Connecticut Seal

General Assembly

Amendment

 

February Session, 2014

LCO No. 5208

   
 

*HB0559605208HRO*

Offered by:

 

REP. CAFERO, 142nd Dist.

SEN. MCKINNEY, 28th Dist.

REP. KLARIDES, 114th Dist.

REP. CANDELORA, 86th Dist.

SEN. FASANO, 34th Dist.

REP. WILLIAMS, 68th Dist.

SEN. FRANTZ, 36th Dist.

REP. MINER, 66th Dist.

SEN. KANE, 32nd Dist.

To: House Bill No. 5596

File No.

Cal. No. 504

"AN ACT MAKING ADJUSTMENTS TO STATE EXPENDITURES AND REVENUES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2015. "

Strike everything after the enacting clause and substitute the following in lieu thereof:

"Section 1. (Effective July 1, 2014) The amounts appropriated for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015, in section 1 of public act 13-247 regarding the GENERAL FUND are amended to read as follows:

T1

 

2014-2015

 

T2

LEGISLATIVE

   

T3

     

T4

LEGISLATIVE MANAGEMENT

   

T5

Personal Services

[50,395,341]

50,200,198

T6

Other Expenses

[17,168,117]

17,034,527

T7

Equipment

50,100

 

T8

Flag Restoration

75,000

 

T9

Interim Salary/Caucus Offices

495,478

 

T10

Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering

400,000

 

T11

Old State House

581,500

 

T12

Interstate Conference Fund

399,080

 

T13

New England Board of Higher Education

202,584

 

T14

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[295,053]

326,976

T15

AGENCY TOTAL

[70,062,253]

69,765,443

T16

     

T17

AUDITORS OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS

   

T18

Personal Services

[11,860,523]

11,825,310

T19

Other Expenses

[439,153]

427,450

T20

Equipment

10,000

 

T21

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[69,637]

69,610

T22

AGENCY TOTAL

[12,379,313]

12,332,370

T23

     

T24

COMMISSION ON AGING

   

T25

Personal Services

[417,627]

416,393

T26

Other Expenses

[38,848]

38,236

T27

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[2,499]

3,451

T28

AGENCY TOTAL

[458,974]

458,080

T29

     

T30

PERMANENT COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN

   

T31

Personal Services

[543,032]

541,016

T32

Other Expenses

[57,117]

56,464

T33

Equipment

1,000

 

T34

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[3,588]

3,411

T35

AGENCY TOTAL

[604,737]

601,891

T36

     

T37

COMMISSION ON CHILDREN

   

T38

Personal Services

[670,356]

668,389

T39

Other Expenses

[77,055]

75,932

T40

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[5,062]

4,753

T41

AGENCY TOTAL

[752,473]

749,074

T42

     

T43

LATINO AND PUERTO RICAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION

   

T44

Personal Services

[419,433]

418,191

T45

Other Expenses

[28,144]

27,290

T46

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[2,457]

2,186

T47

AGENCY TOTAL

[450,034]

447,667

T48

     

T49

AFRICAN-AMERICAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION

   

T50

Personal Services

[273,642]

272,829

T51

Other Expenses

[25,684]

25,278

T52

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[1,551]

1,609

T53

AGENCY TOTAL

[300,877]

299,716

T54

     

T55

ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION

   

T56

Personal Services

[179,683]

179,155

T57

Other Expenses

[15,038]

14,330

T58

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[2,678]

36

T59

AGENCY TOTAL

[197,399]

193,521

T60

     

T61

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

   

T62

     

T63

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

   

T64

Personal Services

[2,328,660]

2,312,033

T65

Other Expenses

[216,646]

213,963

T66

Equipment

1

 

T67

New England Governors' Conference

113,289

 

T68

National Governors' Association

134,899

 

T69

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[9,030]

9,234

T70

AGENCY TOTAL

[2,802,525]

2,783,419

T71

     

T72

SECRETARY OF THE STATE

   

T73

Personal Services

[2,865,243]

2,845,820

T74

Other Expenses

[1,424,207]

1,394,836

T75

Equipment

1

 

T76

Commercial Recording Division

[5,533,021]

5,339,580

T77

Board of Accountancy

[282,167]

281,025

T78

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[34,060]

22,450

T79

AGENCY TOTAL

[10,138,699]

9,883,712

T80

     

T81

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

   

T82

Personal Services

642,515

 

T83

Other Expenses

[74,133]

73,215

T84

Equipment

1

 

T85

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[3,409]

3,090

T86

AGENCY TOTAL

[720,058]

718,821

T87

     

T88

STATE TREASURER

   

T89

Personal Services

[3,651,385]

3,626,114

T90

Other Expenses

[166,264]

164,205

T91

Equipment

1

 

T92

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[22,203]

22,567

T93

AGENCY TOTAL

[3,839,853]

3,812,887

T94

     

T95

STATE COMPTROLLER

   

T96

Personal Services

[24,043,551]

23,879,684

T97

Other Expenses

[4,141,958]

4,089,423

T98

Equipment

1

 

T99

Governmental Accounting Standards Board

19,570

 

T100

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[148,923]

150,072

T101

AGENCY TOTAL

[28,354,003]

28,138,750

T102

     

T103

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE SERVICES

   

T104

Personal Services

[60,513,194]

59,823,459

T105

Other Expenses

[7,704,801]

7,588,265

T106

Equipment

1

 

T107

Collection and Litigation Contingency Fund

94,294

 

T108

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[326,251]

290,712

T109

AGENCY TOTAL

[68,638,541]

67,796,731

T110

     

T111

OFFICE OF GOVERNMENTAL ACCOUNTABILITY

   

T112

Personal Services

800,028

 

T113

Other Expenses

[78,188]

77,220

T114

Equipment

1

 

T115

Child Fatality Review Panel

101,255

 

T116

Information Technology Initiatives

31,588

 

T117

Citizens' Election Fund Admin

[1,956,136]

1,948,699

T118

Elections Enforcement Commission

[1,497,138]

1,491,161

T119

Office of State Ethics

[1,511,748]

1,505,762

T120

Freedom of Information Commission

[1,663,840]

1,657,036

T121

Contracting Standards Board

[170,000]

222,263

T122

Judicial Review Council

140,863

 

T123

Judicial Selection Commission

89,956

 

T124

Office of the Child Advocate

[524,747]

522,593

T125

Office of the Victim Advocate

[445,172]

443,338

T126

Board of Firearms Permit Examiners

85,591

 

T127

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[41,375]

53,196

T128

AGENCY TOTAL

[9,137,626]

9,170,550

T129

     

T130

OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT

   

T131

Personal Services

[11,962,512]

11,880,031

T132

Other Expenses

[1,817,001]

1,790,783

T133

Equipment

1

 

T134

Automated Budget System and Data Base Link

49,706

 

T135

Cash Management Improvement Act

91

 

T136

Justice Assistance Grants

[1,078,704]

1,074,151

T137

Innovation Challenge Grant Program

[375,000]

 

T138

Criminal Justice Information System

482,700

 

T139

Youth Services Prevention

3,500,000

 

T140

Regional Planning Agencies

[475,000]

 

T141

Reimbursement to Towns for Loss of Taxes on State Property

73,641,646

 

T142

Reimbursements to Towns for Private Tax-Exempt Property

115,431,737

 

T143

Reimbursement Property Tax - Disability Exemption

400,000

 

T144

Distressed Municipalities

5,800,000

 

T145

Property Tax Relief Elderly Circuit Breaker

20,505,900

 

T146

Property Tax Relief Elderly Freeze Program

[235,000]

171,400

T147

Property Tax Relief for Veterans

2,970,098

 

T148

Focus Deterrence

475,000

 

T149

Municipal Aid Adjustment

3,608,728

 

T150

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

 

58,947

T151

AGENCY TOTAL

[242,808,824]

241,840,919

T152

     

T153

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS

   

T154

Personal Services

[23,055,692]

22,898,344

T155

Other Expenses

[5,607,850]

5,241,629

T156

Equipment

1

 

T157

Support Services for Veterans

180,500

 

T158

SSMF Administration

 

635,000

T159

Burial Expenses

7,200

 

T160

Headstones

332,500

 

T161

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[137,388]

121,794

T162

AGENCY TOTAL

[29,321,131]

29,416,968

T163

     

T164

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

   

T165

Personal Services

[51,845,696]

51,494,846

T166

Other Expenses

[38,408,346]

37,745,706

T167

Equipment

1

 

T168

Tuition Reimbursement - Training and Travel

382,000

 

T169

Labor - Management Fund

75,000

 

T170

Management Services

4,753,809

 

T171

Loss Control Risk Management

114,854

 

T172

Employees' Review Board

22,210

 

T173

Surety Bonds for State Officials and Employees

5,600

 

T174

Quality of Work-Life

350,000

 

T175

Refunds Of Collections

25,723

 

T176

Rents and Moving

[12,100,447]

11,981,079

T177

Capitol Day Care Center

120,888

 

T178

W. C. Administrator

5,250,000

 

T179

Connecticut Education Network

3,291,857

 

T180

State Insurance and Risk Mgmt Operations

13,345,386

 

T181

IT Services

[13,849,251]

13,666,539

T182

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[729,894]

307,682

T183

AGENCY TOTAL

[144,670,962]

142,933,180

T184

     

T185

ATTORNEY GENERAL

   

T186

Personal Services

[33,015,870]

32,790,529

T187

Other Expenses

[1,139,319]

1,125,185

T188

Equipment

1

 

T189

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[209,407]

190,510

T190

AGENCY TOTAL

[34,364,597]

34,106,225

T191

     

T192

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

   

T193

Personal Services

[47,166,648]

46,844,236

T194

Other Expenses

[2,449,701]

2,419,207

T195

Equipment

1

 

T196

Witness Protection

200,000

 

T197

Training And Education

51,000

 

T198

Expert Witnesses

350,000

 

T199

Medicaid Fraud Control

[1,471,890]

1,465,882

T200

Criminal Justice Commission

481

 

T201

Cold Case Unit

264,844

 

T202

Shooting Taskforce

[1,066,178]

1,061,910

T203

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[293,139]

294,626

T204

AGENCY TOTAL

[53,313,882]

52,952,187

T205

     

T206

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

   

T207

     

T208

DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY SERVICES AND PUBLIC PROTECTION

   

T209

Personal Services

[132,850,282]

127,363,200

T210

Other Expenses

[26,289,428]

25,917,034

T211

Equipment

93,990

 

T212

Stress Reduction

[23,354]

25,354

T213

Fleet Purchase

[5,692,090]

6,877,690

T214

Workers' Compensation Claims

4,238,787

 

T215

Fire Training School - Willimantic

153,709

 

T216

Maintenance of County Base Fire Radio Network

23,918

 

T217

Maintenance of State-Wide Fire Radio Network

15,919

 

T218

Police Association of Connecticut

190,000

 

T219

Connecticut State Firefighter's Association

194,711

 

T220

Fire Training School - Torrington

77,299

 

T221

Fire Training School - New Haven

45,946

 

T222

Fire Training School - Derby

35,283

 

T223

Fire Training School - Wolcott

95,154

 

T224

Fire Training School - Fairfield

66,876

 

T225

Fire Training School - Hartford

160,870

 

T226

Fire Training School - Middletown

56,101

 

T227

Fire Training School - Stamford

52,661

 

T228

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[678,000]

34,914

T229

AGENCY TOTAL

[171,034,378]

165,719,416

T230

     

T231

DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES

   

T232

Personal Services

244,342

 

T233

Other Expenses

[194,722]

192,365

T234

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[755]

579

T235

AGENCY TOTAL

[439,819]

437,286

T236

     

T237

MILITARY DEPARTMENT

   

