The regulations state:
“Section 24-6108 [the Affordable Care Act], the State Children’s Health Insurance Program Act of 2006, the regulations promulgated under those laws, the laws of each of the six territories specified in Schedule I, Part A of Title 28 of the United States Code, or the amendments thereto, and all amendments thereto, shall not be applicable under the State Child Health Insurance Program. All rules adopted by the Secretary pursuant to those statutes, laws, or amendments shall apply to the program as if they adopted and are in effect at the time of adoption of those statutes, laws, or amendments. The statutes, laws, and amendments do not apply to the following: (a) The State of Connecticut. (b) The United States territories and possessions. (c) The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. (d) The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. (e) Any state or territory that has adopted and is in effect at the time it adopted the statutes, laws, or amendments.
“Section 24, the State Children’s Health Insurance Program Act of 2006, as amended and the regulations promulgated under that statute, the laws of each of the six territories specified in Schedule I, Part A of Title 28 of the United States Code, or the amendments thereto, and all amendments thereto, shall not apply to the Secretary until the provisions of that Act have taken effect for the programs in effect under that Act for the states and territories.”
The Department of Health Care Services regulations at: “Part 1, Chapter 1, Subchapter D, Part E of Title 14 of the United States Code, as enacted,” and “Part 2, Subchapter C, Part D, Chapter 1, Subchapter I, Title 17 of the United States Code, as enacted.”
The first of the four remaining contestants from the first season of Survivor: Blood vs. Water met with The Hollywood Reporter ahead of its premiere, revealing the twists she can expect to see in a game that ended in spectacular fashion in Australia.
The 26-year-old (who was previously married to a man named Michael) has said in a previous interview that she wanted to play on an island-based reality show. Instead, she was thrust back into the mix after being voted off the show, where she was told that “anyone who voted for me was going home.” She was then offered a chance to work in the food industry, which she found to be both challenging and rewarding. (
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