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 Chapter 209 Disabilities Assistance, Aid to the Blind, and Rights of Persons with Visual, Hearing or Physical Disabilities ^!
209.010   Division to aid blind persons. (8/28/2014)
209.015   Blindness education, screening and treatment program fund — uses of fund — rulemaking. (8/28/2018)
209.020   Division may receive and expend donations and bequests. (8/28/2014)
209.030   Blind pensions, eligibility requirements — termination of payments for failure to submit to vision test — change of address, notice to department. (8/28/2018)
209.035   Proceeds from involuntary conversion, how treated — receipt defined. (8/28/1972)
209.040   Standard of vision, vision test required, exemption — amount of payments, effect of insufficient appropriations — medical assistance — supplemental appropriations, when. (8/28/2018)
209.050   Persons refusing work ineligible for pensions — names may be stricken from roll. (8/28/2014)
209.060   Application for pension — payment begins, when — misrepresentation, penalty. (8/28/2014)
209.070   Division to prepare suitable blank application forms. (8/28/2014)
209.080   Division to make regulations relative to examination of applicants for pensions. (8/28/2014)
209.090   Division to prepare roll of pensioners — to distribute pensions. (8/28/2014)
209.100   Division to keep blind pension roll. (8/28/2014)
209.110   Person aggrieved may appeal. (8/28/2014)
209.130   Rate of tax to be levied. (8/28/1959)
209.140   Persons violating provisions of law guilty of misdemeanor. (8/28/1939)
209.150   Rights of persons with disabilities — service dogs, no extra charge for — liability for actual damages. (8/28/2020)
209.152   Trainers of guide, hearing or service dogs, no extra charge for — liability for damages. (8/28/2013)
209.160   Discrimination or interference with persons having visual, hearing or physical disabilities, a misdemeanor. (8/28/1988)
209.162   Discrimination or interference with persons having visual, hearing or physical disability, an unlawful employment practice — complaints, filed by aggrieved persons. (8/28/1996)
209.170   October fifteenth to be white cane safety day, governor to note. (8/28/1977)
209.180   State and its political subdivisions and tax money recipients to employ visually handicapped on same terms as other employees, exception. (8/28/1977)
209.190   Housing accommodations, defined — discrimination against persons with visual, hearing or physical disabilities, prohibited — dogs, guide, hearing or service to have full access — liability for actual damages. (8/28/1988)
209.192   Definitions — blind literacy study — division of special education to make annual report. (8/28/1998)
209.200   Definitions. (8/28/2020)
209.202   Crime of causing substantial injury to or the death of a service dog, penalty — failure to control an animal that causes substantial injury to or the death of a service dog, penalty — harassment of a service dog, penalty — damages. (7/12/2005)
209.204   Impersonating a person with a disability for the purpose of receiving certain accommodations, penalty, civil liability — misrepresentation of dog as service dog, penalty, civil liability — misrepresentation of animal as assistance animal, penalty, civil liability — placard, brochure. (8/28/2020)
209.240   Amount of pension — need, how determined. (8/28/2014)
209.245   Financial assistance for obtaining hearing aids, program established — fund created — powers of commission. (8/28/2019)
209.251   Definitions. (8/28/2014)
209.253   Statewide dual-party relay system, establishment by PSC — advisory assistive technology council to administer — rulemaking authority. (8/28/2000)
209.255   Rate established to recover costs of programs — surcharge, limitations, collection — exemption from taxes. (8/28/2000)
209.257   Telephone company to deduct percentage to cover cost — percentage determined by PSC — money collected, deposit — use of deaf relay service fund. (8/28/1996)
209.258   Deaf relay service fund established, purpose — deposit — unexpended balance not to be transferred to general revenue — commission and advisory assistive technology council to request appropriations from fund for service delivery. (8/28/2000)
209.259   Review of surcharge and deduction percentage — recommendation procedures — surcharge adjusted when — excess funds, effective. (8/28/2000)
209.260   Telecommunications companies responsibility for quality of services, individuals with disabilities. (8/28/1996)
209.261   Definitions. (8/28/1993)
209.263   Person relaying conversation not to disclose contents, exception — order to disclose — privilege. (8/28/1993)
209.265   No disclosure of conversation without permission — penalty. (8/28/1995)
209.285   Definitions. (8/28/2008)
209.287   Board for certification of interpreters established — appointment, qualification, terms — expenses — meetings — chairman elected how — quorum — removal from office, procedure. (8/28/2018)
