PUBLIC LAW 96-143—DEC. 13, 1979
93 STAT. 1077
for such programs, activities, grants, and contracts under such amended provisions, and the specific arrangements for the conduct of evaluations of such programs, activities, grants, and contracts pursuant to section 417 of the Act. 42 USC 5057. PROHIBITION OF USE OF FUNDS FOR CERTAIN POLITICAL OR LOBBYING ACTIVITIES
SEC. 8. (a) Section 408(a) of the Act is amended by— 42 USC 5043. (1) inserting in the first sentence "or the outcome of any election to any State or local public office," after "Federal office,"; and (2) inserting in the last sentence "(when referring to an election for Federal office)" before "has the same meaning" the first place it appears. (b) Section 4030?) of the Act is amended by— (1) inserting "(1)" after "(b)"; (2) redesignating clause (1), clause (2), and clause (3) as clause (A), clause (B), and clause (C), respectively; (3) designating the last sentence of such subsection as subsection (c); and (4) inserting after paragraph (1) (as so redesignated in clause (1) of this subsection), and before subsection (c) (as so designated in clause (3) of this subsection), the following new paragraph: "(2) No funds appropriated to carry out this Act shall be used by any program assisted under this Act in any activity for the purpose of influencing the passage or defeat of legislation or proposals by initiative petition, except— "(A) in any case in which a legislative body, a committee of a legislative body, or a member of a legislative body requests any volunteer in, or employee of, such a program to draft, review, or testify regarding measures or to make representations to such legislative body, committee, or member; or "(B) in connection with an authorization or appropriations measure directly affecting the operation of the program.'. SPECIAL LIMITATIONS
SEC. 9. Section 404(g) of the Act is amended by— 42 USC 5044. (1) inserting "(1)" after "(g)"; (2) inserting before the period at the end of such paragraph (as Minimum wage. so redesignated in clause (1) of this section) a comma and "except that this paragraph shall not apply in the case of such payments when the Director determines that the value of all such payments, adjusted to reflect the number of hours such volunteers are serving, is equivalent to or greater than the minimum wage then in effect under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (29 U.S.C. 201 et seq.) or the minimum wage, under the laws of the State where such volunteers are serving, whichever is the greater"; and (3) adding at the end the following new paragraph: "(2) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a person enrolled for full-time service as a volunteer under title I of this Act who was 42 USC 4951. otherwise entitled to receive assistance or services under any governmental program prior to such volunteer's enrollment shall not be denied such assistance or services because of such volunteer's failure or refusal to register for, seek, or accept employment or training during the period of such service.".