US (United States) Code. Title 21. Chapter 20: National Drug Control Program

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CHAPTER 20 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL PROGRAM

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SUBCHAPTER I - OFFICE OF NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL POLICY

Sec.

1501, 1502. Repealed.

1502a. Transferred.

1503 to 1505. Repealed.

1505a. Annual report on development and deployment of narcotics

detection technologies.

(a) Report requirement.

(b) Matters to be included.

1506 to 1508. Repealed.

1509. Establishment of Special Forfeiture Fund.

(a) In general.

(b) Deposits.

(c) Super surplus.

(d) Investment of Fund.

(e) President's budget.

(f) Funds provided supplemental.

SUBCHAPTER II - DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES

1521. Findings.

1522. Purposes.

1523. Definitions.

1524. Authorization of appropriations.

(a) In general.

(b) Administrative costs.

PART A - DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES SUPPORT PROGRAM

1531. Establishment of drug-free communities support program.

(a) Establishment.

(b) Program.

(c) Administration.

(d) Contracting.

1532. Program authorization.

(a) Grant eligibility.

(b) Grant amounts.

(c) Treatment of funds for coalitions representing

certain organizations.

(d) Priority in awarding grants.

1533. Information collection and dissemination with respect to

grant recipients.

(a) Coalition information.

(b) Data collection and dissemination.

1534. Technical assistance and training.

(a) In general.

(b) Training.

1535. Supplemental grants for coalition mentoring activities.

(a) Authority to make grants.

(b) Treatment with other grants.

(c) Application.

(d) Criteria.

(e) Use of grant funds.

(f) Renewal grants.

(g) Grant amounts.

(h) Fiscal year limitation on amount available for

grants.

(i) Priority in awarding initial grants.

PART B - ADVISORY COMMISSION

1541. Establishment of Advisory Commission.

(a) Establishment.

(b) Purpose.

1542. Duties.

(a) In general.

(b) Recommendations.

(c) Conflict of interest.

1543. Membership.

(a) In general.

(b) Chairperson.

(c) Ex officio members.

1544. Compensation.

(a) In general.

(b) Travel expenses.

1545. Terms of office.

(a) In general.

(b) Vacancies.

1546. Meetings.

(a) In general.

(b) Quorum.

1547. Staff.

1548. Termination.

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CHAPTER REFERRED TO IN OTHER SECTIONS

This chapter is referred to in title 22 section 2291.

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Sec. 1501, 1502. Repealed. Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1009,

Nov. 18, 1988, 102 Stat. 4188, as amended by Pub. L. 105-20,

Sec. 2(b), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 234

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Section 1501, Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1002, Nov. 18, 1988,

102 Stat. 4181, established Office of National Drug Control Policy

in Executive Office of President. See section 1702 of this title.

Section 1502, Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1003, Nov. 18, 1988,

102 Stat. 4182; Pub. L. 103-322, title IX, Sec. 90201, 90202,

90207, Sept. 13, 1994, 108 Stat. 1990, 1991, 1995, related to

appointment and duties of Director, Deputy Directors, and Associate

Director of Office of National Drug Control Policy. See section

1703 of this title.

EFFECTIVE DATE OF REPEAL

Repeal effective Sept. 30, 1997, see section 1009 of Pub. L.

100-690, as amended, which was formerly classified to section 1506

of this title.

SHORT TITLE OF 1997 AMENDMENT

Pub. L. 105-20, Sec. 1, June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 224, provided

that: ''This Act (enacting subchapter II of this chapter and

amending former sections 1504, 1506 to 1508 of this title, section

2291 of Title 22, Foreign Relations and Intercourse, and provisions

set out as notes under this section) may be cited as the 'Drug-Free

Communities Act of 1997'.''

SHORT TITLE

Section 1 of Pub. L. 100-690 provided that: ''This Act (see

Tables for classification) may be cited as the 'Anti-Drug Abuse Act

of 1988'.''

Section 1001 of Pub. L. 100-690 provided that: ''This subtitle

(subtitle A (Sec. 1001-1048) of title I of Pub. L. 100-690,

enacting this chapter, amending section 1115 of this title,

sections 5312, 5314, and 5315 of Title 5, Government Organization

and Employees, section 1105 of Title 31, Money and Finance, and

section 402 of Title 50, War and National Defense, repealing

sections 1103, 1111 to 1114, 1116, and 1201 to 1204 of this title,

enacting provisions set out as notes under sections 1201 and 1501

of this title, and repealing provisions set out as notes under

section 1201 of this title may be cited as the 'National Narcotics

Leadership Act of 1988'.''

REFERENCES TO SUBTITLE A OF PUB. L. 100-690

Pub. L. 105-20, Sec. 2(b), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 234, provided

that: ''Each reference in Federal law to subtitle A of the

Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988 (see section 1001 of Pub. L. 100-690,

set out above), with the exception of section 1001 of such

subtitle, in any provision of law that is in effect on the day

before the date of enactment of this Act (June 27, 1997) shall be

deemed to be a reference to chapter 1 of the National Narcotics

Leadership Act of 1988 (chapter 1 of subtitle A (Sec. 1002-1012) of

title I of Pub. L. 100-690, see Tables for classification) (as so

designated by this section).''

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Sec. 1502a. Transferred

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CODIFICATION

Section, Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1003A, as added Pub. L.

101-510, div. A, title X, Sec. 1011, Nov. 5, 1990, 104 Stat. 1633,

and amended, which related to the Counter-Drug Technology

Assessment Center, was renumbered section 1008 of Pub. L. 100-690

by Pub. L. 103-322, title IX, Sec. 90204(c)(2), (3), Sept. 13,

1994, 108 Stat. 1994, and transferred to former section 1505 of

this title.

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Sec. 1503 to 1505. Repealed. Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1009,

Nov. 18, 1988, 102 Stat. 4188, as amended by Pub. L. 105-20,

Sec. 2(b), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 234

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Section 1503, Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1004, Nov. 18, 1988,

102 Stat. 4184, related to coordination between Office of National

Drug Control Policy and executive branch departments and agencies.

See section 1704 of this title.

Section 1504, Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1005, Nov. 18, 1988,

102 Stat. 4185; Pub. L. 103-322, title IX, Sec. 90203, Sept. 13,

1994, 108 Stat. 1991; Pub. L. 105-20, Sec. 2(b), June 27, 1997, 111

Stat. 234, related to annual development and submission of National

Drug Control Strategy by President to Congress. See section 1705 of

this title.

Section 1505, Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1008, formerly Sec.

1003A, as added Pub. L. 101-510, div. A, title X, Sec. 1011, Nov.

5, 1990, 104 Stat. 1633; renumbered Sec. 1008 and amended Pub. L.

103-322, title IX, Sec. 90204(a), (b), (c)(2), (3), Sept. 13, 1994,

108 Stat. 1993, 1994, established Counter-Drug Technology

Assessment Center within Office of National Drug Control Policy.

See section 1707 of this title.

A prior section 1505, Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1008, Nov.

18, 1988, 102 Stat. 4188, provided for an executive reorganization

study and report to Congress and the President no later than Jan.

15, 1990, prior to repeal by Pub. L. 103-322, Sec. 90204(c)(1).

EFFECTIVE DATE OF REPEAL

Repeal effective Sept. 30, 1997, see section 1009 of Pub. L.

100-690, as amended, which was formerly classified to section 1506

of this title.

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Sec. 1505a. Annual report on development and deployment of

narcotics detection technologies

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(a) Report requirement

Not later than December 1st of each year, the Director of the

Office of National Drug Control Policy shall submit to Congress and

the President a report on the development and deployment of

narcotics detection technologies by Federal agencies. Each such

report shall be prepared in consultation with the Secretary of

Defense, the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Homeland

Security, and the Secretary of the Treasury.

