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 1        AN ACT regarding appropriations.

 2        Be  it  enacted  by  the People of the State of Illinois,
 3    represented in the General Assembly:

 4                              ARTICLE 1

 5        Section  1.   "AN  ACT   regarding   appropriations   and
 6    reappropriations,"  Public  Act 91-20, approved June 7, 1999,
 7    is amended by changing Section 6 of Article 13 as follows:

 8        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 13, Sec. 6)
 9        Sec. 6.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
10    as  may  be necessary, respectively, are appropriated for the
11    ordinary and contingent expenses of the Department on Aging:
12                         DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS
13                            GRANTS-IN-AID
14    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
15      For the purchase of Illinois Community
16       Care Program homemaker and Senior
17       Companion Services ............ $159,377,000  $162,377,000
18      For other services provided by the
19       Illinois Act on the Aging .....                    386,000
20      For Case Coordination
21       Units .........................   20,767,000    17,767,000
22      For Grants for distribution to the 13 Area
23       Agencies on Aging for costs for home
24       delivered meals and mobile food equipment ...    5,418,500
25      Grants for Community Based Services
26       including information and referral
27       services, transportation and delivered
28       meals .......................................    3,107,200
29      For Grants for Adult Day Care Services .......   10,255,100
30      For Purchase of Services in connection with
 
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 1       Alzheimer's Initiative and Related
 2       Programs ....................................      107,100
 3      For Grants for Retired Senior
 4       Volunteer Program ...........................      800,000
 5      For Planning and Service Grants to
 6       Area Agencies on Aging ......................    2,293,300
 7      For Grants for the Foster
 8       Grandparent Program .........................      350,000
 9      For Expenses to the Area Agencies
10       on Aging for Long-Term Care Systems
11       Development .................................      282,400
12      For Grants for Suburban Area Agency
13       on Aging for the Red
14       Tape Cutter Program .........................      232,500
15      For Grants for Chicago Department on Aging
16       for the Red Tape Cutter Program .............      542,500
17      For the Ombudsman Program ....................      400,000
18        Total                                        $204,318,600

19    Payable from Services for Older Americans Fund:
20      For Grants for Social Services ............... $ 18,330,100
21      For Grants for Nutrition Services ............   27,380,400
22      For Grants for Employment Services ...........    3,383,700
23      For Grants for USDA Adult Day Care ...........    1,000,000
24        Total                                         $50,094,200

25        Section  2.   "AN  ACT   regarding   appropriations   and
26    reappropriations,"  Public  Act 91-20, approved June 7, 1999,
27    is amended by changing Sections 11A and 17 of Article  14  as
28    follows:

29        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 14, Sec. 11A)
30        Sec.  11A.  The  following  named  amounts,  or  so  much
31    thereof   as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  to  the
 
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 1    Department of Agriculture for:
 2                        BUREAU OF STATE FAIR
 3    Payable from the Illinois State Fair Fund:
 4      For Operations of the
 5       1999 State Fair ...............   $2,245,500    $2,200,000
 6      For Entertainment at the 1999
 7       State Fair ..................................    1,000,000
 8        Total                            $3,245,500    $3,200,000

 9        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 14, Sec. 17)
10        Sec. 17.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
11    as may be necessary, are appropriated to  the  Department  of
12    Agriculture for:
13                    ILLINOIS STATE FAIR PROGRAMS
14    Payable from the General Revenue Fund:
15      For Awards to Livestock Breeders at
16       rates provided by law ....................... $    172,400
17      For Awards and Premiums at the
18       Illinois State Fair .........................      319,000
19      For Awards and Premiums for Grand
20       Circuit Horse Racing at the
21       Illinois State Fairgrounds ..................      148,100
22        Total                                            $639,500
23    Payable from the Illinois State Fair Fund:
24      For Awards to Livestock Breeders at
25       rates provided by law ......... $     69,900  $     57,400
26      For Awards and Premiums at the
27       Illinois State Fair ...........      215,200       173,200
28      For Awards and Premiums for Grand
29       Circuit Horse Racing at the
30       Illinois State Fairgrounds ..................       49,400
31        Total                              $334,500      $280,000

32        Section   3.    "AN   ACT  regarding  appropriations  and
 
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 1    reappropriations," Public Act 91-20, approved June  7,  1999,
 2    is amended by changing Section 4 of Article 15 as follows:

 3        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 15, Sec. 4)
 4        Sec.  4.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
 5    as may  be  necessary,  respectively,  for  the  objects  and
 6    purposes hereinafter named are appropriated to the Department
 7    of Central Management Services:
 8                         BUREAU OF BENEFITS
 9                  PAYABLE FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND
10      For Personal Services ........................ $    528,600
11      For Employee Retirement Contributions
12       Paid by Employer ............................       21,200
13      For State Contributions to State
14       Employees' Retirement System ................       51,900
15      For State Contributions to Social
16       Security ....................................       40,500
17      For Group Insurance ............  589,085,600   524,085,600
18      For Contractual Services .....................      107,200
19      For Travel ...................................        8,600
20      For Commodities...............................        9,900
21      For Printing .................................        4,300
22      For Equipment ................................        1,700
23      For Telecommunications Services ..............       14,900
24      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............          900
25      For payment of claims under the
26       Representation and Indemnification
27       in Civil Law Suits Act ......................    2,447,200
28      For payment of Workers' Compensation
29       Act claims and contractual services in
30       connection with said claims
31       payments ....................................   17,703,000
32      For auto liability, adjusting and administration
33       of claims, loss control and prevention
 
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 1       services, and auto
 2       liability claims ..............    3,402,900  <L   1,752,900>
 3        Total                           613,428,400  $546,778,400

 4     PAYABLE FROM LOCAL GOVERNMENT HEALTH INSURANCE RESERVE FUND
 5      For Personal Services ........................ $    473,100
 6      For Employee Retirement Contributions
 7       Paid by Employer ............................       19,000
 8      For State Contributions to State
 9       Employees' Retirement System ................       46,400
10      For State Contributions to Social
11       Security ....................................       36,200
12      For Group Insurance ..........................       69,600
13      For Contractual Services .....................      180,000
14      For Travel ...................................       13,000
15      For Commodities...............................       10,000
16      For Printing .................................      140,000
17      For Equipment ................................       17,700
18      For Electronic Data Processing ...............       47,000
19      For Telecommunications Services ..............       18,400
20      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............        2,000
21        Total                                          $1,072,400

22      For the Local Governments Contribution
23       Under Program of Group Life, Dental, Hospital,
24       And Surgical And Medical Insurance For
25       Persons Serving Local Governments ...........$  84,111,400

26                       PAYABLE FROM ROAD FUND
27      For Group Insurance ..........................$  73,418,000
28      For payment of claims and claims
29       administration under the
30       Workers' Compensation Act ...................$   4,405,500

31              PAYABLE FROM GROUP INSURANCE PREMIUM FUND
32      For expenses of Cost Containment Program ........$  288,000
 
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 1      For Life Insurance Coverage As Elected
 2       By Members Per The State Employees
 3       Group Insurance Act .........................$  74,712,000

 4             PAYABLE FROM HEALTH INSURANCE RESERVE FUND
 5      For Expenses of a Cost Containment Program ......$  158,900

 6      For Provisions of Health Care
 7       Coverage as Elected by
 8       Eligible Members Per State
 9       Employees Group
10       Insurance Act .................$927,841,100   $862,841,100

11          PAYABLE FROM WORKERS' COMPENSATION REVOLVING FUND
12      For administrative costs of claims services
13       and payment of temporary total
14       disability claims of any state agency
15       or university employee .........................$  600,000

16        Expenditures   from   appropriations  for  treatment  and
17    expense  may  be  made  after  the  Department   of   Central
18    Management Services has certified that the injured person was
19    employed  and that the nature of the injury is compensable in
20    accordance with the provisions of the  Workers'  Compensation
21    Act  or  the Workers' Occupational Diseases Act, and then has
22    determined the amount of such compensation to be paid to  the
23    injured person.
24        Expenditures   for  this  purpose  may  be  made  by  the
25    Department of Central Management Services without  regard  to
26    the  fiscal year in which benefit or services was rendered or
27    cost incurred  as  allowable  or  provided  by  the  Workers'
28    Compensation Act or the Workers' Occupational Diseases Act.

29       PAYABLE FROM STATE EMPLOYEES DEFERRED COMPENSATION FUND
30      For expenses related to the administration
31       of the State Employees Deferred
32       Compensation Plan.............................$  1,856,900
 
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 1        Section 4.  "AN ACT regarding appropriations," Public Act
 2    91-23,  approved June 9, 1999, is amended by changing Section
 3    13 of Article 10 as follows:

 4        (P.A. 91-23, Art. 10, Sec. 13)
 5        Sec. 13.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
 6    as may be necessary, respectively, for payments for  care  of
 7    children  served  by  the  Department  of Children and Family
 8    Services:
 9                            GRANTS-IN-AID
10                          REGIONAL OFFICES
11                  PAYABLE FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND
12      For Foster Homes and Specialized
13       Foster Care
14       and Prevention ................ $268,192,900  $283,192,900
15      For Counseling Services ......................   21,766,800
16      For Homemaker Services .......................    7,665,800
17      For Institution and Group Home Care and
18       Prevention ..................................  144,027,200
19      For Services Associated with the Foster
20       Care Initiative .............................    6,525,300
21      For Purchase of Adoption and
22       Guardianship Services ......... $124,933,700   109,933,700
23      For Health Care Network ......................    4,521,700
24      For Cash Assistance and Housing
25       Locator Service to Families in the
26       Class Defined in the Norman Consent Order ...    3,461,400
27      For Youth in Transition Program ..............      698,000
28      For Children's Personal and
29       Physical Maintenance ........................    6,519,000
30      For MCO Technical Assistance and
31       Program Development .........................    1,693,300
32      For Pre Admission/Post Discharge
33       Psychiatric Screening .......................    8,016,100
 
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 1      For Counties to Assist in the Development
 2       of Children's Advocacy Centers ..............    1,395,900
 3      For Psychological Assessments
 4       including Operations and
 5       Administrative Expenses .....................    5,605,400
 6      For Payments for Services to Children
 7       in the Class Defined in the David B.
 8       Consent Order ...............................    5,150,000
 9        Total                                        $611,991,800
10             PAYABLE FROM DCFS CHILDREN'S SERVICES FUND
11      For Foster Homes and Specialized
12       Foster Care and Prevention .................. $190,263,800
13      For Counseling Services ......................   10,529,000
14      For Homemaker Services .......................    2,828,700
15      For Institution and Group Home Care and
16       Prevention ..................................  120,730,800
17      For Services Associated with the Foster
18       Care Initiative .............................    2,657,500
19      For Purchase of Adoption and
20       Guardianship Services .......................   42,016,100
21      For Family Preservation Services..............   22,504,200
22      For Purchase of Children's Services...........      705,100
23      For Family Centered Services Initiative ......   11,000,000
24        Total                                        $402,945,800

25        Section  5.   "AN  ACT   regarding   appropriations   and
26    reappropriations,"  Public  Act 91-20, approved June 7, 1999,
27    as amended, is amended by changing Sections 13, 72, 119, 185,
28    261, 276, 285, 357, 358, 359, 360, 362, 366, 433,  443,  476,
29    570, 599, 607, 614, 696, 701, 809, 820, 897, 972, 1017, 1126,
30    1250,  1281,  1282,  1283,  1284  and  1300 of Article 16, as
31    amended by P.A. 91-687, approved March 8, 2000, as follows:

32        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 13)
 
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 1        Sec. 13.  The sum of $9,313,100 $9,293,000,  or  so  much
 2    thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General
 3    Revenue  Fund  to  the  Department  of Commerce and Community
 4    Affairs for the  State's  Share  of  State's  Attorneys'  and
 5    Assistant  State's  Attorneys' salaries, including prior year
 6    costs.

 7        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 72, as amended)
 8        Sec. 72.  The sum of  $1,000,000  $500,000,  or  so  much
 9    thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General
10    Revenue  Fund  to  the  Department  of Commerce and Community
11    Affairs for a grant  to  the  National  Conference  of  State
12    Legislatures - Chicago 2000.

13        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 119)
14        Sec. 119.  The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as may
15    be  necessary  and  as  remains  unexpended  at  the close of
16    business on June 30,  1999,  from  appropriations  heretofore
17    made  for  such  purpose in Article 74, Section 198 of Public
18    Act 90-0585, is reappropriated from the General Revenue  Fund
19    to  the  Department of Commerce and Community Affairs for the
20    purpose of a grant to the Village of Chatham  for  recreation
21    and play equipment. a teen center.

22        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 185)
23        Sec.  185.  The  amount of $50,000, or so much thereof as
24    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
25    Future to the Department of Commerce  and  Community  Affairs
26    for  a  grant  to  the City of LaSalle for the purpose of all
27    costs associated with the  construction  of  a  new  library.
28    reconstruction of the wading/baby pool at Hegler Park.

29        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 261)
30        Sec.  261.  The  amount  of $5,000, or so much thereof as
 
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 1    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
 2    Future to the Department of Commerce  and  Community  Affairs
 3    for  a  grant  to  the  Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce for the
 4    purpose of general operating  expenses,  including,  but  not
 5    limited  to,  program  expenses,  salaries, and miscellaneous
 6    purchases.  all  costs  associated  with   establishing   and
 7    operating  a  trolley  link  with  the  Museum of Science and
 8    Industry.

 9        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 276)
10        Sec. 276.  The amount of $5,000, or so  much  thereof  as
11    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
12    Future  to  the  Department of Commerce and Community Affairs
13    for  a  grant  to  Williamson   County   for   infrastructure
14    improvements  in  the Village of Crab Orchard for the purpose
15    of infrastructure improvements.

16        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 285)
17        Sec. 285.  The amount of $10,000, or so much  thereof  as
18    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
19    Future  to  the  Department of Commerce and Community Affairs
20    for  a  grant  to   Alexander   County   for   infrastructure
21    improvements  in  the Village of Olive Branch for the purpose
22    of infrastructure improvements.

23        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 357)
24        Sec. 357.  The amount of $20,000, or so much  thereof  as
25    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
26    Future  to  the  Department of Commerce and Community Affairs
27    for a one-time grant to  the  Village  of  Hazel  Crest  Park
28    District for all costs associated with the CORPS Program.

29        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 358)
30        Sec.  358.  The  amount of $20,000, or so much thereof as
 
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 1    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
 2    Future to the Department of Commerce  and  Community  Affairs
 3    for  a  one-time grant to the Village of Dolton Park District
 4    for all costs associated with the CORPS Program.

 5        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 359)
 6        Sec. 359.  The amount of $20,000, or so much  thereof  as
 7    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
 8    Future  to  the  Department of Commerce and Community Affairs
 9    for a one-time grant to the Village of Robbins Park  District
10    for all costs associated with the CORPS Program.

11        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 360)
12        Sec.  360.  The  amount of $20,000, or so much thereof as
13    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
14    Future to the Department of Commerce  and  Community  Affairs
15    for  a  grant to the City of Country Club Hills Park District
16    for all costs associated with the CORPS Program.

17        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 362)
18        Sec. 362.  The amount of $20,000, or so much  thereof  as
19    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
20    Future  to  the Department of  Commerce and Community Affairs
21    for a  grant to the Village of Phoenix Park District for  all
22    costs associated with the CORPS Program.

23        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 366)
24        Sec.  366.  The  amount of $20,000, or so much thereof as
25    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
26    Future to the Department of Commerce  and  Community  Affairs
27    for  a  grant  to  the  City of Markham Park District for all
28    costs associated with the CORPS Program.

29        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 433)
 
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 1        Sec. 433.  The amount of $110,000, or so much thereof  as
 2    may   be   necessary,   is   appropriated  from  the  Capital
 3    Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and  Community
 4    Affairs  for  a  grant  to  the  Glen  Carbon Fire Protection
 5    District for the construction of a new  facility.  Department
 6    for the purpose of renovating and upgrading the fire station.

 7        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 443)
 8        Sec.  443.  The amount of $100,000, or so much thereof as
 9    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
10    Future to the Department of Commerce  and  Community  Affairs
11    for  a  grant  to  the  Duncan YMCA for signage, landscaping,
12    equipment, operational and programmatic expenses.  all  costs
13    associated with building expansion.

14        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 476)
15        Sec.  476.  The  amount  of  $50,000  $50,00,  or so much
16    thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated  from  the  Fund
17    for  Illinois'  Future  to  the  Department  of  Commerce and
18    Community Affairs for  a  one-time  grant  to  the  Guatemala
19    Chamber of Commerce.

20        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 570)
21        Sec.  570.  The amount of $100,000, or so much thereof as
22    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
23    Future to the Department of Commerce  and  Community  Affairs
24    for  a  grant to the Village of Tamms Volunteer Fire District
25    for the purpose of all costs associated with a fire truck and
26    equipment.

27        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 599)
28        Sec. 599.  The amount of $130,000, or so much thereof  as
29    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
30    Future  to  the  Department of Commerce and Community Affairs
 
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 1    for a grant to the Village of Woodstock for  the  purpose  of
 2    intersection  improvements,  including,  but  not  limited to
 3    cross walk installation and the purchase and installation  of
 4    two  pedestrian  crossing  signs. constructing a stoplight at
 5    Marion Catholic High School.

 6        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 607)
 7        Sec. 607.  The amount of $24,000, or so much  thereof  as
 8    may   be   necessary,  is  appropriated  from  the  Fund  for
 9    Illinois' Future to the Department of Commerce and  Community
10    Affairs  for  a grant to the Village of McCullom Lake for the
11    purpose  of  purchasing  computers  for  squad  cars   and/or
12    equipment. computers for police cars.

13        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 614)
14        Sec.  614.  The  amount of $25,000, or so much thereof as
15    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
16    Future to the Department of Commerce  and  Community  Affairs
17    for  a  grant  to  the Village of Richmond for the purpose of
18    street improvements, median installation,  and  purchase  and
19    installation  of lighting. all costs associated with lighting
20    on Broadway Street.

