ASSEMBLY, No. 3001

STATE OF NEW JERSEY

214th LEGISLATURE

 

INTRODUCED JUNE 24, 2010

 


 

Sponsored by:

Assemblyman  JOSEPH R. MALONE, III

District 30 (Burlington, Mercer, Monmouth and Ocean)

 

Co-Sponsored by:

Senator A.R.Bucco

 

 

 

 

SYNOPSIS

     Makes FY 2010 State and federal supplemental appropriations totaling $454,509,000, reduces FY 2010 appropriations by $727,892,000, and amends and supplements various language provisions affecting appropriations in FY 2010.

 

CURRENT VERSION OF TEXT

     As introduced.

  


An Act  amending and supplementing the Fiscal Year 2010 annual appropriations act, P.L.2009, c.68.

 

     Be It Enacted by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey:

 

     1.  The following items in section 1 of P.L.2009, c.68, the annual appropriations act for State fiscal year 2010, are amended to read as follows:

 

16  DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

50  Economic Planning, Development, and Security

55  Social Services Programs

GRANTS-IN-AID

01- 1610 Child Protective and Permanency Services ..................

                   ......................................................[ $229,504,000]

 

$210,052,000

         Total Grants-in-Aid Appropriation,

            Social Services Programs ...... ....[ $229,504,000]

 

$210,052,000

Grants-in-Aid:

 

 

01      Independent Living and Shelter Care ......

            .................................. [($23,576,000)]

 

($19,836,000)

 

01      Family Support Services .......

            .................................... [(86,612,000)]

 

(80,656,000)

 

01      Foster Care ................. [(114,547,000)]

(105,047,000)

 

01      State Match .................... [(4,769,000)]

(4,513,000)

 

 

       Department of  Children and Families, Total State

          Appropriation .........................................[ $229,504,000]

 

 

$210,052,000

 

 

26  DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS

10  Public Safety and Criminal Justice

16  Detention and Rehabilitation

DIRECT STATE SERVICES

08-7025

 

Institutional Care and Treatment

   ..................................................[$163,903,000]

 

$154,187,000

 

     Total Direct State Services Appropriation,

         Detention and Rehabilitation

         ............................................[$163,903,000]

 

 

$154,187,000

Direct State Services:

 

                     Services Other Than Personal ..

                       ..................[($163,903,000)]

($154,187,000)

 

 

       Department of  Corrections, Total State

          Appropriation .......................................[$163,903,000]

 

 

$154,187,000

 

34  DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

30  Educational, Cultural, and Intellectual Development

31  Direct Educational Services and Assistance

STATE AID

01-5120

General Formula Aid ..........  [$7,065,389,000]

$6,710,357,000

                  (From Property Tax Relief Fund .......................

                     ...... [$7,065,389,000] $6,710,357,000)

 

 

07-5120

Special Education ........................ [730,144,000]

692,844,000

                   (From Property Tax Relief Fund.......................

                        ........................[730,144,000]  692,844,000)

 

 

 

     Total State Aid Appropriation, Direct

        Educational Services and Assistance .........

        ................................. [$7,795,533,000]

 

 

$7,403,201,000

                   (From Property Tax Relief Fund................

                     ....................[7,795,533,000]  $7,403,201,000

 

 

State Aid:

 

01

Equalization Aid (PTRF) ....

    .........[($5,479,636,000)]

($5,282,386,000)

 

01

Security Aid (PTRF) ..........

   ............. [(241,998,000)]

(209,143,000)

 

01

Adjustment Aid (PTRF) ....

   ............. [(747,661,000)]

(623,834,000)

 

01

Preschool Education Aid

   (PTRF) . [(596,094,000)]

(594,994,000)

 

07

 

 

Special Education

   Categorical Aid (PTRF)

   ........... [(730,144,000)]

 

 

(692,844,000)

 

 

 

34  Educational Support Services

STATE AID

 36-5120

 

Student Transportation ......................................

     .......................................... [($363,126,000)]

 

$282,769,000

                (From Property Tax Relief Fund .......................

                      .................... [$363,126,000 $282,769,000

 

 

 39-5095

 

Teachers' Pension and Annuity Assistance ..........

     .............................................. [719,447,000]

 

648,125,000

                (From Property Tax Relief Fund .........................

