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Chapter 18  |  Article 18 - 30  |  Section 2

1 - DEFINITIONS; LIMITATIONS OF CHA

2 - STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

2A - ADOPTION OF TEXTBOOKS, INSTRUC

2B - AREA VOCATIONAL PROGRAM

2C - HARASSMENT, INTIMIDATION OR BU

2D - COMMUNITY EDUCATION

2E - HIGH QUALITY EDUCATIONAL PROGR

2F - INCENTIVES AND RESULTS BASED S

2G - SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA IMPROVEME

2H - PUBLIC NOTICE AND PARTICIPATIO

2I - STAFF DEVELOPMENT COUNCILS

2J - PUBLIC AND HIGHER EDUCATION UN

2K - THE DIABETES CARE PLAN ACT

3 - STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS

4 - COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOL

5 - COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION

5A - LOCAL SCHOOL INVOLVEMENT

5B - SCHOOL INNOVATION ZONES ACT

5C - COMMITTEE REORGANIZATION AND C

5D - West Virginia Feed to Achieve

6 - DRIVER EDUCATION

7 - ADULT LITERACY EDUCATION PROGRA

7A - STATE TEACHERS RETIREMENT SYST

7B - TEACHERS' DEFINED CONTRIBUTION

7C - MERGER OF TEACHERS' DEFINED CO

7D - VOLUNTARY TRANSFER FROM TEACHE

8 - COMPULSORY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE

8A - ATTENDANCE OF HOMELESS CHILDRE

9 - SCHOOL FINANCES

9A - PUBLIC SCHOOL SUPPORT

9B - STATE BOARD OF SCHOOL FINANCE

9C - STATE AID FOR CONSTRUCTION

9D - SCHOOL BUILDING AUTHORITY

9E - AIR QUALITY IN NEW SCHOOLS ACT

9F - SCHOOL ACCESS SAFETY ACT

10 - FEDERAL AID AND GIFTS FOR EDU

10A - REHABILITATION SERVICES

10B - VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION FA

10C - THE SOUTHERN REGIONAL EDUCAT

10D - COMPACT FOR EDUCATION

10E - INTERSTATE COMPACT ON QUALIF

10F - DISABLED PERSONS AND PUBLIC

10F - INTERSTATE COMPACT ON EDUCAT

10G - PROVIDING OF FOOD SERVICE IN

10H - ALBERT YANNI PROGRAMS OF EXC

10I - WEST VIRGINIA SUPPORTED EMPL

10J - BLIND PERSONS' LITERACY RIGH

10K - WEST VIRGINIA TRAUMATIC BRAI

10L - RON YOST PERSONAL ASSISTANCE

10M - WEST VIRGINIA INDEPENDENT LI

10N - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACCES

10O - DISABILITY HISTORY WEEK

11 - WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY

11A - REVENUE BONDS FOR UNIVERSITY

11B - REVENUE BONDS FOR UNIVERSITY

11C - WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY HOS

11D - REVENUE BONDS FOR WEST VIRGI

11E - REVENUE BONDS FOR MARSHALL U

12 - STATE TEACHERS' COLLEGES

12A - REVENUE BONDS FOR MARSHALL U

12B - REVENUE BONDS FOR STATE INST

13 - West Virginia EDGE

13 - WEST VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE

14 - BLUEFIELD STATE COLLEGE

15 - WEST VIRGINIA INSTITUTE OF TE

16 - ANTIHAZING LAW

17 - WEST VIRGINIA SCHOOLS FOR THE

18 - WEST VIRGINIA SCHOOL FOR THE

19 - EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR

20 - EDUCATION OF EXCEPTIONAL CHIL

21 - SPECIAL COMMUNITY-BASED PILOT

21 - UNDERWOOD-SMITH TEACHER SCHOL

22 - HIGHER EDUCATION FULL-TIME FA

22A - EMINENT SCHOLARS ENDOWMENT T

22B - STATE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

22C - STATE AID FOR STUDENTS ATTEN

22D - HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENT ASS

22E - DISTINGUISHED PROFESSORS END

23 - ADDITIONAL POWERS, DUTIES AND

24 - FEES AND OTHER MONEY COLLECTE

25 - TAX DEFERRED INVESTMENTS FOR

26 - WEST VIRGINIA BOARD OF REGENT

26A - STATE AUTISM TRAINING CENTER

26B - CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE SALARY S

26C - INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC AFFAIRS

26D - INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL

27 - WEST VIRGINIA EDUCATION LOAN

28 - PRIVATE, PAROCHIAL OR CHURCH

29 - GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE

31 - RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AGRE

32 - SEVERABILITY

WVC 18- CHAPTER 18. EDUCATION.
WVC 18 - 30 - ARTICLE 30. WEST VIRGINIA COLLEGE PREPAID TUITION AND SAVINGS PROGRAM ACT.

WVC 18 - 30 - 1 §18-30-1. Title.
This article is known and cited as the "West Virginia College Prepaid Tuition and Savings Program Act."

WVC 18 - 30 - 2 §18-30-2. Legislative findings and purpose.
