Virginia State of Emergency - How You Benefit
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The information below was taken directly from the Commonwealth of Virginia's LIS law site. To make navigation a bit easier, we broke it into the titled sections.
The law incorporates a number of interesting sections, including how regions can and might work together and how reimbursements function. At a minimum, your elected officials need to know the specifics -- which they probably don't. Consider forwarding this link.
§ 44-146.29. Expired.
§ 44-146.29:1 Expired.
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