(b) Matters to be included

Each report under subsection (a) of this section shall include -

(1) a description of each project implemented by a Federal

agency relating to the development or deployment of narcotics

detection technology;

(2) the agency responsible for each project described in

paragraph (1);

(3) the amount of funds obligated or expended to carry out each

project described in paragraph (1) during the fiscal year in

which the report is submitted or during any fiscal year preceding

the fiscal year in which the report is submitted;

(4) the amount of funds estimated to be obligated or expended

for each project described in paragraph (1) during any fiscal

year after the fiscal year in which the report is submitted to

Congress; and

(5) a detailed timeline for implementation of each project

described in paragraph (1).

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(Pub. L. 105-85, div. A, title X, Sec. 1034, Nov. 18, 1997, 111

Stat. 1884; Pub. L. 107-296, title XVII, Sec. 1704(e)(10), Nov. 25,

2002, 116 Stat. 2315.)

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CODIFICATION

Section was enacted as part of the National Defense Authorization

Act for Fiscal Year 1998, and not as part of the National Narcotics

Leadership Act of 1988 which comprises this chapter.

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AMENDMENTS

2002 - Subsec. (a). Pub. L. 107-296 substituted ''of Homeland

Security'' for ''of Transportation''.

EFFECTIVE DATE OF 2002 AMENDMENT

Amendment by Pub. L. 107-296 effective on the date of transfer of

the Coast Guard to the Department of Homeland Security, see section

1704(g) of Pub. L. 107-296, set out as a note under section 101 of

Title 10, Armed Forces.

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Sec. 1506 to 1508. Repealed. Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1009,

Nov. 18, 1988, 102 Stat. 4188, as amended by Pub. L. 105-20,

Sec. 2(b), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 234

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Section 1506, Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1009, Nov. 18, 1988,

102 Stat. 4188; Pub. L. 103-322, title IX, Sec. 90208(a), Sept. 13,

1994, 108 Stat. 1995; Pub. L. 105-20, Sec. 2(b), June 27, 1997, 111

Stat. 234, repealed this subchapter, and the amendments made by

this subchapter, except for section 1007, effective Sept. 30, 1997.

Section 1507, Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1010, Nov. 18, 1988,

102 Stat. 4188; Pub. L. 105-20, Sec. 2(b), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat.

234, defined terms for purposes of this subchapter. See section

1701 of this title.

Section 1508, Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1011, Nov. 18, 1988,

102 Stat. 4189; Pub. L. 103-322, title IX, Sec. 90206, Sept. 13,

1994, 108 Stat. 1995; Pub. L. 105-20, Sec. 2(b), June 27, 1997, 111

Stat. 234, authorized appropriations to carry out this subchapter.

See section 1711 of this title.

EFFECTIVE DATE OF REPEAL

Repeal effective Sept. 30, 1997, see section 1009 of Pub. L.

100-690, as amended, which was formerly classified to section 1506

of this title.

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Sec. 1509. Establishment of Special Forfeiture Fund

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(a) In general

There is established in the Treasury of the United States the

Special Forfeiture Fund (hereafter referred to in this section as

the ''Fund'') which shall be available to the Director of the

National Drug Control Policy without fiscal year limitation in such

amounts as may be specified in appropriations Acts.

(b) Deposits

There shall be deposited into the Fund the amounts specified by

section 524(c)(8) of title 28 and section 9703(g) (FOOTNOTE 1) of

title 31 and any earnings on the investments authorized by

subsection (d) of this section.

(FOOTNOTE 1) See References in Text note below.

(c) Super surplus

(1) Any unobligated balance up to $20,000,000 remaining in the

Fund on September 30 of a fiscal year shall be available to the

Director, subject to paragraph (2), to transfer to, and for

obligation and expenditure in connection with drug control

activities of, any Federal agency or State or local entity with

responsibilities under the National Drug Control Strategy.

(2) A transfer may be made under paragraph (1) only with the

advance written approval of the Committees on Appropriations of

each House of Congress.

(d) Investment of Fund

Amounts in the Fund which are not currently needed for the

purposes of this section shall be kept on deposit or invested in

obligations of, or guaranteed by, the United States and all

earnings on such investments shall be deposited in the Fund.

(e) President's budget

The President shall, in consultation with the Director for

National Drug Control Policy, include, as part of the budget

submitted to the Congress under section 1105(a) of title 31, a

separate and detailed request for the use of the amounts in the

Fund. This request shall reflect the priorities of the National

Drug Control Strategy.

(f) Funds provided supplemental

Funds disbursed under this subsection (FOOTNOTE 2) shall not be

used to supplant existing funds, but shall be used to supplement

the amount of funds that would be otherwise available.

(FOOTNOTE 2) So in original. Probably should be ''section''.

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(Pub. L. 100-690, title VI, Sec. 6073, Nov. 18, 1988, 102 Stat.

4323; Pub. L. 101-647, title XX, Sec. 2001(b), Nov. 29, 1990, 104

Stat. 4854; Pub. L. 102-393, title VI, Sec. 638(c), Oct. 6, 1992,

106 Stat. 1788; Pub. L. 103-322, title IX, Sec. 90205(a), (d),

Sept. 13, 1994, 108 Stat. 1994, 1995; Pub. L. 105-277, div. C,

title VII, Sec. 712, Oct. 21, 1998, 112 Stat. 2681-692.)

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AMENDMENT OF SECTION

For repeal of amendment by Pub. L. 105-277, see Termination

Date of 1998 Amendment note below.

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REFERENCES IN TEXT

Section 9703(g) of title 31, referred to in subsec. (b), probably

means the section 9703 of title 31 added by section 638(b)(1) of

Pub. L. 102-393.

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CODIFICATION

Subsec. (g) of this section, which required the President to

submit to both Houses of Congress, no later than 4 months after the

end of each fiscal year, a detailed report on amounts deposited in

the Fund and a description of expenditures, terminated, effective

May 15, 2000, pursuant to section 3003 of Pub. L. 104-66, as

amended, set out as a note under section 1113 of Title 31, Money

and Finance. See, also, page 18 of House Document No. 103-7.

Section was enacted as part of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988

and as part of the Asset Forfeiture Amendments Act of 1988, and not

as part of the National Narcotics Leadership Act of 1988 which

comprises this chapter.

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AMENDMENTS

1998 - Subsec. (b). Pub. L. 105-277, Sec. 712(1), temporarily

substituted ''section 524(c)(8)'' for ''section 524(c)(9)'' and

''section 9703(g)'' for ''section 9307(g)''. See Termination Date

of 1998 Amendment note below.

Subsec. (e). Pub. L. 105-277, Sec. 712(2), temporarily

substituted ''Strategy'' for ''strategy''. See Termination Date of

1998 Amendment note below.

1994 - Subsec. (b). Pub. L. 103-322, Sec. 90205(a), which

directed that this section be amended to read as follows, was

executed by amending subsec. (b) of this section generally, to

reflect the probable intent of Congress. Prior to amendment,

subsec. (b) read as follows: ''There may be transferred to and

deposited into the Special Forfeiture Fund, amounts from -

''(1) the Department of Justice Assets Forfeiture Fund pursuant

to section 524(c)(9) of title 28; and

''(2) the Department of the Treasury Forfeiture Fund pursuant

to section 9703(g)(3)(A) of title 31.''

Subsecs. (c) to (g). Pub. L. 103-322, Sec. 90205(d), added

subsec. (c) and redesignated former subsecs. (c) to (f) as (d) to

(g), respectively.

1992 - Subsec. (b). Pub. L. 102-393 amended subsec. (b)

generally. Prior to amendment, subsec. (b) read as follows:

''Deposits in the Fund shall be made by transfer from the

Department of Justice Assets Forfeiture Fund in the manner provided

in section 524(c)(9) of title 28.''

