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« on: August 24, 2008, 11:51:27 PM »

Prior to 7/1/07, domestic and agriculture employees of Iowa employers were excluded from workers' compensation coverage unless the employer opted to elect coverage for them by having them specifically included by endorsement.

Effective 7/1/07, Iowa employers that purchase workers’ compensation insurance will now have these employees covered unless their policy specifically excludes them.

Senate File 421 also prohibits health service providers from seeking payment in disputes with an insurance carrier or employer until the labor commissioner can rule; and stipulates that an employer does not have responsibility for workers’ compensation coverage for police officers and fire fighters who voluntarily reject coverage.

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the text of the bill signed by the governor 5-9-07, effective 7-1-07
.  PAAS issued their Legislative Bulletin LB060805 to explain the effect of SF 421 on coverage for exempt employees.
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