HOUSE AMENDED

 

PRIOR PRINTER'S NOS. 2060, 2165, 2246, 2261

PRINTER'S NO.  2335

  

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF PENNSYLVANIA

  

SENATE BILL

 

No.

1466

Session of

2012

  

  

INTRODUCED BY CORMAN, MARCH 30, 2012

  

  

AS RE-REPORTED FROM COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, AS AMENDED, JUNE 27, 2012   

  

  

  

AN ACT

  

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To provide from the General Fund for the expenses of the

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Executive and Judicial Departments and the State Government

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Support Agencies and the General Assembly of the

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Commonwealth, the public debt and the public schools for the

5

fiscal year July 1, 2012, to June 30, 2013, for certain

6

institutions and organizations, and for the payment of bills

7

incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year

8

ending June 30, 2012; to provide appropriations from the

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State Lottery Fund, the Tobacco Settlement Fund, the Aviation

10

Restricted Revenue Account, the Hazardous Material Response

11

Fund, The State Stores Fund, the Milk Marketing Fund, the

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Home Investment Trust Fund, the Emergency Medical Services

13

Operating Fund, the Tuition Payment Fund, the Banking and

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Securities Department Fund, the Firearm Records Check Fund,

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the Ben Franklin Technology Development Authority Fund, the

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Oil and Gas Lease Fund, the Home Improvement Account and the

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Cigarette Fire Safety and Firefighter Protection Act

18

Enforcement Fund, to the Executive Department; to provide

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appropriations from the Judicial Computer System Augmentation

20

Account to the Judicial Department for the fiscal year July

21

1, 2012, to June 30, 2013; to provide appropriations from the

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Motor License Fund for the fiscal year July 1, 2012, to June

23

30, 2013, for the proper operation of several departments of

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the Commonwealth and the Pennsylvania State Police authorized

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to spend Motor License Fund moneys; to provide for the

26

appropriation of Federal funds to the Executive Department of

27

the Commonwealth and for the payment of bills remaining

28

unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012;

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and to provide for the additional appropriation of Federal

30

and State funds from the General Fund for the Executive and

31

Legislative Departments of the Commonwealth for the fiscal

32

year July 1, 2011, to June 30, 2012, and for the payment of

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bills incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of the

 


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fiscal year ending June 30, 2012, and to provide

2

appropriations from the Motor License Fund, the Home

3

Improvement Account and the Cigarette Fire Safety and

4

Firefighter Protection Act Enforcement Fund.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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PART I.  GENERAL PROVISIONS

7

Section 101.  Short title.

8

Section 102.  Definitions.

9

Section 103.  Abbreviations.

10

Section 104.  State appropriations.

11

Section 105.  Federal augmentation appropriations.

12

Section 106.  Block grants.

13

PART II.  GENERAL FUND AND FEDERAL APPROPRIATIONS

14

FOR 2012-2013

15

SUBPART A.  EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

16

Section 201.  Governor.

17

Section 202.  Executive Offices.

18

Section 203.  Lieutenant Governor.

19

Section 204.  Attorney General.

20

Section 205.  Auditor General.

21

Section 206.  Treasury Department.

22

Section 207.  (Reserved).

23

Section 208.  Department of Agriculture.

24

Section 209.  Department of Community and Economic Development.

25

Section 210.  Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

26

Section 211.  Department of Corrections.

27

Section 212.  Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs.

28

Section 213.  Department of Education.

29

Section 214.  Department of Environmental Protection.

30

Section 215.  Department of General Services.

31

Section 216.  Department of Health.

32

Section 217.  Insurance Department.

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Section 218.  Department of Labor and Industry.

2

Section 219.  Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

3

Section 220.  Department of Public Welfare.

4

Section 221.  Department of Revenue.

5

Section 222.  Department of State.

6

Section 223.  Department of Transportation.

7

Section 224.  Pennsylvania State Police.

8

Section 225.  State Civil Service Commission.

9

Section 226.  Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency.

10

Section 227.  (Reserved).

11

Section 228.  State System of Higher Education.

12

Section 229.  Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency.

13

Section 230.  Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.

14

Section 231.  Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority.

15

Section 232.  Environmental Hearing Board.

16

Section 233.  Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole.

17

Section 234.  (Reserved).

18

Section 235.  State Employees' Retirement System.

19

Section 236.  Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology.

20

Section 237.  (Reserved).

21

Section 238.  (Reserved).

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SUBPART B.  JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

23

Section 241.  Supreme Court.

24

Section 242.  Superior Court.

25

Section 243.  Commonwealth Court.

26

Section 244.  Courts of common pleas.

27

Section 245.  Community courts - magisterial district judges.

28

Section 246.  Philadelphia Traffic Court.

29

Section 247.  Philadelphia Municipal Court.

30

Section 248.  Judicial Conduct Board.

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Section 249.  Court of Judicial Discipline.

2

Section 250.  Juror cost reimbursement.

3

Section 251.  County court reimbursement.

4

SUBPART C.  GENERAL ASSEMBLY

5

Section 261.  Senate.

6

Section 262.  House of Representatives.

7

SUBPART D.  GOVERNMENT SUPPORT AGENCIES

8

Section 271.  Legislative Reference Bureau.

9

Section 272.  Legislative Budget and Finance Committee.

10

Section 273.  Legislative Data Processing Committee.

11

Section 274.  Joint State Government Commission.

12

Section 275.  Local Government Commission.

13

Section 276.  Joint Legislative Air and Water Pollution Control

14

and Conservation Committee.

15

Section 277.  Legislative Audit Advisory Commission.

16

Section 278.  Independent Regulatory Review Commission.

17

Section 279.  Capitol Preservation Committee.

18

Section 280.  Pennsylvania Commission on Sentencing.

19

Section 281.  Center for Rural Pennsylvania.

20

Section 282.  Commonwealth Mail Processing Center.

21

Section 283.  Legislative Reapportionment Commission.

22

Section 284.  Independent Fiscal Office.

23

Section 285.  Health Care Cost Containment Council.

24

Section 286.  State Ethics Commission.

25

PART III.  STATE LOTTERY FUND APPROPRIATIONS

26

Section 301.  Department of Aging.

27

Section 302.  Department of Public Welfare.

28

PART IV.  TOBACCO SETTLEMENT FUND APPROPRIATIONS

29

Section 401.  Tobacco Settlement Board.

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Section 402.  Department of Community and Economic Development.

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Section 403.  Department of Public Welfare.

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PART V.  JUDICIAL COMPUTER SYSTEM AUGMENTATION ACCOUNT

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APPROPRIATIONS

4

Section 501.  Supreme Court.

5

PART VI.  EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES OPERATING FUND

6

APPROPRIATIONS

7

Section 601.  Department of Health.

8

PART VII.  STATE STORES FUND APPROPRIATIONS

9

Section 701.  Pennsylvania State Police.

10

PART VIII.  MOTOR LICENSE FUND APPROPRIATIONS

11

FOR 2012-2013

12

SUBPART A.  MOTOR LICENSE FUND

13

Section 801.  Department of Transportation.

14

Section 802.  Executive Offices.

15

Section 803.  Treasury Department.

16

Section 804.  Department of Agriculture.

17

Section 805.  Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

18

Section 806.  Department of Education.

19

Section 807.  Department of Environmental Protection.

20

Section 808.  Department of General Services.

21

Section 809.  Department of Revenue.

22

Section 810.  Pennsylvania State Police.

23

SUBPART B.  AVIATION RESTRICTED REVENUE ACCOUNT

24

Section 821.  Department of Transportation.

25

PART IX.  HAZARDOUS MATERIAL RESPONSE FUND

26

APPROPRIATIONS

27

Section 901.  Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency.

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PART X.  MILK MARKETING FUND APPROPRIATIONS

29

Section 1001.  Milk Marketing Board.

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PART XI.  HOME INVESTMENT TRUST FUND APPROPRIATIONS

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Section 1101.  Department of Community and Economic Development.

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PART XII.  TUITION PAYMENT FUND APPROPRIATIONS

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Section 1201.  Treasury Department.

4

PART XIII.  BANKING AND SECURITIES

5

DEPARTMENT FUND APPROPRIATIONS

6

Section 1301.  Department of Banking and Securities.

7

PART XIV.  FIREARM RECORDS CHECK FUND APPROPRIATIONS

8

Section 1401.  Pennsylvania State Police.

9

PART XV.  BEN FRANKLIN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT

10

AUTHORITY FUND APPROPRIATIONS

11

Section 1501.  Department of Community and Economic Development.

12

PART XVI.  OIL AND GAS LEASE FUND

13

Section 1601.  Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

14

PART XVII.  HOME IMPROVEMENT ACCOUNT

15

Section 1701.  Attorney General.

16

PART XVIII.  CIGARETTE FIRE SAFETY AND

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FIREFIGHTER PROTECTION ACT ENFORCEMENT FUND

18

Section 1801.  Attorney General.

19

PART XIX.  ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR

20

FISCAL YEAR 2011-2012

21

SUBPART A.  GENERAL PROVISIONS

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Section 1901.  Abbreviations.

23

Section 1902.  State appropriations.

24

SUBPART B.  EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

25

Section 1911.  Executive Offices.

26

Section 1912.  Department of Education.

27

Section 1913.  Insurance Department.

28

Section 1914.  Department of Labor and Industry.

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Section 1915.  Department of Public Welfare.

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SUBPART C.  MOTOR LICENSE FUND

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Section 1921.  Department of Transportation.

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SUBPART D.  HOME IMPROVEMENT ACCOUNT

3

Section 1931.  Attorney General.

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SUBPART E.  CIGARETTE FIRE SAFETY AND FIREFIGHTER

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PROTECTION ACT ENFORCEMENT FUND

6

Section 1941.  Attorney General.

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SUBPART F.  MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS FOR 2011-2012

8

Section 1951.  Prior laws unaffected.

9

Section 1952.  Compliance with other law before funds available.

10

Section 1953.  Contracts prerequisite to encumbering or

11

committing funds.

12

Section 1954.  Minority business set-asides.

13

Section 1955.  Appropriation of funds from miscellaneous

14

sources.

15

Section 1956.  Lapsing of unused funds.

16

Section 1957.  Construction with prior appropriation acts.

17

Section 1958.  Deduction of expended appropriations under prior

18

law.

19

PART XX.  SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR FEDERAL FUNDS

20

FOR 2012-2013

21

Section 2001.  General Fund repository for Federal funds.

22

Section 2002.  Limitation on encumbering or spending Federal

23

funds.

24

Section 2003.  Appropriation of prior unspent Federal funds.

25

Section 2004.  Subgrants between Federal fund appropriations.

26

Section 2005.  Utilization of emergency Federal funds.

27

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

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PART XXI.  MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS FOR 2012-2013

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Section 2101.  Prior laws unaffected.

30

Section 2102.  Compliance with other law before funds available.

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Section 2103.  Contracts prerequisite to encumbering or

2

committing funds.

3

Section 2104.  Minority business set-asides.

4

Section 2105.  Appropriation of funds from miscellaneous

5

sources.

6

Section 2106.  Lapsing of unused funds.

7

Section 2107.  Appellate courts appropriation contingency.

8

Section 2108.  Transfer of excess funds.

9

Section 2109.  Transfer from Higher Education Assistance Fund.

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Section 2110.  Transfer from Keystone Recreation, Park and

11

Conservation Fund.

12

Section 2111.  Transfer from State Restaurant Fund.

13

Section 2109.  (Reserved).

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Section 2110.  (Reserved).

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Section 2111.  (Reserved).

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Section 2112.  Transfer from Pennsylvania Race Horse Development

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Fund.

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PART XXII.  EFFECTIVE DATE

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Section 2201.  Effective date.

