Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 108 Part 1.djvu/96

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108 STAT. 70 PUBLIC LAW 103-218—MAR. 9, 1994 (a) concerning the activities and information described in subparagraph (A). "(3) CONSULTATION WITH STATE PROGRAMS.—Before making a grant or entering into a contract under subsection (e)(20XB) to support the protection and advocacy services described in subsection (e)(20)(A) in a State, the Secretary shall solicit and consider the opinions of the lead agency in the State with respect to the terms of the grant or contract. "(4) CALCULATION OF EXPENDITURES. — "(A) IN GENERAL.— For each fiscal year, for each State receiving a grant under this section or section 103, the Secretary shall specify a minimum amount that the State shall use to provide protection and advocacy services. "(B) INITIAL YEARS OF GRANT.—Except as provided in subparagraph (C) or (D)— "(i) the Secretary shall calculate such minimum amount for a State based on the size of the grant, the needs of individuals with disabilities within the State, the population of the State, and the geographic size of the State; and "(ii) such minimum amount shall be not less than $40,000 and not more than $100,000. "(C) FOURTH YEAR OF SECOND EXTENSION GRANT.—I f a State receives a second extension grant under section 103(a)(2), the Secretary shall specify a minimum amount under subparagraph (A) for the fourth year (if any) of the grant period that shall equal 75 percent of the minimum amount specified for the State vmder such subparagraph for the third year of the second extension grant of the State. "(D) FIFTH YEAR OF SECOND EXTENSION GRANT.—If a State receives a second extension grant under section 103(a)(2), the Secretary shall specify a minimum amount under subparagraph (A) for the fifth year (if any) of the grant period that shall equal 50 percent of the minimum amount specified for the State under such subparagraph for the third year of the second extension grant of the State. "(E) PROHIBITION. —After the fifth year (if any) of the grant period, no Federal funds may be made available under this title by the State to a system described in subsection (e)(20) or an entity described in paragraph (1).". SEC. 103. EXTENSION GRANTS. Section 103 (29 U.S.C. 2213) is amended to read as follows: "SEC 103. EXTENSION GRANTS. "(a) EXTENSION GRANTS.— "(1) INITIAL EXTENSION GRANT.— The Secretary may award an initial extension grant, for a period of 2 years, to any State that meets the standards specified in subsection (b)(1). "(2) SECOND EXTENSION GRANT.— The Secretary may award a second extension grant, for a period of not more than 5 years, to any State that meets the standards specified in subsection (b)(2). "(b) STANDARDS.—