California Code, Penal Code - PEN § 6266

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The director may charge the inmate in a work furlough program reasonable fees, based on ability to pay for room, board, and so much of the costs of administration as are allocable to the inmate.  Fees may not exceed the actual, demonstrable costs to the department.  No fees shall be collected from an inmate after his or her tenure in a work furlough program is terminated.

Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no inmate shall be denied placement in a work furlough program on the basis of inability to pay fees authorized by this section.

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