Subtitle 3: INCOME SUPPLEMENTATION HEADING: PL 1973, C. 790, §1 (AMD)
Part 1: ADMINISTRATION
Chapter 855: AID TO NEEDY PERSONS HEADING: PL 1973, C. 790, §2 (NEW)
Any person who is denied aid, or who is not satisfied with the amount of aid allotted
to him, or is aggrieved by a decision of the department made under this chapter, or
whose application is not acted upon with reasonable promptness, shall have the right
of appeal to the commissioner, who shall provide the appellant with reasonable notice
and opportunity for a fair hearing. Said commissioner or a member of the department
designated and authorized by him shall hear all evidence pertinent to the matter at
issue and render a decision thereon within a reasonable period after the date of the
hearing. Such hearing shall conform to the procedures detailed herein. Review of any
action or failure to act under this chapter shall be pursuant to Title 5, chapter
375, subchapter VII.
1977, c. 694, §368 (AMD)
Any action relative to the grant, denial, reduction, suspension or termination of
aid provided under this chapter must be communicated to the applicant or recipient
in writing and shall include the specific reason or reasons for such action and shall
state that the person affected has a right to a hearing.
1973, c. 790, §2 (NEW)
1973, c. 790, §2 (NEW).
1977, c. 594, (AMD).
1977, c. 694, §368 (AMD).
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