Regulatory Activity

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Emergency Regulations

 

The Maryland Insurance Administration issued the following Emergency Regulations:

  • Title 31 Maryland Insurance Administration
    Subtitle 1 General Provisions
    Chapter 2 Emergency Powers
    View Regulation: 31.01.02
    Effective: April 28, 2020
    Expires: October 12, 2020
  • Title 31 Maryland Insurance Administration
    Subtitle 1 General Provisions
    Chapter 2 Emergency Powers
    View Regulation: 31.01.02
    Effective: September 1, 2020
    Expires: February 12, 2021

Draft Proposed Regulations

  ​​​​The Maryland Insurance Administration is seeking comment on the following draft proposed regulations prior to publication in the Maryland Register. Comments may be sent to:

   Director of Regulatory Affairs
   The Maryland Insurance Administration
   200 St. Paul Place, Suite 2700
   Baltimore, Maryland 21202
 
Comments also may be submitted by calling 410-468-2007, emailing InsuranceRegReview.mia@maryland.gov, or by faxing to 410-468-2020.
 
Comments may be submitted electronically to insuranceregreview.mia@maryland.gov or by regular mail to:
Lisa Larson, Regulations Manager
Maryland Insurance Administration
200 St. Paul Place, Suite 2700
Baltimore, MD 21202

Proposed Regulations

 

​​The following regulations have been proposed by the Maryland Insurance Administration and published in the Maryland Register.

  • Title 31 Maryland Insurance Administration
    Subtitle 3 Insurance Producers And Other Insurance Professionals
    Chapter 2 Insurance Producers - Continuing Education Requirements
    View the Proposed Regulation​ as it appeared in the Maryland Register May 6, 2022
    Comments close June 6, 2022.

  • Title 31 Maryland Insurance Administration
    Subtitle 9 Life Insurance and Annuities
    Chapter 12 Suitability in Annuity Transactions
    View the Proposed Regulation​ as it appeared in the Maryland Register January 28, 2022.
    Comments close February 28, 2022.
    ACLI Comments - February 28, 2022
    The League of Life and Health Insurers of MD Comments - February 24, 2022
    Insured Retirement Institute Comments - February 28, 2022

  • Title 31 Maryland Insurance Administration
    Subtitle 10 Health Insurance General
    Subtitle 49 Pharmacy Services Administrative Organizations
    View the Proposed Regulation​ as it appeared in the Maryland Register December 17, 2021.
    Comments close January 18, 2022.
    Healthcare Distribution Alliance (HDA) Comments​ - January 18, 2022

  • Title 31 Maryland Insurance Administration
    Subtitle 5 Assets, Liabilities, Reserves, and Investments of Insurers
    Chapter 8 Credit for Reinsurance
    View the draft regulation: 31.05.08.24
    View the Proposed Regulation as it appeared in the Maryland Register April 9, 2021. Comments close May 10, 2021
    Lloyd's Comments - April 16, 2021

  • Title 31 Maryland Insurance Administration
    Subtitle 4 Insurers
    Chapter 23 Corporate Governance Annual Disclosure
    View the Draft Regulation: 31.04.23
    View the Proposed Regulation as it appeared in the Maryland Register January 17, 2010. Comments close February 18, 2020
Comments may be submitted electronically to insuranceregreview.mia@maryland.gov or by regular mail to:

Lisa Larson, Regulations Manager
Maryland Insurance Administration
200 St. Paul Place, Suite 2700
Baltimore, MD 21202
 
Comments also may be submitted by calling 410-468-2007 or by faxing to 410-468-2020.

Recently Finalized Regulations

 
​​The following regulations have been finalized in the previous six months: 

Regulatory Review

  ​In accordance with State Government Article §§ 10-130---10-139, Annotated Code of Maryland, each State agency that adopts regulations must review those regulations every eight years, unless exempt under §10-132.1. The purpose of the review is to determine whether the regulations are necessary for the public interest, continue to be supported by statutory authority and judicial opinion, or are appropriate for amendment or repeal.

When a regulation is under review, notice will appear below.
 
  • No regulations are under review at this time.
When an Evaluation Report is completed and open for comment, it will appear below. 
  • No Evaluation Reports are open for comment at this time. 

Also available are reports on previously evaluated regulations: 

Public Notices

 
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  • February 11, 2022: Long-Term Care Hearing View the infor​mation​ as posted on the MIA website.

 

Small Business Resources

 

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  • Title 31 Maryland Insurance Administration
    Subtitle 4 Insurers
    Chapter 23 Corporate Governance Annual Disclosure
    View the Draft Regulation: 31.03.06
    Comments close November 1, 2019
  • Title 31 Maryland Insurance Administration
    Subtitle 10 Health Insurance - General
    Chapter 21 Private Review Agents
    View the Draft Regulation: 31.10.21.02-1
    View the Uniform Treatment Plan Form
    Comments close October 7, 2019

SMALL BUSINESS COMPLIANCE GUIDES

The following Compliance Guides are provided in accordance with Section 10-110(d)(3)(ix) of the State Government Article of the Annotate Code of Maryland. The Compliance Guides may be updated, as necessary, from time to time to reflect changes in the proposed regulation(s).  The Compliance Guides are intended to provide a general explanation of the regulation as proposed, and is not intended as legal advice or as an amendment to any regulation.

View: Small Business Compliance Guide for Regulation 31.10.21.02-1  
View: ​Small Business Compliance Guide for Regulation 31.04.23

Contact Information

 
  • Questions concerning regulations may be directed to Lisa Larson, Regulations Manager at 410-468-2007 or lisa.larson@maryland.gov.
 
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