108 STAT. 604 PUBLIC LAW 103-239—MAY 4, 1994 (B) when the employer has terminated the employment of any regular employee or otherwise reduced the workforce of the employer with the intention of filling the vacancy so created with the student. (4) WORKPLACES. —Students participating in such programs shall be provided with adequate and safe equipment and safe and healthful workplaces in conformity with all health and safety requirements of Federal, State, and local law. (5) EFFECT ON OTHER LAWS.— Nothing in this Act shall be construed to modify or affect any Federal or State law prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, religion, color, ethnicity, national origin, gender, age, or disability, or to modify or affect any right to enforcement of this Act that may exist under other Federal laws, except as expressly provided by this Act. (6) PROHIBITION CONCERNING WAGES.— Funds appropriated under authority of this Act shall not be expended for wages of students or workplace mentors participating in such programs. (7) OTHER REQUIREMENTS.— The Secretaries shall establish such other requirements as the Secretaries may determine to be appropriate, in order to ensure that participants in programs under this Act are afforded adequate supervision by skilled adult workers, or to otherwise further the purposes of this Act. 20 USC 6232. SEC. 602. SANCTIONS. (a) TERMINATION OR SUSPENSION OF ASSISTANCE.— (1) IN GENERAL.— The Secretaries may terminate or suspend any financial assistance under this Act, in whole or in part, or not make payments under a grant awarded under this Act, if the Secretaries determine that a recipient has failed to meet any requirements of this Act, including— (A) reporting requirements under section 402(c); (B) regulations under this Act; or (C) requirements of an approved State plan. (2) NOTICE AND OPPORTUNITY FOR HEARING.—If the Secretaries terminate or suspend such financial assistance, or do not make such payments under paragraph (1), with respect to a recipient, then the Secretaries shall provide— (A) prompt notice to such recipient; and (B) the opportunity for a hearing to such recipient not later than 30 days after the date on which such notice is provided. (b) NONDELEGATION.— The Secretaries shall not delegate any of the functions or authority specified in this section, other than to an officer whose appointment is required to be made by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. 20 USC 6233. SEC 603. STATE AUTHORITY. Nothing in this Act shall be construed to negate or supersede the legal authority, under State law or other applicable law, of any State agency. State entity, or State public official over programs that are^ under the jurisdiction of the agency, entity, or official. Nothing in this Act shall be construed to interfere with the authority of such agency, entity, or official to enter into a contract under any provision of law.
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