DTA Legal Notice(s)

Following is a list of legal notice(s), by date of publication, about proposed Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA) regulations. Access a link to view the corresponding legal notice and proposed regulations. All persons desiring to submit data, views, or arguments about proposed regulations may do so in writing by the date indicated on the notice. Refer to the legal notice for the mailing address for submitting comments, or submit them by e-mail at DTA.PolicyUnit@MassMail.State.MA.US The date published is the date the notice appeared in the newspaper and marks the beginning of the 21-day public-comment period.

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Notice(s) of Proposed Regulations

Published on June 17, 2016

Brief Description

The proposed amendments to 106 CMR 363: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Financial Eligibility Standards are generally intended to simplify language and make technical corrections and  not to change DTA’s current policies or eligibility rules.  USDA provides the regulatory requirements for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), but requires the states participating in the program to publish this information.

Legal Notice: 106 CMR 363.000 pdf format of DTA Legal Notice 106 CMR 363-6-17-2016 (PDF)
docx format of                             DTA Legal Notice 106 CMR 363-6-17-2016 (Word)
Proposed Regulations: 106 CMR 363.00 pdf format of DTA 106 CMR 363 Regulations-6-17-2016 (PDF)
doc format of                             Draft 106 CMR 363 Regulations-6-17-2016 (Word)

This legal notice for proposed changes to 106 CMR 363.000 is in effect from 6/17/2016 to 7/8/2016.
 


Published on June 17, 2016

Brief Description

The proposed amendments to 106 CMR 364: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Determining Household Eligibility and Benefit Level are generally intended to simplify language and make technical corrections and not to change DTA’s current policies or eligibility rules. The only substantive change advises that a $5 fee will be charged for replacement EBT cards. This has already been changed in subregulatory procedures.  USDA provides the regulatory requirements for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), but requires the states participating in the program to publish this information.

Legal Notice: 106 CMR 364.000 pdf format of DTA Legal Notice 106 CMR 364-6-17-2016 (PDF)
docx format of                             DTA Legal Notice 106 CMR 364-6-17-2016 (Word)
Proposed Regulations: 106 CMR 364.000 pdf format of Draft 106 CMR 364 Regulations-6-17-2016 (PDF)
doc format of                             Draft 106 CMR 364 Regulations-6-17-2016 (Word)

This legal notice for proposed changes to 106 CMR 364.000 is in effect from 6/17/2016 to 7/8/2016.
 


Published on June 3, 2016

Brief Description

The proposed amendments to 106 CMR 361: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, The Application Process are generally intended to simplify language and make technical corrections and  not to change DTA’s current policies or eligibility rules.  USDA provides the regulatory requirements for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), but requires the states participating in the program to publish this information.

Legal Notice: 106 CMR 361.000 pdf format of DTA Legal Notice 106 CMR 361-6-3-2016 (PDF)
docx format of                             DTA Legal Notice 106 CMR 361-6-3-2016 (Word)
Proposed Regulations: 106 CMR 361.000 pdf format of Draft 106 CMR 361 Regulations-6-3-2016 (PDF)
doc format of                             Draft 106 CMR 361 Regulations-6-3-2016 (Word)

This legal notice for proposed changes to 106 CMR 361.000 is in effect from 6/3/2016 to 6/24/2016.



Published on June 3, 2016

Brief Description

The proposed amendments to 106 CMR 362: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Nonfinancial Eligibility Standards are generally intended to simplify language and make technical corrections and not to change DTA’s current policies or eligibility rules.  USDA provides the regulatory requirements for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), but requires the states participating in the program to publish this information.

Legal Notice: 106 CMR 362.000 pdf format of DTA Legal Notice 106 CMR 362-6-3-2016 (PDF)
docx format of                             DTA Legal Notice 106 CMR 362-6-3-2016 (Word)
Proposed Regulations: 106 CMR 362.000 pdf format of Draft 106 CMR 362 Regulations-6-3-2016 (PDF)
doc format of                             Draft 106 CMR 362 Regulations-6-3-2016 (Word)

This legal notice for proposed changes to 106 CMR 362.000 is in effect from 6/3/2016 to 6/24/2016.


 



 


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