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[83 STAT. 742]
[83 STAT. 742]
PUBLIC LAW 91-000—MMMM. DD, 1969


PUBLIC LAW 91-173-DEC. 30, 1969

[83 STAT.

disability insurance system for January or February 1970 resulting from the enactment of this title, and (2) the amount of such increase is paid separately from the rest of the monthly benefit of such individual for January or February 1970. SEC. 1007. DISREGARDING OF INCOME OF OASDI RECIPIENTS IN DETERMINING NEED FOR PUBLIC ASSISTANCE. I n addition to the requirements imposed by law as a condition of approval of a State plan to provide aid or assistance in the form of money payments to individuals under title I, X, X IV, or X VI of the 120^1 "fasf° 1381 Social Security Act, there is hereby imposed the requirement (and the plan shall be deemed to require) that, in the case of any individual receiving aid or assistance for any month after March 1970 and before July 1970 who also receives in such month a monthly insurance benefit 42 USC 401under title II of such Act which is increased as a result of the enact4 29 ment of the other provisions of this title, the sum of the aid or assistance received by him for such month, plus the monthly insurance benefit received by him in such month (not including any part of such 42 USC 1206. benefit which is disregarded under section 1006), shall exceed the sum of the aid or assistance which would have been received by him for such month under such plan as in effect for March 1970, plus the monthly insurance benefit which would have been received by him in such month without regard to the other provisions of this title, by an amount equal to $4 or (if less) to such increase in his monthly insurance benefit under such title II (whether such excess is brought about by disregarding a portion of such monthly insurance benefit or otherwise). Approved December 30, 1969, 9:30 a.m.

Public Law 91-173 n K, n io«Q December 30, 1969

[S- 2917]

Federal Coal Sety^lcfor



To provide for the protection of the health and safety of persons worlcing in the coal mining industry of the United States, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Sttttes of America in Congress assembled. That this Act may be cited as the "Federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Act of 1969".


SEC. 2. Congress declares that— (a) the first priority and concern of all in the coal mining