He pauses, then: "That's an expense Konoha can afford. If you or someone with similar magic is offering more than once: we'll likely restrict government aid to one per clan, and to a test case. A test case would likely be a Yamanaka with a well known mental profile, who can easily be tested for side effects and tampering. After that: I would prioritize people unlikely to destabilize the peace, with skills useful to the village, for any subsidized resurrection, but the ultimate call would be in the Hokage's hands."
He seems to be hesitating, then: "If you or those from your home are unwilling to resurrect potential assets - every clan lost children in the war, primarily under the leadership of the generation prior to mine, if 'twenty to thirty years' is recent enough."
He wouldn't even bother with government aid for any, but he's aware the Hokage paying for an Uchiha resurrection - especially one of Madara's brothers - would go a long way to stabilizing the peace, and that the office can't be seen to show favorites.
"Of course, it's a different situation for a one-off. Likely, in that case we'd favor whichever resurrection most enables peace."