AN ACT

 

<-1To provide from the General Fund for the expenses of the
2Executive and Judicial Departments, the State Government
3Support Agencies and the General Assembly of the
4Commonwealth, the public debt and the public schools for the
5fiscal year July 1, 2014, to June 30, 2015, for certain
6institutions and organizations, and for the payment of bills
7incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year
8ending June 30, 2014; to provide appropriations from the
9State Lottery Fund, the Tobacco Settlement Fund, the Aviation
10Restricted Account, the Hazardous Material Response Fund, The
11State Stores Fund, the Milk Marketing Fund, the Home
12Investment Trust Fund, the Emergency Medical Services
13Operating Fund, the Tuition Account Guaranteed Savings
14Program Fund, the Banking Fund, the Firearm Records Check
15Fund, the Ben Franklin Technology Development Authority Fund,
16the Oil and Gas Lease Fund, the Home Improvement Account, the
17Cigarette Fire Safety and Firefighter Protection Act
18Enforcement Fund, the Insurance Regulation and Oversight Fund
19and the Pennsylvania Racehorse Development Restricted Receipt
20Account, to the Executive Department; to provide
21appropriations from the Judicial Computer System Augmentation
22Account to the Judicial Department for the fiscal year July
231, 2014, to June 30, 2015; to provide appropriations from the
24Motor License Fund for the fiscal year July 1, 2014, to June
2530, 2015, for the proper operation of several departments of
26the Commonwealth and the Pennsylvania State Police authorized
27to spend Motor License Fund moneys; to provide for the
28appropriation of Federal funds to the Executive Department of

1the Commonwealth and for the payment of bills remaining
2unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014;
3and to provide for the additional appropriation of Federal
4and State funds from the General Fund for the Executive
5Department of the Commonwealth for the fiscal year July 1,
62013, to June 30, 2014, and for the payment of bills incurred
7and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending
8June 30, 2014.

9TABLE OF CONTENTS

10PART I. GENERAL PROVISIONS

11Section 101. Short title.

12Section 102. Definitions.

13Section 103. Abbreviations.

14Section 104. State appropriations.

15Section 105. Federal augmentation appropriations.

16Section 106. Block grants.

17PART II. GENERAL FUND AND FEDERAL APPROPRIATIONS

18FOR 2014-2015

19SUBPART A. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

20Section 201. Governor.

21Section 202. Executive Offices.

22Section 203. Lieutenant Governor.

23Section 204. Attorney General.

24Section 205. Auditor General.

25Section 206. Treasury Department.

26Section 207. (Reserved).

27Section 208. Department of Agriculture.

28Section 209. Department of Community and Economic Development.

29Section 210. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

30Section 211. Department of Corrections.

31Section 212. Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs.

32Section 213. Department of Education.

33Section 214. Department of Environmental Protection.

1Section 215. Department of General Services.

2Section 216. Department of Health.

3Section 217. Insurance Department.

4Section 218. Department of Labor and Industry.

5Section 219. Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

6Section 220. Department of Public Welfare.

7Section 221. Department of Revenue.

8Section 222. Department of State.

9Section 223. Department of Transportation.

10Section 224. Pennsylvania State Police.

11Section 225. State Civil Service Commission.

12Section 226. Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency.

13Section 227. (Reserved).

14Section 228. State System of Higher Education.

15Section 229. Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency.

16Section 230. Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.

17Section 231. Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority.

18Section 232. Environmental Hearing Board.

19Section 233. Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole.

20Section 234. Pennsylvania eHealth Partnership Authority.

21Section 235. State Ethics Commission.

22Section 236. (Reserved).

23Section 237. Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology.

24SUBPART B. JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

25Section 241. Supreme Court.

26Section 242. Superior Court.

27Section 243. Commonwealth Court.

28Section 244. Courts of common pleas.

29Section 245. Community courts - magisterial district judges.

30Section 246. (Reserved).

1Section 247. Philadelphia Municipal Court.

2Section 248. Judicial Conduct Board.

3Section 249. Court of Judicial Discipline.

4Section 250. Juror cost reimbursement.

5Section 251. County court reimbursement.

6SUBPART C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY

7Section 261. Senate.

8Section 262. House of Representatives.

9SUBPART D. GOVERNMENT SUPPORT AGENCIES

10Section 271. Legislative Reference Bureau.

11Section 272. Legislative Budget and Finance Committee.

12Section 273. Legislative Data Processing Committee.

13Section 274. Joint State Government Commission.

14Section 275. Local Government Commission.

15Section 276. Joint Legislative Air and Water Pollution Control
16and Conservation Committee.

17Section 277. Legislative Audit Advisory Commission.

18Section 278. Independent Regulatory Review Commission.

19Section 279. Capitol Preservation Committee.

20Section 280. Pennsylvania Commission on Sentencing.

21Section 281. Center for Rural Pennsylvania.

22Section 282. Commonwealth Mail Processing Center.

23Section 283. Legislative Reapportionment Commission.

24Section 284. Independent Fiscal Office.

25Section 285. Health Care Cost Containment Council.

26PART III. STATE LOTTERY FUND APPROPRIATIONS

27Section 301. Department of Aging.

28Section 302. Department of Public Welfare.

29PART IV. TOBACCO SETTLEMENT FUND APPROPRIATIONS

30Section 401. Tobacco Settlement Board.

1Section 402. Department of Community and Economic Development.

2Section 403. Department of Public Welfare.

3PART V. JUDICIAL COMPUTER SYSTEM AUGMENTATION ACCOUNT

4APPROPRIATIONS

5Section 501. Supreme Court.

6PART VI. EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES OPERATING FUND

7APPROPRIATIONS

8Section 601. Department of Health.

9PART VII. STATE STORES FUND APPROPRIATIONS

10Section 701. Pennsylvania State Police.

11PART VIII. MOTOR LICENSE FUND APPROPRIATIONS

12FOR 2014-2015

13SUBPART A. MOTOR LICENSE FUND

14Section 801. Department of Transportation.

15Section 802. Executive Offices.

16Section 803. Treasury Department.

17Section 804. Department of Agriculture.

18Section 805. Department of Community and Economic Development.

19Section 806. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

20Section 807. Department of Education.

21Section 808. Department of Environmental Protection.

22Section 809. Department of General Services.

23Section 810. Department of Revenue.

24Section 811. Pennsylvania State Police.

25SUBPART B. AVIATION RESTRICTED ACCOUNT

26Section 821. Department of Transportation.

27PART IX. HAZARDOUS MATERIAL RESPONSE FUND

28APPROPRIATIONS

29Section 901. Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency.

30PART X. MILK MARKETING FUND APPROPRIATIONS

1Section 1001. Milk Marketing Board.

2PART XI. HOME INVESTMENT TRUST FUND APPROPRIATIONS

3Section 1101. Department of Community and Economic Development.

4PART XII. TUITION ACCOUNT GUARANTEED

5SAVINGS PROGRAM FUND APPROPRIATIONS

6Section 1201. Treasury Department.

7PART XIII. BANKING FUND APPROPRIATIONS

8Section 1301. Department of Banking and Securities.

9PART XIV. FIREARM RECORDS CHECK FUND APPROPRIATIONS

10Section 1401. Pennsylvania State Police.

11PART XV. BEN FRANKLIN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT

12AUTHORITY FUND APPROPRIATIONS

13Section 1501. Department of Community and Economic Development.

14PART XVI. OIL AND GAS LEASE FUND

15Section 1601. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

16PART XVII. HOME IMPROVEMENT ACCOUNT

17Section 1701. Attorney General.

18PART XVIII. CIGARETTE FIRE SAFETY AND

19FIREFIGHTER PROTECTION ACT ENFORCEMENT FUND

20Section 1801. Attorney General.

21PART XVIII-A. (RESERVED)

22PART XVIII-B. INSURANCE REGULATION AND OVERSIGHT FUND

23Section 1801-B. Insurance Department.

24PART XVIII-C. PENNSYLVANIA RACEHORSE DEVELOPMENT

25RESTRICTED RECEIPT ACCOUNT

26Section 1801-C. Department of Agriculture.

27PART XIX. ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR

28FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014

29SUBPART A. GENERAL PROVISIONS

30Section 1901. (Reserved).

1Section 1902. State appropriations.

2SUBPART B. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

3Section 1911. Executive Offices.

4Section 1912. Department of Corrections.

5Section 1913. Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs.

6Section 1914. Department of Education.

7Section 1915. Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

8Section 1916. Department of Public Welfare.

9SUBPART C. JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

10Section 1921. Supreme Court.

11SUBPART D. (RESERVED)

12SUBPART E. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS FOR 2013-2014

13Section 1961. Prior laws unaffected.

14Section 1962. Compliance with other law before funds available.

15Section 1963. Contracts prerequisite to encumbering or
16committing funds.

17Section 1964. Minority business set-asides.

18Section 1965. Appropriation of funds from miscellaneous
19sources.

20Section 1966. Lapsing of unused funds.

21Section 1967. Construction with prior appropriation acts.

22Section 1968. Deduction of expended appropriations under prior
23law.

24PART XX. SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR FEDERAL FUNDS

25FOR 2014-2015

26Section 2001. General Fund repository for Federal funds.

27Section 2002. Limitation on encumbering or spending Federal
28funds.

29Section 2003. Appropriation of prior unspent Federal funds.

30Section 2004. Subgrants between Federal fund appropriations.

1Section 2005. Utilization of emergency Federal funds.

2Section 2006. Transfer of funds from TANFBG to CCDFBG and SSBG.

3PART XXI. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS FOR 2014-2015

4Section 2101. Prior laws unaffected.

5Section 2102. Compliance with other law before funds available.

6Section 2103. Contracts prerequisite to encumbering or
7committing funds.

8Section 2104. Minority business set-asides.

9Section 2105. Appropriation of funds from miscellaneous
10sources.

11Section 2106. Lapsing of unused funds.

12Section 2107. Appellate courts appropriation contingency.

13Section 2108. Transfer of excess funds.

14Section 2109. Transfers for government support agencies.

15Section 2110. Transfers for Legislative Reapportionment
16Commission.

17Section 2111. Transfer of funds from Insurance Department to
18Department of Public Welfare.

19Section 2112. Administration of Human Services Block Grant.

20PART XXII. EFFECTIVE DATE

21Section 2201. Effective date.

<-22To provide from the General Fund for the expenses of the
23Executive and Judicial Departments, the State Government
24Support Agencies and the General Assembly of the
25Commonwealth, the public debt and the public schools for the
26fiscal year July 1, 2014, to June 30, 2015, for certain
27institutions and organizations, and for the payment of bills
28incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year
29ending June 30, 2014; to provide appropriations from the 
30State Lottery Fund, the Tobacco Settlement Fund, the Aviation 
31Restricted Account, the Hazardous Material Response Fund, The 
32State Stores Fund, the Milk Marketing Fund, the Home 
33Investment Trust Fund, the Emergency Medical Services 
34Operating Fund, the Tuition Account Guaranteed Savings 
35Program Fund, the Banking Fund, the Firearm Records Check 
36Fund, the Ben Franklin Technology Development Authority Fund, 
37the Oil and Gas Lease Fund, the Home Improvement Account, the 
38Cigarette Fire Safety and Firefighter Protection Act 
39Enforcement Fund, the Insurance Regulation and Oversight Fund
 

1and the Pennsylvania Racehorse Development Restricted Receipt 
2Account, to the Executive Department; to provide 
3appropriations from the Judicial Computer System Augmentation 
4Account to the Judicial Department for the fiscal year July 
51, 2014, to June 30, 2015; to provide appropriations from the 
6Motor License Fund for the fiscal year July 1, 2014, to June 
730, 2015, for the proper operation of several departments of 
8the Commonwealth and the Pennsylvania State Police authorized 
9to spend Motor License Fund moneys; to provide for the 
10appropriation of Federal funds to the Executive Department of 
11the Commonwealth and for the payment of bills remaining 
12unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014; 
13and to provide for the additional appropriation of Federal 
14and State funds from the General Fund and the State Lottery 
15Fund for the Executive Department and the Judicial Department 
16of the Commonwealth for the fiscal year July 1, 2013, to June 
1730, 2014, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining 
18unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.

19TABLE OF CONTENTS

20PART I. GENERAL PROVISIONS

21Section 101. Short title.

22Section 102. Definitions.

23Section 103. Abbreviations.

24Section 104. State appropriations.

25Section 105. Federal augmentation appropriations.

26Section 106. Block grants.

