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1995-05-11 Senate Journal

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1995-05-11                     Senate Journal                      Page 1732
SB 53                                                                        
Message of May 8 was read, stating the House passed and returned               
for consideration CS FOR SENATE BILL NO. 53(JUD) "An Act                       
relating to regulation of risk retention or purchasing groups; to              
preemption of the regulation of insurance agents and insurance                 
producers; to the general powers of the director of the division of            
insurance; to insurance examination hearings; to insurer certificates          
of authority; to annual and quarterly statements, taxes, and prohibited        
acts of insurers; to reinsurance credit allowed a domestic insurer; to         
risk based capital for insurers; to insurer assets and liabilities; to         
insurer investments; to insurance holding companies; to regulation,            
licensing, examination, and trade practices of insurance producers,            
managing general agents, third-party administrators, brokers,                  
independent adjusters, and reinsurance intermediary managers; to               
surplus lines insurance; to criminal insurance acts; to premium                
increases in automobile insurance; to insurance rating; to assigned            
risk pools; to filing and approval of certain insurance policy forms;          
to required insurance coverage for acupuncture, nurse midwives'                
services, mammography, and phenylketonuria; to health insurance                
provided by small employers; to transfer of an insurer's status as a           
domestic insurer; to quarterly statements of benevolent associations,          
fraternal benefit societies, and health maintenance organizations; to          
reciprocal insurers; to the definition of 'member insurer' for purposes        

1995-05-11                     Senate Journal                      Page 1733
SB 53                                                                        
of the Alaska Life and Disability Insurance Guaranty Association; to           
electronic insurance data transfer and insurance funds transfer; to the        
definitions of 'managing general agent' and 'person' applicable to             
insurance law; to automobile assigned risk plans; placing a person             
employed by the division of insurance as an actuary or assistant               
actuary into the exempt service; amending Alaska Rule of Civil                 
Procedure 45; and providing for an effective date" with the following          
HOUSE CS FOR CS FOR SENATE BILL NO.                                           
53(L&C) am H                                                                   
"An Act relating to insurance; amending Alaska                                
Rule of Civil Procedure 45; and providing for an                               
effective date." (title change authorized by HOUSE                             
CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 20)                                                  
Senator Halford moved that the Senate concur in the House                      
The question being:  "Shall the Senate concur in the House                     
amendment to CS FOR SENATE BILL NO. 53(JUD)?"  The roll                        
was taken with the following result:                                           
HCS CSSB 53(L&C) am H                                                          
Shall the Senate concur in the House                                           
amendment to CSSB 53(JUD)?                                                     
YEAS:  4   NAYS:  15   EXCUSED:  1   ABSENT:  0                              
Yeas:  Green, Kelly, Salo, Torgerson                                           
Nays:  Adams, Duncan, Ellis, Frank, Halford, Hoffman, Leman,                   
Lincoln, Miller, Pearce, R.Phillips, Rieger, Sharp, Taylor, Zharoff            
Excused:  Donley                                                               
and so, the Senate failed to concur in the House amendment.                    
See page 1737.