targeted low-income child
(1) In general Subject to paragraph (2), the term “targeted low-income child” means a child— (A) who has been determined eligible by the State for child health assistance under the State plan; (B) (i) who is a low-income child, or (ii) is a child— (I) whose family income (as determined under the State child health plan) exceeds the medicaid applicable income level (as defined in paragraph (4)), but does not exceed 50 percentage points above the medicaid applicable income level; (II) whose family income (as so determined) does not exceed the medicaid applicable income level (as defined in paragraph (4) but determined as if “ June 1, 1997 ” were substituted for “ March 31, 1997 ”); or (III) who resides in a State that does not have a medicaid applicable income level (as defined in paragraph (4)); and (C) who is not found to be eligible for medical assistance under subchapter XIX or, subject to paragraph (5), covered under a group health plan or under health insurance coverage (as such terms are defined in section 300gg–91 of this title ).
42 USC § 1397jj(b)(1)
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