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To provide from the General Fund for the expenses of the

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Executive and Judicial Departments, the State Government

22

Support Agencies and the General Assembly of the

23

Commonwealth, the public debt and the public schools for the

24

fiscal year July 1, 2012, to June 30, 2013, for certain

25

institutions and organizations, and for the payment of bills

26

incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year

27

ending June 30, 2012; to provide appropriations from the

28

State Lottery Fund, the Tobacco Settlement Fund, the Aviation

29

Restricted Revenue Account, the Hazardous Material Response

30

Fund, The State Stores Fund, the Milk Marketing Fund, the

31

Home Investment Trust Fund, the Emergency Medical Services

32

Operating Fund, the Tuition Payment Fund, the Banking

33

Department Fund, the Firearm Records Check Fund, the Ben

34

Franklin Technology Development Authority Fund, the Oil and

35

Gas Lease Fund, the Home Improvement Account and the

36

Cigarette Fire Safety and Firefighter Protection Act

37

Enforcement Fund, to the Executive Department; to provide

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appropriations from the Judicial Computer System Augmentation

2

Account to the Judicial Department for the fiscal year July

3

1, 2012, to June 30, 2013; to provide appropriations from the

4

Motor License Fund for the fiscal year July 1, 2012, to June

5

30, 2013, for the proper operation of several departments of

6

the Commonwealth and the Pennsylvania State Police authorized

7

to spend Motor License Fund moneys; to provide for the

8

appropriation of Federal funds to the Executive Department of

9

the Commonwealth and for the payment of bills remaining

10

unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012;

11

and to provide for the additional appropriation of Federal

12

and State funds from the General Fund for the Executive

13

Department of the Commonwealth for the fiscal year July 1,

14

2011, to June 30, 2012, and for the payment of bills incurred

15

and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending

16

June 30, 2012, and to provide appropriations from the Motor

17

License Fund, the Home Improvement Account and the Cigarette

18

Fire Safety and Firefighter Protection Act Enforcement Fund

19

for the fiscal year July 1, 2011, to June 30, 2012, and for

20

the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid at the

21

close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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PART I.  GENERAL PROVISIONS

24

Section 101.  Short title.

25

Section 102.  Definitions.

26

Section 103.  Abbreviations.

27

Section 104.  State appropriations.

28

Section 105.  Federal augmentation appropriations.

29

Section 106.  Block grants.

30

PART II.  GENERAL FUND AND FEDERAL APPROPRIATIONS

31

FOR 2012-2013

32

SUBPART A.  EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

33

Section 201.  Governor.

34

Section 202.  Executive Offices.

35

Section 203.  Lieutenant Governor.

36

Section 204.  Attorney General.

37

Section 205.  Auditor General.

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Section 206.  Treasury Department.

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Section 207.  (Reserved).

2

Section 208.  Department of Agriculture.

3

Section 209.  Department of Community and Economic Development.

4

Section 210.  Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

5

Section 211.  Department of Corrections.

6

Section 212.  Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs.

7

Section 213.  Department of Education.

8

Section 214.  Department of Environmental Protection.

9

Section 215.  Department of General Services.

10

Section 216.  Department of Health.

11

Section 217.  Insurance Department.

12

Section 218.  Department of Labor and Industry.

13

Section 219.  Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

14

Section 220.  Department of Public Welfare.

15

Section 221.  Department of Revenue.

16

Section 222.  Department of State.

17

Section 223.  Department of Transportation.

18

Section 224.  Pennsylvania State Police.

19

Section 225.  State Civil Service Commission.

20

Section 226.  Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency.

21

Section 227.  (Reserved).

22

Section 228.  State System of Higher Education.

23

Section 229.  Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency.

24

Section 230.  Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.

25

Section 231.  Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority.

26

Section 232.  Environmental Hearing Board.

27

Section 233.  Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole.

28

Section 234.  Pennsylvania Securities Commission.

29

Section 235.  State Employees' Retirement System.

30

Section 236.  Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology.

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Section 237.  (Reserved).

2

Section 238.  (Reserved).

3

SUBPART B.  JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

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Section 241.  Supreme Court.

5

Section 242.  Superior Court.

6

Section 243.  Commonwealth Court.

7

Section 244.  Courts of common pleas.

8

Section 245.  Community courts - magisterial district judges.

9

Section 246.  Philadelphia Traffic Court.

10

Section 247.  Philadelphia Municipal Court.

11

Section 248.  Judicial Conduct Board.

12

Section 249.  Court of Judicial Discipline.

13

Section 250.  Juror cost reimbursement.

14

Section 251.  County court reimbursement.

15

SUBPART C.  GENERAL ASSEMBLY

16

Section 261.  Senate.

17

Section 262.  House of Representatives.

18

SUBPART D.  GOVERNMENT SUPPORT AGENCIES

19

Section 271.  Legislative Reference Bureau.

20

Section 272.  Legislative Budget and Finance Committee.

21

Section 273.  Legislative Data Processing Committee.

22

Section 274.  Joint State Government Commission.

23

Section 275.  Local Government Commission.

24

Section 276.  Joint Legislative Air and Water Pollution Control

25

and Conservation Committee.

26

Section 277.  Legislative Audit Advisory Commission.

27

Section 278.  Independent Regulatory Review Commission.

28

Section 279.  Capitol Preservation Committee.

29

Section 280.  Pennsylvania Commission on Sentencing.

30

Section 281.  Center for Rural Pennsylvania.

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Section 282.  Commonwealth Mail Processing Center.

2

Section 283.  Legislative Reapportionment Commission.

3

Section 284.  Independent Fiscal Office.

4

Section 285.  Health Care Cost Containment Council.

5

Section 286.  State Ethics Commission.

6

PART III.  STATE LOTTERY FUND APPROPRIATIONS

7

Section 301.  Department of Aging.

8

Section 302.  Department of Public Welfare.

9

PART IV.  TOBACCO SETTLEMENT FUND APPROPRIATIONS

10

Section 401.  Tobacco Settlement Board.

11

Section 402.  Department of Community and Economic Development.

12

Section 403.  Department of Public Welfare.

13

PART V.  JUDICIAL COMPUTER SYSTEM AUGMENTATION ACCOUNT

14

APPROPRIATIONS

15

Section 501.  Supreme Court.

16

PART VI.  EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES OPERATING FUND

17

APPROPRIATIONS

18

Section 601.  Department of Health.

19

PART VII.  STATE STORES FUND APPROPRIATIONS

20

Section 701.  Pennsylvania State Police.

21

PART VIII.  MOTOR LICENSE FUND APPROPRIATIONS

22

FOR 2012-2013

23

SUBPART A.  MOTOR LICENSE FUND

24

Section 801.  Department of Transportation.

25

Section 802.  Executive Offices.

26

Section 803.  Treasury Department.

27

Section 804.  Department of Agriculture.

28

Section 805.  Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

29

Section 806.  Department of Education.

30

Section 807.  Department of Environmental Protection.

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Section 808.  Department of General Services.

2

Section 809.  Department of Revenue.

3

Section 810.  Pennsylvania State Police.

4

SUBPART B.  AVIATION RESTRICTED REVENUE ACCOUNT

5

Section 821.  Department of Transportation.

6

PART IX.  HAZARDOUS MATERIAL RESPONSE FUND

7

APPROPRIATIONS

8

Section 901.  Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency.

9

PART X.  MILK MARKETING FUND APPROPRIATIONS

10

Section 1001.  Milk Marketing Board.

11

PART XI.  HOME INVESTMENT TRUST FUND APPROPRIATIONS

12

Section 1101.  Department of Community and Economic Development.

13

PART XII.  TUITION PAYMENT FUND APPROPRIATIONS

14

Section 1201.  Treasury Department.

15

PART XIII.  BANKING DEPARTMENT FUND APPROPRIATIONS

16

Section 1301.  Department of Banking and Securities.

17

PART XIV.  FIREARM RECORDS CHECK FUND APPROPRIATIONS

18

Section 1401.  Pennsylvania State Police.

19

PART XV.  BEN FRANKLIN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT

20

AUTHORITY FUND APPROPRIATIONS

21

Section 1501.  Department of Community and Economic Development.

22

PART XVI.  OIL AND GAS LEASE FUND

23

Section 1601.  Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

24

PART XVII.  HOME IMPROVEMENT ACCOUNT

25

Section 1701.  Attorney General.

26

PART XVIII.  CIGARETTE FIRE SAFETY AND

27

FIREFIGHTER PROTECTION ACT ENFORCEMENT FUND

28

Section 1801.  Attorney General.

29

PART XIX.  ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR

30

FISCAL YEAR 2011-2012

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SUBPART A.  GENERAL PROVISIONS

2

Section 1901.  Abbreviations.

3

Section 1902.  State appropriations.

4

SUBPART B.  EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

5

Section 1911.  Executive Offices.

6

Section 1912.  Department of Education.

7

Section 1912.1.  Department of Health.

8

Section 1913.  Insurance Department.

9

Section 1914.  Department of Labor and Industry.

10

Section 1915.  Department of Public Welfare.

11

Section 1916.  Department of State.

12

Section 1917.  Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency.

13

SUBPART C.  (RESERVED)

14

SUBPART D.  MOTOR LICENSE FUND

15

Section 1931.  Department of Transportation.

16

SUBPART E.  HOME IMPROVEMENT ACCOUNT

17

Section 1941.  Attorney General.

18

SUBPART F.  CIGARETTE FIRE SAFETY AND FIREFIGHTER

19

PROTECTION ACT ENFORCEMENT FUND

20

Section 1951.  Attorney General.

21

SUBPART G.  MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS FOR 2011-2012

22

Section 1961.  Prior laws unaffected.

23

Section 1962.  Compliance with other law before funds available.

24

Section 1963.  Contracts prerequisite to encumbering or

25

committing funds.

26

Section 1964.  Minority business set-asides.

27

Section 1965.  Appropriation of funds from miscellaneous

28

sources.

29

Section 1966.  Lapsing of unused funds.

30

Section 1967.  Construction with prior appropriation acts.

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Section 1968.  Deduction of expended appropriations under prior

2

law.

3

PART XX.  SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR FEDERAL FUNDS

4

FOR 2012-2013

5

Section 2001.  General Fund repository for Federal funds.

6

Section 2002.  Limitation on encumbering or spending Federal

7

funds.

8

Section 2003.  Appropriation of prior unspent Federal funds.

9

Section 2004.  Subgrants between Federal fund appropriations.

10

Section 2005.  Utilization of emergency Federal funds.

11

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

12

PART XXI.  MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS FOR 2012-2013

13

Section 2101.  Prior laws unaffected.

14

Section 2102.  Compliance with other law before funds available.

15

Section 2103.  Contracts prerequisite to encumbering or

16

committing funds.

17

Section 2104.  Minority business set-asides.

18

Section 2105.  Appropriation of funds from miscellaneous

19

sources.

20

Section 2106.  Lapsing of unused funds.

21

Section 2107.  Appellate courts appropriation contingency.

22

Section 2108.  Transfer of excess funds.

23

Section 2109.  Transfers for government support agencies.

24

Section 2110.  (Reserved).

25

Section 2111.  (Reserved).

26

Section 2112.  Transfer from Pennsylvania Race Horse Development

27

Fund.

28

PART XXII.  EFFECTIVE DATE

29

Section 2201.  Effective date.

30

The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

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hereby enacts as follows:

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PART I

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GENERAL PROVISIONS

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Section 101.  Short title.--This act shall be known and may

5

be cited as the General Appropriation Act of 2012.

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Section 102.  Definitions.--The following words and phrases

7

when used in this act shall have the meanings given to them in

8

this section unless the context clearly indicates otherwise:

9

"Employees."  Includes all directors, superintendents, bureau

10

or division chiefs, assistant directors, assistant

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superintendents, assistant chiefs, experts, scientists,

12

engineers, surveyors, draftsmen, accountants, secretaries,

13

auditors, inspectors, examiners, analysts, statisticians,

14

marshals, clerks, stenographers, bookkeepers, messengers and

15

other assistants in any department, board or commission.