27PART II. GENERAL FUND AND FEDERAL APPROPRIATIONS

28FOR 2014-2015

29SUBPART A. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

30Section 201. Governor.

31Section 202. Executive Offices.

32Section 203. Lieutenant Governor.

33Section 204. Attorney General.

34Section 205. Auditor General.

35Section 206. Treasury Department.

36Section 207. (Reserved).

37Section 208. Department of Agriculture.

38Section 209. Department of Community and Economic Development.

39Section 210. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

1Section 211. Department of Corrections.

2Section 212. Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs.

3Section 213. Department of Education.

4Section 214. Department of Environmental Protection.

5Section 215. Department of General Services.

6Section 216. Department of Health.

7Section 217. Insurance Department.

8Section 218. Department of Labor and Industry.

9Section 219. Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

10Section 220. Department of Public Welfare.

11Section 221. Department of Revenue.

12Section 222. Department of State.

13Section 223. Department of Transportation.

14Section 224. Pennsylvania State Police.

15Section 225. State Civil Service Commission.

16Section 226. Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency.

17Section 227. (Reserved).

18Section 228. State System of Higher Education.

19Section 229. Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency.

20Section 230. Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.

21Section 231. Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority.

22Section 232. Environmental Hearing Board.

23Section 233. Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole.

24Section 234. Pennsylvania eHealth Partnership Authority.

25Section 235. State Ethics Commission.

26Section 236. (Reserved).

27Section 237. Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology.

28SUBPART B. JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

29Section 241. Supreme Court.

30Section 242. Superior Court.

1Section 243. Commonwealth Court.

2Section 244. Courts of common pleas.

3Section 245. Community courts - magisterial district judges.

4Section 246. (Reserved).

5Section 247. Philadelphia Municipal Court.

6Section 248. Judicial Conduct Board.

7Section 249. Court of Judicial Discipline.

8Section 250. Juror cost reimbursement.

9Section 251. County court reimbursement.

10SUBPART C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY

11Section 261. Senate.

12Section 262. House of Representatives.

13SUBPART D. GOVERNMENT SUPPORT AGENCIES

14Section 271. Legislative Reference Bureau.

15Section 272. Legislative Budget and Finance Committee.

16Section 273. Legislative Data Processing Committee.

17Section 274. Joint State Government Commission.

18Section 275. Local Government Commission.

19Section 276. Joint Legislative Air and Water Pollution Control
20and Conservation Committee.

21Section 277. Legislative Audit Advisory Commission.

22Section 278. Independent Regulatory Review Commission.

23Section 279. Capitol Preservation Committee.

24Section 280. Pennsylvania Commission on Sentencing.

25Section 281. Center for Rural Pennsylvania.

26Section 282. Commonwealth Mail Processing Center.

27Section 283. Legislative Reapportionment Commission.

28Section 284. Independent Fiscal Office.

29Section 285. Health Care Cost Containment Council.

30PART III. STATE LOTTERY FUND APPROPRIATIONS

1Section 301. Department of Aging.

2Section 302. Department of Public Welfare.

3PART IV. TOBACCO SETTLEMENT FUND APPROPRIATIONS

4Section 401. Tobacco Settlement Board.

5Section 402. Department of Community and Economic Development.

6Section 403. Department of Public Welfare.

7PART V. JUDICIAL COMPUTER SYSTEM AUGMENTATION ACCOUNT

8APPROPRIATIONS

9Section 501. Supreme Court.

10PART VI. EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES OPERATING FUND

11APPROPRIATIONS

12Section 601. Department of Health.

13PART VII. STATE STORES FUND APPROPRIATIONS

14Section 701. Pennsylvania State Police.

15PART VIII. MOTOR LICENSE FUND APPROPRIATIONS

16FOR 2014-2015

17SUBPART A. MOTOR LICENSE FUND

18Section 801. Department of Transportation.

19Section 802. Executive Offices.

20Section 803. Treasury Department.

21Section 804. Department of Agriculture.

22Section 805. Department of Community and Economic Development.

23Section 806. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

24Section 807. Department of Education.

25Section 808. (Reserved).

26Section 809. Department of General Services.

27Section 810. Department of Revenue.

28Section 811. Pennsylvania State Police.

29SUBPART B. AVIATION RESTRICTED ACCOUNT

30Section 821. Department of Transportation.

1PART IX. HAZARDOUS MATERIAL RESPONSE FUND

2APPROPRIATIONS

3Section 901. Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency.

4PART X. MILK MARKETING FUND APPROPRIATIONS

5Section 1001. Milk Marketing Board.

6PART XI. HOME INVESTMENT TRUST FUND APPROPRIATIONS

7Section 1101. Department of Community and Economic Development.

8PART XII. TUITION ACCOUNT GUARANTEED

9SAVINGS PROGRAM FUND APPROPRIATIONS

10Section 1201. Treasury Department.

11PART XIII. BANKING FUND APPROPRIATIONS

12Section 1301. Department of Banking and Securities.

13PART XIV. FIREARM RECORDS CHECK FUND APPROPRIATIONS

14Section 1401. Pennsylvania State Police.

15PART XV. BEN FRANKLIN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT

16AUTHORITY FUND APPROPRIATIONS

17Section 1501. Department of Community and Economic Development.

18PART XVI. OIL AND GAS LEASE FUND

19Section 1601. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

20PART XVII. HOME IMPROVEMENT ACCOUNT

21Section 1701. Attorney General.

22PART XVIII. CIGARETTE FIRE SAFETY AND

23FIREFIGHTER PROTECTION ACT ENFORCEMENT FUND

24Section 1801. Attorney General.

25PART XVIII-A. (RESERVED)

26PART XVIII-B. INSURANCE REGULATION AND OVERSIGHT FUND

27Section 1801-B. Insurance Department.

28PART XVIII-C. PENNSYLVANIA RACEHORSE DEVELOPMENT

29RESTRICTED RECEIPT ACCOUNT

30Section 1801-C. Department of Agriculture.

1PART XIX. ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR

2FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014

3SUBPART A. GENERAL PROVISIONS

4Section 1901. (Reserved).

5Section 1902. State appropriations.

6SUBPART B. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

7Section 1911. Executive Offices.

8Section 1911.1. Department of Community and Economic
9Development.

10Section 1912. Department of Corrections.

11Section 1913. Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs.

12Section 1914. Department of Education.

13Section 1915. Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

14Section 1916. Department of Public Welfare.

15Section 1917. Pennsylvania State Police.

16SUBPART C. JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

17Section 1921. Supreme Court.

18SUBPART D. STATE LOTTERY FUND APPROPRIATIONS

19Section 1941. Department of Aging.

20SUBPART E. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS FOR 2013-2014

21Section 1961. Prior laws unaffected.

22Section 1962. Compliance with other law before funds available.

23Section 1963. Contracts prerequisite to encumbering or
24committing funds.

25Section 1964. Minority business set-asides.

26Section 1965. Appropriation of funds from miscellaneous
27sources.

28Section 1966. Lapsing of unused funds.

29Section 1967. Construction with prior appropriation acts.

30Section 1968. Deduction of expended appropriations under prior

1law.

2PART XX. SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR FEDERAL FUNDS

3FOR 2014-2015

4Section 2001. General Fund repository for Federal funds.

5Section 2002. Limitation on encumbering or spending Federal
6funds.

7Section 2003. Appropriation of prior unspent Federal funds.

8Section 2004. Subgrants between Federal fund appropriations.

9Section 2005. Utilization of emergency Federal funds.

10Section 2006. Transfer of funds from TANFBG to CCDFBG and SSBG.

11PART XXI. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS FOR 2014-2015

12Section 2101. Prior laws unaffected.

13Section 2102. Compliance with other law before funds available.

14Section 2103. Contracts prerequisite to encumbering or
15committing funds.

16Section 2104. Minority business set-asides.

17Section 2105. Appropriation of funds from miscellaneous
18sources.

19Section 2106. Lapsing of unused funds.

20Section 2107. Appellate courts appropriation contingency.

21Section 2108. Transfer of excess funds.

22Section 2109. Transfers for government support agencies.

23Section 2110. Transfers for Legislative Reapportionment
24Commission.

25Section 2111. Transfer of funds from Insurance Department to
26Department of Public Welfare.

27Section 2112. Transfers to General Fund.

28Section 2113. Administration of Human Services Block Grant.

29PART XXII. EFFECTIVE DATE

30Section 2201. Effective date.

1The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
2hereby enacts as follows:

<-3PART I

4GENERAL PROVISIONS

5Section 101. Short title.

6This act shall be known and may be cited as the General
7Appropriation Act of 2014.

8Section 102. Definitions.

9The following words and phrases when used in this act shall
10have the meanings given to them in this section unless the
11context clearly indicates otherwise:

12"Employees." Includes all directors, superintendents, bureau
13or division chiefs, assistant directors, assistant
14superintendents, assistant chiefs, experts, scientists,
15engineers, surveyors, draftsmen, accountants, secretaries,
16auditors, inspectors, examiners, analysts, statisticians,
17marshals, clerks, stenographers, bookkeepers, messengers and
18other assistants in any department, board or commission.

19"Expenses" and "maintenance." Includes all printing, binding
20and stationery, food and forage, materials and supplies,
21traveling expenses, training, motor vehicle supplies and
22repairs, freight, express and cartage, postage, telephones and
23telegraph rentals and toll charges, newspaper advertising and
24notices, public advertising by or through any medium, fuel,
25light, heat, power and water, minor construction and renovation,
26repairs or reconstruction of equipment, buildings and
27facilities, rent of real estate and equipment, premiums on
28workers' compensation, insurance premiums on policies of
29liability insurance, insurance premiums on medical payment
30insurance and surety bonds for volunteer workers, premiums on

1employee group life insurance and employee and retired employee
2group hospital and medical insurance, payment of Commonwealth
3share of Social Security taxes and unemployment compensation
4costs for State employees, the purchase of replacement or
5additional equipment and machinery and all other incidental
6costs and expenses, including payment to the Department of
7General Services of mileage and other charges for the use of
8automobiles and rental payments for permanently assigned
9automobiles and of expenses or costs of services incurred
10through the Purchasing Fund. The term "expenses" also shall
11include the medical costs for the treatment of inmates of State
12institutions when the inmate must be transferred to an outside
13hospital, provided, that in no case shall the State institution
14pay more for patient care than that provided under the State
15medical assistance program.

16Section 103. Abbreviations.

17The following abbreviations when used in this act shall have
18the meanings given to them in this section unless the context
19clearly indicates otherwise:

20"AIDS." Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.

21"ARC." Appalachian Regional Commission.

22"ARRA." American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

23"BG." Block grant.

24"CCDFBG." Child Care and Development Fund Block Grant.

25"CHIPRA." Children's Health Insurance Program
26Reauthorization Act.

27"CSBG." Community Services Block Grant.

28"DCSI." Drug Control and Systems Improvement Formula Grant
29Program.

30"DFSC." Drug Free Schools and Communities Act.

1"DOE." Department of Energy.

2"EEOC." Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

3"EPA." Environmental Protection Agency.

4"ESEA." Elementary and Secondary Education Act.

5"ESG." Emergency Solutions Grant.

6"FEMA." Federal Emergency Management Agency.

7"FTA." Federal Transit Administration.

8"HUD." Department of Housing and Urban Development.

9"ID." Intellectual Disabilities.

10"LIHEABG." Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Block Grant.

11"LSTA." Library Services and Technology Act.

12"MCH." Maternal and Child Health.

13"MCHSBG." Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant.

14"MHSBG." Mental Health Services Block Grant.

15"PAFE." Pennsylvania Agricultural Food Exposition.

16"PHHSBG." Preventive Health and Health Services Block Grant.

17"RSAT." Residential Substance Abuse Treatment.

18"SABG." Substance Abuse Block Grant.

19"SCDBG." Small Communities Development Block Grant.

20"SDA." Service Delivery Area.

21"SORNA." Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act.

22"SSBG." Social Services Block Grant.

23"TANF." Temporary Assistance for Needy Families.

24"TANFBG." Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Block
25Grant.

26"TEFAP." Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Program.

27"VA." Veterans' Administration.

28"WIA." Workforce Investment Act.

29"WIC." Women, Infants and Children Program.

30Section 104. State appropriations.

