Enrolled HB 175: Relating to insurance, including treating as confidential certain information submitted to the director of insurance by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners; clarifying conditions for the release of insurer deposits; defining travel insurance that may be sold under a travel insurance limited producer license; exempting rewards under a wellness program from treatment as insurance discrimination or rebating; making certain insurance required of the Comprehensive Health Insurance Association permissive rather than mandatory; making certain provisions relating to statements on applications and guaranteed renewability for individual health insurance applicable to hospital and medical service corporations; making public certain forms and related documents filed for approval by a hospital or medical service corporation after the filing becomes effective; relating to deposits of self-funded multiple employer welfare arrangements; repealing reasons that the director of insurance may use to deny or revoke a license; and providing for an effective date.
00Enrolled HB 175 01 Relating to insurance, including treating as confidential certain information submitted to the 02 director of insurance by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners; clarifying 03 conditions for the release of insurer deposits; defining travel insurance that may be sold under 04 a travel insurance limited producer license; exempting rewards under a wellness program 05 from treatment as insurance discrimination or rebating; making certain insurance required of 06 the Comprehensive Health Insurance Association permissive rather than mandatory; making 07 certain provisions relating to statements on applications and guaranteed renewability for 08 individual health insurance applicable to hospital and medical service corporations; making 09 public certain forms and related documents filed for approval by a hospital or medical service 10 corporation after the filing becomes effective; relating to deposits of self-funded multiple 11 employer welfare arrangements; repealing reasons that the director of insurance may use to
01 deny or revoke a license; and providing for an effective date. 02 _______________ 03 * Section 1. AS 21.06.060(f) is amended to read: 04 (f) The following information or records submitted to or obtained by the 05 director are confidential: 06 (1) personally identifiable consumer information; however, the director 07 may disclose the information or records for the purpose of attempting to resolve a 08 consumer complaint; 09 (2) information or records established by a showing satisfactory to the 10 director to be a trade secret or proprietary business information, including 11 (A) detailed health insurance claim cost data; and 12 (B) justification for usual, customary, and reasonable charge 13 determinations; 14 (3) information or records provided by a person not subject to this title 15 at the request of the director if the information or records are identified as confidential 16 by the director; and 17 (4) [FINANCIAL] analysis ratios and examination synopses 18 concerning insurance companies that are submitted to the director by the National 19 Association of Insurance Commissioners. 20 * Sec. 2. AS 21.06.180(b) is amended to read: 21 (b) The office of administrative hearings (AS 44.64.010) shall conduct a 22 hearing on behalf of the director if required under AS 44.64.030. Otherwise, the 23 director shall conduct a hearing if required by a provision of this title, or upon written 24 demand to the director by a person aggrieved by an act, threatened act, or failure of the 25 director to act, or by a report, regulation, or order of the director (other than an order 26 for the holding of a hearing, or an order on hearing or under it). A demand must 27 specify the grounds to be relied upon at the hearing as a basis for the relief. Except as 28 provided under AS 21.27.420(d), unless [UNLESS] postponed by mutual consent or 29 for good cause shown, the hearing shall be held within 30 days after receipt by the 30 director of the written demand.
