S1350B2052A07925 DMS:CMD 11/19/20 #90 A07925
AMENDMENTS TO SENATE BILL NO. 1350
Sponsor: REPRESENTATIVE SAYLOR
Printer's No. 2052
Amend Bill, page 1, lines 1 through 31; pages 2 through 4,
lines 1 through 30; page 5, lines 1 through 3; by striking out
all of said lines on said pages and inserting
To the act of May 29, 2020 (P.L. , No.1A), entitled "An act to
provide appropriations from the General Fund for the expenses
of the Executive, Legislative and Judicial Departments of the
Commonwealth, the public debt and the public schools for the
fiscal year July 1, 2020, to June 30, 2021, and for the
payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid at the close
of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2020; to provide
appropriations from special funds and accounts to the
Executive and Judicial Departments for the fiscal year July
1, 2020, to June 30, 2021, and for the payment of bills
remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June
30, 2020; to provide for the appropriation of Federal funds
to the Executive and Judicial Departments for the fiscal year
July 1, 2020, to June 30, 2021, and for the payment of bills
remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June
30, 2020; and to provide for the additional appropriation of
Federal and State funds to the Executive and Judicial
Departments for the fiscal year July 1, 2019, to June 30,
2020, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining
unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019,"
further providing for additional appropriations and
replacement of appropriations from the General Fund and other
funds and accounts for the expenses of the Executive,
Legislative and Judicial Departments for the fiscal year July
1, 2020, to June 30, 2021, and for the payment of bills
incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year
ending June 30, 2020.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART I. GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 101. Short title.
Section 101.1. Intent.
Section 102. Definitions.
Section 103. Abbreviations.
Section 104. State appropriations.
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Section 105. Federal appropriations.
PART II. ADDITIONAL GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS FOR
CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
SUBPART A. GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 201. Construction with other appropriation acts.
SUBPART B. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
Section 201.1. Governor.
Section 202. Executive Offices.
Section 203. Lieutenant Governor.
Section 204. Attorney General.
Section 205. Auditor General.
Section 206. Treasury Department.
Section 207. Department of Aging.
Section 208. Department of Agriculture.
Section 209. Department of Community and Economic Development.
Section 210. (Reserved).
Section 211. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
Section 212. Department of Criminal Justice.
Section 213. (Reserved).
Section 214. Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs.
Section 215. Department of Education.
Section 216. (Reserved).
Section 217. (Reserved).
Section 218. (Reserved).
Section 219. Department of Environmental Protection.
Section 220. Department of General Services.
Section 221. Department of Health.
Section 222. Department of Human Services.
Section 223. (Reserved).
Section 224. Department of Labor and Industry.
Section 225. Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.
Section 226. Department of Revenue.
Section 227. Department of State.
Section 228. Department of Transportation.
Section 229. Pennsylvania State Police.
Section 230. (Reserved).
Section 231. Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency.
Section 232. Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.
Section 233. (Reserved).
Section 234. Environmental Hearing Board.
Section 235. (Reserved).
Section 236. Health Care Cost Containment Council.
Section 237. State Ethics Commission.
SUBPART C. JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT
Section 241. Supreme Court.
Section 242. Superior Court.
Section 243. Commonwealth Court.
Section 244. Courts of common pleas.
Section 245. Community courts - magisterial district judges.
Section 246. (Reserved).
Section 247. Philadelphia Municipal Court.
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Section 248. Judicial Conduct Board.
Section 249. Court of Judicial Discipline.
Section 250. Juror cost reimbursement.
Section 251. County court reimbursement.
SUBPART D. GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Section 261. Senate.
Section 262. House of Representatives.
SUBPART E. GOVERNMENT SUPPORT AGENCIES
Section 271. Legislative Reference Bureau.
Section 272. Legislative Budget and Finance Committee.
Section 273. Legislative Data Processing Committee.
Section 274. Joint State Government Commission.
Section 275. Local Government Commission.
Section 276. (Reserved).
Section 277. Legislative Audit Advisory Commission.
Section 278. Independent Regulatory Review Commission.
Section 279. Capitol Preservation Committee.
Section 280. Pennsylvania Commission on Sentencing.
Section 281. Center for Rural Pennsylvania.
Section 282. Commonwealth Mail Processing Center.
Section 283. Legislative Reapportionment Commission.
Section 284. Independent Fiscal Office.
PART III. REPLACEMENT OF GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS
FOR CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
SUBPART A. GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 301. Construction with other appropriation acts.
SUBPART B. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
Section 311. (Reserved).
Section 312. (Reserved).
Section 313. (Reserved).
Section 314. (Reserved).
Section 315. Department of Education.
Section 316. (Reserved).
Section 317. (Reserved).
Section 318. (Reserved).
Section 319. (Reserved).
Section 320. (Reserved).
Section 321. (Reserved).
Section 322. Department of Human Services.
Section 323. (Reserved).
Section 324. (Reserved).
Section 325. Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.
PART IV. ADDITIONAL STATE LOTTERY FUND APPROPRIATIONS FOR
CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
SUBPART A. GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 401. Construction with other appropriation acts.
SUBPART B. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
Section 401.1. Department of Aging.
PART V. ADDITIONAL MOTOR LICENSE FUND APPROPRIATIONS FOR
CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
SUBPART A. GENERAL PROVISIONS
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Section 501. Construction with other appropriation acts.
SUBPART B. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
Section 528. Department of Transportation.
PART VI. ADDITIONAL TOBACCO SETTLEMENT FUND
APPROPRIATIONS FOR CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
SUBPART A. GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 601. Construction with other appropriation acts.
SUBPART B. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
Section 602. Department of Human Services.
PART VII. COVID-19 RESPONSE RESTRICTED ACCOUNT
FEDERAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
SUBPART A. GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 701. (Reserved).
SUBPART B. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
Section 711. (Reserved).
Section 712. Department of Criminal Justice.
Section 713. (Reserved).
Section 714. (Reserved).
Section 715. (Reserved).
Section 716. (Reserved).
Section 717. (Reserved).
Section 718. (Reserved).
Section 719. (Reserved).
Section 720. (Reserved).
Section 721. Department of Health.
Section 722. Department of Human Services.
Section 723. (Reserved).
Section 724. (Reserved).
Section 725. (Reserved).
Section 726. (Reserved).
Section 727. (Reserved).
Section 728. (Reserved).
Section 729. Pennsylvania State Police.
PART VIII. REPLACEMENT OF OIL AND GAS LEASE
FUND APPROPRIATIONS FOR CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
SUBPART A. GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 801. Construction with other appropriation acts.
SUBPART B. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
Section 802. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
PART IX. ADDITIONAL STATE RACING FUND
APPROPRIATIONS FOR CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
SUBPART A. GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 901. Construction with other appropriation acts.
SUBPART B. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
Section 902. Department of Agriculture.
PART XI. ADDITIONAL FIREARM RECORDS CHECK FUND
APPROPRIATIONS FOR CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
SUBPART A. GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 1101. Construction with other appropriation acts.
SUBPART B. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
Section 1102. Pennsylvania State Police.
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PART LI. REPLACEMENT OF GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS
FOR PRIOR FISCAL YEAR
SUBPART A. GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 5101. Construction with General Appropriation Act of
2020.
Section 5102. State appropriations.
Section 5103. Federal appropriations.
SUBPART B. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
Section 5111. Department of Aging.
Section 5112. Department of Community and Economic Development.
Section 5113. Department of Education.
Section 5114. Department of Health.
Section 5115. Department of Human Services.
Section 5116. Department of Labor and Industry.
Section 5117. Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.
SUBPART C. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
FOR PRIOR FISCAL YEAR
Section 5171. Lapsing of unused funds.
PART LXI. SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR FEDERAL FUNDS
FOR CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
Section 6101. General Fund repository for Federal funds.
Section 6102. (Reserved).
Section 6103. Appropriation of prior unspent Federal funds.
Section 6104. Subgrants between Federal appropriations.
Section 6105. Utilization of emergency Federal funds.
PART LXXI. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS FOR CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
Section 7101. Prior laws unaffected.
Section 7102. Compliance with other law before funds available.
Section 7103. Contracts prerequisite to encumbering or
committing funds.
Section 7104. Minority business set-asides.
Section 7105. (Reserved).
Section 7106. Lapsing of unused funds.
Section 7107. Construction with prior appropriation acts.
PART LXXXI. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
Section 8101. Retroactivity.
Section 8102. Effective date.
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PART I
GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 101. Short title.
This act shall be known and may be cited as the Supplement to
the General Appropriation Act of 2020.
Section 101.1. Intent.
It is the intent of this general appropriation act to provide
funding for the remainder of fiscal year July 1, 2020, to June
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Section 102. Definitions.
The definitions in the act of May 29, 2020 (P.L. , No.1A),
known as the General Appropriation Act of 2020, shall apply to
this act.
Section 103. Abbreviations.
The abbreviations in the act of May 29, 2020 (P.L. , No.1A),
known as the General Appropriation Act of 2020, shall apply to
this act, and the following abbreviations when used in this act
shall have the meanings given to them in this section unless the
context clearly indicates otherwise:
"CDBG." Community Development Block Grant.
"ESG." Emergency Solutions Grant.
"LIHEAP." Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program.
Section 104. State appropriations.