                   ........................ [719,447,000] 648,125,000

 

 

 

   Total State Aid Appropriation, Educational

      Support Services ............. [$1,082,573,000]

 

$930,894,000

                (From Property Tax Relief Fund......................

                   ..................... [$1,082,573,000$930,894,000)

 

.

State Aid:

 

36

Transportation Aid (PTRF) ...

    ............. [($363,126,000)]

($282,769,000)

 

[39

 

Teachers' Pension and Annuity

    Fund (PTRF) ......................

(62,122,000)]

 

39

 

Teachers' Pension and Annuity

   Fund -- Post Retirement

   Medical (PTRF) ................

   ................ [(657,325,000)]

(648,125,000)

 

 

       Department of Education, Total State

          Appropriation .....................................[$8,878,106,000]

 

 

$8,334,095,000

 

 

82  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

30  Educational, Cultural, and Intellectual Development

36  Higher Educational Services

STATE AID

[48-2155

Aid to County Colleges ....................................

$49,000]

 

  [ Total State Aid Appropriation, Higher

      Educational Services .........................

 

$49,000]

State Aid:

 

[48

Employer Contributions –

   Teachers' Pension and Annuity   

   Fund .......................................

($49,000)]

 

 

 

50  Economic Planning, Development, and Security

51  Economic Planning and Development

GRANTS-IN-AID

38-2043  Economic Development ............. [$227,200,000 ]

$103,563,000

       Total Grants-in-Aid Appropriation, Economic

           Planning and Development .... [$227,200,000 ]

 

$103,563,000

Grants-in-Aid:

 

 

    [38

 

   

     InvestNJ -- Job Credits, EDA

($25,000,000)]

 

 

      38

 

 

     InvestNJ -- Capital Credits,

        EDA ................  [(8,200,000)]

 

(200,000)

 

      38

 

   

      Business Employment

         Incentive Program, EDA

          .................... [(194,000,000)]

(103,363,000)

 

 

70  Government Direction, Management, and Control

75  State Subsidies and Financial Aid

STATE AID

[35-2078

 

Consolidated Police and Firemen's Pension

   Fund ..............................................................

$6,001,000]

 

 [  Total State Aid Appropriation, State Subsidies

      And Financial Aid ...................................

 

$6,001,000]

State Aid:

 

[35

Police and Firemen's

  Retirement System ..............

($3,664,000)]

 

[35

Police and Firemen's Retirement

  System  (P.L.1979, c.109) ...

(1,973,000)]

 

[35

State Contribution to

   Consolidated Police and

   Firemen's Pension Fund .....

(364,000)]

 

 

       Department of  The Treasury, Total State

          Appropriation .......................................[$233,250,000]

 

 

$103,563,000

 

 

94 INTER-DEPARTMENTAL ACCOUNTS

70  Government Direction, Management and Control

74  General Government Services

9430  Salary Increases and Other Benefits

DIRECT STATE SERVICES

05-9430     Salary Increases and Other Benefits

                       ................................................. [$24,370,000]

 

$6,344,000

         Total Direct State Services Appropriation,

             Salary Increases and Other Benefits           

             ............................................... [$24,370,000]

 

 

$6,344,000

Direct State Services:

 

 

05      Salary Increases and Other Benefits ..

            ................................[ ($24,370,000)]

 

($6,344,000)

 

 

       Inter-Departmental Accounts, Total State

          Appropriation ......................................... [$24,370,000]

 

$6,344,000

 

98  THE JUDICIARY

10  Public Safety and Criminal Justice

15  Judicial Services

DIRECT STATE SERVICES

05-9730 Family Courts ............................... [$64,718,000]

$57,718,000

         Total Direct State Services Appropriation,

             Judicial Services .................... [$64,718,000]

 

$57,718,000

Direct State Services:

 

 

   Personal Services:

 

 

       Judges ........................... [($64,718,000)]

($57,718,000)

 

 

       The Judiciary, Total State

           Appropriation ........................................ [$64,718,000]

 

$57,718,000

 

      Total Appropriation,

          All State Funds ................................. [$9,593,851,000]

 

$8,865,959,000

 

     2.    Section 15 of P.L.2009, c.68, the annual appropriations act for State fiscal year 2010, is amended to read as follows:

     15.  Notwithstanding any provisions in this act or the provisions of any law or regulation to the contrary, no unexpended balances at the end of the preceding fiscal year are appropriated without the approval of the Director of the Division of Budget and Accounting, except that the Legislative Branch of State government shall be exempt from this provision; provided, however, that the director may deappropriate any such unexpended balances at any time during the fiscal year.  The Director of the Division of Budget and Accounting shall notify the Legislative Budget and Finance Officer of those instances in which unexpended balances are not appropriated pursuant to this section.

