FY 2019-20 SUPPLEMENTAL                                                                   S.B. 376 (S-1):

                                                                         SUMMARY AS PASSED BY THE SENATE

                                                                                                                            

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Senate Bill 376 (Substitute S-1 as passed by the Senate)

Sponsor:  Senator Jim Stamas

Committee:  Appropriations

 

Date Completed:  12-5-19

 


CONTENT

 

The supplemental would provide appropriations for fiscal year (FY) 2019-20 for various State budget areas. These items include items included in Governor Whitmer's original FY 2019-20 budget that were not part of the enacted budget, items that would provide 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 other priorities. The supplemental includes line item appropriations of $459.3 million Gross and $256.7 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

State Restricted/

Other

GF/GP

Agriculture and Rural Dev.

$3,479,900

$0

$0

$3,479,900

Corrections

30,952,500

0

(14,100,000)

45,052,500

Env, Gt Lakes, & Energy

15,000,000

0

0

15,000,000

Health and Human Svcs

301,472,100

177,055,300

9,285,800

115,131,000

Insur. & Financial Svcs

3,248,000

0

3,248,000

0

Judiciary

400,000

0

0

400,000

Labor & Econ. Opp.

5,999,900

0

0

5,999,900

Licensing & Reg. Affairs

600,000

0

0

600,000

Military & Vets Affairs

4,000,000

0

0

4,000,000

State Police

13,728,800

0

11,728,800

2,000,000

Tech, Man., & Budget

43,093,700

0

0

43,093,700

Transportation

10,000,000

0

10,000,000

0

Treasury

27,351,600

0

5,360,400

21,991,200

       TOTAL

$459,326,500

$177,055,300

 $25,523,000

$256,748,200

 

FISCAL IMPACT

 

The bill provides line-item appropriations of $459.3 million Gross and $256.7 million GF/GP. Of the proposed appropriations, $176.8 million Gross and $98.0 million GF/GP represent full or partial restorations of items vetoed by Governor Whitmer on September 30, 2019. A total of $25.7 million Gross and $12.7 million GF/GP represent full or partial restorations of funding shifted out of programs by the State Administrative Board on October 1, 2019. A total of $236.2 million Gross and $105.7 million GF/GP represent full or partial funding for items in the Governor's original recommendation for FY 2019-20 that were not included in the implemented FY 2019-20 budget. 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. 301. Agriculture and Rural Development. Directs that environmental stewardship funding be used to agriculture pollution prevention programs and implementation of conservation grants.

 

Sec. 302. Agriculture and Rural Development. Directs that farm stress funding be used to respond to mental stress and fatigue of Michigan farmers and agricultural producers and their families.

 

Sec. 351. Corrections. Reinstates long-standing vetoed county jail reimbursement language governing the distribution of funds.

 

Sec. 401. Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy. Directs that of the $15.0 million appropriated for PFAS and emerging contaminants, at least $4.0 million be allocated for a grant program to municipal airports for costs of monitoring and testing of wells. Requires a report to the Legislature by April 1, 2020.

 

Sec. 451. Health and Human Services. Revises vetoed language on Child Care Fund indirect cost allotment, allocating $3.5 million to counties and tribal governments that receive reimbursements from the Child Care Fund. Directs that funding be distributed on a proportional basis

 

Sec. 452. Health and Human Services. Allocates $2.0 million from the Foster Care Payments line to the West Michigan Partnership for Children to support administrative costs of the prospective payment system established in Kent County.

 

Sec. 453. Health and Human Services. Reinstates vetoed language allocating $600,000 in GF/GP for grants to high schools for students recovering from a substance use disorder. Limits funding to a maximum of $150,000 per high school.

 

Sec. 454. Health and Human Services. Reinstates vetoed language allocating $600,000 in GF/GP to create a competitive grant for recovery community organizations for long-term recovery from substance use disorders. Limits grants to a maximum of $150,000 per organization and sets priorities for allocating those grants.

 

Sec. 455. Health and Human Services. Reinstates vetoed language allocating $500,000 to support a detoxification pilot project at St. Mary's hospital in Livonia.

 

Sec. 456. Health and Human Services. Reinstates vetoed language allocating $675,000 to primary care clinics on Beaver, Bois Blanc, Drummond, and Mackinac Islands.

 

Sec. 457. Health and Human Services. Reinstates vetoed language providing $5.1 million GF/GP plus Restricted and Federal Medicaid match dollars to increase Medicaid payments to critical access hospitals.

 

Sec. 458. Health and Human Services. Reinstates vetoed language increasing Medicaid payment rates for pediatric psychiatric services to at least 100.0% of Medicare rates.

 

Sec. 459. Health and Human Services. Reinstates vetoed language increasing Medicaid payment rates for neonatology services to 95.0% of Medicare rates.

