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e-CFR Data is current as of April 14, 2014

TITLE 45—Public Welfare

SUBTITLE A—DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

PART 91—NONDISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF AGE IN PROGRAMS OR ACTIVITIES RECEIVING FEDERAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FROM HHS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§91.1
What is the purpose of the Age Discrimination Act of 1975?
§91.2
What is the purpose of HHS' age discrimination regulations?
§91.3
To what programs or activities do these regulations apply?
§91.4
Definition of terms used in these regulations.
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Subpart B—STANDARDS FOR DETERMINING AGE DISCRIMINATION

§91.11
Rules against age discrimination.
§91.12
Definitions of normal operation and statutory objective.
§91.13
Exceptions to the rules against age discrimination: Normal operation or statutory objective of any program or activity.
§91.14
Exceptions to the rules against age discrimination: Reasonable factors other than age.
§91.15
Burden of proof.
§91.16
Affirmative action by recipient.
§91.17
Special benefits for children and the elderly.
§91.18
Age distinctions contained in HHS regulations.
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Subpart C—DUTIES OF HHS RECIPIENTS

§91.31
General responsibilities.
§91.32
Notice to subrecipients and beneficiaries.
§91.33
Assurance of compliance and recipient assessment of age distinctions.
§91.34
Information requirements.
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Subpart D—INVESTIGATION, CONCILIATION, AND ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURES

§91.41
Compliance reviews.
§91.42
Complaints.
§91.43
Mediation.
§91.44
Investigation.
§91.45
Prohibition against intimidation or retaliation.
§91.46
Compliance procedure.
§91.47
Hearings, decisions, post-termination proceedings.
§91.48
Remedial action by recipient.
§91.49
Alternate funds disbursal procedure.
§91.50
Exhaustion of administrative remedies.


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