T238

Personal Services

[3,130,954]

3,109,767

T239

Other Expenses

[2,993,728]

2,908,658

T240

Equipment

1

 

T241

Honor Guards

[471,526]

469,533

T242

Veteran's Service Bonuses

[172,000]

72,000

T243

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[19,610]

19,068

T244

AGENCY TOTAL

[6,787,819]

6,579,027

T245

     

T246

DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION

   

T247

Personal Services

[15,464,846]

15,358,891

T248

Other Expenses

[1,193,900]

1,166,115

T249

Equipment

1

 

T250

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[97,562]

87,970

T251

AGENCY TOTAL

[16,756,309]

16,612,977

T252

     

T253

LABOR DEPARTMENT

   

T254

Personal Services

[8,839,335]

8,678,598

T255

Other Expenses

[964,324]

952,381

T256

Equipment

1

 

T257

CETC Workforce

[770,595]

767,367

T258

Workforce Investment Act

28,481,350

 

T259

Job Funnels Projects

853,750

 

T260

Connecticut's Youth Employment Program

4,500,000

 

T261

Jobs First Employment Services

[18,660,859]

18,581,271

T262

STRIDE

590,000

 

T263

Apprenticeship Program

[618,019]

565,501

T264

Spanish-American Merchants Association

570,000

 

T265

Connecticut Career Resource Network

160,054

 

T266

21st Century Jobs

[429,178]

 

T267

Incumbent Worker Training

[377,500]

806,678

T268

STRIVE

270,000

 

T269

Intensive Support Services

304,000

 

T270

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[76,564]

142,031

T271

AGENCY TOTAL

[66,465,529]

66,222,982

T272

     

T273

COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

   

T274

Personal Services

[5,934,143]

5,687,814

T275

Other Expenses

[302,837]

299,055

T276

Equipment

1

 

T277

Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission

6,318

 

T278

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[39,012]

26,072

T279

AGENCY TOTAL

[6,282,311]

6,019,260

T280

     

T281

PROTECTION AND ADVOCACY FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

   

T282

Personal Services

[2,278,257]

2,262,291

T283

Other Expenses

[203,190]

200,674

T284

Equipment

1

 

T285

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[10,351]

9,815

T286

AGENCY TOTAL

[2,491,799]

2,472,781

T287

     

T288

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

   

T289

     

T290

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

   

T291

Personal Services

[3,767,095]

3,741,285

T292

Other Expenses

[652,045]

643,103

T293

Equipment

1

 

T294

Vibrio Bacterium Program

1

 

T295

Senior Food Vouchers

363,016

 

T296

Environmental Conservation

[85,500]

 

T297

Collection of Agricultural Statistics

975

 

T298

Tuberculosis and Brucellosis Indemnity

855

 

T299

Fair Testing

3,838

 

T300

WIC Coupon Program for Fresh Produce

174,886

 

T301

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[21,028]

21,098

T302

AGENCY TOTAL

[5,069,240]

4,949,058

T303

     

T304

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

   

T305

Personal Services

[31,668,528]

31,867,833

T306

Other Expenses

[3,820,422]

4,009,978

T307

Equipment

1

 

T308

Stream Gaging

189,583

 

T309

Mosquito Control

262,547

 

T310

State Superfund Site Maintenance

514,046

 

T311

Laboratory Fees

161,794

 

T312

Dam Maintenance

138,760

 

T313

Emergency Spill Response

[7,538,207]

7,007,403

T314

Solid Waste Management

[3,957,608]

3,941,419

T315

Underground Storage Tank

[999,911]

995,885

T316

Clean Air

[4,586,375]

4,567,543

T317

Environmental Conservation

[9,466,633]

9,427,480

T318

Environmental Quality

[10,327,745]

10,055,366

T319

Pheasant Stocking Account

160,000

 

T320

Greenways Account

2

 

T321

Conservation Districts & Soil and Water Councils

300,000

 

T322

Interstate Environmental Commission

48,783

 

T323

Agreement USGS - Hydrological Study

147,683

 

T324

New England Interstate Water Pollution Commission

28,827

 

T325

Northeast Interstate Forest Fire Compact

3,295

 

T326

Connecticut River Valley Flood Control Commission

32,395

 

T327

Thames River Valley Flood Control Commission

48,281

 

T328

Agreement USGS-Water Quality Stream Monitoring

204,641

 

T329

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[289,533]

350,505

T330

AGENCY TOTAL

[74,895,600]

74,464,050

T331

     

T332

COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

   

T333

Personal Services

170,396

 

T334

Other Expenses

[1,812]

1,789

T335

Equipment

1

 

T336

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

 

944

T337

AGENCY TOTAL

[172,209]

173,130

T338

     

T339

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

   

T340

Personal Services

[8,229,087]

8,172,510

T341

Other Expenses

[586,717]

567,717

T342

Equipment

1

 

T343

Statewide Marketing

[12,000,000]

5,000,000

T344

Small Business Incubator Program

387,093

 

T345

Hartford Urban Arts Grant

359,776

 

T346

New Britain Arts Council

71,956

 

T347

Main Street Initiatives

162,450

 

T348

Office of Military Affairs

[430,834]

250,000

T349

Hydrogen/Fuel Cell Economy

175,000

 

T350

CCAT-CT Manufacturing Supply Chain

732,256

 

T351

Capitol Region Development Authority

[6,170,145]

8,964,370

T352

Neighborhood Music School

50,000

 

T353

Nutmeg Games

24,000

 

T354

Discovery Museum

359,776

 

T355

National Theatre for the Deaf

143,910

 

T356

CONNSTEP

588,382

 

T357

Development Research and Economic Assistance

137,902

 

T358

CT Trust for Historic Preservation

199,876

 

T359

Connecticut Science Center

599,073

 

T360

CT Flagship Producing Theaters Grant

475,000

 

T361

Women's Business Center

500,000

 

T362

Performing Arts Centers

1,439,104

 

T363

Performing Theaters Grant

452,857

 

T364

Arts Commission

1,797,830

 

T365

Greater Hartford Arts Council

89,943

 

T366

Stepping Stones Museum for Children

42,079

 

T367

Maritime Center Authority

504,949

 

T368

Tourism Districts

1,435,772

 

T369

Amistad Committee for the Freedom Trail

45,000

 

T370

Amistad Vessel

359,776

 

T371

New Haven Festival of Arts and Ideas

757,423

 

T372

New Haven Arts Council

89,943

 

T373

Beardsley Zoo

372,539

 

T374

Mystic Aquarium

589,106

 

T375

Quinebaug Tourism

39,457

 

T376

Northwestern Tourism

39,457

 

T377

Eastern Tourism

39,457

 

T378

Central Tourism

39,457

 

T379

Twain/Stowe Homes

90,890

 

T380

[Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County]Cultural Alliance of Fairfield

89,943

 

T381

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[50,013]

39,501

T382

AGENCY TOTAL

[40,748,229]

36,275,531

T383

     

T384

DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING

   

T385

Personal Services

[1,969,658]

1,955,955

T386

Other Expenses

[140,000]

173,266

T387

Elderly Rental Registry and Counselors

1,058,144

 

T388

Fair Housing

293,313

 

T389

Main Street Investment Fund Administration

[71,250]

 

T390

Tax Relief For Elderly Renters

[24,860,000]

28,409,269

T391

Subsidized Assisted Living Demonstration

2,345,000

 

T392

Congregate Facilities Operation Costs

7,784,420

 

T393

Housing Assistance and Counseling Program

438,500

 

T394

Elderly Congregate Rent Subsidy

2,162,504

 

T395

Housing/Homeless Services

[63,440,480]

62,840,480

T396

Tax Abatement

1,444,646

 

T397

Payment In Lieu Of Taxes

1,873,400

 

T398

Housing/Homeless Services - Municipality

640,398

 

T399

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[7,043]

511,608

T400

AGENCY TOTAL

[108,528,756]

111,930,903

T401

     

T402

AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION

   

T403

Personal Services

[6,293,102]

6,250,427

T404

Other Expenses

[901,360]

1,000,197

T405

Equipment

1

 

T406

Mosquito Control

[490,203]

488,200

T407

Wildlife Disease Prevention

93,062

 

T408

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[43,362]

44,302

T409

AGENCY TOTAL

[7,821,090]

7,876,189

T410

     

T411

HEALTH AND HOSPITALS

   

T412

     

T413

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

   

T414

Personal Services

[34,383,489]

34,135,421

T415

Other Expenses

[6,771,619]

6,690,240

T416

Equipment

1

 

T417

Needle and Syringe Exchange Program

459,416

 

T418

Children's Health Initiatives

[2,065,957]

2,057,286

T419

Childhood Lead Poisoning

72,362

 

T420

Aids Services

4,975,686

 

T421

Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection and Treatment

[2,222,917]

2,213,575

T422

Children with Special Health Care Needs

1,220,505

 

T423

Medicaid Administration

[2,784,617]

2,773,467

T424

Fetal and Infant Mortality Review

19,000

 

T425

Immunization Services

31,361,117

 

T426

Community Health Services

5,855,796

 

T427

Rape Crisis

422,008

 

T428

X-Ray Screening and Tuberculosis Care

1,195,148

 

T429

Genetic Diseases Programs

795,427

 

T430

Local and District Departments of Health

[4,669,173]

4,678,031

T431

Venereal Disease Control

187,362

 

T432

School Based Health Clinics

12,638,716

 

T433

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[147,102]

123,341

T434

AGENCY TOTAL

[112,247,418]

111,873,905

T435

     

T436

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER

   

T437

Personal Services

[4,674,075]

4,642,229

T438

Other Expenses

[900,443]

889,489

T439

Equipment

19,226

 

T440

Medicolegal Investigations

27,417

 

T441

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[26,603]

23,816

T442

AGENCY TOTAL

[5,647,764]

5,602,177

T443

     

T444

DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES

   

T445

Personal Services

[265,451,852]

261,124,459

T446

Other Expenses

[22,196,100]

21,994,085

T447

Equipment

1

 

T448

Human Resource Development

198,361

 

T449

Family Support Grants

2,860,287

 

T450

Cooperative Placements Program

[24,079,717]

23,982,113

T451

Clinical Services

4,300,720

 

T452

Early Intervention

[37,286,804]

39,186,804

T453

Community Temporary Support Services

60,753

 

T454

Community Respite Care Programs

558,137

 

T455

Workers' Compensation Claims

15,246,035

 

T456

Pilot Program for Autism Services

1,637,528

 

T457

Voluntary Services

[32,376,869]

32,719,305

T458

Supplemental Payments for Medical Services

[5,978,116]

5,278,116

T459

Rent Subsidy Program

5,150,212

 

T460

Family Reunion Program

[121,749]

82,349

T461

Employment Opportunities and Day Services

[222,857,347]

223,857,347

T462

Community Residential Services

[453,647,020]

458,086,020

T463

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[2,500,118]

2,850,913

T464

AGENCY TOTAL

[1,096,507,726]

1,099,173,545

T465

     

T466

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES

   

T467

Personal Services

[193,931,357]

192,414,701

T468

Other Expenses

[28,626,219]

28,570,424

T469

Equipment

1

 

T470

Housing Supports And Services

[16,332,467]

17,432,467

T471

Managed Service System

[57,034,913]

59,034,913

T472

Legal Services

995,819

 

T473

Connecticut Mental Health Center

8,665,721

 

T474

Professional Services

11,788,898

 

T475

General Assistance Managed Care

40,774,875

 

T476

Workers' Compensation Claims

10,594,566

 

T477

Nursing Home Screening

591,645

 

T478

Young Adult Services

[75,866,518]

74,537,055

T479

TBI Community Services

[17,079,532]

