Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 104 Part 2.djvu/654

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104 STAT. 1388-246 PUBLIC LAW 101-508—NOV. 5, 1990 sibility is or will be working directly with children in the provision of child care, or admissions because of the religion of such individual. "(b) EFFECT ON STATE LAW. —Nothing in this subchapter shall be construed to supersede or modify any provision of a State constitution or State law that prohibits the expenditure of public funds in or by sectarian institutions, except that no provision of a State constitution or State law shall be construed to prohibit the expenditure in or by sectarian institutions of any Federal funds provided under this subchapter. 42 USC 9858m. "SEC. 6580. AMOUNTS RESERVED; ALLOTMENTS. "(a) AMOUNTS RESERVED.— "(1) TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS. — The Secretary shall reserve not to exceed one half of 1 perctent of the amount appropriated under this subchapter in each fiscal year for payments to Guam, American Samoa, the Virgin Islands of the United States, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands to be allotted in accordance with their respective needs. "(2) INDIANS TRIBES. — The Secretary shall reserve not more than 3 percent of the amount appropriated under section 658B in each fiscal year for payments to Indian tribes and tribal organizations with applications approved under subsection (c). "(b) STATE ALLOTMENT.— "(1) GENERAL RULE.—From the amounts appropriated under section 658B for each fiscal year remaining after reservations under subsection (a), the Secretary shall allot to each State an amount equal to the sum of— "(A) an amount that bears the same ratio to 50 percent of such remainder as the product of the young child factor of the State and the allotment percentage of the State bears to the sum of the corresponding products for all States; and "(B) an amount that bears the same ratio to 50 percent of such remainder as the product of the school lunch factor of the State and the allotment percentage of the State bears to the sum of the corresponding products for all States. "(2) YOUNG CHILD FACTOR. —The term 'young child factor' means the ratio of the number of children in the State under 5 years of age to the number of such children in all States as provided by the most recent annual estimates of population in the States by the Census Bureau of the Department of Commerce. "(3) SCHOOL LUNCH FACTOR. —The term 'school lunch factor' means the ratio of the number of children in the State who are receiving free or reduced price lunches under the school lunch program established under the National School Lunch Act (42 U.S.C. 1751 et seq.) to the number of such children in all the States as determined annually by the Department of Agriculture. " (4) ALLOTMENT PERCENTAGE.— "(A) IN GENERAL. —The allotment percentage for a State is determined by dividing the per capita income of all individuals in the United States, by the per capita income of all individuals in the State. "(B) LIMITATIONS.— If an allotment percentage determined under subparagraph (A)—