21        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 696, as amended)
22        Sec. 696.  The amount of $350,000, or so much thereof  as
23    may   be   necessary,   is   appropriated  from  the  Capital
24    Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and  Community
25    Affairs for a grant to the Mt. Olive Fire Protection District
26    for the purpose of a firehouse.

27        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 701)
28        Sec.  701.  The amount of $100,000, or so much thereof as
29    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
30    Future to the Department of Commerce  and  Community  Affairs
 
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 1    for  a  grant  to Roseland Little League Baseball Association
 2    9th Ward City  of  Chicago  for  all  costs  associated  with
 3    constructing  and/or repairing the purpose of a little league
 4    baseball field at 125th Place and Michigan Avenue.

 5        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 809)
 6        Sec. 809.  The amount of $75,000, or so much  thereof  as
 7    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
 8    Future  to  the  Department of Commerce and Community Affairs
 9    for a grant to  the  Western  Egyptian  Economic  Opportunity
10    Council  Waterloo Senior Citizens Center for expenses related
11    to building improvements.

12        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 820)
13        Sec. 820.  The amount of $2,500, or so  much  thereof  as
14    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
15    Future  to  the  Department of Commerce and Community Affairs
16    for a grant to Shawnee College for the  Happy  Hearts  Senior
17    Citizens. Massac City.

18        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 897)
19        Sec.  897.  The  amount of $50,000, or so much thereof as
20    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
21    Future to the Department of Commerce  and  Community  Affairs
22    for  a  grant  to  Cornerstone  for  the purpose of modifying
23    heating, air conditioning, and sprinkler systems.

24        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 972, as amended)
25        Sec. 972.  The amount of $25,000, or so much  thereof  as
26    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
27    Future  to  the  Department of Commerce and Community Affairs
28    for a grant to the YMCA YWCA of Lake County. Waukegan.

29        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 1017)
 
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 1        Sec. 1017.  The amount of $80,000, or so much thereof  as
 2    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
 3    Future  to  the  Department of Commerce and Community Affairs
 4    for a grant to Lawrence Hall Youth Services the Department of
 5    Children and Family Services for all  costs  associated  with
 6    rehabilitating group homes in Rogers Park.

 7        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 1126)
 8        Sec.  1126.  The  sum  of $200,000, or so much thereof as
 9    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
10    Future to the Department of Commerce  and  Community  Affairs
11    for  a  grant to the Chatham Business Association for various
12    expenses of the organization. for the Small Organization.

13        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 1250, as amended)
14        Sec. 1250.  The sum of $600,000, or so  much  thereof  as
15    may   be   necessary,   is   appropriated  from  the  Capital
16    Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and  Community
17    Affairs  for  a grant to the Spring Garden Township Rend Lake
18    Conservancy District for construction of a water distribution
19    system.

20        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 1281)
21        Sec. 1281.  The sum of $1,008,000, or so much thereof  as
22    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
23    Future  to  the  Department of Commerce and Community Affairs
24    for grants to units of local  government  and  not-for-profit
25    organizations  for  infrastructure improvements including but
26    not  limited  to  planning,   construction,   reconstruction,
27    renovation,  equipment, vehicles for senior citizen services,
28    and  for  all  costs  associated  with  economic  development
29    programs,  educational  training  and   programs,   community
30    services,  public health programs and public safety programs.
31    and vehicles for senior citizen services.
 
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 1        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 1282)
 2        Sec. 1282.  The sum of $2,532,700, or so much thereof  as
 3    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
 4    Future  to  the  Department of Commerce and Community Affairs
 5    for grants to units of local  government  and  not-for-profit
 6    organizations  for  infrastructure improvements including but
 7    not  limited  to  planning,   construction,   reconstruction,
 8    renovation, equipment, supplies and all costs associated with
 9    economic   development  programs,  educational  training  and
10    programs, community services,  public  health  programs,  and
11    public safety programs. and supplies.

12        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 1283, as amended)
13        Sec. 1283.  The sum of $20,217,200, or so much thereof as
14    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
15    Future  to  the  Department of Commerce and Community Affairs
16    for  grants  to  units  of  local   government,   educational
17    facilities  and  not-for-profit  organizations for municipal,
18    recreational, educational, and public  safety  infrastructure
19    improvements  and  for  other  expenses,  including  but  not
20    limited  to training, planning, construction, reconstruction,
21    renovation,  utilities,  and   equipment,   and   all   costs
22    associated  with  economic  development programs, educational
23    training and  programs,  community  services,  public  health
24    programs, and public safety programs. and equipment.

25        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 1284)
26        Sec.  1284.  The sum of $4,900,000, or so much thereof as
27    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
28    Future to the Department of Commerce  and  Community  Affairs
29    for   grants   to  units  of  local  government,  educational
30    facilities    and    not-for-profit     organizations     for
31    infrastructure  improvements  including,  but  not limited to
32    salaries,   miscellaneous   operational   expenses,   program
 
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 1    expenses, and material  and  printing  costs,  and  planning,
 2    construction,   reconstruction,   renovation,  utilities  and
 3    equipment.

 4        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 16, Sec. 1300, as amended)
 5        Sec. 1300.  The sum of $9,834,100, or so much thereof  as
 6    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
 7    Future  to  the  Department of Commerce and Community Affairs
 8    for  grants  to  units  of  local   government,   educational
 9    facilities and not-for-profit organizations for education and
10    training,   infrastructure  improvements  and  other  capital
11    projects,   including   but   not   limited   to    planning,
12    construction,   reconstruction,   equipment,   utilities  and
13    vehicles, and all costs associated with economic  development
14    programs, community service programs, public health programs,
15    public safety programs, and other programs and activities.

16        Section   6.    "AN   ACT  regarding  appropriations  and
17    reappropriations," Public Act 91-20, approved June  7,  1999,
18    is amended by changing Section 2 of Article 17 as follows:

19        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 17, Sec. 2)
20        Sec.  2.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
21    as may be necessary, respectively, are  appropriated  to  the
22    Department of Corrections for:
23                        ADULT FIELD SERVICES
24      For Personal Services .......... $ 25,159,200  $ 24,718,100
25      For Employee Retirement Contributions
26       Paid by Employer ..............    1,383,800     1,359,500
27      For Student, Member and Inmate
28       Compensation ..................                    130,400
29      For State Contributions to State
30       Employees' Retirement
31       System ........................    2,444,000     2,401,200
 
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 1      For State Contributions to
 2       Social Security ...............    1,879,200     1,845,500
 3      For Contractual Services .......   20,854,400    20,761,400
 4      For Travel .....................                    322,000
 5      For Commodities ................      758,900       689,300
 6      For Printing ...................                     22,000
 7      For Equipment ..................    3,998,900     1,842,500
 8      For Telecommunications
 9       Services ......................    1,936,900     1,913,400
10      For Operation of Auto Equipment .                   406,000
11        Total                           $59,295,700   $56,411,300

12        Section   7.    "AN   ACT  regarding  appropriations  and
13    reappropriations," Public Act 91-20, approved June  7,  1999,
14    is  amended by changing Sections 1, 5, 6.3, 11, 11.1, 12, 16,
15    17, 18.1, 21, 22, 25, 26, and 28 of Article 19 as follows:

16        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 19, Sec. 1)
17        Sec. 1.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
18    as  may  be  necessary,  respectively,  for  the  objects and
19    purposes hereinafter named are appropriated to the Department
20    of  Human  Services  for  income   assistance   and   related
21    distributive  purposes,  including  such Federal funds as are
22    made available by the Federal Government  for  the  following
23    purposes:
24                         DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS
25                             OPERATIONS
26    Payable from the Special Purposes Trust Fund:
27      For Personal Services ...................... $      334,500
28      For Employee Retirement Contributions
29       Paid by Employer ..........................         13,400
30      For Retirement Contributions ...............         32,800
31      For State Contributions to
32       Social Security ...........................         25,600
 
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 1      For Group Insurance ........................         40,600
 2      For Contractual Services ...................         26,000
 3      For Travel .................................         31,500
 4      For Commodities ............................          9,000
 5      For Printing ...............................          1,000
 6      For Equipment ..............................          6,000
 7        Total                                            $520,400
 8                         DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS
 9                            GRANTS-IN-AID
10    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
11      For Aid to Aged, Blind or Disabled
12       under Article III ......................... $   27,505,400
13      For Temporary Assistance for Needy
14       Families under Article IV
15       and other social services .................    384,628,000
16      For Grants Associated with Child Care
17       Services, Including Operating and
18       Administrative Costs ..........    186,079,900 146,079,900
19      For Emergency Assistance for
20       Families with Dependent Children ............    2,000,000
21      For Funeral and Burial Expenses under
22       Articles III, IV, and V .....................    5,637,000
23      For Refugees .................................    2,994,500
24      For State Family and Children
25       Assistance ..................................    1,390,000
26      For State Transitional Assistance ............   10,860,700
27      For Services to Non-Citizens pursuant
28       to 305 ILCS 5/12-4.34 .......................    2,000,000
29        Total                                        $583,095,500

30        The  Department,  with  the  consent  in writing from the
31    Governor, may reapportion not more than ten  percent  of  the
32    total  appropriation  of  General  Revenue Funds in Section 1
33    above  "For  Income  Assistance  and   Related   Distributive
34    Purposes"  among  the  various  purposes  therein enumerated,
 
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 1    excluding Emergency Assistance for  Families  with  Dependent
 2    Children.
 3        The  Department,  with  the  consent  in writing from the
 4    Governor, may reapportion not more than six  percent  of  the
 5    appropriation  "For  Temporary  Assistance for Needy Families
 6    under Article IV" representing savings  attributable  to  not
 7    increasing grants due to the births of additional children to
 8    the  appropriation  from  the General Revenue Fund in Section
 9    39.1 in this article for Employability Development Services.

10        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 19, Sec. 5)
11        Sec. 5.  The following named sums, or so much thereof  as
12    may  be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes
13    hereinafter named, are appropriated from the General  Revenue
14    Fund  to  meet  the  ordinary  and contingent expenses of the
15    Department of Human Services:
16                  TINLEY PARK MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
17      For Personal Services ..........  $17,394,600   $17,575,900
18      For Employee Retirement Contributions
19       Paid by Employer ..............      674,700       682,000
20      For Retirement Contributions ...    1,686,500     1,704,300
21      For State Contributions to Social
22       Security ......................    1,330,700     1,344,500
23      For Contractual Services .....................    1,071,000
24      For Travel ...................................       33,400
25      For Commodities ..............................    2,468,000
26      For Printing .................................        4,300
27      For Equipment ................................       77,800
28      For Telecommunications Services ..............      186,400
29      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       33,300
30      For Expenses Related to Living
31       Skills Program ..............................       21,400
32      For Costs Associated with Behavorial
33       Health Services - Tinley Park Network .......      182,500
 
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 1        Total                                         $25,384,800

 2        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 19, Sec. 6.3)
 3        Sec. 6.3.  The following named sums, or so  much  thereof
 4    as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  from  the General
 5    Revenue Fund to the Department of Human Services for  repairs
 6    and   maintenance,   roof  repairs  and/or  replacements  and
 7    miscellaneous at the Department's various facilities and  are
 8    to   include  capital  improvements  including  construction,
 9    reconstruction, improvements,  repairs  and  installation  of
10    capital  facilities,  cost  of planning, supplies, materials,
11    and all other expenses required for roof and other  types  of
12    repairs and maintenance, capital improvements and demolition.
13        No contract shall be entered into or obligations incurred
14    for any expenditures from appropriations made in this Section
15    of the Article until after the purposes and amounts have been
16    approved in writing by the Governor.
17     For Repair, Maintenance and
18       other Capital Improvements
19      at various facilities .......... $  1,623,900  $  2,123,900
20     For Miscellaneous Permanent Improvements ......      265,100
21        Total                                          $2,389,000

22        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 19, Sec. 11)
23        Sec. 11.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
24    as  may  be  necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the
25    Department of Human Services:
26                        HOME SERVICES PROGRAM
27    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
28      For Personal Services .......... $  4,409,800  $  4,559,800
29      For Employee Retirement Contributions
30       Paid by Employer ..............      173,300       179,300
31      For Retirement Contributions ...      430,000       444,700
32      For State Contribution to
 
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 1       Social Security ...............      337,300       348,800
 2      For Contractual Services .....................      138,800
 3      For Travel ...................................      127,700
 4      For Commodities ..............................        1,900
 5      For Printing .................................        3,700
 6      For Equipment ................................        1,000
 7      For Telecommunications Services ..............       30,100
 8      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............          500
 9        Total                                          $5,836,300

10        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 19, Sec. 11.1)
11        Sec.  11.1.  The  following  named  amount,  or  so  much
12    thereof  as  may  be  necessary,  is  appropriated   to   the
13    Department of Human Services:
14                        HOME SERVICES PROGRAM
15                            GRANTS-IN-AID
16    For Purchase of Services of the
17     Home Services Program, pursuant to 20 ILCS 2405/3:
18      Payable from General
19       Revenue Fund ................  $161,261,800   $161,307,900

20        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 19, Sec. 12)
21        Sec. 12.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as
22    may  be necessary, respectively, for the purposes hereinafter
23    named, are appropriated to the Department of  Human  Services
24    for  Grants-In-Aid  and Purchased Care in its various regions
25    pursuant to Sections 3 and 4 of the  Community  Services  Act
26    and the Community Mental Health Act:
27              MENTAL HEALTH/DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
28                  GRANTS-IN-AID AND PURCHASED CARE
29    For Community Service Grant Programs for
30      Persons with Mental Illness:
31        Payable from General Revenue Fund .......... $155,393,300
32        Payable from Community Mental Health
 
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 1        Services Block Grant Fund.....    9,827,400     8,068,200
 2        Payable from the DHS Federal
 3        Projects Fund ..............................   10,000,000
 4    For Community Integrated Living
 5      Arrangements for Persons with
 6      Mental Illness:
 7        Payable from General Revenue Fund...........   33,774,300
 8    For Medicaid Services for Persons with
 9      Mental Illness/and KidCare Clients:
10        Payable from General Revenue Fund...........   49,089,000
11    For Emergency Psychiatric Services:
12        Payable from General Revenue Fund ..........    9,776,300
13    For Community Service Grant Programs for
14      Children and Adolescents with
15       Mental Illness:
16        Payable from General Revenue Fund ..........   21,885,000
17        Payable from Community Mental Health
18        Services Block Grant Fund ....    3,371,400     2,730,600
19    For Purchase of Care for Children and
20      Adolescents with Mental Illness
21      approved through the Individual
22      Care Grant Program:
23        Payable from General Revenue Fund ..........   20,465,200
24    For Costs Associated with Children and
25      Adolescent Mental Health Programs:
26       Payable from General Revenue Fund ...........   10,771,500
27    For Teen Suicide Prevention Including
28      Provisions Established in Public Act
29      85-0928:
30        Payable from Community Mental Health
31        Services Block Grant Fund ..................      206,400
32    For Grants for Mental Health Research:
33        Payable from Mental Health Research
34        Fund .......................................      150,000
 
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 1        Total                                        $322,309,800
 2    For Community Service Grant Programs for
 3      Persons with Developmental Disabilities:
 4        Payable from General Revenue Fund: .........  $94,486,300
 5    For Community Integrated Living
 6      Arrangements for the Persons with
 7      Developmental Disabilities:
 8        Payable from General Revenue Fund ..........  209,300,300
 9    For Purchase of Care for Persons with
10      Developmental Disabilities:
11        Payable from General Revenue Fund ..........   80,658,700
12        Payable from the Mental Health Fund ........    9,965,600
13    For Medicaid Services for Persons with
14      Developmental Disabilities:
15      Payable from General Revenue Fund ............   13,790,800
16    For costs associated with the provision
17      of Specialized Services to Persons with
18      Developmental Disabilities,
19      Payable from General Revenue Fund ............    9,880,000
20        Total                                        $418,081,700

21        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 19, Sec. 16)
22        Sec. 16.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as
23    may  be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes
24    hereinafter named, are appropriated from the General  Revenue
25    Fund  to meet the ordinary and contingent expenditures of the
26    Department of Human Services:
27                    LINCOLN DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
28      For Personal Services ..........  $23,227,900   $23,022,000
29      For Employee Retirement Contributions
30       Paid by Employer ..............      901,600       893,400
31      For Retirement Contributions ...    2,265,400     2,245,200
32      For State Contributions to Social
33       Security ......................    1,776,900     1,761,200
 
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 1      For Contractual Services .....................    1,397,700
 2      For Travel ...................................       13,300
 3      For Commodities ..............................    1,555,900
 4      For Printing .................................       13,000
 5      For Equipment ................................      129,000
 6      For Telecommunications Services ..............       75,500
 7      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       44,300
 8      For Expenses Related to Living
 9       Skills Program ..............................        9,000
10        Total                                         $31,159,500

11        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 19, Sec. 17)
12        Sec. 17.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as
13    may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and  purposes
14    hereinafter  named, are appropriated from the General Revenue
15    Fund to meet the ordinary and contingent expenditures of  the
16    Department of Human Services:
17       CLYDE L. CHOATE MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
18      For Personal Services ..........  $22,002,700   $21,627,100
19      For Employee Retirement Contributions
20       Paid by Employer ..............      854,400       839,400
21      For Retirement Contributions ...    2,118,600     2,081,800
22      For State Contributions to Social
23       Security ......................    1,683,100     1,654,400
24      For Contractual Services .....................    1,536,900
25      For Travel ...................................       24,800
26      For Commodities ..............................    1,200,100
27      For Printing .................................       14,500
28      For Equipment ................................      113,800
29      For Telecommunications Services ..............      154,500
30      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       49,800
31      For Expenses Related to Living
32       Skills Program ..............................       38,800
33      For Costs Associated with Behavioral
 
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 1       Health Services - Choate Network ............       43,300
 2        Total                                         $29,379,200