01 * Sec. 3. AS 21.06.180(c) is amended to read: 02 (c) Except as provided under AS 21.27.420(d), if, [IF] within the 30-day 03 period, the director does not either (1) grant the hearing, or (2) issue an order refusing 04 the hearing, as to the previous report, regulation, or order as to which the person so 05 claims to be aggrieved, the hearing shall be considered to have been refused. 06 * Sec. 4. AS 21.06.190(a) is amended to read: 07 (a) Except as provided in AS 21.27.420(d), a [A] demand for a hearing 08 received by the director before the effective date of an order issued or within 10 days 09 after an order is delivered stays the effectiveness of the order pending the hearing and 10 an order made thereon, except as to action taken or proposed under an order 11 (1) on hearing; 12 (2) under and supplemental to an order on hearing; or 13 (3) based upon impairment of assets or unsound financial condition of 14 an insurer. 15 * Sec. 5. AS 21.24.130(d) is amended to read: 16 (d) If a domestic [THE] insurer is subject to delinquency proceedings under 17 [AS DEFINED IN] AS 21.78, [UPON THE ORDER OF A COURT OF 18 COMPETENT JURISDICTION,] the director shall yield the assets and securities held 19 on deposit under AS 21.09.090(b) to the receiver, conservator, rehabilitator, or 20 liquidator of the domestic insurer [, OR TO ANY OTHER PROPERLY 21 DESIGNATED OFFICIAL OR OFFICIALS WHO SUCCEED TO THE 22 MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL OF THE INSURER'S ASSETS]. The director 23 may release the deposit directly to the guaranty fund of which the insurer is a member 24 if the right to receive all or a portion of the deposit is assigned to the guaranty fund. 25 * Sec. 6. AS 21.24.130(f) is amended to read: 26 (f) If a foreign [AN] insurer that is a member of the Alaska Life and 27 Health Insurance Guaranty Association (AS 21.79) or the Alaska Insurance 28 Guaranty Association (AS 21.80) is found to be insolvent by a proceeding under 29 AS 21.78 or by a court of competent jurisdiction in another state, the director shall 30 take control of the insurer's deposit made under AS 21.09.090(b). The deposit assets 31 shall be released [, AT THE DISCRETION OF THE DIRECTOR,] to the applicable
01 guaranty association upon a showing to the director that the association paid 02 [ALASKA INSURANCE GUARANTY ASSOCIATION (AS 21.80) TO 03 REIMBURSE FOR] a valid loss, [AND] loss expense, or contractual obligation 04 [CLAIM PAYMENT MADE BY THE ASSOCIATION] that is within the purpose of 05 the deposit. After the director determines that all losses, loss expense liabilities, or 06 contractual obligations that were incurred on the insurer's policies written in this 07 state for which the deposit was required have been paid, the [THE] director shall 08 pay the remaining deposit assets to the receiver, conservator, rehabilitator, or 09 liquidator of the insurer, or to another properly designated official who succeeds to the 10 management and control of the insurer's assets [, AFTER THE DIRECTOR 11 DETERMINES THAT ALL LOSS AND LOSS EXPENSE LIABILITIES HAVE 12 BEEN PAID THAT WERE INCURRED ON THE INSURER'S POLICIES 13 WRITTEN IN THIS STATE FOR WHICH THE DEPOSIT WAS REQUIRED]. 14 * Sec. 7. AS 21.24.130 is amended by adding a new subsection to read: 15 (g) If an insurer is not a member of the Alaska Life and Health Insurance 16 Guaranty Association established by AS 21.79 or the Alaska Insurance Guaranty 17 Association established by AS 21.80, the director shall take control of the insurer's 18 deposit made under AS 21.09.090(b) if the insurer is found to be insolvent by a 19 proceeding under AS 21.78 or by a court of competent jurisdiction in another state. 20 The director shall release the deposit assets to the receiver, conservator, rehabilitator, 21 or liquidator of the insurer, or to any other properly designated official who succeeds 22 to the management and control of the insurer's assets. 23 * Sec. 8. AS 21.27.140(b) is amended to read: 24 (b) A firm may not be licensed as an insurance producer, managing general 25 agent, reinsurance intermediary broker, reinsurance intermediary manager, surplus 26 lines broker, or independent adjuster, or transact insurance unless each individual 27 employed as an insurance producer, managing general agent, surplus lines broker, 28 trainee independent adjuster, or independent adjuster by the firm is licensed as an 29 individual in the firm. [EACH COMPLIANCE OFFICER OF THE FIRM SHALL BE 30 LICENSED AS AN INDIVIDUAL IN THE FIRM FOR A SPECIFIC LINE AND 31 CLASS OF AUTHORITY. IF THERE IS MORE THAN ONE COMPLIANCE
