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HB3426 Enrolled                                LRB9207403RHrh

 1        AN ACT making appropriations.

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

 4        Section  1.   "AN  ACT making appropriations," Public Act
 5    92-8, approved June 11, 2001, is amended by changing  Section
 6    13 of Article 34 as follows:

 7        (P.A. 92-8, Art.  34, Sec. 13)
 8        Sec. 13.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
 9    as  may  be necessary, respectively, for payments for care of
10    children served by the  Department  of  Children  and  Family
11    Services:
12                            GRANTS-IN-AID
13                          REGIONAL OFFICES
14                  PAYABLE FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND
15      For Foster Homes and Specialized
16       Foster Care and Prevention .................. $221,100,200
17      For Counseling and Auxiliary Services ........   20,907,700
18      For Homemaker Services .......................    7,507,400
19      For Institution and Group Home Care and
20       Prevention ..................................  150,215,000
21      For Services Associated with the Foster
22       Care Initiative .............................    6,413,700
23      For Purchase of Adoption and
24       Guardianship Services .......................  150,619,000
25      For Health Care Network ......................    4,657,900
26      For Cash Assistance and Housing
27       Locator Service to Families in the
28       Class Defined in the Norman Consent Order ...    3,565,600
29      For Youth in Transition Program ..............      719,100
30      For Children's Personal and
31       Physical Maintenance ........................    5,359,000
 
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 1      For MCO Technical Assistance and
 2       Program Development .........................    1,701,800
 3      For Pre Admission/Post Discharge
 4       Psychiatric Screening .......................    8,257,600
 5      For Counties to Assist in the Development
 6       of Children's Advocacy Centers ..............    2,781,800
 7      For Psychological Assessments
 8       including Operations and
 9       Administrative Expenses .....................    5,011,900
10        Total                                        $588,817,700
11             PAYABLE FROM DCFS CHILDREN'S SERVICES FUND
12      For Foster Homes and Specialized
13       Foster Care and Prevention .... $164,680,600  $156,080,600
14      For Counseling and Auxiliary Services ........    9,646,800
15      For Homemaker Services .......................    1,119,400
16      For Institution and Group Home Care and
17       Prevention (up to $1,000,000
18       of this appropriation is
19       authorized to pay expenses
20       from prior fiscal years).......   97,401,500    96,401,500
21      For Additional Grant to the Chicago
22       Child Advocacy Center........................      540,000
23      For Services Associated with the Foster
24       Care Initiative .............................    1,958,000
25      For Purchase of Adoption and
26       Guardianship Services .........  108,008,600   102,608,600
27      For Family Preservation Services..............   23,182,100
28      For Purchase of Children's Services...........      726,300
29      For Family Centered Services Initiative ......   13,200,000
30        Total                                        $405,463,300

31        Section  2.   "AN  ACT making appropriations," Public Act
32    92-8, approved June 11, 2001, is amended by changing  Section
33    81 of Article 44 as follows:
 
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 1        (P.A. 92-8, Art. 44, Sec. 81)
 2        Sec. 81.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as
 3    may   be   necessary,   respectively,   herein   made  either
 4    independently or in cooperation with the  Federal  Government
 5    or   any   agency  thereof,  any  municipal  corporation,  or
 6    political subdivision of the State, or  with  any  public  or
 7    private   corporation,   organization,   or  individual,  are
 8    appropriated to  the  Department  of  Natural  Resources  for
 9    refunds and the purposes stated:
10    Payable from Land and Water Recreation Fund:
11      For Outdoor Recreation Programs .............. $  6,200,000
12    Payable from Forest Reserve Fund:
13      For U.S. Forest Service Program ..............      500,000
14    Payable from Federal Title IV Fire
15     Protection Assistance Fund:
16      For Rural Community Fire Protection
17       Programs ......................      261,900  <L     161,900>
18        Total                                          $6,861,900

19        Section  3.   "AN  ACT making appropriations," Public Act
20    92-8, approved June 11, 2001, is amended by changing  Section
21    13 of Article 46 as follows:

22        (P.A. 92-8, Art. 46, Sec. 13)
23        Sec.  13.   The amount of $100,000, or so much thereof as
24    may  be  necessary,  is  appropriated  from  the   Registered
25    Certified Public Accountants' Administration and Disciplinary
26    Fund  Public Accountant's Regulation and Disciplinary Fund to
27    the Department of Professional Regulation  to  contract  with
28    the   Illinois   CPA  Society  for  a  feasibility  study  on
29    implementation of a mandatory  peer  review  requirement  for
30    licensure of public accounting time.

