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Oh and by the way the contract with MAA is for 292,6000$. Development costs by the attorneys branch, oops I mean the Executive Branch, are around 36,000$ for an approximate total of 328, 600$. That is still an appreciable amount whether or not it is still within the 10% limit. While a per cap may be taxable, it depends on what you spend it on. If you spend it on tax deductible items then it is not a problem. I think Congressman Supernaw's differing view ( not "spin" ) is that it is more efficient to give a per cap in times of limited funding. It also takes the Nation out of a paternalistic position of trying to micromanage what families do with the money.
Another glitch is that minors will not be issued a debit card. Their parents or guardians must pay up front and take the time and effort to fill out and send in the paperwork to be reimbursed. And then wait........
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