 

Sec. 460. Health and Human Services. Reinstates vetoed language allocating $8.0 million GF/GP funding for lump sum payments to noncritical access rural hospitals that provide obstetrical care.

 

Sec. 461. Health and Human Services. Reinstates vetoed language allocating $13.9 million GF/GP funding to noncritical access rural hospitals.

 

Sec. 462. Health and Human Services. Reinstates vetoed language allocating $3.75 million GF/GP, up to $5.0 million in contributions from public entities, and any Federal Medicaid match to support the MiDocs primary care residency consortium.

 

Sec. 463. Health and Human Services. Reinstates vetoed language allocating $1,025,000 to support autism navigators with metrics for allocation and an annual report.

 

Sec. 464. Health and Human Services. Reinstates vetoed language allocating $100,000 to support an autism train the trainer pilot in the Walled Lake School District.

 

Sec. 465. Health and Human Services. Allocates $300,000 to the Leaders Advancing and Helping Communities organization in Detroit. This funding had been removed through a State Administrative Board transfer on October 1, 2019.

 

Sec. 466. Health and Human Services. Reinstates vetoed language allocating $750,000 to support the Andy's Angels substance use disorder program in Jackson County.

 

Sec. 467. Health and Human Services. Reinstates vetoed language allocating $40,000 to Michigan State University to support an opioid response consortium in northern Michigan known as Project ECHO.

 

Sec. 468. Health and Human Services. Reinstates vetoed language allocating $500,000 to support health-related senior programs at multipurpose senior citizen centers, with a maximum grant of $5,000 per program.

 

Sec. 469. Health and Human Services. Reinstates vetoed language allocating $400,000 to support a dementia care and support program in Allegan, Kent, Lenawee, Macomb, Midland, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, St. Joseph, and Wayne Counties with a report to the Legislature on the status of the program and various metrics due by March 1, 2020.

 

Sec. 470. Health and Human Services. Allocates $250,000 to support the functions of the suicide prevention commission and designates funding as a work project.

 

Sec. 501. Judiciary. Reinstates vetoed language, at a higher dollar amount ($400,000), for a veterans problem solving court in Eaton County.

 

Sec. 551. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Makes allocations from the Michigan Grants line item: (1) $1.0 million to Focus: HOPE in Detroit, (2) $500,000 for upgrades at Alpena Community College, (3) $250,000 to help repair the seawall in the city of Belleville, and (4) $250,000 to support a community corrections program in Saginaw County.

 

Sec. 552. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Allocates $250,000 for blight elimination projects in rural counties with no individual grant exceeding $50,000.

 

Sec. 601. Military and Veterans Affairs. Reinstates vetoed language depositing $4.0 million in the County Veteran Service Fund.

 

Sec. 651. State Police. Reinstates vetoed language governing secondary road patrol grants with long-standing language on reporting data and the use of the funding.

 

Sec. 701. Technology, Management, and Budget. Allocates $2.0 million to support implementation of the Proposal 2 redistricting commission.

 

Table 2

FY 2019-20 Supplemental Appropriations

Department/Program

Gross

GF/GP

Agriculture and Rural Development

Pesticide/plant mgt (offset all but $200,000 of transfer).......

$1,300,000

$1,300,000

Animal disease (offset all but $382,600 of transfer).............

400,000

400,000

Emergency mgt (offset all but $17,400 of transfer).............

182,600

182,600

Environmental stew. (offset all but $220,000 of transfer).....

300,000

300,000

Qualified forest program (offset all but $200,000 of transfer).

797,300

797,300

Farm Stress Program (veto restoration).............................

500,000

500,000

Total Agriculture and Rural Development.......................

$3,479,900

$3,479,900

Corrections

County jail reimbursement (veto restoration)......................

$14,814,600

$8,914,600

New custody staff funded at Governor's Rec.......................

10,466,800

10,466,800

Tether replacement funded at Governor's Rec.....................

4,567,100

4,567,100

Corizon contract funded nearly at Governor's Rec................

2,723,300

2,723,300

Restore lapse savings for unclassified................................

200,000

200,000

Restore admin efficiencies savings: budget/operations..........

1,780,700

1,780,700

Restore lapse savings for comm. corrections comp..............

400,000

400,000

Restore lapse savings: Transportation................................

200,000

200,000

Partially back out special equipment fund swap...................

0

20,000,000

Recognize lapse in Hepatitis C line....................................

(2,700,000)

(2,700,000)

Recognize lapse in Lake County residential.........................

(500,000)

(500,000)

Recognize lapse in residential probation diversion................

(1,000,000)

(1,000,000)

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

$30,952,500

$45,052,500

Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy

PFAS/emerging contaminants (airport) (veto restoration).....