(cf: P.L.2009, c.68, s.15)

 

     3.  In addition to the amounts appropriated under P.L.2009, c.68, the annual appropriations act for State fiscal year 2010, there are appropriated out of the General Fund the following sums for the purposes specified:

 

34  DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

30  Educational, Cultural, and Intellectual Development

31  Direct Educational Services and Assistance

STATE AID

Notwithstanding the provisions of any law or regulation to the contrary, any reduction in an appropriation for State aid made pursuant to               P.L.    , c.   (pending before the Legislature as this bill) shall not necessitate an adjustment to any State school aid withholding made by the Department of Education pursuant to Executive Order #14 of 2010.

 

42  DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

40  Community Development and Environmental Management

42  Natural Resource Management

GRANTS-IN-AID

In addition to the amount hereinabove appropriated for Parks Management, an amount not to exceed $10,000,000 is appropriated from the Shade Tree and Community Forest Preservation License Plate Fund, established pursuant to section 12 of P.L.1996, c.135 (C.39:3-27.81), for the operation and maintenance of State parks and forests.

 

43  Science and Technical Programs

GRANTS-IN-AID

Of the amounts hereinabove for the Stormwater Management Grants program and Watershed Restoration Projects, such sums as are necessary may be transferred to the Water Resources Monitoring and Planning – Constitutional Dedication special purpose account, subject to the approval of the Director of the Division of Budget and Accounting.

 

     46  DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SENIOR SERVICES

20  Physical and Mental Health

26  Senior Services

 

 

GRANTS-IN-AID

 

22-4275 Medical Services for the Aged .........................................

$79,582,000

 

24-4275 Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and Disabled ……

   3,697,000

 

     Total Grants-in-Aid Appropriation, Senior Services .......

$83,279,000

 

Grants-in-Aid:

 

 

 

22     Medical Day Care Services .....................

($20,498,000)

 

 

22     Payments for Medical Assistance

             Recipients – Nursing Homes ...............

 

(43,972,000)

 

 

22     Global Budget for Long Term Care .........

(15,112,000)

 

 

24     Senior Gold Prescription Discount

             Program ……………………………..

 

(3,697,000)

 

 

       Department of Health and Senior Services, Total

          State Appropriation .....................................................

 

 

 

$83,279,000

 

54  DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

20  Physical and Mental Health

23  Mental Health Services

DIRECT STATE SERVICES

10-7710  Patient Care and Health Services ..............

$11,062,000

     Total Direct State Services Appropriation,

        Mental Health Services ………………...

 

$11,062,000

Direct State Services:

 

 

     Personal Services

 

 

         Salaries and Wages .................

($6,669,000)

 

     Materials and Supplies ................

(4,393,000)

 

 

 

7700  Division of Mental Health Services

STATE AID

08-7700 Community Services .......................................

$26,626,000

     Total State Aid Appropriation, Division of

        Mental Health Services ...............................

 

$26,626,000

State Aid:

 

 

08     Support of Patients in County

            Psychiatric Hospitals ..............

 

($26,626,000)

 

 

 

24  Special Health Services

7540  Division of Medical Assistance and Health Services

GRANTS-IN-AID

22-7540 General Medical Services .............................................

$218,500,000

        Total Grants-in-Aid Appropriation, Division of

           Medical Assistance and Health Service  ..............

 

$218,500,000

Grants-in-Aid:

 

 

22      Managed Care Initiative ..........................

($24,209,000)

 

22      Payments for Medical Assistance

             Recipients -- Medicare Premiums ........

 

(93,750,000)

 

22     General Assistance Medical Services ......

(100,541,000)

 

 

27  Disability Services

7545  Division of Disability Services

GRANTS-IN-AID

27-7545 Disability Services ....................................................

