FY 2019-20 SUPPLEMENTAL                                                                   S.B. 151 (S-1):

                                                                         SUMMARY AS PASSED BY THE SENATE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Senate Bill 151 (Substitute S-1 as passed by the Senate)

Sponsor:  Senator Jim Stamas

Senate Committee:  Appropriations

House Committee:  Appropriations

 

Date Completed:  3-12-20

 


CONTENT

 

The supplemental would provide appropriations for fiscal year (FY) 2019-20 for various State budget areas. These items include partial or full restoration of items vetoed by Governor Whitmer on September 30, 2019, items that would provide partial or full restoration of funding transferred out by the State Administrative Board in its October 1, 2019, meeting, and a number of other priorities. The supplemental includes line item appropriations of $312.3 million Gross and $180.0 million General Fund/General Purpose (GF/GP). Table 1 summarizes the appropriations in the supplemental.

 

Table 1

FY 2019-20 Supplemental Appropriations

 

Budget Area

 

Gross

 

Federal

 

Private

State Restricted

 

GF/GP

Agriculture & Rural Dev.

$4,000,000

$0

$0

$0

$4,000,000

Attorney General

1,404,400

404,400

0

0

1,000,000

Capital Outlay

500

0

0

0

500

Corrections

25,000,000

0

0

0

25,000,000

Education

112,800

0

0

112,800

0

Env., Gt Lakes, & Energy

9,200,000

3,000,000

0

1,100,000

5,100,000

Health & Human Services

80,948,100

44,227,500

0

6,943,700

29,776,900

Labor & Econ. Opportunity

107,789,800

0

0

66,000,000

41,789,800

Military & Veterans Affairs

675,000

0

425,000

0

250,000

Natural Resources

9,510,000

0

0

8,000,000

1,510,000

State

395,000

0

0

0

395,000

State Police

6,500,000

0

0

0

6,500,000

Tech., Man., & Budget

46,500,100

0

1,500,000

100

45,000,000

Treasury

20,266,900

0

0

602,900

19,664,000

    TOTAL

$312,302,600

$47,631,900

$1,925,000

$82,759,500

$179,986,200

 

FISCAL IMPACT

 

The bill provides line-item appropriations of $312.3 million Gross and $180.0 million GF/GP. Of the proposed appropriations, $92.6 million Gross and $18.1 million GF/GP represent full or partial restorations of items vetoed by Governor Whitmer on September 30, 2019. A total of $8.4 million Gross and $7.3 million GF/GP represent full or partial restorations of funding shifted out of programs by the State Administrative Board on October 1, 2019. Table 2 summarizes the details of the appropriations in the supplemental.

 


FY 2019-20 BOILERPLATE LANGUAGE SECTIONS-PART 2

 

Sec. 201. General. Records amount of total State spending and payments to local units of government.

 

Sec. 202. General. Subjects appropriations and expenditures in the article to the provisions of the Management and Budget Act.

 

Sec. 203. General. Directs that, if the State Administrative Board transfers funds appropriated in this act, the Legislature may, by concurrent resolution requiring a majority vote in each chamber, transfer funds within a particular department, board, commission, officer, or institution.

 

Sec. 204. General. Authorizes up to $50.0 million in Federal revenues for combating the respiratory virus Coronavirus-19 (Covid-19) to be appropriated to departments for State and Local preparedness and response activities. Requires a report on funding and activities to the appropriations committees, relevant subcommittees, the fiscal agencies, and the State Budget Office by June 30 and September 30 of 2020.

 

Sec. 301. Agriculture and Rural Development. Language governing the expenditure of the county fairs, shows, and expositions grant program. Creates a work project for unspent funds.

 

Sec. 302. Agriculture and Rural Development. Allocates $50,000 to promote festivals and events in the State.

 

Sec. 351. Attorney General. Appropriates up to $500,000 in litigation expense reimbursements to pay for court judgments, settlements, attorney fees, litigation costs, etc. when assessed against the Governor or Attorney General. Allows up to $250,000 in unspent funds to be carried forward to the following year.

 

Sec. 352. Attorney General. Designates the clergy abuse investigation funding as a work project.

 

Sec. 401. Capital Outlay. Language stating legislative determination that leases of facilities from the State Building Authority financed construction authorizations are for a public purpose and states the intent of the Legislature to annually appropriate sufficient amounts to pay rent as obligated pursuant to the leases.

 

Sec. 402. Capital Outlay. Amends the scope of the North Central Michigan College AD/CL classroom renovation project to remove certain portions of the project.

