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Public Employees' Health Benefits; State Contributions   

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(a) The state shall, in addition to the contributions required by Section 22870, contribute additional amounts necessary to provide funds for the administration of this part and for the establishment and continuation of the Public Employees' Contingency Reserve Fund.

(b) The additional contributions shall be in amounts reasonably adequate to pay the administrative expenses and to establish and maintain the account within the Public Employees' Contingency Reserve Fund provided by subdivision (b) of Section 22910, as determined by the board and as adopted by the Legislature in an appropriate control section of the annual Budget Act, but may not exceed, for each employee or annuitant, the following amounts:

(1) For administrative expenses, 2 percent of the total of the contributions made by the employee or annuitant and by the state on behalf of the employee or annuitant for enrollment in a health benefit plan.

(2) For the account within the Public Employees' Contingency Reserve Fund provided by subdivision (b) of Section 22910, 4 percent of the total of the contributions made by the employee or annuitant and by the state on behalf of the employee or annuitant for enrollment in a health benefit plan.

(Added by Stats. 2004, Ch. 69, Sec. 22.)