1(a) General Fund.--The following sums set forth in this act,
2or as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby specifically
3appropriated from the General Fund to the several hereinafter
4named agencies of the Executive, Legislative and Judicial
5Departments of the Commonwealth for the payment of salaries,
6wages or other compensation and travel expenses of the duly
7elected or appointed officers and employees of the Commonwealth,
8for the payment of fees for contractual services rendered, for
9the purchase or rental of goods and services, printing, public
10advertising by or through any medium, equipment, land and
11buildings and for payment of any other expenses, as provided by
12law or by this act, necessary for the proper conduct of the
13duties, functions and activities and for the purposes
14hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
152014, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid
16at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.

17(b) State Lottery Fund.--The following sums set forth in
18this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby
19specifically appropriated from the State Lottery Fund to the
20several hereinafter named agencies of the Executive Department
21of the Commonwealth for the payment of salaries, wages or other
22compensation and travel expenses of the duly appointed officers
23and employees of the Commonwealth, for the payment of fees for
24contractual services rendered, for the purchase or rental of
25goods and services and for payment of any other expenses, as
26provided by law or by this act, necessary for the proper conduct
27of the duties, functions and activities and for the purposes
28hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
292014, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid
30at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.

1(c) Tobacco Settlement Fund.--The following sums set forth
2in this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby
3specifically appropriated from the Tobacco Settlement Fund to
4the hereinafter named agencies of the Executive Department of
5the Commonwealth for the payment of salaries, wages or other
6compensation and travel expenses of the duly appointed officers
7and employees of the Commonwealth, for the payment of fees for
8contractual services rendered, for the purchase or rental of
9goods and services and for payment of any other expenses, as
10provided by law or by this act, necessary for the proper conduct
11of the duties, functions and activities and for the purposes
12hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
132014, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid
14at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.

15(d) Judicial Computer System Augmentation Account.--The
16following sums set forth in this act, or as much thereof as may
17be necessary, are hereby specifically appropriated from the
18restricted receipt account established within the General Fund,
19known as the Judicial Computer System Augmentation Account, to
20the Judicial Department of the Commonwealth for the payment of
21salaries, wages or other compensation and travel expenses, for
22the payment of fees for contractual services rendered, for the
23purchase or rental of goods and services and for the payment of
24any other expenses, as provided by law or by this act, necessary
25for the proper conduct of the duties, functions and activities
26and for the purposes hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year
27beginning July 1, 2014, and for the payment of bills incurred
28and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June
2930, 2014.

30(e) Emergency Medical Services Operating Fund.--The

1following sums set forth in this act, or as much thereof as may
2be necessary, are hereby specifically appropriated from the
3Emergency Medical Services Operating Fund to the several
4hereinafter named agencies of the Executive Department of the
5Commonwealth for the payment of fees for contractual services
6rendered, for the purchase or rental of goods and services and
7for the payment of any other expenses, as provided by law or by
8this act, necessary for the proper conduct of the duties,
9functions and activities and for the purposes hereinafter set
10forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014, and for the
11payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of
12the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.

13(f) The State Stores Fund.--The following sums set forth in
14this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby
15specifically appropriated from The State Stores Fund to the
16hereinafter named agency of the Executive Department of the
17Commonwealth for the payment of salaries, wages or other
18compensation and travel expenses of the duly appointed officers
19and employees of the Commonwealth, for the payment of fees for
20contractual services rendered, for the purchase or rental of
21goods and services and for the payment of any other expenses, as
22provided by law or by this act, necessary for the proper conduct
23of the duties, functions and activities and for the purposes
24hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
252014, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid
26at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.

27(g) Motor License Fund.--The following sums, or as much
28thereof as may be necessary, are hereby appropriated from the
29Motor License Fund to the hereinafter named agencies of the
30Executive Department for the payment of salaries, wages and

1other compensation and travel expenses of the duly elected or
2appointed officers and employees of the Commonwealth, for
3contractual services and other expenses necessary for the proper
4conduct of the duties, functions and activities for the purposes
5hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
62014, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid
7at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.

8(h) Aviation Restricted Account.--The following sums, or as
9much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby appropriated from
10the Aviation Restricted Account in the Motor License Fund to the
11hereinafter named agencies of the Executive Department for the
12purposes set forth herein for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
132014, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid
14at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.

15(i) Hazardous Material Response Fund.--The following sums
16set forth in this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary,
17are hereby specifically appropriated from the Hazardous Material
18Response Fund to the several hereinafter named agencies of the
19Executive Department of the Commonwealth for the payment of fees
20for contractual services rendered, for the purchase or rental of
21goods and services and for the payment of any other expenses, as
22provided by law or by this act, necessary for the proper conduct
23of the duties, functions and activities and for the purposes
24hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
252014, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid
26at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.

27(j) Milk Marketing Fund.--The following sums set forth in
28this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby
29specifically appropriated from the Milk Marketing Fund to the
30several hereinafter named agencies of the Executive Department

1of the Commonwealth for the payment of salaries, wages or other
2compensation and travel expenses of the duly appointed officers
3and employees of the Commonwealth, for the payment of fees for
4contractual services rendered, for the purchase or rental of
5goods and services and for the payment of any other expenses, as
6provided by law or by this act, necessary for the proper conduct
7of the duties, functions and activities and for the purposes
8hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
92014, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid
10at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.

11(k) Home Investment Trust Fund.--The following sums set
12forth in this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are
13hereby specifically appropriated from the Home Investment Trust
14Fund to the hereinafter named agencies of the Executive
15Department of the Commonwealth for the payment of salaries,
16wages or other compensation and travel expenses of the duly
17appointed officers and employees of the Commonwealth, for the
18payment of fees for contractual services rendered, for the
19purchase or rental of goods and services and for the payment of
20any other expenses, as provided by law or by this act, necessary
21for the proper conduct of the duties, functions and activities
22and for the purposes hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year
23beginning July 1, 2014, and for the payment of bills incurred
24and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June
2530, 2014.

26(l) Tuition Account Guaranteed Savings Program Fund.--The
27following sums set forth in this act, or as much thereof as may
28be necessary, are hereby specifically appropriated from the
29Tuition Account Guaranteed Savings Program Fund to the
30hereinafter named agencies of the Executive Department of the

1Commonwealth for the payment of salaries, wages or other
2compensation and travel expenses of the duly appointed officers
3and employees of the Commonwealth, for the payment of fees for
4contractual services rendered, for the purchase or rental of
5goods and services and for the payment of any other expenses, as
6provided by law or by this act, necessary for the proper conduct
7of the duties, functions and activities and for the purposes
8hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
92014, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid
10at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.

11(m) Banking Fund.--The following sums set forth in this act,
12or as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby specifically
13appropriated from the Banking Fund to the hereinafter named
14agencies of the Executive Department of the Commonwealth for the
15payment of salaries, wages or other compensation and travel
16expenses of the duly appointed officers and employees of the
17Commonwealth, for the payment of fees for contractual services
18rendered, for the purchase or rental of goods and services and
19for the payment of any other expenses, as provided by law or by
20this act, necessary for the proper conduct of the duties,
21functions and activities and for the purposes hereinafter set
22forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014, and for the
23payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of
24the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.

25(n) Firearm Records Check Fund.--The following sums set
26forth in this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are
27hereby specifically appropriated from the Firearm Records Check
28Fund to the hereinafter named agencies of the Executive
29Department of the Commonwealth for the payment of salaries,
30wages or other compensation and travel expenses of the duly

1appointed officers and employees of the Commonwealth, for the
2payment of fees for contractual services rendered, for the
3purchase or rental of goods and services and for the payment of
4any other expenses, as provided by law or by this act, necessary
5for the proper conduct of the duties, functions and activities
6and for the purposes hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year
7beginning July 1, 2014, and for the payment of bills incurred
8and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June
930, 2014.

10(o) Ben Franklin Technology Development Authority Fund.--The
11following sums set forth in this act, or as much thereof as may
12be necessary, are hereby specifically appropriated from the Ben
13Franklin Technology Development Authority Fund to the
14hereinafter named agencies of the Executive Department of the
15Commonwealth for the payment of salaries, wages or other
16compensation and travel expenses of the duly appointed officers
17and employees of the Commonwealth, for the payment of fees for
18contractual services rendered, for the purchase or rental of
19goods and services and for the payment of any other expenses, as
20provided by law or by this act, necessary for the proper conduct
21of the duties, functions and activities and for the purposes
22hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
232014, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid
24at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.

25(p) Oil and Gas Lease Fund.--The following sums set forth in
26this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby
27specifically appropriated from the Oil and Gas Lease Fund to the
28hereinafter named agencies of the Executive Department of the
29Commonwealth for the payment of salaries, wages or other
30compensation and travel expenses of the duly appointed officers

1and employees of the Commonwealth, for the payment of fees for
2contractual services rendered, for the purchase or rental of
3goods and services and for payment of any other expenses, as
4provided by law or by this act, necessary for the proper conduct
5of the duties, functions and activities and for the purposes
6hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
72014, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid
8at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.

9(q) Home Improvement Account.--The following sums set forth
10in this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby
11specifically appropriated from the Home Improvement Account
12within the General Fund to the hereinafter named agencies of the
13Executive Department of the Commonwealth for the payment of
14salaries, wages or other compensation and travel expenses of the
15duly appointed officers and employees of the Commonwealth, for
16the payment of fees for contractual services rendered, for the
17purchase or rental of goods and services and for payment of any
18other expenses, as provided by law or by this act, necessary for
19the proper conduct of the duties, functions and activities and
20for the purposes hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year
21beginning July 1, 2014, and for the payment of bills incurred
22and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June
2330, 2014.

24(r) Cigarette Fire Safety and Firefighter Protection Act
25Enforcement Fund.--The following sums set forth in this act, or
26as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby specifically
27appropriated from the Cigarette Fire Safety and Firefighter
28Protection Act Enforcement Fund to the hereinafter named
29agencies of the Executive Department of the Commonwealth for the
30payment of salaries, wages or other compensation and travel

1expenses of the duly appointed officers and employees of the
2Commonwealth, for the payment of fees for contractual services
3rendered, for the purchase or rental of goods and services and
4for payment of any other expenses, as provided by law or by this
5act, necessary for the proper conduct of the duties, functions
6and activities and for the purposes hereinafter set forth for
7the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014, and for the payment of
8bills incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal
9year ending June 30, 2014.

10(s) (Reserved).

11(t) Insurance Regulation and Oversight Fund.--The following
12sums set forth in this act, or as much thereof as may be
13necessary, are hereby specifically appropriated from the
14Insurance Regulation and Oversight Fund to the hereinafter named
15agencies of the Executive Department of the Commonwealth for the
16payment of salaries, wages or other compensation and travel
17expenses of the duly appointed officers and employees of the
18Commonwealth, for the payment of fees for contractual services
19rendered, for the purchase or rental of goods and services and
20for payment of any other expenses, as provided by law or by this
21act, necessary for the proper conduct of the duties, functions
22and activities and for the purposes hereinafter set forth for
23the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014, and for the payment of
24bills incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal
25year ending June 30, 2014.

26(u) Pennsylvania Racehorse Development Restricted Account.--
27The following sums set forth in this act, or as much thereof as
28may be necessary, are hereby specifically appropriated from the
29Pennsylvania Racehorse Development Restricted Account to the
30hereinafter named agencies of the Executive Department of the

1Commonwealth for the payment of fees for contractual services
2rendered, for the purchase or rental of goods and services and
3for the payment of any other expenses, as provided by law or by
4this act, necessary for the proper conduct of the duties,
5functions and activities and for the purposes hereinafter set
6forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014, and for the
7payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of
8the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.

9Section 105. Federal augmentation appropriations.

10The following Federal augmentation appropriations set forth
11in this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby
12specifically appropriated from the Federal augmentation funds to
13the several hereinafter named agencies of the Executive
14Department of the Commonwealth for the payment of the expenses
15of implementing and carrying out the programs stated herein for
16the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014, and for the payment of
17bills incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal
18year ending June 30, 2014. Unless otherwise stated, the
19appropriations include any carryovers from the prior fiscal
20year.

21Section 106. Block grants.

22(a) Appropriation.--The following sums set forth in this
23act, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby
24specifically appropriated from the block grant (BG) funds to the
25several hereinafter named agencies of the Executive Department
26of the Commonwealth for the purposes and under the restrictions
27for which the funds are provided for the fiscal year beginning
28July 1, 2014.

29(b) Small Communities Development Block Grant.--The Small
30Communities Development Block Grant (SCDBG) is to assist small

1cities and communities that have a high concentration of
2impoverished citizens and substandard housing to expand their
3low-income and moderate-income housing opportunities and to meet
4community development needs.