 3        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 19, Sec. 18.1)
 4        Sec.  18.1.  The  following  named  amounts,  or  so much
 5    thereof as may be necessary, respectively,  are  appropriated
 6    to the Department of Human Services:
 7                   REHABILITATION SERVICES BUREAUS
 8                            GRANTS-IN-AID
 9    For Case Services to Individuals:
10      Payable from General Revenue Fund ............ $  8,660,000
11      Payable from Illinois Veterans'
12       Rehabilitation Fund .........................    2,413,700
13      Payable from DORS State Projects Fund ........      100,000
14      Payable from Vocational Rehabilitation Fund ..   46,110,700
15    For Implementation of Title VI, Part C of the
16      Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as
17      Amended--Supported Employment:
18      Payable from General Revenue Fund ............    2,222,200
19      Payable from Vocational Rehabilitation Fund ..    1,900,000
20    For Small Business Enterprise Program:
21      Payable from Vocational Rehabilitation Fund ..    3,619,100
22    For Case Services to Migrant Workers:
23      Payable from General Revenue Fund ............       20,000
24      Payable from Vocational Rehabilitation Fund ..      210,000
25    For Grants to Independent Living Centers:
26      Payable from General Revenue Fund ............    3,834,600
27      Payable from Vocational Rehabilitation Fund...    2,000,000
28    For the Illinois Coalition for Citizens
29      with Disabilities:
30      Payable from General Revenue Fund.............      122,800
31      Payable from Vocational Rehabilitation Fund...       77,200
32    For the Establishment of Scandinavian
33      Lekotek Play Libraries:
 
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 1      Payable from General Revenue Fund.............      646,200
 2    For Independent Living Older Blind Grant:
 3      Payable from the Vocational
 4       Rehabilitation Fund .........................      245,500
 5      Payable from General
 6       Revenue Fund ..................       68,000        21,900
 7    For Technology Related Assistance
 8      Project for Individuals of All Ages with
 9      Disabilities:
10      Payable from the Vocational
11       Rehabilitation Fund .........................    1,050,000
12        Total                                         $73,253,900

13        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 19, Sec. 21)
14        Sec. 21.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as
15    may  be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes
16    hereinafter named, are appropriated from the General  Revenue
17    Fund  to  meet  the  ordinary  and contingent expenses of the
18    Department of Human Services:
19                  CHICAGO-READ MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
20      For Personal Services ..........  $25,341,000   $25,600,500
21      For Employee Retirement Contributions
22       Paid by Employer ..............      983,100       993,400
23      For Retirement Contributions ...    2,462,000     2,487,400
24      For State Contributions to
25       Social Security ...............    1,938,500     1,958,400
26      For Contractual Services .....................    2,498,600
27      For Travel ...................................       39,700
28      For Commodities ..............................      740,600
29      For Printing .................................       15,100
30      For Equipment ................................       99,700
31      For Telecommunications Services ..............      192,200
32      For Operation of Auto Equipment...............       44,300
33      For Costs Associated with Behavioral
 
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 1       Health Services - Chicago-Read
 2       Network .....................................      387,900
 3        Total                                         $35,057,800

 4        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 19, Sec. 22)
 5        Sec. 22.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as
 6    may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and  purposes
 7    hereinafter  named, are appropriated to meet the ordinary and
 8    contingent expenditures of the Department of Human Services:
 9     PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION - DISABILITIES AND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
10    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
11      For Personal Services ........................ $  11,077,300
12      For Employee Retirement Contributions Paid
13       by Employer .................................      435,500
14      For Retirement Contributions .................    1,080,600
15      For State Contributions to Social Security ...      847,500
16      For Contractual Services .....................    2,086,700
17      For Travel ...................................      420,300
18      For Commodities ................   15,021,600    14,521,600
19      For Printing .................................       40,600
20      For Equipment ................................      579,500
21      For Telecommunications Services ..............      274,200
22      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............        3,500
23      For Contractual Services:
24       For Private Hospitals for
25       Recipients of State Facilities ..............    1,273,900
26        Total                                         $32,641,200
27    Payable from the Prevention/Treatment -
28     Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Block
29     Grant Fund:
30      For Personal Services ........................ $  1,303,600
31      For Employee Retirement Contributions Paid
32       by Employer .................................       52,100
33      For Retirement Contributions .................      127,800
 
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 1      For State Contributions to Social Security ...       99,700
 2      For Group Insurance ..........................      168,200
 3      For Contractual Services .....................    1,375,300
 4      For Travel ...................................      133,600
 5      For Commodities ..............................       53,800
 6      For Printing .................................       80,200
 7      For Equipment ................................        5,300
 8      For Electronic Data Processing ...............      400,000
 9      For Telecommunications Services ..............      117,800
10      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............        2,100
11      For Expenses Associated with the
12       Administration of the Alcohol and
13       Substance Abuse Prevention and
14       Treatment Programs ..........................      128,100
15      For Deposit into the Group Home
16       Loan Revolving Fund .........................      100,000
17        Total                                          $4,147,600
18    Payable from the Vocational Rehabilitation Fund:
19      For Personal Services ........................ $    600,900
20      For Employee Retirement Contributions Paid
21       by Employer .................................       24,000
22      For Retirement Contributions .................       58,900
23      For State Contributions to Social Security ...       45,900
24      For Group Insurance ..........................       72,500
25      For Contractual Services .....................       60,200
26      For Travel ...................................       15,100
27      For Commodities ..............................          300
28      For Equipment ................................       40,000
29      For Telecommunications Services ..............       16,900
30        Total                                            $934,700
31    Payable from the Drunk and Drugged
32     Driving Prevention Fund:
33      For Personal Services ........................ $    219,000
34      For Employee Retirement Contributions Paid
 
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 1       by Employer .................................        8,800
 2      For Retirement Contributions .................       21,500
 3      For State Contributions to Social Security ...       16,700
 4      For Group Insurance ..........................       23,200
 5        Total                                            $289,200
 6    Payable from the Alcohol and Substance Abuse Fund:
 7      For Personal Services ........................ $    379,800
 8      For Employee Retirement Contributions Paid
 9       by Employer .................................       15,200
10      For Retirement Contributions .................       37,200
11      For State Contributions to Social Security ...       29,000
12      For Group Insurance ..........................       46,400
13      For Contractual Services .....................    1,879,400
14      For Travel ...................................       24,400
15      For Commodities ..............................        6,400
16      For Printing .................................       19,000
17      For Equipment ................................       10,500
18      For Electronic Data Processing ...............      451,300
19      For Telecommunications Services ..............        5,100
20      For Expenses Associated with the
21       Administration of the Alcohol and
22       Substance Abuse Prevention and
23       Treatment Programs ..........................      222,200
24        Total                                          $3,125,900
25    Payable from the Community Mental Health Services
26     Block Grant Fund:
27      For Personal Services ........................ $    422,400
28      For Employee Retirement Contributions Paid
29       by Employer .................................       16,900
30      For Retirement Contributions .................       41,400
31      For State Contributions to Social Security ...       32,100
32      For Group Insurance ..........................       58,000
33      For Contractual Services .......      128,100        18,100
34      For Travel ...................................        2,000
 
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 1        Total                                            $590,900
 2    Payable from the DHS Federal Projects Fund:
 3      For Federally Assisted Programs .............. $  7,299,200
 4    Payable from the Mental Health Fund:
 5      For Costs Related to Provision of Support
 6       Services Provided to Departmental
 7       and Non-Departmental
 8       Organizations ...................  $3,720,400   $2,220,400
 9    Payable from the Youth Alcoholism and Substance
10     Abuse Prevention Fund:
11      For Deposit into the Fund Which Receives All
12       Payments Under Section 5-3 of Act for
13       Alcoholic Liquors ........................... $    150,000

14        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 19, Sec. 25)
15        Sec. 25.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as
16    may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and  purposes
17    hereinafter  named, are appropriated from the General Revenue
18    Fund to meet the ordinary and contingent expenditures of  the
19    Department of Human Services:
20                  ANN M. KILEY DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
21      For Personal Services ..........  $14,807,100   $15,301,900
22      For Employee Retirement Contributions
23       Paid by Employer ..............      574,100       593,900
24      For Retirement Contributions ...    1,431,100     1,478,600
25      For State Contributions to Social
26       Security ......................    1,132,700     1,170,600
27      For Contractual Services .....................    1,858,800
28      For Travel ...................................       26,800
29      For Commodities ..............................      713,000
30      For Printing .................................       21,200
31      For Equipment ................................       48,600
32      For Telecommunications Services ..............       66,500
33      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       54,700
 
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 1      For Expenses Related to Living
 2       Skills Program ..............................       14,000
 3      For Expenses Related to the
 4       Kiley Transition ............................    3,520,000
 5        Total                                         $24,868,600

 6        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 19, Sec. 26)
 7        Sec. 26.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
 8    as  may  be  necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the
 9    Department of Human Services:
10                    ILLINOIS SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
11    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
12      For Personal Services .......... $ 10,025,900   $ 9,867,300
13      For Student, Member or
14       Inmate Compensation ...........                     14,000
15      For Employee Retirement Contributions
16       Paid by Employer ..............      389,200       382,900
17      For Retirement Contributions ...      642,700       632,500
18      For State Contributions to Social
19       Security ......................      761,900       754,800
20      For Contractual Services .....................    1,365,300
21      For Travel ...................................       17,000
22      For Commodities ..............................      486,000
23      For Printing .................................        1,000
24      For Equipment ................................       61,100
25      For Telecommunications Services ..............      126,200
26      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       26,900
27      For Maintenance/Travel for Aided
28       Persons .....................................       38,600
29        Total                                         $13,773,600
30    Payable from Vocational Rehabilitation Fund:
31      For Secondary Transitional Experience
32       Program ......................................... $ 50,000
 
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 1        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 19, Sec. 28)
 2        Sec. 28.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as
 3    may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and  purposes
 4    hereinafter  named, are appropriated from the General Revenue
 5    Fund to meet the ordinary  and  contingent  expenses  of  the
 6    Department of Human Services:
 7                 JOHN J. MADDEN MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
 8      For Personal Services ..........  $18,556,100   $18,720,800
 9      For Employee Retirement Contributions
10       Paid by Employer ..............      719,900       726,500
11      For Retirement Contributions ...    1,796,200     1,812,400
12      For State Contributions to Social
13       Security ......................    1,419,500     1,432,100
14      For Contractual Services .....................    1,674,200
15      For Travel ...................................       28,400
16      For Commodities ..............................      502,400
17      For Printing .................................       19,400
18      For Equipment ................................       63,200
19      For Telecommunications Services ..............      148,100
20      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       16,600
21      For Expenses Related to Living
22       Skills Program ..............................       19,900
23      For Costs Associated with Behavioral Health
24       Services - Madden Network ...................      150,000
25        Total                                         $25,314,000

26        Section 8.  "AN ACT regarding appropriations," Public Act
27    91-22, approved June 9, 1999, is amended by changing Sections
28    1, 2, 6 and 7 of Article 13 as follows:

29        (P.A. 91-22, Art. 13, Sec. 1)
30        Sec.  1.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as
31    may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and  purposes
32    hereinafter  named, are appropriated to meet the ordinary and
 
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 1    contingent expenses of the Department of Insurance:
 2                 ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPPORT DIVISION
 3    Payable from Insurance Producer
 4     Administration Fund:
 5      For Personal Services ........................ $    747,700
 6      For Employee Retirement Contributions
 7       Paid by Employer ............................       29,900
 8      For State Contributions to the State
 9       Employees' Retirement System ................       73,300
10      For State Contributions to
11       Social Security .............................       56,600
12      For Group Insurance ..........................      127,600
13      For Contractual Services .......      848,300       838,300
14      For Travel .....................                      2,000
15      For Commodities ................                     49,500
16      For Printing ...................       69,800        59,800
17      For Equipment ..................      139,800       109,800
18      For Telecommunications Services .                    15,400
19      For Operation of Auto Equipment .                    10,600
20        Total                             2,170,500    $2,120,500
21    Payable from Insurance Financial Regulation Fund:
22      For Personal Services......................... $    654,100
23      For Employee Retirement Contributions
24       Paid by Employer ............................       26,200
25      For State Contributions to the State
26       Employees' Retirement System.................       64,100
27      For State Contributions to
28       Social Security..............................       49,300
29      For Group Insurance...........................      116,000
30      For Contractual Services......................    1,022,000
31      For Travel....................................        2,000
32      For Commodities ..............................       59,500
33      For Printing..................................       46,500
34      For Equipment ................................       48,600
 
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 1      For Telecommunications Services...............       10,900
 2      For Operation of Auto Equipment...............        7,100
 3        Total                                          $2,106,300

 4        (P.A. 91-22, Art. 13, Sec. 2)
 5        Sec. 2.  The following named sums, or so much thereof  as
 6    may  be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes
 7    hereinafter named, are appropriated to meet the ordinary  and
 8    contingent expenses of the Department of Insurance:
 9                          CONSUMER DIVISION
10    Payable from Insurance Producer
11     Administration Fund:
12      For Personal Services .......... $  4,781,000  $  4,733,000
13      For Employee Retirement Contributions
14       Paid by Employer ..............      191,200       189,300
15      For State Contributions to the State
16       Employees' Retirement System ..      468,500       463,800
17      For State Contributions to
18       Social Security ...............      362,200       358,500
19      For Group Insurance ............      738,400       719,200
20      For Travel .....................                    286,200
21      For Telecommunications Services .                    72,900
22      For Refunds ....................                     75,000
23        Total                             6,975,400    $6,897,900
24    Payable from Insurance Financial Regulation Fund:
25      For Personal Services ........................ $    363,600
26      For Employee Retirement Contributions
27       Paid by Employer ............................       14,500
28      For Retirement ...............................       35,600
29      For State Contributions to
30       Social Security .............................       27,400
31      For Group Insurance ..........................       52,200
32      For Travel ...................................       31,100
33      For Telecommunications Services ..............        9,000
 
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 1        Total                                            $533,400

 2        (P.A. 91-22, Art. 13, Sec. 6)
 3        Sec.  6.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as
 4    may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and  purposes
 5    hereinafter  named, are appropriated to meet the ordinary and
 6    contingent expenses of the Department of Insurance:
 7                 ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING DIVISION
 8    Payable from Insurance Producer
 9     Administration Fund:
10      For Personal Services ........................ $    469,700
11      For Employee Retirement Contributions
12       Paid by Employer ............................       18,800
13      For State Contributions to the State
14       Employees' Retirement System ................       46,000
15      For State Contributions to
16       Social Security .............................       35,700
17      For Group Insurance ..........................       52,200
18      For Contractual Services .......      247,200       215,200
19      For Travel ...................................        8,500
20      For Commodities ..............................        6,500
21      For Printing .................................        6,500
22      For Equipment ................................      137,500
23      For Telecommunications Services ..............       70,200
24        Total                             1,098,800    $1,066,800
25    Payable From Insurance Financial Regulation Fund:
26      For Personal Services ........................ $    670,700
27      For Employee Retirement Contributions
28       Paid by Employer ............................       26,800
29      For State Contributions to the State
30       Employees' Retirement System.................       65,700
31      For State Contributions to
32       Social Security .............................       50,600
33      For Group Insurance ..........................       87,000
 
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 1      For Contractual Services .....................      252,400
 2      For Travel ...................................        8,500
 3      For Commodities ..............................        8,500
 4      For Printing .................................        3,500
 5      For Equipment ................................      155,500
 6      For Telecommunications Services ..............       59,000
 7        Total                                          $1,388,200

 8        (P.A. 91-22, Art. 13, Sec. 7)
 9        Sec. 7.  The following named sums, or so much thereof  as
10    may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  to  the Department of
11    Insurance  for  the  administration  of  the  Senior   Health
12    Insurance Program:
13    Payable from the Insurance Producer
14      Administration Fund .......................... $    323,500
15    Payable from the Senior Health
16      Insurance Program Fund .........      600,000  <L     500,000>
17        Total                              $923,500      $823,500

18        Section   9.    "AN   ACT  regarding  appropriations  and
19    reappropriations," Public Act 91-20, approved June  7,  1999,
20    is  amended  by  changing Sections 170 and 259 and adding new
21    Section 295 to Article 20 as follows:

22        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 20, Sec. 170)
23        Sec. 170.  The sum of $25,000, or so much thereof as  may
24    be  necessary  and  as  remains  unexpended  at  the close of
25    business on June 30, 1999, from an  appropriation  heretofore
26    made  in  Article  51,  Section 202 of Public Act 90-0585, is
27    reappropriated  from  the  General  Revenue   Fund   to   the
28    Department  of  Natural Resources for a grant to the Memorial
29    Bellwood Park District for the purchase of equipment.

30        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 20, Sec. 259)
 
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 1        Sec. 259.  The sum of $5,000,000, or so much  thereof  as
 2    may   be   necessary,   is   appropriated  from  the  Capital
 3    Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for a
 4    grant to the Forest Preserve District of  DuPage  County  for
 5    all  costs  associated with Oak Meadows and Maple Meadows and
 6    Green Meadows.

 7        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 20, Sec. 295 new)
 8        Sec. 295.  The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as may
 9    be necessary, is appropriated from the General  Revenue  Fund
10    to  the  Department  of Natural Resources for support of Bass
11    Masters in Chicago, for purposes including but not limited to
12    showcasing  Chicago  and  Illinois'   fishing   and   aquatic
13    resources,  tourism  promotion, kids' fishing classic, sports
14    show and Super Bowl classic events.