The Legislature hereby finds and determines that enhancing the accessibility and affordability of higher education for all citizens of West Virginia will promote a well-educated and financially secure population to the ultimate benefit of all citizens of West Virginia, and that assisting individuals and families in planning for future educational expenses by making the tax incentives in 26 U.S.C. §529 available to West Virginians are proper governmental functions and purposes of the state.

The Legislature also finds that continuation of the prepaid tuition plan and creation of a savings plan will further those governmental functions and purposes. It is, therefore, the legislative intent of this article to continue the prepaid tuition plan and to enhance the plan by authorizing the creation of a savings plan so that more students may attend eligible higher education institutions.

WVC 18 - 30 - 3 §18-30-3. Definitions.
For the purposes of this article, the following terms have the meanings ascribed to them, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise or as otherwise provided in 26 U.S.C. §529:

(a) "Account" means a prepaid tuition account or a savings plan account established in accordance with this article.

(b) "Account owner" means the individual, corporation, association, partnership, trust or other legal entity who enters into a prepaid tuition contract and is obligated to make payments in accordance with the prepaid tuition contract or who enters into a savings plan contract and invests money in a savings plan account.

(c) "Beneficiary" means the individual designated as a beneficiary at the time an account is established, the individual designated as the beneficiary when beneficiaries are changed, the individual entitled to receive distributions from an account, and any individual designated by the account owner, his or her agent or his or her estate in the event the beneficiary is unable or unwilling to receive distributions under the terms of the contract.

(d) "Board" means the board of trustees of the college prepaid tuition and savings program as provided in section four of this article.

(e) "Distribution" means any disbursement from an account in accordance with 26 U.S.C. §529.

(f) "Eligible educational institution" means an institution of higher education that qualifies under 26 U.S.C. §529 as an eligible educational institution.

(g) "Prepaid tuition account" means an account established by an account owner pursuant to this article in order for the beneficiary to apply distributions in accordance with the prepaid tuition plan.

(h) "Prepaid tuition contract" means a contract entered into by the board and an account owner establishing a prepaid tuition account.

(i) "Prepaid tuition plan" means the plan that contractually guarantees payment of tuition at a West Virginia public eligible educational institution.

(j) "Program" means the West Virginia college prepaid tuition and savings program established under this article.

(k) "Qualified higher education expenses" mean higher education expenses permitted under 26 U.S.C. §529 for enrollment or attendance of a beneficiary at an eligible educational institution.

(l) "Savings plan" means the plan that allows account distributions for qualified higher educational expenses.

(m) "Savings plan account" means an account established by an account owner pursuant to this article in order for the beneficiary to apply distributions toward qualified higher education expenses at eligible educational institutions.

(n) "Savings plan contract" means a contract entered into by the board or its agent, if any, and an account owner establishing a savings plan account.

(o) "Treasurer" means the West Virginia state treasurer.

(p) "Tuition" means the quarter, semester or term undergraduate charges imposed by an eligible educational institution and all mandatory fees required as a condition of enrollment by all students for full-time attendance.

WVC 18 - 30 - 4 §18-30-4. Creation of program; board; members; terms; compensation; proceedings generally.
(a) The West Virginia college prepaid tuition and savings program is continued. The program consists of a prepaid tuition plan and a savings plan.