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"Expenses" and "maintenance."  Includes all printing, binding

17

and stationery, food and forage, materials and supplies,

18

traveling expenses, training, motor vehicle supplies and

19

repairs, freight, express and cartage, postage, telephones and

20

telegraph rentals and toll charges, newspaper advertising and

21

notices, public advertising by or through any medium, fuel,

22

light, heat, power and water, minor construction and renovation,

23

repairs or reconstruction of equipment, buildings and

24

facilities, rent of real estate and equipment, premiums on

25

workers' compensation, insurance premiums on policies of

26

liability insurance, insurance premiums on medical payment

27

insurance and surety bonds for volunteer workers, premiums on

28

employee group life insurance and employee and retired employee

29

group hospital and medical insurance, payment of Commonwealth

30

share of Social Security taxes and unemployment compensation

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1

costs for State employees, the purchase of replacement or

2

additional equipment and machinery and all other incidental

3

costs and expenses, including payment to the Department of

4

General Services of mileage and other charges for the use of

5

automobiles and rental payments for permanently assigned

6

automobiles and of expenses or costs of services incurred

7

through the Purchasing Fund. The term "expenses" also shall

8

include the medical costs for the treatment of inmates of State

9

institutions when the inmate must be transferred to an outside

10

hospital, provided, that in no case shall the State institution

11

pay more for patient care than that provided under the State

12

medical assistance program.

13

Section 103.  Abbreviations.--The following abbreviations

14

when used in this act shall have the meanings given to them in

15

this section unless the context clearly indicates otherwise:

16

"ARC."  Appalachian Regional Commission.

17

"ARRA."  American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

18

"BG."  Block grant.

19

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

20

"CHIPRA."  Children's Health Insurance Program

21

Reauthorization Act.

22

"CSBG."  Community Services Block Grant.

23

"DCSI."  Drug Control and Systems Improvement Formula Grant

24

Program.

25

"DFSC."  Drug Free Schools and Communities Act.

26

"DOE."  Department of Energy.

27

"EEOC."  Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

28

"EPA."  Environmental Protection Agency.

29

"ESEA."  Elementary and Secondary Education Act.

30

"ESG."  Emergency Solutions Grant.

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"FEMA."  Federal Emergency Management Agency.

2

"FTA."  Federal Transit Administration.

3

"HUD."  Department of Housing and Urban Development.

4

"ID."  Intellectual Disabilities.

5

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

6

"LSTA."  Library Services and Technology Act.

7

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

8

"MHSBG."  Mental Health Services Block Grant.

9

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

10

"RSAT."  Residential Substance Abuse Treatment.

11

"SABG."  Substance Abuse Block Grant.

12

"SCDBG."  Small Communities Development Block Grant.

13

"SDA."  Service Delivery Area.

14

"SSBG."  Social Services Block Grant.

15

"TANFBG."  Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Block

16

Grant.

17

"VA."  Veterans' Administration.

18

"WIA."  Workforce Investment Act.

19

"WIC."  Women, Infants and Children Program.

20

Section 104.  State appropriations.--(a)  General Fund.--The

21

following sums set forth in this act, or as much thereof as may

22

be necessary, are hereby specifically appropriated from the

23

General Fund to the several hereinafter named agencies of the

24

Executive, Legislative and Judicial Departments of the

25

Commonwealth for the payment of salaries, wages or other

26

compensation and travel expenses of the duly elected or

27

appointed officers and employees of the Commonwealth, for the

28

payment of fees for contractual services rendered, for the

29

purchase or rental of goods and services, printing, public

30

advertising by or through any medium, equipment, land and

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1

buildings and for payment of any other expenses, as provided by

2

law or by this act, necessary for the proper conduct of the

3

duties, functions and activities and for the purposes

4

hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,

5

2012, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid

6

at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012.

7

(b)  State Lottery Fund.--The following sums set forth in

8

this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby

9

specifically appropriated from the State Lottery Fund to the

10

several hereinafter named agencies of the Executive Department

11

of the Commonwealth for the payment of salaries, wages or other

12

compensation and travel expenses of the duly appointed officers

13

and employees of the Commonwealth, for the payment of fees for

14

contractual services rendered, for the purchase or rental of

15

goods and services and for payment of any other expenses, as

16

provided by law or by this act, necessary for the proper conduct

17

of the duties, functions and activities and for the purposes

18

hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,

19

2012, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid

20

at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012.

21

(c)  Tobacco Settlement Fund.--The following sums set forth

22

in this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby

23

specifically appropriated from the Tobacco Settlement Fund to

24

the hereinafter named agencies of the Executive Department of

25

the Commonwealth for the payment of salaries, wages or other

26

compensation and travel expenses of the duly appointed officers

27

and employees of the Commonwealth, for the payment of fees for

28

contractual services rendered, for the purchase or rental of

29

goods and services and for payment of any other expenses, as

30

provided by law or by this act, necessary for the proper conduct

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1

of the duties, functions and activities and for the purposes

2

hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,

3

2012, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid

4

at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012.

5

(d)  Judicial Computer System Augmentation Account.--The

6

following sums set forth in this act, or as much thereof as may

7

be necessary, are hereby specifically appropriated from the

8

restricted receipt account established within the General Fund,

9

known as the Judicial Computer System Augmentation Account, to

10

the Judicial Department of the Commonwealth for the payment of

11

salaries, wages or other compensation and travel expenses, for

12

the payment of fees for contractual services rendered, for the

13

purchase or rental of goods and services and for the payment of

14

any other expenses, as provided by law or by this act, necessary

15

for the proper conduct of the duties, functions and activities

16

and for the purposes hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year

17

beginning July 1, 2012, and for the payment of bills incurred

18

and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June

19

30, 2012.

20

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

21

following sums set forth in this act, or as much thereof as may

22

be necessary, are hereby specifically appropriated from the

23

Emergency Medical Services Operating Fund to the several

24

hereinafter named agencies of the Executive Department of the

25

Commonwealth for the payment of fees for contractual services

26

rendered, for the purchase or rental of goods and services and

27

for the payment of any other expenses, as provided by law or by

28

this act, necessary for the proper conduct of the duties,

29

functions and activities and for the purposes hereinafter set

30

forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012, and for the

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1

payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of

2

the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012.

3

(f)  The State Stores Fund.--The following sums set forth in

4

this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby

5

specifically appropriated from The State Stores Fund to the

6

hereinafter named agency of the Executive Department of the

7

Commonwealth for the payment of salaries, wages or other

8

compensation and travel expenses of the duly appointed officers

9

and employees of the Commonwealth, for the payment of fees for

10

contractual services rendered, for the purchase or rental of

11

goods and services and for the payment of any other expenses, as

12

provided by law or by this act, necessary for the proper conduct

13

of the duties, functions and activities and for the purposes

14

hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,

15

2012, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid

16

at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012.

17

(g)  Motor License Fund.--The following sums, or as much

18

thereof as may be necessary, are hereby appropriated from the

19

Motor License Fund to the hereinafter named agencies of the

20

Executive Department for the payment of salaries, wages and

21

other compensation and travel expenses of the duly elected or

22

appointed officers and employees of the Commonwealth, for

23

contractual services and other expenses necessary for the proper

24

conduct of the duties, functions and activities for the purposes

25

hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,

26

2012, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid

27

at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012.

28

(h)  Aviation Restricted Revenue Account.--The following

29

sums, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby

30

appropriated from the Aviation Restricted Revenue Account in the

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1

Motor License Fund to the hereinafter named agencies of the

2

Executive Department for the purposes set forth herein for the

3

fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012, and for the payment of bills

4

incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year

5

ending June 30, 2012.

6

(i)  Hazardous Material Response Fund.--The following sums

7

set forth in this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary,

8

are hereby specifically appropriated from the Hazardous Material

9

Response Fund to the several hereinafter named agencies of the

10

Executive Department of the Commonwealth for the payment of fees

11

for contractual services rendered, for the purchase or rental of

12

goods and services and for the payment of any other expenses, as

13

provided by law or by this act, necessary for the proper conduct

14

of the duties, functions and activities and for the purposes

15

hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,

16

2012, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid

17

at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012.

18

(j)  Milk Marketing Fund.--The following sums set forth in

19

this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby

20

specifically appropriated from the Milk Marketing Fund to the

21

several hereinafter named agencies of the Executive Department

22

of the Commonwealth for the payment of salaries, wages or other

23

compensation and travel expenses of the duly appointed officers

24

and employees of the Commonwealth, for the payment of fees for

25

contractual services rendered, for the purchase or rental of

26

goods and services and for the payment of any other expenses, as

27

provided by law or by this act, necessary for the proper conduct

28

of the duties, functions and activities and for the purposes

29

hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,

30

2012, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid

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1

at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012.

2

(k)  Home Investment Trust Fund.--The following sums set

3

forth in this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are

4

hereby specifically appropriated from the Home Investment Trust

5

Fund to the hereinafter named agencies of the Executive

6

Department of the Commonwealth for the payment of salaries,

7

wages or other compensation and travel expenses of the duly

8

appointed officers and employees of the Commonwealth, for the

9

payment of fees for contractual services rendered, for the

10

purchase or rental of goods and services and for the payment of

11

any other expenses, as provided by law or by this act, necessary

12

for the proper conduct of the duties, functions and activities

13

and for the purposes hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year

14

beginning July 1, 2012, and for the payment of bills incurred

15

and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June

16

30, 2012.

17

(l)  Tuition Payment Fund.--The following sums set forth in

18

this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby

19

specifically appropriated from the Tuition Payment Fund to the

20

hereinafter named agencies of the Executive Department of the

21

Commonwealth for the payment of salaries, wages or other

22

compensation and travel expenses of the duly appointed officers

23

and employees of the Commonwealth, for the payment of fees for

24

contractual services rendered, for the purchase or rental of

25

goods and services and for the payment of any other expenses, as

26

provided by law or by this act, necessary for the proper conduct

27

of the duties, functions and activities and for the purposes

28

hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,

29

2012, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid

30

at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012.

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1

(m)  Banking and Securities Department Fund.--The following

2

sums set forth in this act, or as much thereof as may be

3

necessary, are hereby specifically appropriated from the Banking

4

and Securities Department Fund to the hereinafter named agencies

5

of the Executive Department of the Commonwealth for the payment

6

of salaries, wages or other compensation and travel expenses of

7

the duly appointed officers and employees of the Commonwealth,

8

for the payment of fees for contractual services rendered, for

9

the purchase or rental of goods and services and for the payment

10

of any other expenses, as provided by law or by this act,

11

necessary for the proper conduct of the duties, functions and

12

activities and for the purposes hereinafter set forth for the

13

fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012, and for the payment of bills

14

incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year

15

ending June 30, 2012.

16

(n)  Firearm Records Check Fund.--The following sums set

17

forth in this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are

18

hereby specifically appropriated from the Firearm Records Check

19

Fund to the hereinafter named agencies of the Executive

20

Department of the Commonwealth for the payment of salaries,

21

wages or other compensation and travel expenses of the duly

22

appointed officers and employees of the Commonwealth, for the

23

payment of fees for contractual services rendered, for the

24

purchase or rental of goods and services and for the payment of

25

any other expenses, as provided by law or by this act, necessary

26

for the proper conduct of the duties, functions and activities

27

and for the purposes hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year

28

beginning July 1, 2012, and for the payment of bills incurred

29

and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June

30

30, 2012.

