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104 STAT. 1270 PUBLIC LAW 101-501—NOV. 3, 1990 42 USC 12335. SEC, 929. STATE PLAN. (a) SUBMISSION OF PLAN.— The chief executive officer of a State, in order to be eligible for grants from an allotment under section 931, 932, or 933 for any fiscal year, shall prepare and submit to the Commissioner a State plan for a 3-year period. Oo) REVISIONS OF PLAN.— Each chief executive officer of a State may make annual revisions of the State plan referred to in subsection (a). (c) CONTENT OF PLAN. —The chief executive officer of a State shall include within the State plan of that State assurances as required under sections 931, 932, or 933, and a description of the proposed multi-year plans of the State for program development and implementation. (d) TYPE OF APPLICATION.—A State may apply for funds under one or more of the following categories: (1) section 931; (2) sections 931 and 932 jointly; or (3) section 933. In the case of each category, the State application and plan shall comply only with the requirements of the appropriate section. (e) APPROVAL OF PLAN.— (1) IN GENERAL. —The Commissioner shall approve any State plan under sections 931 and 932 that the Commissioner determines meets the requirements of such sections. (2) NOTICE AND OPPORTUNITY TO CORRECT DEFICIENCIES. — The Commissioner shall not make a final determination disapproving any State plan, modifying such plan, or declaring a State to be ineligible to receive funds under sections 931 and 932 without previously affording such State reasonable notice and opportunity to correct deficiencies in its application. 42 USC 12336. SEC. 930. INDEPENDENT STATE BODY. (a) DESIGNATION.— A State shall not be eligible to receive a grant from an allotment under section 931 or 932 unless— (1) the chief executive officer of such State designates an independent State body that is composed of— (A) cabinet level representatives from each agency of such State that has responsibilities for programs affecting young individuals who shall comprise a majority of the independent State body; and (B) individuals appointed from among— (i) private nonprofit providers of services to young individuals; (ii) advocacy and citizens groups concerned with young individuals; (iii) committees of the legislature of such State that have responsibility for young individuals; (iv) leaders who are young individuals, including such leaders who are recipients of services provided under this subtitle; (v) representatives of the business community; (vi) representatives of employees of providers of services to young individuals; (vii) representatives of general purpose local government; and (viii) such staff as shall be necessary to—