209.289   Coordinator to be hired, qualifications, salary and expenses. (8/28/1994)
209.292   Board's powers and duties — evaluation team to be appointed, qualifications, expenses — removal from team, procedure. (8/28/2002)
209.295   Rules and regulations, authority to promulgate, duties of commission. (8/28/1994)
209.297   Applications for certification, content, oath — fee not refundable — applicant to be given date for evaluation. (8/28/1994)
209.299   Evaluations to be held where and when — coordinator to notify applicants of score. (8/28/1994)
209.302   Eligibility for evaluation. (8/28/1994)
209.305   Evaluations, subjects to be covered — confidentiality of tests and records. (8/28/1994)
209.307   Conflict of interest for board or evaluation team, effect. (8/28/2018)
209.309   Provisional certificates issued when — limitation — requirements — extension granted when. (8/28/1994)
209.311   Fees, how established. (8/28/1994)
209.314   Grievances on evaluation, procedure. (8/28/1994)
209.317   Certificate may be suspended, denied or revoked — hearing procedure. (8/28/1994)
209.318   Fund for certification of interpreters established, purpose — lapse into general revenue when — first fiscal year, board's expenses, how paid. (8/28/2002)
209.319   State committee of interpreters to be established in division of professional registration, appointment, qualifications, terms, compensation — vacancies — quorum — meetings. (8/28/2002)
209.321   License required to practice interpreting — certain professions exempt — practice to be limited to training and education — not considered interpreting, when — out-of-state licensees, temporary interpreting permitted — provisional licensure, criteria. (8/28/2004)
209.322   Certificates recognized by the board. (8/28/2004)
209.323   License application forms, content, oath, fee not refundable, qualifications, licenses expire, when — reinstatement procedure — replacement of license lost or destroyed. (8/28/2004)
209.326   Temporary license issued to persons licensed in other states, procedure, fee limitation. (8/28/2002)
209.328   Ethical rules of conduct established by rules, duties of committee — other rules authorized. (8/28/1994)
209.331   Procedure to adopt rules. (8/28/1995)
209.332   State committee of interpreters fund established, purpose — transfer to general revenue, when — profession of interpreter not to be subject to taxation or licensing fees by municipalities. (8/28/1994)
209.334   Refusal to issue or renew license, grounds, complaint procedure — reinstatement procedure. (8/28/2020)
209.337   Violations, penalty — injunction granted when — venue. (8/28/1994)
209.339   Conversation between a hearing person and a deaf person, interpreter is deemed a conduit, confidentiality, exceptions. (8/28/1994)
209.600   Definitions. (8/28/2016)
209.605   Program created — ABLE board to administer, members, terms — powers — meetings — investment of funds. (8/28/2016)
209.610   Agreements, terms and conditions — contribution limits. (8/28/2021)
209.615   Deposit and investment of moneys. (8/28/2015)
209.620   Cancellation of participation agreement, penalty. (8/28/2015)
209.625   Assets exempt from taxation. (8/28/2019)
209.630   Assets used for ABLE program purposes only. (8/28/2016)
209.635   Rulemaking authority. (8/28/2015)
209.640   State treasurer's office, semiannual review. (8/28/2015)
209.645   ABLE account moneys not part of total state revenues. (8/28/2015)
 - Cross References
All license, permit and certificate applications shall contain the Social Security number of the applicant, 324.024
Assistance devices, lemon law, 407.950 to 407.970
Confidentiality of reports and records of commission for the deaf, violations, penalty, 161.409
Disciplinary proceedings against persons or entities licensed, certified or registered by the division of professional registration, time limitations to commence action, exceptions, 324.043
Driver's license, special notation for deaf or hard of hearing, department's duties, 302.174
Eligibility, payments from Agent Orange Fund not income in determining, 208.012
Feigning blindness for profit, penalty, 570.053
Hearing-impaired auxiliary aids and services, 476.750 to 476.766
Information furnished to commission for the deaf, no liability for person or organization, exception, 161.409
Information to be furnished by financial institutions on applicants or recipients of public assistance, 660.325 to 660.355
Readers for the blind, 178.160 to 178.180
Supplemental payments not to be reduced when recipient is receiving SSI, 208.030
Utilities, bills to be in Braille or bold-faced type on request of customers, effective when, 393.300
Vending facilities, state property, blind persons to operate, 8.700 to 8.745
Workers' compensation for occupational deafness, 287.197

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