The client's county shall pay to the state a portion of the cost of care provided in the Minnesota sex offender program to a client who has legally settled in that county. A county's payment must be made from the county's own sources of revenue and payments must equal ten percent of the cost of care, as determined by the commissioner, for each day or portion of a day, that the client spends at the facility. If payments received by the state under this chapter exceed 90 percent of the cost of care, the county is responsible for paying the state the remaining amount. The county is not entitled to reimbursement from the client, the client's estate, or from the client's relatives, except as provided in section 246B.07.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes