24 CFR 1000.208 - What happens if an Indian tribe had two IHAs as of September 30, 1996?

§ 1000.208 What happens if an Indian tribe had two IHAs as of September 30, 1996?
Indian tribes which had established and were operating two IHAs as of September 30, 1996, under the 1937 Act shall be allowed to form and operate two TDHEs under NAHASDA. Nothing in this section shall affect the allocation of funds otherwise due to an Indian tribe under the formula.

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