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1

(o)  Ben Franklin Technology Development Authority Fund.--The

2

following sums set forth in this act, or as much thereof as may

3

be necessary, are hereby specifically appropriated from the Ben

4

Franklin Technology Development Authority Fund to the

5

hereinafter named agencies of the Executive Department of the

6

Commonwealth for the payment of salaries, wages or other

7

compensation and travel expenses of the duly appointed officers

8

and employees of the Commonwealth, for the payment of fees for

9

contractual services rendered, for the purchase or rental of

10

goods and services and for the payment of any other expenses, as

11

provided by law or by this act, necessary for the proper conduct

12

of the duties, functions and activities and for the purposes

13

hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,

14

2012, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid

15

at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012.

16

(p)  Oil and Gas Lease Fund.--The following sums set forth in

17

this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby

18

specifically appropriated from the Oil and Gas Lease Fund to the

19

hereinafter named agencies of the Executive Department of the

20

Commonwealth for the payment of salaries, wages or other

21

compensation and travel expenses of the duly appointed officers

22

and employees of the Commonwealth, for the payment of fees for

23

contractual services rendered, for the purchase or rental of

24

goods and services and for payment of any other expenses, as

25

provided by law or by this act, necessary for the proper conduct

26

of the duties, functions and activities and for the purposes

27

hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,

28

2012, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid

29

at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012.

30

(q)  Home Improvement Account.--The following sums set forth

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1

in this act, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby

2

specifically appropriated from the Home Improvement Account to

3

the hereinafter named agencies of the Executive Department of

4

the Commonwealth for the payment of salaries, wages or other

5

compensation and travel expenses of the duly appointed officers

6

and employees of the Commonwealth, for the payment of fees for

7

contractual services rendered, for the purchase or rental of

8

goods and services and for payment of any other expenses, as

9

provided by law or by this act, necessary for the proper conduct

10

of the duties, functions and activities and for the purposes

11

hereinafter set forth for the fiscal year beginning July 1,

12

2012, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid

13

at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012.

14

(r)  Cigarette Fire Safety and Firefighter Protection Act

15

Enforcement Fund.--The following sums set forth in this act, or

16

as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby specifically

17

appropriated from the Cigarette Fire Safety and Firefighter

18

Protection Act Enforcement Fund to the hereinafter named

19

agencies of the Executive Department of the Commonwealth for the

20

payment of salaries, wages or other compensation and travel

21

expenses of the duly appointed officers and employees of the

22

Commonwealth, for the payment of fees for contractual services

23

rendered, for the purchase or rental of goods and services and

24

for payment of any other expenses, as provided by law or by this

25

act, necessary for the proper conduct of the duties, functions

26

and activities and for the purposes hereinafter set forth for

27

the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012, and for the payment of

28

bills incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal

29

year ending June 30, 2012.

30

Section 105.  Federal augmentation appropriations.--The

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1

following Federal augmentation appropriations set forth in this

2

act, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby

3

specifically appropriated from the Federal augmentation funds to

4

the several hereinafter named agencies of the Executive

5

Department of the Commonwealth for the payment of the expenses

6

of implementing and carrying out the programs stated herein for

7

the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012, and for the payment of

8

bills incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal

9

year ending June 30, 2012. Unless otherwise stated, the

10

appropriations include any carryovers from the prior fiscal

11

year.

12

Section 106.  Block grants.--(a)  Appropriation.--The

13

following sums set forth in this act, or as much thereof as may

14

be necessary, are hereby specifically appropriated from the

15

block grant (BG) funds to the several hereinafter named agencies

16

of the Executive Department of the Commonwealth for the purposes

17

and under the restrictions for which the funds are provided for

18

the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012.

19

(b)  Small Communities Development Block Grant.--The Small

20

Communities Development Block Grant (SCDBG) is to assist small

21

cities and communities that have a high concentration of

22

impoverished citizens and substandard housing to expand their

23

low-income and moderate-income housing opportunities and to meet

24

community development needs.

25

(c)  Community Services Block Grant.--The Community Services

26

Block Grant (CSBG) is to provide a range of services and

27

activities having a measurable and potentially major impact on

28

the causes of poverty in the community or those areas of the

29

community where poverty is a particularly acute problem. In

30

addition, new focus may be placed on the unemployed, both old

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1

and new. Local agencies may lower their eligibility requirements

2

for recipients to three months to allow greater flexibility to

3

assure proper consideration of each recipient.

4

(d)  Preventive Health and Health Services Block Grant.--The

5

Preventive Health and Health Services Block Grant (PHHSBG) is

6

for the provision of preventive health and other health services

7

related to emergency medical systems, health initiative grants,

8

comprehensive public health, hypertension, fluoridation, health

9

education, risk reduction, home health, rape crisis and domestic

10

violence services.

11

(e)  Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant.--The

12

Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant (MCHSBG) is to

13

enable states to maintain and strengthen their leadership in

14

planning, promoting, coordinating and evaluating health care for

15

pregnant women, mothers, infants and children, and children with

16

special health care needs and in providing health services for

17

mothers and children who do not have access to adequate health

18

care.

19

(f)  Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Block Grant.--The Low-

20

Income Home Energy Assistance Block Grant (LIHEABG) is to help

21

lessen the impact of the high cost of energy on low-income

22

families and individuals, including energy efficiency grants for

23

low-income dwellings. Up to 15% of the LIHEABG funds received

24

may be used for weatherization.

25

(g)  Social Services Block Grant.--The Social Services Block

26

Grant (SSBG) is for the provision of social services to eligible

27

persons.

28

(h)  Mental Health Services Block Grant.--The Mental Health

29

Services Block Grant (MHSBG) provides funds for the provision of

30

services to adults with serious mental illness or children with

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1

serious emotional disturbance.

2

(i)  Substance Abuse Block Grant.--The Substance Abuse Block

3

Grant (SABG) provides funds to establish and maintain programs

4

to combat alcohol and drug abuse.

5

(j)  Child Care and Development Fund Block Grant.--The Child

6

Care and Development Fund Block Grant (CCDFBG) is for the

7

provision of direct child care or to increase the quality and

8

availability of child care for low-income families.

9

(k)  Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Block Grant.--

10

The Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Block Grant (TANFBG)

11

provides funds for the provision of cash grants, child care,

12

training and support services, child welfare and administration

13

for eligible families and individuals.

14

PART II

15

GENERAL FUND AND FEDERAL APPROPRIATIONS

16

FOR 2012-2013

17

SUBPART A

18

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

19

20

21

Section 201.  Governor.--The

following amounts are appropriated

to the Governor:

  

  

Federal

  

  

State

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

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

  

  

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1

2

3

4

of persons other than employees of

the Commonwealth appointed by the

Governor to represent or otherwise

serve the Commonwealth.

5

State appropriation...........

  

6,179,000

<--

6

State appropriation...........

  

1,500,000

<--

7

8

9

10

Section 202.  Executive

Offices.--The following amounts are

appropriated to the Executive

Offices:

  

  

  

Federal

  

  

  

State

11

12

For the Office of

Administration.

  

  

13

State appropriation...........

  

8,106,000

<--

14

State appropriation...........

  

4,106,000

<--

15

For the Office of the Receiver.

  

  

16

State appropriation.............

  

2,000,000

17

18

19

To the Office of Administration

for payment of Medicare Part B

enrollment penalties.

  

  

20

State appropriation.............

  

291,000

21

22

For Commonwealth Technology

Services.

  

  

23

State appropriation.............

  

43,339,000

24

25

26

27

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for Commonwealth

Technology Services:

  

  

28

29

(1)  "ARRA - Broadband

Technology Opportunities."

  

  

30

Federal appropriation...........

26,694,000

  

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1

(2)  (Reserved).

  

  

2

3

4

(3)  "ARRA - Broadband

Technology Opportunities -

Mapping."

  

  

5

Federal appropriation...........

4,500,000

  

6

7

For the Statewide Public Safety

Radio System.

  

  

8

State appropriation.............

  

6,724,000

9

For the Inspector General.

  

  

10

State appropriation.............

  

4,152,000

11

12

For investigation of welfare

fraud activities.

  

  

13

State appropriation.............

  

12,705,000

14

15

16

17

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for investigation

of welfare fraud activities:

  

  

18

19

(1)  "TANFBG - Program

Accountability."

  

  

20

Federal appropriation...........

1,500,000

  

21

22

(2)  "Food Stamps - Program

Accountability."

  

  

23

Federal appropriation...........

7,000,000

  

24

25

(3)  "Medical Assistance -

Program Accountability."

  

  

26

Federal appropriation...........

4,200,000

  

27

28

(4)  "CCDFBG Subsidized Day Care

- Fraud Investigation."

  

  

29

Federal appropriation...........

1,000,000

  

30

For the Office of the Budget.

  

  

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1

State appropriation.............

  

18,537,000

2

For Health Information Exchange.

  

  

3

State appropriation.............

  

804,000

4

5

6

7

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for Health

Information Exchange:

  

  

8

9

(1)  "ARRA - Health Information

Technology."

  

  

10

Federal appropriation...........

16,749,000

  

11

12

For the Office of General

Counsel.

  

  

13

State appropriation.............

  

3,189,000

14

15

For the Pennsylvania Human

Relations Commission.

  

  

  

  

16

State appropriation.............

  

9,491,000

17

18

19

20

21

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for the

Pennsylvania Human Relations

Commission:

  

  

22

23

(1)  "EEOC - Special Project

Grant."

  

  

24

Federal appropriation...........

2,000,000

  

25

26

(2)  "HUD - Special Project

Grant."

  

  

27

Federal appropriation...........

958,000

  

28

For the Council on the Arts.

  

  

29

State appropriation.............

  

886,000

30

The following Federal amounts

  

  

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1

2

3

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for the Council on

the Arts:

4

5

(1)  "National Endowment for the

Arts - Administration."

  

  

6

Federal appropriation...........

400,000

  

7

8

For the Juvenile Court Judges

Commission.

  

  

9

State appropriation.............

  

2,461,000

10

11

For the Public Employee

Retirement Commission.

  

  

12

State appropriation.............

  

707,000

13

14

For the Pennsylvania Commission

on Crime and Delinquency.

  

  

15

State appropriation.............

  

3,183,000

16

17

18

19

20

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for the

Pennsylvania Commission on Crime

and Delinquency:

  

  

21

22

(1)  "Plan for Juvenile

Justice."

  

  

23

Federal appropriation...........

268,000

  

24

(2)  (Reserved).

  

  

25

26

(3)  "Justice Assistance

Grants."

  

  

27

Federal appropriation...........

25,000,000

  

28

29

(4)  "ARRA - Justice Assistance

Grants."

  

  

30

Federal appropriation...........

20,000,000

  

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1

2

(5)  "Justice Assistance Grants

- Administration."

  

  

3

Federal appropriation...........

1,700,000

  

4

5

(6)  "ARRA - Justice Assistance

Grants - Administration."

  

  

6

Federal appropriation...........

2,000,000

  

7

8

(7)  "Juvenile Justice - Title

V."

  

  

9

Federal appropriation...........

200,000

  

10

11

(8)  "Statistical Analysis

Center."

  

  

12

Federal appropriation...........

150,000

  

13

14

(9)  "Criminal Identification

Technology."

  

  

15

Federal appropriation...........

1,000,000

  

16

17

(10)  "Crime Victims'

Compensation Services."

  

  

18

Federal appropriation...........

7,500,000

  

19

(11)  (Reserved).

  

  

20

(12)  (Reserved).

  

  

21

22

(13)  "Crime Victims'

Assistance."

  

  

23

Federal appropriation...........

20,000,000

  

24

25

(14)  "ARRA - Crime Victims'

Assistance."

  

  

26

Federal appropriation...........

100,000

  

27

28

(15)  "Violence Against Women

Formula Grant Program."

  

  

29

Federal appropriation...........

5,500,000

  

30

(16)  "ARRA - Violence Against

  

  

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1

Women."

2

Federal appropriation...........

500,000

  

3

4

5

(17)  "Violence Against Women

Formula Grant Program -

Administration."

