In the aftermath of the NAIC vote rejecting the requests of the American Council of Life Insurers for industry-wide capital and reserve relief, individual companies have applied to their domiciliary regulators for relief. Some state insurance departments have used permitted practice rules to allow companies temporary relief. For example, the Iowa Department, in Bulletin 09-01, has adopted a modified practice of accounting for deferred taxes which has provided relief to at least ten companies. The Ohio Department has adopted three bulletins, 2009-02, 2009-03 and 2009-04, which provide relief through three different accounting practices. These changes reportedly will provide relief to 20 companies. Connecticut and Indiana have also provided relief to companies domiciled in their state. It is unclear what the impact will be if states approve different and potentially conflicting practices.