01 OFFICER, THE COMBINED AUTHORITY OF ALL COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 02 SHALL COVER ALL THE POWERS CONFERRED BY THE FIRM'S LICENSE.] 03 * Sec. 9. AS 21.27.150(a) is amended to read: 04 (a) The director may issue a 05 (1) travel insurance limited producer license to a person who is 06 appointed under AS 21.27.100 and who sells insurance connected with 07 transportation provided by a common carrier, and limited to a specific trip, that 08 covers 09 (A) trip cancellation; 10 (B) trip interruption; or 11 (C) life, health, disability, or personal effects 12 [TRANSPORTATION TICKETS OF A COMMON CARRIER OF PERSONS 13 OR PROPERTY, WHO IS APPOINTED UNDER AS 21.27.100 FOR 14 TRANSPORTATION TICKET POLICIES OF HEALTH INSURANCE, 15 BAGGAGE INSURANCE ON PERSONAL EFFECTS, AND TRIP 16 CANCELLATION OR TRIP INTERRUPTION INSURANCE]; 17 (2) title insurance limited producer license to a person whose place of 18 business is located in this state and whose sole purpose is to be appointed by and act 19 on behalf of a title insurer; 20 (3) bail bond limited producer license to a person who is appointed by 21 and acts on behalf of a surety insurer pertaining to bail bonds; 22 (4) motor vehicle rental agency limited producer license to a person 23 and, subject to the approval of the director, to employees of the person licensed that 24 the licensee authorizes to transact the business of insurance on the licensee's behalf if, 25 as to an employee, the licensee complies with (D) of this paragraph and if the licensee 26 (A) rents to others, without operators, 27 (i) private passenger motor vehicles, including 28 passenger vans, minivans, and sport utility vehicles; or 29 (ii) cargo motor vehicles, including cargo vans, pickup 30 trucks, and trucks with a gross vehicle weight of less than 26,000 31 pounds that do not require the operator to possess a commercial driver's
01 license; 02 (B) rents motor vehicles only to persons under rental 03 agreements that do not exceed a term of 90 days; 04 (C) transacts only the following kinds of insurance: 05 (i) motor vehicle liability insurance with respect to 06 liability arising out of the use of a vehicle rented from the licensee 07 during the term of the rental agreement; 08 (ii) uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage, with 09 minimum limits described in AS 21.89.020(c) and (d) arising from 10 [OUT OF] the use of a vehicle rented from the licensee during the term 11 of the rental agreement; 12 (iii) insurance against medical, hospital, surgical, and 13 disability benefits to an injured person and funeral and death benefits to 14 dependents, beneficiaries, or personal representatives of a deceased 15 person if the insurance is issued as incidental coverage with or 16 supplemental to liability insurance and arises out of the use of a vehicle 17 rented from the licensee during the term of the rental agreement; 18 (iv) personal effects insurance, including loss of use, 19 with respect to damage to or loss of personal property of a person 20 renting the vehicle and other vehicle occupants while that property is 21 being loaded into, transported by, or unloaded from a vehicle rented 22 from the licensee during the term of the rental agreement; 23 (v) towing and roadside assistance with respect to 24 vehicles rented from the licensee during the term of the rental 25 agreement; and 26 (vi) other insurance as may be authorized by regulation 27 by the director; 28 (D) notifies the director in writing, within 30 days of 29 employment, of the name, date of birth, social security number, location of 30 employment, and home address of an employee authorized by the licensee to 31 transact insurance on the licensee's behalf; and
01 (E) provides other information as required by the director; 02 (5) nonresident limited producer license to a person; a license that the 03 director issues under this paragraph grants the same scope of authority as a limited 04 lines producer license issued to the person by the person's home state; 05 (6) credit insurance limited producer license to a person who sells 06 limited lines credit insurance; 07 (7) miscellaneous limited producer license to a person who transacts 08 insurance in this state that restricts the person's authority to less than the total authority 09 for a line of authority described in AS 21.27.115(1) - (6), (8), and (9). 10 * Sec. 10. AS 21.27.420 is amended by adding a new subsection to read: 11 (d) Without prior hearing, the director may order summary suspension of a 12 license if the director finds that protection of the public requires emergency action and 13 incorporates that finding in an order. The suspension is effective on the date specified 14 in the order or on the date of mailing by first class mail to the licensee's business 15 address on record with the division, whichever is later. If the licensee requests a 16 hearing, the director shall conduct a hearing on the suspension within a reasonable 17 time but not later than 20 days after the effective date of the summary suspension 18 unless the person whose license is suspended requests a later date. At the hearing, the 19 director shall determine if the suspension should be continued or withdrawn and, if 20 proper notice is given, may determine if the license should be revoked. The director 21 shall issue a decision within 30 days after the conclusion of the hearing. If the director 22 decides to continue the suspension or revoke the license, the suspension or revocation 23 must be based on one or more grounds in AS 21.27.410. The summary suspension 24 continues until the decision is issued. AS 21.06.190 and AS 44.64.030 are not 25 applicable to a hearing under this subsection. 26 * Sec. 11. AS 21.27.630 is amended by adding a new subsection to read: 27 (m) A person who is an employee of a third-party administrator and who acts 28 within the course and scope of that employment and within the scope of the written 29 contract required under AS 21.27.650(a)(4) is not required to be registered as a third- 30 party administrator under this section. The third-party administrator is responsible for 31 the acts of its employees regulated under this title.