1990 - Subsec. (b). Pub. L. 101-647 amended subsec. (b)

generally. Prior to amendment, subsec. (b) read as follows:

''Beginning in fiscal year 1990, there shall be deposited in the

Fund not to exceed $150,000,000 in unobligated amounts remaining at

the end of each fiscal year from the Department of Justice Assets

Forfeiture Fund (28 U.S.C. 524(c)) except that amounts specified in

section 524(c)(9) of title 28 may be carried forward and remain

available for appropriation in the next fiscal year.''

TERMINATION DATE OF 1998 AMENDMENT

Amendment by Pub. L. 105-277 repealed effective Sept. 30, 2003,

see section 715 of Pub. L. 105-277, which is classified to section

1712 of this title.

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SECTION REFERRED TO IN OTHER SECTIONS

This section is referred to in title 28 section 524; title 31

section 9703.

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Sec. 1521. Findings

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Congress finds the following:

(1) Substance abuse among youth has more than doubled in the

5-year period preceding 1996, with substantial increases in the

use of marijuana, inhalants, cocaine, methamphetamine, LSD, and

heroin.

(2) The most dramatic increases in substance abuse has occurred

among 13- and 14-year-olds.

(3) Casual or periodic substance abuse by youth today will

contribute to hard core or chronic substance abuse by the next

generation of adults.

(4) Substance abuse is at the core of other problems, such as

rising violent teenage and violent gang crime, increasing health

care costs, HIV infections, teenage pregnancy, high school

dropouts, and lower economic productivity.

(5) Increases in substance abuse among youth are due in large

part to an erosion of understanding by youth of the high risks

associated with substance abuse, and to the softening of peer

norms against use.

(6)(A) Substance abuse is a preventable behavior and a

treatable disease; and

(B)(i) during the 13-year period beginning with 1979, monthly

use of illegal drugs among youth 12 to 17 years of age declined

by over 70 percent; and

(ii) data suggests that if parents would simply talk to their

children regularly about the dangers of substance abuse, use

among youth could be expected to decline by as much as 30

percent.

(7) Community anti-drug coalitions throughout the United States

are successfully developing and implementing comprehensive,

long-term strategies to reduce substance abuse among youth on a

sustained basis.

(8) Intergovernmental cooperation and coordination through

national, State, and local or tribal leadership and partnerships

are critical to facilitate the reduction of substance abuse among

youth in communities throughout the United States.

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(Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1021, as added Pub. L. 105-20, Sec.

2(a)(2), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 224.)

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FIVE-YEAR EXTENSION OF DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES SUPPORT PROGRAM

Pub. L. 107-82, Sec. 1(a), Dec. 14, 2001, 115 Stat. 814, provided

that: ''Congress makes the following findings:

''(1) In the next 15 years, the youth population in the United

States will grow by 21 percent, adding 6,500,000 youth to the

population of the United States. Even if drug use rates remain

constant, there will be a huge surge in drug-related problems,

such as academic failure, drug-related violence, and HIV

incidence, simply due to this population increase.

''(2) According to the 1994-1996 National Household Survey, 60

percent of students age 12 to 17 who frequently cut classes and

who reported delinquent behavior in the past 6 months used

marijuana 52 days or more in the previous year.

''(3) The 2000 Washington Kids Count survey conducted by the

University of Washington reported that students whose peers have

little or no involvement with drinking and drugs have higher math

and reading scores than students whose peers had low level

drinking or drug use.

''(4) Substance abuse prevention works. In 1999, only 10

percent of teens saw marijuana users as popular, compared to 17

percent in 1998 and 19 percent in 1997. The rate of past-month

use of any drug among 12- to 17-year-olds declined 26 percent

between 1997 and 1999. Marijuana use for sixth through eighth

graders is at the lowest point in 5 years, as is use of cocaine,

inhalants, and hallucinogens.

''(5) Community Anti-Drug Coalitions throughout the United

States are successfully developing and implementing

comprehensive, long-term strategies to reduce substance abuse

among youth on a sustained basis. For example:

''(A) The Boston Coalition brought college and university

presidents together to create the Cooperative Agreement on

Underage Drinking. This agreement represents the first

coordinated effort of Boston's many institutions of higher

education to address issues such as binge drinking, underage

drinking, and changing the norms surrounding alcohol abuse that

exist on college and university campuses.

''(B) In 2000, the Coalition for a Drug-Free Greater

Cincinnati surveyed more than 47,000 local students in grades 7

through 12. The results provided evidence that the Coalition's

initiatives are working. For the first time in a decade, teen

drug use in Greater Cincinnati appears to be leveling off. The

data collected from the survey has served as a tool to

strengthen relationships between schools and communities, as

well as facilitate the growth of anti-drug coalitions in

communities where such coalitions had not existed.

''(C) The Miami Coalition used a three-part strategy to

decrease the percentage of high school seniors who reported

using marijuana at least once during the most recent 30-day

period. The development of a media strategy, the creation of a

network of prevention agencies, and discussions with high

school students about the dangers of marijuana all contributed

to a decrease in the percentage of seniors who reported using

marijuana from over 22 percent in 1995 to 9 percent in 1997.

The Miami Coalition was able to achieve these results while

national rates of marijuana use were increasing.

''(D) The Nashville Prevention Partnership worked with

elementary and middle school children in an attempt to

influence them toward positive life goals and discourage them

from using substances. The Partnership targeted an area in

East Nashville and created after school programs, mentoring

opportunities, attendance initiatives, and safe passages to and

from school. Attendance and test scores increased as a result

of the program.

''(E) At a youth-led town meeting sponsored by the Bering

Strait Community Partnership in Nome, Alaska, youth identified

a need for a safe, substance-free space. With help from a

variety of community partners, the Partnership staff and youth

members created the Java Hut, a substance-free coffeehouse

designed for youth. The Java Hut is helping to change norms in

the community by providing a fun, youth-friendly atmosphere and

activities that are not centered around alcohol or marijuana.

''(F) Portland's Regional Drug Initiative (RDI) has promoted

the establishment of drug-free workplaces among the city's

large and small employers. Over 3,000 employers have attended

an RDI training session, and of those, 92 percent have

instituted drug-free workplace policies. As a result, there

has been a 5.5 percent decrease in positive workplace drug

tests.

''(G) San Antonio Fighting Back worked to increase the age at

which youth first used illegal substances. Research suggests

that the later the age of first use, the lower the risk that a

young person will become a regular substance abuser. As a

result, the age of first illegal drug use increased from 9.4

years in 1992 to 13.5 years in 1997.

''(H) In 1990, multiple data sources confirmed a trend of

increased alcohol use by teenagers in the Troy community.

Using its 'multiple strategies over multiple sectors' approach,

the Troy Coalition worked with parents, physicians, students,

coaches, and others to address this problem from several

angles. As a result, the rate of twelfth grade students who

had consumed alcohol in the past month decreased from 62.1

percent to 53.3 percent between 1991 and 1998, and the rate of

eighth grade students decreased from 26.3 percent to 17.4

percent. The Troy Coalition believes that this decline

represents not only a change in behavior on the part of

students, but also a change in the norms of the community.

