Subd. 1a. MS 1998 Repealed, 1999 c 159 s 154
Subd. 2. MS 1996 Repealed, 1998 c 407 art 6 s 118
Subd. 3. MS 1996 Repealed, 1998 c 407 art 6 s 118
Subd. 4. MS 1996 Repealed, 1998 c 407 art 6 s 118
Subd. 5. MS 1997 SUPP Repealed, 1998 c 407 art 6 s 118
Subd. 6. MS 1997 SUPP Repealed, 1998 c 407 art 6 s 118
* NOTE: Subdivision 6 was also amended by Laws 1998, chapter *407, article 6, section 9, to read as follows:
* "Subd. 6. End of field trials. (a) Upon agreement *with the federal government, the field trials of the Minnesota *family investment plan will end June 30, 1998.
* (b) Families in the comparison group under subdivision 3, *paragraph (d), clause (i), receiving aid to families with *dependent children under sections 256.72 to 256.87, and STRIDE *services under section 256.736 will continue in those programs *until June 30, 1998. After June 30, 1998, families who cease *receiving assistance under the Minnesota family investment plan *and comparison group families who cease receiving assistance *under AFDC and STRIDE who are eligible for the Minnesota family *investment program-statewide (MFIP-S), medical assistance, *general assistance medical care, or the food stamp program shall *be placed with their consent on the programs for which they are *eligible.
* (c) Families who cease receiving assistance under the MFIP *and comparison families who cease receiving assistance under *AFDC and STRIDE who are ineligible for MFIP-S due to increased *income from employment, or increased child or spousal support or *a combination of employment income and child or spousal support, *shall be eligible for transition year child care under section *119B.05, and extended medical assistance under section *256B.0635. For the purpose of assistance for transition year *child care and determining receipt of extended medical *assistance, receipt of AFDC and MFIP shall be considered to be *the same as receipt of MFIP-S."
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