31        Section  4.   "AN  ACT making appropriations," Public Act
 
HB3426 Enrolled            -4-                 LRB9207403RHrh
 1    92-8, approved June 11, 2001, is amended by changing  Section
 2    3 of Article 47 as follows:

 3        (P.A. 92-8, Art. 47, Sec. 3)
 4        Sec.   3.    In   addition   to  any  amounts  heretofore
 5    appropriated, the following named amounts, or so much thereof
 6    as may be necessary, respectively, are  appropriated  to  the
 7    Department of Public Aid for Medical Assistance:
 8      FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANCE UNDER THE ILLINOIS PUBLIC AID CODE
 9           AND THE CHILDREN'S HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM ACT
10    Payable from Drug Rebate Fund:
11      For Prescribed Drugs ........... $200,000,000  $170,000,000

12        Section  5.   "AN  ACT making appropriations," Public Act
13    92-8, approved June 11, 2001, is amended by changing  Section
14    4 of Article 49 as follows:

15        (P.A. 92-8, Art. 49, Sec. 4)
16        Sec.  4.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
17    as may be necessary, are appropriated to  the  Department  of
18    Revenue as follows:
19    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
20      For the State's Share of County
21       Supervisors of Assessments' or
22       County Assessors' salaries,
23       as provided by law .......................... $  2,150,000
24      For additional compensation for local
25       assessors, as provided by Sections 2.3
26       and 2.6 of the "Revenue Act of 1939",
27       as amended ..................................      672,000
28      For additional compensation for local
29       assessors, as provided by Section 2.7
30       of the "Revenue Act of 1939", as
31       amended .....................................      600,000
 
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 1      For additional compensation for county
 2       treasurers, pursuant to Public Act
 3       84-1432, as amended .........................      663,000
 4      For payments under the Senior Citizens
 5       and Disabled Persons Property Tax Relief
 6       and Pharmaceutical Assistance Act,
 7       including prior year costs ..................   84,800,000
 8        Total                                         $88,885,000
 9    Payable from State and Local Sales
10     Tax Reform Fund:
11      For Allocation to Chicago for
12       additional 1.25% Use Tax Pursuant
13       to P.A. 86-0928 ..............................$ 48,342,700
14    Payable from Local Government Distributive Fund:
15      For Allocation of the .4% Sales
16       Tax to Units of Local Government
17       Pursuant to P.A. 86-0928 .....................$ 31,185,300
18      For Allocation to Local Governments of
19       additional 1.25% Use Tax Pursuant to
20       P.A. 86-0928 ................................$ 122,882,400
21    Payable from Tobacco Settlement Recovery Fund:
22      For Payments under Senior Citizen and
23       Disabled Persons Property Tax Relief
24       and Pharmaceutical Assistance Act,
25       including prior year costs ....$136,700,000   $106,700,000
26    Payable from R.T.A. Occupation and Use
27     Tax Replacement Fund:
28      For Allocation to RTA for 10% of the
29       1.25% Use Tax Pursuant to P.A. 86-0928 .......$ 23,330,200
30    Payable from Senior Citizens' Real Estate
31     Deferred Tax Revolving Fund:
32      For Payments to Counties as Required
33       by the Senior Citizens Real
34       Estate Tax Deferral Act .......................$ 4,700,000
 
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 1    Payable from Illinois Tax
 2     Increment Fund:
 3      For Distribution to Local Tax
 4       Increment Finance Districts ..................$ 20,022,100
 5    Payable from the Do-It-Yourself
 6     School Funding Fund:
 7      For Distribution of Income Tax
 8      Exemptions Forgone pursuant to
 9      Public Act 90-0553 ................................$ 10,000

10                     GOVERNMENT SERVICE REFUNDS
11    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
12      For payment of refunds pursuant to the
13       provisions of the Senior Citizens and
14       Disabled Persons Property Tax Relief
15       and Pharmaceutical Assistance Act ................$150,000

16        Section  6.   "AN  ACT making appropriations", Public Act
17    92-8, approved June  11,  2001,  is  amended  by  adding  new
18    Section 47a to Article 67 as follows:

19        (P.A. 92-8, Art. 67, new Sec. 47a)
20        Sec.  47a.  The  sum of $1,000,000, or so much thereof as
21    may be necessary, is appropriated from  the  Water  Revolving
22    Fund  to  the  Environmental  Protection Agency for all costs
23    associated with providing assistance to public water supplies
24    for wellhead protection, capacity development  and  technical
25    assistance.