15        Section  10.   "AN  ACT  regarding   appropriations   and
16    reappropriations,"  Public  Act 91-20, approved June 7, 1999,
17    is amended by changing Sections 1, 2 and 8 of Article  21  as
18    follows:

19        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 21, Sec. 1)
20        Sec.  1.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as
21    may be  necessary,  respectively,  are  appropriated  to  the
22    Department of Public Aid for the purposes hereinafter named:
23                       PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION
24    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
25      For Personal Services ......................   $ 22,298,100
26      For Employee Retirement Contributions
27       Paid by Employer ..........................        891,900
28      For State Contributions to State
29       Employees' Retirement System ..............      2,185,200
30      For State Contributions to
31       Social Security ...........................      1,661,200

 
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 1      For Contractual Services ...................     17,753,500
 2      For Travel .................................        238,300
 3      For Commodities ............................        801,700
 4      For Printing ...............................      1,153,000
 5      For Equipment ..............................      1,288,700
 6      For Telecommunications Services ............      1,179,000
 7      For Operation of Auto Equipment ............         83,700
 8        Total                                         $49,534,300
 9                     OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL
10    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
11      For Personal Services ...................... $   13,785,100
12      For Employee Retirement Contributions
13       Paid by Employer ..........................        551,400
14      For State Contributions to State
15       Employees' Retirement System ..............      1,351,000
16      For State Contributions to
17       Social Security ...........................      1,027,000
18      For Contractual Services ...................      2,439,000
19      For Travel .................................        405,900
20      For Equipment ..............................         43,500
21        Total                                         $19,602,900
22    Payable from Long Term Care Provider Fund:
23      For Administrative Expenses ....................$   149,000

24                      CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT
25    Payable from Child Support Enforcement Trust Fund:
26      For Personal Services ......................     44,790,500
27      For Employee Retirement Contributions
28       Paid by Employer ..........................      1,791,600
29      For State Contributions to State
30       Employees' Retirement System ..............      4,389,400
31      For State Contributions to
32       Social Security ...........................      3,336,900
33      For Group Insurance ........................      7,109,900
 
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 1      For Contractual Services ...     95,735,300      75,785,300
 2      For Travel .................................        838,300
 3      For Commodities ............................        921,100
 4      For Printing ...............................        551,100
 5      For Equipment ..............................      1,800,800
 6      For Telecommunications Services ............      4,036,300
 7      For Administrative Costs Related to
 8       Enhanced Collection Efforts including
 9       Paternity Adjudication Demonstration ......     14,328,800
10      For Child Support Enforcement
11       Demonstration Projects ....................      1,500,000
12        Total                        $178,880,000    $161,180,000

13        The amount of $31,800,000 $16,500,000, or so much thereof
14    as  may  be  necessary,  is appropriated to the Department of
15    Public Aid from the General Revenue Fund for deposit into the
16    Child Support Enforcement Trust Fund.

17        The amount of $200,000, or so  much  thereof  as  may  be
18    necessary,  is  appropriated  to the Department of Public Aid
19    from the DPA Special Purpose Trust Fund for deposit into  the
20    Child Support Enforcement Trust Fund.

21                   ATTORNEY GENERAL REPRESENTATION
22    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
23      For Personal Services ...................... $    1,459,500
24      For Employee Retirement Contributions
25       Paid by Employer ..........................         58,400
26      For State Contributions to State
27       Employees' Retirement System ..............        143,000
28      For State Contributions to
29       Social Security ...........................        108,700
30      For Contractual Services ...................        168,600
31      For Travel .................................         11,400
32      For Equipment ..............................         20,600
 
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 1        Total                                          $1,970,200
 2                               MEDICAL
 3    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
 4      For Personal Services ...................... $   22,339,700
 5      For Employee Retirement Contributions
 6       Paid by Employer ..........................        893,600
 7      For State Contributions to State
 8       Employees' Retirement System ..............      2,189,300
 9      For State Contributions to
10       Social Security ...........................      1,664,300
11      For Contractual Services ...................      4,953,600
12      For Travel .................................        606,000
13      For Equipment ..............................         77,700
14      For Telecommunications Services ............      1,766,200
15      For Purchase of Medical Management
16       Services ..................................      9,091,900
17      For Purchase of Services Relating to
18       and costs associated with the develop-
19       ment and implementation of an
20       electronic Medicaid client eligibility
21       verification system .......................      3,635,800
22      For Costs Associated with the
23       Development, Implementation and
24       Operation of a Medical Data
25       Warehouse .................................      3,000,000
26      For Refunds of Premium Payments
27       Received Pursuant to Section 25(a)(2)
28       of the Children's Health Insurance
29       Program Act ...............................        100,000
30        Total                                         $50,318,100
31    Payable from Provider Inquiry Trust Fund:
32      For expenses associated with
33       providing access and utilization
34       of IDPA eligibility files ..................$    7,500,000
 
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 1        The  amount  of $14,290,157, or so much thereof as may be
 2    necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business  on
 3    June 30, 1999, from appropriations heretofore made in Article
 4    38,  Section  1, of Public Act 90-585, approved June 4, 1998,
 5    is reappropriated  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  to  the
 6    Department  of  Public  Aid  for  costs  associated  with the
 7    development, implementation and operation of a  Medical  Data
 8    Warehouse.

 9                        PUBLIC AID RECOVERIES
10    Payable from Public Aid Recoveries Trust Fund:
11      For Personal Services ...................... $    3,375,300
12      For Employee Retirement Contributions
13       Paid by Employer ..........................        135,000
14      For State Contributions to State
15       Employees' Retirement System ..............        330,800
16      For State Contributions to
17       Social Security ...........................        251,500
18      For Group Insurance ........................        487,900
19      For Contractual Services ...................      7,645,200
20      For Travel .................................        127,400
21      For Commodities ............................         37,800
22      For Printing ...............................         23,300
23      For Equipment ..............................        458,000
24      For Telecommunications Services ............         49,500
25        Total                                         $12,921,700

26        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 21, Sec. 2)
27        Sec.   2.  In   addition   to   any   amounts  heretofore
28    appropriated, the following named amounts, or so much thereof
29    as may be necessary, respectively, are  appropriated  to  the
30    Department of Public Aid for Medical Assistance:
31      FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANCE UNDER THE ILLINOIS PUBLIC AID CODE
32           AND THE CHILDREN'S HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM ACT
 
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 1    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
 2      For Physicians..............   $354,378,700    $336,395,400
 3      For Dentists................                     59,271,400
 4      For Optometrists............      7,530,600       7,421,300
 5      For Podiatrists.............                      2,701,500
 6      For Chiropractors...........                      1,152,200
 7      For Hospital In-Patient and
 8       Disproportionate Share ....  1,241,147,500   1,221,038,800
 9      For Hospital
10       Ambulatory Care............                    329,273,500
11      For Prescribed Drugs .......    784,655,800     757,689,400
12      For Skilled, Intermediate,
13       and Other Related Long
14       Term Care Services ........  1,248,650,900   1,151,183,700
15      For Community Health
16       Centers....................     80,110,300      75,685,700
17      For Hospice Care ...........     17,950,600      17,831,000
18      For Independent
19       Laboratories...............                     12,338,400
20      For Home Health Care........                     54,248,200
21      For Appliances..............     34,543,600      31,028,100
22      For Transportation..........     59,663,400      53,624,700
23      For Other Related Medical
24       Services and for develop-
25       ment, implementation, and
26       operation of the managed
27       care and children's health
28       insurance programs including
29       operating and administrative
30       costs and related distributive
31       purposes ..................     68,541,100      67,038,500
32      For Medicare Part
33       A Premiums.................                     12,594,200
34      For Medicare Part
 
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 1       B Premiums.................     85,337,000      84,010,200
 2      For Medicare Part B
 3       Premiums for Qualified
 4       Individuals under the
 5       Federal Balanced
 6       Budget Act of 1997 ........      3,095,400       2,658,100
 7      For Health Maintenance
 8       Organizations and
 9       Managed Care Entities .....                    180,048,000
10        Total                      $4,637,232,300  $4,457,232,300

11        The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be
12    necessary,  are  appropriated to the Department of Public Aid
13    for the purposes hereinafter named:
14                       FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
15    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
16      For Grants for Medical Care for Persons
17       Suffering from Chronic Renal Disease ...... $    2,200,000
18      For Grants for Medical Care for Persons
19       Suffering from Hemophilia .................      3,600,000
20      For Grants for Medical Care for Sexual
21       Assault Victims ...........................        550,000
22        Total                                          $6,350,000

23        The Department, with the  consent  in  writing  from  the
24    Governor,  may  reapportion  not more than two percent of the
25    total appropriations in Section 2  above  among  the  various
26    purposes therein enumerated.

27        In  addition  to any amounts heretofore appropriated, the
28    amount  of  $11,750,000,  or  so  much  thereof  as  may   be
29    necessary,  is  appropriated  to the Department of Public Aid
30    from the General Revenue Fund for expenses  relating  to  the
31    Children's  Health  Insurance Program Act, including payments
32    under Section 25 (a)(1) of that Act,  and  related  operating
33    and administrative costs.
 
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 1        The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be
 2    necessary  and  remain unexpended at the close of business on
 3    June 30, 1999, from appropriations heretofore made  for  such
 4    purposes  in  Article  38,  Section  2 of Public Act 90-0585,
 5    approved June 4, 1998, respectively are  reappropriated  from
 6    the  General Revenue Fund to the Department of Public Aid for
 7    Medical Assistance, including such Federal funds as are  made
 8    available   by  the  Federal  Government  for  the  following
 9    purposes:
10          FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANCE UNDER ARTICLES V, VI, VII,
11                     AND SECTION 12-4.35 AND THE
12               CHILDREN'S HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM ACT
13      For Health Maintenance Organizations
14       and Managed Care Entities ...................$  41,000,000

15        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 21, Sec. 8)
16        Sec.  8.  In   addition   to   any   amounts   heretofore
17    appropriated, the following named amounts, or so much thereof
18    as  may  be  necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the
19    Department  of  Public  Aid  for   Medical   Assistance   and
20    Administrative Expenditures:
21      FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANCE UNDER THE ILLINOIS PUBLIC AID CODE
22           AND THE CHILDREN'S HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM ACT
23    Payable from County Provider Trust Fund:
24      For Distributive
25       Hospitals ................. $1,229,619,000    $963,619,000
26      For Administrative
27       Expenditures ..............                        500,000
28        Total                      $1,230,119,000    $964,119,000

29        Section   11.    "AN  ACT  regarding  appropriations  and
30    reappropriations," Public Act 91-20, approved June  7,  1999,
31    is amended by changing Section 6 of Article 23 as follows:
 
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 1        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 23, Sec. 6)
 2        Sec.  6.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
 3    as may be necessary, respectively, are  appropriated  to  the
 4    Department of Revenue for:
 5    Payable from the Motor Fuel Tax Fund:
 6      For Reimbursement to International
 7       Fuel Tax Agreement Member
 8       States........................................$ 53,000,000

 9                       TAX OPERATIONS REFUNDS
10    For Refunds and Repayment to persons
11    as provided by law:
12      Payable from Motor Fuel
13       Tax Fund ....................$  18,000,000   $  12,000,000
14    For Refund of certain taxes in lieu of
15    credit memoranda, where such refunds are
16    authorized by law:
17      Payable from General Revenue Fund .............$ 35,000,000
18    For Refunds provided for in Section 13a.8 of
19    the Motor Fuel Tax Act:
20      Payable from the Underground
21       Storage Tank Fund ...............................$ 100,000

22        Section  12.   "AN  ACT regarding appropriations," Public
23    Act 91-19, approved June 7, 1999, is amended  by  adding  new
24    Section 10 to Article 2 as follows:

25        (P.A. 91-19, Art. 2, Sec. 10, new)
26        Sec.  10.  In  addition to any other amount appropriated,
27    the  sum  of  $5,321,500,  or  so  much  thereof  as  may  be
28    necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue  Fund  to
29    the  Department  of  State  Police  for  the  purchase of new
30    vehicles and accessories.
 
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 1        Section  13.   "AN  ACT  regarding   appropriations   and
 2    reappropriations,"  Public  Act 91-20, approved June 7, 1999,
 3    as amended, is amended by changing  Sections  95  and  97  of
 4    Article  24a,  as  amended  by P.A. 91-687, approved March 8,
 5    2000, as follows:

 6        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 24a, Sec. 95, as amended)
 7        Sec. 95.  In addition to any  other  funds  that  may  be
 8    available,  the  sum of $1,832,000, or so much thereof as may
 9    be  necessary,  is  appropriated   to   the   Department   of
10    Transportation  from  the  Capital  Development  Fund for the
11    contract or intergovernmental agreement costs associated with
12    the projects described below and having the  estimated  costs
13    as follows:

14      For a pedestrian overpass and other
15       transportation related activities
16       on Weiland Road in the Village of
17       Buffalo Grove ...............................      632,000
18      For improvements to St. Clair Avenue and
19       drainage improvements in Granite City .......      450,000
20      For improvements to streets, sewers and
21       sidewalks in Washington Park ................      450,000
22      For traffic signal intersection improvements at
23       Manhattan Road, Route 52 and Foxford
24       Drive in Village of Manhattan ...............      150,000
25      For improvements to Matherville Road in
26       Mercer County ...............................      150,000

27        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 24a, Sec. 97, as amended)
28        Sec.  97.  The  sum  of $1,400,000, or so much thereof as
29    may  be  necessary,  is   appropriated   from   the   Capital
30    Development  Fund  to  the Department of Transportation for a
31    grant to McLean County the Village of Towanda for  all  costs
 
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 1    associated   with   the   resurfacing,   reconstruction,  and
 2    replacement  of  the  Towanda-Barnes  Road  and  its  related
 3    infrastructure.

 4        Section  14.   "AN  ACT  regarding   appropriations   and
 5    reappropriations,"  Public  Act 91-20, approved June 7, 1999,
 6    is amended by changing Section 1C of Article 25 as follows:

 7        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 25, Sec. 1C)
 8        Sec. 1C.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as
 9    may be necessary,  are  appropriated  to  the  Department  of
10    Veterans'  Affairs  for  the  objects and purposes and in the
11    amounts set forth as follows:
12                            GRANTS-IN-AID
13      For Bonus Payments to War Veterans and Peacetime
14       Crisis Survivors ............................ $    124,000
15      For Providing Educational Opportunities for
16       Children of Certain Veterans, as provided
17       by law.......................................      153,500
18      For Specially Adapted Housing for
19       Veterans.....................................      129,000
20      For Cartage and Erection of Veterans'
21       Headstones.....................      737,900       342,900
22      For Cartage and Erection of Veterans'
23       Headstones/Prior
24       Years Claims ..................      300,000  <L      15,000>
25        Total                            $1,444,400      $764,400

26        Section 15.  "AN ACT making appropriations,"  Public  Act
27    91-31,  approved June 9, 1999, is amended by changing Section
28    5 as follows:

29        (P.A. 91-31, Sec. 5)
30        Sec. 5.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
 
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 1    as  may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated from the
 2    Appraisal Administration Fund to the Office of Banks and Real
 3    Estate to meet the ordinary and contingent  expenses  of  the
 4    Office   of   Banks   and   Real  Estate  and  the  Appraisal
 5    Administration and Disciplinary Board in the Office of  Banks
 6    and Real Estate:
 7      For Personal Services ..........   $  318,600    $  270,100
 8      For Personal Services:
 9       Per Diem ......................                     30,000
10      For Employee Retirement Contributions
11       Paid by Employer ..............       12,700        10,800
12      For State Contributions to State
13       Employees' Retirement System ..       30,900        26,200
14      For State Contributions to
15       Social Security ...............       23,100        19,400
16      For Group Insurance ..........................       40,600
17      For Contractual Services .....................      188,300
18      For Travel ...................................       25,100
19      For Commodities ..............................       84,900
20      For Printing .................................        8,000
21      For Equipment ................................        3,100
22      For Electronic Data Processing ...............       76,400
23      For Telecommunications Services ..............       12,200
24      For forwarding real estate appraisal fees
25       to the federal government ...................      230,000
26      For Refunds ..................................        3,000
27        Total                            $1,086,900    $1,028,100

28        Section  16.   "AN  ACT regarding appropriations," Public
29    Act 91-23, approved June 9,  1999,  is  amended  by  changing
30    Section 1 of Article 11 as follows:

31        (P.A. 91-31, Art. 11, Sec. 1)
32        Sec.  1.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
 
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 1    as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated  for  the
 2    objects  and purposes hereinafter named, to meet the ordinary
 3    and contingent expenses of  the  Illinois  Health  Care  Cost
 4    Containment Council:
 5    Payable from the General Revenue Fund:
 6      For Personal Services ..........   $  652,200    $  616,500
 7      For Employee Retirement Contributions
 8       Paid by Employer ..............       25,800        24,400
 9      For State Contributions to the State
10       Employees' Retirement System ..       63,500        60,000
11      For State Contributions to Social
12       Security ......................       48,900        46,100
13      For Contractual Services .....................       66,000
14      For Travel ...................................       15,000
15      For Commodities ..............................        9,000
16      For Printing .................................       18,000
17      For Equipment ................................        9,400
18      For Electronic Data Processing ...............        9,000
19      For Telecommunications Services ..............       45,000
20      For Hospital Reimbursements ..................        2,300
21        Total                              $964,100      $920,700

22        Section   17.    "AN  ACT  regarding  appropriations  and
23    reappropriations," Public Act 91-20, approved June  7,  1999,
24    is amended by changing Section 34 of Article 27 as follows:

25        (P.A. 91-31, Art. 27, Sec. 34)
26        Sec.  34.  The sum of $300,000, or so much thereof as may
27    be necessary, is appropriated from  the  Capital  Development
28    Fund  to  the  Capital  Development  Board  for  a  grant  to
29    Cumberland  County  the  Village  of  Toledo  for  courthouse
30    improvements.

