§11B-2-15a. PEIA Rainy Day Fund.
(a) There is hereby created in the State Treasury a special account, designated the PEIA Rainy Day Fund, which is an interest-bearing account administered by the Secretary of Revenue in accordance with the provisions of this section.
(b) The PEIA Rainy Day Fund may consist of moneys appropriated by the Legislature, income from investment of moneys held in the special revenue account, and all other sums available for deposit to the account, public or private. Any balance remaining in the special revenue account at the end of the fiscal year does not revert to the General Revenue Fund but remains in the special revenue account and may be used in a manner consistent with this article.
(c) The Secretary of Revenue, upon the written approval of the Governor, may transfer moneys from the PEIA Rainy Day Fund to the Public Employees Insurance Agency only to (1) reduce or prevent benefit cuts, (2) reduce premium increases, or (3) any combination thereof. The amount of moneys transferred may be included in the calculation of any plan year aggregate premium cost-sharing percentages between employers and employees.
(d) The Secretary of Revenue may contract with the West Virginia Investment Management Board, or the West Virginia Board of Treasury Investments, for any services with respect to fund investments which the secretary considers necessary.
(e) The Secretary of Revenue may promulgate legislative rules, and emergency rules as provided in §29A-3-15 of this code, as the secretary considers necessary to implement and administer the provisions of this section.