5(c) Community Services Block Grant.--The Community Services
6Block Grant (CSBG) is to provide a range of services and
7activities having a measurable and potentially major impact on
8the causes of poverty in the community or those areas of the
9community where poverty is a particularly acute problem. In
10addition, new focus may be placed on the unemployed, both old
11and new. Local agencies may lower their eligibility requirements
12for recipients to three months to allow greater flexibility to
13assure proper consideration of each recipient.

14(d) Preventive Health and Health Services Block Grant.--The
15Preventive Health and Health Services Block Grant (PHHSBG) is
16for the provision of preventive health and other health services
17related to emergency medical systems, health initiative grants,
18comprehensive public health, hypertension, fluoridation, health
19education, risk reduction, home health, rape crisis and domestic
20violence services.

21(e) Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant.--The
22Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant (MCHSBG) is to
23enable states to maintain and strengthen their leadership in
24planning, promoting, coordinating and evaluating health care for
25pregnant women, mothers, infants and children, and children with
26special health care needs and in providing health services for
27mothers and children who do not have access to adequate health
28care.

29(f) Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Block Grant.--The Low-
30Income Home Energy Assistance Block Grant (LIHEABG) is to help

1lessen the impact of the high cost of energy on low-income
2families and individuals, including energy efficiency grants for
3low-income dwellings. No less than 15% of the LIHEABG funds
4received shall be used for weatherization. LIHEABG funds
5received pursuant to a Presidential release of contingency funds
6shall be exempt from the 15% requirement.

7(g) Social Services Block Grant.--The Social Services Block
8Grant (SSBG) is for the provision of social services to eligible
9persons.

10(h) Mental Health Services Block Grant.--The Mental Health
11Services Block Grant (MHSBG) provides funds for the provision of
12services to adults with serious mental illness or children with
13serious emotional disturbance.

14(i) Substance Abuse Block Grant.--The Substance Abuse Block
15Grant (SABG) provides funds to establish and maintain programs
16to combat alcohol and drug abuse.

17(j) Child Care and Development Fund Block Grant.--The Child
18Care and Development Fund Block Grant (CCDFBG) is for the
19provision of direct child care or to increase the quality and
20availability of child care for low-income families.

21(k) Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Block Grant.--
22The Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Block Grant (TANFBG)
23provides funds for the provision of cash grants, child care,
24training and support services, child welfare and administration
25for eligible families and individuals.

26PART II

27GENERAL FUND AND FEDERAL APPROPRIATIONS

28FOR 2014-2015

29SUBPART A

30EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

1Section 201. Governor.

2The following amounts are
3appropriated to the Governor:

 

Federal

 

State

4For the Office of the
5Governor: including the
6maintenance of the Governor's
7Home, the expense of
8entertainment of official guests
9and members of the General
10Assembly and the Judiciary,
11participation in the Governor's
12Conference, the expenses of the
13Executive Board and the payment
14of traveling expenses of persons
15other than employees of the
16Commonwealth appointed by the
17Governor to represent or
18otherwise serve the Commonwealth.

 

 

19State appropriation.......

 

6,508,000

20Section 202. Executive Offices.

21The following amounts are
22appropriated to the Executive
23Offices:

 

 

Federal

 

 

State

24For the Office of
25Administration.

 

 

26State appropriation.......

 

8,165,000

27To the Office of
28Administration for payment of
29Medicare Part B enrollment
30penalties.

 

 

1State appropriation.......

 

200,000

2For Commonwealth Technology
3Services.

 

 

4State appropriation.......

 

54,434,000

5The following Federal amounts
6are appropriated to supplement
7the sum appropriated for
8Commonwealth Technology Services:

 

 

9(1) (Reserved).

 

 

10(2) (Reserved).

 

 

11(3) "ARRA - Broadband
12Technology Opportunities -
13Mapping."

 

 

14Federal appropriation.....

3,655,000

 

15For the Inspector General.

 

 

16State appropriation.......

 

4,102,000

17For investigation of welfare
18fraud activities.

 

 

19State appropriation.......

 

12,705,000

20The following Federal amounts
21are appropriated to supplement
22the sum appropriated for
23investigation of welfare fraud
24activities:

 

 

25(1) "TANFBG - Program
26Accountability."

 

 

27Federal appropriation.....

1,500,000

 

28(2) "Food Stamps - Program
29Accountability."

 

 

30Federal appropriation.....

7,000,000

 

1(3) "Medical Assistance -
2Program Accountability."

 

 

3Federal appropriation.....

4,200,000

 

4(4) "CCDFBG Subsidized Day
5Care - Fraud Investigation."

 

 

6Federal appropriation.....

905,000

 

7For the Office of the Budget.

 

 

8State appropriation.......

 

18,486,000

9For the audit of the Auditor
10General.

 

 

11State appropriation.......

 

99,000

12For the Office of General
13Counsel.

 

 

14State appropriation.......

 

3,183,000

15For the Pennsylvania Human
16Relations Commission.

 

 

 

 

17State appropriation.......

 

9,152,000

18The following Federal amounts
19are appropriated to supplement
20the sum appropriated for the
21Pennsylvania Human Relations
22Commission:

 

 

23(1) "EEOC - Special Project
24Grant."

 

 

25Federal appropriation.....

1,562,000

 

26(2) "HUD - Special Project
27Grant."

 

 

28Federal appropriation.....

1,046,000

 

29For the Council on the Arts.

 

 

30State appropriation.......

 

886,000

1The following Federal amounts
2are appropriated to supplement
3the sum appropriated for the
4Council on the Arts:

 

 

5(1) "National Endowment for
6the Arts - Administration."

 

 

7Federal appropriation.....

684,000

 

8For the Juvenile Court Judges
9Commission.

 

 

10State appropriation.......

 

2,765,000

11For the Public Employee
12Retirement Commission.

 

 

13State appropriation.......

 

850,000

14For the Pennsylvania
15Commission on Crime and
16Delinquency.

 

 

17State appropriation.......

 

3,973,000

18The following Federal amounts
19are appropriated to supplement
20the sum appropriated for the
21Pennsylvania Commission on Crime
22and Delinquency:

 

 

23(1) "Plan for Juvenile
24Justice."

 

 

25Federal appropriation.....

200,000

 

26(2) (Reserved).

 

 

27(3) "Justice Assistance
28Grants."

 

 

29Federal appropriation.....

18,000,000

 

30(4) (Reserved).

 

 

1(5) "Justice Assistance
2Grants - Administration."

 

 

3Federal appropriation.....

1,500,000

 

4(6) (Reserved).

 

 

5(7) "Juvenile Justice - Title
6V."

 

 

7Federal appropriation.....

300,000

 

8(8) "Statistical Analysis
9Center."

 

 

10Federal appropriation.....

150,000

 

11(9) "Criminal Identification
12Technology."

 

 

13Federal appropriation.....

800,000

 

14(10) "Crime Victims'
15Compensation Services."

 

 

16Federal appropriation.....

8,500,000

 

17(11) (Reserved).

 

 

18(12) (Reserved).

 

 

19(13) "Crime Victims'
20Assistance."

 

 

21Federal appropriation.....

20,000,000

 

22(14) (Reserved).

 

 

23(15) "Violence Against Women
24Formula Grant Program."

 

 

25Federal appropriation.....

6,000,000

 

26(16) (Reserved).

 

 

27(17) "Violence Against Women
28Formula Grant Program -
29Administration."

 

 

30Federal appropriation.....

500,000

 

1(18) (Reserved).

 

 

2(19) "Residential Substance
3Abuse Treatment Program."

 

 

4Federal appropriation.....

1,300,000

 

5(20) (Reserved).

 

 

6(21) "Crime Victims'
7Assistance (VOCA) -
8Administration/Operations."

 

 

9Federal appropriation.....

1,400,000

 

10(22) "Juvenile Accountability
11Incentive Program."

 

 

12Federal appropriation.....

3,000,000

 

13(23) "Juvenile Accountability
14Incentive Program -
15Administration."

 

 

16Federal appropriation.....

100,000

 

17(24) (Reserved).

 

 

18(25) (Reserved).

 

 

19(26) "Juvenile Justice and
20Delinquency Prevention."

 

 

21Federal appropriation.....

4,500,000

 

22(27) "Project Safe
23Neighborhoods."

 

 

24Federal appropriation.....

700,000

 

25(28) (Reserved).

 

 

26(29) (Reserved).

 

 

27(30) "Statewide Automated
28Victim Information."

 

 

29Federal appropriation.....

500,000

 

30(31) (Reserved).

 

 

1(32) (Reserved).

 

 

2(33) "Assault Services
3Program."

 

 

4Federal appropriation.....

500,000

 

5(34) (Reserved).

 

 

6(35) (Reserved).

 

 

7(36) (Reserved).

 

 

8(37) (Reserved).

 

 

9(38) (Reserved).

 

 

10(39) (Reserved).

 

 

11(40) (Reserved).

 

 

12(41) (Reserved).

 

 

13(42) (Reserved).

 

 

14(43) (Reserved).

 

 

15(44) "Prosecutor and Defender
16Incentives."

 

 

17Federal appropriation.....

350,000

 

18(45) (Reserved).

 

 

19(46) (Reserved).

 

 

20(47) (Reserved).

 

 

21(48) "Combat Underage
22Drinking Program."

 

 

23Federal appropriation.....

500,000

 

24(49) "Forensic Science
25Program."

 

 

26Federal appropriation.....

1,000,000

 

27(50) (Reserved)

 

 

28(51) "SORNA."

 

 

29Federal appropriation.....

1,000,000

 

30(52) (Reserved).

 

 

1(53) "Byrne Competitive
2Program."

 

 

3Federal appropriation.....

1,000,000

 

4(54) "Adam Walsh
5Implementation Support."

 

 

6Federal appropriation.....

400,000

 

7(55) "Vision 21 State
8Technology."

 

 

9Federal appropriation.....

250,000

 

10For safe schools advocate.

 

 

11State appropriation.......

 

384,000

12For victims of juvenile
13offenders.

 

 

14State appropriation.......

 

1,300,000

15For child advocacy centers.

 

 

16State appropriation.......

 

2,000,000

17For violence prevention
18programs.

 

 

19State appropriation.......

 

4,564,000

20For intermediate punishment

21treatment programs.

 

 

22State appropriation.......

 

18,167,000

23For juvenile probation
24services.

 

 

25State appropriation.......

 

18,945,000

26For grants to the arts.

 

 

27State appropriation.......

 

8,179,000

28The following Federal amounts
29are appropriated to supplement
30the sum appropriated for grants

 

1to the arts:

 

 

2(1) "National Endowment for
3the Arts - Basic State Grant."

 

 

4Federal appropriation.....

400,000

 

5Section 203. Lieutenant Governor.

6The following amounts are
7appropriated to the Lieutenant
8Governor:

 

 

Federal

 

 

State

9For the Office of the
10Lieutenant Governor, including
11payment of expenses of the
12residence at the Edward Martin
13Military Reservation.

 

 

14State appropriation.......

 

814,000

15For the Board of Pardons.

 

 

16State appropriation.......

 

547,000

17Section 204. Attorney General.

18The following amounts are
19appropriated to the Attorney
20General:

 

 

Federal

 

 

State

21For general government
22operations of the Office of
23Attorney General.

 

 

24State appropriation.......

 

39,322,000

25The following Federal amounts
26are appropriated to supplement
27the sum appropriated for general
28government operations:

 

 

29(1) "State Medicaid Fraud
30Control Units."

 

 

1Federal appropriation.....

5,507,000

 

2(2) "Middle Atlantic - Great
3Lakes Organized Crime Law
4Enforcement Network."

 

 

5Federal appropriation.....

7,587,000

 

6For drug law enforcement.

 

 

7State appropriation.......

 

23,853,000

8The following Federal amounts
9are appropriated to supplement
10the sum appropriated for drug law
11enforcement:

 

 

12(1) "High Intensity Drug
13Trafficking Areas."

 

 

14Federal appropriation.....

5,131,000

 

15For local drug task forces and
16a drug strike task force.

 

 

17State appropriation.......

 

11,776,000

18For a joint local-State
19firearm task force in a city of
20the first class.

 

 

21State appropriation.......

 

3,559,000

22For witness relocation
23programs.

 

 

24State appropriation.......

 

1,115,000

25For Child Predator
26Interception Unit.

 

 

27State appropriation.......

 

4,350,000

28For tobacco law enforcement.

 

 

29State appropriation.......

 

615,000

30For trials resulting from

 

1indictments by multicounty grand
2juries.

 

 

3State appropriation.......

 

200,000

4For a mobile street crimes
5unit.