26        Section  7.   "AN  ACT making appropriations", Public Act
27    92-8, approved June 11, 2001, is amended by changing Sections
28    3 and 6a of Article 75 as follows:

29        (P.A. 92-8, Art. 75, Sec. 3)
 
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 1        Sec. 3.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
 2    as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  to  the  Illinois
 3    Emergency  Management  Agency  for  the  objects and purposes
 4    hereinafter named:
 5                             OPERATIONS
 6                     FEDERALLY-ASSISTED PROGRAMS
 7    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
 8      For Training and Education ...................  $   146,500
 9      For Planning and Analysis ....................       75,000
10    Payable from Nuclear Civil Protection
11     Planning Fund:
12      For Clean Air ................................      100,000
13      For Federal Projects .........................      700,000
14      For Flood Mitigation .........................    1,500,000
15    Payable from Federal Civil Preparedness
16      Administrative Fund:
17      For Training and Education ...................    2,261,300
18      For Terrorism Preparedness and
19       Training ......................    7,800,000  <L   2,000,000>
20        Total                                          $6,782,800

21        (P.A. 92-8, Art. 75, Sec. 6a)
22        Sec. 6a.  The sum of  $1,810,000  $310,000,  or  so  much
23    thereof  as  may  be necessary, and remains unexpended at the
24    close of business on June 30, 2001,  from  the  appropriation
25    heretofore  made  in  Article  28,  Section  3  of Public Act
26    91-706, is reappropriated from the Federal Civil Preparedness
27    Administrative Fund for terrorism preparedness and training.

28        Section 8.  "AN ACT making  appropriations",  Public  Act
29    92-8,  approved June 11, 2001, is amended by changing Section
30    10 of Article 3 as follows:

31        (P.A. 92-8, Art. 3, Sec. 10)
 
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 1        Sec. 10.  The amount of $51,042,000  $44,042,000,  or  so
 2    much  thereof  as  may be necessary, is appropriated from the
 3    General Revenue Fund to the Teachers'  Retirement  System  of
 4    the  State of Illinois for transfer into the Teachers' Health
 5    Insurance Security  Fund  as  the  State's  Contribution  for
 6    teachers' health benefits.

 7        Section  9.   "AN  ACT making appropriations," Public Act
 8    92-8, approved June  11,  2001,  is  amended  by  adding  new
 9    Section 21 to Article 32 as follows:

10        (P.A. 92-8, Art.  32, new Sec. 21)
11        Sec.  21.  The sum of $340,000, or so much thereof as may
12    be necessary, is appropriated from the General  Revenue  Fund
13    to   the   Department   of   Agriculture  for  a  biosecurity
14    laboratory,  carcass  disposal,  tanks,   and   other   costs
15    associated with homeland security.

16        Section  10.   "AN ACT making appropriations," Public Act
17    92-8, approved June  11,  2001,  is  amended  by  adding  new
18    Section 301 to Article 35 as follows:

19        (P.A. 92-8, Art. 35, new Sec. 301)
20        Sec.  301.  The  sum of $5,000,000, or so much thereof as
21    may be  necessary,  is  appropriated  to  the  Department  of
22    Commerce  and  Community  Affairs  from the Tourism Promotion
23    Fund for grants pursuant to Section 605-710 of the Department
24    of  Commerce  and  Community  Affairs  Law   of   the   Civil
25    Administrative Code of Illinois.

26        Section  11.   "AN ACT making appropriations," Public Act
27    92-8, approved June  11,  2001,  is  amended  by  adding  new
28    Sections 14, 15, 16 and 17 to Article 48 as follows:
 
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 1        (P.A. 92-8, Art. 48, new Sec. 14)
 2        Sec. 14.  The amount of $1,000,000, or so much thereof as
 3    may  be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue
 4    Fund to the Department of Public Health for development of  a
 5    consolidated laboratory information system.