''(6) Despite these successes, drug use continues to be a

serious problem facing communities across the United States. For

example:

''(A) According to the Pulse Check: Trends in Drug Abuse

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''(i) crack and powder cocaine remains the most serious

drug problem;

''(ii) marijuana remains the most widely available illicit

drug, and its potency is on the rise;

''(iii) treatment sources report an increase in admissions

with marijuana as the primary drug of abuse - and adolescents

outnumber other age groups entering treatment for marijuana;

''(iv) 80 percent of Pulse Check sources reported increased

availability of club drugs, with ecstasy (MDMA) and ketamine

the most widely cited club drugs and seven sources reporting

that powder cocaine is being used as a club drug by young

adults;

''(v) ecstasy abuse and trafficking is expanding, no longer

confined to the 'rave' scene;

''(vi) the sale and use of club drugs has grown from

nightclubs and raves to high schools, the streets,

neighborhoods, open venues, and younger ages;

''(vii) ecstasy users often are unknowingly purchasing

adulterated tablets or some other substance sold as MDMA; and

''(viii) along with reports of increased heroin snorting as

a route of administration for initiates, there is also an

increase in injecting initiates and the negative health

consequences associated with injection (for example,

increases in HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C) suggesting that there

is a generational forgetting of the dangers of injection of

the drug.

''(B) The 2000 Parent's Resource Institute for Drug Education

study reported that 23.6 percent of children in the sixth

through twelfth grades used illicit drugs in the past year.

The same study found that monthly usage among this group was

15.3 percent.

''(C) According to the 2000 Monitoring the Future study, the

use of ecstasy among eighth graders increased from 1.7 percent

in 1999 to 3.1 percent in 2000, among tenth graders from 4.4

percent to 5.4 percent, and from 5.6 percent to 8.2 percent

among twelfth graders.

''(D) A 1999 Mellman Group study found that -

''(i) 56 percent of the population in the United States

believed that drug use was increasing in 1999;

''(ii) 92 percent of the population viewed illegal drug use

as a serious problem in the United States; and

''(iii) 73 percent of the population viewed illegal drug

use as a serious problem in their communities.

''(7) According to the 2001 report of the National Center on

Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University entitled

'Shoveling Up: The Impact of Substance Abuse on State Budgets',

using the most conservative assumption, in 1998 States spent

$77,900,000,000 to shovel up the wreckage of substance abuse,

only $3,000,000,000 to prevent and treat the problem and

$433,000,000 for alcohol and tobacco regulation and compliance.

This $77,900,000,000 burden was distributed as follows:

''(A) $30,700,000,000 in the justice system (77 percent of

justice spending).

''(B) $16,500,000,000 in education costs (10 percent of

education spending).

''(C) $15,200,000,000 in health costs (25 percent of health

spending).

''(D) $7,700,000,000 in child and family assistance (32

percent of child and family assistance spending).

''(E) $5,900,000,000 in mental health and developmental

disabilities (31 percent of mental health spending).

''(F) $1,500,000,000 in public safety (26 percent of public

safety spending) and $400,000,000 for the state workforce.

''(8) Intergovernmental cooperation and coordination through

national, State, and local or tribal leadership and partnerships

are critical to facilitate the reduction of substance abuse among

youth in communities across the United States.

''(9) Substance abuse is perceived as a much greater problem

nationally than at the community level. According to a 2001

study sponsored by The Pew Charitable Trusts, between 1994 and

2000 -

''(A) there was a 43 percent increase in the percentage of

Americans who felt progress was being made in the war on drugs

at the community level;

''(B) only 9 percent of Americans say drug abuse is a

'crisis' in their neighborhood, compared to 27 percent who say

this about the nation; and

''(C) the percentage of those who felt we lost ground in the

war on drugs on a community level fell by more than a quarter,

from 51 percent in 1994 to 37 percent in 2000.''

AUTHORIZATION FOR NATIONAL COMMUNITY ANTIDRUG COALITION INSTITUTE

Pub. L. 107-82, Sec. 4, Dec. 14, 2001, 115 Stat. 821, provided

that:

''(a) In General. - The Director of the Office of National Drug

Control Policy may, using amounts authorized to be appropriated by

subsection (d), make a grant to an eligible organization to provide

for the establishment of a National Community Antidrug Coalition

Institute.

''(b) Eligible Organizations. - An organization eligible for the

grant under subsection (a) is any national nonprofit organization

that represents, provides technical assistance and training to, and

has special expertise and broad, national-level experience in

community antidrug coalitions under section 1032 of the National

Narcotics Leadership Act of 1988 (21 U.S.C. 1532).

''(c) Use of Grant Amount. - The organization receiving the grant

under subsection (a) shall establish a National Community Antidrug

Coalition Institute to -

''(1) provide education, training, and technical assistance for

coalition leaders and community teams, with emphasis on the

development of coalitions serving economically disadvantaged

areas;

''(2) develop and disseminate evaluation tools, mechanisms, and

measures to better assess and document coalition performance

measures and outcomes; and

''(3) bridge the gap between research and practice by

translating knowledge from research into practical information.

''(d) Authorization of Appropriations. - There is authorized to

be appropriated for purposes of activities under this section,

including the grant under subsection (a), amounts as follows:

''(1) For each of fiscal years 2002 and 2003, $2,000,000.

''(2) For each of fiscal years 2004 and 2005, $1,000,000.

''(3) For each of fiscal years 2006 and 2007, $750,000.''

PROHIBITION AGAINST DUPLICATION OF EFFORT

Pub. L. 107-82, Sec. 5, Dec. 14, 2001, 115 Stat. 821, provided

that: ''The Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy

shall ensure that the same or similar activities are not carried

out, through the use of funds for administrative costs provided

under subchapter II (probably means chapter 2) of the National

Narcotics Leadership Act of 1988 (21 U.S.C. 1521 et seq.) or funds

provided under section 4 of this Act (set out as a note above), by

more than one recipient of such funds.''

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21 USC Sec. 1522 01/06/03

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TITLE 21 - FOOD AND DRUGS

CHAPTER 20 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL PROGRAM

SUBCHAPTER II - DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES

-HEAD-

Sec. 1522. Purposes

-STATUTE-

The purposes of this subchapter are -

(1) to reduce substance abuse among youth in communities

throughout the United States, and over time, to reduce substance

abuse among adults;

(2) to strengthen collaboration among communities, the Federal

Government, and State, local, and tribal governments;

(3) to enhance intergovernmental cooperation and coordination

on the issue of substance abuse among youth;

(4) to serve as a catalyst for increased citizen participation

and greater collaboration among all sectors and organizations of

a community that first demonstrates a long-term commitment to

reducing substance abuse among youth;

(5) to rechannel resources from the fiscal year 1998 Federal

drug control budget to provide technical assistance, guidance,

and financial support to communities that demonstrate a long-term

commitment in reducing substance abuse among youth;

(6) to disseminate to communities timely information regarding

the state-of-the-art practices and initiatives that have proven

to be effective in reducing substance abuse among youth;

(7) to enhance, not supplant, local community initiatives for

reducing substance abuse among youth; and

(8) to encourage the creation of and support for community

anti-drug coalitions throughout the United States.

-SOURCE-

(Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1022, as added Pub. L. 105-20, Sec.

2(a)(2), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 225.)

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21 USC Sec. 1523 01/06/03

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TITLE 21 - FOOD AND DRUGS

CHAPTER 20 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL PROGRAM

SUBCHAPTER II - DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES

-HEAD-

Sec. 1523. Definitions

-STATUTE-

In this subchapter:

(1) Administrator

The term ''Administrator'' means the Administrator appointed by

the Director under section 1531(c) of this title.

(2) Advisory Commission

The term ''Advisory Commission'' means the Advisory Commission

established under section 1541 of this title.

(3) Community

The term ''community'' shall have the meaning provided that

term by the Administrator, in consultation with the Advisory

Commission.

(4) Director

The term ''Director'' means the Director of the Office of

National Drug Control Policy.

(5) Eligible coalition

The term ''eligible coalition'' means a coalition that meets

the applicable criteria under section 1532(a) of this title.

(6) Grant recipient

The term ''grant recipient'' means the recipient of a grant

award under section 1532 of this title.

