(a) If a child uses any combination of the following providers paid by child care assistance, a parent must choose one primary provider and one secondary provider per child that can be paid by child care assistance:
(1) an individual or child care center licensed under chapter 245A;
(2) an individual or child care center or facility holding a valid child care license issued by another state or tribe; or
(3) a child care center exempt from licensing under section 245A.03.
(b) The amount of child care authorized with the secondary provider cannot exceed 20 hours per two-week service period, per child, and the amount of care paid to a child's secondary provider is limited under section 119B.13, subdivision 1. The total amount of child care authorized with both the primary and secondary provider cannot exceed the amount of child care allowed based on the parents' eligible activity schedule, the child's school schedule, and any other factors relevant to the family's child care needs.
NOTE: This section as added by Laws 2017, First Special Session chapter 6, article 7, section 16, is effective April 23, 2018. Laws 2017, First Special Session chapter 6, article 7, section 16, the effective date.
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