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The 2003 Florida Statutes

Title XXX
SOCIAL WELFARE
Chapter 409
SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE
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Section 409.8134, Florida Statutes 2003

409.8134  Program enrollment and expenditure ceilings.--

(1)  Except for the Medicaid program, a ceiling shall be placed on annual federal and state expenditures and on enrollment in the Florida Kidcare program as provided each year in the General Appropriations Act. The agency, in consultation with the Department of Health, may propose to increase the enrollment ceiling in accordance with chapter 216.

(2)  Except for the Medicaid program, whenever the Social Services Estimating Conference determines that there is presently, or will be by the end of the current fiscal year, insufficient funds to finance the current or projected enrollment in the Florida Kidcare program, all additional enrollment must cease and additional enrollment may not resume until sufficient funds are available to finance such enrollment.

(3)  The agencies that administer the Florida Kidcare program components shall collect and analyze the data needed to project Florida Kidcare program enrollment, including outreach impacts, participation rates, caseloads, utilization, and expenditures. The agencies shall report the caseload and expenditure trends to the Social Services Estimating Conference in accordance with chapter 216.

History.--ss. 37, 57, ch. 98-288; s. 3, ch. 2000-253; s. 22, ch. 2003-405.

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