31        Section  18.   "AN  ACT regarding appropriations," Public
 
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 1    Act 91-23, approved June 9,  1999,  is  amended  by  changing
 2    Section 1 of Article 8 as follows:

 3        (P.A. 91-31, Art. 8, Sec. 1)
 4        Sec.  1.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
 5    as may  be  necessary,  respectively,  for  the  objects  and
 6    purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated from the General
 7    Revenue Fund to the Industrial Commission:
 8                           GENERAL OFFICE
 9      For Personal Services:
10       Regular Positions ............. $  3,568,700  $  3,483,700
11       Arbitrators ...................                  2,524,800
12       Court Reporters ...............                    889,600
13      For Employee Retirement Contributions
14       Paid by Employer ..............      297,600       294,200
15      For State Contributions to State
16       Employees' Retirement System ..      349,500       341,400
17      For Arbitrators' Retirement System .                247,400
18      For Court Reporters' Retirement System .             87,200
19      For State Contributions to
20       Social Security ...............      528,800       523,200
21      For Contractual Services .....................      440,800
22      For Travel ...................................      132,500
23      For Commodities ..............................       37,000
24      For Printing .................................       38,000
25      For Equipment ................................       30,200
26      For Telecommunications Services ..............       82,900
27        Total                                          $9,152,900
28                     ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING
29      For Personal Services ........................ $    456,100
30      For State Contributions to State
31       Employees' Retirement System ................       44,700
32      For State Contributions to
33       Social Security .............................       34,900
 
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 1      For Contractual Services .....................      234,200
 2      For Travel ...................................        2,500
 3      For Commodities ..............................        1,000
 4      For Equipment ................................          100
 5      For Printing .................................        3,000
 6      For Telecommunications Services ..............       40,000
 7        Total                                            $816,500

 8        Section   19.    "AN  ACT  regarding  appropriations  and
 9    reappropriations," Public Act 91-20, approved June  7,  1999,
10    is  amended  by  changing Section 130, and adding new Section
11    420 to Article 10 as follows:

12        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 10, Sec. 130)
13        Sec. 130. The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as  may
14    be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund
15    Fund for Illinois' Future to the Secretary Of State  for  the
16    Penny  Severns  Summer Family Literacy Grants for obligations
17    incurred after January 1, 1999.

18        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 10, Sec. 420, new)
19        Sec. 420.  The amount of $6,000,000, or so much  of  this
20    amount  as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital
21    Development Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State  for
22    the  following  work  pursuant  to  the rehabilitation of the
23    State Capitol Building:
24        Roof Replacement;
25        House and Senate Chambers Ceilings Repair;
26        Window replacements or repairs to existing windows.
27        This also includes other related costs incident to  above
28    work.

29        Section   20.    "AN  ACT  regarding  appropriations  and
30    reappropriations," Public Act 91-20, approved June  7,  1999,

 
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 1    is  amended  by  changing Sections 15 and 25 of Article 12 as
 2    follows:

 3        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 12, Sec. 15)
 4        Sec. 15. The amount of $7,750,000 $6,000,000, or so  much
 5    of  that  amount  as may be necessary, is appropriated to the
 6    State  Treasurer  for  the  purpose  of  making  refunds   of
 7    overpayments  of  estate  tax  and  accrued interest on those
 8    overpayments, if any, and payment of certain statutory  costs
 9    of assessment.

10        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 12, Sec. 25)
11        Sec.  25.  The  amount  of $18,300,000 $18,000,000, or so
12    much of that amount as may be necessary, is  appropriated  to
13    the   State   Treasurer  from  the  Transfer  Tax  Collection
14    Distributive Fund for  the  purpose  of  making  payments  to
15    counties  pursuant  to Section 13b of the Illinois Estate and
16    Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax Act.

17        Section  21.   "AN  ACT  regarding   appropriations   and
18    reappropriations,"  Public  Act 91-20, approved June 7, 1999,
19    is amended by changing Section 55 of Article 3 as follows:

20        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 3, Sec. 55)
21        Sec. 55.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
22    as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated  for  the
23    objects  and  purposes hereinafter named to meet the ordinary
24    and contingent expenses of the Illinois Legislative  Research
25    Unit:
26    For Personal Services........................... $    850,300
27    For Employee Retirement Contributions
28      Paid by Employer..............................       39,850
29    For State Contribution to State Employees'
30      Retirement System.............................       83,150
 
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 1    For State Contribution to Social
 2      Security......................................       67,800
 3    For Contractual Services..........       43,900        68,900
 4    For Travel......................................        5,150
 5    For Commodities.................................       11,300
 6    For Printing....................................       13,950
 7    For Equipment.....................       92,550        67,550
 8    For Telecommunications Services.................       24,750
 9    For New Member Conference.......................       30,000
10        Total                                          $1,262,700

11        Section   22.    "AN  ACT  regarding  appropriations  and
12    reappropriations," Public Act 91-20, approved June  7,  1999,
13    is  amended  by  changing  Section  2-122  of  Article  40 as
14    follows:

15        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 40, Sec. 2-122)
16        Sec. 2-122.  The sum of $100,000, or so much  thereof  as
17    may  be  necessary,  is  appropriated from the Build Illinois
18    Bond Fund to the Department of Transportation for a grant  to
19    the  City of Bloomington for widening and resurfacing Airport
20    Road improvements.

21        Section  23.   "AN  ACT  regarding   appropriations   and
22    reappropriations," Public Act 91-8, approved June 2, 1999, is
23    amended  by  changing  Sections  160 and 790 of Article 14 as
24    follows:

25        (P.A. 91-8, Art. 14, Sec. 160)
26        Sec. 160.  The sum of $52,000,000 $50,000,000, or so much
27    thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the  School
28    Infrastructure  Fund  to  the  State  Board  of Education for
29    grants to elementary and secondary  schools  for  maintenance
30    projects  pursuant  to  105  ILCS  230/5-100  of  the  School
 
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 1    Construction Law.

 2        (P.A. 91-8, Art. 14, Sec. 790)
 3        Sec.  790.  The  amount  of $5,000, or so much thereof as
 4    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
 5    Future to the Illinois State Board of Education for  a  grant
 6    to the City of Chicago School District 299 for the purpose of
 7    program development of the Chicago Academic Games by the Hyde
 8    Park Kenwood Community Conference.

 9        Section   24.    "AN  ACT  regarding  appropriations  and
10    reappropriations," Public Act 91-20, approved June  7,  1999,
11    is amended by changing Section 5 of Article 38 as follows:

12        (P.A. 91-20, Art. 38, Sec. 5)
13        Sec.  5.  The  following  amounts,  or  so  much of those
14    amounts as may be necessary, respectively,  are  appropriated
15    to  the  State  Board  of  Elections  for  its  ordinary  and
16    contingent expenses as follows:
17                              The Board
18    For Contractual Services........................      $19,200
19    For Travel......................................       13,600
20    For Equipment...................................        1,725
21        Total                                             $34,525
22                           Administration
23    For Personal Services...........................      499,804
24    For Employee Retirement Contributions
25        Paid By Employer............................       19,992
26    For State Contributions to State Employees'
27        Retirement System...........................       48,981
28    For State Contributions to
29        Social Security.............................       38,235
30    For Contractual Services........................      346,600
31    For Travel......................................       12,000
 
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 1    For Commodities.................................       17,000
 2    For Printing....................................       11,000
 3    For Equipment...................................        1,000
 4    For Telecommunications..........................       88,500
 5    Operation of Automotive Equipment...............        2,900
 6        Total                                          $1,086,012
 7                              Elections
 8    For Personal Services...........................    1,255,964
 9    For Employee Retirement Contributions
10        Paid By Employer............................       50,239
11    For State Contributions to State
12        Employees' Retirement System................      123,084
13    For State Contributions to
14        Social Security.............................       96,081
15    For Contractual Services........................       26,886
16    For Travel......................................       44,931
17    For Printing....................................       27,700
18    For Equipment...................................        2,500
19    For Purchase of Election Codes..................       15,000
20    For Uniform Data File Format for
21        Registration Records........................      550,000
22    For Technical Design Development
23        for the Statewide Voter
24        Registration System...........      140,000       230,000
25    For completion of Phase II of the
26        Census 2000 Redistricting
27        Program pursuant to Public
28          Law 94-171..................      140,000  <L      50,000>
29        Total                                          $2,472,385
30                           General Counsel
31    For Personal Services...........................      221,348
32    For Employee Retirement Contributions
33        Paid By Employer............................        8,854
34    For State Contributions to State
 
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 1        Employees' Retirement System................       21,692
 2    For State Contributions to
 3        Social Security.............................       16,933
 4    For Contractual Services........................       45,900
 5    For Travel......................................        4,000
 6    For Equipment...................................        1,000
 7        Total                                            $319,727
 8                         Campaign Financing
 9    For Personal Services...........................      643,712
10    For Employee Retirement Contributions
11        Paid By Employer............................       25,749
12    For State Contributions to State
13        Employees' Retirement System................       63,084
14    For State Contributions to
15        Social Security.............................       49,244
16    For Contractual Services........................        9,860
17    For Travel......................................       12,250
18    For Printing....................................       14,400
19    For Equipment...................................        8,800
20        Total                                            $827,099
21                                 EDP
22    For Personal Services...........................      256,287
23    For Employee Retirement Contributions
24        Paid By Employer............................       10,252
25    For State Contributions to State
26        Employees' Retirement System................       25,116
27    For State Contributions to
28        Social Security.............................       19,606
29    For Contractual Services........................      532,700
30    For Travel......................................       10,900
31    For Commodities.................................       14,610
32    For Printing....................................        2,300
33    For Equipment...................................      161,000
34        Total                                          $1,122,771
 
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 1        The  sum  of  $50,000,  or  so  much  thereof  as  may be
 2    necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business  on
 3    June  30,  1999,  from  an  appropriation  heretofore made in
 4    Section 5 of Article 12 of Public Act 90-0585, as amended, is
 5    reappropriated from the General Revenue  Fund  to  the  State
 6    Board  of  Elections for completion of Phase II of the Census
 7    2000 Redistricting Program pursuant to Public Law 94-171.
 8                  (Total, this Section $5,912,519)

 9                              ARTICLE 2

10        Section  1.  In  addition  to  any   amounts   previously
11    appropriated  for such purposes, the amount of $7,000,000, or
12    so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the
13    General Revenue Fund to the Court of  Claims  to  pay  claims
14    under the Crime Victims Compensation Act.

15        Section  2.  The following named amounts are appropriated
16    from the General Revenue Fund to the Court of Claims  to  pay
17    claims  in conformity with awards and recommendations made by
18    the Court of Claims as follows:
19        No. 84-CC-0090, Foster  G.  McGaw  Hospital.
20    Medical Vendor, against the Department of Public
21    Aid.............................................   $26,208.69
22        No.   89-CC-0830,  Billy  E.  Johnson.  Back
23    Salary, against the Department of Corrections...   $56,835.50
24        No. 89-CC-3435, Judith  A.  Moroz.  Personal
25    Injury, against the Department of State Police..   $33,491.67
26        No.     90-CC-0124,    Metropolitan    Water
27    Reclamation District of Greater  Chicago.  Debt,
28    against  the  Department  of  Central Management
29    Services........................................   $22,244.00
30        No.  91-CC-3439,  Walter  Jones.    Personal
31    Injury, against the Department of Corrections...   $75,000.00
 
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 1        No.  92-CC-2996,  SIU  at  Carbondale. Debt,
 2    against   the   Illinois   Student    Assistance
 3    Commission......................................   $24,456.07
 4        No.  93-CC-2300,  Darryl Whitehead. Personal
 5    Injury, against the Department of Corrections...   $10,000.00
 6        No. 93-CC-3412, Patricia Kipping.   Personal
 7    Injury,  against  the  Department  of Employment
 8    Security........................................   $12,000.00
 9        No.  94-CC-0468,  Craig  Niemiec.   Personal
10    Injury, against Illinois State University.......   $75,000.00
11        No.  94-CC-0811, Harold Stojentin.  Personal
12    Injury, against the Department of Transportation.   $8,935.00
13        No.  95-CC-0554,  Evelyn  Starr  and  Albert
14    Starr.  Personal Injury, against the  Department
15    of Transportation...............................  $150,000.00
16        No.  95-CC-1398,  Swedish American Hospital.
17    Medical Vendor, against the Department of Public
18    Aid.............................................   $17,021.89
19        No.  95-CC-1615,  William   King.   Personal
20    Injury, against the Department of Corrections...   $12,000.00
21        No.   96-CC-1393,   DuPage   County   Health
22    Department.  Debt,  against  the  Department  of
23    Human Services..................................   $13,835.11
24        No.   96-CC-3336,  Joseph  L.  Gannon.  Lost
25    Warrant, against the Office of the Comptroller..   $65,460.66
26        No. 96-CC-4318, Elroy Seay. Personal Injury,
27    against the Department of Corrections...........   $11,500.00
28        No.    96-CC-4350,    Nathaniel    Williams.
29    Personal  Injury,  against  the  Department   of
30    Children and Family Services....................    $6,000.00
31        No.  97-CC-0172,  Board  of Education of the
32    City of St. Louis. Debt, against the  Department
33    of Children and Family Services.................   $78,897.77
34        No.     97-CC-0686,    Catholic    Charities
 
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 1    Archdiocese of Chicago. Debt, against the DCFS..   $81,787.72
 2        No. 97-CC-0794, University  of  Illinois  at
 3    Chicago,  Board  of  Trustees. Debt, against the
 4    Illinois Student Assistance Commission..........   $26,349.17
 5        No. 97-CC-1030, U of  I  at  Chicago.  Debt,
 6    against    the   Illinois   Student   Assistance
 7    Commission......................................   $10,029.79
 8        No. 97-CC-1031, U of  I  at  Chicago.  Debt,
 9    against    the   Illinois   Student   Assistance
10    Commission......................................   $14,798.65
11        No.  97-CC-3285,  Century  Healthcare  Corp.
12    Debt, against the DCFS..........................   $33,829.81
13        No. 97-CC-3805, Creative  Child  Care  Kiddy
14    Kabby.  Debt, against the Department of Children
15    and Family Services.............................   $93,066.00
16        No. 98-CC-0392, Larkin Center. Debt, against
17    the DCFS........................................   $31,433.77
18        No. 98-CC-0603, Aunt Martha's Youth  Service
19    Center. Debt, against the DCFS..................   $22,722.13
20        No.   98-CC-1511,  St.  Joseph's  Carondolet
21    Child Center. Debt, against the DCFS............   $16,698.24
22        No.  98-CC-2617  and  98-CC-2619,   Fillmore
23    Center  for  Human  Services.  Debt, against the
24    DCFS............................................   $11,432.63
25        No. 98-CC-3468, Dr. Robert John Zagar. Debt,
26    against the Department of  Children  and  Family
27    Services........................................  $123,349.10
28        No. 98-CC-3585, Allendale Association. Debt,
29    against the Department of Human Services........   $18,732.80
30        No.  98-CC-3932,  Southeast  Alcohol  & Drug
31    Abuse Center. Debt, against  the  Department  of
32    Children and Family Services....................   $14,305.90
33        No.  98-CC-4432,  Central Baptist Children's
34    Home. Debt, against the DCFS....................   $16,442.31
 
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 1        No.  98-CC-4598,   98-CC-5072,   99-CC-0200,
 2    99-CC-4600  and 99-CC- 0199, Gateway Foundation,
 3    Inc.  Debt,  against  the  Department  of  Human
 4    Services........................................   $81,869.80
 5        No. 98-CC-4601, Illinois Primary Health Care
 6    Association. Debt,  against  the  Department  of
 7    Human Services..................................   $24,040.12
 8        No. 98-CC-4602, Illinois Primary Health Care
 9    Association.  Debt,  against  the  Department of
10    Human Services..................................   $31,500.00
11        No. 98-CC-4685, OSF Healthcare System. Debt,
12    against the Department of Human Services........   $41,824.79
13        No. 99-CC-0070,  Willowglen  Academy.  Debt,
14    against the DCFS................................   $67,298.16
15        No.  99-CC-0122, Charter Manatee Palms CBHS.
16    Debt, against the DCFS..........................   $56,358.51
17        No. 99-CC-0181, Center for Family  Services.
18    Debt, against the DCFS..........................   $11,997.84
19        No.   99-CC-0276,  Clarinda  Academy.  Debt,
20    against the DCFS................................   $23,596.00
21        No.  99-CC-0279,  Clarinda  Academy.   Debt,
22    against the DCFS................................   $26,160.00
23        No.    99-CC-0315   &   99-CC-0317   through
24    99-CC-0319, Debt, against the DCFS..............   $47,596.27
25        No. 99-CC-0440, Lutheran Social Services  of
26    Illinois. Debt, against the DCFS................   $30,924.00
27        No.     99-CC-0569,     Roche     Biomedical
28    Laboratories, Inc. Debt, against the DCFS.......   $12,196.00
29        No.   99-CC-0609,  Encyclopedia  Brittanica,
30    Inc. Debt, against the IDHS & the IDPA..........   $30,173.00
31        No.  99-CC-0612,  Peoria   Association   for
32    Retarded Citizens. Debt, against the IDHS.......   $17,575.69
33        No.  99-CC-0732,  Loyola University Chicago.
34    Debt, against the  Illinois  Student  Assistance
 
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 1    Commission......................................   $58,710.00
 2        No.  99-CC-0734, Computerland. Debt, against
 3    the IDPA........................................   $17,607.30
 4        No. 99-CC-0781,  Carle  Clinic  Association.
 5    Debt, against the Department of Corrections.....   $25,961.71
 6        No.  99-CC-1013,  Lutheran  Child  &  Family
 7    Services   of   Illinois.   Debt,   against  the
 8    Department of Children and Family Services......   $32,062.58
 9        No. 99-CC-1186, Cagnoni  Development.  Debt,
10    against the Secretary of State..................   $15,187.29
11        No.   99-CC-1367,   IBM  Corporation.  Debt,
12    against  the  Illinois   Department   of   Human
13    Services........................................  $185,199.50
14        No.    99-CC-1479,    Will   County   Health
15    Department.  Debt,  against  the  IDHS:   Public
16    Health..........................................   $23,961.39
17        No.  99-CC-1516,  Joe Hotze Ford, Inc. Debt,
18    against  the  Illinois   Department   of   Human
19    Services........................................   $19,688.00
20        No.      99-CC-1531,     Franklin-Williamson
21    Bi-County Health Department. Debt,  against  the
22    Illinois Department of Human Services...........   $12,248.26
23        No.  99-CC-1591,  University  of Illinois at
24    Chicago. Debt, against the Department  of  Human
25    Services........................................   $83,888.05
26        No.  99-CC-1597,  Robert  Young  Center  for
27    Community   Mental  Health.  Debt,  against  the
28    Department of Human Services....................   $79,297.65
29        No.  99-CC-1620,  Correctional   Industries.
30    Debt,  against  the Illinois Department of Human
31    Services........................................   $13,911.84
32        No.  99-CC-1622,  Correctional   Industries.
33    Debt,  against  the Illinois Department of Human
34    Services........................................   $16,363.20
 
