Alaska Statutes.
Title 47. Welfare, Social Services and Institutions
Chapter 25. Public Assistance
Section 21. Conditions of Receipt of Benefits.
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AS 47.25.021. Conditions of Receipt of Benefits.

Benefits may be paid for the care of children of a low or moderate income family only if a parent or guardian, because of the day care, is freed to work or to seek work or to attend school. Benefits may not be paid for the care of children of a family where one parent or guardian is not working, actively seeking work, or attending school and is physically and mentally capable of caring for the children.

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