01 * Sec. 12. AS 21.34.020 is amended by adding a new subsection to read: 02 (c) If a policyholder meets the standards of an exempt commercial 03 policyholder under this title and regulations adopted by the director, insurance may be 04 procured from a surplus lines broker without complying with (a)(2), (3), and (4) of this 05 section. 06 * Sec. 13. AS 21.34.040(d) is amended to read: 07 (d) A nonadmitted insurer may be eligible to provide coverage in this state if it 08 files with [FURNISHES TO] the director or the director's designee a copy of its 09 current annual financial statement that has been certified by the insurer. The financial 10 statement must be [EXCEPT IN THE CASE OF AN ALIEN INSURER, THE 11 STATEMENT SHALL BE PROVIDED NOT MORE THAN SIX MONTHS AFTER 12 THE CLOSE OF THE PERIOD REPORTED UPON AND THAT IS EITHER] filed 13 with and approved by the regulatory authority in the domicile of the nonadmitted 14 insurer, or certified by an accounting or auditing firm licensed in the jurisdiction of the 15 insurer's domicile. A foreign insurer shall provide the approved or certified 16 financial statement not more than six months after the close of the reporting 17 period. An alien insurer shall provide the approved or certified financial statement 18 not more [LATER] than nine months after the close of the reporting period. In the 19 case of an insurance exchange, the statement may be an aggregate combined statement 20 of all underwriting syndicates operating during the period reported upon. 21 * Sec. 14. AS 21.34.080(a) is amended to read: 22 (a) A surplus lines broker shall execute and file with the monthly report 23 required by AS 21.34.170 a written report, which shall be kept confidential, regarding 24 each surplus lines insurance transaction occurring in the preceding calendar month. 25 The report must include 26 (1) the name and address of the insured; 27 (2) the identity of each insurer including the National Association of 28 Insurance Commissioners [GROUP AND] company [INSURER] number and the 29 percentage of coverage provided by each; 30 (3) a complete description of the subject and location of the risk; 31 (4) the amount of gross premium written [CHARGED] for the
01 insurance; and 02 (5) other information required by the director. 03 * Sec. 15. AS 21.36.110 is amended to read: 04 Sec. 21.36.110. Exceptions to discrimination and rebates. Nothing in 05 AS 21.36.090, [AND] 21.36.100, and AS 21.54.100 may be construed as including 06 within the definition of discrimination or rebates any of the following practices: 07 (1) in the case of a contract of life insurance or life annuity, paying 08 bonuses to policyholders or otherwise abating their premiums in whole or in part out 09 of surplus accumulated from nonparticipating insurance, if the bonuses [,] or 10 abatement of premiums is [ARE] fair and equitable to policyholders and for the best 11 interests of the insurer; 12 (2) in the case of a life insurance policy [POLICIES] issued on [THE] 13 industrial debit, preauthorized check, bank draft, or similar plans, making allowance to 14 policyholders who have [CONTINUOUSLY FOR A SPECIFIED PERIOD] made 15 premium payments directly to an office of the insurer or by preauthorized debit, 16 check, bank draft, or similar plan, in an amount that fairly represents the saving in 17 collection expense; 18 (3) readjustment of the rate of premium for a group insurance policy 19 based on the loss or expense experience thereunder, at the end of the first or a 20 subsequent policy year of insurance thereunder, which may be made retroactive only 21 for that policy year; 22 (4) issuance of life or health insurance policies or annuity contracts at 23 rates less than the usual rates of premiums for the policies or contracts, or modification 24 of premium or rate based on amount of insurance; but the issuance or modification 25 may [SHALL] not result in reduction in premium or rate in excess of savings in 26 administration and issuance expenses reasonably attributable to the policies or 27 contracts; 28 (5) a reward under a wellness program established under a health 29 care plan that favors an individual if the wellness program meets the following 30 requirements: 31 (A) the wellness program is reasonably designed to promote