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 1        No.     99-CC-1822,     Children's     Place
 2    Association. Debt,  against  the  Department  of
 3    Children and Family Services....................   $42,317.28
 4        No.    99-CC-1914,    Pike   County   Health
 5    Department.   Debt,   against    the    Illinois
 6    Department of Human Services....................   $13,549.05
 7        No.  99-CC-1921,  ILHOP,  Inc.  DBA  Chicago
 8    Staffing Service. Debt, against the DCFS........   $11,809.67
 9        No.  99-CC-2127,  Brown County Mental Health
10    Center. Debt, against the IDHS..................   $12,180.00
11        No.  99-CC-2208,  Vermilion  County   Health
12    Department. Debt, against the IDHS..............   $13,054.47
13        No.  99-CC-2245,  CDS  Office  Technologies.
14    Debt, against the IDHS..........................   $18,706.00
15        No.  99-CC-2478, Youth Service Bureau. Debt,
16    against the IDHS................................   $14,419.97
17        No.  99-CC-2648,  Jane  Addams,  Inc.  Debt,
18    against the IDHS................................   $27,356.85
19        No. 99-CC-2825, Meridell Achievement Center.
20    Debt, against the DCFS..........................   $39,868.50
21        No. 99-CC-2939, Joe Hotze Ford,  Inc.  Debt,
22    against   the   Illinois   Department  of  Human
23    Services........................................   $19,688.00
24        No. 99-CC-2940, Joe Hotze Ford,  Inc.  Debt,
25    against   the   Illinois   Department  of  Human
26    Services........................................   $19,688.00
27        No. 99-CC-2942, Joe Hotze Ford,  Inc.  Debt,
28    against   the  Illinois  Department  of  Natural
29    Resources.......................................   $18,377.00
30        No. 99-CC-3004, L. G. E.  Energy  Marketing.
31    Debt,  against  the Illinois Department of Human
32    Services........................................   $22,260.48
33        No.    99-CC-3086,    Concurrent    Computer
34    Corporation. Debt, against the IDPA.............   $10,410.61
 
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 1        No.  99-CC-3257,  Drake  Scruggs   Equipment
 2    Company.   Debt,   against   the  Department  of
 3    Corrections.....................................   $28,019.00
 4        No. 99-CC-3662, Legal Assistance  Foundation
 5    of   Chicago.   Debt,   against   the   Illinois
 6    Department of Human Services....................   $53,895.72
 7        No.  99-CC-3702,  Gateway  Foundation,  Inc.
 8    Debt,   against   the   Illinois  Department  of
 9    Corrections.....................................   $23,754.85
10        No.  99-CC-3794,  GE  Capital   ITS.   Debt,
11    against the Department of Public Aid............   $42,762.00
12        No. 99-CC-3811, Clinicare Corporation. Debt,
13    against   the   Illinois   Department  of  Human
14    Services........................................   $11,997.30
15        No.  99-CC-3831,  Community  Family  Serv  &
16    Mental Health Assoc. Debt, against the  Illinois
17    Department of Human Services....................   $12,294.45
18        No.  99-CC-3881,  John  Deere Company. Debt,
19    against  the  Illinois  Department  of   Natural
20    Resources.......................................   $28,180.00
21        No.  99-CC-4050,  Midwest Center for Youth &
22    Families. Debt, against the Illinois  Department
23    of Human Services...............................   $27,262.50
24        No.    99-CC-4077,    Ewing,    Lundberg   &
25    Associates.   Debt,   against    the    Illinois
26    Department of Human Services....................   $21,391.42
27        No.   99-CC-4140,  Correctional  Industries.
28    Debt, against the Illinois Department  of  Human
29    Services........................................   $18,158.90
30        No.   99-CC-4143,  Correctional  Industries.
31    Debt, against the Illinois Department  of  Human
32    Services........................................   $21,609.90
33        No.   99-CC-4144,  Correctional  Industries.
34    Debt, against the Illinois Department  of  Human
 
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 1    Services........................................   $35,390.25
 2        No.   99-CC-4145,  Correctional  Industries.
 3    Debt, against the Illinois Department  of  Human
 4    Services........................................   $14,490.00
 5        No.  99-CC-4151,  Best  Western  Grant  Park
 6    Hotel. Debt, against the DCFS...................   $10,916.37
 7        No.  99-CC-4201,  Kale  Uniforms, Inc. Debt,
 8    against the Department of Corrections...........   $21,840.00
 9        No.   99-CC-4360,   Lake    County    Health
10    Department.    Debt,    against   the   Illinois
11    Department of Human Services....................  $151,350.29
12        No. 99-CC-4495, Bethpage. Debt, against  the
13    Illinois Department of Human Services...........   $82,063.83
14        No.  99-CC-4502,  Gateway  Foundation. Debt,
15    against the Department of Corrections...........   $40,678.86
16        No.  99-CC-4535,  Blare  House,  Inc.  Debt,
17    against the DCFS................................   $29,852.62
18        No. 99-CC-4568, Oconomowoc Developmental  TC
19    #1366.  Debt, against the Illinois Department of
20    Human Services..................................   $43,818.78
21        No. 99-CC-4587, Ashley's Quality Care,  Inc.
22    Debt,  against  the Illinois Department of Human
23    Services........................................   $19,035.44
24        No.  99-CC-4737,  Ingalls  Hospital.   Debt,
25    against the IDHS: DMHDD.........................   $13,020.05
26        No.   99-CC-4751,  Ingalls  Hospital.  Debt,
27    against the IDHS: DMHDD.........................   $23,502.80
28        No. 99-CC-4821, Ericsson Inc. Debt,  against
29    the Department of State Police..................  $122,742.17
30        No.  99-CC-4900, Donald J. Wooters. Personal
31    Injury,  against  Southern  Illinois  University
32    Carbondale......................................   $30,000.00
33        No. 99-CC-4906, Countryside Association  for
34    the Handicapped. Debt, against the IDHS: DMHDD..   $12,993.62
 
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 1        No.  00-CC-0064,  Thompson  Electric.  Debt,
 2    against the Department of Corrections...........   $34,862.00
 3        No. 00-CC-0336, Community Counseling Centers
 4    of  Chicago.  Debt,  against  the  Department of
 5    Human Services..................................   $29,806.48
 6        No. 00-CC-0342, Interventions. Debt, against
 7    the Department of Corrections...................   $42,151.76
 8        No.  00-CC-0368,  Misericordia  Home.  Debt,
 9    against the Department of Human Services........   $70,220.12
10        No.  00-CC-0644,  Village  of  Orland  Park.
11    Debt,  against   the   Department   of   Natural
12    Resources.......................................   $25,746.00
13        No.  00-CC-0673,  Janet Wattles Center, Inc.
14    Debt, against the Department of Human Services..  $152,567.18
15        No.   00-CC-0695,   Correctional   Physician
16    Services, Inc. Debt, against the  Department  of
17    Corrections.....................................  $224,204.20
18        No.   00-CC-1329,  Anthony  Porter.  Illegal
19    Incarceration,   against   the   Department   of
20    Corrections.....................................  $145,875.29
21        No. 00-CC-1730, Devereux  Foundation  #1393.
22    Debt, against the Department of Human Services..  $143,055.62
23        No.   00-CC-2289,   Bancroft  School.  Debt,
24    against the Department of Human Services........  $131,528.70

25        Section 3.  The following named amounts are  appropriated
26    to  the  Court  of  Claims from the Education Assistance Fund
27    007,  to  pay  claims   in   conformity   with   awards   and
28    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
29        No. 00-CC-1094, John Wood Community College.
30    Debt, against the Student Assistance Commission.      $500.00
31        No.  00-CC-1655,  Community College District
32    508.  Debt,  against  the   Student   Assistance
33    Commission......................................      $250.00
 
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 1        Section  4.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 2    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 011, Road Fund, to pay
 3    claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made  by
 4    the Court of Claims as follows:
 5        No.  89-CC-0332,  S.J.  Groves  &  Sons  Co.
 6    Contract,     against    the    Department    of
 7    Transportation..................................$1,730,829.62
 8        No.  88-CC-3466,   Joseph   Spinnato.   Back
 9    Salary, against the Department of Transportation.  $22,921.41

10        Section  5.  The following named amounts are appropriated
11    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 012,  Motor  Fuel  Tax
12    Fund,   to   pay   claims   in  conformity  with  awards  and
13    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
14        No. 00-CC-1674, Esquire Deposition Services.
15    Debt, against Department of Revenue.............      $115.00
16        No. 00-CC-1675, Esquire Deposition Services.
17    Debt, against Department of Revenue.............       $85.00

18        Section 6.  The following named amounts are  appropriated
19    to  the  Court  of Claims from State Fund 013, Alcoholism and
20    Substance Abuse Block Grant Fund, to pay claims in conformity
21    with awards and recommendations made by the Court  of  Claims
22    as follows:
23        No.  99-CC-4095,  Alexian  Bros  Bonaventure
24    House. Debt, against the DHS: DASA..............   $50,975.00
25        No.  99-CC-4254,  Xerox  Corp. Debt, against
26    Department of Human Services....................    $1,184.11
27        No. 99-CC-4255, Xerox  Corp.  Debt,  against
28    Department of Human Services....................      $825.67
29        No.  99-CC-4256,  Xerox  Corp. Debt, against
30    Department of Human Services....................    $1,605.23
31        No. 99-CC-4257, Xerox  Corp.  Debt,  against
32    Department of Human Services....................    $2,221.58
 
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 1        No.  99-CC-4258,  Xerox  Corp. Debt, against
 2    Department of Human Services....................      $355.00
 3        No. 99-CC-4259, Xerox  Corp.  Debt,  against
 4    Department of Human Services....................    $1,272.20
 5        No.  99-CC-4375,  Richard  A.  Nance.  Debt,
 6    against Department of Human Services............      $257.00

 7        Section  7.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 8    to the Court of Claims from State Fund  014,  Food  and  Drug
 9    Safety  Fund,  to  pay  claims  in conformity with awards and
10    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
11        No. 99-CC-4409, GE  Capital.  Debt,  against
12    Department of Public Health.....................    $3,413.00
13        No. 00-CC-1458, CTG, Inc. of Illinois. Debt,
14    against Department of Public Health.............   $81,012.50

15        Section  8.  The following named amounts are appropriated
16    to the  Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund  021,  Financial
17    Institution Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards and
18    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
19        No.    00-CC-0797,   Illinois   Correctional
20    Industries.   Debt,   against   Department    of
21    Financial Institutions..........................      $770.00
22        No.    00-CC-0798,   Illinois   Correctional
23    Industries.   Debt,   against   Department    of
24    Financial Institutions..........................      $770.00

25        Section  9.  The following named amounts are appropriated
26    to the Court of Claims  from  State  Fund  037,  Northeastern
27    Illinois  University Income Fund, to pay claims in conformity
28    with awards and recommendations made by the Court  of  Claims
29    as follows:
30        No.   96-CC-3431,  Micronet  Systems  #9029.
31    Debt, against Northeastern Illinois University..    $5,785.00
 
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 1        Section 10.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 2    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 041, Wildlife and Fish
 3    Fund,  to  pay  claims  in   conformity   with   awards   and
 4    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 5        No.  99-CC-4800,  Nextlink Interactive, Inc.
 6    Debt,  against   the   Department   of   Natural
 7    Resources.......................................   $10,093.50
 8        No.  00-CC-0969,  America Ambulance Service,
 9    Inc. Debt, against  the  Department  of  Natural
10    Resources.......................................      $450.00

11        Section 11.  The following named amounts are appropriated
12    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from State Fund 045, Agricultural
13    Premium Fund, to pay claims in  conformity  with  awards  and
14    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
15        No.   90-CC-3332,   Emery  Worldwide.  Debt,
16    against the Illinois Racing Board...............      $720.52
17        No. 96-CC-1845, Unique Office Service. Debt,
18    against the Department of Agriculture...........      $696.50
19        No. 96-CC-1846, Unique Office Service. Debt,
20    against the Department of Agriculture...........      $278.00
21        No. 98-CC-3576, Identix, Inc. Debt,  against
22    the Department of Agriculture...................    $1,300.00
23        No.  99-CC-2963,  Steve's  Mobil, Inc. Debt,
24    against the Department of Agriculture...........       $88.45
25        No. 99-CC-4397, GE  Capital.  Debt,  against
26    the Department of Agriculture...................      $380.00
27        No.  99-CC-4398,  GE  Capital. Debt, against
28    the Department of Agriculture...................       $40.00
29        No.  00-CC-0634,  Associates  Capital  Bank.
30    Debt, against Illinois Racing Board.............       $46.85
31        No.   00-CC-0790,   Illinois    Correctional
32    Industries.  Debt,  against  the  Department  of
33    Agriculture.....................................      $976.00
 
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 1        No.    00-CC-0794,   Illinois   Correctional
 2    Industries.  Debt,  against  the  Department  of
 3    Agriculture.....................................      $300.00

 4        Section 12. The following named amounts are  appropriated
 5    to  the  Court  of  Claims from State Fund 050, Mental Health
 6    Fund,  to  pay  claims  in   conformity   with   awards   and
 7    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 8        No.  00-CC-0368,  Misericordia  Home.  Debt,
 9    against the Department of Human Services........   $13,994.26
10        No.  00-CC-0536,  Sertoma Center, Inc. Debt,
11    against the Department of Human Services,.......    $3,586.70
12        No. 00-CC-0544, St.  Coletta  of  Wisconsin.
13    Debt, against the Department of Human Services..   $20,571.06

14        Section 13.  The following named amounts are appropriated
15    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  Federal Fund 052, Title III
16    Social Security and Employment Service Fund, to pay claims in
17    conformity with awards and recommendations made by the  Court
18    of Claims as follows:
19        No.   97-CC-2057,   657   W.   Lake   Street
20    Associates.  Debt,  against  the  Department  of
21    Employment Security,............................    $1,448.22
22        No.  00-CC-0127,  Xerox  Corp. Debt, against
23    the Department of Employment Security,..........      $483.77
24        No.  00-CC-0639,  Maxine  B.  Norris.  Debt,
25    against the Department of Employment Security...      $582.02
26        No. 00-CC-0709, IL Department of  Employment
27    Security.   Debt,   against  the  Department  of
28    Employment Security,............................       $49.60
29        No.  00-CC-0901,  Susan  M.  Geltner.  Debt,
30    against the Department of Employment Security,..      $169.50
31        No. 00-CC-0903, Mark Miceli.  Debt,  against
32    the Department of Employment Security,..........       $39.37
 
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 1        No.   00-CC-0904,  Collier  Rutledge.  Debt,
 2    against the Department of Employment Security,..      $297.85
 3        No.  00-CC-0905,  Kathleen   Caruso.   Debt,
 4    against the Department of Employment Security,..      $399.90
 5        No.  00-CC-0906,  Christine  Garrett.  Debt,
 6    against the Department of Employment Security,..      $274.50
 7        No.  00-CC-0920,  Michael  Hutchcraft. Debt,
 8    against the Department of Employment Security,..      $135.99
 9        No. 00-CC-0926, Mary Thompson. Debt, against
10    the Department of Employment Security,..........      $257.10
11        No.  00-CC-0941,  Susan  M.  Geltner.  Debt,
12    against the Department of Employment Security,..      $133.98
13        No. 00-CC-1117,  Alfred  Mossner  Co.  Debt,
14    against the Department of Employment Security,..       $30.00
15        No.  00-CC-1266,  Veodis  I.  Johnson, Debt,
16    against the Department of Employment Security,..       $81.47
17        No.  00-CC-1369,  Weber  Management.   Debt,
18    against the Department of Employment Security,..   $12,959.25
19        No.  00-CC-1887,  Coyne  American Institute.
20    Debt,  against  the  Department  of   Employment
21    Security,.......................................      $981.70

22        Section 14.  The following named amounts are appropriated
23    to  the  Court  of Claims from State Fund 054, State Pensions
24    Fund,  to  pay  claims  in   conformity   with   awards   and
25    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
26        No.  00-CC-0783, IL Correctional Industries.
27    Debt,  against  the  Department   of   Financial
28    Institutions,...................................    $2,169.00
29        No.  00-CC-0784, IL Correctional Industries.
30    Debt,  against  the  Department   of   Financial
31    Institutions,...................................      $580.00
32        No.  00-CC-0785, IL Correctional Industries.
33    Debt,  against  the  Department   of   Financial
 
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 1    Institutions,...................................      $770.00
 2        No.  00-CC-0795, IL Correctional Industries.
 3    Debt,  against  the  Department   of   Financial
 4    Institutions,...................................    $1,270.50
 5        No.  00-CC-0796, IL Correctional Industries.
 6    Debt,  against  the  Department   of   Financial
 7    Institutions,...................................    $2,293.50
 8        No.  00-CC-0953, IL Correctional Industries.
 9    Debt,  against  the  Department   of   Financial
10    Institutions,...................................      $225.00
11        No.  00-CC-0954, IL Correctional Industries.
12    Debt,  against  the  Department   of   Financial
13    Institutions,...................................    $1,182.50

14        Section 15.  The following named amounts are appropriated
15    to  the  Court  of Claims from State Fund 057, Illinois State
16    Pharmacy Disciplinary Fund, to pay claims in conformity  with
17    awards  and  recommendations  made  by the Court of Claims as
18    follows:
19        No.  99-CC-1212,  Associates  Capital  Bank.
20    Debt, against  the  Department  of  Professional
21    Regulation......................................       $11.26

22        Section 16.  The following named amounts are appropriated
23    to  the  Court  of Claims from State Fund 059, Public Utility
24    Fund,  to  pay  claims  in   conformity   with   awards   and
25    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
26        No.  99-CC-2755,  Glass  Specialty Co., Inc.
27    Debt, against the Commerce Commission...........       $85.89
28        No. 00-CC-0314, JDC  Investment  LLC.  Debt,
29    against the Commerce Commission.................      $903.00

30        Section 17.  The following named amounts are appropriated
31    to  the  Court of Claims from Federal Fund 063, Public Health
 
