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|Title: ||HB 2210 - Young Adults Age 18 and Older in SRS Custody|
|Other Titles: ||Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services Legislative Testimony (2009)|
SRS Legislative Testimony (2009)
House Bill 2210 - Young Adults Age 18 and Older in SRS Custody
|Authors: ||Kansas. Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services|
Kansas. Legislature. House of Representatives. Judiciary Committee.
|Issue Date: ||10-Feb-2009 |
|Description: ||"This bill would terminate jurisdiction when any child in need of care reached 18 or, if still in school, on the following June 1. Ending jurisdiction over the young adults who remain in custody after 18 will result in a savings of $1,532,318 SGF ($1,687,876 All Funds)."|
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