 

Sec. 403. Capital Outlay. Amends the scope of the Schoolcraft College applied science renovation and expansion project to remove the fitness leadership and massage therapy programs and incorporate surgical technician, radiology technician, ultrasound technician, and sterile processing technician programs, with an increase in funding for the project.

 

Sec. 404. Capital Outlay. Increases funding for the Washtenaw Community College advanced transportation center project by $2.2 million.

 

Sec. 405. Capital Outlay. Increases funding for the Lake Superior State University Center for Freshwater Research and Education project by $1.0 million.

 

Sec. 406. Capital Outlay. Increases the cost and scope for the Michigan State Capitol Commission - State Capitol restoration/infrastructure upgrade project by $5.0 million for the addition of parking infrastructure on the Capitol grounds.

 

Sec. 451. Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy. Designates unspent environmental cleanup support funds as a work project appropriation.

 

Sec. 452. Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy. Designates unspent Superfund cleanup appropriations as a work project appropriation.

 

Sec. 453. Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy. Directs the Department to award $3.0 million for a scrap tire project in Alpena County.

 

Sec. 454. Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy. Directs the Department to award $200,000 to a nonprofit air quality research and planning organization to conduct studies on volatile organic compound measurements and high-resolution meteorological model simulations.

 

Sec. 455. Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy. Provides a grant of $500,000 for the Michigan geological survey, and designates the funding as a work project.

 

Sec. 456. Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy. Directs the Department to provide a grant of up to $500,000, in coordination with the United States Geological Survey, to support a study to determine the estimated storage capacity and maximum yield of the Michindoh Aquifer. Designates the funding as a work project.

 

Sec. 501. Health and Human Services. Allocates $1.0 million to support child advocacy centers pursuant to State statute.

 

Sec. 502. Health and Human Services. Allocates $250,000 to the Northeast Michigan Community Services Agency to support the School Success Partnership and requires a report by the agency to the Department of Health and Human Services.

 

Sec. 503. Health and Human Services. Allocates $250,000 to the Adoptive Family Support Network and requires a report from the network to the Legislature and the State Budget Office.

 

Sec. 504. Health and Human Services. Allocates $700,000 GF/GP to increase adoption services rates by 6.5%.

 

Sec. 505. Health and Human Services. Allocates $1.5 million to support traumatic brain injury software for hospitals that provide those services and requires a report by the Department to the Legislature and State Budget Office on expenditures from the line.

 

Sec. 506. Health and Human Services. Allocates $200,000 to support existing cloud-based analytics platform for Medicaid claims.

 

Sec. 507. Health and Human Services. Directs that Medicaid private duty nursing services rates be increased by 15.0% effective April 1, 2020.

 

Sec. 508. Health and Human Services. Rewrites current year language on rural access payments to noncritical access hospitals to remove the cap of 10.0% in total funding for any hospital system, while retaining the 10.0% cap for individual hospitals.

 

Sec. 509. Health and Human Services. Requires the Department of Health and Human Services, in developing the new comprehensive child welfare information system, to implement an agile software development plan, including a requirement that the State be the owner of the software or that the software be committed to the public domain, that the Department choose a product owner that will implement a user centered design, that the Department report to the Legislature and State Budget Office on the individual chosen as the product owner, that the Department report to the Legislature and the State Budget Office every two months on the status of work completed to date.

 

Sec. 510. Health and Human Services. Authorizes a grant of up to $2.0 million to a Federally qualified health center in Muskegon County.

 

Sec. 511. Health and Human Services. Allocates $500,000 in Michigan Merit Award Trust Fund revenue to support a long-term women's shelter in southeastern Michigan and $500,000 of Michigan Merit Award Trust Fund revenue to a long-term women’s shelter in Grand Rapids.

 

Sec. 512. Health and Human Services. Allocates $800,000 to support runaway and homeless youth services programs.

 

Sec. 513. Health and Human Services. Allocates $100,000 to a senior community health improvement program in the City of Livonia.

 

Sec. 514. Health and Human Services. Allocates $100,000 to the SAFE substance  coalition in Wayne County to lead and support communities to dispel myths and stigmas about drug addiction.

 

Sec. 515. Health and Human Services. Allocates $1.375 million to the Western Michigan University unified clinics program, requires outcomes and performance measures, and creates a work project for the funding.

 

Sec. 551. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Allocates $500,000 to support economic development in the Michigan defense industry in Macomb County.

