COVID-inspired Montana health insurance proposal wouldn’t kick in for 2 years

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A bill moving through the Montana Legislature would create a “mini-COBRA” law that would require any small business with a group health insurance plan to offer continuing coverage for up to 18 months at the employee’s expense starting in 2023.

A bill moving through the Montana Legislature would create a “mini-COBRA” law that would require any small business with a group health insurance plan to offer continuing coverage for up to 18 months at the employee’s expense starting in 2023.

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