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98 STAT. 2480
Ante, p. 2450. Ante, p. 2450.
Ante, p. 2455. Ante, p. 2443. Ante, p. 2441. Ante, p. 2457. Ante, p. 2450.
PUBLIC LAW 98-524—OCT. 19, 1984
"(2) not to exceed 50 percent of the costs of administration of vocational education services and activities of eligible recipients; "(3)(A) 50 percent of the costs of vocational education services and activities under part A of title II for individuals described in clauses (1), (2), and (3) of section 201(b); "(B) 100 percent of the costs of vocational education programs, services, and activities under part A of title II for individuals described in clauses (4), (5), and (6) of section 201(b); "(4) 50 percent of the costs of vocational education improvement, innovation, and expansion programs under part B of title II; "(5) 100 percent of the costs of the State council under section 112; "(6) 100 percent of the costs to carry out the provisions of section 111(b)(3); and "(7) except as otherwise provided, 100 percent of the costs of programs under title III. "(b) The non-Federal contribution for the costs of vocational education programs, services, and activities for the handicapped and the disadvantaged under part A of title II shall be furnished equitably by the State from State and local sources, except that the nonFederal contributions of such costs shall be furnished by the State from State sources if the State board determines that an eligible recipient cannot reasonably be expected to provide such costs from local sources. "MAINTENANCE OF EFFORT
20 USC 2463. Ante, p. 2435.
"SEC. 503. (a) No payments shall be made under this Act for any fiscal year to a State unless the Secretary determines that the fiscal effort per student or the aggregate expenditures of such State for vocational education for the fiscal year preceding the fiscal year for which the determination is made, equaled or exceeded such effort or expenditures for vocational education for the second preceding fiscal year. "(b) The Secretary may waive the requirements of this section for one fiscal year only, upon making a determination that such waiver would be equitable due to exceptional or uncontrollable circumstances affecting the ability of the applicant to meet such requirements, such as a natural disaster or an unforeseen and precipitous decline in financial resources. No level of funding permitted under such a waiver may be used as the basis for computing the fiscal effort required under this section for years subsequent to the year covered by such waiver; such fiscal effort shall be computed on the basis of the level of funding which would, but for such waiver, have been required. "WITHHOLDING; JUDICIAL REVIEW
20 USC 2464. Ante, p. 2449.
"SEC. 504. (a) Whenever the Secretary, after reasonable notice and opportunity for hearing to the State board, finds that— "(1) the State plan approved under section 114 has been so changed that it no longer complies with the provisions of this Act; or "(2) in the administration of the State plan or of programs conducted pursuant to it there is a failure to comply substantially with any such provision,