$11,932,000

        Total Grants-in-Aid Appropriation, Division of

            Disability Services  ..........................................

 

$11,932,000

Grants-in-Aid:

 

 

27      Payments for Medical Assistance

             Recipients – Personal Care .................

 

($11,932,000)

 

 

50  Economic Planning, Development, and Security

53  Economic Assistance and Security

7550  Division of Family Development

STATE AID

15-7550  Income Maintenance Management ..............................

$14,321,000

     Total State Aid Appropriation, Division of Family

        Development .........................................................

 

$14,321,000

State Aid:

 

 

15       Payments for Cost of General Assistance  .

($992,000)

 

15       General Assistance Emergency

               Assistance Program ............................

 

(3,338,000)

 

15       Payments for Supplemental Security

                Income ..............................................

 

(9,947,000)

 

15      State Supplemental Security Income

             Administrative Fee to SSA ..............

 

(44,000)

 

 

       Department of Human Services, Total State

          Appropriation ...............................................................

 

 

 

$282,441,000

 

66  DEPARTMENT OF LAW AND PUBLIC SAFETY

10  Public Safety and Criminal Justice

12  Law Enforcement

DIRECT STATE SERVICES

06-1200   State Police Operations ............................................

$3,750,000

      Total Direct State Services Appropriation, Law

         Enforcement ..........................................................

 

$3,750,000

Direct State Services:

 

 

     Personal Services

 

 

         Salaries and Wages ..................................

($3,750,000)

 

 

       Department of Law and Public Safety, Total

           State Appropriation .................................................

 

 

 

$3,750,000

 

 

74  DEPARTMENT OF STATE

30  Educational, Cultural, and Intellectual Development

36  Higher Educational Services

2405  Higher Education Student Assistance Authority

GRANTS-IN-AID

45-2405   Student Assistance Programs .....................................

$3,411,000

      Total Grants-in-Aid Appropriation, Higher Education

         Student Assistance Authority  ................................

 

$3,411,000

Grants-in-Aid:

 

 

45       Part-Time Tuition Aid Grants for County

               Colleges ............................................

 

($2,496,000)

 

45       New Jersey Student Tuition Assistance

               Reward Scholarship (NJSTARS I & II)

 

(915,000)

 

 

       Department of State, Total State Appropriation ....................

 

 

$3,411,000

 

 

78  DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

60  Transportation Programs

61  State and Local Highway Facilities

DIRECT STATE SERVICES

06-6100  Maintenance and Operations .........................................

$29,503,000

      Total Direct State Services Appropriation, State

                  and Local Highway Facilities ........................

 

$29,503,000

Direct State Services:

 

 

       Maintenance and Fixed Charges .................

($29,503,000)

 

 

       Department of Transportation, Total State

          Appropriation ..................................................................

 

 

 

$29,503,000

 

82 DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

70  Government Direction, Management, and Control

75  State Subsidies and Financial Aid

STATE AID

28-2078 County Boards of Taxation .........................................

$125,000

      Total State Aid Appropriation, State Subsidies and

               Financial Aid ..................................................

 

$125,000

State Aid:

 

 

28    County Boards of Taxation .......................

($125,000)

 

 

       Department of the Treasury, Total State

          Appropriation ............................................................

 

 

 

$125,000

 

 

94 INTER-DEPARTMENTAL ACCOUNTS

70  Government Direction, Management and Control

74  General Government Services

DIRECT STATE SERVICES

01-9400 Property Rentals .............................................................

$20,000,000

         Total Direct State Services Appropriation, General

                Government Services ......................................

 

$20,000,000

Direct State Services:

 

 

       Property Rentals

 

 

01      Existing and Anticipated Leases .............

($20,000,000)

 

 

       Inter-Departmental Accounts, Total State

          Appropriation .................................................................

 

 

 

$20,000,000

 

 

       Total Appropriation, General Fund ………………..……

$422,509,000

       Total Appropriation, All State Funds ...............................

 

$422,509,000

 

 

     4.  Upon certification by the Director of the Division of Budget and Accounting in the Department of the Treasury that federal funds to support the expenditures listed below are available, the following sum is appropriated:

 

FEDERAL FUNDS

16  DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

50  Economic Planning, Development, and Security

55  Social Services Programs

01-1610

Child Protective and Permanency Services .......

