Section 1419 (c) (2) (B)

(B) Limitations

  • Notwithstanding subparagraph (A), allocations under this paragraph shall be subject to the following:
    • (i) Preceding years

    • No State’s allocation shall be less than its allocation under this section for the preceding fiscal year.
    • (ii) Minimum

    • No State’s allocation shall be less than the greatest of—
      • (I) the sum of—
        • (aa) the amount the State received under this section for fiscal year 1997; and
        • (bb) 1/3 of 1 percent of the amount by which the amount appropriated under subsection (j) for the fiscal year exceeds the amount appropriated for this section for fiscal year 1997;

      • (II) the sum of—
        • (aa) the amount the State received under this section for the preceding fiscal year; and
        • (bb) that amount multiplied by the percentage by which the increase in the funds appropriated under this section from the preceding fiscal year exceeds 1.5 percent; or

      • (III) the sum of—
        • (aa) the amount the State received under this section for the preceding fiscal year; and
        • (bb) that amount multiplied by 90 percent of the percentage increase in the amount appropriated under this section from the preceding fiscal year.

      (iii) Maximum

    • Notwithstanding clause (ii), no State’s allocation under this paragraph shall exceed the sum of—
      • (I) the amount the State received under this section for the preceding fiscal year; and
      • (II) that amount multiplied by the sum of 1.5 percent and the percentage increase in the amount appropriated under this section from the preceding fiscal year.
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