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PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

PUBLIC LAW 100-485—OCT. 13, 1988

102 STAT. 2359

gram (by that caretaker or child) so long as it continues and is consistent with such goals; "(ii) any other activities in which an individual described in clause (i) participates may not be permitted to interfere with the school or training described in that clause; "(iii) the costs of such school or training shall not constitute federally reimbursable expenses for purposes of section 403; and "(iv) the costs of day care, transportation, and other Day care. services which are necessary (as determined by the Transportation. State agency) for such attendance in accordance with section 402(g) are eligible for Federal reimbursement; '(G) that 'll) if an individual who is required by the provisions of this paragraph to participate in the program or who is so required by reason of the State's having exercised the option under subparagraph (D) fails without good cause to participate in the program or refuses without good cause to accept employment in which such individual is able to engage which is offered through the public employment offices of the State, or is otherwise offered by an employer if the offer of such employer is determined to be a bona fide offer of employment— "(I) the needs of such individual (whether or not section 407 applies) shall not be taken into account in making the determination with respect to his or her fgimily under paragraph (7) of this subsection, and if such individual is a parent or other caretaker relative, payments of aid for any dependent child in the family in the form of payments of the type described in section 406(b)(2) (which in such a case shall be without regard to clauses (A) through (D) thereof) will be made unless the State agency, after making reasonable efforts, is unable to locate an appropriate individual to whom such payments can be made; and "(II) if such individual is a member of a family which is eligible for aid to families with dependent children by reason of section 407, and his or her spouse is not participating in the program, the needs of such spouse shall also not be taken into account in making such determination; "(ii) any sanction described in clause (i) shall continue— "(I) in the case of the individual's first failure to comply, until the failure to comply ceases; "(II) in the case of the individual's second failure to comply, until the failure to comply ceases or 3 months (whichever is longer); and "(III) in the case of any subsequent failure to comply, until the failure to comply ceases or 6 months (whichever is longer); "(iii) the State will promptly remind any individual whose failure to comply has continued for 3 months, in