(b) The board of the college prepaid tuition and savings program is continued and all powers, rights and responsibilities of the board of trustees of the prepaid tuition trust fund are vested in the board of the college prepaid tuition and savings program.

(c) The board consists of nine members and includes the following:

(1) The secretary of education and the arts, or his or her designee;

(2) The state treasurer, or his or her designee;

(3) Two representatives of the higher education policy commission, who may or may not be members of the higher education policy commission, appointed by the commission who serve as voting members of the board, one of whom shall represent the interests of the universities of West Virginia and the state colleges and one of whom shall represent the interests of community and technical colleges of West Virginia;

(4) Five other members, appointed by the governor, with knowledge, skill and experience in an academic, business or financial field, to be appointed as follows:

(A) Two private citizens not employed by, or an officer of, the state or any political subdivision of the state;

(B) One member representing the interests of private institutions of higher education located in this state appointed from one or more nominees of the West Virginia association of private colleges; and

(C) Two members representing the public.

(d) The public members and the member representing the interests of private institutions of higher education are appointed by the governor with the advice and consent of the Senate.

(e) Only state residents are eligible for appointment to the board.

(f) Members appointed by the governor serve a term of five years and are eligible for reappointment at the expiration of their terms. In the event of a vacancy among appointed members, the governor shall appoint a person representing the same interests to fill the unexpired term.

(g) Members of the board serve until the later of the expiration of the term for which the member was appointed or the appointment of a successor. Members of the board serve without compensation. The treasurer may pay all expenses, including travel expenses, actually incurred by board members in the conduct of their official duties. Expense payments are made from the college prepaid tuition and savings program administrative account, and are made at the same rate paid to state employees.

(h) The treasurer may provide support staff and office space for the board.

(i) The treasurer is the chairman and presiding officer of the board, and may appoint the employees the board considers advisable or necessary. A majority of the members of the board constitute a quorum for the transaction of the business of the board.

WVC 18 - 30 - 5 §18-30-5. Powers of the board.
In addition to the powers granted by any other provision of this article, the board has the powers necessary or appropriate to carry out the provisions and objectives of this article, other methods of financing post-secondary education as relate to the program, and the powers delegated by any other law of the state or any executive order of the state. The board may also:

(a) Adopt and amend bylaws;

(b) Sue and be sued;

(c) Execute contracts and other instruments for necessary goods and services, employ necessary personnel and engage the services of private consultants, actuaries, auditors, counsel, managers, trustees, and any other contractor or professional needed. Selection of these services is not subject to the provisions of article three, chapter five-a of this code;

(d) Operate a prepaid tuition plan in accordance with this article and 26 U.S.C. §529;

(e) Operate a savings plan in accordance with this article and 26 U.S.C. §529;

(f) Develop and impose any requirements, policies, procedures and guidelines to implement and manage the program;

(g) Impose reasonable requirements for residency for beneficiaries at the time of purchase of a prepaid tuition contract. However, nothing in this subdivision establishes residency requirements for matriculation at state eligible educational institutions;

(h) Assess, collect and expend administrative fees, charges and penalties;

(i) Authorize the assessment, collection and retention of fees and charges against the amounts paid into and the earnings on the trust funds by a financial institution, investment manager, fund manager, West Virginia investment management board, or other professional managing or investing the trust funds and accounts;

(j) Invest and reinvest any of the funds and accounts under the board's control with a financial institution, an investment manager, a fund manager, the West Virginia investment management board or other professional investing the funds and accounts. Investments made under this article shall be made in accordance with the provisions of article six-c, chapter forty-four of this code, the West Virginia uniform prudent investor act. No board member, nor any person, financial institution, investment manager, fund manager or the West Virginia investment management board to whom the board delegates any of its investment authority who acts within the standard of care set forth in this section is personally liable for losses suffered by the program on investments made pursuant to this article;

(k) Solicit and accept gifts, including bequests or other testamentary gifts made by will, trust or other disposition, grants, loans, aid, and property, real or personal of any nature and from any source, or to participate in any other way in any federal, state or local governmental programs in carrying out the purposes of this article. The board shall use the property received to effectuate the desires of the donor, and shall convert the property received into cash within ninety days of receipt;