(a) General Fund.--Except as provided in Part LI, the sums
specified in this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary,
are specifically appropriated from the General Fund to agencies
of the Executive, Legislative and Judicial Departments of the
Commonwealth for the payment of salaries, wages or other
compensation and travel expenses of the duly elected or
appointed officers and employees of the Commonwealth, for the
payment of fees for contractual services rendered, for the
purchase or rental of goods and services, printing, public
advertising by or through any medium, equipment, land and
buildings and for payment of any other expenses, as provided by
law or by this act, necessary for the proper conduct of the
duties, functions and activities and for the purposes specified
in this act for the current fiscal year and for the payment of
bills incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of the prior
fiscal year.
(b) Special funds and accounts.--Except as provided in Part
LI, the sums specified in this act, or as much thereof as may be
necessary, are specifically appropriated from the special funds
and accounts in the state treasury to agencies of the Executive
Department of the Commonwealth for the payment of salaries,
wages or other compensation and travel expenses of the duly
appointed officers and employees of the Commonwealth, for the
payment of fees for contractual services rendered, for the
purchase or rental of goods and services and for payment of any
other expenses, as provided by law or by this act, necessary for
the proper conduct of the duties, functions and activities and
for the purposes specified in this act for the current fiscal
year and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid
at the close of the prior fiscal year.
Section 105. Federal appropriations.
Except as otherwise provided in section 5103, the Federal
appropriations specified in this act, or as much thereof as may
be necessary, are specifically appropriated to the agencies of
the Executive Department of the Commonwealth specified in this
act for the payment of the expenses of implementing and carrying
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out the programs specified in this act for the current fiscal
year and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid
at the close of the prior fiscal year. Unless otherwise stated,
the Federal appropriations include any carryovers from the prior
fiscal year.
PART II
ADDITIONAL GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS FOR
CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
SUBPART A
GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 201. Construction with other appropriation acts.
All appropriations contained in this part from the General
Fund shall be in addition to any appropriation under the act of
May 29, 2020 (P.L. , No.1A), known as the General Appropriation
Act of 2020, and the act of May 29, 2020 (P.L. , No.2A), known
as the COVID-19 Emergency Supplement to the General
Appropriation Act of 2019.
SUBPART B
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
Section 201.1. Governor.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Governor for the
current fiscal year: Federal State
For the Office of the
Governor: including the
maintenance of the Governor's
Home, the expense of
entertainment of official guests
and members of the General
Assembly and the Judiciary,
participation in the Governor's
Conference, the expenses of the
Executive Board and the payment
of traveling expenses of persons
other than employees of the
Commonwealth appointed by the
Governor to represent or
otherwise serve the Commonwealth.
State appropriation....... 3,843,000
Section 202. Executive Offices.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Executive Offices for
the current fiscal year: Federal State
For the Office of
Administration.
State appropriation....... 5,595,000
For the Inspector General.
State appropriation....... 2,515,000
For investigation of welfare
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fraud activities.
State appropriation....... 6,788,000
For the Office of the Budget.
State appropriation....... 10,788,000
For audit of the Auditor
General.
State appropriation....... 58,000
For the Office of General
Counsel.
State appropriation....... 3,165,000
For the Pennsylvania Human
Relations Commission.
State appropriation....... 5,793,000
For the Council on the Arts.
State appropriation....... 499,000
For the Juvenile Court Judges
Commission.
State appropriation....... 1,712,000
For the Pennsylvania
Commission on Crime and
Delinquency.
State appropriation....... 5,571,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for the
Pennsylvania Commission on Crime
and Delinquency:
(1) "Prosecuting Cold Cases
Using DNA."
Federal appropriation..... 446,000
(2) "Targeted Violence and
Terrorism Prevention."
Federal appropriation..... 525,000
(3) "Comprehensive Opioid
Abuse Site-Based Program."
Federal appropriation..... 1,000,000
(4) "NICS Act Record
Improvement Program (NARIP)."
Federal appropriation..... 245,000
For Office of Safe Schools
Advocate.
State appropriation....... 221,000
For victims of juvenile
offenders.
State appropriation....... 758,000
For improvement of adult
probation services.
State appropriation....... 9,462,000
For violence and delinquency
prevention programs.
State appropriation....... 2,350,000
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For intermediate punishment
treatment programs.
State appropriation....... 10,597,000
For juvenile probation
services.
State appropriation....... 11,051,000
For grants to the arts.
State appropriation....... 5,594,000
For law enforcement
activities.
State appropriation....... 1,750,000
For transfer from the General
Fund to the Nonprofit Security
Grant Fund.
State appropriation....... 5,000,000
Section 203. Lieutenant Governor.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Lieutenant Governor
for the current fiscal year: Federal State
For the Office of the
Lieutenant Governor, including
payment of expenses of the
residence at the Edward Martin
Military Reservation.
State appropriation....... 767,000
For the Board of Pardons.
State appropriation....... 518,000
Section 204. Attorney General.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Attorney General for
the current fiscal year: Federal State
For general government
operations of the Office of
Attorney General.
State appropriation....... 26,867,000
For drug law enforcement.
State appropriation....... 28,353,000
For a joint local-State
firearm task force in a city of
the first class.
State appropriation....... 3,949,000
For witness relocation
programs.
State appropriation....... 709,000
For Child Predator
Interception Unit.
State appropriation....... 3,040,000
For tobacco law enforcement.
State appropriation....... 858,000
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For trials resulting from
indictments by multicounty grand
juries.
State appropriation....... 117,000
For school safety.
State appropriation....... 957,000
Section 205. Auditor General.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Auditor General for
the current fiscal year: Federal State
For the Department of the
Auditor General for postauditing,
annually, periodically or
specially, the affairs of any
department, board or commission
which is supported out of the
General Fund, district justices,
other fining offices, volunteer
firemen's relief association
funds and the offices of
Statewide elected officials and
for the proper auditing of
appropriations for or relating to
public assistance, including any
Federal sums supplementing such
appropriations.
State appropriation....... 20,491,000
For the Board of Claims.
State appropriation....... 1,084,000
For special financial audits.
State appropriation....... 292,000
Section 206. Treasury Department.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Treasury Department
for the current fiscal year: Federal State
For general government
operations of the Treasury
Department, including the
administration of Article XIII.1
of the act of April 9, 1929
(P.L.343, No.176), known as The
Fiscal Code.
State appropriation....... 20,468,000
For the Board of Finance and
Revenue.
State appropriation....... 1,656,000
For information technology
cyber security.
State appropriation....... 583,000
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For payment of law enforcement
and emergency response personnel
death benefits.
State appropriation....... 1,738,000
For general obligation debt
service or to pay all arbitrage
rebates to the Federal Government
required under section 148 of the
Internal Revenue Code of 1986
(Public Law 99-514, 26 U.S.C. ยง
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State appropriation....... 32,433,000
Section 207. Department of Aging.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Department of Aging
for the current fiscal year: Federal State
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for aging
services:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Attendant Care."
Federal appropriation..... 10,000
Section 208. Department of Agriculture.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Department of
Agriculture for the current
fiscal year: Federal State
For general government
operations of the Department of
Agriculture.
State appropriation....... 19,073,000
For agricultural preparedness
and response.
State appropriation....... 1,333,000
For agricultural excellence
programs.
State appropriation....... 1,633,000
For agricultural business and
workforce investment.
State appropriation....... 2,625,000
For agricultural research.
State appropriation....... 1,276,000
For agricultural promotion,
education and exports.
State appropriation....... 323,000
For hardwoods research and
promotion.
State appropriation....... 276,000
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For livestock and consumer
health protection.
State appropriation....... 583,000
For Animal Health and
Diagnostic Commission.
State appropriation....... 1,167,000
For development and operation
of an open livestock show,
including cattle, swine, sheep
and horses.
State appropriation....... 125,000
For planning and staging of an
open dairy show.
State appropriation....... 125,000
For youth shows.
State appropriation....... 99,000
For food marketing and
research.
State appropriation....... 288,000
For transfer from the General
Fund to the Nutrient Management
Fund.
State appropriation....... 3,617,000
For transfer from the General
Fund to the Conservation District
Fund.
State appropriation....... 507,000
For transfer from the General
Fund to the Pennsylvania
Preferred Trademark Licensing
Fund.
State appropriation....... 1,870,000
Section 209. Department of Community and Economic Development.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Department of
Community and Economic
Development for the current
fiscal year: Federal State
For general government
operations of the Department of
Community and Economic
Development.
State appropriation....... 10,954,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for general
government operations:
(1) "COVID - CDBG -
Administration."
Federal appropriation..... 3,781,000
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(2) "COVID - ESG -
Administration."
Federal appropriation..... 1,347,000
(3) "COVID - LIHEAP -
Administration."
Federal appropriation..... 150,000
(4) "CSBG - Administration."
Federal appropriation..... 1,000,000
For the Center for Local
Government Services.
State appropriation....... 2,431,000
For the Office of Open
Records.
State appropriation....... 1,901,000
For the Office of
International Business
Development.
State appropriation....... 3,384,000
For the purpose of marketing
to attract tourists to this
Commonwealth.
State appropriation....... 10,601,000
For the purpose of marketing
to attract business to this
Commonwealth.
State appropriation....... 1,171,000
For the prevention of military
base realignment and closure.
State appropriation....... 322,000
For Intergovernmental
Cooperation Authority - third
class cities.