 6        (P.A. 92-8, Art. 48, new Sec. 15)
 7        Sec. 15.  The amount of $2,850,000, or so much thereof as
 8    may  be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue
 9    Fund  to  the  Department  of  Public  Health  for   expanded
10    laboratory  capacity  and  enhanced  statewide  communication
11    capabilities associated with homeland security.

12        (P.A. 92-8, Art. 48, new Sec. 16)
13        Sec.  16.   The  sum of $2,500,000, or so much thereof as
14    may be necessary, is appropriated from  the  General  Revenue
15    Fund  to the Department of Public Health for costs associated
16    with creating a  Pharmaceutical  Cache  related  to  homeland
17    security purposes.

18        (P.A. 92-8, Art. 48, new Sec. 17)
19        Sec.  17.   The amount of $120,000, or so much thereof as
20    may be necessary, is appropriated from  the  General  Revenue
21    Fund  to  the  Department  of  Public Health for the Illinois
22    Mobile Emergency Response  Team  for  costs  associated  with
23    homeland security.

24        Section  12.   "AN ACT making appropriations," Public Act
25    92-8, approved June  11,  2001,  is  amended  by  adding  new
26    Sections 8 and 9 to Article 75 as follows:

27        (P.A. 92-8, Art. 75, new Sec. 8)
28        Sec.  8.   The  amount of $370,000, or so much thereof as
29    may be necessary, is appropriated from  the  General  Revenue
 
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 1    Fund   to   the  Illinois  Emergency  Management  Agency  for
 2    additional equipment for the State Interagency Response  Team
 3    for costs associated with homeland security.

 4        (P.A. 92-8, Art. 75, new Sec. 9)
 5        Sec.  9.  The amount of $7,000,000, or so much thereof as
 6    may be necessary, is appropriated from  the  General  Revenue
 7    Fund   to   the  Illinois  Emergency  Management  Agency  for
 8    providing services and for  costs  associated  with  Homeland
 9    Security  and  for  grants to the Department of State Police,
10    the Department of Military Affairs, the Office of  the  State
11    Fire Marshal and other state agencies for such purposes.

12        Section  13.   "AN ACT making appropriations," Public Act
13    92-8, approved June  11,  2001,  is  amended  by  adding  new
14    Sections 13 and 14 to Article 89 as follows:

15        (P.A. 92-8, Art. 89, new Sec. 13)
16        Sec.  13.   The amount of $700,000, or so much thereof as
17    may be necessary, is appropriated from  the  General  Revenue
18    Fund  to  the  Office  of  the State Fire Marshal for radios,
19    computers,  generators,  and  other  costs  associated   with
20    homeland security.

21        (P.A. 92-8, Art. 89, new Sec. 14)
22        Sec.  14.   The amount of $2,000,000,  or so much thereof
23    as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue
24    Fund to the Office of the State Fire Marshal for Fire Service
25    Institute training costs associated with homeland security.

26        Section 14.  "AN ACT making appropriations,"  Public  Act
27    92-8,  approved June 11, 2001, is amended by changing Section
28    35 of Article 1 as follows:
 
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 1        (P.A. 92-8, Art. 1, Sec. 35)
 2        Sec. 35.  The following amounts,  or  so  much  of  those
 3    amounts  as  may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated
 4    from the General Revenue Fund to the State Board of Education
 5    for the objects and purposes named:
 6    For all costs associated with Regional
 7        Offices of Education, including, but  not limited to:
 8        ROE School Bus Driver Training, ROE School
 9        Services, and ROE Supervisory Expense.......  $12,512,000
10    For operational costs
11        and grants for Mathematics Statewide........   $1,000,000
12    For costs associated with the
13        Reading Improvement Statewide Program.......   $4,000,000
14    For all costs, including prior year claims,
15        associated with Special Education lawsuits,
16        including Corey H...........................   $1,000,000
17    For grants for
18        career awareness and development
19        programs, including, but not limited to:
20        Career Awareness & Development,
21        Jobs for Illinois Graduates, and
22        Illinois Governmental Internship Program....   $7,247,700
23    For operational costs and grants
24        for Family Literacy.........................   $1,000,000
25    For all costs associated with teacher education programs,
26        including, but not limited to:  National Board
27        Certification, Teacher of the Year, and
28        Teacher Framework Implementation............   $1,740,000
29    For costs associated with regional
30        and local Optional Education Programs for
31        dropouts, those at risk of dropping out, and Alternative
32        Education Programs for chronic truants......  $19,660,000
33    For costs associated with the Metro East Consortium for
34        Child Advocacy..............................     $250,000
 