  

  

6

Federal appropriation...........

500,000

  

7

8

(18)  "ARRA - Violence Against

Women - Administration."

  

  

9

Federal appropriation...........

250,000

  

10

11

(19)  "Residential Substance

Abuse Treatment Program."

  

  

12

Federal appropriation...........

1,700,000

  

13

(20)  (Reserved).

  

  

14

15

16

(21)  "Crime Victims' Assistance

(VOCA) -

Administration/Operations."

  

  

17

Federal appropriation...........

1,300,000

  

18

19

(22)  "Juvenile Accountability

Incentive Program."

  

  

20

Federal appropriation...........

5,000,000

  

21

22

23

(23)  "Juvenile Accountability

Incentive Program -

Administration."

  

  

24

Federal appropriation...........

119,000

  

25

(24) (Reserved).

  

  

26

(25)  (Reserved).

  

  

27

28

(26)  "Juvenile Justice and

Delinquency Prevention."

  

  

29

Federal appropriation...........

4,500,000

  

30

(27)  "Safe Neighborhoods."

  

  

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1

Federal appropriation...........

800,000

  

2

(28)  (Reserved).

  

  

3

(29)  (Reserved).

  

  

4

5

(30)  "Statewide Automated

Victim Information."

  

  

6

Federal appropriation...........

1,000,000

  

7

(31)  (Reserved).

  

  

8

9

(32)  "Justice and Mental Health

Collaboration."

  

  

10

Federal appropriation...........

250,000

  

11

12

(33)  "Assault Services

Program."

  

  

13

Federal appropriation...........

500,000

  

14

(34)  "Incentive Grant Program."

  

  

15

Federal appropriation...........

1,000,000

  

16

(35)  (Reserved).

  

  

17

18

(36)  "Second Chance Act -

Mentoring."

  

  

19

Federal appropriation...........

625,000

  

20

(37)  (Reserved).

  

  

21

22

(38)  "Pennsylvania Capital

Litigation Training Program."

  

  

23

Federal appropriation...........

375,000

  

24

(39)  (Reserved).

  

  

25

26

(40)  "NICS Act Record

Improvement Program."

  

  

27

Federal appropriation...........

2,000,000

  

28

(41)  (Reserved).

  

  

29

(42)  "Youth Promise Act."

  

  

30

Federal appropriation...........

1,000,000

  

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1

2

(43)  "Second Chance Act -

Juvenile Offender Reentry."

  

  

3

Federal appropriation...........

975,000

  

4

5

(44)  "Prosecutor and Defender

Incentives."

  

  

6

Federal appropriation...........

400,000

  

7

(45) (Reserved).

  

  

8

9

(46)  "Juvenile Delinquency

Court Improvement Initiative."

  

  

10

Federal appropriation...........

500,000

  

11

12

(47)  "Community Strategic

Planning Demonstration Project."

  

  

13

Federal appropriation...........

36,000

  

14

15

(48)  "Combat Underage Drinking

Program."

  

  

16

Federal appropriation...........

800,000

  

17

18

(49)  "Forensic Science

Program."

  

  

19

Federal appropriation...........

1,500,000

  

20

21

(50)  "Juvenile Justice

Innovation Fund."

  

  

22

Federal appropriation...........

500,000

  

23

For safe schools advocate.

  

  

24

State appropriation.............

  

380,000

25

26

For violence prevention

programs.

  

  

27

State appropriation.............

  

1,863,000

28

29

For intermediate punishment

treatment programs.

  

  

30

State appropriation.............

  

18,167,000

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1

For juvenile probation services.

  

  

2

State appropriation.............

  

16,445,000

3

For grants to the arts.

  

  

4

State appropriation.............

  

8,179,000

5

6

7

8

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for grants to the

arts:

  

  

9

10

(1)  "National Endowment for the

Arts - Basic State Grant."

  

  

11

Federal appropriation...........

850,000

  

12

13

14

15

Section 203.  Lieutenant

Governor.--The following amounts

are appropriated to the Lieutenant

Governor:

  

  

  

Federal

  

  

  

State

16

17

18

19

For the Office of the Lieutenant

Governor, including payment of

expenses of the residence at the

Edward Martin Military Reservation.

  

  

20

State appropriation.............

  

802,000

<--

21

State appropriation.............

  

250,000

<--

22

For the Board of Pardons.

  

  

23

State appropriation.............

  

476,000

24

25

26

27

Section 204.  Attorney

General.--The following amounts are

appropriated to the Attorney

General:

  

  

  

Federal

  

  

  

State

28

29

30

For general government

operations of the Office of

Attorney General.

  

  

- 38 -

 


1

State appropriation.............

  

35,446,000

2

3

4

5

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for general

government operations:

  

  

6

7

(1)  "State Medicaid Fraud

Control Units."

  

  

8

Federal appropriation...........

3,731,000

  

9

10

11

(2)  "Middle Atlantic - Great

Lakes Organized Crime Law

Enforcement Network."

  

  

12

Federal appropriation...........

12,536,000

  

13

For drug law enforcement.

  

  

14

State appropriation.............

  

23,500,000

15

16

17

18

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for drug law

enforcement:

  

  

19

20

(1)  "High Intensity Drug

Trafficking Areas."

  

  

21

Federal appropriation...........

4,597,000

  

22

For local drug task forces.

  

  

23

State appropriation.............

  

9,604,000

24

For a drug strike task force.

  

  

25

State appropriation.............

  

1,998,000

26

27

28

For a joint local-State firearm

task force in a city of the first

class.

  

  

29

State appropriation.............

  

3,014,000

30

For witness relocation programs.

  

  

- 39 -

 


1

State appropriation.............

  

1,099,000

2

3

For Child Predator Interception

Unit.

  

  

4

State appropriation.............

  

1,330,000

5

For a capital appeals case unit.

  

  

6

State appropriation.............

  

473,000

7

8

For charitable nonprofit

conversions.

  

  

9

State appropriation.............

  

851,000

10

For tobacco law enforcement.

  

  

11

State appropriation.............

  

606,000

12

13

14

For trials resulting from

indictments by multicounty grand

juries.

  

  

15

State appropriation.............

  

200,000

16

17

18

19

Section 205.  Auditor General.--

The following amounts are

appropriated to the Auditor

General:

  

  

Federal

  

  

State

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

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

  

  

  

  

- 40 -

 


1

2

3

4

5

proper auditing of appropriations

for or relating to public

assistance, including any Federal

sums supplementing such

appropriations.

6

State appropriation.............

  

40,777,000

7

For the Board of Claims.

  

  

8

State appropriation.............

  

1,616,000

9

10

11

12

Section 206.  Treasury

Department.--The following amounts

are appropriated to the Treasury

Department:

  

  

  

Federal

  

  

  

State

13

14

15

16

17

18

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.

  

  

19

State appropriation.............

  

31,752,000

20

21

For the Board of Finance and

Revenue.

  

  

22

State appropriation.............

  

1,945,000

23

For divestiture reimbursement.

  

  

24

State appropriation.............

  

165,000

25

26

27

28

29

30

For the payment of the

Commonwealth's portion of the

expenses of various councils,

commissions, conferences, boards,

associations, coalitions and

institutes which are multistate

  

  

- 41 -

 


1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

organizations of which the

Commonwealth has been a member for

at least one year and which

membership enables the Commonwealth

government to represent the

citizens of Pennsylvania, such

organizations being designed to

promote or protect the member

states' interests, or which promote

governmental financial excellence

or accountability.

12

State appropriation.............

  

1,139,000

13

14

15

For publishing statements of the

General Fund and other funds of the

Commonwealth.

  

  

16

State appropriation.............

  

15,000

17

18

For information technology

modernization.

  

  

19

State appropriation.............

  

7,425,000

20

21

22

For payment of law enforcement

officers' and emergency response

personnel death benefits.

  

  

23

State appropriation.............

  

2,163,000

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

For compensation of the

Commonwealth's loan and transfer

agent for services and expenses in

connection with the registration,

transfer and payment of interest on

bonds of the Commonwealth and other

services required to be performed

  

  

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1

by the loan and transfer agent.

2

State appropriation.............

  

60,000

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

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. §

148).

  

  

10

State appropriation.............

  

1,100,832,000

11

Section 207.  (Reserved).

  

  

12

13

14

15

Section 208.  Department of

Agriculture.--The following amounts

are appropriated to the Department

of Agriculture:

  

  

  

Federal

  

  

  

State

16

17

18

For general government

operations of the Department of

Agriculture.

  

  

19

State appropriation.............

  

26,197,000

20

21

22

23

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for general

government operations:

  

  

24

25

(1)  "Pennsylvania Plant Pest

Detection System."

  

  

26

Federal appropriation...........

1,300,000

  

27

(2)  "Poultry Grading Service."

  

  

28

Federal appropriation...........

100,000

  

29

30

(3)  "Medicated Feed Mill

Inspection."

  

  

- 43 -

 


1

Federal appropriation...........

50,000

  

2

3

(4)  "National School Lunch

Administration."

  

  

4

Federal appropriation...........

1,700,000

  

5

6

(5)  "Emergency Food

Assistance."

  

  

7

Federal appropriation...........

4,000,000

  

8

9

10

11

12

13

In addition to the specific

amounts appropriated herein, all

other moneys received from the

Federal Government for emergency

food assistance are hereby

appropriated to such program.

  

  

14

(6)  (Reserved).

  

  

15

16

17

(7)  "Pesticide Enforcement,

Certification, Training and Control

Program."

  

  

18

Federal appropriation...........

1,000,000

  

19

20

(8)  "Agricultural Risk

Protection."

  

  

21

Federal appropriation...........

1,000,000

  

22

23

(9)  "Commodity Supplemental

Food."

  

  

24

Federal appropriation...........

3,000,000

  

25

26

27

28

29

30

In addition to the specific

amounts appropriated herein, all

other moneys received from the

Federal Government for commodity

supplemental food are hereby

appropriated to such program.

  

  

- 44 -

 


1

2

(10)  "Organic Cost

Distribution."

  

  

3

Federal appropriation...........

250,000

  

4

(11)  "Animal Disease Control."

  

  

5

Federal appropriation...........

2,000,000

  

6

7

(12)  "Food Establishment

Inspections."

  

  

8

Federal appropriation...........

500,000

  

9

10

(13)  "Integrated Pest

Management."

  

  

11

Federal appropriation...........

250,000

  

12

13

(14)  "Johne's Disease Herd

Project."

  

  

14

Federal appropriation...........

2,000,000

  

15

16

(15)  "Avian Influenza

Surveillance."

  

  

17

Federal appropriation...........

2,000,000

  

18

(16)  "Oral Rabies Vaccine."

  

  

19

Federal appropriation...........

100,000

  

20

21

(17)  "Exotic Newcastle Disease

Control."

  

  

22

Federal appropriation...........

300,000

  

23

(18)  "Scrapie Disease Control."

  

  

24

Federal appropriation...........

60,000

  

25

26

(19)  "Monitoring Foot and Mouth

Disease."

  

  

27

Federal appropriation...........

150,000

  

28

(20)  "Wildlife Services."

  

  

29

Federal appropriation...........

800,000

  

30

(21)  "Animal Identification."

  

  

- 45 -

 


1

Federal appropriation...........

2,000,000

  

2

(22)  "Specialty Crops."

  

  

3

Federal appropriation...........

1,500,000

  

4

5

(23)  "Emerald Ash Borer

Mitigation."

  

  

6

Federal appropriation...........

800,000

  

7

(24)  (Reserved).

  

  

8

(25)  "Mediation Grant."

  

  

9

Federal appropriation...........

200,000

  

10

11

For agricultural excellence

programs.

  

  

12

State appropriation.............

  

270,000

13

For farmers market food coupons.

  

  

14

State appropriation.............

