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The provisions in this interim rule include elimination of the following provisions: required provision of written information on certain other assistance programs; State agency timeframes for action on local agency applications for participation in the WIC Program; annual evaluation of nutrition education and breastfeeding promotion efforts; and annual submission of a State Plan.