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 1    Services Fund, to pay claims in conformity  with  awards  and
 2    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 3        No. 96-CC-4381, University of Chicago. Debt,
 4    against the Department of Public Health.........   $14,257.63
 5        No.  99-CC-1533,  Coles County Public Health
 6    Department.  Debt,  against  the  Department  of
 7    Public Health...................................    $3,492.52
 8        No. 99-CC-4260,  Clay  County  Health  Dept.
 9    Debt, against the Department of Public Health...    $3,000.00
10        No.    99-CC-4621,    Children's    Memorial
11    Hospital. Debt, against the Department of Public
12    Health..........................................   $23,829.69
13        No. 99-CC-4712, Public Health & Safety, Inc.
14    Debt, against the Department of Public Health...   $42,545.50
15        No.  99-CC-4813, United Airlines, Inc. Debt,
16    against the Department of Public Health.........      $226.00
17        No.  00-CC-0071,  SIU  School  of  Medicine,
18    Debt, against the Department of Human Services..    $7,172.00
19        No. 00-CC-1550, Rock  Island  County  Health
20    Dept., against the Department of Public Health..    $7,157.33

21        Section 18.  The following named amounts are appropriated
22    to  the  Court of Claims from Federal Fund 065, Environmental
23    Protection Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards  and
24    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
25        No.  91-CC-0102, Forms World Stock Products.
26    Debt,  against  the   Environmental   Protection
27    Agency..........................................      $426.00
28        No.   99-CC-0936,   Gerald   Willman.  Debt,
29    against the Environmental Protection Agency.....       $22.50
30        No. 00-CC-2092, The Ross Agency, Inc.  Debt,
31    against the Environmental Protection Agency.....    $1,227.20

32        Section 19.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 
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 1    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund  067, Radiation
 2    Protection Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards  and
 3    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 4        No.  99-CC-4322,  Phillips 66 Company. Debt,
 5    against the Department of Nuclear Safety........      $186.69

 6        Section 20.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 7    to the Court of Claims from State Fund  071,  Firearm  Owners
 8    Notification  Fund,  to  pay claims in conformity with awards
 9    and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
10        No. 99-CC-2963, Steve's  Mobil,  Inc.  Debt,
11    against the Department of State Police..........      $108.54

12        Section  21. The following named amounts are appropriated
13    to the Court of Claims  from  Federal  Fund  081,  Vocational
14    Rehabilitation  Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards
15    and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
16        No. 91-CC-0107, Forms World Stock  Products.
17    Debt,    against   the   Department   of   Human
18    Services/DORS...................................      $296.77
19        No.   00-CC-0327,   Illinois    Correctional
20    Industries.  Debt,  against  the  Department  of
21    Human Services..................................      $429.00

22        Section 22.  The following named amounts are appropriated
23    to  the  Court of Claims from State Fund 085, Illinois Gaming
24    Law Enforcement Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards
25    and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
26        No.  98-CC-2952,  Henry  W.  Lahmeyer,  M.D.
27    Debt, against the Attorney General..............       $18.96

28        Section 23.  The following named amounts are appropriated
29    to the Court of Claims  from  State  Fund  163,  Weights  and
30    Measures  Fund,  to  pay claims in conformity with awards and
 
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 1    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 2        No.  00-CC-0883,  Associates  Capital  Bank.
 3    Debt, against the Department of Agriculture.....      $309.70

 4        Section 24.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 5    to the Court of Claims  from  State  Fund  218,  Professional
 6    Indirect  Cost  Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards
 7    and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 8        No.  00-CC-0662,  Rush  Behavioral   Health.
 9    Debt,  against  the  Department  of Professional
10    Regulation......................................    $2,760.00
11        No. 00-CC-0674, T.J. Bowman Court Reporting.
12    Debt, against  the  Department  of  Professional
13    Regulation......................................    $1,398.40
14        No.  00-CC-0722,  Daniel  O'Sullivan.  Debt,
15    against    the    Department   of   Professional
16    Regulation......................................    $2,483.00

17        Section 25. The following named amounts are  appropriated
18    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from State Fund 231, Correctional
19    Recoveries Trust Fund,  to  pay  claims  in  conformity  with
20    awards  and  recommendations  made  by the Court of Claims as
21    follows:
22        No. 98-CC-1294,  JCM  Uniforms,  Inc.  Debt,
23    against the Office of Banks and Real Estate.....      $171.00

24        Section 26.  The following named amounts are appropriated
25    to  the Court of Claims from State Fund 253, Horse Racing Tax
26    Allocation Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards  and
27    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
28        No.  00-CC-0793, IL Correctional Industries.
29    Debt, against the Department of Agriculture.....   $11,324.72

30        Section 27.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 
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 1    to the Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund  259,  Optometric
 2    Licensing  and  Disciplinary Committee Fund, to pay claims in
 3    conformity with awards and recommendations made by the  Court
 4    of Claims as follows:
 5        No.  97-CC-3677, Bill Donohue c/o Department
 6    of Professional Regulation.  Debt,  against  the
 7    Department of Professional Regulation...........       $30.00

 8        Section 28.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 9    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund  262, Mandatory
10    Arbitration Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards and
11    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
12        No.  00-CC-1446,  Mary  A.   Mazurk.   Debt,
13    against   the   Administrative   Office  of  the
14    Illinois Courts.................................      $150.00
15        No. 00-CC-2267, Michael J. Kane, Esq.  Debt,
16    against   the   Administrative   Office  of  the
17    Illinois Courts.................................      $150.00

18        Section 29.  The following named amounts are appropriated
19    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 270,  Water  Pollution
20    Control  Revolving  Fund,  to  pay  claims in conformity with
21    awards and recommendations made by the  Court  of  Claims  as
22    follows:
23        No.   00-CC-0919,   North   Shore   Sanitary
24    District.   Debt,   against   the  Environmental
25    Protection Agency...............................    $1,681.98

26        Section 30.  The following named amounts are appropriated
27    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 276, Drunk and Drugged
28    Driving Prevention Fund, to pay  claims  in  conformity  with
29    awards  and  recommendations  made  by the Court of Claims as
30    follows:
31        No. 99-CC-3966, Professional  Consultations,
 
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 1    Debt, against the Department of Human Services..    $1,298.50

 2        Section  31. The following named amounts are appropriated
 3    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 288,  Community  Water
 4    Supply  Laboratory  Fund,  to  pay  claims in conformity with
 5    awards and recommendations made by the  Court  of  Claims  as
 6    follows:
 7        No. 98-CC-4281, Ultra Scientific, Inc. Debt,
 8    against the Environmental Protection Agency.....        $7.00
 9        No.  98-CC-4576,  VWR  Scientific  Products.
10    Debt,   against   the  Environmental  Protection
11    Agency..........................................    $3,610.48
12        No. 99-CC-0603, Novell, Inc.  Debt,  against
13    the Environmental Protection Agency.............       $50.00
14        No.  99-CC-2379,  Old Dominion Freight Line.
15    Debt,  against  the   Environmental   Protection
16    Agency..........................................       $55.76
17        No.  00-CC-0264,  Biovir  Laboratories, Inc.
18    Debt,  against  the   Environmental   Protection
19    Agency..........................................      $280.00

20        Section  32. The following named amounts are appropriated
21    to the Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund  294,  Used  Tire
22    Management  Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards and
23    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
24        No. 96-CC-2952, John P. Leen. Debt,  against
25    the Environmental Protection Agency.............       $79.00

26        Section 33.  The following named amounts are appropriated
27    to  the  Court of Claims from State Fund 301, Working Capital
28    Revolving Fund, to pay claims in conformity with  awards  and
29    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
30        No.  99-CC-4152,  Advance  Uniform  Company.
31    Debt, against the Department of Corrections.....   $38,878.40
 
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 1        No.  00-CC-0556,  Windsor  Woods, Inc. Debt,
 2    against the Department of Corrections...........   $24,996.00

 3        Section 34.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 4    to the Court of  Claims  from  State  Fund  304,  Statistical
 5    Services  Revolving  Fund,  to  pay claims in conformity with
 6    awards and recommendations made by the  Court  of  Claims  as
 7    follows:
 8        No.  99-CC-4553, Progressive Electric. Debt,
 9    against CMS.....................................      $945.13
10        No. 99-CC-4592, Solar Turbines,  Inc.  Debt,
11    against CMS.....................................    $2,353.00
12        No.  99-CC-4728,  Barnes & Noble, Inc. Debt,
13    against CMS.....................................       $41.75

14        Section 35.  The following named amounts are appropriated
15    to the Court of Claims from State  Fund  312,  Communications
16    Revolving  Fund,  to pay claims in conformity with awards and
17    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
18        No. 89-CC-3447,  Telecomm  Management,  Inc.
19    Debt, against CMS...............................       $70.00
20        No.  98-CC-0615,  AT&T  Language Line. Debt,
21    against CMS.....................................      $125.00
22        No.    98-CC-4711,    Economy     Mechanical
23    Industries. Debt, against CMS...................      $736.05
24        No. 99-CC-0002, Ameritech. Debt, against CMS.   $1,155.37
25        No.  99-CC-2901, Milgo Solutions, Inc. Debt,
26    against CMS.....................................    $2,716.00
27        No. 99-CC-4037, Friend & Assoc. Consultants,
28    Inc. Debt, against CMS..........................    $2,162.25
29        No. 99-CC-4278, Xerox  Corp.  Debt,  against
30    CMS.............................................      $248.65
31        No.  99-CC-4483, Segno Communications. Debt,
32    against CMS.....................................       $28.95
 
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 1        No. 99-CC-4755, GTE North. Debt, against CMS.   $2,273.10
 2        No. 99-CC-4756, GTE North. Debt, against CMS.     $309.12
 3        No. 00-CC-0130, United Airlines, Inc.  Debt,
 4    against CMS.....................................      $223.00

 5        Section 36.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 6    to  the  Court of Claims from State Fund 360, Lead Poisoning,
 7    Screening, Prevention and Abatement Fund, to  pay  claims  in
 8    conformity  with awards and recommendations made by the Court
 9    of Claims as follows:
10        No.    99-CC-2084,     Medical     Technical
11    Placements.  Debt,  against  the  Department  of
12    Public Health...................................    $1,443.00

13        Section 37.  The following named amounts are appropriated
14    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund  386, Appraisal
15    Administration Fund, to pay claims in conformity with  awards
16    and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
17        No.   99-CC-4776,   Cunningham,  Inc.  Debt,
18    against Office of Banks and Real Estate.........      $500.00

19        Section 38.  The following named amounts are appropriated
20    to the Court of Claims from Federal  Fund  410,  SBE  Federal
21    Department  of Agricultural Fund, to pay claims in conformity
22    with awards and recommendations made by the Court  of  Claims
23    as follows:
24        No. 00-CC-0835, Gateway. Debt, against State
25    Board of Education..............................   $28,470.00

26        Section 39.  The following named amounts are appropriated
27    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 421, Public Assistance
28    Recoveries  Trust  Fund,  to  pay  claims  in conformity with
29    awards and recommendations made by the  Court  of  Claims  as
30    follows:
 
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 1        No.   99-CC-4015,  Correctional  Industries.
 2    Debt, against the Department of Public Aid......    $2,349.60
 3        No.  99-CC-4022,  Correctional   Industries.
 4    Debt, against the Department of Public Aid......      $350.00
 5        No.   99-CC-4030,  Correctional  Industries.
 6    Debt, against the Department of Public Aid......      $700.00
 7        No.  99-CC-4035,  Correctional   Industries.
 8    Debt, against the Department of Public Aid......      $381.46
 9        No.    99-CC-4142,   Illinois   Correctional
10    Industries.  Debt,  against  the  Department  of
11    Public Aid......................................      $649.00
12        No.  99-CC-4185,  Savin  Processing  Center.
13    Debt, against the Department of Public Aid......      $459.81

14        Section 40.  The following named amounts are appropriated
15    to the Court of Claims from State Fund  438,  Illinois  State
16    Fair  Fund,  to  pay  claims  in  conformity  with awards and
17    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
18        No. 00-CC-0804, National City. Debt, against
19    the Department of Agriculture...................    $4,296.78
20        No. 00-CC-1099,  Watts  Copy  Systems,  Inc.
21    Debt, against the Department of Agriculture.....      $150.28

22        Section 41.  The following named amounts are appropriated
23    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund 462, Commercial
24    Consolidation Fund, to pay claims in conformity  with  awards
25    and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
26        No.  97-CC-4423,  Adams County Mental Health
27    Center. Debt, against the  Department  of  Human
28    Services........................................    $3,392.05

29        Section 42.  The following named amounts are appropriated
30    to  the Court of Claims from Federal Fund 476, Wholesome Meat
31    Fund,  to  pay  claims  in   conformity   with   awards   and
 
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 1    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 2        No.  00-CC-0635,  Associates  Capital  Bank.
 3    Debt, against the Department of Agriculture.....       $65.46
 4        No.  00-CC-2137,  Bob  Ridings,  Inc.  Debt,
 5    against the Department of Agriculture...........   $14,085.00

 6        Section 43.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 7    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  State Fund 483, SOS Special
 8    Services Fund, to pay claims in conformity  with  awards  and
 9    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
10        No.  00-CC-2366,  AV  Networks,  Inc.  Debt,
11    against the Secretary of State..................   $17,230.95
12        No.  00-CC-2367,  AV  Networks,  Inc.  Debt,
13    against the Secretary of State..................   $15,477.00

14        Section 44.  The following named amounts are appropriated
15    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  Federal  Fund 488, Criminal
16    Justice Trust Fund, to pay claims in conformity  with  awards
17    and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
18        No.  99-CC-4695,  Sara  Naureckas, MD. Debt,
19    against   the   Criminal   Justice   Information
20    Authority.......................................      $569.44

21        Section 45.  The following named amounts are appropriated
22    to the Court  of  Claims  from  Federal  Fund  495,  Old  Age
23    Survivors  Insurance  Fund,  to pay claims in conformity with
24    awards and recommendations made by the  Court  of  Claims  as
25    follows:
26        No. 95-CC-0156, St. Therese Radiology Assoc.
27    Debt, against the DHS: DORS.....................       $17.00
28        No.  96-CC-2682, Irwin K. Carson, M.D. Debt,
29    against the DHS.................................       $76.00
30        No.  96-CC-3351,  Edward  Mann,  M.D.  Debt,
31    against the DHS: DORS...........................       $45.00
 
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 1        No. 96-CC-3890,  Delnor-Community  Hospital.
 2    Debt, against the DHS: DORS.....................       $27.00
 3        No.  96-CC-4297, South Shore Hospital. Debt,
 4    against the DHS: DORS...........................       $60.00
 5        No.  96-CC-4425,  Good  Samaritan   Regional
 6    Health Center. Debt, against the DHS: DORS......       $60.00
 7        No.  98-CC-0613, Nagpal & Arora Assoc. Debt,
 8    against the DHS: DORS...........................      $105.00
 9        No. 99-CC-0140, Northwest Orthopaedic Assoc.
10    LTD. Debt, against the DHS: DORS................      $249.00
11        No.  99-CC-2289,  Lincoln  Medical   Center.
12    Debt, against the DHS: DORS.....................       $45.00
13        No.     99-CC-2451,    Chicago    Consulting
14    Physicians. Debt, against the DHS: DORS.........    $1,524.00
15        No.    99-CC-2459,    Chicago     Consulting
16    Physicians. Debt, against the DHS: DORS.........   $15,571.50
17        No.     99-CC-2460,    Chicago    Consulting
18    Physicians. Debt, against the DHS: DORS.........   $14,156.50
19        No. 99-CC-3044,  Richland  Radiology.  Debt,
20    against the DHS: DORS...........................       $45.00
21        No.  99-CC-3245,  IL Masonic Medical Center.
22    Debt, against the DHS: DORS.....................       $22.00
23        No. 99-CC-3246, IL Masonic  Medical  Center.
24    Debt, against the DHS: DORS.....................      $343.00
25        No.  99-CC-3247,  IL Masonic Medical Center.
26    Debt, against the DHS: DORS.....................       $54.00
27        No. 99-CC-3248, IL Masonic  Medical  Center.
28    Debt, against the DHS: DORS.....................      $155.00
29        No.   99-CC-4045,  University  Neurologists.
30    Debt, against the DHS: DORS.....................      $110.00
31        No.   99-CC-4075,    Kishwaukee    Community
32    Hospital. Debt, against the DHS: DORS...........       $36.00
33        No.   99-CC-4117,   Sucharita  Arora.  Debt,
34    against the DHS: DORS...........................       $60.00
 
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 1        No. 99-CC-4403, GE  Capital.  Debt,  against
 2    the DHS: DORS...................................    $4,269.25
 3        No. 99-CC-4416, Christie Clinic Association.
 4    Debt, against the DHS: DORS.....................       $20.00
 5        No.    99-CC-4552,    Carolyn    L.    Owens
 6    Psychological  Services.  Debt, against the DHS:
 7    DORS............................................    $2,100.00
 8        No.  99-CC-4879,  Linda  D.  Cornell.  Debt,
 9    against the DHS: DORS...........................       $17.36
10        No.  99-CC-4894,  Chicago  Hearing  Society.
11    Debt, against the DHS: DORS.....................       $74.00
12        No.  99-CC-4916,  Crusader  Central   Clinic
13    Association. Debt, against the DHS: DORS........       $20.00
14        No.  00-CC-0005,  AIMS  Services, Inc. Debt,
15    against the DHS: DORS...........................      $140.00
16        No.  00-CC-0118,  Xerox  Corporation.  Debt,
17    against the DHS: DORS...........................      $347.36
18        No.  00-CC-1028,  Metro  Consultants.  Debt,
19    against the DHS: DORS...........................      $105.00
20        No.  00-CC-1029,  Metro  Consultants.  Debt,
21    against the DHS: DORS...........................      $105.00
22        No.  00-CC-1030,  Metro  Consultants.  Debt,
23    against the DHS: DORS...........................      $105.00
24        No.  00-CC-1031,  Metro  Consultants.  Debt,
25    against the DHS: DORS...........................      $105.00
26        No.  00-CC-1032,  Metro  Consultants.  Debt,
27    against the DHS: DORS...........................      $121.00
28        No.  00-CC-1033,  Metro  Consultants.  Debt,
29    against the DHS: DORS...........................      $105.00
30        No.  00-CC-1034,  Metro  Consultants.  Debt,
31    against the DHS: DORS...........................      $121.00
32        No.  00-CC-1035,  Metro  Consultants.  Debt,
33    against the DHS: DORS...........................      $105.00
 