State appropriation....... 58,000
For transfer from the General
Fund to the Municipalities
Financial Recovery Revolving Aid
Fund.
State appropriation....... 2,625,000
For transfer from the General
Fund to the Ben Franklin
Technology Development Authority
Fund. Not less than 80% of this
amount shall be provided to the
Ben Franklin Technology Partners.
State appropriation....... 8,458,000
For Pennsylvania First.
State appropriation....... 6,667,000
For the Municipal Assistance
Program.
State appropriation....... 318,000
For the Keystone Communities
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State appropriation....... 15,444,000
For the State Facility Closure
Transition Program.
State appropriation....... 2,916,000
For partnerships for regional
economic performance.
State appropriation....... 5,763,000
For Manufacturing PA.
State appropriation....... 7,000,000
For the Strategic Management
Planning Program.
State appropriation....... 1,381,000
For tourism promotion related
to accredited zoos.
State appropriation....... 467,000
For the Pennsylvania
Infrastructure Technology
Assistance Program.
State appropriation....... 1,167,000
For Super Computer Center
projects.
State appropriation....... 292,000
For powdered metals.
State appropriation....... 58,000
For a rural leadership
training program.
State appropriation....... 58,000
For grants to issuing
authorities under the
Infrastructure and Facilities
Improvement Program.
State appropriation....... 5,833,000
For public television
technology.
State appropriation....... 437,000
For food access initiative.
State appropriation....... 583,000
For local municipal relief.
State appropriation....... 14,526,000
Section 210. (Reserved).
Section 211. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Department of
Conservation and Natural
Resources for the current fiscal
year: Federal State
For general government
operations of the Department of
Conservation and Natural
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State appropriation....... 15,657,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for general
government operations:
(1) "Topographic and Geologic
Survey Grants."
Federal appropriation..... 300,000
For State parks operations.
State appropriation....... 27,050,000
For State forests operations
and forest pest management.
State appropriation....... 25,708,000
For heritage and other parks.
State appropriation....... 2,487,000
For parks and forests
infrastructure projects.
State appropriation....... 525,000
Section 212. Department of Criminal Justice.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Department of
Criminal Justice for the current
fiscal year: Federal State
For general government
operations of the Department of
Criminal Justice.
State appropriation....... 25,613,000
For medical care.
State appropriation....... 107,857,000
For correctional education and
training.
State appropriation....... 23,871,000
For the State correctional
institutions.
State appropriation....... 256,782,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for State
correctional institutions:
(1) "Second Chance Act."
Federal appropriation..... 681,000
For State field supervision.
State appropriation....... 82,943,000
For Pennsylvania Parole Board.
State appropriation....... 6,816,000
For the State Sexual Offenders
Assessment Board.
State appropriation....... 3,794,000
Section 213. (Reserved).
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Section 214. Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Department of Drug
and Alcohol Programs for the
current fiscal year: Federal State
For general government
operations of the Department of
Drug and Alcohol Programs.
State appropriation....... 1,513,000
For assistance to drug and
alcohol programs.
State appropriation....... 26,094,000
Section 215. Department of Education.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Department of
Education for the current fiscal
year: Federal State
For general government
operations of the Department of
Education.
State appropriation....... 14,649,000
For the Drug and Alcohol
Recovery High School Pilot
Program State share of tuition
payments.
State appropriation....... 146,000
For information and technology
improvement.
State appropriation....... 2,182,000
For PA assessment.
State appropriation....... 23,210,000
For the State Library,
providing reference services and
administering aid to public
libraries.
State appropriation....... 1,288,000
For programs of education and
training at youth development
centers and the monitoring of
programs of education and
training provided to incarcerated
juveniles.
State appropriation....... 4,831,000
For payment of basic education
funding to school districts.
State appropriation....... 63,116,000
For mobile science and
mathematics education programs.
State appropriation....... 2,750,000
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For teacher professional
development.
State appropriation....... 2,832,000
For adult and family literacy
programs, summer reading programs
and the adult high school
diplomas program.
State appropriation....... 7,277,000
For payments for early
intervention services.
State appropriation....... 189,875,000
For payment for tuition to
school districts providing
education to nonresident orphaned
children placed in private homes
by the court and nonresident
inmates of children's
institutions.
State appropriation....... 28,000,000
For payments in lieu of taxes.
State appropriation....... 2,000
For payment for maintenance of
summer schools for school-age
children of migrant laborers,
including child-care services.
State appropriation....... 498,000
For payments to Pennsylvania
Chartered Schools for Deaf and
Blind Children.
State appropriation....... 28,377,000
For special education -
approved private schools.
State appropriation....... 44,784,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for school
food services:
(1) "COVID -Food and
Nutrition Emergency Relief."
Federal appropriation..... 120,000,000
For payment of the
Commonwealth's share of Federal
Social Security taxes for certain
public school employees.
State appropriation....... 8,900,000
For a subsidy to public
libraries.
State appropriation....... 34,691,000
For aid to the Free Library of
Philadelphia and the Carnegie
Library of Pittsburgh to meet the
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regional libraries in the
distribution of braille reading
materials, talking book machines
and other reading materials to
persons who are blind or
otherwise disabled.
State appropriation....... 1,497,000
For library access.
State appropriation....... 1,791,000
For job training and education
programs.
State appropriation....... 20,620,000
For trauma-informed education.
State appropriation....... 437,000
Section 216. (Reserved).
Section 217. (Reserved).
Section 218. (Reserved.
Section 219. Department of Environmental Protection.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Department of
Environmental Protection for the
current fiscal year: Federal State
For general government
operations of the Department of
Environmental Protection.
State appropriation....... 8,729,000
For environmental program
management.
State appropriation....... 18,452,000
For Chesapeake Bay
agricultural source abatement.
State appropriation....... 1,696,000
For environmental protection
operations.
State appropriation....... 54,215,000
For the black fly control
project.
State appropriation....... 1,948,000
For West Nile virus and Zika
virus control.
State appropriation....... 3,104,000
For Delaware River master.
State appropriation....... 22,000
For Susquehanna River Basin
Commission.
State appropriation....... 119,000
For Interstate Commission on
the Potomac River.
State appropriation....... 13,000
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For Delaware River Basin
Commission.
State appropriation....... 127,000
For Ohio River Valley Water
Sanitation Commission.
State appropriation....... 40,000
For Chesapeake Bay Commission.
State appropriation....... 175,000
For transfer to the
Conservation District Fund.
State appropriation....... 1,462,000
For Interstate Mining
Commission.
State appropriation....... 9,000
Section 220. Department of General Services.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Department of General
Services for the current fiscal
year: Federal State
For general government
operations of the Department of
General Services.
State appropriation....... 30,901,000
For administration and
operation of the Capitol Police.
State appropriation....... 7,298,000
For rental, relocation and
municipal charges.
State appropriation....... 11,351,000
For utility costs, including
implementation of third-party
shared savings programs.
State appropriation....... 14,468,000
For excess insurance coverage.
State appropriation....... 456,000
For fire protection services
for the Capitol complex in
Harrisburg.
State appropriation....... 2,917,000
Section 221. Department of Health.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Department of Health
for the current fiscal year: Federal State
For general government
operations of the Department of
Health.
State appropriation....... 10,871,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
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government operations:
(1) "COVID - Health
Assessment."
Federal appropriation..... 103,000
(2) "COVID - Public Health
Emergency Preparedness and
Response."
Federal appropriation..... 4,665,000
For diabetes programs.
State appropriation....... 117,000
For quality assurance.
State appropriation....... 13,296,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for quality
assurance:
(1) "COVID - Medicare -
Health Service Agency
Certification."
Federal appropriation..... 2,185,000
(2) "COVID - Medicaid
Certification."
Federal appropriation..... 1,750,000
For health innovation.
State appropriation....... 349,000
For vital statistics.
State appropriation....... 58,000
For the State Laboratory.
State appropriation....... 2,456,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for the
State Laboratory:
(1) "COVID - Epidemiology and
Laboratory Surveillance and
Response."
Federal appropriation..... 29,223,000
For the State Health Care
Centers.
State appropriation....... 2,677,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for State
health care centers:
(1) "COVID - Disease Control
Immunization."
Federal appropriation..... 6,412,000
For sexually transmitted
disease screening and treatment.
State appropriation....... 1,002,000
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For the Achieving Better Care
by Monitoring All Prescriptions
Program.
State appropriation....... 1,578,000
For primary health care
practitioner.
State appropriation....... 2,654,000
For community-based health
care subsidy.
State appropriation....... 1,167,000
For screening of newborns.
State appropriation....... 4,137,000
For cancer screening services.
State appropriation....... 1,495,000
For AIDS programs and special
pharmaceutical services.
State appropriation....... 5,566,000
For regional cancer
institutes.
State appropriation....... 700,000
For reimbursement to school
districts on account of health
services.
State appropriation....... 20,195,000
For local health departments
for environmental health
services.
State appropriation....... 1,394,000
For maternal and child health
services.
State appropriation....... 436,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for maternal
and child health services:
(1) "COVID - Screening
Newborns."
Federal appropriation..... 360,000
For tuberculosis screening and
treatment.
State appropriation....... 533,000
For renal dialysis services.
State appropriation....... 3,675,000
For services to children with
special needs.
State appropriation....... 1,008,000
For adult cystic fibrosis and
other chronic respiratory
illnesses.