 

Sec. 552. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Allocates $375,000 in funds appropriated for Going Pro for a program to help adults over the age of 23 obtain high school diplomas and placement in career training programs with specific qualifications that providers must meet.

 

Sec. 553. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Requires a report on Going Pro expenditures for the previous fiscal year by September 30.

 

Sec. 554. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Requires reports by May 15 and September 30 on the status of career technology and Going Pro funding including the number of awardees participating in the program, funding leveraged, and the number of individuals who completed the program, among other information.

 

Sec. 555. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Requires the Department to work with grantees to maximize the State funding used for direct training, to streamline expenditures, to develop program goals, and to use up to $5.0 million to match Federal funds.

 

Sec. 556. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Allows the deposit of funds into the Going Pro Talent Fund.

 

Sec. 557. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Allows Travel Michigan to receive and spend private revenue related to the use of "Pure Michigan" and other copyrighted images and slogans and requires a report on the funding to the Legislature and the State Budget Office.

 

Sec. 558. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Allocates $166,000 for grants to counties to upgrade or facilitate e-recording capabilities, with a maximum grant of $12,000, and establishing a work project for the appropriation.

 

Sec. 559. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Michigan enhancement grant allocations:  (1) Gogebic Michigan works retirement costs, $971,000; (2) Manton library, $200,000; (3) North American auto show, $1.0 million; (4) City of Lansing security camera upgrades around the Michigan Capitol, $500,000; (5) City of Lansing expenses for special events at the Michigan Capitol, $500,000; (6) lane upgrades at St. Johns cheese plant, $150,000; (7) Commerce Township roundabout study, $250,000; (8) Old Mission Road resurfacing in Isabella County, $1.5 million; (9) St. Louis center, $50,000; (10) Chaldean Community Foundation project, $1.0 million; (11) Bay Harbor arts center, $250,000; (12) Parchment water treatment plant, $450,000; (13) Henrietta Township fire truck purchase, $200,000; (14) Mercure Camp in Rockwood nonmotorized path and bathrooms, $25,000; (15) Holiday camp in Monroe County, $150,000; (16) Great Lakes ecological center, $2.0 million; (17) Holy Cross, $1.0 million; (18) Walled Lake schools STEM purchase, $7,500; (19) Amity Foundation, $750,000; (20) Detroit Symphony Orchestra elevator repairs, $500,000; (21) Detroit PBS early childhood education programs, $500,000; (22) Ferrysburg bridge repair, $1.0 million; (23) Hope not Handcuffs substance use disorder detoxification program, $100,000; (24) Beat the Streets Detroit youth wrestling program, $100,000; (25) Michimackinac museum, $50,000; (26) Kent County sex offender diversion program, $100,000; (27) Delta Township fire truck, $500,000; (28) City of Clawson downtown development authority, $100,000; (29) Business Route 131 Kalamazoo road project planning and design, $1.8 million; (30) Muskegon county special court caseload reduction, $120,000; (31) Lathrup Village walking and bike path expansions and street light installation, $100,000; (32) Southgate sound wall project, $500,000; (33) Pontiac talent development coalition, $200,000; (34) "Six Points" (Gibraltar) park development, $500,000; (35) Plymouth cultural center upgrades, $250,000; (36) Governor Warner Historic Mansion renovations, $85,000; (37) Michigan Center for Civic Education, $225,000; (38) Highscope Research Foundation, $300,000; (39) Sterling Heights greenspace initiative, $250,000; (40) Detroit Children’s Center grant, $250,000; (41) Detroit greenspace initiative, $175,000; (42) Saginaw Valley Naval Museum, $200,000; (43) Bailey Park (East Lansing) infrastructure upgrades, $120,000; (44) Chelsea broadband cooperative, $150,000; (45) Pittsfield Township corridor infrastructure project, $200,000; (46) Team Cares building rehab program, $200,000; (47) Bloomfield Charter Township (Oakland County) special operations and response vehicle, $500,000; (48) Grand Rapids Center for Transformation grant, $100,000; (49) Garden City fire station facility upgrades, $500,000; (50) Child and Family Charities youth transitional housing, $125,000; (51) Flint development center, $300,000; (52) Mount Clemens school district roof repairs, $200,000; (53) City of Clare water line replacement, $2.5 million; (54) City of Burton water line replacement, $200,000; (55) Houghton flooding road repair reimbursement, $1,411,300; (56) Union Steel (Albion) land bank reimbursement for building demolition, $250,000; (57) Sloan museum, $1.0 million; (58) Van Andel Institute, $1.0 million; (59) Aquinas College Conductive Learning Center, $250,000; (60) Sterling Heights fire department chest compression device purchase, $200,000; (61) Council of State Governments national conference hosting costs, $250,000; (62) Huron Valley Schools community infrastructure project, $500,000; (63) Castor Road bridge replacement, $200,000; (64) Langley covered bridge repair, $750,000; (65) Educare Flint early childhood collaborative, $1.0 million; (66) North Flint food market support, $700,000; (67) Linden Creek Parkway (Flint; GM pathway), $200,000; (68) Helmets to Hardhats National Guard program, $250,000; (69) Ingham County Sheriff inmate body scanner purchase, $175,000; (70) Lansing Fire Department ladder truck purchase, $750,000; (71) Washtenaw Youth Development, $100,000; (72) Washtenaw County pest control, $50,000; (73) Riverside Art Center (Ypsilanti) improvements for individuals with disabilities, $300,000; (74) Depot Town (Ypsilanti) parking ramp for community development corporation, $30,000; (75) Pershing High School Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps, $270,000; (76) Oakland County Better with Breakfast program, $500,000; (77) Rouge Park picnic shelters, $500,000; (78) Disability Network of Oakland and Macomb, $800,000; (79) United Methodist (Grand Rapids) community house construction, $1.0 million; (80) Goudy Park (Wayne) amphitheater improvements, $100,000; (81) Living and Enrichment center (Northville), $50,000; (82) Madison Heights electroplating services building demolition costs, $800,000; (83) Detroit Public Schools air filtration systems, $250,000; (84) Eden Community Park green infrastructure projects, $100,000; (85) Binder Street (Detroit) Block Club community garden restorations, $25,000.

