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The provisions of the group insurance policy or policies or the self-funded alternative must be determined, insofar as the provisions are not inconsistent with terms and conditions contained in collective bargaining agreements negotiated pursuant to Title 26, chapter 9-B, by the State Employee Health Commission as provided in section 285-A.The master policy for the group health plan must be held by the Commissioner of Administrative and Financial Services.A spouse or dependent who was not enrolled at the time the retiree withdrew may enroll only if that person meets the criteria set forth in subsection 3-B, paragraph B.



(1) For an employee whose base annual rate of pay is less than or equal to $30,000 on July 1st of the state fiscal year for which the premium contribution is being determined, the State shall pay 95% of the individual premium for the standard plan identified and offered by the commission and available to the employee as authorized by the commission.The company or companies or nonprofit organizations must be licensed under the laws of the State, when applicable.The policy provisions are subject to and as provided for by the insurance laws of this State, when applicable.(2) For an employee whose base annual rate of pay is projected to be greater than $30,000 and less than $80,000 on July 1, 2009, the State shall pay 95% of the individual premium for the standard plan identified and offered by the commission and available to the employee as authorized by the commission.

(3) For an employee whose base annual rate of pay is projected to be $80,000 or greater on July 1, 2009, the State shall pay 90% of the individual premium for the standard plan identified and offered by the commission and available to the employee as authorized by the commission.

A retiree eligible for a group health plan under subsection 1, paragraph G may elect to decline or to withdraw from coverage under the plan and to reenroll in the plan at a later date pursuant to the provisions of this subsection.