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  208.047.  Aid to dependent children in foster homes or child-care institutions, granted, when — maximum benefits. — 1.  Notwithstanding the provisions of section 208.040, aid to dependent children benefits may be granted to a dependent child:

  (1)  Who would meet the requirements of section 208.040, except for his or her removal from the home of a relative as a result of a judicial determination to the effect that continuation therein would be contrary to the welfare of such child;

  (2)  For whose placement and care the children's division is responsible;

  (3)  Who has been placed in a foster family home or nonprofit private child-care institution as a result of such determination; and

  (4)  Who (a) received aid to dependent children benefits in and for the month in which court proceedings leading to such determination were initiated; or (b) would have received aid in or for that month if application had been made therefor; or (c) in the case of a child who had been living with a relative specified in section 208.040 within six months prior to the month in which such proceedings were initiated, would have received aid in and for such month, if in such month he or she had been living with, and removed from the home of, such a relative and application had been made therefor.

  2.  Monthly aid to dependent children benefits on behalf of a child placed in a foster family home or nonprofit private child-care institution shall not exceed one hundred dollars for each child and in the event that federal aid to states for dependent children placed in a nonprofit private child-care institution is withdrawn, benefit payments under this section shall be terminated on behalf of a dependent child in a nonprofit private child-care institution.

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(L. 1963 p. 379 § 208.041, A.L. 1965 p. 355, A.L. 1969 H.B. 804, A.L. 2014 H.B. 1299 Revision)


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