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It is not possible to specify the direction of this interaction: whether states adopted mandated benefits because Congress or other states passed these bills, or if in fact Congress followed legislation from the states.
But HHS shackled the states to the full load of mandated benefits on their books, and the prices of next year's offerings in the health insurance exchanges are going to bear witness to the free-wheeling mandate craze of the last twenty years.
While the ACA contains a variety of provisions designed to alter these incentives and potentially make it less expensive for small firms to offer ESI, coverage requirements, like past mandated benefits, may disproportionately affect certain types of firms.
Learning opportunities for students are to be aligned with the state mandated objectives.
Departments can implement this process for any training program; however, mandated training requirements exist for all law enforcement officers.
The first installment of the new Mandate Monitor shows states will be forced to spend nearly 6 percent of their general fund revenues during fiscal year 2004 on federally mandated programs.
Mandated territories were separated into three distinct classifications "according to the stage of the development of the people, the geographical situation of the territory, its economic conditions and other similar circumstances.
The Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act of 1974 resulted in the implementation of mandated reporting across the United States.
While this debate no doubt had political relevance, economists know that the percentage of a mandated benefit that employers are required to pay directly is irrelevant to how the cost is ultimately shared between employers and employees.
In the proposed New York bill, for example, coverage would be mandated for patients enrolled in clinical trials if, among other things, the trials have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration as part of investigational new drug exemptions.
Arguments about whether employers should pay 50 or 80 percent of mandated premiums are misleading.
Mayor Lashutka told delegates that one of the prime causes for his city's widely-recognized study of mandated environmental costs was the city finding that what USEPA said, in the federal register, would be a $75,000 stormwater program for his city actually cost $1.