State appropriation....... 437,000
For diagnosis and treatment
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for Cooley's anemia.
State appropriation....... 58,000
For hemophilia services.
State appropriation....... 559,000
For lupus programs.
State appropriation....... 58,000
For sickle cell anemia
services, including camps for
children with sickle cell anemia.
State appropriation....... 735,000
For Lyme disease.
State appropriation....... 1,750,000
For regional poison control
centers.
State appropriation....... 408,000
For trauma prevention.
State appropriation....... 268,000
For epilepsy support services.
State appropriation....... 321,000
For biotechnology research.
State appropriation....... 4,492,000
For Tourette's syndrome.
State appropriation....... 87,000
For amyotrophic lateral
sclerosis support services.
State appropriation....... 496,000
For leukemia/lymphoma.
State appropriation....... 117,000
Section 222. Department of Human Services.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Department of Human
Services for the current fiscal
year: Federal State
For general government
operations of the Department of
Human Services.
State appropriation....... 61,283,000
For information systems.
State appropriation....... 49,986,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for
information systems:
(1) "COVID- CHIP -
Information Systems."
Federal appropriation..... 301,000
For Statewide operations
related to county administration
of the public assistance and
medical assistance programs.
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State appropriation....... 26,334,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for
Statewide operations related to
county administration of the
public assistance and medical
assistance programs:
(1) "Children's Health
Insurance Program."
Federal appropriation..... 1,700,000
For county assistance office
operations related to
administration of the public
assistance and medical assistance
programs.
State appropriation....... 140,807,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for county
assistance office operations
related to administration of the
public assistance and medical
assistance programs:
(1) "Medical Assistance -
County Assistance Offices."
Federal appropriation..... 45,000,000
For children's health
insurance administration.
State appropriation....... 226,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for
children's health insurance
administration:
(1) "COVID - Children's
Health Insurance Administration."
Federal appropriation..... 529,000
For child support enforcement.
State appropriation....... 9,459,000
For New Directions.
State appropriation....... 8,591,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for New
Directions:
(1) "Medical Assistance - New
Directions."
Federal appropriation..... 7,000,000
For youth development
institutions and forestry camps.
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State appropriation....... 8,341,000
For mental health services,
including grants to counties or
other county-based human
services, included under the
Human Services Block Grant
Program, exclusive of capital
improvements.
State appropriation....... 490,043,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for mental
health services:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Mental Health."
Federal appropriation..... 21,168,000
(2) "COVID - Direct Relief to
Providers/State Hospitals."
Federal appropriation..... 2,187,000
(3) "COVID - Crisis
Counseling."
Federal appropriation..... 1,127,000
For intellectual disabilities
- State centers.
State appropriation....... 53,208,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for
intellectual disabilities - State
centers:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - State Centers."
Federal appropriation..... 15,623,000
(2) "COVID - Direct Relief to
Providers/State Centers."
Federal appropriation..... 363,000
(3) "Medical Assistance -
State Centers."
Federal appropriation..... 3,264,000
For cash assistance grants,
including employment and training
and supportive services for cash
assistance recipients.
State appropriation....... 6,120,000
For supplemental grants to
aged, blind and disabled persons.
State appropriation....... 70,614,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for medical
assistance - capitation plans:
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(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Capitation."
Federal appropriation..... 581,739,000
(2) "Medical Assistance -
Capitation."
Federal appropriation..... 346,000,000
For primary health care and
preventive services for eligible
medical assistance recipients in
the fee-for-service delivery
system.
State appropriation....... 317,658,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for eligible
medical assistance recipients in
the fee-for-service delivery
system:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Fee-For-Service."
Federal appropriation..... 161,066,000
(2) "Medical Assistance -
Fee-For-Service."
Federal appropriation..... 286,605,000
For payment to the Federal
Government for the Medicare Drug
Program.
State appropriation....... 349,042,000
For medical assistance -
workers with disabilities.
State appropriation....... 26,432,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for medical
assistance - workers with
disabilities:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Workers with
Disabilities."
Federal appropriation..... 18,556,000
For medical assistance
payments to qualifying
university-affiliated physician
practice plans.
State appropriation....... 4,568,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for medical
assistance payments to qualifying
university-affiliated physician
practice plans:
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(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Physician Practice
Plans."
Federal appropriation..... 1,307,000
(2) "Medical Assistance -
Physician Practice Plans."
Federal appropriation..... 3,824,000
For medical assistance
payments - hospital-based burn
centers.
State appropriation....... 2,072,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for medical
assistance payments - hospital-
based burn centers:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Hospital-Based Burn
Centers."
Federal appropriation..... 585,000
(2) "Medical Assistance -
Hospital-Based Burn Centers."
Federal appropriation..... 77,000
For medical assistance
payments - critical access
hospitals.
State appropriation....... 4,897,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for medical
assistance payments - critical
access hospitals:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Critical Access
Hospitals."
Federal appropriation..... 1,935,000
For medical assistance
payments - obstetrics and
neonatal services.
State appropriation....... 1,280,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for medical
assistance payments - obstetrics
and neonatal services:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Obstetrics and
Neonatal Services."
Federal appropriation..... 867,000
(2) "Medical Assistance -
Obstetrics and Neonatal
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Federal appropriation..... 4,000
For medical assistance
payments - trauma centers.
State appropriation....... 4,044,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for medical
assistance payments - trauma
centers:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Trauma Centers."
Federal appropriation..... 1,141,000
(2) "Medical Assistance -
Trauma Centers."
Federal appropriation..... 153,000
For medical assistance
payments to academic medical
centers.
State appropriation....... 11,195,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for medical
assistance payments - academic
medical centers:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Academic Medical
Centers."
Federal appropriation..... 3,202,000
(2) "Medical Assistance -
Academic Medical Centers."
Federal appropriation..... 8,338,000
For medical assistance -
transportation.
State appropriation....... 34,056,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for medical
assistance - transportation:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Transportation."
Federal appropriation..... 2,193,000
For women's service programs.
State appropriation....... 3,653,000
For Children's Health
Insurance Program.
State appropriation....... 26,971,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for
Children's Health Insurance
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(1) "COVID - Children's
Health Insurance Program."
Federal appropriation..... 18,432,000
For medical assistance - long-
term living.
State appropriation....... 170,696,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for long-
term living:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Long-Term Living."
Federal appropriation..... 14,878,000
(2) "Medical Assistance -
Long-Term Living."
Federal appropriation..... 46,554,000
For Medical Assistance -
Community HealthChoices.
State appropriation....... 1,574,556,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for
Community HealthChoices:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Community
HealthChoices."
Federal appropriation..... 704,516,000
(2) "Medical Assistance -
Community HealthChoices."
Federal appropriation..... 314,437,000
For long-term care - managed
care.
State appropriation....... 75,459,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for long-
term care - managed care:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Long-Term Care -
Managed Care."
Federal appropriation..... 21,892,000
For intellectual disabilities
- community-based program, which
shall include grants to counties
for noninstitutional programs, or
other county-based human services
included under the Human Services
Block Grant Program, exclusive of
capital improvements.
State appropriation....... 83,639,000
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The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for
intellectual disabilities -
community-based program:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Community ID
Services."
Federal appropriation..... 1,825,000
For intellectual disabilities
- intermediate care facilities.
State appropriation....... 68,463,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for ID/ICF:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - ID/ICF."
Federal appropriation..... 22,494,000
For intellectual disabilities
- community waiver program.
State appropriation....... 861,144,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for
intellectual disabilities -
community waiver program:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Community ID Waiver
Program."
Federal appropriation..... 244,587,000
For residential services for
persons with intellectual
disabilities in the Lansdowne
area.
State appropriation....... 117,000
For services to persons with
autism spectrum disorders,
including oversight, supportive
services and provider training.
State appropriation....... 14,013,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for services
to persons with autism spectrum
disorders:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Autism Intervention
Services."
Federal appropriation..... 2,875,000
For behavioral health services
or other county-based human
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Services Block Grant Program.
State appropriation....... 33,337,000
For special pharmaceutical
services for atypical
antipsychotic drug therapy for
persons residing in the community
who suffer from schizophrenia.
State appropriation....... 439,000
For payments and services to
counties for children and youth
programs and for the care of
delinquent and dependent
children. This appropriation is
sufficient for an aggregate child
welfare needs-based budget
allocation for the current fiscal
year at $2,012,120,654. The
department may use up to
$46,312,084 of this appropriation
to fund contracts for adoption
services. The department may also
use funds from this appropriation
for assistance to counties in
meeting Federal reimbursement
documentation requirements.
State appropriation....... 64,541,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for payments
and services to counties for
children and youth programs and
child abuse and neglect
prevention:
(1) "COVID - Child Welfare -
Title IV-E."
Federal appropriation..... 18,000,000
For community-based family
centers.
State appropriation....... 11,825,000
For child-care services.
State appropriation....... 91,281,000
For child-care assistance
program.
State appropriation....... 64,100,000
For the Nurse Family
Partnership program.
State appropriation....... 7,508,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for the
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Nurse Family Partnership program:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Nurse Family
Partnership."
Federal appropriation..... 120,000
For early intervention
services.
State appropriation....... 99,557,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for early
intervention services:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Early Intervention."
Federal appropriation..... 6,900,000
For domestic violence
programs.
State appropriation....... 11,138,000
For rape crisis programs.
State appropriation....... 6,371,000
For breast cancer screening.