(l) Propose legislative rules for promulgation in accordance with the provisions of article three-a, chapter twenty-nine-a of this code;

(m) Make all necessary and appropriate arrangements with eligible educational institutions in order to fulfill its obligations under the prepaid tuition contracts and the savings plan contracts; and

(n) Establish a direct-support organization which is a West Virginia corporation, not for profit, organized and operated to receive, hold, invest and administer property and make expenditures to or for the benefit of the purposes of this article, if the board determines a need for the organization exists. The board may authorize the direct-support organization to use program facilities and property, except money. The board may invest funds of the direct-support organization.

WVC 18 - 30 - 6 §18-30-6. West Virginia prepaid tuition trust.
(a) The "Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund" is continued within the accounts held by the State Treasurer for administration by the board.

(b) The Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund shall continue to receive all payments from account owners on behalf of beneficiaries of prepaid tuition contracts or from any other source, public or private. Earnings derived from the investment of moneys in the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund shall remain in the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund held in trust in the same manner as payments, except as refunded, applied for purposes of the beneficiaries, and applied for purposes of maintaining and administering the prepaid tuition plan.

(c) The corpus, assets and earnings of the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund do not constitute public funds of the state and are available solely for carrying out the purposes of this article. Any contract entered into by or any obligation of the board on behalf of and for the benefit of the Prepaid Tuition Plan does not constitute a debt of the state, but is solely an obligation of the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund. The state has no obligation to any designated beneficiary or any other person as a result of the Prepaid Tuition Plan. All amounts payable from the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund are limited to amounts available in the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund.

(d) Nothing in this article or in any prepaid tuition contract is a promise or guarantee of admission to, continued enrollment in, or graduation from an eligible educational institution.

(e) The requirements of the provisions of chapter thirty-two of this code do not apply to the sale of a prepaid tuition contract by the board, its employees and agents.

(f) The Prepaid Tuition Plan and the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund shall continue in existence until terminated by the Legislature as it determines or by the board upon determining that continued operation is infeasible. Upon termination of the plan and after payment of all fees, charges, expenses and penalties, the assets of the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund are paid to current account owners, to the extent possible, on a pro rata basis as their interests may appear, and any assets presumed abandoned are reported and remitted to the unclaimed property administrator in accordance with the Uniform Unclaimed Property Act in article eight, chapter thirty-six of this code. Any assets then remaining in the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund shall revert to the State General Revenue Fund.

(g) Effective March 8, 2003, the prepaid tuition plan is closed to new contracts until the Legislature authorizes the plan to reopen. Closing the plan to new contracts does not mean the Prepaid Tuition Plan is closed and does not affect any Prepaid Tuition Plan contracts in effect on March 8, 2003. All contract owners shall continue to pay any amounts due, including without limitation monthly installments, penalties and fees. Earnings derived from the investment of moneys in the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund shall continue to accrue to the fund until the fund is closed in accordance with this article.

(h) The board shall continue to have the actuarial soundness of the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund evaluated annually.

(i) (1) On or before December 1, 2003, and each year thereafter, the chairperson of the board shall submit to the Governor, the President of the Senate, the Speaker of the House of Delegates, Joint Committee on Government and Finance and the unclaimed property administrator a report certified by an actuary of the actuarial status of the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund at the end of the fiscal year immediately preceding the date of the report.

(2) The Prepaid Tuition Trust Escrow Fund is continued in the State Treasury to guarantee payment of Prepaid Tuition Plan contracts. The board shall invest the Prepaid Tuition Trust Escrow Fund in accordance with the provisions of this article in fixed income securities, and all earnings of the escrow fund shall accrue to the escrow fund and be available for expenditure in accordance with this section.

(3)

(A) On July 1, 2009, the unclaimed property administrator shall transfer the amount of $8 million from the Unclaimed Property Trust Fund to the Prepaid Tuition Trust Escrow Fund.