 

 

6State appropriation.......

 

2,500,000

7Section 205. Auditor General.

8The following amounts are
9appropriated to the Auditor
10General:

 

 

Federal

 

 

State

11For the Department of the
12Auditor General for postauditing,
13annually, periodically or
14specially, the affairs of any
15department, board or commission
16which is supported out of the
17General Fund, district justices,
18other fining offices, Volunteer
19Firemen's Relief Association
20Funds and the offices of
21Statewide elected officials and
22for the proper auditing of
23appropriations for or relating to
24public assistance, including any
25Federal sums supplementing such
26appropriations.

 

 

 

 

27State appropriation.......

 

41,389,000

28For information technology
29modernization.

 

 

30State appropriation.......

 

1,750,000

1For the Board of Claims.

 

 

2State appropriation.......

 

1,640,000

3Section 206. Treasury Department.

4The following amounts are
5appropriated to the Treasury
6Department:

 

 

Federal

 

 

State

7For general government 
8operations of the Treasury 
9Department including the 
10administration of Article XIII.1 
11of the act of April 9, 1929 
12(P.L.343, No.176), known as The 
13Fiscal Code.

 

 

14State appropriation.......

 

35,728,000

15For the Board of Finance and
16Revenue.

 

 

17State appropriation.......

 

2,505,000

18For divestiture reimbursement.

 

 

19State appropriation.......

 

229,000

20For the payment of the
21Commonwealth's portion of the
22expenses of various councils,
23commissions, conferences, boards,
24associations, coalitions and
25institutes which are multistate
26organizations of which the
27Commonwealth has been a member
28for at least one year and which
29membership enables the
30Commonwealth government to

 

1represent the citizens of
2Pennsylvania, such organizations
3being designed to promote or
4protect the member states'
5interests, or which promote
6governmental financial excellence
7or accountability.

 

 

8State appropriation.......

 

1,036,000

9For publishing statements of
10the General Fund and other funds
11of the Commonwealth.

 

 

12State appropriation.......

 

15,000

13For information technology
14modernization.

 

 

15State appropriation.......

 

4,000,000

16For payment of law enforcement
17and emergency response personnel
18death benefits.

 

 

19State appropriation.......

 

2,163,000

20For compensation of the
21Commonwealth's loan and transfer
22agent for services and expenses
23in connection with the
24registration, transfer and
25payment of interest on bonds of
26the Commonwealth and other
27services required to be performed
28by the loan and transfer agent.

 

 

29State appropriation.......

 

60,000

30For general obligation debt
 

 

1service or to pay all arbitrage 
2rebates to the Federal Government 
3required under section 148 of the 
4Internal Revenue Code of 1986 
5(Public Law 99-514, 26 U.S.C. § 
6148).

 

 

7State appropriation.......

 

1,096,500,000

8Section 207. (Reserved).

9Section 208. Department of Agriculture.

10The following amounts are
11appropriated to the Department of
12Agriculture:

 

 

Federal

 

 

State

13For general government
14operations of the Department of
15Agriculture.

 

 

16State appropriation.......

 

24,738,000

17The following Federal amounts
18are appropriated to supplement
19the sum appropriated for general
20government operations:

 

 

21(1) "Pennsylvania Plant Pest
22Detection System."

 

 

23Federal appropriation.....

1,300,000

 

24(2) "Poultry Grading
25Service."

 

 

26Federal appropriation.....

100,000

 

27(3) "Medicated Feed Mill
28Inspection."

 

 

29Federal appropriation.....

50,000

 

30(4) "National School Lunch

 

1Administration."

 

 

2Federal appropriation.....

1,700,000

 

3(5) "Emergency Food
4Assistance."

 

 

5Federal appropriation.....

4,000,000

 

6In addition to the specific
7amounts appropriated herein, all
8other moneys received from the
9Federal Government for emergency
10food assistance are hereby
11appropriated to such program.

 

 

12(6) (Reserved).

 

 

13(7) "Pesticide Enforcement,
14Certification, Training and
15Control Program."

 

 

16Federal appropriation.....

1,000,000

 

17(8) "Agricultural Risk
18Protection."

 

 

19Federal appropriation.....

1,000,000

 

20(9) "Commodity Supplemental
21Food."

 

 

22Federal appropriation.....

3,000,000

 

23In addition to the specific
24amounts appropriated herein, all
25other moneys received from the
26Federal Government for commodity
27supplemental food are hereby
28appropriated to such program.

 

 

29(10) "Organic Cost
30Distribution."

 

 

1Federal appropriation.....

350,000

 

2(11) "Animal Disease
3Control."

 

 

4Federal appropriation.....

2,000,000

 

5(12) "Food Establishment
6Inspections."

 

 

7Federal appropriation.....

1,500,000

 

8(13) "Integrated Pest
9Management."

 

 

10Federal appropriation.....

250,000

 

11(14) "Johne's Disease Herd
12Project."

 

 

13Federal appropriation.....

2,000,000

 

14(15) "Avian Influenza
15Surveillance."

 

 

16Federal appropriation.....

2,000,000

 

17(16) "Oral Rabies Vaccine."

 

 

18Federal appropriation.....

100,000

 

19(17) "Exotic Newcastle
20Disease Control."

 

 

21Federal appropriation.....

300,000

 

22(18) "Scrapie Disease
23Control."

 

 

24Federal appropriation.....

60,000

 

25(19) "Monitoring Foot and
26Mouth Disease."

 

 

27Federal appropriation.....

150,000

 

28(20) "Wildlife Services."

 

 

29Federal appropriation.....

800,000

 

30(21) "Animal Identification."

 

 

1Federal appropriation.....

2,000,000

 

2(22) "Specialty Crops."

 

 

3Federal appropriation.....

1,500,000

 

4(23) "Emerald Ash Borer
5Mitigation."

 

 

6Federal appropriation.....

800,000

 

7(24) (Reserved).

 

 

8(25) "Mediation Grant."

 

 

9Federal appropriation.....

200,000

 

10For agricultural excellence
11programs.

 

 

12State appropriation.......

 

600,000

13For farmers market food
14coupons.

 

 

15State appropriation.......

 

2,079,000

16The following Federal amounts
17are appropriated to supplement
18the sum appropriated for farmers
19market food coupons:

 

 

20(1) "Farmers Market Food
21Coupons."

 

 

22Federal appropriation.....

3,500,000

 

23(2) "Senior Farmers Market
24Nutrition."

 

 

25Federal appropriation.....

2,200,000

 

26In addition to the specific
27amounts appropriated herein, all
28other moneys received from the
29Federal Government for farmers
30market food coupons and senior

 

1farmers market nutrition are
2hereby appropriated to such
3program.

 

 

4The following Federal amounts
5are appropriated for the
6Agricultural Conservation
7Easement Program:

 

 

8(1) "Farmland Protection."

 

 

9Federal appropriation.....

6,000,000

 

10For agricultural research.

 

 

11State appropriation.......

 

787,000

12For agricultural promotion,
13education and exports.

 

 

14State appropriation.......

 

196,000

15For hardwoods research and
16promotion.

 

 

17State appropriation.......

 

350,000

18For development and operation
19of an open livestock show,
20including cattle, swine, sheep
21and horses.

 

 

22State appropriation.......

 

177,000

23For planning and staging of an
24open dairy show.

 

 

25State appropriation.......

 

177,000

26For youth shows.

 

 

27State appropriation.......

 

140,000

28For grants to counties for the
29purchase of food to be provided
30to needy persons in this

 

1Commonwealth. This amount
2includes up to $1,000,000 for the
3emergency food assistance
4development program and up to
5$500,000 for the cost of
6distributing TEFAP commodities to
7counties.

 

 

8State appropriation.......

 

17,438,000

9The following Federal amounts
10are appropriated for product
11promotion and marketing:

 

 

12(1) "Market Improvement."

 

 

13Federal appropriation.....

250,000

 

14For food marketing and
15research.

 

 

16State appropriation.......

 

494,000

17For transfer to the Nutrient
18Management Fund.

 

 

19State appropriation.......

 

2,714,000

20For transfer to the
21Conservation District Fund.

 

 

22State appropriation.......

 

869,000

23The following Federal amounts
24are appropriated for crop
25insurance:

 

 

 

 

26(1) "Crop Insurance."

 

 

27Federal appropriation.....

2,000,000

 

28For transfer to the
29Agricultural College Land Scrip
30Fund restricted account.

 

 

1State appropriation.......

 

46,237,000

2For transfer to the
3Pennsylvania Preferred Trademark
4Licensing Fund.

 

 

5State appropriation.......

 

550,000

6Section 209. Department of Community and Economic Development.

7The following amounts are
8appropriated to the Department of
9Community and Economic
10Development:

 

 

 

Federal

 

 

 

State

11For general government
12operations of the Department of
13Community and Economic
14Development.

 

 

15State appropriation.......

 

14,252,000

16The following Federal amounts
17are appropriated to supplement
18the sum appropriated for general
19government operations:

 

 

20(1) "ARC - State Technical
21Assistance."

 

 

22Federal appropriation.....

225,000

 

23(2) "DOE Weatherization -
24Administration."

 

 

25Federal appropriation.....

975,000

 

26(3) (Reserved).

 

 

27(4) "SCDBG - Administration."

 

 

28Federal appropriation.....

1,680,000

 

29(4.1) "SCDBG - Neighborhood
30Stabilization - Administration."

 

 

1Federal appropriation.....

800,000

 

2(4.2) "SCDBG - Disaster
3Recovery Administration."

 

 

4Federal appropriation.....

1,000,000

 

5(5) "CSBG - Administration."

 

 

6Federal appropriation.....

1,507,000

 

7(6) "LIHEABG -
8Administration."

 

 

9Federal appropriation.....

1,000,000

 

10(7) (Reserved).

 

 

11(8) (Reserved).

 

 

12(9) "Americorps Training and
13Technical Assistance."

 

 

14Federal appropriation.....

75,000

 

15(10) "State Small Business
16Credit Initiative -
17Administration."

 

 

18Federal appropriation.....

487,000

 

19(11) "EMG Solutions
20Administration."

 

 

21Federal appropriation.....

518,000

 

22(12) "EDA - Emergency
23Management."

 

 

24Federal appropriation.....

450,000

 

25For the Center for Local
26Government Services.

 

 

27State appropriation.......

 

8,500,000

28For the Office of Open
29Records.

 

 

30State appropriation.......

 

1,975,000

1For World Trade PA.

 

 

2State appropriation.......

 

5,796,000

3The following Federal amounts
4are appropriated to supplement
5the sum appropriated for World
6Trade PA:

 

 

7(1) "SBA State Trade and
8Export Promotion (STEP)."

 

 

9Federal appropriation.....

2,000,000

 

10(2) "Mining Equipment Export
11Expansion Initiative."

 

 

12Federal appropriation.....

100,000

 

13(3) "EDA - Expanding
14Exports."

 

 

15Federal appropriation.....

1,000,000

 

16For the purpose of marketing
17to attract tourists to this
18Commonwealth.

 

 

 

 

19State appropriation.......

 

7,435,000

20For the purpose of marketing
21to attract business to this
22Commonwealth.

 

 

23State appropriation.......

 

2,000,000

24For transfer to the
25Municipalities Financial Recovery
26Revolving Fund.

 

 

27State appropriation.......

 

4,000,000

28For transfer to the Ben
29Franklin Technology Development
30Authority Fund. Not less than 80%

 

1of this amount shall be provided
2to the Ben Franklin Technology
3Partners.

 

 

4State appropriation.......

 

14,500,000

5For transfer to the
6Commonwealth Financing Authority.

 

 

7State appropriation.......

 

77,505,000

8For intergovernmental
9cooperation authorities for
10cities of the second class.

 

 

11State appropriation.......

 

228,000

12For Pennsylvania First.

 

 

13State appropriation.......

 

20,300,000

14For Municipal Assistance
15Program.

 

 

16State appropriation.......

 

642,000

17The following Federal amounts
18are appropriated for floodplain
19management:

 

 

20(1) "FEMA - Mapping."

 

 

21Federal appropriation.....

100,000

 

22(2) "FEMA Technical
23Assistance."

 

 

24Federal appropriation.....

350,000

 

25For the Keystone Communities
26Program.

 

 

27State appropriation.......

 

5,500,000

28The following Federal amounts
29are appropriated to supplement
30the sum appropriated for Keystone

 

1Communities:

 

 

2(1) "DOE Weatherization."

 

 

3Federal appropriation.....

12,000,000

 

4(2) (Reserved).