State appropriation....... 1,005,000
For the Human Services
Development Fund.
State appropriation....... 7,852,000
For legal services.
State appropriation....... 1,552,000
For provision of services to
the homeless or other county-
based human services included
under the Human Services Block
Grant Program.
State appropriation....... 10,789,000
For 211 communications.
State appropriation....... 437,000
For health program assistance
and services.
State appropriation....... 8,063,000
For services for the visually
impaired.
State appropriation....... 1,809,000
Section 223. (Reserved).
Section 224. Department of Labor and Industry.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Department of Labor
and Industry for the current
fiscal year: Federal State
For general government
operations of the Department of
Labor and Industry.
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State appropriation....... 7,874,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for general
government operations:
(1) "Disability
Determination."
Federal appropriation..... 6,500,000
For occupational and
industrial safety.
State appropriation....... 1,717,000
For occupational disease
payments.
State appropriation....... 124,000
For transfer from the General
Fund to the Vocational
Rehabilitation Fund for work of
the State Board of Vocational
Rehabilitation.
State appropriation....... 27,966,000
For supported employment.
State appropriation....... 232,000
For centers for independent
living, including independent
living services purchased by
Office of Vocational
Rehabilitation district offices.
State appropriation....... 1,137,000
To carry out the provisions of
section 306(h) of the act of June
2, 1915 (P.L.736, No.338), known
as the Workers' Compensation Act.
State appropriation....... 224,000
For assistive technology
financing.
State appropriation....... 277,000
For assistive technology
demonstration and training.
State appropriation....... 262,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for
employment services:
(1) "COVID - WIOA - National
Dislocated Workers."
Federal appropriation..... 1,600,000
For New Choices/New Options.
State appropriation....... 437,000
For industry partnerships.
State appropriation....... 1,641,000
For apprenticeship training.
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State appropriation....... 4,083,000
Section 225. Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Department of
Military and Veterans Affairs for
the current fiscal year: Federal State
For general government
operations of the Department of
Military and Veterans Affairs.
State appropriation....... 18,780,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for general
government operations:
(1) "COVID - Facilities
Maintenance Cares Act."
Federal appropriation..... 1,039,000
For National Guard Youth
Challenge Program.
State appropriation....... 1,076,000
For armory maintenance and
repair.
State appropriation....... 1,043,000
For honor guards for burials
of veterans.
State appropriation....... 58,000
For American battle monuments.
State appropriation....... 29,000
For special State duty.
State appropriation....... 20,000
For the operation and
maintenance of the veterans
homes.
State appropriation....... 58,668,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for the
veterans homes:
(1) "COVID - Operations and
Maintenance."
Federal appropriation..... 314,000
(2) "COVID - Veterans' Homes
Enhanced Veterans Reimbursement."
Federal appropriation..... 3,200,000
(3) "COVID - Direct Relief
Providers/Veterans' Homes."
Federal appropriation..... 1,955,000
(4) "Enhanced Veterans
Reimbursement."
Federal appropriation..... 1,869,000
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For supplemental life
insurance premiums.
State appropriation....... 96,000
For the Civil Air Patrol.
State appropriation....... 58,000
For veterans outreach
services.
State appropriation....... 1,569,000
Section 226. Department of Revenue.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Department of Revenue
for the current fiscal year: Federal State
For general government
operations of the Department of
Revenue.
State appropriation....... 81,074,000
For technology and process
modernization.
State appropriation....... 2,667,000
For the distribution of public
utility realty tax.
State appropriation....... 1,196,000
Section 227. Department of State.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Department of State
for the current fiscal year: Federal State
For general government
operations of the Department of
State.
State appropriation....... 2,439,000
For the Statewide uniform
registry of electors.
State appropriation....... 4,261,000
For voter registration and
education programs.
State appropriation....... 279,000
For lobbying disclosure.
State appropriation....... 160,000
For payment of debt service on
bonds issued pursuant to Article
XI-B of the act of June 3, 1937
(P.L.1333, No.320), known as the
Pennsylvania Election Code.
State appropriation....... 3,794,000
Section 228. Department of Transportation.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Department of
Transportation for the current
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The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for rail
freight and intermodal
coordination:
(1) "COVID - FTA - Keystone
Corridor Equipment and Purchases.
Federal appropriation..... 63,869,000
(2) "Line and Track
Improvement."
Federal appropriation..... 3,000,000
For costs related to the
collection of vehicle sales tax.
State appropriation....... 382,000
For costs related to voter
registration with driver
licensing.
State appropriation....... 356,000
For infrastructure projects.
State appropriation....... 1,108,000
Section 229. Pennsylvania State Police.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Pennsylvania State
Police for the current fiscal
year: Federal State
For general government
operations of the Pennsylvania
State Police.
State appropriation....... 11,130,000
For law enforcement
information technology.
State appropriation....... 4,024,000
For the Statewide Public
Safety Radio Network.
State appropriation....... 7,011,000
For the Municipal Police
Officers' Education and Training
Commission, including in-service
training.
State appropriation....... 996,000
For an Automated Fingerprint
Identification System (AFIS).
State appropriation....... 516,000
For gun checks.
State appropriation....... 2,567,000
Section 230. (Reserved).
Section 231. Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
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Emergency Management Agency for
the current fiscal year: Federal State
For general government
operations of the Pennsylvania
Emergency Management Agency.
State appropriation....... 7,753,000
For the Office of the State
Fire Commissioner.
State appropriation....... 1,620,000
For search and rescue
programs.
State appropriation....... 146,000
For firefighters' memorial
flags.
State appropriation....... 6,000
For Red Cross Extended Care
Program.
State appropriation....... 146,000
Section 232. Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Pennsylvania
Historical and Museum Commission
for the current fiscal year: Federal State
For general government
operations of the Pennsylvania
Historical and Museum Commission.
State appropriation....... 12,169,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for general
government operations:
(1) "COVID - PA History To-
Go."
Federal appropriation..... 198,000
For cultural and historical
support.
State appropriation....... 1,167,000
Section 233. (Reserved).
Section 234. Environmental Hearing Board.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Environmental Hearing
Board for the current fiscal
year: Federal State
For the Environmental Hearing
Board.
State appropriation....... 1,481,000
Section 235. (Reserved).
Section 236. Health Care Cost Containment Council.
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The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Health Care Cost
Containment Council for the
current fiscal year: Federal State
For the Health Care Cost
Containment Council.
State appropriation....... 1,769,000
Section 237. State Ethics Commission.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the State Ethics
Commission for the current fiscal
year: Federal State
For the general government
operations of the State Ethics
Commission as allocated by
resolution adopted by a majority
of the members appointed to the
State Ethics Commission.
State appropriation....... 1,676,000
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JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT
Section 241. Supreme Court.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Supreme Court for the
current fiscal year: Federal State
For the Supreme Court:
including the salaries of the
Supreme Court justices, for the
office of prothonotary and for
the library in the Eastern
District and Western District,
for the office of prothonotary in
the Middle District, for criers,
tipstaves, official
stenographers, court officers and
the law secretary of the Chief
Justice in Eastern, Middle and
Western Districts, home office
expenses and workers'
compensation insurance premiums
for all Supreme Court employees
not funded by other
appropriations, for the office of
State reporters, including the
salaries and compensation of
employees, including the fees for
prothonotaries of the Supreme
Court of the Eastern, Middle and
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to judges to counties other than
their own, and further including
assessments for the National
Center of State Courts.
State appropriation....... 10,004,000
For vouchered expenses for
justices.
State appropriation....... 69,000
For judicial center
operations.
State appropriation....... 475,000
For the judicial council for
the unified judicial system.
State appropriation....... 82,000
For district court
administrators for the unified
judicial system.
State appropriation....... 11,467,000
For the Interbranch
Commission.
State appropriation....... 204,000
For court management education
for the unified judicial system.
State appropriation....... 43,000
For Rules Committees.
State appropriation....... 930,000
For the Court Administrator of
Pennsylvania, including the
expenses of the Judicial Council
of Pennsylvania and the District
Justice Administrator.
State appropriation....... 6,753,000
For the Integrated Criminal
Justice System.
State appropriation....... 1,384,000
For the unified judicial
system security program.
State appropriation....... 1,168,000
For the Office of Elder
Justice in the Courts.
State appropriation....... 289,000
Section 242. Superior Court.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Superior Court for
the current fiscal year: Federal State
For the salaries and expenses
of the Superior Court: including
the salary of the Superior Court
judges, for panelization of
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tipstaves, official
stenographers, home office
expenses, court officers and law
secretary of the president judge
and workers' compensation
insurance premiums for all
employees of the Superior Court,
for the prothonotary's office in
the Philadelphia District,
including salaries and
compensation for employees,
including the expenses of
dockets, stationery, supplies,
books for the library and other
costs of the Superior Court and
its offices.
State appropriation....... 18,887,000
For vouchered expenses for
active judges.
State appropriation....... 107,000
Section 243. Commonwealth Court.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Commonwealth Court
for the current fiscal year: Federal State
For the salaries of judges,
for the salaries and expenses of
employees and for home office
expenses.
State appropriation....... 12,362,000
For vouchered expenses for
active judges.
