Use of moneys distributed to counties
Notwithstanding any other law, the governing body of a county may, after consulting with the presiding judge of the circuit court, use up to one-half of the moneys distributed to the county by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court from moneys appropriated to the Judicial Department for the purpose of operating law libraries or providing law library services, for the purpose of providing conciliation and mediation services in circuit courts. [2017 c.725 §19]
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