Keywords: BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, CIVIL SERVICE, CONSUMER CREDIT, CONVEYANCE TAX, COOPERATIVE HOUSING CORPORATIONS, CRIMES AND CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS, DEATH, DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION, DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL, DEPT. OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, DISCRIMINATION, DRUGS, ELECTIONS, EUTHANASIA, GUARDIANS AND TRUSTEES, HANSEN'S DISEASE, HEALTH, HEALTH INSURANCE, HOSPITALS, HUMAN SERVICES, INCOME TAX, INSURANCE, INSURANCE POLICIES AND CONTRACTS, JUDICIARY, LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, LEAVES OF ABSENCE, LIFE INSURANCE, LIQUOR, LIVING WILLS, MENTAL HEALTH, MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE, PERSONAL RECORDS, PROBATE LAW AND PRACTICE, PSYCHIATRISTS AND PSYCHOLOGISTS, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, REAL PROPERTY, REAL PROPERTY TAX, RECIPROCAL BENEFICIARIES
Report Title: Reciprocal Beneficiaries
Description: Redefines reciprocal beneficiaries to be persons who are not related by blood and who cannot marry. Gives couples who have established a reciprocal beneficiary relationship as provided by law most of the legal rights that accrue to married couples. Adoption of other parental rights are excluded.
1-27-99 H Introduced and passed First Reading
1-28-99 H Referred to the committees on JHA/CPC, and then
referred to the committee on FIN, referral sheet 5
1-19-00 H Carried over to 2000 Regular Session.