State appropriation....... 77,000
Section 244. Courts of common pleas.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the courts of common
pleas for the current fiscal
year: Federal State
For the courts of common
pleas: including the salaries and
expenses of judges, including the
expenses of traveling judges,
including the mileage in divided
judicial districts, and the
payment of a per diem salary,
mileage and miscellaneous
expenses to active visiting
judges for the performance of
their official duties.
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State appropriation....... 68,681,000
For senior judges of the
courts of common pleas.
State appropriation....... 2,336,000
For common pleas judicial
education.
State appropriation....... 727,000
For the Ethics Committee.
State appropriation....... 36,000
For problem solving courts.
State appropriation....... 643,000
Section 245. Community courts - magisterial district judges.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the community courts and
magisterial district judges for
the current fiscal year: Federal State
For the salaries and expenses
of community court judges and
magisterial district judges.
State appropriation....... 48,301,000
For magisterial district
judges' education.
State appropriation....... 434,000
Section 246. (Reserved).
Section 247. Philadelphia Municipal Court.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Philadelphia
Municipal Court for the current
fiscal year: Federal State
For the salaries and expenses
of judges and hearing officers,
including the traffic division.
State appropriation....... 4,546,000
Section 248. Judicial Conduct Board.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Judicial Conduct
Board for the current fiscal
year: Federal State
For salaries and expenses of
the Judicial Conduct Board.
State appropriation....... 1,440,000
Section 249. Court of Judicial Discipline.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Court of Judicial
Discipline for the current fiscal
year: Federal State
For salaries and expenses of
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State appropriation....... 273,000
Section 250. Juror cost reimbursement.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Court of Judicial
Discipline for the current fiscal
year: Federal State
For juror cost reimbursement.
State appropriation....... 652,000
Section 251. County court reimbursement.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund for court costs for the
current fiscal year: Federal State
For payment to counties as
reimbursement for costs incurred
by counties in the administration
and operation of courts of common
pleas during the calendar year
which immediately precedes the
beginning of the current fiscal
year.
State appropriation....... 13,496,000
For senior judge operational
support grants.
State appropriation....... 802,000
For payment to counties as
reimbursement for costs incurred
by counties for court interpreter
services.
State appropriation....... 875,000
SUBPART D
GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Section 261. Senate.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Senate for the
current fiscal year: Federal State
For the salaries, wages and
all necessary expenses for the
following purposes:
Salaries of Senators.
State appropriation....... 5,171,000
Salaries, wages and other
personnel expenses of employees
of the Chief Clerk and all
necessary expenditures to be
allocated and disbursed at the
direction of the President pro
tempore.
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Salaries, wages and other
personnel expenses of employees
of the Senate and expenses of the
office of the President pro
tempore, including member lodging
rental, to be disbursed at the
direction of the President pro
tempore.
State appropriation....... 8,151,000
Incidental expenses for
payment of salaries, wages, other
personnel expenses, maintenance
and other expenses of the Senate.
State appropriation....... 2,097,000
The above appropriations for
incidental expenses shall be paid
prior to the payment of such
expenses on warrant of the State
Treasurer in favor of the Chief
Clerk upon the presentation of
requisitions for the same
provided that the total amount of
requisitions for advancements,
less the total amount of
expenditures made as certified by
such officer to the State
Treasurer, shall not exceed the
amount of the bond of the officer
having control of the
disbursement from the funds
advanced.
Miscellaneous expenses:
Mileage and expenses, Senators:
In addition to the annual
allocation for expenses
authorized by law for each member
of the Senate, each member shall
receive an annual allocation in
an amount established by the
Senate Committee on Management
Operations for actual expenses
incurred for lodging and meals
while away from home on official
legislative business, official
postage and all other expenses
incidental to legislative duties
as provided for in the Financial
Operating Rules of the Senate.
Upon presentation of requisitions
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expenses, such requisitions shall
be paid on warrant of the State
Treasurer directly to and in
favor of the persons designated
in such requisitions as entitled
to receive such payments.
State appropriation....... 826,000
Legislative purchasing and
expenses: For furniture,
technology improvements,
restorations, security
enhancements, North Office
Building modernization,
equipment, renovations, personnel
expenses and other expenses.
State appropriation....... 4,695,000
Upon presentation of
requisitions by the Chief Clerk
against the appropriations for
legislative purchasing and
expenses, such shall be paid on
warrant of the State Treasurer
directly to and in favor of the
persons designated in such
requisitions as entitled to
receive such payments.
Expenses of the Committee on
Appropriations (R) and the
Committee on Appropriations (D):
For investigating schools,
colleges, universities,
correctional institutions, mental
hospitals, medical and surgical
hospitals, homes and other
institutions and agencies
supported, in whole or in part,
by appropriations from the State
Treasury in analyzing reports,
expenditures and the general
operation and administration of
the institutions and agencies, in
examining and analyzing requests
of the same and of the various
departments, boards and
commissions of the Commonwealth,
and for the collection of data
from other states, attending
seminars and conferences and in
cooperating and exchanging
information with legislative
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of other states, and for the
necessary travel expenses, and
all other expenses deemed
necessary by the chair (R) or the
chair (D), as appropriate, or for
salary, wages and other personnel
expenses deemed appropriate by
the respective caucus staff
administrator in compiling data
and information connected with
the work of the Senate in
compiling comparative costs and
other fiscal data and information
for the use of the committee and
the Senate during legislative
sessions and during the interim
between legislative sessions to
the discharge of such duties. The
committee, upon authorization of
the majority chair, shall have
the authority to examine and
inspect all properties,
equipment, facilities, files,
records and accounts of any State
office, department, institution,
board, committee, commission or
agency or any institution or
agency supported, in whole or in
part, by appropriation from the
State Treasury and to administer
oaths. The Committee on
Appropriations may issue
subpoenas under the hand and seal
of the majority chair to compel
the attendance of witnesses and
the production of any papers,
books, accounts, documents and
testimony touching matters
properly being inquired into by
the committee and to cause the
deposition of witnesses either
residing within or without the
State to be taken in the manner
prescribed by law for taking
depositions in civil actions.
Upon presentation of requisitions
by the Chief Clerk for such
expenses, such shall be paid on
warrant of the State Treasurer
directly to and in favor of the
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requisition as entitled to
receive such compensation or
expenses. The sum appropriated
shall be divided equally by the
State Treasurer and shall be
deposited in separate accounts
for the Committee on
Appropriations (R) and the
Committee on Appropriations (D).
State appropriation....... 1,759,000
Caucus Operations Account (R)
and the Caucus Operations Account
(D): For payment of salaries,
wages and all other incidental
expenses incurred in hiring
personnel and staff for services
which, in the opinion of the
Floor Leader (R) or the Floor
Leader (D) as may be appropriate,
may be required or arise during
legislative sessions and during
the interim between legislative
sessions and for the payment of
all other expenses, including
member lodging rental, related to
the performance of Senate duties
and responsibilities. Upon
presentation of requisitions by
the Chief Clerk, such shall be
paid on warrant of the State
Treasurer directly to and in
favor of the persons designated
in such requisition as entitled
to receive such compensation or
expenses. The entire sum
appropriated shall be divided by
the State Treasurer in amounts to
be determined by a unanimous vote
of the Executive Committee of the
Senate Committee on Management
Operations or, in the absence of
a unanimous vote of the Executive
Committee, then by a majority
vote of the Senate Committee on
Management Operations and such
amounts shall be deposited into
the Caucus Operations (R) and
Caucus Operations (D) Accounts.
State appropriation....... 46,586,000
All appropriations made in
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year to any account of the
minority caucus of the Senate
remaining unexpended and
unencumbered on the effective
date of this part may be
transferred by the Committee on
Management Operations, by a vote
of two-thirds of its members, in
its discretion to such Senate
accounts as the committee deems
necessary. All other
appropriations made in this act
or any other fiscal year to any
other account of the Senate
remaining unexpended and
unencumbered on the effective
date of this part may be
transferred by the Committee on
Managements Operations, by a
majority vote of its members.
Such power to transfer
appropriations shall be limited
to the current fiscal year.
Section 262. House of Representatives.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the House of
Representatives for the current
fiscal year: Federal State
For the salaries, wages and
all necessary expenses for the
following purposes:
Representatives' compensation,
extra compensation to the Speaker
of the House of Representatives
and leaders of the House of
Representatives and other
necessary expenses.
State appropriation....... 20,586,000
For caucus operations. For
allocation in such amounts as may
be designated by the Legislative
Management Committee (R) and the
Legislative Management Committee
(D) for payment of salaries,
wages and all other compensation
and necessary expenses incurred
in hiring personnel and staff for
services in the furtherance of
the operations of the House of
Representatives as may be
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appropriate, required or arise
during legislative sessions and
during the interim between
legislative sessions. Of the sum
appropriated, the State Treasurer
shall deposit $37,392,000 in the
Caucus Operations Account (D) and
$40,410,000 in the Caucus
Operations Account (R). Upon
presentation of requisitions by
the Chief Clerk of the House for
such compensation or expenses,
such shall be paid on warrant of
the State Treasurer directly to
and in favor of the persons
designated in such requisitions
as entitled to receive such
compensation or expenses. An
accounting, together with
supporting documents whenever
possible, shall be filed in the
Office of the Chief Clerk of such
expenses since the filing of the
prior account.
State appropriation....... 77,802,000
For the operation of the
Speaker's Office.
State appropriation....... 1,056,000
For Bipartisan Management
Committee, Chief Clerk,
Comptroller and the Commonwealth
Emergency Medical System.
