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36-108.01 - Department of health services funds; purposes; annual report
36-108.01. Department of health services funds; purposes; annual report
A. The health services lottery monies fund is established consisting of monies transferred pursuant to section 5-572, subsection C for teenage pregnancy prevention programs established by Laws 1995, chapter 190, sections 2 and 3, the health start program established by section 36-697 and the federal women, infants and children food program. The department shall administer the fund. Monies in the fund are continuously appropriated.
B. The intergovernmental agreements/interagency services agreements fund is established consisting of all monies received by the department through intergovernmental agreements, interagency services agreements and transfers between the department and other state and local entities. The department shall administer the fund. Monies in the fund are continuously appropriated.
C. The department shall report annually to the joint legislative budget committee on the revenues, expenditures and ending balances from the previous, current and subsequent fiscal years of the funds established in this section.