(7) Nonprofit organization

The term ''nonprofit organization'' means an organization

described under section 501(c)(3) of title 26 that is exempt from

taxation under section 501(a) of title 26.

(8) Program

The term ''Program'' means the program established under

section 1531(a) of this title.

(9) Substance abuse

The term ''substance abuse'' means -

(A) the illegal use or abuse of drugs, including substances

listed in schedules I through V of section 812 of this title;

(B) the abuse of inhalants; or

(C) the use of alcohol, tobacco, or other related product as

such use is prohibited by State or local law.

(10) Youth

The term ''youth'' shall have the meaning provided that term by

the Administrator, in consultation with the Advisory Commission.

-SOURCE-

(Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1023, as added Pub. L. 105-20, Sec.

2(a)(2), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 225.)

-REFTEXT-

REFERENCES IN TEXT

Section 812 of this title, referred to in par. (9)(A), was in the

original ''section 112 of the Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C.

812)'', and was translated as reading ''section 202'', meaning

section 202 of Pub. L. 91-513, to reflect the probable intent of

Congress, because Pub. L. 91-513 does not contain a section 112.

-SECREF-

SECTION REFERRED TO IN OTHER SECTIONS

This section is referred to in section 1532 of this title.

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21 USC Sec. 1524 01/06/03

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TITLE 21 - FOOD AND DRUGS

CHAPTER 20 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL PROGRAM

SUBCHAPTER II - DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES

-HEAD-

Sec. 1524. Authorization of appropriations

-STATUTE-

(a) In general

There are authorized to be appropriated to the Office of National

Drug Control Policy to carry out this subchapter -

(1) $10,000,000 for fiscal year 1998;

(2) $20,000,000 for fiscal year 1999;

(3) $30,000,000 for fiscal year 2000;

(4) $40,000,000 for fiscal year 2001;

(5) $50,600,000 for fiscal year 2002;

(6) $60,000,000 for fiscal year 2003;

(7) $70,000,000 for fiscal year 2004;

(8) $80,000,000 for fiscal year 2005;

(9) $90,000,000 for fiscal year 2006; and

(10) $99,000,000 for fiscal year 2007.

(b) Administrative costs

Not more than the following percentages of the amounts authorized

under subsection (a) of this section may be used to pay

administrative costs:

(1) 10 percent for fiscal year 1998.

(2) 6 percent for fiscal year 1999.

(3) 4 percent for fiscal year 2000.

(4) 3 percent for fiscal year 2001.

(5) 6 percent for each of fiscal years 2002 through 2007.

-SOURCE-

(Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1024, as added Pub. L. 105-20, Sec.

2(a)(2), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 226; amended Pub. L. 107-82, Sec.

1(b), (c), Dec. 14, 2001, 115 Stat. 817.)

-MISC1-

AMENDMENTS

2001 - Subsec. (a)(5) to (10). Pub. L. 107-82, Sec. 1(b), added

pars. (5) to (10) and struck out former par. (5) which read as

follows: ''$43,500,000 for fiscal year 2002.''

Subsec. (b)(5). Pub. L. 107-82, Sec. 1(c), added par. (5) and

struck out former par. (5) which read as follows: ''3 percent for

fiscal year 2002.''

-SECREF-

SECTION REFERRED TO IN OTHER SECTIONS

This section is referred to in sections 1533, 1535 of this title.

-CITE-

21 USC Part A - Drug-Free Communities Support Program 01/06/03

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TITLE 21 - FOOD AND DRUGS

CHAPTER 20 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL PROGRAM

SUBCHAPTER II - DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES

Part A - Drug-Free Communities Support Program

.

-HEAD-

Part A - Drug-Free Communities Support Program

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21 USC Sec. 1531 01/06/03

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TITLE 21 - FOOD AND DRUGS

CHAPTER 20 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL PROGRAM

SUBCHAPTER II - DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES

Part A - Drug-Free Communities Support Program

-HEAD-

Sec. 1531. Establishment of drug-free communities support program

-STATUTE-

(a) Establishment

The Director shall establish a program to support communities in

the development and implementation of comprehensive, long-term

plans and programs to prevent and treat substance abuse among

youth.

(b) Program

In carrying out the Program, the Director shall -

(1) make and track grants to grant recipients;

(2) provide for technical assistance and training, data

collection, and dissemination of information on state-of-the-art

practices that the Director determines to be effective in

reducing substance abuse; and

(3) provide for the general administration of the Program.

(c) Administration

Not later than 30 days after receiving recommendations from the

Advisory Commission under section 1542(a)(1) of this title, the

Director shall appoint an Administrator to carry out the Program.

(d) Contracting

The Director may employ any necessary staff and may enter into

contracts or agreements with national drug control agencies,

including interagency agreements to delegate authority for the

execution of grants and for such other activities necessary to

carry out this subchapter.

-SOURCE-

(Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1031, as added Pub. L. 105-20, Sec.

2(a)(2), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 226.)

-SECREF-

SECTION REFERRED TO IN OTHER SECTIONS

This section is referred to in sections 1523, 1535 of this title.

-CITE-

21 USC Sec. 1532 01/06/03

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TITLE 21 - FOOD AND DRUGS

CHAPTER 20 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL PROGRAM

SUBCHAPTER II - DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES

Part A - Drug-Free Communities Support Program

-HEAD-

Sec. 1532. Program authorization

-STATUTE-

(a) Grant eligibility

To be eligible to receive an initial grant or a renewal grant

under this part, a coalition shall meet each of the following

criteria:

(1) Application

The coalition shall submit an application to the Administrator

in accordance with section 1533(a)(2) of this title.

(2) Major sector involvement

(A) In general

The coalition shall consist of 1 or more representatives of

each of the following categories:

(i) Youth.

(ii) Parents.

(iii) Businesses.

(iv) The media.

(v) Schools.

(vi) Organizations serving youth.

(vii) Law enforcement.

(viii) Religious or fraternal organizations.

(ix) Civic and volunteer groups.

(x) Health care professionals.

(xi) State, local, or tribal governmental agencies with

expertise in the field of substance abuse (including, if

applicable, the State authority with primary authority for

substance abuse).

(xii) Other organizations involved in reducing substance

abuse.

(B) Elected officials

If feasible, in addition to representatives from the

categories listed in subparagraph (A), the coalition shall have

an elected official (or a representative of an elected

official) from -

(i) the Federal Government; and

(ii) the government of the appropriate State and political

subdivision thereof or the governing body or an Indian tribe

(as that term is defined in section 450b(e) of title 25).

(C) Representation

An individual who is a member of the coalition may serve on

the coalition as a representative of not more than 1 category

listed under subparagraph (A).

(3) Commitment

The coalition shall demonstrate, to the satisfaction of the

Administrator -

(A) that the representatives of the coalition have worked

together on substance abuse reduction initiatives, which, at a

minimum, includes initiatives that target drugs referenced in

section 1523(9)(A) of this title, for a period of not less than

6 months, acting through entities such as task forces,

subcommittees, or community boards; and

(B) substantial participation from volunteer leaders in the

community involved (especially in cooperation with individuals

involved with youth such as parents, teachers, coaches, youth

workers, and members of the clergy).