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 1    For all costs associated with
 2        Professional Development Statewide..........   $2,000,000
 3    For costs associated with funding Vocational Education
 4        Staff Development...........................   $1,299,800
 5    For costs associated with the Certificate Renewal
 6        Administrative Payment Program..............   $1,000,000
 7    For operational costs and grants associated with
 8        the Summer Bridges Program to assist
 9        school districts that had one or more schools
10        with a significant percentage of third
11        and sixth grade students in the "does not meet" category
12        on the 1998 State reading scores
13        to achieve standards in reading.............  $26,000,000
14    For costs associated with the
15        Parental Involvement Campaign Program.......   $1,500,000
16    For all costs associated with standards,
17        assessment, and accountability programs,
18        including, but not limited to:
19        Arts Planning K-6, Assessment Programs,
20        Learning Improvement and Quality Assurance
21        and Learning Standards......................  $31,309,700
22    For operational costs associated with
23        administering the Reading
24        Improvement Block Grant.....................     $389,500
25    For costs associated with the transition
26        of minority students
27        to college and teaching careers.............     $600,000
28    For funding the Golden Apple Scholars Program...   $2,554,300
29    For all costs associated with
30        career and technical education programs.....  $53,874,500
31    For all costs associated with
32        student at-risk programs,
33        including, but not limited to:
34        Hispanic Student Dropout Prevention Programs,
 
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 1        Project Impact, Illinois Partnership Academy, and Urban
 2        Education Partnership Programs..............   $2,649,600
 3    For operational costs and grants associated with
 4        Scientific Literacy, Mathematics, and
 5        the Center on Scientific Literacy...........   $8,583,000
 6    For operational costs and grants
 7        associated with the Substance
 8        Abuse and Violence Prevention Programs......   $2,750,000
 9    For operational expenses of administering the
10        Early Childhood Block Grant.................     $685,600
11    For operational costs and reimbursement to a parent
12        or guardian under the transportation provisions
13        of Section 29-5.2 of the School Code........  $15,120,000
14    For funding the Teachers'
15        Academy for Math and Science................   $7,001,900
16    For operational costs of the Residential Services
17        Authority for Behavior Disorders and Severely
18        Emotionally Disturbed
19        Children and Adolescents....................     $500,000
20    For all costs associated with administering Alternative
21        Education Programs for disruptive students pursuant to
22        Article 13A of the School Code..............  $17,852,000
23    For operational costs and grants for
24        Alternative Learning Opportunities Program..   $1,000,000
25    For operational costs and grants
26        for schools associated with the
27        Academic Early Warning List
28        and other at-risk schools...................   $4,350,000
29    For all costs associated with ISBE regional services,
30        including, but not limited to:
31        ROE Audits, ISBE Services as ROE, ROE Technology,
32        GED Testing, Administrators Academy, and the
33        Leadership Development Institute............   $3,444,300
34    For costs associated with the Association of Illinois
 
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 1        Middle-Level Schools Program................     $100,000
 2    For funding the Illinois State
 3        Board of Education Technology Program.......     $256,300
 4    For all costs associated with providing
 5        the loan of textbooks to students under
 6        Section 18-17 of
 7        the School Code...............  $30,192,100   $21,641,900
 8    For Payment to the Early Intervention
 9        Revolving Fund for costs associated with
10        Early Intervention Program at the Department
11        of Human Services.  Payments shall be made
12        in 12 equal amounts on or about the 15th
13        of each month...............................  $71,480,000
14    For grants associated with the
15        Illinois Economic Education program.........     $150,000
16    Total, this Section............................. $283,125,100

17        Section  99.  Effective  date.   This  Act  takes  effect
18    immediately upon becoming law.

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