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A. To prevent multiple enrollment for services provided by the system, the administration shall work with the department of economic security to expand that department's finger imaging eligibility program to specific programs that are selected by the director of the administration and that provide services pursuant to this chapter.
B. By July 1, 2001, the administration shall make the following subject to finger imaging during the enrollment process:
1. All programs where enrollment and eligibility screening occur at a department of economic security facility.
2. Any program that provides members with pharmaceutical benefits.
3. Any other program selected by the director of the administration.
C. The director of the administration shall adopt rules to implement the requirements of subsections A and B of this section, including rules to exempt children, the elderly and any other group that the director determines would be unduly burdened by a finger imaging requirement.
D. Any pregnant woman who is eligible pursuant to section 36-2901, paragraph 6, subdivision (a) or who is receiving federal emergency services pursuant to section 36-2903.03 is not subject to finger imaging.