 

Sec. 560. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Language governing enhancement grants outlined in Sec. 559. Requires the Michigan Strategic Fund to execute a grant agreement with each recipient; designates all grant funds to be direct appropriations, requires an initial disbursement of 50.0% of the funding upon execution of the grant agreement, requires the grant agreement to include specific information on the grant and recipient of the grant, requires quarterly reports to the Strategic Fund, makes following the instructions of the boilerplate by September 1, 2020, a condition of receipt of the grant, requires all funds be spent by September 30, 2022, and requires quarterly updates to the Legislature and State Budget Office.

 

Sec. 561. Labor and Economic Opportunity. States that funding in Part 1 for the Michigan reconnect grant program must only be made available after House Bill 5576, House Bill 5580, and Senate Bill 268 are enacted. Directs the Department to allocate 10.0 FTEs for navigators and 2.0 FTEs for oversight of the program.

 

Sec. 562. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Allocates $500,000 for the Arab-American Museum, $500,000 for the Charles Wright Museum, and $500,000 for the Holocaust Memorial.

 

Sec. 601. Military and Veterans Affairs. Directs that funding for the Buddy to Buddy Program be used to train volunteer Michigan veterans to provide outreach for other Michigan services members and veterans.

 

Sec. 651. Natural Resources. Allocates $500,000 for the Michigan Conservation Corps.

 

Sec. 652. Natural Resources. Directs that interest and earnings from the Michigan Infrastructure Fund be appropriated and may be spent on the Brandon Road Lock and Dam.

 

Sec. 653. Natural Resources. Allocates $10,000 to study the dam repair needs for the Blanchard Dam in Isabella County.

 

Sec. 654. Natural Resources. Allocates up to $30,000 for kayak launch upgrades in the City of Linden.

 

Sec. 655. Natural Resources. Allocates up to $970,000 for upgrades at Cedar River Marina.

 

Sec. 701. State. Designates that Part 1 appropriations for the branch security program be a work project.

 

Sec. 751. Technology, Management, and Budget. Authorizes the State Budget Director to purchase tax vouchers from the Venture Michigan Fund.


 

Sec. 752. Technology, Management, and Budget. Directs that funds appropriated in the Coronavirus public health emergency line be allocated to departments for critical State and local preparedness and response activities for the respiratory virus Covid-19. Directs that the activities may include monitoring, laboratory testing, contact tracing, infection control, and continuation of critical State government functions. Requires a report by departments receiving funding to the Legislature and State Budget Office by June 30 and September 30, 2020, on activities and expenditures.

 

Sec. 753. Technology, Management, and Budget. Creates the Coronavirus Response Fund in the Department of Treasury. Allocates $5.0 million into the Fund. Allows funds to be spent upon appropriation or legislative transfer. Requires interest and earnings from the Fund be deposited in the General Fund. Directs that funds in the Coronavirus Response Fund not lapse to the General Fund at the end of the fiscal year.