$15,000,000

$15,000,000

Total Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy..................

$15,000,000

$15,000,000

Health and Human Services

Restore critical access hospitals (veto restoration)...............

$34,265,100

$5,099,100

Restore autism navigator (veto restoration)........................

1,025,000

1,025,000

Restore autism train the trainer (veto restoration)...............

100,000

100,000

Restore Project ECHO funding (veto restoration).................

40,000

40,000

Restore senior center grants (veto restoration)...................

500,000

500,000

St. Mary's substance use disorder (veto restoration)............

500,000

500,000

Hospital rural OB pool (veto restoration)............................

7,995,200

7,995,200

Hospital rural/sole community pool (veto restoration)...........

16,625,400

13,904,800

Island clinics (veto restoration)........................................

675,000

675,000

Child care fund indirect costs (partial veto restoration).........

3,500,000

3,500,000

Andy's Angels program (veto restoration)..........................

750,000

750,000

Alzheimer's pilot (dementia support) (veto restoration)........

400,000

400,000

Recovery high school funding (veto restoration)..................

600,000

600,000

Recovery community org. funding (veto restoration)............

600,000

600,000

Restoration of MiDOCs (veto restoration)...........................

17,500,000

3,750,000

Medicaid pediatric psych rate increase (veto restoration)......

10,743,600

3,861,300

Medicaid neonatologist rate increase (veto restoration).........

5,217,000

1,875,000

Positive/negative $2M for West Mich partnership.................

0

0

Leaders advancing/helping communities (reverse Ad Board)..

300,000

300,000

Suicide prevention commission.........................................

250,000

250,000

Restoration of multicultural (reverse Ad Board)...................

8,084,600

8,084,600

Fund lead and copper rule...............................................

4,500,000

4,500,000

Funding for HMP work requirement implementation..............

3,900,000

3,900,000

Supportive visitation funded at Governor's Rec...................

2,901,200

2,901,200

Fund ACA insurer fee at Governor's Rec.............................

180,500,000

50,019,800

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

$301,472,100

$115,131,000

Insurance and Financial Services

No-fault administration (insurance bureau fund, 16.0 FTEs)....

$3,248,000

$0

Total Insurance and Financial Services..........................

$3,248,000

$0

Judiciary

Funding for problem solving courts (veto restoration)...........

$400,000

$400,000

Total Insurance and Financial Services..........................

$400,000

$400,000

Labor and Economic Opportunity

Blight removal funding....................................................

$250,000

$250,000

At-risk youth grants (reverse Ad Board).............................

3,749,900

3,749,900

Focus: HOPE funding (MI enhancement grant)....................

1,000,000

1,000,000

Repair Belleville seawall (MI enhancement grant)................

250,000

250,000

Saginaw county comm. corrections (MI enhancement grant)...

250,000

250,000

Alpena Community College project (MI enhancement grant)..

500,000

500,000

Total Labor and Economic Opportunity...........................

$5,999,900

$5,999,900

Licensing and Regulatory Affairs

Urban search and rescue (reverse Ad Board)......................

$600,000

$600,000

Total Licensing and Regulatory Affairs...........................

$600,000

$600,000

Military and Veterans Affairs

Restore county veteran service fund (veto restoration).........

$4,000,000

$4,000,000

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

$4,000,000

$4,000,000

State Police

Restore secondary road patrol (veto restoration, 1.0 FTE).....

$13,074,300

$2,000,000

Restore training grants (veto restoration)...........................

$654,500

$0

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

$13,728,800

$2,000,000


Technology, Management, and Budget

Proposal 2 implementation...............................................

$2,000,000

$2,000,000

Fund IT investment fund at Governor's Rec........................

15,000,000

15,000,000

Fund MI public safety commun. at near Gov's Rec...............

7,993,700

7,993,700

Fund enterprise spec. maintenance at Governor's Rec..........

8,100,000

8,100,000

Funding for 2020 census.................................................

10,000,000

10,000,000

Total Technology, Management, and Budget...................

$43,093,700

$43,093,700

Transportation

Reduce service initiatives (partially reverse Ad Board)..........

($3,000,000)

$0

Restore Transit Capital urban (reverse Ad Board)................

13,000,000

0

Total Transportation......................................................

$10,000,000

$0

Treasury

Restoration of commercial forest PILT (veto restoration).......

$3,368,100

$3,368,100

Restoration of swamp/reverted PILT (veto restoration).........

15,305,600

15,305,600

Restoration of purchased lands PILT (veto restoration).........

8,677,900

3,317,500

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

$27,351,600

$21,991,200

Total FY 2019-20 Supplemental Appropriations..............

$459,326,500

$256,748,200

 

                                                                                    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.