 

 

5(3) (Reserved).

 

 

6(4) "LIHEABG - Weatherization
7Program." In addition to the
8specific amounts appropriated
9herein, all other moneys received
10from the Federal Government for
11the weatherization portion of the
12LIHEAP Program, either through an

13increase in the regular
14program

15or pursuant to a Presidential
16release of contingency funds, are
17hereby appropriated to this
18program.

 

 

19Federal appropriation.....

40,000,000

 

20(5) "SCDBG - HUD Disaster
21Recovery."

 

 

22Federal appropriation.....

2,000,000

 

23(6) "SCDBG - Disaster
24Recovery Grant."

 

 

25Federal appropriation.....

56,000,000

 

26(7) "SCDBG - Neighborhood
27Stabilization Program."

 

 

28Federal appropriation.....

17,000,000

 

29(8) "Assets for
30Independence."

 

 

1Federal appropriation.....

500,000

 

2(9) "EMG Solutions Program."

 

 

3Federal appropriation.....

8,000,000

 

4For partnerships for regional
5economic performance.

 

 

6State appropriation.......

 

11,880,000

7The following Federal amounts
8are appropriated to supplement
9the sum appropriated for
10partnerships for regional
11economic performance:

 

 

12(1) "State Small Business
13Credit Initiative."

 

 

14Federal appropriation.....

20,000,000

 

15For Discovered in PA,
16Developed in PA.

 

 

17State appropriation.......

 

4,910,000

18For tourism promotion related
19to accredited zoos.

 

 

20State appropriation.......

 

550,000

21The following Federal amounts
22are appropriated for community
23conservation and employment:

 

 

24(1) "CSBG - Program."

 

 

25Federal appropriation.....

29,500,000

 

26For the Pennsylvania
27Infrastructure Technology
28Assistance Program.

 

 

29State appropriation.......

 

1,750,000

30For early intervention for

 

1distressed municipalities.

 

 

2State appropriation.......

 

1,785,000

3For super computer center
4projects.

 

 

5State appropriation.......

 

500,000

6For powdered metals.

 

 

7State appropriation.......

 

100,000

8For grants to issuing
9authorities under the
10Infrastructure and Facilities
11Improvement Program.

 

 

12State appropriation.......

 

19,000,000

13For Rural Leadership Training
14Program.

 

 

15State appropriation.......

 

100,000

16Section 210. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

17The following amounts are
18appropriated to the Department of
19Conservation and Natural
20Resources:

 

 

 

Federal

 

 

 

State

21For general government
22operations of the Department of
23Conservation and Natural
24Resources.

 

 

25State appropriation.......

 

5,644,000

26The following Federal amounts
27are appropriated to supplement
28the sum appropriated for general
29government operations:

 

 

30(1) "Topographic and Geologic

 

1Survey Grants."

 

 

2Federal appropriation.....

500,000

 

3(2) "Bituminous Coal
4Resources."

 

 

5Federal appropriation.....

25,000

 

6(3) (Reserved).

 

 

7(4) "Land and Water
8Conservation Fund." In addition
9to these funds, any contingency
10funds made available to the
11Commonwealth under the Federal
12Land and Water Conservation Fund
13Act are hereby appropriated.

 

 

14Federal appropriation.....

12,000,000

 

15(5) (Reserved).

 

 

16(6) "Highlands Conservation
17Program."

 

 

18Federal appropriation.....

2,000,000

 

19(7) (Reserved).

 

 

20(8) (Reserved).

 

 

21(9) "Cooperative Endangered
22Species."

 

 

23Federal appropriation.....

28,000

 

24For State parks operations.

 

 

25State appropriation.......

 

2,217,000

26For State forests operations
27and forest pest management.

 

 

28State appropriation.......

 

1,027,000

29The following Federal amounts
30are appropriated to supplement

 

1the sum appropriated for State
2forests:

 

 

3(1) "Forest Fire Protection
4and Control."

 

 

5Federal appropriation.....

2,000,000

 

6(2) "Forestry Incentives and
7Agricultural Conservation."

 

 

8Federal appropriation.....

175,000

 

9(3) "Forest Management and
10Processing."

 

 

 

 

11Federal appropriation.....

3,800,000

 

12(4) "Great Lakes
13Restoration."

 

 

14Federal appropriation.....

900,000

 

15(5) "Aid to Volunteer Fire
16Companies."

 

 

17Federal appropriation.....

750,000

 

18(6) "Wetland Protection Fund"

 

 

19Federal appropriation.....

300,000

 

20(7) "Forest Insect and
21Disease Control."

 

 

22Federal appropriation.....

4,000,000

 

23For heritage and other parks.

 

 

24State appropriation.......

 

2,250,000

25For payment of annual fixed
26charges in lieu of taxes to
27counties and townships on land
28acquired for water conservation
29and flood control.

 

 

30State appropriation.......

 

65,000

1For payment of annual fixed
2charges in lieu of taxes to
3political subdivisions for school
4districts on lands acquired by
5the Commonwealth for Project 70.

 

 

6State appropriation.......

 

40,000

7For payment of annual fixed
8charges in lieu of taxes to
9counties, school districts and
10townships on forest lands.

 

 

11State appropriation.......

 

2,612,000

12For payment of annual fixed
13charges in lieu of taxes to
14counties, school districts and
15local municipalities on State
16park lands.

 

 

 

 

17State appropriation.......

 

425,000

18Section 211. Department of Corrections.

19The following amounts are
20appropriated to the Department of
21Corrections:

 

 

Federal

 

 

State

22For general government
23operations of the Department of
24Corrections.

 

 

25State appropriation.......

 

32,877,000

26For inmate medical care.

 

 

27State appropriation.......

 

227,645,000

28For inmate education and
29training.

 

 

30State appropriation.......

 

39,387,000

1The following Federal amounts
2are appropriated to supplement
3the sum appropriated for inmate
4education and training:

 

 

5(1) (Reserved).

 

 

6(2) "Correctional Education."

 

 

7Federal appropriation.....

725,000

 

8For the State correctional
9institutions.

 

 

10State appropriation.......

 

1,736,246,000

11The following Federal amounts
12are appropriated to supplement
13the sum appropriated for the
14State correctional institutions:

 

 

15(1) "SABG - Drug and Alcohol
16Programs."

 

 

17Federal appropriation.....

1,850,000

 

18(2) "Reimbursement for Alien
19Inmates."

 

 

20Federal appropriation.....

1,350,000

 

21(3) "Changing Offender
22Behavior."

 

 

23Federal appropriation.....

500,000

 

24(4) "Volunteer Support."

 

 

25Federal appropriation.....

25,000

 

26Section 212. Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs.

27The following amounts are
28appropriated to the Department of
29Drug and Alcohol Programs:

 

 

Federal

 

 

State

30For general government

 

1operations of the Department of
2Drug and Alcohol Programs.

 

 

3State appropriation.......

 

620,000

4The following Federal amounts
5are appropriated to supplement
6the sum appropriated for general
7government operations:

 

 

8(1) "SABG - Administration
9and Operation."

 

 

10Federal appropriation.....

7,640,000

 

11(2) "Substance Abuse Special
12Projects - Administration and
13Operation."

 

 

14Federal appropriation.....

2,480,000

 

15For Assistance to Drug and
16Alcohol Programs.

 

 

17State appropriation.......

 

41,232,000

18The following Federal amounts
19are appropriated to supplement
20the sum appropriated for
21assistance to drug and alcohol
22programs:

 

 

23(1) "SABG - Drug and Alcohol
24Services."

 

 

25Federal appropriation.....

53,197,000

 

26(2) "Substance Abuse Special
27Projects Grants."

 

 

28Federal appropriation.....

11,237,000

 

29(3) "Access to Recovery."

 

 

30Federal appropriation.....

2,959,000

 

1Section 213. Department of Education.

2The following amounts are
3appropriated to the Department of
4Education:

 

 

Federal

 

 

State

5For general government
6operations of the Department of
7Education.

 

 

8State appropriation.......

 

23,300,000

9The following Federal amounts
10are appropriated to supplement
11the sum appropriated for general
12government operations:

 

 

13(1) "Adult Basic Education -
14Administration."

 

 

15Federal appropriation.....

945,000

 

16(2) "Education of Exceptional
17Children - Administration."

 

 

18Federal appropriation.....

10,000,000

 

19(3) "Special Education -
20State Personnel Development."

 

 

21Federal appropriation.....

2,394,000

 

22(4) "ESEA - Title I -
23Administration."

 

 

24Federal appropriation.....

12,000,000

 

25(5) "State Approving Agency
26(VA)."

 

 

27Federal appropriation.....

1,660,000

 

28(6) "Food and Nutrition
29Service."

 

 

30Federal appropriation.....

14,504,000

 

1(7) "Migrant Education -
2Administration."

 

 

3Federal appropriation.....

625,000

 

4(8) "Vocational Education -
5Administration."

 

 

6Federal appropriation.....

3,910,000

 

7(9) "Title II - Improving
8Teacher Quality -
9Administration/State."

 

 

10Federal appropriation.....

5,400,000

 

11(10) (Reserved).

 

 

12(11) "Homeless Assistance."

 

 

13Federal appropriation.....

4,275,000

 

14(12) "Preschool Grants."

 

 

15Federal appropriation.....

750,000

 

16(13) "School Health Education
17Programs."

 

 

18Federal appropriation.....

450,000

 

19(14) (Reserved).

 

 

20(15) (Reserved).

 

 

21(16) (Reserved).

 

 

22(17) (Reserved).

 

 

23(18) "Advanced Placement
24Testing."

 

 

25Federal appropriation.....

1,222,000

 

26(19) "Medical Assistance -
27Nurses Aide Training."

 

 

28Federal appropriation.....

300,000

 

29(20) "State and Community
30Highway Safety."

 

 

1Federal appropriation.....

987,000

 

2(21) (Reserved).

 

 

3(22) "Title IV - 21st Century
4Community Learning Centers -
5Administration."

 

 

6Federal appropriation.....

4,000,000

 

7(23) "National Assessment of
8Educational Progress (NAEP)."

 

 

9Federal appropriation.....

148,000

 

10(24) "Migrant Education
11Coordination Program."

 

 

12Federal appropriation.....

130,000

 

13(25) "College Access
14Challenge Grant Program."

 

 

15Federal appropriation.....

7,870,000

 

16(26) (Reserved).

 

 

17(27) "School Improvement
18Grants."

 

 

19Federal appropriation.....

60,000,000

 

20(28) "School Emergency
21Management Program."

 

 

22Federal appropriation.....

990,000

 

23(29) "Pennsylvania Project
24AWARE."

 

 

25Federal appropriation.....

1,950,000

 

26(30) "Striving Readers."

 

 

27Federal appropriation.....

50,156,000

 

28For information and technology
29improvement.

 

 

30State appropriation.......

 

4,000,000

1The following Federal amounts
2are appropriated to supplement
3the sum appropriated for
4information and technology
5improvement:

 

 

6(1) "ARRA - Statewide
7Longitudinal Data Systems."

 

 

8Federal appropriation.....

3,746,000

 

9For PA assessment.

 

 

10State appropriation.......

 

58,291,000

11The following Federal amounts
12are appropriated to supplement
13the sum appropriated for PA
14assessment:

 

 

15(1) "Title VI - Part A State
16Assessment."

 

 

17Federal appropriation.....

16,000,000

 

18For the State Library,
19providing reference services and
20administering aid to public
21libraries.

 

 

22State appropriation.......

 

1,957,000

23The following Federal amounts
24are appropriated to supplement
25the sum appropriated for the
26State Library:

 

 

27(1) "LSTA - Library
28Development."

 

 

29Federal appropriation.....

8,500,000

 

30For programs of education and

 

1training at youth development
2centers and the monitoring of
3programs of education and
4training provided to incarcerated
5juveniles.

 

 

6State appropriation.......

 

7,928,000

7For payment of basic education
8funding to school districts.

 

 

9State appropriation.......

 

5,596,129,000

10For basic education formula
11enhancement.

 

 

12State appropriation.......

 

2,500,000

13For PA Accountability Grants

 

 

14State appropriation.......

 

100,000,000

15For the Pre-K Counts Program.

 

 

16State appropriation.......

 

95,984,000

17For Head Start Supplemental
18Assistance.

 

 

19State appropriation.......

 

39,178,000

20For Mobile Science and Math
21Education Programs.

 

 

22State appropriation.......

 

864,000

23For teacher professional
24development.

 

 

25State appropriation.......