16,641,445

T480

Jail Diversion

[4,523,270]

4,504,601

T481

Behavioral Health Medications

6,169,095

 

T482

Prison Overcrowding

[6,727,968]

6,699,982

T483

Medicaid Adult Rehabilitation Option

4,803,175

 

T484

Discharge and Diversion Services

20,062,660

 

T485

Home and Community Based Services

[17,371,852]

16,032,096

T486

Persistent Violent Felony Offenders Act

675,235

 

T487

Nursing Home Contract

485,000

 

T488

Pre-Trial Account

350,000

 

T489

Grants for Substance Abuse Services

17,567,934

 

T490

Grants for Mental Health Services

58,909,714

 

T491

Employment Opportunities

10,522,428

 

T492

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[2,444,140]

2,203,653

T493

AGENCY TOTAL

[612,895,002]

611,028,103

T494

     

T495

PSYCHIATRIC SECURITY REVIEW BOARD

   

T496

Personal Services

252,955

 

T497

Other Expenses

[31,469]

31,079

T498

Equipment

1

 

T499

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[1,126]

1,242

T500

AGENCY TOTAL

[285,551]

285,277

T501

     

T502

HUMAN SERVICES

   

T503

     

T504

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

   

T505

Personal Services

[122,391,148]

131,876,093

T506

Other Expenses

[113,078,216]

128,445,321

T507

Equipment

1

 

T508

Children's Health Council

208,050

 

T509

Genetic Tests in Paternity Actions

 

181,585

T510

State Food Stamp Supplement

725,059

 

T511

HUSKY B Program

[30,540,000]

28,240,000

T512

Medicaid

[2,289,569,579]

2,286,679,579

T513

Old Age Assistance

[39,949,252]

38,849,252

T514

Aid To The Blind

[855,251]

755,251

T515

Aid To The Disabled

[67,961,417]

63,461,417

T516

Temporary Assistance to Families - TANF

[112,058,614]

107,458,614

T517

Emergency Assistance

1

 

T518

Food Stamp Training Expenses

12,000

 

T519

Healthy Start

1,430,311

 

T520

DMHAS-Disproportionate Share

108,935,000

 

T521

Connecticut Home Care Program

[45,584,196]

47,654,196

T522

Human Resource Development-Hispanic Programs

965,739

 

T523

Services To The Elderly

324,737

 

T524

Safety Net Services

2,814,792

 

T525

Transportation for Employment Independence Program

2,028,671

 

T526

Refunds Of Collections

150,000

 

T527

Services for Persons With Disabilities

602,013

 

T528

Nutrition Assistance

479,666

 

T529

Housing/Homeless Services

5,210,676

 

T530

State Administered General Assistance

[17,866,800]

18,966,800

T531

Child Care Quality Enhancements

563,286

 

T532

Connecticut Children's Medical Center

15,579,200

 

T533

Community Services

[1,075,199]

975,199

T534

Human Service Infrastructure Community Action Program

3,453,326

 

T535

Teen Pregnancy Prevention

1,837,378

 

T536

Fatherhood Initiative

[371,656]

566,656

T537

[Child Support Refunds and Reimbursements

181,585]

 

T538

Human Resource Development-Hispanic Programs - Municipality

5,364

 

T539

Teen Pregnancy Prevention - Municipality

137,826

 

T540

Community Services - Municipality

83,761

 

T541

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[35,859,861]

 

T542

AGENCY TOTAL

[3,022,889,631]

2,999,656,820

T543

     

T544

STATE DEPARTMENT ON AGING

   

T545

Personal Services

[2,343,834]

2,432,236

T546

Other Expenses

[195,577]

197,205

T547

Equipment

1

 

T548

Programs for Senior Citizens

6,370,065

 

T549

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[13,675]

19,319

T550

AGENCY TOTAL

[8,923,152]

9,018,826

T551

     

T552

[STATE DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION] DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION SERVICES

   

T553

Personal Services

[6,277,563]

6,662,045

T554

Other Expenses

[1,629,580]

1,616,205

T555

Equipment

1

 

T556

Part-Time Interpreters

[201,522]

1,522

T557

Educational Aid for Blind and Visually Handicapped Children

[3,795,388]

3,945,388

T558

Enhanced Employment Opportunities

653,416

 

T559

Vocational Rehabilitation - Disabled

7,460,892

 

T560

Supplementary Relief and Services

99,749

 

T561

Vocational Rehabilitation - Blind

899,402

 

T562

Special Training for the Deaf Blind

286,581

 

T563

Connecticut Radio Information Service

83,258

 

T564

Employment Opportunities

757,878

 

T565

Independent Living Centers

528,680

 

T566

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[39,821]

277,368

T567

AGENCY TOTAL

[22,713,731]

23,272,385

T568

     

T569

EDUCATION, MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES

   

T570

     

T571

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

   

T572

Personal Services

[18,507,312]

18,859,588

T573

Other Expenses

[3,458,980]

3,416,142

T574

Equipment

1

 

T575

Basic Skills Exam Teachers in Training

[1,255,655]

1,192,872

T576

Teachers' Standards Implementation Program

[2,941,683]

2,794,599

T577

Development of Mastery Exams Grades 4, 6, and 8

[18,971,294]

18,886,122

T578

Primary Mental Health

427,209

 

T579

Leadership, Education, Athletics in Partnership (LEAP)

726,750

 

T580

Adult Education Action

240,687

 

T581

Connecticut Pre-Engineering Program

262,500

 

T582

Connecticut Writing Project

50,000

 

T583

Resource Equity Assessments

168,064

 

T584

Neighborhood Youth Centers

1,271,386

 

T585

Longitudinal Data Systems

1,263,197

 

T586

School Accountability

[1,860,598]

1,852,749

T587

Sheff Settlement

[9,409,526]

13,353,473

T588

Parent Trust Fund Program

500,000

 

T589

Regional Vocational-Technical School System

[155,632,696]

155,013,161

T590

Science Program for Educational Reform Districts

455,000

 

T591

Wrap Around Services

450,000

 

T592

Parent Universities

487,500

 

T593

School Health Coordinator Pilot

190,000

 

T594

Commissioner's Network

17,500,000

 

T595

Technical Assistance for Regional Cooperation

95,000

 

T596

New or Replicated Schools

900,000

 

T597

Bridges to Success

601,652

 

T598

K-3 Reading Assessment Pilot

2,699,941

 

T599

Talent Development

[10,025,000]

4,531,093

T600

Common Core

6,300,000

 

T601

Alternative High School and Adult Reading Incentive Program

1,200,000

 

T602

Special Master

2,116,169

 

T603

American School For The Deaf

10,659,030

 

T604

Regional Education Services

1,166,026

 

T605

Family Resource Centers

[7,582,414]

8,051,914

T606

Youth Service Bureau Enhancement

620,300

 

T607

Child Nutrition State Match

2,354,000

 

T608

Health Foods Initiative

4,806,300

 

T609

Vocational Agriculture

[9,485,565]

10,985,565

T610

Transportation of School Children

24,884,748

 

T611

Adult Education

21,045,036

 

T612

Health and Welfare Services Pupils Private Schools

4,297,500

 

T613

Education Equalization Grants

2,122,891,002

 

T614

Bilingual Education

1,916,130

 

T615

Priority School Districts

[46,947,022]

47,197,022

T616

Young Parents Program

229,330

 

T617

Interdistrict Cooperation

9,150,379

 

T618

School Breakfast Program

2,379,962

 

T619

Excess Cost - Student Based

139,805,731

 

T620

Non-Public School Transportation

3,595,500

 

T621

School To Work Opportunities

213,750

 

T622

Youth Service Bureaus

2,989,268

 

T623

Open Choice Program

[42,616,736]

37,616,736

T624

Magnet Schools

[281,250,025]

296,750,025

T625

After School Program

4,500,000

 

T626

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[1,055,616]

1,065,410

T627

AGENCY TOTAL

[3,006,409,170]

3,016,975,519

T628

     

T629

OFFICE OF EARLY CHILDHOOD

   

T630

Personal Services

[4,985,737]

4,967,553

T631

Other Expenses

[8,276,000]

8,268,693

T632

Equipment

1

 

T633

Children's Trust Fund

11,671,218

 

T634

Early Childhood Program

6,761,345

 

T635

Community Plans for Early Childhood

750,000

 

T636

Improving Early Literacy

150,000

 

T637

Child Care Services

18,419,752

 

T638

Evenstart

475,000

 

T639

Head Start Services

2,610,743

 

T640

Head Start Enhancement

1,684,350

 

T641

Child Care Services-TANF/CCDBG

[101,489,658]

104,529,058

T642

Child Care Quality Enhancements

3,259,170

 

T643

Head Start - Early Childhood Link

2,090,000

 

T644

School Readiness Quality Enhancement

3,895,645

 

T645

[School Readiness & Quality Enhancement]School Readiness

74,299,075

 

T646

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[484,648]

1,950,818

T647

AGENCY TOTAL

[241,302,342]

245,782,421

T648

     

T649

STATE LIBRARY

   

T650

Personal Services

[5,216,113]

5,180,303

T651

Other Expenses

[695,685]

687,069

T652

Equipment

1

 

T653

State-Wide Digital Library

1,989,860

 

T654

Interlibrary Loan Delivery Service

[268,122]

267,029

T655

Legal/Legislative Library Materials

786,592

 

T656

Computer Access

180,500

 

T657

Support Cooperating Library Service Units

332,500

 

T658

Grants To Public Libraries

203,569

 

T659

Connecticard Payments

1,000,000

 

T660

Connecticut Humanities Council

2,049,752

 

T661

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[30,949]

28,877

T662

AGENCY TOTAL

[12,753,643]

12,706,052

T663

     

T664

OFFICE OF HIGHER EDUCATION

   

T665

Personal Services

[1,724,650]

1,712,774

T666

Other Expenses

[106,911]

105,586

T667

Equipment

1

 

T668

Minority Advancement Program

2,181,737

 

T669

Alternate Route to Certification

92,840

 

T670

National Service Act

325,210

 

T671

International Initiatives

66,500

 

T672

Minority Teacher Incentive Program

447,806

 

T673

English Language Learner Scholarship

95,000

 

T674

Awards to Children of Deceased/ Disabled Veterans

3,800

 

T675

Governor's Scholarship

43,623,498

 

T676

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[10,889]

13,109

T677

AGENCY TOTAL

[48,678,842]

48,667,861

T678

     

T679

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT

   

T680

Operating Expenses

[229,098,979]

228,271,757

T681

CommPACT Schools

475,000

 

T682

Kirklyn M. Kerr Grant Program

400,000

 

T683

AGENCY TOTAL

[229,973,979]

229,146,757

T684

     

T685

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT HEALTH CENTER

   

T686

Operating Expenses

[135,415,234]

133,886,547

T687

AHEC

480,422

 

T688

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[1,103,433]

797,270

T689

AGENCY TOTAL

[136,999,089]

135,164,239

T690

     

T691

TEACHERS' RETIREMENT BOARD

   

T692

Personal Services

[1,707,570]

1,695,911

T693

Other Expenses

[575,197]

568,221

T694

Equipment

1

 

T695

Retirement Contributions

984,110,000

 

T696

Retirees Health Service Cost

[21,214,000]

21,976,000

T697

Municipal Retiree Health Insurance Costs

[5,447,370]

7,263,160

T698

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[10,466]

8,996

T699

AGENCY TOTAL

[1,013,064,604]

1,015,622,289

T700

     

T701

BOARD OF REGENTS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION

   

T702

Charter Oak State College

[2,475,851]

2,465,800

T703

Community Tech College System

[155,900,920]

