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[REPEALED] Allowance of Telephone Costs in the Food Stamp Program [22 VAC 40 ‑ 540]
 
Review 718
 
Periodic Review of this Chapter
Includes a Small Business Impact Review
Date Filed: 3/31/2001
Review Announcement
Pursuant to Executive Order Number Twenty-five (98), the Department of Social Services is currently reviewing the below listed regulations to determine if they should be terminated, amended, or retained in their current form. The review will be guided by the principles listed in Executive Order Number Twenty-five (98) and in the department’s Plan for Review of Existing Agency Regulations.

The department seeks public comment regarding the regulations’ interference in private enterprise and life, essential need of the regulations, less burdensome and intrusive alternatives to the regulations, specific and measurable goals that the regulations are/is intended to achieve, and whether the regulations are clearly written and easily understandable.

The regulation(s) are:

22 VAC 40-20-10 et seq., Food Stamp Program – Income Conversion Method.

22 VAC 40-540-10 et seq., Allowance of Telephone Cost in the Food Stamp Program.

VAC number, Title. Contact: Name, Title, Unit, Telephone Number, Fax Number.

Written comments may be submitted until March 17, 2002, in care of Celestine Jackson at Human Services Program Consultant, Division of Benefit Programs, Department of Social Services, 730 East Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia 23219-1849; by facsimile to 804.692.1704; or by e-mail to: cja2@dss.state.va.us.
Publication Information and Public Comment Period
Published in the Virginia Register on 2/25/2002
Comment Period begins on the publication date and ends on 3/17/2002

Comments Received: 0

Review Result
Retain the regulation with no changes
pdf TH-07 Periodic Review Report of Findings   (6/26/2002)
Attorney General Certification
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