01 health or prevent disease; 02 (B) an individual has an opportunity to qualify for the 03 reward at least once a year; 04 (C) the reward is available for all similarly situated 05 individuals; 06 (D) the wellness program has alternative standards for 07 individuals who are unable to obtain the reward because of a health 08 factor; 09 (E) alternative standards are available for an individual 10 who is unable to participate in a reward program because of a health 11 condition; 12 (F) the insurer provides information explaining the 13 standard for achieving the reward and discloses the alternative standards; 14 and 15 (G) the total rewards for all wellness programs under the 16 health insurance policy do not exceed 20 percent of the cost of coverage. 17 * Sec. 16. AS 21.36.355(a) is amended to read: 18 (a) A person who has a conviction for a felony involving dishonesty or a 19 breach of trust may not engage or participate in the business of insurance without 20 receiving prior written consent by the director or by the insurance regulatory 21 official of the person's home state as required under 18 U.S.C. 1033 and 1034 22 (Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994). 23 * Sec. 17. AS 21.42.120(d) is amended to read: 24 (d) The director may, by order, require that a form or document be filed for 25 informational purposes or may exempt a form or document from the requirements 26 of this section for a time determined by the director when, [AN INSURANCE 27 DOCUMENT OR FORM OR TYPE THEREOF AS SPECIFIED IN THE ORDER, 28 TO WHICH,] in the opinion of the director, this section may not practicably be 29 applied, or the filing or [AND] approval of the form or document is [WHICH ARE], 30 in the opinion of the director, not desirable or necessary for the protection of the 31 public. [THE DIRECTOR SHALL, BY JULY 1, 2002, ADOPT REGULATIONS
01 CONSISTENT WITH THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INSURANCE 02 COMMISSIONERS PROPERTY AND CASUALTY MODEL RATE AND POLICY 03 FORM ACT AUTHORIZING A POLICY OF COMMERCIAL INSURANCE TO BE 04 FILED ON OR BEFORE THE DATE OF USE AND TO BE NOT SUBJECT TO 05 THE PRIOR APPROVAL OF THE DIRECTOR.] 06 * Sec. 18. AS 21.42.160(d) is amended to read: 07 (d) Each policy and annuity contract issued by an [A DOMESTIC] insurer, 08 and the forms thereof filed with the director, must have printed on them an appropriate 09 designating letter or figure, or combination of letters or figures, or terms identifying 10 the respective forms of policies or contracts, together with the year of adoption of the 11 form. When a change is made in the form, the designating letters, figures, or terms and 12 year of adoption must [SHALL] be correspondingly changed. 13 * Sec. 19. AS 21.42.385(b) is amended to read: 14 (b) The minimum coverage required under (a) of this section [MAY] 15 (1) may be provided under contract with another health care insurer; 16 [AND] 17 (2) may not be less than the dental, vision, and hearing coverage 18 provided on July 1, 2009 [JANUARY 1, 1992], to an individual entitled to medical 19 benefits under AS 39.35.535 (public employees' retirement system of Alaska); and 20 (3) shall be adjusted by the director on July 1, 2012, and every 21 three years thereafter to correspond to changes in coverage provided to 22 individuals entitled to medical benefits under AS 39.35.535. 23 * Sec. 20. AS 21.55.100(b) is amended to read: 24 (b) The association may [SHALL] make available to residents who are high 25 risks, eligible for and covered by Medicare, 65 years of age or older, and eligible 26 under this chapter [AT LEAST] one or more Medicare supplement plans [PLAN] 27 that meet [MEETS] the minimum policy standards and minimum benefit standards 28 established by regulations adopted by the director under AS 21.89.060. 29 * Sec. 21. AS 21.55.500(19) is repealed and reenacted to read: 30 (19) "resident" means 31 (A) except for a federally defined eligible individual or TAA