$32,000,000

 

     Total Appropriation, Social Services

          Programs .................................................

 

           $32,000,000

 

Personal Services:

 

 

   Salaries and Wages ............

($32,000,000)

 

 

       Total Appropriation, Federal Funds ...................................

 

$32,000,000

       Grand Total Appropriation, All Funds ...............................

 

$454,509,000

 

     5.  Notwithstanding any provision of law or P.L.2009, c.68, the fiscal year 2010 appropriations act to the contrary, the following appropriations in the amounts specified are deappropriated and the amounts so deappropriated shall be considered as part of the General Fund balance and are available for appropriation for any other purpose: Housing Demonstration Program: $2,668,000; Neighborhood Preservation Program: $499,000, State Rental Assistance Program: $12,000,000; School District Deficit Relief: $2,040,000; Infant Mortality Reduction Program: $401,000; New Jersey Emergency Medical Services Helicopter Response Program: $485,000; Energy Efficiency – Statewide Projects: $10,000,000; New Jersey Builders’ Utilization for Labor Diversity: $1,500,000; Public Area Furniture Contingency – Justice Complex: $31,000; Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness: $84,000; Professional Campaign Fund Raiser Register: $11,000; Lobbying Annual Fees: $346,000; New Home Owner’s Warranty: $149,000; Residential Warranty Corporation: $196,000; Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Program: $8,000,000; Motor Vehicle Services: $14,899,000; Drug Abuse Education Fund: $457,000; Retail Margin Fund: $134,000,000; and New Jersey Public Records Preservation: $13,400,000.

 

     6.    Notwithstanding any provision of law or regulation to the contrary, there may be transferred from the Clean Energy Fund to the General Fund as State revenue an amount not in excess of $158,000,000, subject to the approval of the Director of the Division of Budget and Accounting.

 

     7.    Notwithstanding any provision of law or regulation to the contrary, there may be transferred from the Spinal Cord Research Fund, P.L.1999, c.201, to the General Fund as State revenue an amount not in excess of $5,150,000, subject to the approval of the Director of the Division of Budget and Accounting.

 

     8.    Notwithstanding any provision of law or regulation to the contrary, there may be transferred from surplus balances in the Enterprise Zone Assistance Fund to the General Fund as State revenue an amount not in excess of $78,117,512, subject to the approval of the Director of the Division of Budget and Accounting.

 

     9.  Notwithstanding any provision of law or regulation to the contrary, there may be transferred from the various accounts established pursuant to section 4 of P.L. 2008, c.22 in the Long Term Obligation and Capital Expenditure Fund to the General Fund as State revenue an amount not in excess of $103,730,332, subject to the approval of the Director of the Division of Budget and Accounting.

 

     10.  Notwithstanding any provision of law or regulation to the contrary, there may be transferred from the State Disability Benefits Fund to the General Fund as State revenue an amount not in excess of $25,000,000, subject to the approval of the Director of the Division of Budget and Accounting.

 

     11.  This act shall take effect immediately.

 

 

STATEMENT

 

     This bill amends and supplements the Fiscal Year 2009-2010 appropriations act, making State and federal supplemental appropriations totaling $454,509,000, reducing enacted appropriations by $727,892,000, and amending and supplementing various language provisions affecting appropriations.


     The supplemental appropriations of State funds are as follows:

     Department of Health and Senior Services:  The bill appropriates a total of $83,279,000 in Grants-in-Aid funding for the following purposes:  1) $20,498,000 appropriation for Medical Day Care Services for higher than expected caseloads and lower than projected savings from anti-fraud initiatives;  2) $43,972,000 appropriation for Payment for Medical Assistance Recipients – Nursing Homes to offset lower than expected federal resources from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009;  3) $15,112,000 appropriation for Global Budget for Long Term Care for higher than expected caseloads; and 4) $3,697,000 appropriation for Senior Gold Prescription Discount Program for higher than expected caseloads.