State appropriation....... 8,653,000
Mileage: Representatives,
officers and employees.
State appropriation....... 334,000
For postage: Chief Clerk and
Legislative Journal.
State appropriation....... 1,643,000
For contingent expenses (R)
and (D). The sum appropriated
shall be allocated to the
officers and members in the same
manner and proportion as
appropriations for contingent
expenses contained in section 252
of the act of July 4, 2004
(P.L.1837, No.7A), known as the
General Appropriation Act of
2004.
State appropriation....... 705,000
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The above appropriations for
postage and for contingent
expenses shall be paid prior to
the payment of such expenses on
warrant of the State Treasurer in
favor of the officers above named
upon the presentation of their
requisitions for the same,
provided that the total amount of
requisitions for advancements,
less the total amount of
expenditures made as certified by
such officers to the State
Treasurer, shall not exceed the
amount of the bond of the officer
having control of the
disbursement from the funds
advanced.
Miscellaneous expenses:
Incidental expenses.
State appropriation....... 4,415,000
Expenses - Representatives: In
addition to annual reimbursement
for expenses heretofore
authorized by law for each member
of the House of Representatives,
each member shall be entitled to
reimbursement for actual
expenses, not exceeding the sum
of $7,290 annually, incurred for
lodging and meals while away from
home on official legislative
business, home office expenses,
official postage, staff and all
other expenses incidental to
legislative duties.
State appropriation....... 2,480,000
Legislative printing and
expenses.
State appropriation....... 6,226,000
For the payment of the
expenses of the Committee on
Appropriations (R) of the House
of Representatives in
investigating schools, colleges,
universities, correctional
institutions, mental hospitals,
medical and surgical hospitals,
homes and other institutions and
agencies supported, in whole or
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the State Treasury in analyzing
reports, expenditures and the
general operation and
administration of the
institutions and agencies in
examining and analyzing requests
of the same and of the various
departments, boards and
commissions of the Commonwealth,
and for the collection of data
from other states, attending
seminars and conferences, and in
cooperating and exchanging
information with legislative
budget and financial committees
of other states, and any office
expenses necessary to serve the
committee and its chair, and for
the necessary clerical assistance
and other assistance, travel
expenses and all other expenses
deemed necessary by the chair in
compiling data and information
connected with the work of the
committee in compiling
comparative cost and other fiscal
data and information for the use
of the committee and the House of
Representatives during
legislative sessions and during
the interim between legislative
sessions to the discharge of such
duties. The committee shall have
the authority to examine and
inspect all properties,
equipment, facilities, files,
records and accounts of any State
office, department, institution,
board, committee, commission or
agency or any institution or
agency supported, in whole or in
part, by appropriation from the
State Treasury and to administer
oaths. The sum appropriated shall
be paid on warrant of the State
Treasurer in favor of the chair
of the committee on the
presentation of his requisition
for the same. The chair of the
Committee on Appropriations (R)
shall, not later than 30 days
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after the termination of his term
of office or until his successor
is elected and also within 30
days after the adjournment of any
regular or special session, file
an account, together with
supporting documents whenever
possible, in the office of the
Committee on Appropriations (R),
of the committee's expenses since
the filing of the prior account.
State appropriation....... 1,880,000
For the payment of the
expenses of the Committee on
Appropriations (D) of the House
of Representatives in
investigating schools, colleges,
universities, correctional
institutions, mental hospitals,
medical and surgical hospitals,
homes and other institutions and
agencies supported, in whole or
in part, by appropriations from
the State Treasury in analyzing
reports, expenditures, and the
general operation and
administration of the
institutions and agencies in
examining and analyzing requests
of the same and of the various
departments, boards and
commissions of the Commonwealth
and for the collection of data
from other states, attending
seminars and conferences, and in
cooperating and exchanging
information with legislative
budget and financial committees
of other states, and any office
expenses necessary to serve the
committee and its chair, and for
the necessary clerical
assistance, and other assistance,
travel expenses and all other
expenses deemed necessary by the
chair in compiling data and
information connected with the
work of the committee in
compiling comparative cost and
other fiscal data and information
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the House of Representatives
during legislative sessions and
during the interim between
legislative sessions to the
discharge of such duties. The
committee shall have the
authority to examine and inspect
all properties, equipment,
facilities, files, records and
accounts of any State office,
department, institution, board,
committee, commission or agency
or any institution or agency
supported, in whole or in part,
by appropriation from the State
Treasury and to administer oaths.
The sum appropriated shall be
paid on warrant of the State
Treasurer in favor of the chair
of the Committee on
Appropriations (D) on the
presentation of his requisition
for the same. The chair of the
Committee on Appropriations (D)
shall, not later than 30 days
after the termination of his term
of office or until his successor
is elected and also within 30
days after the adjournment of any
regular or special session, file
an account, together with
supporting documents whenever
possible, in the office of the
Committee on Appropriations (D)
of the House of Representatives,
of his expenses since the filing
of the prior account.
State appropriation....... 1,880,000
The Committee on
Appropriations may issue
subpoenas under the hand and seal
of the majority chair to compel
the attendance of witnesses and
the production of any papers,
books, accounts, documents and
testimony touching matters
properly being inquired into by
the committee and to cause the
deposition of witnesses either
residing within or without the
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prescribed by law for taking
depositions in civil actions.
For the payment to the Special
Leadership Account (R) for
payment of salaries, wages and
all other incidental expenses
incurred in hiring personnel and
staff or for services, which, in
the opinion of the Floor Leader,
may be required or arise during
legislative sessions and during
the interim between legislative
sessions and for the payment of
all other expenses related to the
performance of his duties and
responsibilities. The sum
appropriated shall be paid on
warrant of the State Treasurer in
favor of the Floor Leader on the
presentation of his requisition
for the same. The Floor Leader
shall, not later than 30 days
after the termination of his term
of office or until his successor
is elected and also within 30
days after the adjournment of any
regular or special session, file
an account, together with
supporting documents whenever
possible, in the office of the
Floor Leader, of such expenses
since the filing of the prior
account.
State appropriation....... 3,526,000
For the payment to the Special
Leadership Account (D) for
payment of salaries, wages and
all other incidental expenses
incurred in hiring personnel and
staff or for services which, in
the opinion of the Floor Leader,
may be required or arise during
legislative sessions and during
the interim between legislative
sessions and for the payment of
all other expenses related to the
performance of his duties and
responsibilities. The sum
appropriated shall be paid on
warrant of the State Treasurer in
favor of the Floor Leader on the
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presentation of his requisition
for the same. The Floor Leader
shall, not later than 30 days
after the termination of his term
of office or until his successor
is elected and also within 30
days after the adjournment of any
regular or special session, file
an account, together with
supporting documents whenever
possible, in the office of the
Floor Leader, of such expense
since the filing of the prior
account.
State appropriation....... 3,526,000
All appropriations made in
this act or in any other fiscal
year to any account of the House
of Representatives remaining
unexpended and unencumbered on
the effective date of this part,
may be transferred by the
authority responsible for
administering the account, in its
discretion, to such House
accounts as that responsible
authority deems necessary. Such
power to transfer appropriations
shall be limited to the current
fiscal year.
SUBPART E
GOVERNMENT SUPPORT AGENCIES
Section 271. Legislative Reference Bureau.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Legislative Reference
Bureau for the current fiscal
year: Federal State
For the salaries, wages and
all necessary expenses for the
work of the Legislative Reference
Bureau, including the Code and
Bulletin section.
State appropriation....... 5,653,000
For the Pennsylvania Bulletin
and Pennsylvania Code and related
expenses.
State appropriation....... 517,000
For contingent expenses.
State appropriation....... 15,000
Section 272. Legislative Budget and Finance Committee.
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The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Legislative Budget
and Finance Committee for the
current fiscal year: Federal State
For the salaries, wages and
all necessary expenses for the
work of the Legislative Budget
and Finance Committee.
State appropriation....... 1,178,000
Section 273. Legislative Data Processing Committee.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Legislative Data
Processing Committee for the
current fiscal year: Federal State
For salaries, wages, other
personnel expenses, operating
costs, contracts, equipment,
software, other incidental
expenses and costs associated
with the operation of the
Legislative Data Processing
Center, including an allocation
of $1,346,000 to each of the
Senate Republican and Democratic
Caucus computer services
departments for the payment of
operating costs, contracts,
equipment, software, other
incidental expenses and costs at
the direction of the respective
caucus staff administrator, and
an allocation of $4,871,000 to
the House of Representatives
Republican Caucus Computer
Services Account, and an
allocation of $3,122,000 to the
House of Representatives
Democratic Caucus Computer
Services Account for the payment
of operating costs, contracts,
equipment, software, other
incidental expenses and costs to
be disbursed at the direction of
the Speaker of the House of
Representatives and the Minority
Leader of the House of
Representatives, and an
allocation of $233,000 to each of
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Democratic caucuses for committee
and contingent expenses to be
allocated in amounts determined
by unanimous agreement of the
executive committee of the Senate
Committee on Management
Operations, and an allocation of
$233,000 to each of the House of
Representatives Republican and
Democratic Caucuses for costs
associated with caucus operations
to be disbursed at the direction
of the Speaker of the House of
Representatives and the Minority
Leader of the House of
Representatives, and an
allocation of $3,352,000 to the
House of Representatives
Republican Caucus for
disbursement by the Speaker of
the House of Representatives.
