(1) It is required that the state plan and programs described in the state plan must
be in effect in each county of the state.
(2) It is not required that the programs funded under temporary assistance for needy
families be uniformly administered in each county of the state, provided that the
programs are administered in accordance with all requirements of the state plan and
federal law. The department may also administer demonstration programs pursuant to section 1115
of the Social Security Act, 42 U.S.C. 1315, or any other provision of that act that permits the states to administer experimental,
pilot, or demonstration projects.
(3) An enrolled member of an Indian tribe participating in a program that is funded,
at least in part, by temporary assistance for needy families must be subject to the
same rules, policies, and requirements as all other applicants for and recipients
of benefits funded by temporary assistance for needy families unless an exception
is expressly granted by federal law.
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