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PUBLIC LAW 98-000—MMMM. DD, 1984

98 STAT. 1326 Ante, p. 1155.

Ante, p. 1155.

Ante, p. 1156.

Ante, p. 1156.

Effective date. 26 USC 6103 note. Ante, p. 1325.

PUBLIC LAW 98-378—AUG. 16, 1984

(2) Section 6103(p)(3)(A) of such Code (as so amended) is further amended by striking out "or (10)" and inserting in lieu thereof "(10), or (11)". (3) Section 6103(p)(4) of such Code (as so amended) is further amended by striking out "or (10)" and inserting in lieu thereof "(10), or (11)". (4) Section 6103(p)(4)(F)(ii) of such Code (as so amended) is further amended by striking out "or (10)" and inserting in lieu thereof "(10), or (11)". (5) Section 7213(a)(2) of such Code (as so amended) is further amended by striking out "or (10)" and inserting in lieu thereof "(10), or (11)". (g) The amendments made by this section shall apply with respect to refunds payable under section 6402 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 after December 31, 1985. WISCONSIN CHILD SUPPORT INITIATIVE

Waiver. 42 USC 602 note. 42 USC 601, 651.

42 USC 607. 42 USC 606.

Public availability. 42 USC 601, 651.

Medical assistance eligibility. 42 USC 1396.

42 USC 601.

Reports.

Audit. Public availability.

SEC. 22. (a)(1) If the State of Wisconsin requests the Secretary of Health and Human Services to waive the requirements of parts A and D of title IV of the Social Security Act, or to waive the requirements of part D and only those requirements of part A of such Act as relate to the provision of aid to dependent children as defined (without regard to section 407) in section 406(a) of the Social Security Act (hereafter referred to in this section as "dependent children in single-parent families"), in order to permit the State to make an adequate test in any county or counties, or throughout the State, of its Child Support Initiative, the Secretary shall waive such requirements if— (A) the State provides a complete description, in accordance with paragraph (2), of the program, known as the Initiative, which it will operate in place of the programs under such parts A and D, and makes the description readily available to the public throughout the State; (B) the Governor provides assurances that, under the Initiative, assistance will be provided to all children in need of financial support, and the State will continue to operate an effective child support enforcement program; (C) the State agrees that, during the conduct of such test, it will continue to determine eligibility for medical assistance under the State plan approved under title XIX of the Social Security Act, applying the criteria (insofar as may be applicable to members of families with dependent children affected by the Initiative) in effect under its State plan approved under part A of title IV for the month preceding the month in which the Initiative (approved under this section) becomes effective, except that such criteria shall be deemed to have been changed to the extent necessary to comply with generally applicable changes in Federal law or regulations occurring after the date of the enactment of this Act; (D) the State specifies measurable performance objectives, submits an evaluation plan (including criteria for evaluating the Initiative), and agrees to submit interim and final evaluations and reports, at such time or times and containing such information, as the Secretary may require; and (E) the State agrees to obtain, at least once every two years, a financial and compliance audit of the funds received under this