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Public Employees' Health Benefits; State Contributions   

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If an out-of-state employee is enrolled in a health benefit plan, policy, contract, service agreement, or arrangement described in Section 22857 and elects to receive the benefits provided by this part, the state and the employee shall contribute and disburse a portion of the cost of providing the benefit coverage in the same amounts and in a like manner as is provided for contributions, withholdings, appropriations, and payments for health benefit plans under Sections 22871, 22880, 22881, 22883, 22885, and 22913. Disbursements may be made to any person, association, corporation, insurer, or other entity responsible for providing the benefit coverage, except that the state shall make no contribution to the Public Employees' Contingency Reserve Fund, for other than administrative expense, with respect to an out-of-state employee and the fund may not be made available to any extent or for any purpose other than payment of administrative costs with respect to the employee or the plan, policy, contract, service agreement, or arrangement in which he or she is enrolled under this part.

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