  

2,079,000

15

16

17

18

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for farmers market

food coupons:

  

  

19

20

(1)  "Farmers Market Food

Coupons."

  

  

21

Federal appropriation...........

3,500,000

  

22

23

(2)  "Senior Farmers Market

Nutrition."

  

  

24

Federal appropriation...........

2,200,000

  

25

26

27

28

29

30

In addition to the specific

amounts appropriated herein, all

other moneys received from the

Federal Government for farmers

market food coupons and senior

farmers market nutrition are hereby

  

  

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1

appropriated to such program.

2

3

4

5

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated for the

Agricultural Conservation Easement

Program:

  

  

6

(1)  "Farmland Protection."

  

  

7

Federal appropriation...........

6,000,000

  

8

For agricultural research.

  

  

9

State appropriation.............

  

787,000

10

11

12

13

14

15

For agricultural promotion,

education and exports. This

appropriation includes $125,000 for

the promotion of Pennsylvania wine

and wine grapes and $71,000 for

mushroom promotion.

  

  

16

State appropriation.............

  

196,000

17

18

For hardwoods research and

promotion.

  

  

19

State appropriation.............

  

270,000

20

21

For the Animal Health

Commission.

  

  

22

State appropriation.............

  

4,350,000

23

For payments to county fairs.

  

  

24

State appropriation...........

  

874,000

25

26

27

For development and operation of

an open livestock show, including

cattle, swine, sheep and horses.

  

  

28

State appropriation.............

  

160,000

29

30

For planning and staging of an

open dairy show.

  

  

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1

State appropriation.............

  

160,000

2

For youth shows.

  

  

3

State appropriation.............

  

127,000

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

For grants to counties for the

purchase of food to be provided to

needy persons in this Commonwealth.

This amount includes up to

$1,000,000 for the emergency food

assistance development program and

up to $5,000,000 for the cost of

distributing bonus TEFAP

commodities to counties.

  

  

13

State appropriation.............

  

17,338,000

14

15

16

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated for product

promotion and marketing:

  

  

17

(1)  "Market Improvement."

  

  

18

Federal appropriation...........

150,000

  

19

For food marketing and research.

  

  

20

State appropriation.............

  

494,000

21

22

For transfer to the Nutrient

Management Fund.

  

  

23

State appropriation.............

  

2,714,000

24

25

For transfer to the Conservation

District Fund.

  

  

26

State appropriation.............

  

1,019,000

27

28

29

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated for crop

insurance:

  

  

  

  

30

(1)  "Crop Insurance."

  

  

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1

Federal appropriation...........

2,000,000

  

2

3

4

For transfer to the Agricultural

College Land Scrip Fund restricted

account.

  

  

5

State appropriation.............

  

44,737,000

6

7

For the "PA Preferred" program

trademark licensing.

  

  

8

State appropriation.............

  

500,000

9

10

11

12

13

14

Section 209.  Department of

Community and Economic

Development.--The following amounts

are appropriated to the Department

of Community and Economic

Development:

  

  

  

  

  

Federal

  

  

  

  

  

State

15

16

17

For general government

operations of the Department of

Community and Economic Development.

  

  

18

State appropriation.............

  

15,358,000

19

20

21

22

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for general

government operations:

  

  

23

24

(1)  "ARC - State Technical

Assistance."

  

  

25

Federal appropriation...........

200,000

  

26

27

(2)  "DOE Weatherization -

Administration."

  

  

28

Federal appropriation...........

1,258,000

  

29

(3)  (Reserved).

  

  

30

(4)  "SCDBG - Administration."

  

  

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1

Federal appropriation...........

1,536,000

  

2

3

(4.1)  "SCDBG - Neighborhood

Stabilization - Administration."

  

  

4

Federal appropriation...........

1,050,000

  

5

(5)  "CSBG - Administration."

  

  

6

Federal appropriation...........

1,507,000

  

7

(6)  "LIHEABG - Administration."

  

  

8

Federal appropriation...........

1,000,000

  

9

10

(7)  "ARRA - Homelessness

Prevention Administration."

  

  

11

Federal appropriation...........

100,000

  

12

13

(8)  "ARRA - SCDBG

Administration."

  

  

14

Federal appropriation...........

50,000

  

15

16

(9)  "Americorps Training and

Technical Assistance."

  

  

17

Federal appropriation...........

128,000

  

18

19

20

(10)  "State Small Business

Credit Initiative -

Administration."

  

  

21

Federal appropriation...........

487,000

  

22

23

(11)  "EMG Solutions

Administration."

  

  

24

Federal appropriation...........

250,000

  

25

For the Office of Open Records.

  

  

26

State appropriation.............

  

1,350,000

27

For World Trade PA.

  

  

28

State appropriation.............

  

6,143,000

29

30

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

  

  

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1

2

sum appropriated for World Trade

PA:

3

4

(1)  "SBA State Trade and Export

Promotion (STEP)."

  

  

5

Federal appropriation...........

1,730,000

  

6

7

(2)  "Mining Equipment Export

Expansion Initiative."

  

  

8

Federal appropriation...........

80,000

  

9

(3)  "EDA - Expanding Exports."

  

  

10

Federal appropriation...........

150,000

  

11

12

13

For the purpose of marketing to

attract tourists to this

Commonwealth.

  

  

  

  

14

State appropriation.............

  

3,810,000

15

16

17

For the purpose of marketing to

attract business to this

Commonwealth.

  

  

18

State appropriation...........

  

941,000

19

For PennPORTS.

  

  

20

State appropriation.............

  

3,699,000

21

22

23

For PennPORTS for the debt

service of the Philadelphia

Regional Port Authority.

  

  

24

State appropriation.............

  

4,604,000

25

26

27

For transfer to the

Municipalities Financial Recovery

Revolving Fund.

  

  

28

State appropriation.............

  

2,600,000

29

30

For transfer to the Ben Franklin

Technology Development Authority

  

  

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1

2

3

Fund. Not less than 80% of this

amount shall be provided to the Ben

Franklin Technology Partners.

4

State appropriation.............

  

14,500,000

5

6

For transfer to the Commonwealth

Financing Authority.

  

  

7

State appropriation.............

  

91,019,000

<--

8

State appropriation.............

  

59,742,000

<--

9

10

11

For intergovernmental

cooperation authorities for cities

of the second class.

  

  

12

State appropriation.............

  

328,000

13

For Pennsylvania First.

  

  

14

State appropriation.............

  

23,340,000

<--

15

State appropriation.............

  

22,529,000

<--

16

17

18

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated for housing and

redevelopment:

  

  

19

(1)  "DOE Weatherization."

  

  

20

Federal appropriation...........

20,000,000

  

21

(2)  (Reserved).

  

  

22

23

(3)  "Emergency Shelter for the

Homeless."

  

  

24

Federal appropriation...........

75,000

  

25

26

27

28

29

30

(4)  "LIHEABG - Weatherization

Program." In addition to the

specific amounts appropriated

herein, all other moneys received

from the Federal Government for the

weatherization portion of the

  

  

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1

2

3

4

5

LIHEAP Program, either through an

increase in the regular program or

pursuant to a Presidential release

of contingency funds, are hereby

appropriated to this program.

6

Federal appropriation...........

25,000,000

  

7

8

(5)  "SCDBG - HUD Disaster

Recovery."

  

  

9

Federal appropriation...........

2,000,000

  

10

(6)  (Reserved).

  

  

11

12

(7)  "SCDBG - Neighborhood

Stabilization Program."

  

  

13

Federal appropriation...........

24,000,000

  

14

15

16

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated for family savings

banks:

  

  

17

(1)  "Assets for Independence."

  

  

18

Federal appropriation...........

1,000,000

  

19

20

For Municipal Assistance

Program.

  

  

21

State appropriation.............

  

642,000

22

23

24

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated for floodplain

management:

  

  

25

(1)  "FEMA - Mapping."

  

  

26

Federal appropriation...........

250,000

  

27

28

(2)  "FEMA Technical

Assistance."

  

  

29

Federal appropriation...........

200,000

  

30

For the Keystone Communities

  

  

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1

Program.

2

State appropriation.............

  

10,800,000

3

4

5

6

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for Keystone

Communities:

  

  

7

(1)  "ESG Program."

  

  

8

Federal appropriation...........

3,200,000

  

9

(2)  "EMG Solutions Program."

  

  

10

Federal appropriation...........

10,000,000

  

11

12

13

14

15

16

For the payment of the

Commonwealth's share of the costs

of the operation of the Appalachian

Regional Commission and the Office

of the Appalachian States' regional

representative.

  

  

17

State appropriation.............

  

1,003,000

18

19

For partnerships for regional

economic performance.

  

  

20

State appropriation.............

  

11,880,000

21

22

23

24

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for partnerships

for regional economic performance:

  

  

25

26

(1)  "State Small Business

Credit Initiative."

  

  

27

Federal appropriation...........

13,646,000

  

28

29

For Discovered in PA, Developed

in PA.

  

  

30

State appropriation.............

  

9,900,000

<--

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1

State appropriation.............

  

8,415,000

<--

2

3

For tourism promotion related to

accredited zoos.

  

  

4

State appropriation.............

  

450,000

5

6

7

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated for community

conservation and employment:

  

  

8

(1)  "CSBG - Program."

  

  

9

Federal appropriation...........

29,500,000

  

10

11

For early intervention for

distressed municipalities.

  

  

12

State appropriation.............

  

785,000

13

For powdered metals.

  

  

14

State appropriation.............

  

100,000

15

16

17

18

For grants to issuing

authorities under the

Infrastructure and Facilities

Improvement Program.

  

  

19

State appropriation.............

  

19,409,000

<--

20

State appropriation.............

  

9,705,000

<--

21

22

23

24

25

26

Section 210.  Department of

Conservation and Natural

Resources.--The following amounts

are appropriated to the Department

of Conservation and Natural

Resources:

  

  

  

  

  

Federal

  

  

  

  

  

State

27

28

29

For general government

operations of the Department of

Conservation and Natural Resources.

  

  

30

State appropriation.............

  

16,258,000

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1

2

3

4

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for general

government operations:

  

  

5

6

(1)  "Topographic and Geologic

Survey Grants."

  

  

7

Federal appropriation...........

2,055,000

  

8

9

(2)  "Bituminous Coal

Resources."

  

  

10

Federal appropriation...........

150,000

  

11

12

(3)  "Intermodal Surface

Transportation Act."

  

  

13

Federal appropriation...........

5,000,000

  

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

(4)  "Land and Water

Conservation Fund." In addition to

these funds, any contingency funds

made available to the Commonwealth

under the Federal Land and Water

Conservation Fund Act are hereby

appropriated.

  

  

21

Federal appropriation...........

12,000,000

  

22

(5)  (Reserved).

  

  

23

24

(6)  "Highlands Conservation

Program."

  

  

25

Federal appropriation...........

1,500,000

  

26

(7)  (Reserved).

  

  

27

(8)  (Reserved).

  

  

28

29

(9)  "Cooperative Endangered

Species."

  

  

30

Federal appropriation...........

28,000

  

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1

For State parks operations.

  

  

2

State appropriation.............

  

26,157,000

3

4

5

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for State parks:

  

  

6

(1)  "Recreational Trails."

  

  

7

Federal appropriation...........

6,000,000

  

8

For State forests operations.

  

  

9

State appropriation.............

  

5,429,000

10

11

12

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for State forests:

  

  

13

14

(1)  "Forest Fire Protection and

Control."

  

  

15

Federal appropriation...........

2,000,000

  

16

17

(2)  "Forestry Incentives and

Agricultural Conservation."

  

  

18

Federal appropriation...........

175,000

  

19

20

(3)  "Forest Management and

Processing."

  

  

  

  

21

Federal appropriation...........

