Arizona Revised Statutes Title 28. Transportation § 28-1304. Driving under the influence abatement fund

A. The driving under the influence abatement fund is established consisting of monies deposited pursuant to § 4-213, subsection J , § 5-396, subsection I , paragraph 2, § 5-397, subsection D , paragraph 3 and subsection F, paragraph 3, § 28-1382, subsection D , paragraph 3 and subsection E, paragraph 3, § 28-1383, subsection J , paragraph 2 and § 28-1465 .

B. The oversight council on driving or operating under the influence abatement established by § 28-1303 shall administer the fund.

C. Twenty-five per cent of the monies deposited in the fund shall be used for grants for innovative programs pursuant to § 28-1303, subsection H , paragraph 2 and seventy per cent of the monies deposited in the fund shall be used for grants to political subdivisions and tribal governments pursuant to § 28-1303, subsection H , paragraph 1.

D. Not more than five per cent of the monies deposited in the fund shall be used for both of the following:

1. Administrative purposes of the oversight council on driving or operating under the influence abatement.

2. Payment of the costs of notification prescribed by § 28-1467 .

E. Monies in the fund are:

1. Continuously appropriated.

2. Exempt from the provisions of § 35-190 relating to lapsing of appropriations.

F. On notice from the oversight council on driving or operating under the influence abatement, the state treasurer shall invest and divest monies in the fund as provided in § 35-313 , and monies earned from investments shall be credited to the fund.


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