(4) Mission and strategies

The coalition shall, with respect to the community involved -

(A) have as its principal mission the reduction of substance

abuse, which, at a minimum, includes the use and abuse of drugs

referenced in section 1523(9)(A) of this title, in a

comprehensive and long-term manner, with a primary focus on

youth in the community;

(B) describe and document the nature and extent of the

substance abuse problem, which, at a minimum, includes the use

and abuse of drugs referenced in section 1523(9)(A) of this

title, in the community;

(C)(i) provide a description of substance abuse prevention

and treatment programs and activities, which, at a minimum,

includes programs and activities relating to the use and abuse

of drugs referenced in section 1523(9)(A) of this title, in

existence at the time of the grant application; and

(ii) identify substance abuse programs and service gaps,

which, at a minimum, includes programs and gaps relating to the

use and abuse of drugs referenced in section 1523(9)(A) of this

title, in the community;

(D) develop a strategic plan to reduce substance abuse among

youth, which, at a minimum, includes the use and abuse of drugs

referenced in section 1523(9)(A) of this title, in a

comprehensive and long-term fashion; and

(E) work to develop a consensus regarding the priorities of

the community to combat substance abuse among youth, which, at

a minimum, includes the use and abuse of drugs referenced in

section 1523(9)(A) of this title.

(5) Sustainability

The coalition shall demonstrate that the coalition is an

ongoing concern by demonstrating that the coalition -

(A) is -

(i)(I) a nonprofit organization; or

(II) an entity that the Administrator determines to be

appropriate; or

(ii) part of, or is associated with, an established legal

entity;

(B) receives financial support (including, in the discretion

of the Administrator, in-kind contributions) from non-Federal

sources; and

(C) has a strategy to solicit substantial financial support

from non-Federal sources to ensure that the coalition and the

programs operated by the coalition are self-sustaining.

(6) Accountability

The coalition shall -

(A) establish a system to measure and report outcomes -

(i) consistent with common indicators and evaluation

protocols established by the Administrator; and

(ii) approved by the Administrator;

(B) conduct -

(i) for an initial grant under this part, an initial

benchmark survey of drug use among youth (or use local

surveys or performance measures available or accessible in

the community at the time of the grant application); and

(ii) biennial surveys (or incorporate local surveys in

existence at the time of the evaluation) to measure the

progress and effectiveness of the coalition; and

(C) provide assurances that the entity conducting an

evaluation under this paragraph, or from which the coalition

receives information, has experience -

(i) in gathering data related to substance abuse among

youth; or

(ii) in evaluating the effectiveness of community anti-drug

coalitions.

(b) Grant amounts

(1) In general

(A) Grants

(i) In general

Subject to clause (iv), for a fiscal year, the

Administrator may grant to an eligible coalition under this

paragraph, an amount not to exceed the amount of non-Federal

funds raised by the coalition, including in-kind

contributions, for that fiscal year.

(ii) Suspension of grants

If such grant recipient fails to continue to meet the

criteria specified in subsection (a) of this section, the

Administrator may suspend the grant, after providing written

notice to the grant recipient and an opportunity to appeal.

(iii) Renewal grants

Subject to clause (iv), the Administrator may award a

renewal grant to a grant recipient under this subparagraph

for each fiscal year following the fiscal year for which an

initial grant is awarded, in an amount not to exceed the

amount of non-Federal funds raised by the coalition,

including in-kind contributions, for that fiscal year, during

the 4-year period following the period of the initial grant.

(iv) Limitation

The amount of a grant award under this subparagraph may not

exceed $100,000 for a fiscal year.

(B) Coalition awards

(i) In general

Except as provided in clause (ii), the Administrator may,

with respect to a community, make a grant to 1 eligible

coalition that represents that community.

(ii) Exception

The Administrator may make a grant to more than 1 eligible

coalition that represents a community if -

(I) the eligible coalitions demonstrate that the

coalitions are collaborating with one another; and

(II) each of the coalitions has independently met the

requirements set forth in subsection (a) of this section.

(2) Rural coalition grants

(A) In general

(i) In general

In addition to awarding grants under paragraph (1), to

stimulate the development of coalitions in sparsely populated

and rural areas, the Administrator, in consultation with the

Advisory Commission, may award a grant in accordance with

this section to a coalition that represents a county with a

population that does not exceed 30,000 individuals. In

awarding a grant under this paragraph, the Administrator may

waive any requirement under subsection (a) of this section if

the Administrator considers that waiver to be appropriate.

(ii) Matching requirement

Subject to subparagraph (C), for a fiscal year, the

Administrator may grant to an eligible coalition under this

paragraph, an amount not to exceed the amount of non-Federal

funds raised by the coalition, including in-kind

contributions, for that fiscal year.

(iii) Suspension of grants

If such grant recipient fails to continue to meet any

criteria specified in subsection (a) of this section that has

not been waived by the Administrator pursuant to clause (i),

the Administrator may suspend the grant, after providing

written notice to the grant recipient and an opportunity to

appeal.

(B) Renewal grants

The Administrator may award a renewal grant to an eligible

coalition that is a grant recipient under this paragraph for

each fiscal year following the fiscal year for which an initial

grant is awarded, in an amount not to exceed the amount of

non-Federal funds raised by the coalition, including in-kind

contributions, during the 4-year period following the period of

the initial grant.

(C) Limitations

(i) Amount

The amount of a grant award under this paragraph shall not

exceed $100,000 for a fiscal year.

(ii) Awards

With respect to a county referred to in subparagraph (A),

the Administrator may award a grant under this section to not

more than 1 eligible coalition that represents the county.

(3) Additional grants

(A) In general

Subject to subparagraph (F), the Administrator may award an

additional grant under this paragraph to an eligible coalition

awarded a grant under paragraph (1) or (2) for any first fiscal

year after the end of the 4-year period following the period of

the initial grant under paragraph (1) or (2), as the case may

be.

(B) Scope of grants

A coalition awarded a grant under paragraph (1) or (2),

including a renewal grant under such paragraph, may not be

awarded another grant under such paragraph, and is eligible for

an additional grant under this section only under this

paragraph.

(C) No priority for applications

The Administrator may not afford a higher priority in the

award of an additional grant under this paragraph than the

Administrator would afford the applicant for the grant if the

applicant were submitting an application for an initial grant

under paragraph (1) or (2) rather than an application for a

grant under this paragraph.

(D) Renewal grants

Subject to subparagraph (F), the Administrator may award a

renewal grant to a grant recipient under this paragraph for

each of the fiscal years of the 4-fiscal-year period following

the fiscal year for which the initial additional grant under

subparagraph (A) is awarded in an amount not to exceed amounts

as follows:

(i) For the first and second fiscal years of that

4-fiscal-year period, the amount equal to 80 percent of the

non-Federal funds, including in-kind contributions, raised by

the coalition for the applicable fiscal year.

(ii) For the third and fourth fiscal years of that

4-fiscal-year period, the amount equal to 67 percent of the

non-Federal funds, including in-kind contributions, raised by

the coalition for the applicable fiscal year.

(E) Suspension

If a grant recipient under this paragraph fails to continue

to meet the criteria specified in subsection (a) of this

section, the Administrator may suspend the grant, after

providing written notice to the grant recipient and an

opportunity to appeal.

(F) Limitation

The amount of a grant award under this paragraph may not

exceed $100,000 for a fiscal year.

(c) Treatment of funds for coalitions representing certain

organizations

Funds appropriated for the substance abuse activities of a

coalition that includes a representative of the Bureau of Indian

Affairs, the Indian Health Service, or a tribal government agency

with expertise in the field of substance abuse may be counted as

non-Federal funds raised by the coalition for purposes of this

section.

(d) Priority in awarding grants

In awarding grants under subsection (b)(1)(A)(i) of this section,

priority shall be given to a coalition serving economically

disadvantaged areas.

-SOURCE-

(Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1032, as added Pub. L. 105-20, Sec.

2(a)(2), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 227; amended Pub. L. 107-82, Sec.

1(d), (g), (h), Dec. 14, 2001, 115 Stat. 818, 819.)

-MISC1-

AMENDMENTS

2001 - Subsec. (b)(3). Pub. L. 107-82, Sec. 1(d), added par. (3).

Subsec. (c). Pub. L. 107-82, Sec. 1(g), added subsec. (c).

Subsec. (d). Pub. L. 107-82, Sec. 1(h), added subsec. (d).