3,800,000

  

22

23

(4)  "Aid to Volunteer Fire

Companies."

  

  

24

Federal appropriation...........

750,000

  

25

(5)  "Wetland Protection Fund."

  

  

26

Federal appropriation...........

300,000

  

27

For forest pest management.

  

  

28

State appropriation.............

  

1,774,000

29

30

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

  

  

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1

2

sum appropriated for forest pest

management:

3

4

(1)  "Forest Insect and Disease

Control."

  

  

5

Federal appropriation...........

4,000,000

  

6

7

8

9

10

For payment of annual fixed

charges in lieu of taxes to

counties and townships on land

acquired for water conservation and

flood control.

  

  

11

State appropriation.............

  

65,000

12

13

14

15

16

For payment of annual fixed

charges in lieu of taxes to

political subdivisions for school

districts on lands acquired by the

Commonwealth for Project 70.

  

  

17

State appropriation.............

  

40,000

18

19

20

21

For payment of annual fixed

charges in lieu of taxes to

counties, school districts and

townships on forest lands.

  

  

22

State appropriation.............

  

2,600,000

23

24

25

26

27

For payment of annual fixed

charges in lieu of taxes to

counties, school districts and

local municipalities on State park

lands.

  

  

  

  

28

State appropriation.............

  

400,000

29

30

Section 211.  Department of

Corrections.--The following amounts

  

  

  

  

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1

2

are appropriated to the Department

of Corrections:

  

Federal

  

State

3

4

5

For general government

operations of the Department of

Corrections.

  

  

6

State appropriation.............

  

29,679,000

7

For inmate medical care.

  

  

8

State appropriation.............

  

217,445,000

9

10

For inmate education and

training.

  

  

11

State appropriation.............

  

39,925,000

12

13

14

15

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for inmate

education and training:

  

  

16

17

(1)  "Youth Offenders

Education."

  

  

18

Federal appropriation...........

250,000

  

19

(2)  "Correctional Education."

  

  

20

Federal appropriation...........

725,000

  

21

22

(3)  "Offender Workforce

Training."

  

  

23

Federal appropriation...........

10,000

  

24

25

For the State correctional

institutions.

  

  

26

State appropriation.............

  

1,579,973,000

27

28

29

30

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for the State

correctional institutions:

  

  

- 59 -

 


1

2

(1)  "SABG - Drug and Alcohol

Programs."

  

  

3

Federal appropriation...........

2,100,000

  

4

5

(2)  "Reimbursement for Alien

Inmates."

  

  

6

Federal appropriation...........

1,350,000

  

7

8

(3)  "Changing Offender

Behavior."

  

  

9

Federal appropriation...........

250,000

  

10

(4)  "Volunteer Support."

  

  

11

Federal appropriation...........

40,000

  

12

13

14

15

16

Section 212.  Department of Drug

and Alcohol Programs.--The

following amounts are appropriated

to the Department of Drug and

Alcohol Programs:

  

  

  

Federal

  

  

  

State

17

18

19

For general government

operations of the Department of

Drug and Alcohol Programs.

  

  

20

State appropriation.............

  

466,000

21

22

23

24

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for general

government operations:

  

  

25

26

(1)  "SABG - Administration and

Operation."

  

  

27

Federal appropriation...........

8,203,000

  

28

29

30

(2)  "Substance Abuse Special

Projects - Administration and

Operation."

  

  

- 60 -

 


1

Federal appropriation...........

903,000

  

2

3

For Assistance to Drug and

Alcohol Programs.

  

  

4

State appropriation.............

  

41,232,000

5

6

7

8

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for assistance to

drug and alcohol programs:

  

  

9

10

(1)  "SABG - Drug and Alcohol

Services."

  

  

11

Federal appropriation...........

54,188,000

  

12

13

(2)  "Substance Abuse Special

Projects Grants."

  

  

14

Federal appropriation...........

1,449,000

  

15

(3)  "Access to Recovery."

  

  

16

Federal appropriation...........

4,033,000

  

17

18

19

20

Section 213.  Department of

Education.--The following amounts

are appropriated to the Department

of Education:

  

  

  

Federal

  

  

  

State

21

22

23

For general government

operations of the Department of

Education.

  

  

24

State appropriation.............

  

23,414,000

25

26

27

28

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for general

government operations:

  

  

29

30

(1)  "Adult Basic Education -

Administration."

  

  

- 61 -

 


1

Federal appropriation...........

1,987,000

  

2

3

(2)  "Education of Exceptional

Children - Administration."

  

  

4

Federal appropriation...........

10,000,000

  

5

6

(3)  "Special Education - State

Personnel Development."

  

  

7

Federal appropriation...........

394,000

  

8

9

(4)  "ESEA - Title I -

Administration."

  

  

10

Federal appropriation...........

8,000,000

  

11

12

(5)  "State Approving Agency

(VA)."

  

  

13

Federal appropriation...........

1,400,000

  

14

15

(6)  "Food and Nutrition Service

- Administration."

  

  

16

Federal appropriation...........

8,357,000

  

17

18

(7)  "Migrant Education -

Administration."

  

  

19

Federal appropriation...........

600,000

  

20

21

(8)  "Vocational Education -

Administration."

  

  

22

Federal appropriation...........

3,910,000

  

23

24

25

(9)  "Title II - Improving

Teacher Quality -

Administration/State."

  

  

26

Federal appropriation...........

5,400,000

  

27

(10)  (Reserved).

  

  

28

(11)  "Homeless Assistance."

  

  

29

Federal appropriation...........

3,426,000

  

30

(12)  "Preschool Grants."

  

  

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1

Federal appropriation...........

687,000

  

2

3

(13)  "School Health Education

Programs."

  

  

4

Federal appropriation...........

450,000

  

5

(14)  (Reserved).

  

  

6

7

(15)  "Environmental Education

Workshops."

  

  

8

Federal appropriation...........

150,000

  

9

10

(16)  "Charter Schools

Initiatives."

  

  

11

Federal appropriation...........

8,000,000

  

12

13

(17)  "Educational Technology -

Administration."

  

  

14

Federal appropriation...........

36,000

  

15

16

(18)  "Advanced Placement

Testing."

  

  

17

Federal appropriation...........

600,000

  

18

19

(19)  "Medical Assistance -

Nurses Aide Training."

  

  

20

Federal appropriation...........

300,000

  

21

22

(20)  "State and Community

Highway Safety."

  

  

23

Federal appropriation...........

1,205,000

  

24

(21)  (Reserved).

  

  

25

26

27

(22)  "Title IV - 21st Century

Community Learning Centers -

Administration."

  

  

28

Federal appropriation...........

4,000,000

  

29

30

(23)  "National Assessment of

Educational Progress (NAEP)."

  

  

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1

Federal appropriation...........

148,000

  

2

3

(24)  "Migrant Education

Coordination Program."

  

  

4

Federal appropriation...........

100,000

  

5

6

(25)  "College Access Challenge

Grant Program."

  

  

7

Federal appropriation...........

4,233,000

  

8

(26)  (Reserved).

  

  

9

10

(27)  "School Improvement

Grants."

  

  

11

Federal appropriation...........

60,000,000

  

12

13

(28)  "Foreign Language

Assistance."

  

  

14

Federal appropriation...........

400,000

  

15

(29)  (Reserved).

  

  

16

(30)  "Striving Readers."

  

  

17

Federal appropriation...........

50,156,000

  

18

(31)  (Reserved).

  

  

19

20

For information and technology

improvement.

  

  

21

State appropriation.............

  

4,181,000

22

23

24

25

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for information

and technology improvement:

  

  

26

(1)  "Statewide Data System."

  

  

27

Federal appropriation...........

188,000

  

28

29

(2)  "ARRA - Statewide

Longitudinal Data System."

  

  

30

Federal appropriation...........

3,371,000

  

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1

For PA assessment.

  

  

2

State appropriation.............

  

52,191,000

3

4

5

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for PA assessment:

  

  

6

7

(1)  "Title VI - Part A State

Assessment."

  

  

8

Federal appropriation...........

16,000,000

  

9

10

11

12

For the State Library, providing

reference services and

administering aid to public

libraries.

  

  

13

State appropriation.............

  

1,946,000

14

15

16

17

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for the State

Library:

  

  

18

19

(1)  "LSTA - Library

Development."

  

  

20

Federal appropriation...........

8,432,000

  

21

22

(2)  "National Endowment for the

Humanities."

  

  

23

Federal appropriation...........

268,000

  

24

25

26

27

28

For programs of education and

training at youth development

centers and the monitoring of

programs of education and training

provided to incarcerated juveniles.

  

  

29

State appropriation.............

  

10,185,000

30

For payment of basic education

  

  

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1

2

3

4

funding to school districts,

including supplemental payments for

certain distressed school

districts.

5

State appropriation.............

  

5,404,629,000

<--

6

State appropriation.............

  

5,380,629,000

<--

7

For PA Accountability Grants.

  

  

8

State appropriation.............

  

50,000,000

<--

9

State appropriation.............

  

100,000,000

<--

10

For the Pre-K Counts Program.

  

  

11

State appropriation.............

  

82,784,000

12

13

For Head Start Supplemental

Assistance.

  

  

14

State appropriation.............

  

37,278,000

15

16

For a mobile science education

program.

  

  

17

State appropriation.............

  

650,000

18

19

For teacher professional

development.

  

  

20

State appropriation.............

  

6,459,000

21

22

23

24

For adult and family literacy

programs, summer reading programs

and the adult high school diplomas

program.

  

  

25

State appropriation.............

  

11,675,000

26

27

28

29

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for adult and

family literacy programs:

  

  

30

(1)  "Adult Basic Education -

  

  

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1

Local."

2

Federal appropriation...........

21,605,000

  

3

4

For career and technical

education.

  

  

5

State appropriation.............

  

62,000,000

6

7

8

9

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for career and

technical education:

  

  

10

11

(1)  "Vocational Education -

Local."

  

  

12

Federal appropriation...........

45,000,000

  

13

14

15

16

For payments on account of

annual rental or sinking fund

charges on school buildings,

including charter schools.

  

  

17

State appropriation.............

  

296,198,000

18

19

For payments on account of pupil

transportation.

  

  

20

State appropriation.............

  

542,255,000

21

22

23

For payments on account of

nonpublic and charter school

transportation.

  

  

24

State appropriation.............

  

77,664,000

25

26

27

For payments on account of

special education of exceptional

children.

  

  

28

State appropriation.............

  

1,026,815,000

29

30

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

  

  

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1

2

sum appropriated for special

education:

3

4

(1)  "Individuals with

Disabilities Education - Local."

  

  

5

Federal appropriation...........

435,000,000

  

6

7

For payments for early

intervention services.

  

  

8

State appropriation.............

  

206,173,000

9

10

11

12

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for payments for

early intervention services:

  

  

13

14

(1)  "Individuals with

Disabilities Education."

  

  

15

Federal appropriation...........

16,000,000

  

16

17

18

19

20

21

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.

  

  

22

State appropriation.............

  

58,610,000

23

24

25

26

27

For payments of annual fixed

charges to school districts in lieu

of taxes for land acquired by the

Commonwealth for water conservation

or flood prevention.

  

  

  

  

28

State appropriation.............

  

194,000

29

30

For payment for maintenance of

summer schools for school-age

  

  

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1

2

children of migrant laborers,

including child-care services.

3

State appropriation.............

  

853,000

4

5

6

For payments to Pennsylvania

Charter Schools for the Deaf and

Blind.

  

  

7

State appropriation.............

  

39,401,000

8

9

For special education - approved

private schools.

  

  

10

State appropriation.............

  

98,098,000

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

For grants to school districts

to assist in meeting Federal

matching requirements for grants

received under the Federal Child

Nutrition Act and to aid in

providing a food program for needy

children.

  

  

18

State appropriation.............

