Alaska Statutes.
Title 25. Marital and Domestic Relations
Chapter 23. Adoption
Section 190. Subsidy For Hard-to-Place Child.
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AS 25.23.190. Subsidy For Hard-to-Place Child.

A hard-to-place child in the permanent custody of the department in a foster home for not less than one year may not be denied the opportunity for a permanent home if the achievement of this depends on continued subsidy by the state.

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