 

6,459,000

26For adult and family literacy
27programs, summer reading programs
28and the adult high school
29diplomas program.

 

 

30State appropriation.......

 

12,075,000

1The following Federal amounts
2are appropriated to supplement
3the sum appropriated for adult
4and family literacy programs:

 

 

5(1) "Adult Basic Education -
6Local."

 

 

7Federal appropriation.....

20,500,000

 

8For career and technical
9education.

 

 

10State appropriation.....

 

62,000,000

11The following Federal amounts
12are appropriated to supplement
13the sum appropriated for career
14and technical education:

 

 

15(1) "Vocational Education Act
16- Local."

 

 

17Federal appropriation.....

49,000,000

 

18For career and technical
19education equipment grants.

 

 

20State appropriation.......

 

3,000,000

21For payments on account of
22annual rental or sinking fund
23charges on school buildings,
24including charter schools.

 

 

25State appropriation.......

 

306,198,000

26For payments on account of
27pupil transportation.

 

 

28State appropriation.......

 

546,677,000

29For payments on account of
30nonpublic and charter school

 

1transportation.

 

 

2State appropriation.......

 

78,614,000

3For payments on account of
4special education of exceptional
5children.

 

 

6State appropriation.......

 

1,046,815,000

7The following Federal amounts
8are appropriated to supplement
9the sum appropriated for special
10education:

 

 

11(1) "Individuals with
12Disabilities Education - Local."

 

 

13Federal appropriation.....

457,000,000

 

14For payments for early
15intervention services.

 

 

16State appropriation.......

 

237,516,000

17The following Federal amounts
18are appropriated to supplement
19the sum appropriated for payments
20for early intervention services:

 

 

21(1) "Individuals with
22Disabilities Education."

 

 

23Federal appropriation.....

16,000,000

 

24For payment for tuition to
25school districts providing
26education to nonresident orphaned
27children placed in private homes
28by the court and nonresident
29inmates of children's
30institutions.

 

 

1State appropriation.......

 

48,506,000

2For payments of annual fixed
3charges to school districts in
4lieu of taxes for land acquired
5by the Commonwealth for water
6conservation or flood prevention.

 

 

 

 

7State appropriation.......

 

163,000

8For payment for maintenance of
9summer schools for school-age
10children of migrant laborers,
11including child-care services.

 

 

12State appropriation.......

 

853,000

13For payments to Pennsylvania
14Charter Schools for the Deaf and
15Blind.

 

 

16State appropriation.......

 

41,709,000

17For special education -
18approved private schools.

 

 

19State appropriation.......

 

95,347,000

20For grants to school districts
21to assist in meeting Federal
22matching requirements for grants
23received under the Federal Child
24Nutrition Act and to aid in
25providing a food program for
26needy children.

 

 

27State appropriation.......

 

32,488,000

28The following Federal amounts
29are appropriated to supplement
30the sum appropriated for school

 

1food services:

 

 

2(1) "Food and Nutrition -
3Local."

 

 

4Federal appropriation.....

673,462,000

 

5For payment of the
6Commonwealth's share of Federal
7Social Security taxes for public
8school employees.

 

 

9State appropriation.......

 

500,772,000

10For payment of required
11contribution for public school
12employees' retirement.

 

 

13State appropriation.......

 

1,221,853,000

14The following Federal amounts
15are appropriated for basic
16education:

 

 

17(1) "ESEA - Title I - Local."

 

 

18Federal appropriation.....

625,000,000

 

19(2) (Reserved).

 

 

20(3) (Reserved).

 

 

21(4) "Title II - Improving
22Teacher Quality - Local."

 

 

23Federal appropriation.....

130,000,000

 

24(5) (Reserved).

 

 

25(6) (Reserved).

 

 

26(7) "Title IV - 21st Century
27Community Learning Centers -
28Local."

 

 

29Federal appropriation.....

90,000,000

 

30(8) "Title III - Language

 

1Instruction for LEP and Immigrant
2Students."

 

 

3Federal appropriation.....

20,000,000

 

4(9) "Title VI - Rural and Low

5Income Schools - Local."

 

 

6Federal appropriation.....

1,700,000

 

7(10) (Reserved).

 

 

8(11) "ARRA - ESEA -- Title I
9-- School Improvement"

 

 

10Federal appropriation.....

10,067,000

 

11(12) "Race to the Top."

 

 

12Federal appropriation.....

30,939,000

 

13For services to nonpublic
14schools.

 

 

15State appropriation.......

 

86,384,000

16For textbooks, instructional
17material and instructional
18equipment for nonpublic schools.

 

 

19State appropriation.......

 

26,278,000

20For a subsidy to public
21libraries.

 

 

22State appropriation.......

 

53,507,000

23For aid to the Free Library of
24Philadelphia and the Carnegie
25Library of Pittsburgh to meet the
26costs incurred in serving as
27regional libraries in the
28distribution of braille reading
29materials, talking book machines
30and other reading materials to

 

1persons who are blind or
2otherwise disabled.

 

 

3State appropriation.......

 

2,567,000

4For library access.

 

 

5State appropriation.......

 

3,071,000

6For job training and education
7programs.

 

 

8State appropriation.......

 

8,050,000

9For safe schools initiatives.

 

 

10State appropriation.......

 

8,522,000

11For payment of approved
12operating expenses of community
13colleges.

 

 

14State appropriation.......

 

212,167,000

15For transfer to the Community
16College Capital Fund.

17 

 

 

18State appropriation.......

 

48,869,000

19For regional community college
20services.

 

 

21State appropriation.......

 

1,200,000

22For community education

23councils.

 

 

24State appropriation.......

 

2,300,000

25Section 214. Department of Environmental Protection.

26The following amounts are
27appropriated to the Department of
28Environmental Protection:

 

 

Federal

 

 

State

29For general government
30operations of the Department of

 

1Environmental Protection.

 

 

2State appropriation.......

 

12,309,000

3For environmental program
4management.

 

 

5State appropriation.......

 

28,198,000

6The following Federal amounts
7are appropriated to supplement
8the sum appropriated for
9environmental program management:

 

 

10(1) "Coastal Zone
11Management."

 

 

12Federal appropriation.....

4,700,000

 

13(2) "Construction Management
14Assistance Grants -
15Administration."

 

 

16Federal appropriation.....

1,400,000

 

17(3) "Storm Water Permitting
18Initiative."

 

 

19Federal appropriation.....

2,300,000

 

20(4) "Safe Drinking Water Act
21- Management."

 

 

22Federal appropriation.....

5,500,000

 

23(5) "Water Pollution Control
24Grants - Management."

 

 

25Federal appropriation.....

5,500,000

 

26(6) "Air Pollution Control
27Grants - Management."

 

 

28Federal appropriation.....

3,200,000

 

29(7) "Surface Mine
30Conservation."

 

 

1Federal appropriation.....

6,500,000

 

2(8) "Wetland Protection
3Fund."

 

 

4Federal appropriation.....

840,000

 

5(9) "Diagnostic X-ray
6Equipment Testing."

 

 

7Federal appropriation.....

550,000

 

8(10) "Water Quality Outreach
9Operator Training."

 

 

10Federal appropriation.....

200,000

 

11(11) "Water Quality
12Management Planning Grants."

 

 

13Federal appropriation.....

1,150,000

 

14(12) "Small Operators
15Assistance."

 

 

16Federal appropriation.....

300,000

 

17(13) "Wellhead Protection
18Fund."

 

 

19Federal appropriation.....

250,000

 

20(14) "Indoor Radon
21Abatement."

 

 

22Federal appropriation.....

700,000

 

23(15) "Non-Point Source
24Implementation 319(h)."

 

 

25Federal appropriation.....

14,800,000

 

26(16) "Hydroelectric Power
27Conservation Fund."

 

 

28Federal appropriation.....

51,000

 

29(17) "Survey Studies."

 

 

30Federal appropriation.....

5,000,000

 

1(18) (Reserved).

 

 

2(19) "National Dam Safety."

 

 

3Federal appropriation.....

300,000

 

4(20) "Training Reimbursement
5Program for Small Systems."

 

 

6Federal appropriation.....

3,500,000

 

7(21) "State Energy Program
8(SEP)."

 

 

9Federal appropriation.....

15,000,000

 

10(22) (Reserved).

 

 

11(23) "Pollution Prevention."

 

 

12Federal appropriation.....

800,000

 

13(24) "Energy and
14Environmental Opportunities."

 

 

15Federal appropriation.....

1,200,000

 

16(25) "Surface Mine
17Conservation."

 

 

18Federal appropriation.....

680,000

 

19For the Chesapeake Bay
20Agricultural Source Abatement.

 

 

21State appropriation.......

 

2,667,000

22The following Federal amounts
23are appropriated to supplement
24the sum appropriated for the
25Chesapeake Bay Pollution
26Abatement Program:

 

 

27(1) "Chesapeake Bay Pollution
28Abatement."

 

 

29Federal appropriation.....

9,200,000

 

30For environmental protection

 

1operations.

 

 

2State appropriation.......

 

83,535,000

3The following Federal amounts
4are appropriated to supplement
5the sum appropriated for
6environmental protection
7operations:

 

 

8(1) "EPA - Planning Grant -
9Administration."

 

 

10Federal appropriation.....

8,400,000

 

11(2) "Water Pollution Control
12Grants."

 

 

13Federal appropriation.....

8,900,000

 

14(3) "Air Pollution Control
15Grants."

 

 

16Federal appropriation.....

5,010,000

 

17(4) "Surface Mine Control and
18Reclamation."

 

 

19Federal appropriation.....

11,344,000

 

20(5) "Training and Education
21of Underground Coal Miners."

 

 

22Federal appropriation.....

1,700,000

 

23(6) "Construction Management
24Assistance Grants."

 

 

25Federal appropriation.....

350,000

 

26(7) "Safe Drinking Water."

 

 

27Federal appropriation.....

5,700,000

 

28(8) "Oil Pollution Spills
29Removal."

 

 

30Federal appropriation.....

1,000,000

 

1For the black fly control
2project.

 

 

3State appropriation.......

 

3,314,000

4For West Nile virus control.

 

 

5State appropriation.......

 

3,824,000

6For sewage facilities planning
7grants.

 

 

8State appropriation.......

 

200,000

9For payment of Pennsylvania's
10share of the expenses of the
11River Master for the Delaware
12River.

 

 

13State appropriation.......

 

76,000

14For support of the Susquehanna
15River Basin Commission.

 

 

16State appropriation.......

 

573,000

17For support of the Interstate
18Commission on the Potomac River
19Basin.

 

 

20State appropriation.......

 

46,000

21For conduct of the Delaware
22River Basin Commission.

 

 

23State appropriation.......

 

434,000

24For support of the Ohio River
25Valley Water Sanitation
26Commission.

 

 

27State appropriation.......

 

136,000

28For support of the Chesapeake
29Bay Commission.

 

 

30State appropriation.......

 

227,000

1For transfer to the
2Conservation District Fund.

 

 

3State appropriation.......

 

2,506,000

4For payment of Pennsylvania's
5share of the costs of the
6Interstate Mining Commission.

 

 

7State appropriation.......

 

30,000

8Section 215. Department of General Services.

9The following amounts are
10appropriated to the Department of
11General Services:

 

 

Federal

 

 

State

12For general government
13operations of the Department of
14General Services.

 

 

15State appropriation.......

 

61,732,000

16For administration and
17operation of the Capitol Police.

 

 

18State appropriation.......

 

11,719,000

19For rental and municipal
20charges.

 

 

21State appropriation.......

 

24,162,000

22For utility costs, including
23implementation of third-party
24shared savings programs.

 

 

25State appropriation.......

 

20,281,000

26For excess insurance coverage.

 

 

27State appropriation.......

 

1,099,000

28For fire protection services
29for the Capitol complex in
30Harrisburg.

 

 

1State appropriation.......

 

496,000

2Section 216. Department of Health.

3The following amounts are
4appropriated to the Department of
5Health:

 

 

Federal

 

 

State

6For general government
7operations of the Department of
8Health.

 

 

9State appropriation.......

 

22,061,000

10The following Federal amounts
11are appropriated to supplement
12the sum appropriated for general
13government operations:

 

 

14(1) "WIC - Administration and
15Operation."

 

 

16Federal appropriation.....

26,128,000

 

17(2) "Health Assessment."

 

 

18Federal appropriation.....

535,000

 

19(3) "PHHSBG - Administration
20and Operation."

 

 

21Federal appropriation.....

1,941,000

 

22(4) (Reserved).

