If, after providing notice and a reasonable opportunity for the State to show that
it has corrected any failure to substantially enforce, CMS finds that the failure
to substantially enforce has not been corrected, it will send the State a written
notice of its final determination. The notice includes the following:
(a) Identification of the PHS Act requirements that CMS is enforcing.
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