In locations where the Department of Health and Human Services determines that a vending
facility may not be operated or should not continue to operate due to insufficient
revenues to support a blind vendor or due to the lack of qualified blind applicants,
the Department shall have the first opportunity to secure, by negotiation of a contract
with one or more licensed commercial vendors, coin-operated vending machines for the
location. Profits from coin-operated vending machines secured by the Department of Health
and Human Services shall be used by the Department for the support of programs that
enable blind and visually impaired people to live more independently, including medical,
rehabilitation, independent living, and educational services offered by the Division
of Services for the Blind.
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