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Title 42: Public Health
§430.38 Judicial review.
(a) Right to judicial review. Any State dissatisfied with the Administrator's final determination on approvability of plan material (§430.18) or compliance with Federal requirements (§430.35) has a right to judicial review.
(b) Petition for review. (1) The State must file a petition for review with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the circuit in which the State is located, within 60 days after it is notified of the determination.
(2) The clerk of the court will file a copy of the petition with the Administrator and the Administrator will file in the court the record of the proceedings on which the determination was based.
(c) Court action. (1) The court is bound by the Administrator's findings of fact if they are supported by substantial evidence.
(2) The court has jurisdiction to affirm the Administrator's decision, to set it aside in whole or in part, or, for good cause, to remand the case for additional evidence.
(d) Response to remand. (1) If the court remands the case, the Administrator may make new or modified findings of fact and may modify his or her previous determination.
(2) The Administrator will certify to the court the transcript and record of the further proceedings.
(e) Review by the Supreme Court. The judgment of the appeals court is subject to review by the U.S. Supreme Court upon certiorari or certification, as provided in 28 U.S.C. 1254.