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215 ILCS 106/35

    (215 ILCS 106/35)
    Sec. 35. Funding.
    (a) This Program is not an entitlement and shall not be construed to create an entitlement. Eligibility for the Program is subject to appropriation of funds by the State and federal governments.
    (b) Any requirement imposed under this Act and any implementation of this Act by the Department shall cease in the event (1) continued receipt of federal funds for implementation of this Act requires an amendment to this Act, or (2) federal funds for implementation of the Act are not otherwise available.
    (c) Payments under this Act shall be appropriated from the General Revenue Fund and other funds that are authorized to be used to reimburse or make medical payments for health care benefits under this Act or Title XXI of the Social Security Act.
    (d) Benefits under this Act shall be available only as long as the intergovernmental agreements made pursuant to Section 12-4.7 and Article XV of the Illinois Public Aid Code and entered into between the Department and the Cook County Board of Commissioners continue to exist.
(Source: P.A. 98-104, eff. 7-22-13.)