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Jason Semler of Umbaugh reviews LIT options including the new .2% rate for correction and rehabilitation facilities. Can this new rate be spent on operations and services in correction and rehabilitation facilities? SBOA says yes. ... See moreSee less

Jason Semler of Umbaugh reviews LIT options including the new .2% rate for correction and rehabilitation facilities.  Can this new rate be spent on operations and services in correction and rehabilitation facilities?  SBOA says yes.

 

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