155,605,363

T704

Connecticut State University

[155,542,999]

152,014,671

T705

Board of Regents

[668,841]

666,038

T706

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[979,321]

908,635

T707

AGENCY TOTAL

[315,567,932]

311,660,507

T708

     

T709

CORRECTIONS

   

T710

     

T711

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION

   

T712

Personal Services

[442,986,743]

448,948,356

T713

Other Expenses

[74,224,357]

73,313,127

T714

Equipment

1

 

T715

Workers' Compensation Claims

[26,886,219]

26,136,219

T716

Inmate Medical Services

[93,932,101]

87,767,101

T717

Board of Pardons and Paroles

[6,490,841]

6,464,739

T718

Distance Learning

[95,000]

 

T719

Aid to Paroled and Discharged Inmates

9,026

 

T720

Legal Services To Prisoners

827,065

 

T721

Volunteer Services

162,221

 

T722

Community Support Services

41,275,777

 

T723

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[2,332,019]

2,703,069

T724

AGENCY TOTAL

[689,221,370]

687,606,701

T725

     

T726

DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

   

T727

Personal Services

[278,821,431]

278,712,107

T728

Other Expenses

[35,455,292]

34,116,197

T729

Equipment

1

 

T730

Workers' Compensation Claims

[11,247,553]

10,716,873

T731

Family Support Services

986,402

 

T732

Differential Response System

8,346,386

 

T733

Regional Behavioral Health Consultation

1,810,000

 

T734

Health Assessment and Consultation

1,015,002

 

T735

Grants for Psychiatric Clinics for Children

15,483,393

 

T736

Day Treatment Centers for Children

6,783,292

 

T737

Juvenile Justice Outreach Services

12,841,081

 

T738

Child Abuse and Neglect Intervention

8,542,370

 

T739

Community Based Prevention Programs

8,345,606

 

T740

Family Violence Outreach and Counseling

1,892,201

 

T741

[Support for Recovering Families]Supportive Housing

15,323,546

 

T742

No Nexus Special Education

[5,041,071]

3,768,279

T743

Family Preservation Services

5,735,278

 

T744

Substance Abuse Treatment

9,491,729

 

T745

Child Welfare Support Services

2,501,872

 

T746

Board and Care for Children - Adoption

[92,820,312]

93,738,769

T747

Board and Care for Children - Foster

[113,243,586]

117,244,693

T748

Board and Care for Children - Residential

[142,148,669]

125,699,204

T749

Individualized Family Supports

[11,882,968]

10,079,100

T750

Community Kidcare

35,716,720

 

T751

Covenant to Care

159,814

 

T752

Neighborhood Center

250,414

 

T753

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[1,662,894]

1,563,590

T754

AGENCY TOTAL

[827,548,883]

810,863,919

T755

     

T756

JUDICIAL

   

T757

     

T758

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

   

T759

Personal Services

[342,634,762]

341,267,298

T760

Other Expenses

[66,722,732]

66,233,014

T761

Forensic Sex Evidence Exams

1,441,460

 

T762

Alternative Incarceration Program

56,504,295

 

T763

Justice Education Center, Inc.

545,828

 

T764

Juvenile Alternative Incarceration

28,367,478

 

T765

Juvenile Justice Centers

3,136,361

 

T766

Probate Court

10,750,000

 

T767

Youthful Offender Services

18,177,084

 

T768

Victim Security Account

9,402

 

T769

Children of Incarcerated Parents

582,250

 

T770

Legal Aid

1,660,000

 

T771

Youth Violence Initiative

1,500,000

 

T772

Judge's Increases

3,688,736

 

T773

Children's Law Center

109,838

 

T774

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[2,279,008]

2,272,769

T775

AGENCY TOTAL

[538,109,234]

536,245,813

T776

     

T777

PUBLIC DEFENDER SERVICES COMMISSION

   

T778

Personal Services

[41,909,712]

41,789,717

T779

Other Expenses

[1,550,119]

1,491,837

T780

Assigned Counsel - Criminal

[9,111,900]

9,986,900

T781

Expert Witnesses

[2,100,000]

2,082,252

T782

Training And Education

130,000

 

T783

Assigned Counsel - Child Protection

7,436,000

 

T784

Contracted Attorneys Related Expenses

[150,000]

125,000

T785

Family Contracted Attorneys/AMC

575,000

 

T786

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[260,298]

 

T787

AGENCY TOTAL

[63,223,029]

63,616,706

T788

     

T789

NON-FUNCTIONAL

   

T790

     

T791

MISCELLANEOUS APPROPRIATION TO THE GOVERNOR

   

T792

Governor's Contingency Account

1

 

T793

     

T794

DEBT SERVICE - STATE TREASURER

   

T795

Debt Service

[1,554,881,403]

1,507,940,589

T796

UConn 2000 - Debt Service

[156,037,386]

136,820,121

T797

CHEFA Day Care Security

5,500,000

 

T798

Pension Obligation Bonds - TRB

133,922,226

 

T799

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[11,321]

568

T800

AGENCY TOTAL

[1,850,352,336]

1,784,183,504

T801

     

T802

STATE COMPTROLLER - MISCELLANEOUS

   

T803

Adjudicated Claims

4,100,000

 

T804

     

T805

STATE COMPTROLLER - FRINGE BENEFITS

   

T806

Unemployment Compensation

8,643,507

 

T807

State Employees Retirement Contributions

[969,312,947]

970,863,047

T808

Higher Education Alternative Retirement System

[30,131,328]

18,131,328

T809

Pensions and Retirements - Other Statutory

1,749,057

 

T810

Judges and Compensation Commissioners Retirement

17,731,131

 

T811

Insurance - Group Life

[9,353,107]

8,653,107

T812

Employers Social Security Tax

[235,568,631]

229,623,088

T813

State Employees Health Service Cost

[650,960,045]

641,248,291

T814

Retired State Employees Health Service Cost

[568,635,039]

619,635,039

T815

Tuition Reimbursement - Training and Travel

3,127,500

 

T816

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[17,200,946]

17,247,590

T817

AGENCY TOTAL

[2,512,413,238]

2,536,652,685

T818

     

T819

RESERVE FOR SALARY ADJUSTMENTS

   

T820

Reserve For Salary Adjustments

[36,273,043]

26,273,043

T821

     

T822

WORKERS' COMPENSATION CLAIMS - ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

   

T823

Workers' Compensation Claims

[27,187,707]

29,987,707

T824

     

T825

TOTAL - GENERAL FUND

[17,656,098,266]

17,563,301,463

T826

     

T827

LESS:

   

T828

     

T829

Unallocated Lapse

-91,676,192

 

T830

Unallocated Lapse - Legislative

-3,028,105

 

T831

Unallocated Lapse - Judicial

-7,400,672

 

T832

General Other Expenses Reductions - Legislative

[-140,000]

 

T833

General Other Expenses Reductions - Executive

[-3,312,000]

 

T834

General Other Expenses Reductions - Judicial

[-548,000]

 

T835

General Lapse - Legislative

[-56,251]

-5,000,000

T836

General Lapse - Judicial

[-401,946]

 

T837

General Lapse - Executive

[-13,785,503]

 

T838

Municipal Opportunities and Regional Efficiencies Program

-10,000,000

 

T839

GAAP Lapse

[-7,500,000]

-8,310,000

T840

Statewide Hiring Reduction - Executive

[-16,675,121]

-15,710,537

T841

Statewide Hiring Reduction - Judicial

[-3,434,330]

-3,235,669

T842

Statewide Hiring Reduction - Legislative

[-579,285]

-545,776

T843

Statewide Travel Ban

 

-2,300,000

T844

     

T845

NET - GENERAL FUND

[17,497,560,861]

17,416,094,512

Sec. 2. (Effective July 1, 2014) The amounts appropriated for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015, in section 2 of public act 13-184 regarding the SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND are amended to read as follows:

T846

 

2014-2015

 

T847

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

   

T848

     

T849

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

   

T850

State Insurance and Risk Mgmt Operations

7,916,074

 

T851

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[3,839]

308

T852

AGENCY TOTAL

[7,919,913]

7,916,382

T853

     

T854

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

   

T855

     

T856

DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES

   

T857

Personal Services

[46,037,478]

46,441,689

T858

Other Expenses

[15,171,471]

15,401,071

T859

Equipment

514,000

 

T860

Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and Networks Project

208,666

 

T861

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[295,105]

343,547

T862

AGENCY TOTAL

[62,226,720]

62,908,973

T863

     

T864

TRANSPORTATION

   

T865

     

T866

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

   

T867

Personal Services

[166,723,924]

166,115,062

T868

Other Expenses

[51,642,318]

53,107,593

T869

Equipment

[1,389,819]

1,519,819

T870

Minor Capital Projects

449,639

 

T871

Highway and Bridge Renewal-Equipment

5,376,942

 

T872

Highway Planning And Research

3,246,823

 

T873

Rail Operations

[147,720,554]

149,220,554

T874

Bus Operations

146,972,169

 

T875

Tweed-New Haven Airport Grant

1,500,000

 

T876

ADA Para-transit Program

32,935,449

 

T877

Non-ADA Dial-A-Ride Program

576,361

 

T878

Pay-As-You-Go Transportation Projects

19,700,000

 

T879

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[1,817,139]

1,991,096

T880

AGENCY TOTAL

[580,051,137]

582,711,507

T881

     

T882

NON-FUNCTIONAL

   

T883

     

T884

DEBT SERVICE - STATE TREASURER

   

T885

Debt Service

[483,218,293]

476,884,116

T886

     

T887

STATE COMPTROLLER - FRINGE BENEFITS

   

T888

Unemployment Compensation

248,862

 

T889

State Employees Retirement Contributions

130,144,053

 

T890

Insurance - Group Life

292,000

 

T891

Employers Social Security Tax

[16,304,506]

16,316,899

T892

State Employees Health Service Cost

[40,823,865]

41,084,373

T893

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[1,876,668]

1,879,574

T894

AGENCY TOTAL

[189,689,954]

189,965,761

T895

     

T896

RESERVE FOR SALARY ADJUSTMENTS

   

T897

Reserve For Salary Adjustments

[3,661,897]

1,661,897

T898

     

T899

WORKERS' COMPENSATION CLAIMS - ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

   

T900

Workers' Compensation Claims

[6,544,481]

7,344,481

T901

     

T902

TOTAL - SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND

[1,333,312,395]

1,329,393,117

T903

     

T904

LESS:

   

T905

     

T906

Unallocated Lapse

-11,000,000

 

T907

     

T908

NET - SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND

[1,322,312,395]

1,318,393,117

Sec. 3. (Effective July 1, 2014) The amounts appropriated for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015, in section 5 of public act 13-184 regarding the REGIONAL MARKET OPERATION FUND are amended to read as follows:

T909

 

2014-2015

 

T910

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

   

T911

     

T912

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

   

T913

Personal Services

399,028

 

T914

Other Expenses

273,007

 

T915

Equipment

1

 

T916

Fringe Benefits

[266,201]

348,809

T917

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[3,261]

8,428

T918

AGENCY TOTAL

[941,498]

1,029,273

Sec. 4. (Effective July 1, 2014) The amounts appropriated for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015, in section 6 of public act 13-184 regarding the BANKING FUND are amended to read as follows:

T919

 

2014-2015

 

T920

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

   

T921

     

T922

DEPARTMENT OF BANKING

   

T923

Personal Services

[10,756,571]

10,368,971

T924

Other Expenses

1,461,490

 

T925

Equipment

37,200

 

T926

Fringe Benefits

[7,537,960]

8,502,556

T927

Indirect Overhead

[126,172]

129,307

T928

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[111,996]

145,840

T929

AGENCY TOTAL

[20,031,389]

