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Subpart 1.

Conditions for termination of child care assistance.


A county may terminate child care assistance for families already receiving assistance when the county receives: (1) a revised allocation from the child care fund that is smaller than the allocation stated in the notice sent to the county under part 3400.0030; and (2) such short notice of a change in its allocation that the county could not have absorbed the difference in the allocation. The county must consult with and obtain approval from the commissioner before terminating assistance under this subpart.


If the conditions described in this subpart occur, the county may terminate assistance to families in the order of last on, first off. When funds become available, counties must reinstate families that remain eligible for child care assistance and whose child care assistance was terminated due to insufficient funds before the county accepts new applications. Those families whose child care assistance was most recently terminated due to insufficient funds shall be reinstated first.

Subp. 2.

Conditions under which termination of child care assistance is required.

A county must terminate a family's child care assistance under the following conditions:


when the family asks the county to do so;


when the family is no longer eligible to receive child care assistance under this chapter and Minnesota Statutes, chapter 119B; or


when a member of the family has been disqualified from the child care assistance program.

Subp. 3.

[Repealed, 33 SR 695]

Subp. 4.

[Repealed, 33 SR 695]

Subp. 5.

Effective date of disqualification period.

The effective date of a disqualification period is the later of:


the date the family member was found guilty of wrongfully obtaining or attempting to obtain child care assistance by federal court, state court, or an administrative hearing determination or waiver, through a disqualification consent agreement, as part of an approved diversion plan under Minnesota Statutes, section 401.065, or as part of a court-ordered stay with probationary or other conditions; or


the effective date of the child care assistance program termination notice.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 119B.02; 119B.04; 119B.06; 256.01


26 SR 253; 33 SR 695

Published Electronically:

October 29, 2008

Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes