities Compact. The National
Guard Mutual Assistance Counter-Drug Activities Compact is enacted into law and entered with
all other jurisdictions mutually adopting the compact in the form substantially as follows:
compact, the following words shall have the following meanings: 1. DEMAND REDUCTION. Providing
available National Guard personnel, equipment, support, and coordination to federal, state,
local and civil organizations, institutions, and agencies for the purposes of the prevention
of drug abuse and the reduction in the demand for illegal drugs. 2. DRUG INTERDICTION AND
COUNTER-DRUG COMPACT ACTIVITIES. The use of National Guard personnel, while not in federal
service, in any law enforcement support compact activities that are intended to reduce the
supply or use of illegal drugs in the United States. These compact activities... - 13K - Match Info - Similar pages

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