Alabama Lawmakers Reform Health Insurance for State Workers

Sign, Shelly
November 2004
Bond Buyer;11/18/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32013, p3
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Reports that Alabama Governor Bob Riley will sign five bills into law reforming the state's health insurance programs for public employees. Riley's praise for legislators who focused on the bills; Provisions on the powers of the insurance board, premiums and supplemental coverage; Aim of preserving Education Trust Fund and General Fund budgets that could be consumed by insurance costs for employees and retirees without the reform measures.


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