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COBRA -- continuation of health insurance

"COBRA" stands for the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act. Part of the Act required employers of 20 or more employees to offer a continuation of health insurance for employees and their families when some event (termination of employment, divorce, etc.) would otherwise cut off the coverage.

For more information on COBRA, I suggest you go to the Workplace Fairness site (this will open in a new window, so that you can easily return here; you will also have to agree to the site's terms of use before the COBRA page is displayed).

This entry was posted by Edward at 10:20 AM, 24 July 2008 | Categories: Cobra

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