-SECREF-

SECTION REFERRED TO IN OTHER SECTIONS

This section is referred to in sections 1523, 1533, 1535 of this

title.

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21 USC Sec. 1533 01/06/03

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TITLE 21 - FOOD AND DRUGS

CHAPTER 20 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL PROGRAM

SUBCHAPTER II - DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES

Part A - Drug-Free Communities Support Program

-HEAD-

Sec. 1533. Information collection and dissemination with respect to

grant recipients

-STATUTE-

(a) Coalition information

(1) General auditing authority

For the purpose of audit and examination, the Administrator -

(A) shall have access to any books, documents, papers, and

records that are pertinent to any grant or grant renewal

request under this subchapter; and

(B) may periodically request information from a grant

recipient to ensure that the grant recipient meets the

applicable criteria under section 1532(a) of this title.

(2) Application process

The Administrator shall issue a request for proposal regarding,

with respect to the grants awarded under section 1532 of this

title, the application process, grant renewal, and suspension or

withholding of renewal grants. Each application under this

paragraph shall be in writing and shall be subject to review by

the Administrator.

(3) Reporting

The Administrator shall, to the maximum extent practicable and

in a manner consistent with applicable law, minimize reporting

requirements by a grant recipient and expedite any application

for a renewal grant made under this part.

(b) Data collection and dissemination

(1) In general

The Administrator may collect data from -

(A) national substance abuse organizations that work with

eligible coalitions, community anti-drug coalitions,

departments or agencies of the Federal Government, or State or

local governments and the governing bodies of Indian tribes;

and

(B) any other entity or organization that carries out

activities that relate to the purposes of the Program.

(2) Activities of Administrator

The Administrator may -

(A) evaluate the utility of specific initiatives relating to

the purposes of the Program;

(B) conduct an evaluation of the Program; and

(C) disseminate information described in this subsection to -

(i) eligible coalitions and other substance abuse

organizations; and

(ii) the general public.

(3) Consultation

The Administrator shall carry out activities under this

subsection in consultation with the Advisory Commission and the

National Community Antidrug Coalition Institute.

(4) Limitation on use of certain funds for evaluation of Program

Amounts for activities under paragraph (2)(B) may not be

derived from amounts under section 1524(a) of this title except

for amounts that are available under section 1524(b) of this

title for administrative costs.

-SOURCE-

(Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1033, as added Pub. L. 105-20, Sec.

2(a)(2), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 230; amended Pub. L. 107-82, Sec.

1(e), (f), Dec. 14, 2001, 115 Stat. 818.)

-MISC1-

AMENDMENTS

2001 - Subsec. (b)(3). Pub. L. 107-82, Sec. 1(e), added par. (3).

Subsec. (b)(4). Pub. L. 107-82, Sec. 1(f), added par. (4).

-SECREF-

SECTION REFERRED TO IN OTHER SECTIONS

This section is referred to in section 1532 of this title.

-CITE-

21 USC Sec. 1534 01/06/03

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TITLE 21 - FOOD AND DRUGS

CHAPTER 20 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL PROGRAM

SUBCHAPTER II - DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES

Part A - Drug-Free Communities Support Program

-HEAD-

Sec. 1534. Technical assistance and training

-STATUTE-

(a) In general

(1) Technical assistance and agreements

With respect to any grant recipient or other organization, the

Administrator may -

(A) offer technical assistance and training; and

(B) enter into contracts and cooperative agreements.

(2) Coordination of programs

The Administrator may facilitate the coordination of programs

between a grant recipient and other organizations and entities.

(b) Training

The Administrator may provide training to any representative

designated by a grant recipient in -

(1) coalition building;

(2) task force development;

(3) mediation and facilitation, direct service, assessment and

evaluation; or

(4) any other activity related to the purposes of the Program.

-SOURCE-

(Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1034, as added Pub. L. 105-20, Sec.

2(a)(2), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 231.)

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21 USC Sec. 1535 01/06/03

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TITLE 21 - FOOD AND DRUGS

CHAPTER 20 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL PROGRAM

SUBCHAPTER II - DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES

Part A - Drug-Free Communities Support Program

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Sec. 1535. Supplemental grants for coalition mentoring activities

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(a) Authority to make grants

As part of the program established under section 1531 of this

title, the Director may award an initial grant under this

subsection, and renewal grants under subsection (f) of this

section, to any coalition awarded a grant under section 1532 of

this title that meets the criteria specified in subsection (d) of

this section in order to fund coalition mentoring activities by

such coalition in support of the program.

(b) Treatment with other grants

(1) Supplement

A grant awarded to a coalition under this section is in

addition to any grant awarded to the coalition under section 1532

of this title.

(2) Requirement for basic grant

A coalition may not be awarded a grant under this section for a

fiscal year unless the coalition was awarded a grant or renewal

grant under section 1532(b) of this title for that fiscal year.

(c) Application

A coalition seeking a grant under this section shall submit to

the Administrator an application for the grant in such form and

manner as the Administrator may require.

(d) Criteria

A coalition meets the criteria specified in this subsection if

the coalition -

(1) has been in existence for at least 5 years;

(2) has achieved, by or through its own efforts, measurable

results in the prevention and treatment of substance abuse among

youth;

(3) has staff or members willing to serve as mentors for

persons seeking to start or expand the activities of other

coalitions in the prevention and treatment of substance abuse;

(4) has demonstrable support from some members of the community

in which the coalition mentoring activities to be supported by

the grant under this section are to be carried out; and

(5) submits to the Administrator a detailed plan for the

coalition mentoring activities to be supported by the grant under

this section.

(e) Use of grant funds

A coalition awarded a grant under this section shall use the

grant amount for mentoring activities to support and encourage the

development of new, self-supporting community coalitions that are

focused on the prevention and treatment of substance abuse in such

new coalitions' communities. The mentoring coalition shall

encourage such development in accordance with the plan submitted by

the mentoring coalition under subsection (d)(5) of this section.

(f) Renewal grants

The Administrator may make a renewal grant to any coalition

awarded a grant under subsection (a) of this section, or a previous

renewal grant under this subsection, if the coalition, at the time

of application for such renewal grant -

(1) continues to meet the criteria specified in subsection (d)

of this section; and

(2) has made demonstrable progress in the development of one or

more new, self-supporting community coalitions that are focused

on the prevention and treatment of substance abuse.

(g) Grant amounts

(1) In general

Subject to paragraphs (2) and (3), the total amount of grants

awarded to a coalition under this section for a fiscal year may

not exceed the amount of non-Federal funds raised by the

coalition, including in-kind contributions, for that fiscal

year. Funds appropriated for the substance abuse activities of a

coalition that includes a representative of the Bureau of Indian

Affairs, the Indian Health Service, or a tribal government agency

with expertise in the field of substance abuse may be counted as

non-Federal funds raised by the coalition.

(2) Initial grants

The amount of the initial grant awarded to a coalition under

subsection (a) of this section may not exceed $75,000.

(3) Renewal grants

The total amount of renewal grants awarded to a coalition under

subsection (f) of this section for any fiscal year may not exceed

$75,000.

(h) Fiscal year limitation on amount available for grants

The total amount available for grants under this section,

including renewal grants under subsection (f) of this section, in

any fiscal year may not exceed the amount equal to five percent of

the amount authorized to be appropriated by section 1524(a) of this

title for that fiscal year.

(i) Priority in awarding initial grants

In awarding initial grants under this section, priority shall be

given to a coalition that expressly proposes to provide mentorship

to a coalition or aspiring coalition serving economically

disadvantaged areas.

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(Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1035, as added Pub. L. 107-82, Sec.

2, Dec. 14, 2001, 115 Stat. 819.)

