HB 784 - Aid to dependent children; cert assistance; prohibit denial

Georgia House of Representatives - 1995/1996 Sessions

HB 784 - Aid to dependent children; cert assistance; prohibit denial

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Code Sections - 49-4-118
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House Comm: C&Y / Senate Comm: / House Vote: Yeas Nays Senate Vote: Yeas Nays ---------------------------------------- House Action Senate ---------------------------------------- 2/17/95 Read 1st Time 2/20/95 Read 2nd Time ---------------------------------------- Code Sections amended:
HB 784 LC 11 8597 A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT 1- 1 To amend Article 5 of Chapter 4 of Title 49 of the Official 1- 2 Code of Georgia Annotated, the "Aid to Dependent Children 1- 3 Act," so as to prohibit the denial of assistance under the 1- 4 Act to families wherein the principal wage earner is 1- 5 employed 100 hours a month or more; to provide for waivers 1- 6 and effective dates; to repeal conflicting laws; and for 1- 7 other purposes. 1- 8 BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF GEORGIA: SECTION 1. 1- 9 Article 5 of Chapter 4 of Title 49 of the Official Code of 1-10 Georgia Annotated, the "Aid to Dependent Children Act," is 1-11 amended by adding after Code Section 49-4-117 a new Code 1-12 section to read as follows: 1-13 "49-4-118. (Index) 1-14 In a home in which both parents of a child are living, 1-15 assistance may not be denied solely upon the basis that 1-16 the principal wage earner in the home is employed 100 1-17 hours a month or more." SECTION 2. 1-18 No later than July 1, 1995, the Department of Human 1-19 Resources shall request from the appropriate federal 1-20 agencies any waivers necessary to implement Section 1 of 1-21 this Act. SECTION 3. 1-22 Section 1 of this Act shall become effective only if the 1-23 waivers required under Section 2 of this Act are obtained 1-24 and in that event shall become effective upon the ninetieth 1-25 day following receipt of such waivers. The remainder of 1-26 this Act shall become effective upon its approval by the 1-27 Governor or upon its becoming law without such approval. -1- (Index) LC 11 8597 SECTION 4. 2- 1 All laws and parts of laws in conflict with this Act are 2- 2 repealed. -2- (Index)

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