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PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

PUBLIC LAW 100-485—OCT. 13, 1988

102 STAT. 2387

in the 6th month notice, a statement of the reporting requirement under subparagraph (B)(ii), (ID a statement as to whether any premiums are required for such additional extended assistance, and (III) a description of other out-of-pocket expenses, benefits, reporting and payment procedures, and any pre-existing condition limitations, waiting periods, or other coverage limitations imposed under any alternative coverage options offered under paragraph (4)(D). The 6th month notice under this subparagraph shall describe the amount of any premium required of a particular family for each of the first 3 months of additional extended assistance under this subsection, "(ii) NOTICE DURING ADDITIONAL EXTENSION PERIOD OF REPORTING REQUIREMENTS AND PREMIUMS.—Each State,

during the 3rd month of any additional extended assistance furnished to a family under this subsection, shall notify the family of the reporting requirement under subparagraph (B)(ii) and a statement of the amount of any premium required for such extended assistance for the succeeding 3 months. "(B) REPORTING REQUIREMENTS.— "(i) DURING INITIAL EXTENSION PERIOD.—Each

State shall require (as a condition for additional extended assistance under this subsection) that a family receiving extended assistance under subsection (a) report to the State, not later than the 21st day of the 4th month in the period of extended assistance under subsection (a), on the family's gross monthly earnings and on the family's costs for such child care as is necessary for the employment of the caretaker relative in each of the first 3 months of that period. "(ii)

DURING ADDITIONAL EXTENSION PERIOD.—Each

State shall require that a family receiving extended assistance under this subsection report to the State, not later than the 21st day of the 1st month and of the 4th month in the period of additional extended assistance under this subsection, on the family's gross monthly earnings and on the family's costs for such child care as is necessary for the employment of the caretaker relative in each of the 3 preceding months. "(3) TERMINATION OF EXTENSION.—

"(A) IN GENERAL.—Subject to subparagraphs (B) and (C), extension of assistance during the 6-month period described in paragraph (1) to a family shall terminate (during the period) as follows: "(i) No DEPENDENT CHILD.—The extension shall terminate at the close of the first month in which the family ceases to include a child who is (or would if needy be) a dependent child under part A of title IV. "(ii) FAILURE TO PAY ANY PREMIUM.—If the family fails to pay any premium for a month under paragraph (5) by the 21st day of the following month, the extension shall terminate at the close of that following month, unless the family has established, to the satisfaction of the State, good cause for the failure to pay such premium on a timely basis.