106 STAT. 5014 PUBLIC LAW 102-586—NOV. 4, 1992 "(c) SCHEDULE OF CONFERENCES.— The Conference under this part shall be concluded not later than 18 months after the date of enactment of this part. "(d) PRIOR STATE AND REGIONAL CONFERENCES.— "(1) IN GENERAL. —Participants in the Conference and other interested persons and organizations may conduct conferences and other activities at the State and regional levels prior to the date of the Conference, subject to the approval of the executive director of the Conference. "(2) PURPOSE OF STATE AND REGIONAL CONFERENCES.— State and regional conferences and activities shall be directed toward the consideration of the purposes of this part. State conferences shall elect delegates to the >fational Conferences.
- (3) ADMITTANCE.— No person involved in administering
State juvenile justice programs or in providing services to or advocacy of juvenile offenders may be denied admission to a State or regional conference. "CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS 42 USC 5667g-i. «SEC. 291A. (a) IN GENERAL.— The Conference shall bring together persons concerned with issues and programs, both public and private, relating to juvenile justice, and juvenile delinquency prevention. "(b) SELECTION.— "(1) STATE CONFERENCES. — Delegates, including alternates, to the National Conference shall be elected by participants at the State conferences. "(2) DELEGATES.— (A) In addition to delegates elected pursuant to paragraph (1)— "(i) each Governor may appoint 1 delegate and 1 alternate; "(ii) the mcgority leader of the Senate, in consultation with the minority leader, may appoint 10 delegates and 3 alternates; "(iii) the SpecJcer of the House of Representatives, in consultation with the minority leader, may appoint 10 delegates and 3 alternates; "(iv) the President may appoint 20 delegates and 5 alternates; "(v) the chief law enforcement official and the chief juvenile corrections official of each State may appoint 1 delegate and 1 alternate each; and (vi) the Chairperson of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Advisory Committee of each State, or his or her designate, may appoint 1 delegate. "(B) Only persons involved m administering State juvenile justice programs or in providing services to or advocacy of juvenile offenders shall be eligible for appointment as a delegate. "(c) PARTICIPANT EXPENSES. —Each participant in the Conference shall be responsible for his or her expenses related to attending the Conference and shall not be reimbursed from funds appropriated pursuant to this Act. "(d) No f^ES.— No fee may be imposed on a person who attends a Conference except a registration fee of not to exceed $10.