|SB 0095||Repeals '93 changes re/reimbursable employers in unemp. ins.|
|Last Action:||01/31/95 - Hearing Conducted S Labor & Industrial Relations Comm.-Consent|
|Effective Date:||August 28, 1995|
SB 95 - In 1993, the General Assembly enacted House Bill 502 which changed provisions on reimbursable employers (not-for- profit) by requiring them to reimburse the Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund for 100% of their costs rather than allowing these costs to be paid by the state's Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund. These new requirements were to be phased in over a three year period beginning in 1996 and reaching 100% in 1998.
This act repeals these provisions, restoring the law as it
existed in 1993.