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S.F. No. 3056 - State Employee Group Insurance Proposed Changes Submission Separately to the LCC - The First Engrossment
Author: Senator Michelle R. Benson
Prepared By: Stephanie James, Senate Counsel (651/296-0103)
Date: March 21, 2018


SF 3056 requires a similar process for Legislative Coordinating Commission (LCC) review of changes to state employee insurance, as is currently in place for collective bargaining agreements and compensation plans. 

Specifically, the commissioner must submit to the Legislative Coordinating Commission any negotiated or other proposed changes to insurance for state employees. The changes must be submitted within five days of approval of the changes by the commissioner and 45 days before submitting to the LCC a collective bargaining agreement or compensation plan that incorporates the insurance program changes. If the LCC disapproves the changes, the LCC must put its objections in writing to the commissioner.  The commissioner is precluded from submitting a collective bargaining agreement or compensation plan to the LCC that contains changes to state employee insurance previously disapproved the commission unless the insurance program incorporates changes required by the LCC or otherwise addresses the LCC's objections



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