20,645,364

T930

     

T931

LABOR DEPARTMENT

   

T932

Opportunity Industrial Centers

500,000

 

T933

Individual Development Accounts

200,000

 

T934

Customized Services

1,000,000

 

T935

AGENCY TOTAL

1,700,000

 

T936

     

T937

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

   

T938

     

T939

DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING

   

T940

Fair Housing

168,639

 

T941

     

T942

JUDICIAL

   

T943

     

T944

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

   

T945

Foreclosure Mediation Program

5,902,565

 

T946

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[43,256]

43,695

T947

AGENCY TOTAL

[5,945,821]

5,946,260

T948

     

T949

TOTAL - BANKING FUND

[27,845,849]

28,460,263

Sec. 5. (Effective July 1, 2014) The amounts appropriated for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015, in section 7 of public act 13-184 regarding the INSURANCE FUND are amended to read as follows:

T950

 

2014-2015

 

T951

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

   

T952

     

T953

OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT

   

T954

Personal Services

291,800

 

T955

Other Expenses

500

 

T956

Fringe Benefits

[169,260]

195,858

T957

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[4,682]

6,296

T958

AGENCY TOTAL

[466,242]

494,454

T959

     

T960

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

   

T961

     

T962

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT

   

T963

Personal Services

[14,712,168]

14,362,168

T964

Other Expenses

2,052,428

 

T965

Equipment

52,600

 

T966

Fringe Benefits

[10,321,507]

11,633,356

T967

Indirect Overhead

[629,765]

237,762

T968

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[165,870]

220,252

T969

AGENCY TOTAL

[27,934,338]

28,558,566

T970

     

T971

OFFICE OF THE HEALTHCARE ADVOCATE

   

T972

Personal Services

1,339,621

 

T973

Other Expenses

326,267

 

T974

Equipment

5,000

 

T975

Fringe Benefits

[947,599]

1,165,470

T976

Indirect Overhead

[27,229]

142,055

T977

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[12,157]

193,883

T978

AGENCY TOTAL

[2,657,873]

3,172,296

T979

     

T980

HEALTH AND HOSPITALS

   

T981

     

T982

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

   

T983

Immunization Services

 

148,324

T984

     

T985

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES

   

T986

Managed Service System

435,000

 

T987

     

T988

HUMAN SERVICES

   

T989

     

T990

STATE DEPARTMENT ON AGING

   

T991

Fall Prevention

 

475,000

T992

[Fall Prevention

475,000]

 

T993

AGENCY TOTAL

475,000

 

T994

     

T995

TOTAL - INSURANCE FUND

[31,968,453]

33,283,640

Sec. 6. (Effective July 1, 2014) The amounts appropriated for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015, in section 8 of public act 13-184 regarding the CONSUMER COUNSEL AND PUBLIC UTILITY CONTROL FUND are amended to read as follows:

T996

 

2014-2015

 

T997

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

   

T998

     

T999

OFFICE OF CONSUMER COUNSEL

   

T1000

Personal Services

1,279,373

 

T1001

Other Expenses

[344,032]

282,907

T1002

Equipment

2,200

 

T1003

Fringe Benefits

[905,635]

1,100,261

T1004

Indirect Overhead

[72,758]

100

T1005

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[14,439]

32,468

T1006

AGENCY TOTAL

[2,618,437]

2,697,309

T1007

     

T1008

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

   

T1009

     

T1010

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

   

T1011

Personal Services

11,495,649

 

T1012

Other Expenses

[1,789,156]

1,479,456

T1013

Equipment

19,500

 

T1014

Fringe Benefits

[8,090,619]

9,311,476

T1015

Indirect Overhead

[156,750]

261,986

T1016

Operation Fuel

[1,100,000]

 

T1017

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[114,090]

187,173

T1018

AGENCY TOTAL

[22,765,764]

22,755,240

T1019

     

T1020

TOTAL - CONSUMER COUNSEL AND PUBLIC UTILITY CONTROL FUND

[25,384,201]

25,452,549

Sec. 7. (Effective July 1, 2014) The amounts appropriated for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015, in section 9 of public act 13-184 regarding the WORKERS' COMPENSATION FUND are amended to read as follows:

T1021

 

2014-2015

 

T1022

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

   

T1023

     

T1024

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

   

T1025

Personal Services

382,159

 

T1026

Other Expenses

17,000

 

T1027

Equipment

1

 

T1028

Fringe Benefits

273,645

 

T1029

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[4,970]

4,155

T1030

AGENCY TOTAL

[677,775]

676,960

T1031

     

T1032

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

   

T1033

     

T1034

LABOR DEPARTMENT

   

T1035

Occupational Health Clinics

683,653

 

T1036

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[106]

310

T1037

AGENCY TOTAL

[683,759]

683,963

T1038

     

T1039

WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION

   

T1040

Personal Services

[9,328,657]

9,459,729

T1041

Other Expenses

2,461,233

 

T1042

Equipment

2,052,000

 

T1043

Fringe Benefits

[6,740,127]

7,756,978

T1044

Indirect Overhead

[601,246]

582,740

T1045

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

[96,325]

329,284

T1046

AGENCY TOTAL

[21,279,588]

22,641,964

T1047

     

T1048

HUMAN SERVICES

   

T1049

     

T1050

[STATE DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION] DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION SERVICES

   

T1051

Personal Services

506,819

 

T1052

Other Expenses

24,500

 

T1053

Rehabilitative Services

1,261,913

 

T1054

Fringe Benefits

354,875

 

T1055

Nonfunctional - Change to Accruals

 

6,490

T1056

AGENCY TOTAL

[2,148,107]

2,154,597

T1057

     

T1058

TOTAL - WORKERS' COMPENSATION FUND

[24,789,229]

26,157,484

Sec. 8. Subsection (c) of section 4-28e of the 2014 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2014):

(c) (1) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2001, disbursements from the Tobacco Settlement Fund shall be made as follows: (A) To the General Fund in the amount identified as "Transfer from Tobacco Settlement Fund" in the General Fund revenue schedule adopted by the General Assembly; (B) to the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services for a grant to the regional action councils in the amount of five hundred thousand dollars; and (C) to the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund in an amount equal to nineteen million five hundred thousand dollars.

(2) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, and each fiscal year thereafter, disbursements from the Tobacco Settlement Fund shall be made as follows: (A) To the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund in an amount equal to twelve million dollars, except in the fiscal [years] year ending June 30, 2014, [and June 30, 2015,] said disbursement shall be in an amount equal to six million dollars; (B) to the Biomedical Research Trust Fund in an amount equal to four million dollars; (C) to the General Fund in the amount identified as "Transfer from Tobacco Settlement Fund" in the General Fund revenue schedule adopted by the General Assembly; and (D) any remainder to the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund.

(3) For each of the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, to June 30, 2012, inclusive, the sum of ten million dollars shall be disbursed from the Tobacco Settlement Fund to the Stem Cell Research Fund established by section 19a-32e for grants-in-aid to eligible institutions for the purpose of conducting embryonic or human adult stem cell research.

Sec. 9. Section 108 of public act 13-184 is repealed and the following is substitute in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2014):

(a) Notwithstanding subsection (b) of section 16-331bb of the general statutes, no amount shall be deposited into the municipal video competition t trust account established in section 16-331bb of the general statutes for the fiscal [years] year ending June 30, 2014. [, and June 30, 2015. ]

(b) Notwithstanding subsection (b) of section 16-331bb of the general statutes, $5,000,000 shall be deposited into the municipal video competition trust account established in section 16-331bb of the general statutes for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015.

Sec. 10. (Effective July 1, 2014) For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014, and each fiscal year thereafter, the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development shall not expend more than five million dollars for the purpose of marketing and advertising the state.

Sec. 11. Subsection (a) of section 17b-242 of the 2014 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) The Department of Social Services shall determine the rates to be paid to home health care agencies and homemaker-home health aide agencies by the state or any town in the state for persons aided or cared for by the state or any such town. [For the period from February 1, 1991, to January 31, 1992, inclusive, payment for each service to the state shall be based upon the rate for such service as determined by the Office of Health Care Access, except that for those providers whose Medicaid rates for the year ending January 31, 1991, exceed the median rate, no increase shall be allowed. For those providers whose rates for the year ending January 31, 1991, are below the median rate, increases shall not exceed the lower of the prior rate increased by the most recent annual increase in the consumer price index for urban consumers or the median rate. In no case shall any such rate exceed the eightieth percentile of rates in effect January 31, 1991, nor shall any rate exceed the charge to the general public for similar services. Rates effective February 1, 1992, shall be based upon rates as determined by the Office of Health Care Access, except that increases shall not exceed the prior year's rate increased by the most recent annual increase in the consumer price index for urban consumers and rates effective February 1, 1992, shall remain in effect through June 30, 1993. Rates effective July 1, 1993, shall be based upon rates as determined by the Office of Health Care Access except if the Medicaid rates for any service for the period ending June 30, 1993, exceed the median rate for such service, the increase effective July 1, 1993, shall not exceed one per cent. If the Medicaid rate for any service for the period ending June 30, 1993, is below the median rate, the increase effective July 1, 1993, shall not exceed the lower of the prior rate increased by one and one-half times the most recent annual increase in the consumer price index for urban consumers or the median rate plus one per cent. ] The Commissioner of Social Services shall establish a fee schedule for home health services to be effective on and after July 1, 1994. The commissioner may annually modify such fee schedule if such modification is needed to ensure that the conversion to an administrative services organization is cost neutral to home health care agencies and homemaker-home health aide agencies in the aggregate and ensures patient access. Utilization may be a factor in determining cost neutrality. The commissioner shall increase the fee schedule for home health services provided under the Connecticut home-care program for the elderly established under section 17b-342, effective July 1, 2000, by two per cent over the fee schedule for home health services for the previous year. The commissioner shall increase the fee schedule for the Connecticut home-care program for the elderly and the pilot program to provide home care services to persons with disabilities, established pursuant to section 17b-617, effective July 1, 2014, by not less than one per cent. The commissioner may increase any fee payable to a home health care agency or homemaker-home health aide agency upon the application of such an agency evidencing extraordinary costs related to (1) serving persons with AIDS; (2) high-risk maternal and child health care; (3) escort services; or (4) extended hour services. In no case shall any rate or fee exceed the charge to the general public for similar services. A home health care agency or homemaker-home health aide agency which, due to any material change in circumstances, is aggrieved by a rate determined pursuant to this subsection may, within ten days of receipt of written notice of such rate from the Commissioner of Social Services, request in writing a hearing on all items of aggrievement. The commissioner shall, upon the receipt of all documentation necessary to evaluate the request, determine whether there has been such a change in circumstances and shall conduct a hearing if appropriate. The Commissioner of Social Services shall adopt regulations, in accordance with chapter 54, to implement the provisions of this subsection. The commissioner may implement policies and procedures to carry out the provisions of this subsection while in the process of adopting regulations, provided notice of intent to adopt the regulations is published in the Connecticut Law Journal not later than twenty days after the date of implementing the policies and procedures. Such policies and procedures shall be valid for not longer than nine months.