 

Sec. 754.  Technology, Management, and Budget. Replaces current year contingency fund language to increase the State Restricted contingency fund for the Department of Technology, Management, and Budget from $4.0 million to $15.0 million.

 

Sec. 801. Treasury. Requires the Department of Treasury to maintain the financial data analytic tool reimbursement work project for reimbursements to local entities for the licensing of data analytic tools. Directs that vendors must continue to perform certain activities. Requires that work project revenues be used before new funding is used. Requires a report on payments made.  Section makes changes in due date.

 

Sec. 802. Treasury. Allows Department of Treasury to award grants to local units of government for public infrastructure damages or prevention methods because of high waters and shore erosion. Sets a limit on grants of $250,000 and requires at least a 25% local match.

 

Enacting Section 1. Repeals Sec. 461 of Public Act 154 of 2019, which governs the rural hospital pool. The language would be replaced in this bill by Sec. 508.

 

Enacting Section 2. Repeals Sec. 936 of Public Act 56 of 2019, which governs the financial data analytic tool reimbursement work project. The language would be replaced in this bill with Sec. 801.

 

Enacting Section 3.  Repeals Sec. 801 of Public Act 56 of 2019, which creates and states requirements for the Federal, State Restricted, Local, and Private contingency funds for the Department of Technology, Management, and Budget.  This language would be replaced in this bill by Sec. 754.

 

Table 2

FY 2019-20 Supplemental Appropriations

Department/Program

Gross

Federal

Private/State

Restricted

GF/GP

Agriculture and Rural Development

Industrial Hemp Program (1.0 FTE)...............

$0

$0

$0

$0

County Fairs, Shows, and Expositions *.........

1,000,000

0

0

1,000,000

Michigan Animal Agriculture Alliance *...........

3,000,000

0

0

3,000,000

Total Agriculture and Rural Development..

$4,000,000

$0

$0

$4,000,000

Attorney General

Church Clergy Abuse Investigation................

$1,000,000

$0

$0

$1,000,000

DNA Testing..................................................

275,600

275,600

0

0

NextGen Case Tracking System **................

128,800

128,800

0

0

Total Attorney General..............................

$1,404,400

$404,400

$0

$1,000,000

 

 

 

 

 

Capital Outlay

Ferris State project........................................

$100

$0

$0

$100

Oakland University Project.............................

100

0

0

100

Glen Oaks Project..........................................

100

0

0

100

Macomb Community College Project..............

100

0

0

100

Northern Michigan University Project.............

100

0

0

100

Total Capital Outlay...................................

$500

$0

$0

$500

Corrections

Settlement of Abuse Lawsuit.........................

$25,000,000

$0

$0

$25,000,000

Total Corrections........................................

$25,000,000

$0

$0

$25,000,000

Education

Michigan School for the Deaf and Blind..........

$112,800

$0

$112,800

$0

Total Education..........................................

$112,800

$0

$112,800

$0

Environment, Great Lakes, & Energy

Oit, Gas, and Minerals Fund Source...............

$0

$0

($3,900,000)

$3,900,000

Superfund Cleanup Federal Funding...............

3,000,000

3,000,000

0

0

Cleanup Support...........................................

2,000,000

0

2,000,000

0

Scrap Tire Project..........................................

3,000,000

0

3,000,000

0

Michigan geological survey *.........................

500,000

0

0

500,000

Michindoh aquifer study.................................

500,000

0

0

500,000

Research on volatile organic compounds........

200,000

0

0

200,000

Total Environment, Great Lakes, & Energy....

$9,200,000

$3,000,000

$1,100,000

$5,100,000

Health and Human Services

Increase Adoption Services rates by 6.5% **

$700,000

$0

$0

$700,000

Court-appointed special advocates **............

500,000

0

0

500,000

Child advocacy centers **.............................

1,000,000

0

0

1,000,000

School success partnership *.........................

250,000

0

0

250,000

Adoptive family support network *................

250,000

0

0

250,000

Increase private duty nursing by 15.0% *.....

3,895,400

2,495,400

0

1,400,000

Behavioral health redesign (16.0 FTEs)..........

3,160,700

1,289,000

0

1,871,700

Traumatic brain injury software *..................

1,500,000

0

0

1,500,000

Health and Human Services (continued)

 

 

 

 

Medicaid cloud-based services *....................

200,000

0

0

200,000

7% increase Medicaid outpatient hospital *....

