15 U.S. Code § 3115 - Youth employment policies and programs
(a) Congressional findings
The Congress finds and declares—
(1) That  serious unemployment and economic disadvantage of a unique nature exist among youths even under generally favorable economic conditions;
(2) that this group constitutes a substantial portion of the Nation’s unemployment, and that this significantly contributes to crime, alcoholism and drug abuse, and other social and economic problems; and
(b) Improvement and expansion
To the extent deemed necessary in fulfillment of the purposes of this chapter, the President shall improve and expand existing youth employment programs, recommending legislation where required. In formulating any such program, the President shall—
(1) include provisions designed to fully coordinate youth employment activities with other employment and training programs;
(3) prepare disadvantaged and other youths with employability handicaps for regular self-sustaining employment;
(5) develop provisions designed to attract structurally unemployed youth into productive full-time employment through incentives to private and independent sector businesses; 
 So in original. Probably should not be capitalized.
 So in original. The semicolon probably should be a period.
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