Sec. 12. Section 17b-343 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

The Commissioner of Social Services shall establish annually the maximum allowable rate to be paid by agencies for homemaker services, chore person services, companion services, respite care, meals on wheels, adult day care services, case management and assessment services, transportation, mental health counseling and elderly foster care. [, except that the maximum allowable rates in effect July 1, 1990, shall remain in effect during the fiscal years ending June 30, 1992, and June 30, 1993. ] The Commissioner of Social Services shall prescribe uniform forms on which agencies providing such services shall report their costs for such services. Such rates shall be determined on the basis of a reasonable payment for necessary services rendered. [The maximum allowable rates established by the Commissioner of Social Services for the Connecticut home-care program for the elderly established under section 17b-342 shall constitute the rates required under this section until revised in accordance with this section. ] The Commissioner of Social Services shall establish a fee schedule, to be effective on and after July 1, 1994, for homemaker services, chore person services, companion services, respite care, meals on wheels, adult day care services, case management and assessment services, transportation, mental health counseling and elderly foster care. The commissioner [may] shall annually increase [any fee] fees in the fee schedule based on an increase in the cost of services. The commissioner shall increase the fee schedule effective July 1, 2000, by not less than five per cent, for adult day care services. The commissioner shall increase the fee schedule effective July 1, 2011, by four dollars per person, per day for adult day care services. The commissioner shall increase the fee schedule for the Connecticut home-care program for the elderly, established pursuant to section 17b-342, and the pilot program to provide home care services to persons with disabilities, established pursuant to section 17b-617, by not less than one per cent effective July 1, 2014. Nothing contained in this section shall authorize a payment by the state to any agency for such services in excess of the amount charged by such agency for such services to the general public.

Sec. 13. (Effective July 1, 2014) Not later than September 1, 2014, the Commissioner of Correction shall solicit bids or proposals for a contract to provide health care services to prisoners beginning with the fiscal year ending June 30, 2016.

Sec. 14. (Effective from passage) If the revenues received by the state by June 30, 2014, exceed the budgeted requirements for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014, fifteen million dollars shall be transferred from the resources of the General Fund to the Unemployment Compensation Advance Fund, established pursuant to section 31-264a of the general statutes, as amended by this act, for the advance account. The amount transferred for such purpose shall be reduced proportionately if the amount of such excess revenues is less than fifteen million dollars.

Sec. 15. Subsection (c) of section 31-264a of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(c) There shall be deposited in the advance account: (1) The proceeds of revenue bonds issued by the state for deposit into the account and use in accordance with this section and sections 3-21a, 31-222, 31-225a, 31-231a, 31-232b, 31-232d, 31-232f, 31-236, 31-250a, 31-259, 31-263, 31-264b and 31-274j; (2) federal grants and awards or other federal assistance received by the state for deposit into the account or for other purposes in accordance with said sections; [and] (3) interest or other income earned on the investment of moneys in the advance account pending transfer or use pursuant to said sections; and (4) any moneys required by law to be deposited in the account.

Sec. 16. Subsections (a) to (h), inclusive, of section 9-705 of the 2014 supplement to the general statutes are repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2014):

(a) (1) The qualified candidate committee of a major party candidate for the office of Governor who has a primary for nomination to said office shall be eligible to receive a grant from the Citizens' Election Fund for the primary campaign in the amount of [one million two hundred fifty thousand] nine hundred forty-seven thousand nine hundred seventy-five dollars, provided, in the case of a primary held in [2014] 2018, or thereafter, said amount shall be adjusted under subsection (d) of this section.

(2) The qualified candidate committee of a candidate for the office of Governor who has been nominated, or who has qualified to appear on the election ballot in accordance with the provisions of subpart C of part III of chapter 153, shall be eligible to receive a grant from the fund for the general election campaign in the amount of [six million] four million five hundred fifty thousand two hundred eighty dollars, provided in the case of an election held in [2014] 2018, or thereafter, said amount shall be adjusted under subsection (d) of this section.

(b) (1) The qualified candidate committee of a major party candidate for the office of Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, State Comptroller, Secretary of the State or State Treasurer who has a primary for nomination to said office shall be eligible to receive a grant from the fund for the primary campaign in the amount of [three hundred seventy-five thousand] two hundred eighty-four thousand three hundred ninety-three dollars, provided, in the case of a primary held in [2014] 2018, or thereafter, said amount shall be adjusted under subsection (d) of this section.

(2) The qualified candidate committee of a candidate for the office of Attorney General, State Comptroller, Secretary of the State or State Treasurer who has been nominated, or who has qualified to appear on the election ballot in accordance with the provisions of subpart C of part III of chapter 153, shall be eligible to receive a grant from the fund for the general election campaign in the amount of [seven hundred fifty thousand] five hundred sixty-eight thousand seven hundred eighty-five dollars, provided in the case of an election held in [2014] 2018, or thereafter, said amount shall be adjusted under subsection (d) of this section.

(c) (1) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsections (a) and (b) of this section, the qualified candidate committee of an eligible minor party candidate for the office of Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, State Comptroller, Secretary of the State or State Treasurer shall be eligible to receive a grant from the fund for the general election campaign if the candidate of the same minor party for the same office at the last preceding regular election received at least ten per cent of the whole number of votes cast for all candidates for said office at said election. The amount of the grant shall be one-third of the amount of the general election campaign grant under subsection (a) or (b) of this section for a candidate for the same office, provided (A) if the candidate of the same minor party for the same office at the last preceding regular election received at least fifteen per cent of the whole number of votes cast for all candidates for said office at said election, the amount of the grant shall be two-thirds of the amount of the general election campaign grant under subsection (a) or (b) of this section for a candidate for the same office, (B) if the candidate of the same minor party for the same office at the last preceding regular election received at least twenty per cent of the whole number of votes cast for all candidates for said office at said election, the amount of the grant shall be the same as the amount of the general election campaign grant under subsection (a) or (b) of this section for a candidate for the same office, and (C) in the case of an election held in [2014] 2018, or thereafter, said amounts shall be adjusted under subsection (d) of this section.

(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsections (a) and (b) of this section, the qualified candidate committee of an eligible petitioning party candidate for the office of Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, State Comptroller, Secretary of the State or State Treasurer shall be eligible to receive a grant from the fund for the general election campaign if said candidate's nominating petition has been signed by a number of qualified electors equal to at least ten per cent of the whole number of votes cast for the same office at the last preceding regular election. The amount of the grant shall be one-third of the amount of the general election campaign grant under subsection (a) or (b) of this section for a candidate for the same office, provided (A) if said candidate's nominating petition has been signed by a number of qualified electors equal to at least fifteen per cent of the whole number of votes cast for the same office at the last preceding regular election, the amount of the grant shall be two-thirds of the amount of the general election campaign grant under subsection (a) or (b) of this section for a candidate for the same office, (B) if said candidate's nominating petition has been signed by a number of qualified electors equal to at least twenty per cent of the whole number of votes cast for the same office at the last preceding regular election, the amount of the grant shall be the same as the amount of the general election campaign grant under subsection (a) or (b) of this section for a candidate for the same office, and (C) in the case of an election held in [2014] 2018, or thereafter, said amounts shall be adjusted under subsection (d) of this section.

(3) In addition to the provisions of subdivisions (1) and (2) of this subsection, the qualified candidate committee of an eligible petitioning party candidate and the qualified candidate committee of an eligible minor party candidate for the office of Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, State Comptroller, Secretary of the State or State Treasurer shall be eligible to receive a supplemental grant from the fund after the general election if the treasurer of such candidate committee reports a deficit in the first statement filed after the general election, pursuant to section 9-608, and such candidate received a greater percentage of the whole number of votes cast for all candidates for said office at said election than the percentage of votes utilized by such candidate to obtain a general election campaign grant described in subdivision (1) or (2) of this subsection. The amount of such supplemental grant shall be calculated as follows:

(A) In the case of any such candidate who receives more than ten per cent, but not more than fifteen per cent, of the whole number of votes cast for all candidates for said office at said election, the grant shall be the product of (i) a fraction in which the numerator is the difference between the percentage of such whole number of votes received by such candidate and ten per cent and the denominator is ten, and (ii) two-thirds of the amount of the general election campaign grant under subsection (a) or (b) of this section for a major party candidate for the same office.

(B) In the case of any such candidate who receives more than fifteen per cent, but less than twenty per cent, of the whole number of votes cast for all candidates for said office at said election, the grant shall be the product of (i) a fraction in which the numerator is the difference between the percentage of such whole number of votes received by such candidate and fifteen per cent and the denominator is five, and (ii) one-third of the amount of the general election campaign grant under subsection (a) or (b) of this section for a major party candidate for the same office.

(C) The sum of the general election campaign grant received by any such candidate and a supplemental grant under this subdivision shall not exceed one hundred per cent of the amount of the general election campaign grant under subsection (a) or (b) of this section for a major party candidate for the same office.

(d) For elections held in [2014] 2018, and thereafter, the amount of the grants in subsections (a), (b) and (c) of this section shall be adjusted by the State Elections Enforcement Commission not later than January 15, [2014] 2018, and quadrennially thereafter, in accordance with any change in the consumer price index for all urban consumers as published by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, during the period beginning on January 1, [2010] 2014, and ending on December thirty-first in the year preceding the year in which said adjustment is to be made.

(e) (1) The qualified candidate committee of a major party candidate for the office of state senator who has a primary for nomination to said office shall be eligible to receive a grant from the fund for the primary campaign in the amount of [thirty-five thousand] twenty-seven thousand two hundred ninety-three dollars, provided (A) if the percentage of the electors in the district served by said office who are enrolled in said major party exceeds the percentage of the electors in said district who are enrolled in another major party by at least twenty percentage points, the amount of said grant shall be [seventy-five thousand] fifty-eight thousand four hundred eighty-five dollars, and (B) in the case of a primary held in [2010] 2016, or thereafter, said amounts shall be adjusted under subsection (h) of this section. For the purposes of subparagraph (A) of this subdivision, the number of enrolled members of a major party and the number of electors in a district shall be determined by the latest enrollment and voter registration records in the office of the Secretary of the State submitted in accordance with the provisions of section 9-65. The names of electors on the inactive registry list compiled under section 9-35 shall not be counted for such purposes.

(2) The qualified candidate committee of a candidate for the office of state senator who has been nominated, or has qualified to appear on the election ballot in accordance with subpart C of part III of chapter 153, shall be eligible to receive a grant from the fund for the general election campaign in the amount of [eighty-five thousand] sixty-six thousand two hundred eighty-three dollars, provided in the case of an election held in [2010] 2016, or thereafter, said amount shall be adjusted under subsection (h) of this section.

(3) (A) In the case of an adjourned primary pursuant to section 9-446, a qualified candidate committee of a major party candidate for the office of state senator who appears on the ballot for such adjourned primary shall be eligible to receive a grant from the fund for the adjourned primary in an amount of [fifteen thousand] ten thousand five hundred dollars, provided in the case of a primary held in 2016, or thereafter, said amount shall be adjusted under subsection (h) of this section.

(B) In the case of an adjourned election pursuant to section 9-332, a qualified candidate committee of a candidate for the office of state senator who has been nominated, or has qualified to appear on the election ballot in accordance with subpart C of part III of chapter 153, and who appears on the ballot for such adjourned election shall be eligible to receive a grant from the fund for the general election campaign in the amount of [fifteen thousand] ten thousand five hundred dollars, provided in the case of an election held in 2016, or thereafter, said amount shall be adjusted under subsection (h) of this section.

(f) (1) The qualified candidate committee of a major party candidate for the office of state representative who has a primary for nomination to said office shall be eligible to receive a grant from the fund for the primary campaign in the amount of [ten thousand] seven thousand seven hundred ninety-eight dollars, provided (A) if the percentage of the electors in the district served by said office who are enrolled in said major party exceeds the percentage of the electors in said district who are enrolled in another major party by at least twenty percentage points, the amount of said grant shall be [twenty-five thousand] nineteen thousand four hundred ninety-five dollars, and (B) in the case of a primary held in [2010] 2016, or thereafter, said amounts shall be adjusted under subsection (h) of this section. For the purposes of subparagraph (A) of this subdivision, the number of enrolled members of a major party and the number of electors in a district shall be determined by the latest enrollment and voter registration records in the office of the Secretary of the State submitted in accordance with the provisions of section 9-65. The names of electors on the inactive registry list compiled under section 9-35 shall not be counted for such purposes.