01 eligible individual, an individual who meets the eligibility requirements in 02 AS 43.23.005; or 03 (B) for a federally defined eligible individual or TAA eligible 04 individual, an individual who is legally domiciled in this state. 05 * Sec. 22. AS 21.78.010(b) is amended to read: 06 (b) Except as provided under AS 21.24, delinquency [DELINQUENCY] 07 proceedings under this chapter constitute the sole and exclusive method of liquidating, 08 rehabilitating, reorganizing, or conserving an insurer, and a court may not entertain a 09 petition for the commencement of the proceedings unless it has been filed in the name 10 of the state on the relation of the director. 11 * Sec. 23. AS 21.84.465(b) is amended to read: 12 (b) A society transacting business in this state shall annually, [ON OR] before 13 March 2, unless the time has been extended by the director for cause shown, file with 14 the director a true statement of the society's financial conditions, transactions, and 15 affairs for the preceding calendar year and pay the applicable fee under AS 21.06.250. 16 The statement shall be in the general form and content approved by the National 17 Association of Insurance Commissioners for fraternal benefit societies and 18 supplemented by additional information required by the director. 19 * Sec. 24. AS 21.85.100 is amended to read: 20 Sec. 21.85.100. Applicability of other provisions. In addition to the 21 provisions contained or referred to in this chapter, the following chapters and 22 provisions of this title also apply with respect to self-funded multiple employer 23 welfare arrangements to the extent applicable and not in conflict with the express 24 provisions of this chapter and the reasonable implications of the express provisions, 25 and, for the purposes of the application, the arrangements shall be considered to be a 26 mutual insurer: 27 (1) AS 21.03; 28 (2) AS 21.06; 29 (3) AS 21.07; 30 (4) AS 21.09.100, 21.09.120, 21.09.130, 21.09.140 - 21.09.200, 31 21.09.210, 21.09.245 - 21.09.270, 21.09.300, and 21.09.320;
01 (5) AS 21.18.010 - 21.18.050, 21.18.080 - 21.18.086, and 21.18.100; 02 (6) AS 21.24; 03 (7) AS 21.33; 04 (8) [(7)] AS 21.36; 05 (9) [(8)] AS 21.42.120, 21.42.130, 21.42.345 - 21.42.365, and 06 21.42.375 - 21.42.500; 07 (10) [(9)] AS 21.48; 08 (11) [(10)] AS 21.54; 09 (12) [(11)] AS 21.55; 10 (13) [(12)] AS 21.56; 11 (14) [(13)] AS 21.78; 12 (15) [(14)] AS 21.89.060; 13 (16) [(15)] AS 21.90. 14 * Sec. 25. AS 21.87.180 is amended by adding a new subsection to read: 15 (e) A filing under this section is open to public inspection after the date the 16 filing becomes effective. 17 * Sec. 26. AS 21.87.340 is amended to read: 18 Sec. 21.87.340. Other provisions applicable. In addition to the provisions 19 contained or referred to previously in this chapter, the following chapters and 20 provisions of this title also apply with respect to service corporations to the extent 21 applicable and not in conflict with the express provisions of this chapter and the 22 reasonable implications of the express provisions, and, for the purposes of the 23 application, the corporations shall be considered to be mutual "insurers": 24 (1) AS 21.03; 25 (2) AS 21.06; 26 (3) AS 21.07; 27 (4) AS 21.09, except AS 21.09.090; 28 (5) AS 21.18.010; 29 (6) AS 21.18.030; 30 (7) AS 21.18.040; 31 (8) AS 21.18.080 - 21.18.086;
01 (9) AS 21.36; 02 (10) AS 21.42.110, 21.42.345 - 21.42.365, [AS 21.42.345 - 21.42.365] 03 and 21.42.375 - 21.42.395; 04 (11) AS 21.51.120 and 21.51.400; 05 (12) AS 21.53; 06 (13) AS 21.54; 07 (14) AS 21.56; 08 (15) AS 21.69.400; 09 (16) AS 21.69.520; 10 (17) AS 21.69.600, 21.69.620, and 21.69.630; 11 (18) AS 21.78; 12 (19) AS 21.89.060; 13 (20) AS 21.90. 14 * Sec. 27. AS 21.90.900 is amended by adding a new paragraph to read: 15 (46) "working day" means a calendar day other than Saturday, Sunday, 16 an official federal holiday, or an official holiday of this state. 17 * Sec. 28. AS 44.64.030(a)(17) is amended to read: 18 (17) AS 21.09, AS 21.22.190, AS 21.27, except under 19 AS 21.27.420(d), AS 21.34, AS 21.36, AS 21.69, AS 21.86.200, AS 21.87, and 20 AS 21.89 (insurance); 21 * Sec. 29. AS 21.07.250(19); AS 21.27.410(a)(10), 21.27.410(a)(11), 21.27.410(a)(12); and 22 AS 21.55.220(b) are repealed. 23 * Sec. 30. This Act takes effect July 1, 2009.