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     27B-1-18.1.   Intellectual disability defined. For purposes of §§ 10-62-1, 10-62-2, 13-32-13, 22-46-1, 26-7A-85, 27A-1-1, 27A-15-1.1, 27B-1-17, 27B-7-30, 27B-7-38, 27B-8-41, 28-6-23, 28-6-24, 28-6-25, 28-13-23, 34-24-16, 58-17-30.1, and 58-18-31 and any terminology changed pursuant to the provisions of those sections, "intellectual disability," or a variation of this term, means a condition previously referred to as "mental retardation," or a variation of this term, and has the same meaning with respect to programs, qualifications for programs, rights or responsibilities regarding persons with such a condition.

Source: SL 2013, ch 125, § 20.

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