(2) The qualified candidate committee of a candidate for the office of state representative who has been nominated, or has qualified to appear on the election ballot in accordance with subpart C of part III of chapter 153, shall be eligible to receive a grant from the fund for the general election campaign in the amount of [twenty-five thousand] nineteen thousand four hundred ninety-five dollars, provided in the case of an election held in [2010] 2016, or thereafter, said amount shall be adjusted under subsection (h) of this section.

(3) (A) In the case of an adjourned primary pursuant to section 9-446, a qualified candidate committee of a major party candidate for the office of state representative who appears on the ballot for such adjourned primary shall be eligible to receive a grant from the fund for the adjourned primary in an amount of [five thousand] three thousand five hundred dollars, provided in the case of a primary held in 2016, or thereafter, said amount shall be adjusted under subsection (h) of this section.

(B) In the case of an adjourned election pursuant to section 9-332, a qualified candidate committee of a candidate for the office of state representative who has been nominated, or has qualified to appear on the election ballot in accordance with subpart C of part III of chapter 153, and who appears on the ballot for such adjourned election shall be eligible to receive a grant from the fund for the general election campaign in the amount of [five thousand] three thousand five hundred dollars, provided in the case of an election held in 2016, or thereafter, said amount shall be adjusted under subsection (h) of this section.

(g) (1) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsections (e) and (f) of this section, the qualified candidate committee of an eligible minor party candidate for the office of state senator or state representative shall be eligible to receive a grant from the fund for the general election campaign if the candidate of the same minor party for the same office at the last preceding regular election received at least ten per cent of the whole number of votes cast for all candidates for said office at said election. The amount of the grant shall be one-third of the amount of the general election campaign grant under subsection (e) or (f) of this section for a candidate for the same office, provided (A) if the candidate of the same minor party for the same office at the last preceding regular election received at least fifteen per cent of the whole number of votes cast for all candidates for said office at said election, the amount of the grant shall be two-thirds of the amount of the general election campaign grant under subsection (e) or (f) of this section for a candidate for the same office, (B) if the candidate of the same minor party for the same office at the last preceding regular election received at least twenty per cent of the whole number of votes cast for all candidates for said office at said election, the amount of the grant shall be the same as the amount of the general election campaign grant under subsection (e) or (f) of this section for a candidate for the same office, and (C) in the case of an election held in [2010] 2016, or thereafter, said amounts shall be adjusted under subsection (h) of this section.

(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsections (e) and (f) of this section, the qualified candidate committee of an eligible petitioning party candidate for the office of state senator or state representative shall be eligible to receive a grant from the fund for the general election campaign if said candidate's nominating petition has been signed by a number of qualified electors equal to at least ten per cent of the whole number of votes cast for the same office at the last preceding regular election. The amount of the grant shall be one-third of the amount of the general election campaign grant under subsection (e) or (f) of this section for a candidate for the same office, provided (A) if said candidate's nominating petition has been signed by a number of qualified electors equal to at least fifteen per cent of the whole number of votes cast for the same office at the last preceding regular election, the amount of the grant shall be two-thirds of the amount of the general election campaign grant under subsection (e) or (f) of this section for a candidate for the same office, (B) if said candidate's nominating petition has been signed by a number of qualified electors equal to at least twenty per cent of the whole number of votes cast for the same office at the last preceding regular election, the amount of the grant shall be the same as the amount of the general election campaign grant under subsection (e) or (f) of this section for a candidate for the same office, and (C) in the case of an election held in [2010] 2016, or thereafter, said amounts shall be adjusted under subsection (h) of this section.

(3) In addition to the provisions of subdivisions (1) and (2) of this subsection, the qualified candidate committee of an eligible petitioning party candidate and the qualified candidate committee of an eligible minor party candidate for the office of state senator or state representative shall be eligible to receive a supplemental grant from the fund after the general election if the treasurer of such candidate committee reports a deficit in the first statement filed after the general election, pursuant to section 9-608, and such candidate received a greater percentage of the whole number of votes cast for all candidates for said office at said election than the percentage of votes utilized by such candidate to obtain a general election campaign grant described in subdivision (1) or (2) of this subsection. The amount of such supplemental grant shall be calculated as follows:

(A) In the case of any such candidate who receives more than ten per cent, but less than fifteen per cent, of the whole number of votes cast for all candidates for said office at said election, the grant shall be the product of (i) a fraction in which the numerator is the difference between the percentage of such whole number of votes received by such candidate and ten per cent and the denominator is ten, and (ii) two-thirds of the amount of the general election campaign grant under subsection (e) or (f) of this section for a major party candidate for the same office.

(B) In the case of any such candidate who receives more than fifteen per cent, but less than twenty per cent, of the whole number of votes cast for all candidates for said office at said election, the grant shall be the product of (i) a fraction in which the numerator is the difference between the percentage of such whole number of votes received by such candidate and fifteen per cent and the denominator is five, and (ii) one-third of the amount of the general election campaign grant under subsection (e) or (f) of this section for a major party candidate for the same office.

(C) The sum of the general election campaign grant received by any such candidate and a supplemental grant under this subdivision shall not exceed one hundred per cent of the amount of the general election campaign grant under subsection (e) or (f) of this section for a major party candidate for the same office.

(h) For elections held in [2010] 2016, and thereafter, the amount of the grants in subsections (e), (f) and (g) of this section shall be adjusted by the State Elections Enforcement Commission not later than January 15, [2010] 2016, and biennially thereafter, in accordance with any change in the consumer price index for all urban consumers as published by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, during the period beginning on January 1, [2008] 2014, and ending on December thirty-first in the year preceding the year in which said adjustment is to be made.

Sec. 17. (Effective July 1, 2014) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 3-69a of the general statutes, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2016, and June 30, 2017, the amount credited to the Citizen's Election Fund, established in section 9-701 of the general statutes, from funds received under part III of chapter 32 of the general statutes shall be reduced by five million dollars for each such fiscal year and any remaining cash portion of the funds received under said part, including the proceeds from the sale of property, shall be deposited in the General Fund, except as provided in section 3-62h of the general statutes.

Sec. 18. Section 17b-260a of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2014):

(a) The Commissioner of Social Services shall seek a waiver from federal law to establish a Medicaid-financed, home and community-based program for individuals with acquired brain injury. Such waiver shall be submitted no later than October 1, 1995, and shall be operated continuously to the extent permissible under federal law. Notwithstanding the addition of any new waiver program serving such individuals, the commissioner shall ensure that services provided pursuant to this subsection are not phased out and that no person receiving such services is institutionalized in order to meet federal cost neutrality requirements for the waiver program established pursuant to this subsection.

(b) The commissioner may seek federal approval for a second waiver, in addition to the waiver described in subsection (a) of this section, from federal law for a Medicaid-financed, home and community-based program for individuals with acquired brain injury.

(c) There is established an advisory committee for the waiver program established pursuant to subsection (b) of this section consisting of the chairpersons and ranking members of the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to human services, public health and appropriations and the budgets of state agencies, or their designees, provided such designees shall include consumers and providers of services under said waiver program. The Commissioners of Social Services and Mental Health and Addiction Services, or their designees, shall also serve on the advisory committee. The chairpersons of the advisory committee shall be: (1) A chairperson of said joint standing committees, or such chairperson's designee, chosen by the chairpersons of said joint standing committees; (2) a ranking member of said joint standing committees, or such ranking member's designee, chosen by the ranking members of said joint standing committees; and (3) the Commissioner of Social Services or the Commissioner of Mental Health and Addiction Services, or such commissioner's designee, chosen by such commissioners. The advisory committee shall meet not less than four times per year and shall submit an initial report, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a, not later than February 1, 2015, to the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to human services, public health and appropriations and the budgets of state agencies on the impact of the individual cost cap for the waiver program established pursuant to subsection (b) of this section and any other matters the advisory committee deems appropriate. For purposes of this subsection, "individual cost cap" means the percentage of the cost of institutional care for an individual that may be spent on any one waiver program participant.

Sec. 19. (Effective July 1, 2014) (a) Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, each commissioner or chief of any budgeted agency, as defined in section 4-69 of the general statutes, shall implement a hard hiring freeze for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015.

(b) The hard hiring freeze described in subsection (a) of this section shall not be implemented at the following agencies: (1) Department of Children and Families, (2) Department of Developmental Services, (3) Department of Correction, (4) Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, (5) Department of Veterans Affairs, (6) Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, and (7) Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection.

Sec. 20. (Effective July 1, 2014) (a) Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, each commissioner or chief of any budgeted agency, as defined in section 4-69 of the general statutes, shall ban all out-of-state travel by employees of the agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015.

(b) A commissioner or chief of any budgeted agency may approve out-of-state travel by an employee of the agency if all associated costs, including, but not limited to, those for conference registration and fees, lodging, dining and transportation, are paid in their entirety from federal or union funds.

Sec. 21. (Effective from passage) (a) If the revenues received by the state by June 30, 2014, exceed the budgeted requirements for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014, twenty-eight million four hundred thousand dollars shall be made available for expenditure by the Treasurer for the purpose of paying off bonded indebtedness incurred pursuant to section 3-20g of the general statutes. The amount made available for expenditure for such purpose shall be reduced proportionately if the amount of such excess revenues is less than twenty-eight million four hundred thousand dollars.

(b) If the revenues received by the state by June 30, 2015, exceed the budgeted requirements for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015, thirty million dollars shall be made available for expenditure by the Treasurer for the purpose of paying off bonded indebtedness incurred pursuant to section 3-20g of the general statutes. The amount made available for expenditure for such purpose shall be reduced proportionately if the amount of such excess revenues is less than thirty million dollars.

Sec. 22. Section 4-66l of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2014):

(a) (1) There is established an account to be known as the "municipal revenue sharing account" which shall be a separate, nonlapsing account within the General Fund. The account shall contain any moneys required by law to be deposited in the account. Moneys in the account shall be expended by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management for the purposes of grants established pursuant to subsections (b) and (c) of this section.

(2) The Comptroller shall deposit into the municipal revenue sharing account established pursuant to this subsection, a sum not to exceed twenty-one million dollars per fiscal year from the sales and use tax imposed pursuant to chapter 219.