 

 

23(5) "MCHSBG - Administration
24and Operation."

 

 

25Federal appropriation.....

15,472,000

 

26(6) "Adult Blood Lead
27Epidemiology."

 

 

28Federal appropriation.....

108,000

 

29(7) "EMS for Children."

 

 

30Federal appropriation.....

155,000

 

1(8) "TB - Administration and
2Operation."

 

 

3Federal appropriation.....

1,232,000

 

4(9) (Reserved).

 

 

5(10) "Lead - Administration
6and Operation."

 

 

7Federal appropriation.....

1,832,000

 

8(11) "AIDS Health Education
9Administration and Operation."

 

 

10Federal appropriation.....

6,506,000

 

11(12) "Primary Care
12Cooperative Agreements."

 

 

13Federal appropriation.....

313,000

 

14(13) "HIV/AIDS Surveillance."

 

 

15Federal appropriation.....

1,610,000

 

16(14) "HIV Care Administration
17and Operation."

 

 

18Federal appropriation.....

5,331,000

 

19(15) (Reserved).

 

 

20(16) (Reserved).

 

 

21(17) (Reserved).

 

 

22(18) "Cancer Prevention and
23Control."

 

 

24Federal appropriation.....

8,338,000

 

25(19) "Environmental Public
26Health Tracking."

 

 

27Federal appropriation.....

1,100,000

 

28(20) "Health Equity."

 

 

29Federal appropriation.....

225,000

 

30(21) (Reserved).

 

 

1(22) (Reserved).

 

 

2(23) "Strengthening Public
3Health Infrastructure."

 

 

4Federal appropriation.....

863,000

 

5(24) "Special Preparedness
6Initiatives."

 

 

7Federal appropriation.....

500,000

 

8(25) "State Innovation
9Models."

 

 

10Federal appropriation.....

60,000,000

 

11For diabetes programs.

 

 

12State appropriation.......

 

100,000

13For quality assurance.

 

 

14State appropriation.......

 

18,666,000

15The following Federal amounts
16are appropriated to supplement
17the sum appropriated for quality
18assurance:

 

 

19(1) "Medicare - Health
20Service Agency Certification."

 

 

21Federal appropriation.....

11,364,000

 

22(2) "Medicaid Certification."

 

 

23Federal appropriation.....

8,100,000

 

24For chronic care management.

 

 

25State appropriation.......

 

970,000

26For vital statistics.

 

 

27State appropriation.......

 

5,913,000

28The following Federal amounts
29are appropriated to supplement
30the sum appropriated for vital

 

1statistics:

 

 

 

 

 

 

2(1) "Cooperative Health
3Statistics."

 

 

 

 

4Federal appropriation.....

1,800,000

 

5(2) "Health Statistics."

 

 

6Federal appropriation.....

84,000

 

7(3) "Behavioral Risk Factor
8Surveillance System."

 

 

9Federal appropriation.....

703,000

 

10For the State Laboratory.

 

 

11State appropriation.......

 

3,140,000

12The following Federal amounts
13are appropriated to supplement
14the sum appropriated for the
15State Laboratory:

 

 

16(1) "Clinical Laboratory
17Improvement."

 

 

18Federal appropriation.....

678,000

 

19(2) "Epidemiology and
20Laboratory Surveillance and
21Response."

 

 

22Federal appropriation.....

3,433,000

 

23(3) "Food Emergency

24Response."

 

 

25Federal appropriation.....

249,000

 

26For the State health care
27centers.

 

 

28State appropriation.......

 

20,291,000

29The following Federal amounts
30are appropriated to supplement

 

1the sum appropriated for the
2State health care centers:

 

 

3(1) "Disease Control
4Immunization Program."

 

 

5Federal appropriation.....

11,571,000

 

6(2) (Reserved).

 

 

7(3) "PHHSBG - Block Program
8Services."

 

 

9Federal appropriation.....

7,159,000

 

10(4) "Preventive Health
11Special Projects."

 

 

12Federal appropriation.....

2,377,000

 

13(5) "Collaborative Chronic

14Disease Programs."

 

 

15Federal appropriation.....

7,777,000

 

16(6) "Sexual Violence
17Prevention and Education."

 

 

18Federal appropriation.....

1,707,000

 

19For sexually transmitted
20disease screening and treatment.

 

 

21State appropriation.......

 

1,729,000

22The following Federal amounts
23are appropriated to supplement
24the sum appropriated for sexually
25transmitted disease screening and
26treatment:

 

 

27(1) "Survey and Follow-up -
28Sexually Transmitted Diseases."

 

 

29Federal appropriation.....

2,835,000

 

30For the primary health care

 

1practitioner program.

 




 




2State appropriation.......

 

4,671,000

3The following Federal amounts
4are appropriated to supplement
5the sum appropriated for the
6primary health care practitioner
7program:

 

 

8(1) "Loan Repayment Program."

 

 

9Federal appropriation.....

312,000

 

10(2) (Reserved).

 

 

11For community-based health
12care subsidy.

 

 

13State appropriation.......

 

5,000,000

14For screening of newborns.

 

 

15State appropriation.......

 

4,110,000

16For cancer screening services.

 

 

17State appropriation.......

 

2,563,000

18For AIDS programs and special
19pharmaceutical services.

 

 

20State appropriation.......

 

17,436,000

21The following Federal amounts
22are appropriated to supplement
23the sum appropriated for AIDS
24programs and special
25pharmaceutical services:

 

 

26(1) "AIDS Health Education
27Program."

 

 

28Federal appropriation.....

3,113,000

 

29(2) "AIDS -- Ryan White and
30HIV Care."

 

 

1Federal appropriation.....

56,669,000

 

2(3) "Housing for Persons with
3AIDS."

 

 

4Federal appropriation.....

2,538,000

 

5For regional cancer
6institutes.

 

 

7State appropriation.......

 

600,000

8For reimbursement to school
9districts on account of health
10services.

 

 

11State appropriation.......

 

36,620,000

12For maintenance of local
13health departments.

 

 

14State appropriation.......

 

25,421,000

15For local health departments
16for environmental health
17services.

 

 

18State appropriation.......

 

6,989,000

19For maternal and child health
20services.

 

 

21State appropriation.......

 

651,000

22The following Federal amounts
23are appropriated to supplement
24the sum appropriated for maternal
25and child health:

 

 

26(1) "MCH Lead Poisoning
27Prevention and Abatement."

 

 

28Federal appropriation.....

2,050,000

 

29(2) (Reserved).

 

 

30(3) "MCHSBG - Program

 

1Services."

 

 

2Federal appropriation.....

17,035,000

 

3(4) "Special Supplemental
4Food Service Program for Women,
5Infants and Children (WIC)." In
6addition to the specific amounts
7appropriated herein, all other
8moneys received from the Federal
9Government for the Special
10Supplemental Food Service Program
11for Women, Infants and Children
12are hereby appropriated to the
13program.

 

 

14Federal appropriation.....

276,112,000

 

15(5) "Abstinence Education."

 

 

16Federal appropriation.....

2,576,000

 

17(6) "Traumatic Brain Injury."

 

 

18Federal appropriation.....

370,000

 

19(7) (Reserved).

 

 

20(8) (Reserved).

 

 

21(9) "Family Health Special
22Projects."

 

 

23Federal appropriation.....

600,000

 

24(10) "Screening Newborns."

 

 

25Federal appropriation.....

744,000

 

26(11) (Reserved).

 

 

27(12) "Newborn Hearing
28Screening and Intervention."

 

 

 

 

29Federal appropriation.....

316,000

 

30(13) "Teenage Pregnancy

 

1Prevention."

 

 

2Federal appropriation.....

3,892,000

 

3For tuberculosis screening and
4treatment.

 

 

5State appropriation.......

 

874,000

6The following Federal amounts
7are appropriated to supplement
8the sum appropriated for
9tuberculosis screening and
10treatment:

 

 

11(1) "Tuberculosis Control
12Program."

 

 

13Federal appropriation.....

385,000

 

14For renal dialysis services.

 

 

15State appropriation.......

 

6,779,000

16For services to children with
17special needs.

 

 

18State appropriation.......

 

1,551,000

19For adult cystic fibrosis and
20other chronic respiratory
21illnesses.

 

 

22State appropriation.......

 

750,000

23For diagnosis and treatment
24for Cooley's anemia.

 

 

25State appropriation.......

 

100,000

26For hemophilia services.

 

 

27State appropriation.......

 

959,000

28For lupus programs.

 

 

29State appropriation.......

 

100,000

30For sickle cell anemia

 

1services, including camps for
2children with sickle cell anemia.

 

 

3State appropriation.......

 

1,260,000

4For regional poison control
5centers.

 

 

6State appropriation.......

 

700,000

7For trauma prevention.

 

 

8State appropriation.......

 

425,000

9For epilepsy support services.

 

 

10State appropriation.......

 

550,000

11For biotechnology research.

 

 

12State appropriation.......

 

5,300,000

13For Tourette's Syndrome.

 

 

14State appropriation.......

 

150,000

15For amyotrophic lateral
16sclerosis support services.

 

 

17State appropriation.......

 

350,000

18Section 217. Insurance Department.

19The following amounts are
20appropriated to the Insurance
21Department:

 

 

Federal

 

 

State

22The following Federal amounts
23are appropriated to the Insurance
24Department:

 

 

25(1) "High-Risk Pool
26Administration."

 

 

27Federal appropriation.....

100,000

 

28(2) "Consumer Assistance
29Program."

 

 

30Federal appropriation.....

1,098,000

 

1(3) "PA Exchange Grant."

 

 

2Federal appropriation.....

1,900,000

 

3For Children's Health
4Insurance Administration.

 

 

5State appropriation.......

 

6,473,000

6The following Federal amounts
7are appropriated to supplement
8the sum appropriated for
9children's health insurance
10administration:

 

 

11(1) "Children's Health
12Insurance Administration."

 

 

13Federal appropriation.....

13,503,000

 

14For children's health
15insurance.

 

 

16State appropriation.......

 

111,094,000

17The following Federal amounts
18are appropriated to supplement
19the sum appropriated for
20children's health insurance:

 

 

21(1) "Children's Health
22Insurance Program."

 

 

23Federal appropriation.....

307,536,000

 

24(2) (Reserved).

 

 

25The following Federal amounts
26are appropriated to supplement
27the sum appropriated for the
28Insurance Department:

 

 

29(1) "High-Risk Pool."

 

 

30Federal appropriation.....

3,000,000

 

1(2) "Health Insurance Premium
2Review."

 

 

3Federal appropriation.....

1,437,000

 

4Section 218. Department of Labor and Industry.

5The following amounts are
6appropriated to the Department of
7Labor and Industry:

 

 

Federal

 

 

State

8For general government
9operations of the Department of
10Labor and Industry.

 

 

11State appropriation.......

 

12,719,000

12The following Federal amounts
13are appropriated to supplement
14the sum appropriated for general
15government operations:

 

 

16(1) "Workforce Investment Act
17- Administration."

 

 

18Federal appropriation.....

11,000,000

 

19(2) (Reserved).

 

 

20(3) "Community Service and
21Corps."

 

 

22Federal appropriation.....

11,608,000

 

23(4) (Reserved).

 

 

24(5) "Disability
25Determination."

 

 

26Federal appropriation.....

133,474,000

 

27(6) "New Hires."

 

 

28Federal appropriation.....

1,581,000

 

29For occupational and
30industrial safety.

 

 

1State appropriation.......

 

11,228,000

2For occupational disease
3payments.

 

 

4State appropriation.......

 

678,000

5For transfer to the Vocational
6Rehabilitation Fund for work of
7the State Board of Vocational
8Rehabilitation.

 

 

9State appropriation.......

 

40,473,000

10For supported employment.

 

 

11State appropriation.......

 

397,000

12For centers for independent
13living, including independent
14living services purchased by
15Office of Vocational
16Rehabilitation District Offices.

 

 

 

 

17State appropriation.......

 

1,912,000

18To carry out the provisions of 
19section 306(h) of the act of June 
202, 1915 (P.L.736, No.338), known 
21as the Workers' Compensation Act.

 

 

22State appropriation.......

 

799,000

23For Keystone Works.

 

 

24State appropriation.......

 

100,000

25For Assistive Technology
26Devices.

 

 

27State appropriation.......

 

400,000

28For Assistive Technology
29Demonstration and Training.

 

 

30State appropriation.......

 

399,000

1The following Federal amounts
2are appropriated for employment
3services:

 

 

4(1) "Reed Act - Unemployment