§ 58-50-115. Health benefit plans subject to Act.
(a) A health benefit plan is subject to this Act if it provides health benefits for small employers and if any of the following conditions are met:
(1) Any part of the premiums or benefits is paid by a small employer or any covered individual is reimbursed, whether through wage or adjustments or otherwise, by a small employer for any portion of the premium;
(2) The health benefit plan is treated by the employer as part of a plan or program for the purpose of sections 106, 125, or 162 of the United States Internal Revenue Code; or
(3) The small employer has permitted payroll deductions for the eligible enrollees for the health benefit plans.
(b) Repealed by Session Laws 1993, c. 529, s. 3.5, effective January 1, 1995.
(c) A health benefit plan is not subject to this Act if it provides health benefits for employers who are employer members of a Path 2 MEWA pursuant to Article 50A of this Chapter through a policy issued to the Path 2 MEWA. (1991, c. 630, s. 1; 1993, c. 529, s. 3.5; 2013-357, s. 2(c); 2019-202, s. 4(b); 2020-69, s. 3(d).)