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 1        Section 46.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 2    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 542, Attorney  General
 3    Court  Order  and Voluntary Compliance Fund, to pay claims in
 4    conformity with awards and recommendations made by the  Court
 5    of Claims as follows:
 6        No.   00-CC-1395,  Lamantia  Creative,  LTD.
 7    Debt, against the Attorney General..............   $10,000.00

 8        Section 47.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 9    to the Court of Claims from Federal  Fund  561,  SBE  Federal
10    Department  of  Education  Fund,  to pay claims in conformity
11    with awards and recommendations made by the Court  of  Claims
12    as follows:
13        No.    99-CC-4090,   Leyden   Area   Special
14    Education Cooperative. Debt, against  the  State
15    Board of Education..............................      $953.10
16        No.  99-CC-4369,  Charles  L. Aschenbrenner.
17    Debt, against the State Board of Education......      $833.33
18        No.  99-CC-4534,   Darryl   Calhoun.   Debt,
19    against the State Board of Education............      $150.00
20        No.  00-CC-0043, Valley View Public Schools.
21    Debt, against the State Board of Education......    $1,027.13
22        No.  00-CC-1077,  Millvinia   Stiff.   Debt,
23    against the State Board of Education............      $300.00
24        No.  00-CC-1088,  Teri Paulin. Debt, against
25    the State Board of Education....................      $100.00
26        No.  00-CC-1095,   Sarah   Alhassan.   Debt,
27    against the State Board of Education............      $125.00
28        No.   00-CC-1097,   Mattoon  Community  Unit
29    School Dist #2. Debt, against the State Board of
30    Education.......................................      $525.00

31        Section 48.  The following named amounts are appropriated
32    to the Court of Claims from Federal Fund  566,  DCFS  Federal
 
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 1    Projects  Fund,  to  pay claims in conformity with awards and
 2    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 3        No.    99-CC-2783,    Lakeshore     Learning
 4    Materials.   Debt,  against  the  Department  of
 5    Children and Family Services....................    $3,890.54

 6        Section 49.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 7    to the  Court  of  Claims  from  Federal  Fund  607,  Special
 8    Projects  Division  Fund,  to  pay  claims in conformity with
 9    awards and recommendations made by the  Court  of  Claims  as
10    follows:
11        No.   96-CC-3025,   IBM  Corporation.  Debt,
12    against the Human Rights Commission.............       $70.00

13        Section 50.  The following named amounts are appropriated
14    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund  676,   Student
15    Assistance  Commission  Student  Loan  Fund, to pay claims in
16    conformity with awards and recommendations made by the  Court
17    of Claims as follows:
18        No.  00-CC-2140,  Bob  Ridings,  Inc.  Debt,
19    against the Student Assistance Commission.......   $14,085.00

20        Section  51. The following named amounts are appropriated
21    to the Court of Claims from Federal Fund   700,  USDA  Women,
22    Infants  and  Children Fund, to pay claims in conformity with
23    awards and recommendations made by the  Court  of  Claims  as
24    follows:
25        No.  98-CC-0673,  Currency  Food and Liquor.
26    Debt, against the DHS: Public Health............    $8,025.69
27        No.  99-CC-0647,  Livingston  County  Health
28    Department. Debt, against the DHS: Public Health.   $1,236.72

29        Section 52.  The following named amounts are appropriated
30    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund  708,  Illinois

 
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 1    Standardbred Breeders Fund, to pay claims in conformity  with
 2    awards  and  recommendations  made  by the Court of Claims as
 3    follows:
 4        No.  00-CC-0630,  Associates  Capital  Bank.
 5    Debt, against the Department of Agriculture.....       $14.09

 6        Section 53.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 7    to the Court of Claims from State  Fund  711,  State  Lottery
 8    Fund,   to   pay   claims   in  conformity  with  awards  and
 9    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
10        No.  00-CC-1179,  Associates  Capital  Bank.
11    Debt, against the Department of Lottery.........       $28.81
12        No.  00-CC-1180,  Associates  Capital  Bank.
13    Debt, against the Department of Lottery.........       $14.17
14        No.  00-CC-2029,  Associates  Capital  Bank.
15    Debt, against the Department of Lottery.........       $16.05

16        Section 54. The following named amounts are  appropriated
17    to the Court of Claims from State Fund  762, Local Initiative
18    Fund,   to   pay   claims   in  conformity  with  awards  and
19    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
20        No. 98-CC-0709, Aunt Martha's Youth  Service
21    Center.  Debt,  against  the Department of Human
22    Services........................................    $1,519.16
23        No. 99-CC-3616,  Clearbrook.  Debt,  against
24    the Department of Human Services................    $1,958.84
25        No.  99-CC-3829,  Alternatives,  Inc.  Debt,
26    against the Department of Human Services........    $1,656.29
27        No. 99-CC-4081, Youth Service Bureau of Rock
28    Island  County.  Debt, against the Department of
29    Human Services..................................    $1,305.08
30        No. 99-CC-4476,  Senior  Citizens  Services,
31    Inc.  Debt,  against  the  Department  of  Human
32    Services........................................      $285.26
 
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 1        Section  55. The following named amounts are appropriated
 2    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund   763,  Tourism
 3    Promotion Fund, to pay claims in conformity with  awards  and
 4    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 5        No.  99-CC-0607,  Novell, Inc. Debt, against
 6    the Department of Commerce and Community Affairs.      $62.00

 7        Section 56.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 8    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 795,  Bank  and  Trust
 9    Company  Fund,  to  pay  claims in conformity with awards and
10    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
11        No. 99-CC-2620,  Michael  D.  Rolnik.  Debt,
12    against the Office of Banks and Real Estate.....      $126.00
13        No.  99-CC-4342,  SCS Trips, DBA A-1 Travel.
14    Debt, against  the  Office  of  Banks  and  Real
15    Estate..........................................      $662.10
16        No. 00-CC-2131, Theresa Renik. Debt, against
17    the Office of Banks and Real Estate.............      $590.16
18        No.  00-CC-2446,  Shell  Oil  Company. Debt,
19    against the Office of Banks and Real Estate.....       $46.14

20        Section 57.  The following named amounts are appropriated
21    to the Court of Claims from State Fund  796,  Nuclear  Safety
22    Emergency Preparedness Fund, to pay claims in conformity with
23    awards  and  recommendations  made  by the Court of Claims as
24    follows:
25        No.  99-CC-4283,  Xerox  Corporation.  Debt,
26    against the Department of Nuclear Safety........      $400.00

27        Section 58.  The following named amounts are appropriated
28    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 821, Dram  Shop  Fund,
29    to  pay  claims in conformity with awards and recommendations
30    made by the Court of Claims as follows:
31        No. 00-CC-0514, Leonard  L.  Branson.  Debt,
 
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 1    against the Liquor Control Commission...........      $118.35
 2        No.  00-CC-2032,  Associates  Capital  Bank.
 3    Debt, against the Liquor Control Commission.....       $14.71

 4        Section 59.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 5    to  the Court of Claims from State Fund 844, Continuing Legal
 6    Education Trust Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards
 7    and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 8        No. 00-CC-1708, Northfield Inn  and  Suites.
 9    Debt,  against  the  State's Attorneys Appellate
10    Prosecutor......................................   $12,554.60

11        Section 60.  The following named amounts are appropriated
12    to the Court of Claims from  State  Fund  845,  Environmental
13    Protection  Trust  Fund,  to  pay  claims  in conformity with
14    awards and recommendations made by the  Court  of  Claims  as
15    follows:
16        No.  95-CC-2490, Village of Keyesport. Debt,
17    against the Environmental Protection Agency.....      $250.00
18        No.  96-CC-3028,  IBM   Corporation.   Debt,
19    against the Pollution Control Board.............      $129.10

20        Section 61.  The following named amounts are appropriated
21    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  State Fund 850, Real Estate
22    License Administration Fund, to pay claims in conformity with
23    awards and recommendations made by the  Court  of  Claims  as
24    follows:
25        No.  99-CC-4445,  Phillips 66 Company. Debt,
26    against the Office of Banks and Real Estate.....       $10.33
27        No.    99-CC-4772,    Computer    Associates
28    International. Debt, against the Office of Banks
29    and Real Estate.................................      $720.00
30        No.  00-CC-2138,  Bob  Ridings,  Inc.  Debt,
31    against the Office of Banks and Real Estate.....   $14,445.00
 
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 1        No. 00-CC-2088, Association of  Real  Estate
 2    License  Law Officials. Debt, against the Office
 3    of Banks and Real Estate........................      $174.00

 4        Section 62.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 5    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 865, Domestic Violence
 6    Shelter and Service Fund, to pay claims  in  conformity  with
 7    awards  and  recommendations  made  by the Court of Claims as
 8    follows:
 9        No.  00-CC-1760,  Starved  Rock  Lodge   and
10    Conference  Center. Debt, against the Department
11    of Human Services...............................    $1,328.62

12        Section 63.  The following named amounts are appropriated
13    to the Court of Claims from Federal Fund  872,  Maternal  and
14    Child  Health  Services  Block  Grant  Fund, to pay claims in
15    conformity with awards and recommendations made by the  Court
16    of Claims as follows:
17        No.  99-CC-1527,  Sound  &  Stagecraft, Inc.
18    Debt, against the DHS: Public Health............       $86.80
19        No. 99-CC-2227, Cook County Dept. of  Public
20    Health. Debt, against the DHS: Public Health....  $736,954.00
21        No.  99-CC-2913,  RC  Kerr  and  Associates.
22    Debt, against the DHS: Public Health............      $329.70
23        No.  99-CC-4124, Family Focus. Debt, against
24    the DHS: Public Health..........................   $14,271.76
25        No. 99-CC-4721, Kelly Services,  Inc.  Debt,
26    against the DHS: Public Health..................      $516.89
27        No.   00-CC-0315,   Hancock   County  Health
28    Department. Debt, against the DHS: Public Health.   $1,711.51

29        Section 64.  The following named amounts are appropriated
30    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund   888,   Design
31    Professionals  Administration  and Investigation Fund, to pay
 
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 1    claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made  by
 2    the Court of Claims as follows:
 3        No.  99-CC-4519,  Associates  Capital  Bank.
 4    Debt,  against  the  Department  of Professional
 5    Regulation......................................       $31.78

 6        Section 65.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 7    to the Court of  Claims  from  Federal  Fund  900,  Petroleum
 8    Violation  Fund,  to pay claims in conformity with awards and
 9    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
10        No.   99-CC-4591,    Architectural    Energy
11    Corporation.  Debt,  against  the  Department of
12    Commerce and Community Affairs..................    $2,500.00

13        Section 66.  The following named amounts are appropriated
14    to the Court of Claims from  State  Fund  906,  State  Police
15    Services  Fund,  to  pay claims in conformity with awards and
16    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
17        No. 99-CC-1458, Mobil Credit  Finance  Corp.
18    Debt,   payable  to  the  State  Police  Federal
19    Projects Fund...................................      $204.94

20        Section 67.  The following named amounts are appropriated
21    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 907, Health  Insurance
22    Reserve  Fund,  to  pay  claims in conformity with awards and
23    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
24        No.   99-CC-2931,   Adams   County    Health
25    Department.  Debt,  against  the  Department  of
26    Central Management Services.....................    $2,710.00

27        Section 68.  The following named amounts are appropriated
28    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund 955, Technology
29    Innovation and  Commercialization  Fund,  to  pay  claims  in
30    conformity  with awards and recommendations made by the Court
 
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 1    of Claims as follows:
 2        No. 98-CC-3949, Community  College  District
 3    #508.  Debt,  against the Department of Commerce
 4    and Community Affairs...........................   $14,456.45

 5        Section 69.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 6    to the Court of Claims from State  Fund  957,  Child  Support
 7    Enforcement  Trust  Fund,  to  pay  claims in conformity with
 8    awards and recommendations made by the  Court  of  Claims  as
 9    follows:
10        No. 99-CC-2349, Eastman Kodak Company. Debt,
11    against the Department of Public Aid............   $34,627.00
12        No. 99-CC-2358, Connie Bonnell-Pierce. Debt,
13    against the Department of Public Aid............      $303.36
14        No.  99-CC-3958, ARC Electric. Debt, against
15    the Department of Public Aid....................    $1,566.92
16        No.  99-CC-4012,  Correctional   Industries.
17    Debt, against the Department of Public Aid......      $332.00
18        No.   99-CC-4013,  Correctional  Industries.
19    Debt, against the Department of Public Aid......    $4,227.30
20        No.  99-CC-4014,  Correctional   Industries.
21    Debt, against the Department of Public Aid......      $875.00
22        No.   99-CC-4017,  Correctional  Industries.
23    Debt, against the Department of Public Aid......    $7,756.00
24        No.  99-CC-4018,  Correctional   Industries.
25    Debt, against the Department of Public Aid......      $332.00
26        No.   99-CC-4020,  Correctional  Industries.
27    Debt, against the Department of Public Aid......      $838.20
28        No.  99-CC-4031,  Correctional   Industries.
29    Debt, against the Department of Public Aid......      $325.00
30        No.   99-CC-4032,  Correctional  Industries.
31    Debt, against the Department of Public Aid......    $3,850.00
32        No.  99-CC-4033,  Correctional   Industries.
33    Debt, against the Department of Public Aid......    $3,023.90
 
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 1        No.    99-CC-4076,   Ewing,   Lundberg   and
 2    Associates.  Debt,  against  the  Department  of
 3    Public Aid......................................      $807.84
 4        No.  99-CC-4185,  Savin  Processing  Center.
 5    Debt, against the Department of Public Aid......      $345.08
 6        No. 00-CC-0891, Clerk of the  Circuit  Court
 7    of  Cook County. Debt, against the Department of
 8    Public Aid......................................      $190.00
 9        No. 00-CC-0917, Ron Dziubek.  Debt,  against
10    the Department of Public Aid....................      $492.78
11        No.   00-CC-1024,  Thomas  Zimmerman.  Debt,
12    against the Department of Public Aid............      $315.17

13        Section 70.  The following named amounts are appropriated
14    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 980, Manteno Veterans'
15    Home Fund, to  pay  claims  in  conformity  with  awards  and
16    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
17        No.  96-CC-3247,  St. Mary's Hospital. Debt,
18    against the Department of Veterans' Affairs.....      $572.90
19        No.        96-CC-3359,         Comprehensive
20    Rehabilitation,    Inc.    Debt,   against   the
21    Department of Veterans' Affairs.................    $1,560.00
22        No.        96-CC-3361,         Comprehensive
23    Rehabilitation,    Inc.    Debt,   against   the
24    Department of Veterans' Affairs.................      $486.00
25        No.        96-CC-3362,         Comprehensive
26    Rehabilitation,    Inc.    Debt,   against   the
27    Department of Veterans' Affairs.................       $36.00
28        No.        96-CC-3363,         Comprehensive
29    Rehabilitation,    Inc.    Debt,   against   the
30    Department of Veterans' Affairs.................      $216.00
31        No.        96-CC-3364,         Comprehensive
32    Rehabilitation,    Inc.    Debt,   against   the
33    Department of Veterans' Affairs.................       $36.00
 
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 1        No.        96-CC-3365,         Comprehensive
 2    Rehabilitation,    Inc.    Debt,   against   the
 3    Department of Veterans' Affairs.................      $234.00
 4        No.        96-CC-3366,         Comprehensive
 5    Rehabilitation,    Inc.    Debt,   against   the
 6    Department of Veterans' Affairs.................      $234.00
 7        No.        96-CC-3367,         Comprehensive
 8    Rehabilitation,    Inc.    Debt,   against   the
 9    Department of Veterans' Affairs.................       $36.00
10        No.        96-CC-3368,         Comprehensive
11    Rehabilitation,    Inc.    Debt,   against   the
12    Department of Veterans' Affairs.................      $378.00
13        No.        96-CC-3369,         Comprehensive
14    Rehabilitation,    Inc.    Debt,   against   the
15    Department of Veterans' Affairs.................      $108.00
16        No.        96-CC-3370,         Comprehensive
17    Rehabilitation,    Inc.    Debt,   against   the
18    Department of Veterans' Affairs.................      $354.00
19        No.        96-CC-3371,         Comprehensive
20    Rehabilitation,    Inc.    Debt,   against   the
21    Department of Veterans' Affairs.................      $744.00
22        No.        96-CC-3372,         Comprehensive
23    Rehabilitation,    Inc.    Debt,   against   the
24    Department of Veterans' Affairs.................      $390.00
25        No.        96-CC-3373,         Comprehensive
26    Rehabilitation,    Inc.    Debt,   against   the
27    Department of Veterans' Affairs.................      $666.00
28        No.        96-CC-3374,         Comprehensive
29    Rehabilitation,    Inc.    Debt,   against   the
30    Department of Veterans' Affairs.................       $36.00

31        Section 71.  The following named amounts are appropriated
32    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 991,  Abandoned  Mines
33    Fund,   to   pay   claims   in  conformity  with  awards  and
 
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 1    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 2        No. 93-CC-2145, Boyd  Brothers,  Inc.  Debt,
 3    against  the  Abandoned  Mined Lands Reclamation
 4    Council/Department of Natural Resources.........   $16,997.86

 5        Section 72.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 6    to the  Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund  997,  Insurance
 7    Financial  Regulation  Fund, to pay claims in conformity with
 8    awards and recommendations made by the  Court  of  Claims  as
 9    follows:
10        No.  99-CC-3251,  US  Office Products. Debt,
11    against the Department of Insurance.............       $38.40
12        No. 99-CC-4822, Evare,  LLC.  Debt,  against
13    the Department of Insurance.....................   $15,000.00

14        Section  99.   Effective  Date.  This  Act  takes  effect
15    immediately upon becoming law.

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