  

31,259,000

19

20

21

22

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for school food

services:

  

  

23

24

(1)  "Food and Nutrition -

Local."

  

  

25

Federal appropriation...........

566,887,000

  

26

(2)  (Reserved).

  

  

27

28

29

30

For payment of the

Commonwealth's share of Federal

Social Security taxes for public

school employees.

  

  

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1

State appropriation.............

  

574,438,000

2

3

4

For payment of required

contribution for public school

employees' retirement.

  

  

5

State appropriation.............

  

856,052,000

6

7

8

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated for basic

education:

  

  

9

(1)  "ESEA - Title I - Local."

  

  

10

Federal appropriation...........

625,000,000

  

11

(2)  (Reserved).

  

  

12

(3)  (Reserved).

  

  

13

14

(4)  "Title II - Improving

Teacher Quality - Local."

  

  

15

Federal appropriation...........

130,000,000

  

16

17

(5)  "Educational Technology -

Local."

  

  

18

Federal appropriation...........

720,000

  

19

(6)  (Reserved).

  

  

20

21

22

(7)  "Title IV - 21st Century

Community Learning Centers -

Local."

  

  

23

Federal appropriation...........

50,000,000

  

24

25

26

(8)  "Title III - Language

Instruction for LEP and Immigrant

Students."

  

  

27

Federal appropriation...........

20,000,000

  

28

29

(9)  "Title VI - Rural and Low

Income Schools - Local."

  

  

30

Federal appropriation...........

1,550,000

  

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1

(10)  (Reserved).

  

  

2

3

(11)  "ARRA - ESEA - Title I -

School Improvement."

  

  

4

Federal appropriation...........

50,000,000

  

5

(12)  "Race to the Top."

  

  

6

Federal appropriation...........

41,500,000

  

7

8

For services to nonpublic

schools.

  

  

9

State appropriation.............

  

86,384,000

10

11

12

For textbooks, instructional

material and instructional

equipment for nonpublic schools.

  

  

13

State appropriation.............

  

26,278,000

14

15

For a subsidy to public

libraries.

  

  

16

State appropriation.............

  

53,507,000

<--

17

State appropriation.............

  

60,000,000

<--

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

To provide aid to the Free

Library of Philadelphia and the

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh to

meet the costs incurred in serving

as regional libraries in the

distribution of braille reading

materials, talking book machines

and other reading materials to

persons who are blind or otherwise

disabled.

  

  

28

State appropriation.............

  

2,567,000

29

For library access.

  

  

30

State appropriation.............

  

2,821,000

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1

For job training programs.

  

  

2

State appropriation.............

  

5,300,000

3

For safe schools initiative.

  

  

4

State appropriation.............

  

2,022,000

5

6

7

For payment of approved

operating expenses of community

colleges.

  

  

8

State appropriation.............

  

212,167,000

9

10

For transfer to the Community

College Capital Fund.

  

  

11

State appropriation.............

  

46,369,000

12

13

For regional community college

services.

  

  

14

State appropriation.............

  

1,200,000

15

16

For community education

councils.

  

  

17

State appropriation.............

  

1,600,000

18

19

20

21

22

Section 214.  Department of

Environmental Protection.--The

following amounts are appropriated

to the Department of Environmental

Protection:

  

  

  

  

Federal

  

  

  

  

State

23

24

25

For general government

operations of the Department of

Environmental Protection.

  

  

26

State appropriation.............

  

10,642,000

<--

27

State appropriation.............

  

12,830,000

<--

28

29

For environmental program

management.

  

  

30

State appropriation.............

  

24,965,000

<--

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1

State appropriation.............

  

28,881,000

<--

2

3

4

5

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for environmental

program management:

  

  

6

(1)  "Coastal Zone Management."

  

  

7

Federal appropriation...........

4,700,000

  

8

9

10

(2)  "Construction Management

Assistance Grants -

Administration."

  

  

11

Federal appropriation...........

1,400,000

  

12

13

(3)  "Storm Water Permitting

Initiative."

  

  

14

Federal appropriation...........

2,300,000

  

15

16

(4)  "Safe Drinking Water Act -

Management."

  

  

17

Federal appropriation...........

5,500,000

  

18

19

(5)  "Water Pollution Control

Grants - Management."

  

  

20

Federal appropriation...........

5,500,000

  

21

22

(6)  "Air Pollution Control

Grants - Management."

  

  

23

Federal appropriation...........

3,200,000

  

24

25

(7)  "Surface Mine

Conservation."

  

  

26

Federal appropriation...........

6,500,000

  

27

(8)  "Wetland Protection Fund."

  

  

28

Federal appropriation...........

840,000

  

29

30

(9)  "Diagnostic X-ray Equipment

Testing."

  

  

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1

Federal appropriation...........

550,000

  

2

3

(10)  "Water Quality Outreach

Operator Training."

  

  

4

Federal appropriation...........

200,000

  

5

6

(11)  "Water Quality Management

Planning Grants."

  

  

7

Federal appropriation...........

1,150,000

  

8

9

(12)  "Small Operators

Assistance."

  

  

10

Federal appropriation...........

300,000

  

11

12

(13)  "Wellhead Protection

Fund."

  

  

13

Federal appropriation...........

250,000

  

14

(14)  "Indoor Radon Abatement."

  

  

15

Federal appropriation...........

600,000

  

16

17

(15)  "Non-Point Source

Implementation 319(h)."

  

  

18

Federal appropriation...........

12,800,000

  

19

20

(16)  "Hydroelectric Power

Conservation Fund."

  

  

21

Federal appropriation...........

51,000

  

22

(17)  "Survey Studies."

  

  

23

Federal appropriation...........

5,000,000

  

24

(18)  (Reserved).

  

  

25

(19)  "National Dam Safety."

  

  

26

Federal appropriation...........

150,000

  

27

28

(20)  "Training Reimbursement

Program for Small Systems."

  

  

29

Federal appropriation...........

3,500,000

  

30

(21)  "State Energy Program

  

  

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1

(SEP)."

2

Federal appropriation...........

15,000,000

  

3

4

(22)  "ARRA - State Energy

Program."

  

  

5

Federal appropriation...........

35,000,000

  

6

(23)  "Pollution Prevention."

  

  

7

Federal appropriation...........

800,000

  

8

9

(24)  "Energy and Environmental

Opportunities."

  

  

10

Federal appropriation...........

1,200,000

  

11

12

(25)  "Surface Mine

Conservation."

  

  

13

Federal appropriation...........

680,000

  

14

15

For the Chesapeake Bay

Agricultural Source Abatement.

  

  

16

State appropriation.............

  

2,667,000

<--

17

State appropriation.............

  

2,773,000

<--

18

19

20

21

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for the Chesapeake

Bay Pollution Abatement Program:

  

  

22

23

(1)  "Chesapeake Bay Pollution

Abatement."

  

  

24

Federal appropriation...........

6,200,000

  

25

26

For environmental protection

operations.

  

  

27

State appropriation.............

  

74,547,000

<--

28

State appropriation.............

  

78,021,000

<--

29

30

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

  

  

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1

2

sum appropriated for environmental

protection operations:

3

4

(1)  "EPA - Planning Grant -

Administration."

  

  

5

Federal appropriation...........

8,400,000

  

6

7

(2)  "Water Pollution Control

Grants."

  

  

8

Federal appropriation...........

8,900,000

  

9

10

(3)  "Air Pollution Control

Grants."

  

  

11

Federal appropriation...........

4,075,000

  

12

13

(4)  "Surface Mine Control and

Reclamation."

  

  

14

Federal appropriation...........

11,344,000

  

15

16

(5)  "Training and Education of

Underground Coal Miners."

  

  

17

Federal appropriation...........

1,700,000

  

18

19

(6)  "Construction Management

Assistance Grants."

  

  

20

Federal appropriation...........

350,000

  

21

(7)  "Safe Drinking Water."

  

  

22

Federal appropriation...........

5,700,000

  

23

24

(8)  "Oil Pollution Spills

Removal."

  

  

25

Federal appropriation...........

1,000,000

  

26

27

For the black fly control

project.

  

  

28

State appropriation.............

  

3,314,000

<--

29

State appropriation.............

  

3,386,000

<--

30

For West Nile virus control.

  

  

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1

State appropriation.............

  

3,824,000

<--

2

State appropriation.............

  

4,297,000

<--

3

4

5

For payment of Pennsylvania's

share of the expenses of the River

Master for the Delaware River.

  

  

6

State appropriation.............

  

76,000

<--

7

State appropriation.............

  

85,000

<--

8

9

For support of the Susquehanna

River Basin Commission.

  

  

10

State appropriation.............

  

573,000

<--

11

State appropriation.............

  

643,000

<--

12

13

14

For support of the Interstate

Commission on the Potomac River

Basin.

  

  

15

State appropriation.............

  

46,000

<--

16

State appropriation.............

  

48,000

<--

17

18

For conduct of the Delaware

River Basin Commission.

  

  

19

State appropriation.............

  

934,000

<--

20

State appropriation.............

  

993,000

<--

21

22

For support of the Ohio River

Valley Water Sanitation Commission.

  

  

23

State appropriation.............

  

136,000

<--

24

State appropriation.............

  

144,000

<--

25

26

For support of the Chesapeake

Bay Commission.

  

  

27

State appropriation.............

  

227,000

<--

28

State appropriation.............

  

241,000

<--

29

30

For transfer to the Conservation

District Fund.

  

  

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1

State appropriation.............

  

2,856,000

<--

2

State appropriation.............

  

2,914,000

<--

3

4

5

For payment of Pennsylvania's

share of the costs of the

Interstate Mining Commission.

  

  

6

State appropriation.............

  

30,000

<--

7

State appropriation.............

  

32,000

<--

8

For Flood Control Projects.

  

  

9

State appropriation............

  

3,414,000

10

11

For Sewage Facilities Planning

Grants.

  

  

12

State appropriation............

  

850,000

13

14

For Sewage Facilities

Enforcement Grants.

  

  

15

State appropriation.............

  

2,549,000

16

For Ohio River Basin Commission.

  

  

17

State appropriation.............

  

13,000

18

19

20

21

Section 215.  Department of

General Services.--The following

amounts are appropriated to the

Department of General Services:

  

  

  

Federal

  

  

  

State

22

23

24

25

26

For general government

operations of the Department of

General Services, including the

administration and operation of the

Capitol Police.

  

  

27

State appropriation.............

  

65,923,000

<--

28

State appropriation.............

  

52,991,000

<--

29

30

For rental and municipal

charges.

  

  

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1

State appropriation.............

  

22,969,000

2

3

4

For utility costs, including

implementation of third-party

shared savings programs.

  

  

5

State appropriation.............

  

24,574,000

6

For excess insurance coverage.

  

  

7

State appropriation.............

  

1,624,000

8

9

For fire protection services for

the Capitol complex in Harrisburg.

  

  

10

State appropriation.............

  

2,500,000

11

12

13

14

Section 216.  Department of

Health.--The following amounts are

appropriated to the Department of

Health:

  

  

  

Federal

  

  

  

State

15

16

17

For general government

operations of the Department of

Health.

  

  

18

State appropriation.............

  

21,918,000

<--

19

State appropriation.............

  

21,768,000

<--

20

21

22

23

The following Federal amounts

are appropriated to supplement the

sum appropriated for general

government operations:

  

  

24

25

(1)  "WIC - Administration and

Operation."

  

  

26

Federal appropriation...........

39,655,000

  

27

(2)  "Health Assessment."

  

  

28

Federal appropriation...........

535,000

  

29

30

(3)  "PHHSBG - Administration

and Operation."

  

  

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1

Federal appropriation...........

2,381,000

  

2

(4)  (Reserved).

  

  

3

4

(5)  "MCHSBG - Administration

and Operation."

  

  

5