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Ch. 279                                    2006 LAWS OF MARYLAND (b) The surviving spouse of a State employee who died while employed by the
State may enroll and participate in the health insurance benefit options established
under the Program as long as the surviving spouse: (1)     is receiving an allowance under Title 29, Subtitle 2 of this article; or (2)     is the sole primary designated beneficiary and receiving a periodic
distribution of benefits under an optional retirement program under Title 30 of this
article. (c) The surviving minor child or dependent parent of a State Police officer who
died while employed by the State may enroll and participate in the health insurance
benefit options established under the Program as long as the child or parent is
receiving an allowance under Title 29, Subtitle 2 of this article. (D) THE SURVIVING MINOR CHILD OF A CORRECTIONAL OFFICER WHO AT THE
TIME OF DEATH WAR A MEMBER OF THE CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS' RETIREMENT
SYSTEM AND WHO DIED WHILE EMPLOYED BY THE STATE MAY ENROLL AND
PARTICIPATE IN THE HEALTH INSURANCE BENEFIT OPTIONS ESTABLISHED UNDER
THE PROGRAM AS LONG AS THE CHILD IS RECEIVING AN ALLOWANCE UNDER TITLE
29, SUBTITLE 2 OF THIS ARTICLE. 29-202. (a)     (1) When the Board of Trustees receives proof of death of an individual
who died while employed as a member, the Board of Trustees shall pay to the
designated beneficiary or, if there is no designated beneficiary, to the member's estate
the amounts specified in this subsection. (2)     Subject to paragraph (1) of this subsection, the Board of Trustees
shall pay the member's accumulated contributions. (3)     Subject to paragraph (1) of this subsection, the Board of Trustees
shall pay an amount equal to the member's annual earnable compensation at death if
the member dies in the course of the performance of duty or the member has at least
1 year of eligibility service. (b)     (1) A death benefit under this section may not be paid for the death of a
member of the State Police Retirement System if a special death benefit under §
29-204 of this subtitle is payable or has been paid for that death. (2) A DEATH BENEFIT UNDER THIS SECTION MAY NOT BE PAID FOR THE
DEATH OF A MEMBER OF THE CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS' RETIREMENT SYSTEM IF A
SPECIAL DEATH BENEFIT UNDER § 29-204.1 OF THIS SUBTITLE IS PAYABLE OR HAS
BEEN PAID FOR THAT DEATH. 29-204.1. (A) THIS SECTION APPLIES ONLY TO AN INDIVIDUAL WHO DIES WHILE
EMPLOYED AS A MEMBER OF THE CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS' RETIREMENT SYSTEM: (1) WITHOUT WILLFUL NEGLIGENCE BY THE MEMBER; AND - 1570 -


 
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