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21 USC Part B - Advisory Commission 01/06/03

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TITLE 21 - FOOD AND DRUGS

CHAPTER 20 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL PROGRAM

SUBCHAPTER II - DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES

Part B - Advisory Commission

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Part B - Advisory Commission

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21 USC Sec. 1541 01/06/03

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TITLE 21 - FOOD AND DRUGS

CHAPTER 20 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL PROGRAM

SUBCHAPTER II - DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES

Part B - Advisory Commission

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Sec. 1541. Establishment of Advisory Commission

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(a) Establishment

There is established a commission to be known as the ''Advisory

Commission on Drug-Free Communities''.

(b) Purpose

The Advisory Commission shall advise, consult with, and make

recommendations to the Director concerning matters related to the

activities carried out under the Program.

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(Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1041, as added Pub. L. 105-20, Sec.

2(a)(2), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 231.)

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SECTION REFERRED TO IN OTHER SECTIONS

This section is referred to in section 1523 of this title.

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21 USC Sec. 1542 01/06/03

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TITLE 21 - FOOD AND DRUGS

CHAPTER 20 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL PROGRAM

SUBCHAPTER II - DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES

Part B - Advisory Commission

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Sec. 1542. Duties

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(a) In general

The Advisory Commission -

(1) shall, not later than 30 days after its first meeting, make

recommendations to the Director regarding the selection of an

Administrator;

(2) may make recommendations to the Director regarding any

grant, contract, or cooperative agreement made by the Program;

(3) may make recommendations to the Director regarding the

activities of the Program;

(4) may make recommendations to the Director regarding any

policy or criteria established by the Director to carry out the

Program;

(5) may -

(A) collect, by correspondence or by personal investigation,

information concerning initiatives, studies, services,

programs, or other activities of coalitions or organizations

working in the field of substance abuse in the United States or

any other country; and

(B) with the approval of the Director, make the information

referred to in subparagraph (A) available through appropriate

publications or other methods for the benefit of eligible

coalitions and the general public; and

(6) may appoint subcommittees and convene workshops and

conferences.

(b) Recommendations

If the Director rejects any recommendation of the Advisory

Commission under subsection (a)(1) of this section, the Director

shall notify the Advisory Commission in writing of the reasons for

the rejection not later than 15 days after receiving the

recommendation.

(c) Conflict of interest

A member of the Advisory Commission shall recuse himself or

herself from any decision that would constitute a conflict of

interest.

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(Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1042, as added Pub. L. 105-20, Sec.

2(a)(2), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 231.)

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SECTION REFERRED TO IN OTHER SECTIONS

This section is referred to in section 1531 of this title.

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21 USC Sec. 1543 01/06/03

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TITLE 21 - FOOD AND DRUGS

CHAPTER 20 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL PROGRAM

SUBCHAPTER II - DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES

Part B - Advisory Commission

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Sec. 1543. Membership

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(a) In general

The President shall appoint 11 members to the Advisory Commission

as follows:

(1) four members shall be appointed from the general public and

shall include leaders -

(A) in fields of youth development, public policy, law, or

business; or

(B) of nonprofit organizations or private foundations that

fund substance abuse programs.

(2) four members shall be appointed from the leading

representatives of national substance abuse reduction

organizations, of which no fewer than three members shall have

extensive training or experience in drug prevention.

(3) three members shall be appointed from the leading

representatives of State substance abuse reduction organizations.

(b) Chairperson

The Advisory Commission shall elect a chairperson or

co-chairpersons from among its members.

(c) Ex officio members

The ex officio membership of the Advisory Commission shall

consist of any two officers or employees of the United States that

the Director determines to be necessary for the Advisory Commission

to effectively carry out its functions.

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(Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1043, as added Pub. L. 105-20, Sec.

2(a)(2), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 232.)

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SECTION REFERRED TO IN OTHER SECTIONS

This section is referred to in section 1545 of this title.

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21 USC Sec. 1544 01/06/03

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TITLE 21 - FOOD AND DRUGS

CHAPTER 20 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL PROGRAM

SUBCHAPTER II - DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES

Part B - Advisory Commission

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Sec. 1544. Compensation

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(a) In general

Members of the Advisory Commission who are officers or employees

of the United States shall not receive any additional compensation

for service on the Advisory Commission. The remaining members of

the Advisory Commission shall receive, for each day (including

travel time) that they are engaged in the performance of the

functions of the Advisory Commission, compensation at rates not to

exceed the daily equivalent to the annual rate of basic pay payable

for grade GS-10 of the General Schedule.

(b) Travel expenses

Each member of the Advisory Commission shall receive travel

expenses, including per diem in lieu of subsistence, in accordance

with sections 5702 and 5703 of title 5.

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(Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1044, as added Pub. L. 105-20, Sec.

2(a)(2), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 232.)

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REFERENCES IN TEXT

Grade GS-10 of the General Schedule, referred to in subsec. (a),

is set out under section 5332 of Title 5, Government Organization

and Employees.

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21 USC Sec. 1545 01/06/03

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TITLE 21 - FOOD AND DRUGS

CHAPTER 20 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL PROGRAM

SUBCHAPTER II - DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES

Part B - Advisory Commission

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Sec. 1545. Terms of office

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(a) In general

Subject to subsection (b) of this section, the term of office of

a member of the Advisory Commission shall be 3 years, except that,

as designated at the time of appointment -

(1) of the initial members appointed under section 1543(a)(1)

of this title, two shall be appointed for a term of 2 years;

(2) of the initial members appointed under section 1543(a)(2)

of this title, two shall be appointed for a term of 2 years; and

(3) of the initial members appointed under section 1543(a)(3)

of this title, one shall be appointed for a term of 1 year.

(b) Vacancies

Any member appointed to fill a vacancy for an unexpired term of a

member shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired term. A

member of the Advisory Commission may serve after the expiration of

such member's term until a successor has been appointed and taken

office.

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(Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1045, as added Pub. L. 105-20, Sec.

2(a)(2), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 233.)

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21 USC Sec. 1546 01/06/03

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TITLE 21 - FOOD AND DRUGS

CHAPTER 20 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL PROGRAM

SUBCHAPTER II - DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES

Part B - Advisory Commission

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Sec. 1546. Meetings

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(a) In general

After its initial meeting, the Advisory Commission shall meet,

with the advanced approval of the Administrator, at the call of the

Chairperson (or Co-chairpersons) of the Advisory Commission or a

majority of its members or upon the request of the Director or

Administrator of the Program.

(b) Quorum

Six members of the Advisory Commission shall constitute a quorum.

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(Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1046, as added Pub. L. 105-20, Sec.

2(a)(2), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 233.)

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21 USC Sec. 1547 01/06/03

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TITLE 21 - FOOD AND DRUGS

CHAPTER 20 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL PROGRAM

SUBCHAPTER II - DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES

Part B - Advisory Commission

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Sec. 1547. Staff

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The Administrator shall make available to the Advisory Commission

adequate staff, information, and other assistance.

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(Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1047, as added Pub. L. 105-20, Sec.

2(a)(2), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 233.)

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21 USC Sec. 1548 01/06/03

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TITLE 21 - FOOD AND DRUGS

CHAPTER 20 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL PROGRAM

SUBCHAPTER II - DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES

Part B - Advisory Commission

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Sec. 1548. Termination

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The Advisory Commission shall terminate at the end of fiscal year

2007.

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(Pub. L. 100-690, title I, Sec. 1048, as added Pub. L. 105-20, Sec.

2(a)(2), June 27, 1997, 111 Stat. 234; amended Pub. L. 107-82, Sec.

3, Dec. 14, 2001, 115 Stat. 820.)

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AMENDMENTS

2001 - Pub. L. 107-82 substituted ''2007'' for ''2002''.

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