47,590,600

34,503,700

5,943,700

7,143,200

MiSACWIS replacement.................................

11,276,400

5,439,400

0

5,837,000

U-D dental clinic *.........................................

1,000,000

0

0

1,000,000

Muskegon FQHC funding................................

2,000,000

0

0

2,000,000

McLaren Hospital pilot...................................

4,000,000

0

0

4,000,000

Human trafficking survivors' assistance ** ....

1,000,000

0

1,000,000

0

Kids' food basket *........................................

250,000

0

0

250,000

Runaway & homeless youth services expansion * 

800,000

500,000

0

300,000

SAFE substance abuse coalition *..................

100,000

0

0

100,000

Senior community health grant .....................

100,000

0

0

100,000

Western Michigan University unified clinics **

1,375,000

0

0

1,375,000

Total Health and Human Services.............

$80,948,100

$44,227,500

$6,943,700

$29,776,900

Labor and Economic Opportunity

Centers for Independent Living **.................

$2,225,000

$0

$0

$2,225,000

Michigan reconnect grant program.................

35,000,000

0

35,000,000

0

Museums grants **.......................................

1,500,000

0

0

1,500,000

Electronic recording commission....................

600,000

0

0

600,000

Business attraction & community revitalization...

500,000

0

0

500,000

Pure Michigan *.............................................

16,000,000

0

16,000,000

0

Fund source shift from 21st century jobs fund*..

0

0

15,000,000

(15,000,000)

Going Pro *...................................................

15,000,000

0

0

15,000,000

Michigan enhancement grants.......................

36,964,800

0

0

36,964,800

Total Labor and Economic Opportunity....

$107,789,800

$0

$66,000,000

$41,789,800

Military and Veterans Affairs

Veterans homes board of managers...............

$425,000

$0

$425,000

$0

Buddy to buddy program *............................

250,000

0

0

250,000

Total Military and Veterans Affairs...........

$675,000

$0

$425,000

$250,000

Natural Resources

Brandon Lock and dam..................................

$8,000,000

$0

$8,000,000

$0

Boat launch and marina grants......................

1,000,000

0

0

1,000,000

Blanchard Dam inspection and repair.............

10,000

0

0

10,000

Michigan conservation corps..........................

500,000

0

0

500,000

Total Natural Resources............................

$9,510,000

$0

$8,000,000

$1,510,000


 

FY 2019-20 Supplemental Appropriations

Department/Program

Gross

Federal

Private/State

Restricted

GF/GP

State

 

 

 

 

Branch security (10.0 FTEs)...........................

$395,000

$0

$0

$395,000

Total State..................................................

$395,000

$0

$0

$395,000

 

 

 

 

 

State Police

 

 

 

 

Michigan International Speedway security *...

$500,000

$0

$0

$500,000

Legal settlement costs...................................

6,000,000

0

0

6,000,000

Total State Police.......................................

$6,500,000

$0

$0

$6,500,000

 

 

 

 

 

Technology, Management, & Budget

 

 

 

 

Bureau of Labor Market Information & Strategies....

$1,500,000

$0

$1,500,000

$0

Repurchase of Venture Michigan Fund vouchers.

19,100,000

0

0

19,100,000

SIGMA upgrades...........................................

900,000

0

0

900,000

Coronavirus public health emergency.............

10,000,100

0

100

10,000,000

Coronavirus response fund............................

15,000,000

0

0

15,000,000

Total Technology, Management, & Budget..

$46,500,100

$0

$1,500,100

$45,000,000

 

 

 

 

 

Treasury

 

 

 

 

Presidential primary......................................

$14,000,000

$0

$0

$14,000,000

Ionia County flood disaster............................

164,000

0

0

164,000

Shoreline flooding infrastructure repair..........

5,000,000

0

0

5,000,000

Property tax assessor training *....................

500,000

0

0

500,000

Financially distressed cities, villages, or townships...

602,900

0

602,900

0

Total Treasury............................................

$20,266,900

$0

$602,900

$19,664,000

 

 

 

 

 

Total FY 2019-20 Supplemental Appropriations

$312,302,600

$47,631,900

$84,684,500

$179,986,200

  *Represents restoration of FY 2019-20 veto.

**Represents restoration of FY 2019-20 State Administrative Board transfer.

 

                                                                                    Fiscal Analyst:  Steve Angelotti


 

 

This analysis was prepared by nonpartisan Senate staff for use by the Senate in its deliberations and does not constitute an official statement of legislative intent.