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Insurance coverage for the treatment of substance abuse is required by Arkansas (§ 23-79-139), Colorado (§ 10-16-104.7), Delaware (Ins. § 3343(b)), Florida (§ 627.669), Hawaii (§ 431 M-4(b)), Kansas (§ 40-2,105), Louisiana (R.S. 22:1025), Maine (24-A, §2842), Maryland (§ 15-802), Mississippi (§ 83-9-27), Missouri (§ 376.811), Montana (§ 33-22-703), Nevada (§§ 689A.046, 689 C.166), New Jersey (§§ 17:48-6a, 17:48A-7a, 17:48E-34, 17B:26-2.1), New Mexico (§§ 59A-23-6; 59A-47-35), North Dakota (§26.1-36-08), Ohio (§ 3923:29), Oregon (§ 743A.168), Tennessee (§ 56-7-2601), Texas (Ins. § 1368), Utah (§ 31A-22-625 [mandating offer of coverage]), Vermont (8 § 4089b), Virginia (38.2 § 3412.1), and Wisconsin (§ 632.89).
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