(B) On or before December 15 of each fiscal year and continuing until the actuary certifies there are sufficient funds to pay out all contracts, the unclaimed property administrator shall transfer the amount of $1 million from the Unclaimed Property Trust Fund to the Prepaid Tuition Trust Escrow Fund.

(4) In the event the money in the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund is insufficient to cover the amount of money needed to meet the current obligations of the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund, the board may withdraw from the Prepaid Tuition Trust Escrow Fund the amount of money needed to meet current obligations of the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund.

(5) Notwithstanding any provision of this code to the contrary, the Governor, after consultation with the Budget Office of the Department of Revenue, may request an appropriation to the board in the amount of the deficiency to meet the current obligations of the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund, in the budget presented to the next session of the Legislature for its consideration. The Legislature is not required to make any appropriation pursuant to this subsection, and the amount of the deficiency is not a debt or a liability of the state.

(6) As used in this section, "current obligations of the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund" means amounts required for the payment of contract distributions or other obligations of the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund, the maintenance of the fund, and operating expenses for the current fiscal year.

(7) Nothing in this subsection creates an obligation of state general revenue funds or requires any level of funding by the Legislature.

(8) After the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund has been closed and all moneys paid in accordance with this section, any moneys remaining in the Prepaid Tuition Trust Escrow Fund shall be transferred to the General Revenue Fund and the account closed.

(j) To fulfill the charitable and public purpose of this article, neither the earnings nor the corpus of the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund is subject to taxation by the state or any of its political subdivisions.

(k) Notwithstanding any provision of this code to the contrary, money in the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund is exempt from creditor process and not subject to attachment, garnishment or other process; is not available as security or collateral for any loan, or otherwise subject to alienation, sale, transfer, assignment, pledge, encumbrance or charge; and is not subject to seizure, taking, appropriation or application by any legal or equitable process or operation of law to pay any debt or liability of any account owner, beneficiary or successor in interest.

(l) The provisions of this section may not be construed to interfere with the operation of the savings plan authorized under this article.

WVC 18 - 30 - 7 §18-30-7. West Virginia savings plan trust.
(a) The board may establish a savings plan trust, and may establish a savings plan trust fund account, titled the "Savings Plan Trust Fund," within the accounts held by the treasurer or with a financial institution, an investment manager, a fund manager, the West Virginia investment management board or any other person for the purpose of managing and investing the trust fund. Assets of the savings plan trust are held in trust for account owners and beneficiaries.

(b) The savings plan trust fund shall receive all moneys from account owners on behalf of beneficiaries of savings plan contracts or from any other source, public or private. Earnings derived from the investment of the moneys in the college savings trust fund shall remain in the fund, held in trust in the same manner as contributions, except as refunded, applied for purposes of the beneficiaries, and applied for purposes of maintaining and administering the savings plan.

(c) The corpus, assets and earnings of the savings plan trust fund do not constitute public funds of the state and are available solely for carrying out the purposes of this article. Any contract entered into by or any obligation of the board on behalf of and for the benefit of the savings plan does not constitute a debt or obligation of the state, but is solely an obligation of the savings plan trust fund. The state has no obligation to any designated beneficiary or any other person as a result of the savings plan. All amounts payable from the savings plan trust fund are limited to amounts available in the fund.

(d) Nothing in this article or in any savings plan contract is a promise or guarantee that the distributions available for a beneficiary will cover the cost of qualified higher education expenses at an eligible educational institution, or as a promise or guarantee of admission to, continued enrollment in, or graduation from an eligible higher education institution.

(e) The requirements of the provisions of chapter thirty-two of this code do not apply to the sale of a savings plan contract by the board, its employees and agents.

(f) The savings plan and any savings plan trust fund shall continue in existence until terminated by the Legislature as it determines or by the board upon determining that continued operation is infeasible. Upon termination of the plan, the balances of savings plan accounts, less any distributions, refunds, fees, charges and penalties, are sent to account owners, to the extent possible, and any unclaimed assets in the program shall revert to the state in accordance with the uniform unclaimed property act in article eight, chapter thirty-six of this code.

(g) The state pledges to account owners and beneficiaries of the savings plans that the state will not limit or alter the rights under this article which are vested until the obligations are met and discharged. However, nothing in this subsection prohibits the Legislature from discontinuing or terminating a savings plan.