State appropriation....... 18,815,000
For information technology
modernization.
State appropriation....... 1,458,000
Section 274. Joint State Government Commission.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Joint State
Government Commission for the
current fiscal year: Federal State
For the salaries, wages and
all necessary expenses for the
work of the Joint State
Government Commission.
State appropriation....... 992,000
Section 275. Local Government Commission.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Local Government
Commission for the current fiscal
year: Federal State
For the salaries, wages and
all expenses necessary for the
work of the Local Government
Commission.
State appropriation....... 748,000
For the compilation and
distribution of various municipal
codes.
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Section 276. (Reserved).
Section 277. Legislative Audit Advisory Commission.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Legislative Audit
Advisory Commission for the
current fiscal year: Federal State
For the salaries, wages and
all expenses necessary for the
work of the Legislative Audit
Advisory Commission.
State appropriation....... 166,000
Section 278. Independent Regulatory Review Commission.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Independent
Regulatory Review Commission for
the current fiscal year: Federal State
For the salaries, wages and
all necessary expenses for the
work of the Independent
Regulatory Review Commission.
State appropriation....... 1,257,000
Section 279. Capitol Preservation Committee.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Capitol Preservation
Committee for the current fiscal
year: Federal State
For the operation of the
Capitol Preservation Committee.
State appropriation....... 482,000
For the restoration of the
Capitol and its artifacts,
including support facilities and
services.
State appropriation....... 1,842,000
Section 280. Pennsylvania Commission on Sentencing.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Pennsylvania
Commission on Sentencing for the
current fiscal year: Federal State
For the Pennsylvania
Commission on Sentencing.
State appropriation....... 1,489,000
Section 281. Center for Rural Pennsylvania.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Center for Rural
Pennsylvania for the current
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For the Center for Rural
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State appropriation....... 658,000
Section 282. Commonwealth Mail Processing Center.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Commonwealth Mail
Processing Center for the current
fiscal year: Federal State
For salaries, wages, other
personnel expenses, operating
costs, contracts, equipment,
software, other incidental
expenses and costs associated
with the operation of the
Commonwealth Mail Processing
Center, including an allocation
of $607,000 to the Chief Clerk of
the Senate for payment of postage
and communication expenses as
determined by the Senate
Committee on Management
Operations.
State appropriation....... 2,090,000
Section 283. Legislative Reapportionment Commission.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Legislative
Reapportionment Commission for
the current fiscal year: Federal State
For the Legislative
Reapportionment Commission.
State appropriation....... 614,000
Section 284. Independent Fiscal Office.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Independent Fiscal
Office for the current fiscal
year: Federal State
For the salaries, wages and
all expenses necessary for the
work of the Independent Fiscal
Office, including up to $117,000
for pension actuarial analysis.
State appropriation....... 1,367,000
PART III
REPLACEMENT OF GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS
FOR CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
SUBPART A
GENERAL PROVISIONS
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Section 301. Construction with other appropriation acts.
An appropriation contained in this part from the General Fund
which is the same or similar to an appropriation from the
General Fund in the act of May 29, 2020 (P.L. , No.1A), known
as the General Appropriation Act of 2020, or the act of May 29,
2020 (P.L. , No.2A), known as the COVID-19 Emergency Supplement
to the General Appropriation Act of 2019, shall replace the
appropriation in that act.
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Section 311. (Reserved).
Section 312. (Reserved).
Section 313. (Reserved).
Section 314. (Reserved).
Section 315. Department of Education.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Department of
Education for the current fiscal
year: Federal State
For payments on account of
pupil transportation.
State appropriation....... 605,765,000
Section 316. (Reserved).
Section 317. (Reserved).
Section 318. (Reserved).
Section 319. (Reserved).
Section 320. (Reserved).
Section 321. (Reserved).
Section 322. Department of Human Services.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Department of Human
Services for the current fiscal
year: Federal State
For medical assistance
payments - capitation plans. For
provision of outpatient services
and inpatient hospital services
to eligible persons enrolled in
an approved capitation plan.
State appropriation....... 2,594,022,000
Section 323. (Reserved).
Section 324. (Reserved).
Section 325. Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the General
Fund to the Department of
Military and Veterans Affairs for
the current fiscal year: Federal State
Grants for disabled American
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State appropriation....... 336,000
PART IV
ADDITIONAL STATE LOTTERY FUND APPROPRIATIONS
FOR CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
SUBPART A
GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 401. Construction with other appropriation acts.
All appropriations contained in this part from the State
Lottery Fund shall be in addition to any appropriation under the
act of May 29, 2020 (P.L. , No.1A), known as the General
Appropriation Act of 2020, and the act of May 29, 2020 (P.L. ,
No.2A), known as the COVID-19 Emergency Supplement to the
General Appropriation Act of 2019.
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Section 401.1. Department of Aging.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the State
Lottery Fund to the Department of
Aging for the current fiscal
year: Federal State
For transfer from the State
Lottery Fund to the
Pharmaceutical Assistance Fund.
State appropriation....... 10,000,000
PART V
ADDITIONAL MOTOR LICENSE FUND APPROPRIATIONS FOR
CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
SUBPART A
GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 501. Construction with other appropriation acts.
All appropriations contained in this part from the Motor
License Fund shall be in addition to any appropriation under the
act of May 29, 2020 (P.L. , No.1A), known as the General
Appropriation Act of 2020, or the act of May 29, 2020 (P.L. ,
No.2A), known as the COVID-19 Emergency Supplement to the
General Appropriation Act of 2019.
SUBPART B
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
Section 528. Department of Transportation.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the Motor
License Fund to the Department of
Transportation for the current
fiscal year: Federal State
For the salaries, wages and
all necessary expenses for the
operation of the highway and
safety improvement programs,
including planning and research,
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design, engineering, right-of-way
acquisition and the operation of
the engineering district
facilities and liaison services
with communities on local road
engineering and construction
activities.
State appropriation....... 125,000,000
PART VI
ADDITIONAL TOBACCO SETTLEMENT FUND
APPROPRIATIONS FOR CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
SUBPART A
GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 601. Construction with other appropriation acts.
All appropriations contained in this part from the Tobacco
Settlement Fund shall be in addition to any appropriation under
the act of May 29, 2020 (P.L. , No.1A), known as the General
Appropriation Act of 2020, and the act of May 29, 2020 (P.L. ,
No.2A), known as the COVID-19 Emergency Supplement to the
General Appropriation Act of 2019.
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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
Section 602. Department of Human Services.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the Tobacco
Settlement Fund to the Department
of Human Services for the current
fiscal year: Federal State
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for medical
assistance - workers with
disabilities:
(1) "COVID - Medical
Assistance - Workers with
Disabilities."
Federal appropriation..... 7,500,000
PART VII
COVID-19 RESPONSE RESTRICTED ACCOUNT
FEDERAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
SUBPART A
GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 701. (Reserved).
SUBPART B
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
Section 711. (Reserved).
Section 712. Department of Criminal Justice.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the COVID-19
Response Restricted Account to
the Department of Criminal
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year: Federal State
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for medical
care:
(1) "COVID Relief - Medical
Care."
Federal appropriation..... 95,000,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for state
correctional institutions:
(1) "COVID Relief - State
Correctional Institutions."
Federal appropriation..... 968,000,000
Section 713. (Reserved).
Section 714. (Reserved).
Section 715. (Reserved).
Section 716. (Reserved).
Section 717. (Reserved).
Section 718. (Reserved).
Section 719. (Reserved).
Section 720. (Reserved).
Section 721. Department of Health.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the COVID-19
Response Restricted Account to
the Department of Health for the
current fiscal year: Federal State
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for general
government operations:
(1) "COVID Relief - General
Government Operations."
Federal appropriation..... 4,000,000
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for state
health care centers:
(1) "COVID Relief - State
Health Care Centers."
Federal appropriation..... 10,000,000
Section 722. Department of Human Services.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the COVID-19
Response Restricted Account to
the Department of Human Services
for the current fiscal year: Federal State
The following Federal amounts
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the sum appropriated for youth
development institutions:
(1) "COVID Relief - Youth
Development Institutions."
Federal appropriation..... 30,000,000
Section 723. (Reserved).
Section 724. (Reserved).
Section 725. (Reserved).
Section 726. (Reserved).
Section 727. (Reserved).
Section 728. (Reserved).
Section 729. Pennsylvania State Police.
The following amounts are
appropriated from the COVID-19
Response Restricted Account to
the Pennsylvania State Police for
the current fiscal year: Federal State
The following Federal amounts
are appropriated to supplement
the sum appropriated for general
government operations:
(1) "COVID Relief - General
Government Operations."
Federal appropriation..... 225,970,000
PART VIII
REPLACEMENT OF OIL AND GAS LEASE FUND APPROPRIATIONS FOR
CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
SUBPART A
GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 801. Construction with other appropriation acts.
An appropriation in this part from the Oil and Gas Lease Fund
which is the same or similar to an appropriation from the Oil
and Gas Lease Fund in the act of May 29, 2020 (P.L. , No. 1A),
known as the General Appropriation Act of 2020, or the act of
May 29, 2020 (P.L. , No.2A), known as the COVID-19 Emergency
Supplement to the General Appropriation Act of 2019, shall
replace the appropriation in that act.
SUBPART B
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