<Text of section effective upon certification of rules; see also, text of section
effective until certification of rules.>
For purposes of this chapter, health insurance is considered reasonable in cost if
it is available to the obligor on a group basis or through an employer or union, regardless
of service delivery mechanism, or as otherwise defined by the child support agency
in compliance with rules promulgated by the secretary of the United States department
of health and human services. The definition of reasonable cost established by the child support agency under
this section must consider the scope of covered services, the cost of coverage, and
the amount of any copayments or deductibles.
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