(h) In order to fulfill the charitable and public purposes of this article, neither the earnings nor the corpus of the savings plan trust fund is subject to taxation by the state or any of its political subdivisions.

(i) Notwithstanding any provision of this code to the contrary, money in the savings plan trust fund is exempt from creditor process and not subject to attachment, garnishment, or other process; is not available as security or collateral for any loan, or otherwise subject to alienation, sale, transfer, assignment, pledge, encumbrance or charge; and is not subject to seizure, taking, appropriation or application by any legal or equitable process or operation of law to pay any debt or liability of any account owner, beneficiary or successor in interest.

WVC 18 - 30 - 8 §18-30-8. College prepaid tuition and savings program administrative account.
There is hereby created a separate account within the state treasurer's office titled the "college prepaid tuition and savings program administrative account" for the purposes of implementing, operating and maintaining the trust funds and program created by this article. On the effective date of this section, all moneys in the prepaid tuition trust fund administrative account are hereby transferred to the college prepaid tuition and savings program administrative account.

The administrative account shall receive all fees, charges and penalties collected by the board. Expenditures from the fund are authorized from collections subject to appropriations made by the Legislature.

WVC 18 - 30 - 9 §18-30-9. Income tax deduction for purchasers.
As provided in section twelve-a, article twenty-one, chapter eleven of this code, any payment made under a prepaid tuition contract or other college savings plan administered by the board, pursuant to the provisions of this article, is eligible for a tax deduction.

WVC 18 - 30 - 10 §18-30-10. Reports and account; annual audit.
(a) In addition to any other requirements of this article, the board shall:

(1) Provide annually summary information on the financial condition of the prepaid tuition trust fund and statements on the savings plan accounts to the respective account owners;

(2) Prepare, or have prepared, a quarterly report on the status of the program, including the trust funds and the administrative account, and provide a copy of the report to the joint committee on government and finance and the legislative oversight commission on education accountability; and

(3) Prepare, or have prepared, an annual actuarial report of the prepaid tuition trust fund and transmit a copy of the report to the governor, the president of the Senate, the speaker of the House of Delegates and the legislative oversight commission on education accountability.

(b) All accounts of the board, including the trust funds, are subject to an annual external audit by an accounting firm, selected by the board, of which all members or partners assigned to head the audit are members of the American institute of certified public accountants. The audit shall comply with the requirements of section thirty-three, article two, chapter five-a of this code.

WVC 18 - 30 - 11 §18-30-11. Financial aid eligibility.
The calculations of a beneficiary's eligibility for state student financial aid for higher education may not include or consider the value of distributions available in a prepaid tuition account or the value of distributions available in a savings plan account.

WVC 18 - 30 - 12 §18-30-12. Confidentiality.
Any information that would tend to disclose the identity of a beneficiary, account owner or donor is exempt from the provisions of chapter twenty-nine-b of this code. Nothing in this section prohibits disclosure or publication of information in a statistical or other form which does not identify the individuals involved or provide personal information. Account owners are permitted access to their own personal information.

WVC 18 - 30 - 13 §18-30-13. Board of trustees; authorization of rules.
The legislative rules filed in the state register on the thirtieth day of September, one thousand nine hundred ninety-seven, modified by the board of trustees of the West Virginia prepaid tuition trust fund to meet the objections of the legislative oversight commission on education accountability and refiled in the state register on the thirtieth day of January, one thousand nine hundred ninety-eight, relating to the West Virginia prepaid tuition trust fund (rules for the West Virginia prepaid tuition trust fund), are authorized.

WVC 18 - 30 - 14 §18-30-14.
Repealed.

Acts, 1997 Reg. Sess., Ch. 80.

WVC 18 - 30 - 15 §18-30-15.
Repealed.

Acts, 1997 Reg. Sess., Ch. 80.

WVC 18 - 30 - 16 §18-30-16.
Repealed.

Acts, 1997 Reg. Sess., Ch. 80.

WVC 18 - 30 - 17 §18-30-17.
Repealed.

Acts, 1997 Reg. Sess., Ch. 80.

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