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Arkansas’ mini-COBRA Insurance

Under the Federal COBRA Act, the State of Arkansas allows workers to keep their workplace insurance, if that insurance would end due to a qualifying event. The federal law requires companies with 20 or more employees to offer continued insurance benefits. Arkansas has...

How COBRA Insurance Applies To Alaskan Workers

COBRA is the federal law that requires employers to continue to provide their health insurance coverage to employees who have been laid off or terminated. The coverage may extend from 18 to 36 months. To obtain coverage under COBRA, the employee or their dependent...

Illinois Health Insurance Continuation Rights – COBRA

The State of Illinois is unique in that it has 3 laws function in the same way as the federal COBRA Act does. Illinois ContinuationIllinois Spousal ContinuationDependent Continuation The Illinois Continuation law provides employees up to 12 weeks of continuing...

About New York State’s Mini COBRA

The federal COBRA law provides qualified beneficiaries receiving employer health insurance 18 months of continued coverage if that insurance would stop due to job loss or other qualifying events.  In 2009, New York Governor David Paterson signed into law Chapter...

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