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A. A county may elect to participate in the family counseling programs by resolution of the county’s board of supervisors. Such resolution shall be delivered to the supreme court on or before June 15. The supreme court shall then certify a list of counties which have elected to participate and shall inform those counties of the amounts of funding available to them.

B. The court shall certify that the amount expended by the county for purposes of determining matching funds has been utilized to supplement, not supplant, county or state funds that would otherwise be made available for family counseling services.

C. The court shall certify that the amount of aid provided by the state and county to a family counseling program pursuant to this article does not exceed seventy per cent of the program’s annual operating budget.

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