Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 87.djvu/992
PUBLIC LAW 93-233-.DEC. 31, 1973
(4) The provisions of subsection (a) shall not be construed to preclude the Secretary from making any modification in any regulation (described in subsection (a)) if such modification is technically necessarV to take account of the enactment of section 301 or 302 1/78.^*^*" ^'*^^' of ^^^ Social Security Amendments of 1972. 42 USC 1381 (c) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 553(d) of title 5, and note, 801 and ]Tj^ited States Code, an}^ regulation described in subsection (b) may Publications in becouie effective upon the date of its publication in the Federal Federal Register. 80 Stat. 383.
Rpo'ister '=' MEDICAL ELIGIBILITY FOR SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME RECIPIENTS
Beneficiaries SEC. 13. (a)(1) Section 1901 of the Social Security Act (as amended 86^str^\39o^' ^y Public Law 92-603) is amended by striking out "permanently and 42 USC 1396. totally disabled" and inserting "disabled" in lieu thereof. 79 Stat. 334.^ (2) Section 1902(a)(5) of such Act is amended by— 42 USC 1396a. ^,^^ Striking out "to administer the plan," and inserting in lieu thereof "to administer or to supervise the administration of the plan;" and by striking out "to supervise the administration of the plan" and inserting "to administer or to supervise the administration of the plan" in lieu thereof; and (B) striking out " X VI (insofar as it relates to the aged)" and 42 USC 1381. inserting " X VI (insofar as it relates to the aged) if the State is eligible to participate in the State plan program established under title X VI, or by the agency or agencies administering the supplemental security income program established under title 42 USC 601. X VI or the State plan approved under part A of title IV if the State is not eligible to participate in the State plan program established under title X VI " in lieu thereof. (3) Section 1902(a) (10) of such Act is amended to read as follows: "(10) provide— " (A) for making medical assistance available to all individuals receivpig aid or assistance under any plan of the State approved under title I, X, X IV. or X VI, or part A of 42 USC 301, title IV, or with respect to whom supplemental security 601.' ' ' income benefits are being paid under title X VI; " (B) that the medical assistance made available to any individual described in clause (A) — "(i) shall not be leps in amount, duration, or scope than the medical assistance made available to any other such individual, and "(ii) shall not be less in amount, duration, or scope than the medical assistance made available to individuals not described in clause (A); and " (C) if medical assistance is included for any group of individuals who are not described in clause (A) and who do not meet the income and resources requirements of the appropriate State plan, or the supplemental security income program under title X VI. as the case may be, as determined in accordance with standards jorescribed by the Secretary— "(i) for making medical assistance available to all individuals who would, except for income and resources, be eligible for aid or assistance under any such State plan or to have paid with resnect to them supplemental security income benefits under title X VI, and who have insufficient (as determined in accordance with comparable standards) income and resources to meet the costs of necessary medical and remedial care and services, and