     Department of Human Services:  The bill appropriates a total of $282,441,000 in State funds for the following purposes:  1) $11,062,000 in Direct State Services appropriations for Patient Care and Health Services to five psychiatric hospitals to provide funding for salary and fuel and utilities shortfalls at the various institutions; 2) $26,626,000 State Aid for Support of Patients in County Psychiatric Hospitals due to increased caseloads and unrealized savings from a federal waiver that was not approved;  3) $24,209,000 grant appropriation for Managed Care Initiative for a projected shortfall due to higher than expected caseloads and a capitation rate increase that was higher than budgeted;  4) $93,750,000 grant appropriation for Payments for Medical Assistance Recipients – Medicare Premiums for anticipated federal reimbursements for incorrect Medicaid billings that were not received;   5) $100,541,000 grant appropriation for General Assistance Medical Services for delayed implementation of an initiative to receive federal Medicaid match on payments to General Assistance beneficiaries ($78,175,000) and increased caseloads ($22,366,000);  6) $11,932,000 grant appropriation for Payments for Medical Assistance Recipients – Personal Care for increased caseloads; and 7) $14,321,000 in State Aid appropriations for four Income Maintenance Management State aid accounts for increased caseloads.

     Department of Law and Public Safety:  This bill appropriates $3,750,000 in Direct State Services funding for State Police Operations to offset a shortfall in Vehicle Rental Surcharge collections used to support Salaries and Wages.

     Department of State: This bill appropriates a total of $3,411,000 in Grants-in-Aid to support scholarships for county college students due to increased applications from eligible students for Part-Time Tuition Aid Grants for County Colleges ($2,496,000) and New Jersey Tuition Assistance Reward Scholarship (NJSTARS I and II) ($915,000).

     Department of Transportation: This bill appropriates $29,503,000 in Direct State Services funding to support incurred snow removal costs.

     Department of Treasury: This bill appropriates $125,000 for State Aid to County Boards of Taxation to provide for increased appointments to the boards.

     Inter-Departmental Accounts: The bill appropriates Direct State Services funding of $20,000,000 for Property Rentals to offset anticipated savings from lease negotiations that were not achieved.

 

     The supplemental appropriation of federal funds is as follows:                       

     Department of Children and Families:   The bill appropriates a $32 million increase in fiscal 2009 federal spending authorization for Title IV-E Foster Care beyond the amount anticipated in P.L.2008, c.35, the Fiscal Year 2009 appropriations act.

 

     The supplements or amendments to various language provisions are as follows:

     Department of Education:  A language provision clarifies that the decreased appropriation for State school aid included in this bill will not necessitate any adjustment to a school aid withholding made by the Department of Education pursuant to Executive Order #14.

     Department of Environmental Protection:  

     1)  A language provision appropriates $10,000,000 from the Shade Tree and Community Forest Preservation License Plate Fund for operation and maintenance of State parks and forests.

     2)  A language provision permits transfer of 4% Corporation Business Tax dedication balances from the Stormwater Management Grants and the Watershed Restoration Projects Grants-in-Aid accounts to the Water Resources Monitoring and Planning – Constitutional Dedication special purpose account.

 

     General Language Provisions affecting Appropriations and Revenues:

     1)  Authorizes the Director of the Division of Budget and Accounting to deappropriate, at any time during the fiscal year, any unexpended balances (also known as carry forward balances) from the end of the preceding fiscal year.

     2)  Deappropriates a total of $201,166,000 from various dedicated accounts and makes the deappropriated amounts available to the General Fund for appropriation for any other purpose.

     3)  Permits transfer of surplus balances up to $158,000,000 from the Clean Energy Fund to the General Fund.

     4) Permits transfer of surplus balances up to $5,150,000 from the New Jersey Spinal Cord Research Fund to the General Fund.

     5) Permits transfer of surplus balances up to $78,117,512 from the Enterprise Zone Assistance Fund to the General Fund.

     6) Permits transfer of $103,730,332 from surplus balances in the Long Term Obligation and Capital Expenditure Fund to the General Fund.

     7)  Permits transfer of $25,000,000 from surplus balances in the State Disability Benefits Fund to the General Fund.

 

     The reductions in enacted appropriations are as follows:

     Department of Children and Families: Grants in Aid totaling: $19,452,000.

     Department of Corrections: Direct State Services totaling: $9,716,000.

     Department of Education: State Aid totaling: $544,011,000.

     Department of the Treasury: State Aid and Grants-in-Aid totaling: $129,687,000.

     Inter-Departmental Accounts: Direct State Services totaling: $18,026,000

     The Judiciary: Direct State Services totaling: $7,000,000.