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FFYFederal Fiscal Year
FFYFuneral for You (band)
FFYFoundation for Youth (Columbus, IN)
FFYFriends For Youth
FFYFédération Française de Yoga (French: French Yoga Federation)
FFYFend for Yourself
FFYFalling for You (band)
FFYFortunately for You
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Moreover, the federal statute includes a "maintenance of effort" provision which prohibits states from reducing income eligibility levels in CHIP and Medicaid for children until FFY 2027.
Increases in the SFHL were correlated with significant increases in the SFBL and FFY. Significant positive relationships were found between the SFBL and SFD, SFS, RFD and FFY.
We report national trend data from FY 2000 to 2010 and state-specific data for FFY 2010, the most recent year of data fully available.
Under the new waiver program, up to ten new waiver projects may be approved in each of FFYs 2012 to 2014 for a total of 30.
For the full "FFY 2008 Annual Synar Reports: State Compliance," visit http://prevention.samhsa.
In the 2006 Federal fiscal year (FFY), child protective services nationwide estimated 3,573,000 CAN reports from families and child protective services.
Much less flashy is The Killers' dressing room which is decked out in white and greys, and Du ffy's which is far more girlie with a big pink chair covered in ribbons.
Quick Frozen Foods International thanks Food for Thought (FFY) as well as the Deutsches Tiefkuhlinstitut, the British Frozen Food Federation and the TNS Worldpanel for statistics provided within the European section of the the Global Frozen Foods Almanac.
(3)" The first edition of the CFFR was published in federal fiscal year (FFY) 1983.
The primary data source for this analysis is the SCHIP State annual reports for Federal fiscal years (FFY) 2000-2004 that States submitted to CMS.
At least 14 states--Alaska, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Wisconsin-will not have enough funds to provide health coverage to enrollees in the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) through federal fiscal year (FFY) 2007, which ends on September 30.