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New York Consolidated Laws, Social Services Law - SOS § 32. Reciprocal agreements

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The department is authorized to enter into reciprocal agreements with corresponding state agencies of other states regarding interstate transportation of dependent and indigent persons, and to arrange with the propert   1 officials in this state for the acceptance, transfer and support of persons receiving public assistance and care in other states in accordance with the terms of such reciprocal agreements, but this state shall not nor shall any county or other political subdivision of this state be committed to the support of persons who are not, in the opinion of the department, entitled to public support by the laws of this state.  No agreement made pursuant to the provisions of this section shall become effective until the attorney-general has approved its form and sufficiency and determined its legal effect.

1  So in original.

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