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Governor Tomblin Signs 'Clean Up' Bill, Measure Takes Effect June 8

Unintended errors in 2011 law get corrected

CHARLESTON (April 2, 2012) -- Governor Earl Ray Tomblin signed HB.4260, a bill that corrects unintended errors in the state's 2011 autism insurance reform law. The new law, which takes effect June 8, clarifies that a $30,000 annual cap on benefits applies only to Applied Behavior Analysis, not on all benefits.