(b) (1) [The] Commencing in the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015, the secretary shall provide [manufacturing transition] municipal revenue sharing grants to municipalities in an amount equal to the [amount each municipality received from the state as payments in lieu of taxes pursuant to sections 12-94b, 12-94c, 12-94f and 12-94g of the general statutes, revision of 1958, revised to January 1, 2011, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011] amounts listed in this subdivision. Such grant payments shall be made in quarterly allotments, payable on November fifteenth, February fifteenth, May fifteenth and August fifteenth. The total amount of the annual grant payment is as follows:

T1059

[Municipality

Grant Amounts

T1060

   

T1061

Andover

$ 2,929

T1062

Ansonia

70,732

T1063

Ashford

2,843

T1064

Avon

213,211

T1065

Barkhamsted

33,100

T1066

Beacon Falls

38,585

T1067

Berlin

646,080

T1068

Bethany

54,901

T1069

Bethel

229,948

T1070

Bethlehem

6,305

T1071

Bloomfield

1,446,585

T1072

Bolton

19,812

T1073

Bozrah

110,715

T1074

Branford

304,496

T1075

Bridgeport

839,881

T1076

Bridgewater

491

T1077

Bristol

2,066,321

T1078

Brookfield

97,245

T1079

Brooklyn

8,509

T1080

Burlington

14,368

T1081

Canaan

17,075

T1082

Canterbury

1,610

T1083

Canton

6,344

T1084

Chaplin

554

T1085

Cheshire

598,668

T1086

Chester

71,130

T1087

Clinton

168,444

T1088

Colchester

31,069

T1089

Colebrook

436

T1090

Columbia

21,534

T1091

Cornwall

0

T1092

Coventry

8,359

T1093

Cromwell

27,780

T1094

Danbury

1,534,876

T1095

Darien

0

T1096

Deep River

86,478

T1097

Derby

12,218

T1098

Durham

122,637

T1099

Eastford

43,436

T1100

East Granby

430,285

T1101

East Haddam

1,392

T1102

East Hampton

15,087

T1103

East Hartford

3,576,349

T1104

East Haven

62,435

T1105

East Lyme

17,837

T1106

Easton

2,111

T1107

East Windsor

237,311

T1108

Ellington

181,426

T1109

Enfield

219,004

T1110

Essex

80,826

T1111

Fairfield

82,908

T1112

Farmington

440,541

T1113

Franklin

18,317

T1114

Glastonbury

202,935

T1115

Goshen

2,101

T1116

Granby

28,727

T1117

Greenwich

70,905

T1118

Griswold

35,790

T1119

Groton

1,373,459

T1120

Guilford

55,611

T1121

Haddam

2,840

T1122

Hamden

230,771

T1123

Hampton

0

T1124

Hartford

1,184,209

T1125

Hartland

758

T1126

Harwinton

17,272

T1127

Hebron

1,793

T1128

Kent

0

T1129

Killingly

567,638

T1130

Killingworth

4,149

T1131

Lebanon

24,520

T1132

Ledyard

296,297

T1133

Lisbon

2,923

T1134

Litchfield

2,771

T1135

Lyme

0

T1136

Madison

6,880

T1137

Manchester

861,979

T1138

Mansfield

5,502

T1139

Marlborough

5,890

T1140

Meriden

721,037

T1141

Middlebury

67,184

T1142

Middlefield

198,671

T1143

Middletown

1,594,059

T1144

Milford

1,110,891

T1145

Monroe

151,649

T1146

Montville

356,761

T1147

Morris

2,926

T1148

Naugatuck

274,100

T1149

New Britain

1,182,061

T1150

New Canaan

159

T1151

New Fairfield

912

T1152

New Hartford

110,586

T1153

New Haven

1,175,481

T1154

Newington

758,790

T1155

New London

30,182

T1156

New Milford

628,728

T1157

Newtown

192,643

T1158

Norfolk

5,854

T1159

North Branford

243,540

T1160

North Canaan

304,560

T1161

North Haven

1,194,569

T1162

North Stonington

0

T1163

Norwalk

328,472

T1164

Norwich

161,111

T1165

Old Lyme

1,528

T1166

Old Saybrook

38,321

T1167

Orange

85,980

T1168

Oxford

72,596

T1169

Plainfield

120,563

T1170

Plainville

443,937

T1171

Plymouth

124,508

T1172

Pomfret

22,677

T1173

Portland

73,590

T1174

Preston

0

T1175

Prospect

56,300

T1176

Putnam

139,075

T1177

Redding

1,055

T1178

Ridgefield

452,270

T1179

Rocky Hill

192,142

T1180

Roxbury

478

T1181

Salem

3,740

T1182

Salisbury

66

T1183

Scotland

6,096

T1184

Seymour

255,384

T1185

Sharon

0

T1186

Shelton

483,928

T1187

Sherman

0

T1188

Simsbury

62,846

T1189

Somers

72,769

T1190

Southbury

16,678

T1191

Southington

658,809

T1192

South Windsor

1,084,232

T1193

Sprague

334,376

T1194

Stafford

355,770

T1195

Stamford

407,895

T1196

Sterling

19,506

T1197

Stonington

80,628

T1198

Stratford

2,838,621

T1199

Suffield

152,561

T1200

Thomaston

315,229

T1201

Thompson

62,329

T1202

Tolland

75,056

T1203

Torrington

486,957

T1204

Trumbull

163,740

T1205

Union

0

T1206

Vernon

121,917

T1207

Voluntown

1,589

T1208

Wallingford

1,589,756

T1209

Warren

235

T1210

Washington

231

T1211

Waterbury

2,076,795

T1212

Waterford

27,197

T1213

Watertown

521,334

T1214

Westbrook

214,436

T1215

West Hartford

648,560

T1216

West Haven

137,765

T1217

Weston

366

T1218

Westport

0

T1219

Wethersfield

17,343

T1220

Willington

15,891

T1221

Wilton

247,801

T1222

Winchester

249,336

T1223

Windham

369,559

T1224

Windsor

1,078,969

T1225

Windsor Locks

1,567,628

T1226

Wolcott

189,485

T1227

Woodbridge

27,108

T1228

Woodbury

45,172

T1229

Woodstock

55,097

T1230

 

T1231

Borough of Danielson

0

T1232

Borough Jewett City

3,329

T1233

Borough Stonington

0

T1234

 

T1235

Barkhamsted F. D.

1,996

T1236

Berlin - Kensington F. D.

9,430

T1237

Berlin - Worthington F. D.

747

T1238

Bloomfield Center Fire

3,371

T1239

Bloomfield Blue Hills

88,142

T1240

Canaan F. D. (no fire district)

0

T1241

Cromwell F. D.

1,662

T1242

Enfield F. D. (1)

12,688

T1243

Enfield Thompsonville (2)

2,814

T1244

Enfield Haz'dv'l F. D. (3)

1,089

T1245

Enfield N. Thmps'nv'l F. D. (4)

55

T1246

Enfield Shaker Pines (5)

5,096

T1247

Groton - City

241,680

T1248

Groton Sewer

1,388

T1249

Groton Mystic F. D. #3

19

T1250

Groton Noank F. D. #4

0

T1251

Groton Old Mystic F. D. #5

1,610

T1252

Groton Poquonnock Br. #2

17,967

T1253

Groton W. Pleasant Valley

0

T1254

Killingly Attawaugan F. D.

1,457

T1255

Killingly Dayville F. D.

33,885

T1256

Killingly Dyer Manor

1,157

T1257

E. Killingly F. D.

75

T1258

So. Killingly F. D.

150

T1259

Killingly Williamsville F. D.

5,325

T1260

Manchester Eighth Util.

55,013

T1261

Middletown South F. D.

165,713

T1262

Middletown Westfield F. D.

8,805

T1263

Middletown City Fire

27,038

T1264

New Htfd. Village F. D. #1

5,664

T1265

New Htfd Pine Meadow #3

104

T1266

New Htfd South End F. D.

8

T1267

Plainfield Central Village F. D.

1,167

T1268

Plainfield Moosup F. D.

1,752

T1269

Plainfield F. D. #255

1,658

T1270

Plainfield Wauregan F. D.

4,360

T1271

Pomfret F. D.

841

T1272

Putnam E. Putnam F. D.

8,196

T1273

Putnam W. Putnam F. D.

0

T1274

Simsbury F. D.

2,135

T1275

Stafford Springs Service Dist.

12,400

T1276

Sterling F. D.

1,034

T1277

Stonington Mystic F. D.

478

T1278

Stonington Old Mystic F. D.

1,999

T1279

Stonington Pawcatuck F. D.

4,424

T1280

Stonington Quiambaug F. D.

65

T1281

Stonington F. D.

0

T1282

Stonington Wequetequock F. D.

58

T1283

Trumbull Center

461

T1284

Trumbull Long Hill F. D.

889

T1285

Trumbull Nichols F. D.

3,102

T1286

Watertown F. D.

0

T1287

West Haven Allingtown F. D. (3)

17,230

T1288

W. Haven First Ctr Fire Taxn (1)

7,410

T1289

West Haven West Shore F. D. (2)

29,445

T1290

Windsor Wilson F. D.

170

T1291

Windsor F. D.

38

T1292

Windham First

7,096

T1293

   

T1294

GRAND TOTAL

$ 49,875,871]

T1295

Municipality

Grant Amounts

T1296

   

T1297

Andover

$4,334

T1298

Ansonia

17,516

T1299

Ashford

2,772

T1300

Avon

14,986

T1301

Barkhamsted

4,427

T1302

Beacon Falls

8,078

T1303

Berlin

6,900

T1304

Bethany

9,520

T1305

Bethel

27,767

T1306

Bethlehem

2,641

T1307

Bloomfield

103,995

T1308

Bolton

8,178

T1309

Bozrah

2,594

T1310

Branford

20,710

T1311

Bridgeport

1,291,145

T1312

Bridgewater

1,941

T1313

Bristol

341,480

T1314

Brookfield

16,694

T1315

Brooklyn

33,597

T1316

Burlington

9,164

T1317

Canaan

14,773

T1318

Canterbury

3,375

T1319

Canton

6,384

T1320

Chaplin

8,192

T1321

Cheshire

439,072

T1322

Chester

5,111

T1323

Clinton

7,299

T1324

Colchester

10,191

T1325

Colebrook

2,625

T1326

Columbia

3,057

T1327

Cornwall

4,041

T1328

Coventry

9,006

T1329

Cromwell

14,215

T1330

Danbury

388,135

T1331

Darien

16,661

T1332

Deep River

3,396

T1333

Derby

117,364

T1334

Durham

4,705

T1335

East Granby

523

T1336

East Haddam

7,775

T1337

East Hampton

18,608

T1338

East Hartford

772,290

T1339

East Haven

49,729

T1340

East Lyme

132,160

T1341

East Windsor

62,707

T1342

Eastford

2,612

T1343

Easton

9,939

T1344

Ellington

4,146

T1345

Enfield

256,749

T1346

Essex

4,613

T1347

Fairfield

193,643

T1348

Farmington

286,393

T1349

Franklin

3,877

T1350

Glastonbury

11,238

T1351

Goshen

4,110

T1352

Granby

4,341

T1353

Greenwich

72,732

T1354

Griswold

17,600

T1355

Groton (Town of)

138,710

T1356

Guilford

7,677

T1357

Haddam

10,761

T1358

Hamden

392,362

T1359

Hampton

5,445

T1360

Hartford

2,293,294

T1361

Hartland

14,301

T1362

Harwinton

2,996

T1363

Hebron

4,431

T1364

Kent

9,220

T1365

Killingly

34,993

T1366

Killingworth

14,629

T1367

Lebanon

6,972

T1368

Ledyard

12,663

T1369

Lisbon

2,947

T1370

Litchfield

11,876

T1371

Lyme

3,816

T1372

Madison

67,839

T1373

Manchester

400,183

T1374

Mansfield

923,187

T1375

Marlborough

4,263

T1376

Meriden

310,028

T1377

Middlebury

8,463

T1378

Middlefield

3,663

T1379

Middletown

659,364

T1380

Milford

102,452

T1381

Monroe

25,797

T1382

Montville

66,894

T1383

Morris

3,928

T1384

Naugatuck

15,746

T1385

New Britain

1,060,161

T1386

New Canaan

9,243

T1387

New Fairfield

17,987

T1388

New Hartford

4,641

T1389

New Haven

2,827,803

T1390

New London

328,672

T1391

New Milford

24,285

T1392

Newington

109,772

T1393

Newtown

208,352

T1394

Norfolk

15,804

T1395

North Branford

3,906

T1396

North Canaan

5,159

T1397

North Haven

76,214

T1398

North Stonington

4,953

T1399

Norwalk

171,967

T1400

Norwich

573,747

T1401

Old Lyme

8,393

T1402

Old Saybrook

9,876

T1403

Orange

26,308

T1404

Oxford

32,970

T1405

Plainfield

17,278

T1406

Plainville

13,399

T1407

Plymouth

4,294

T1408

Pomfret

7,755

T1409

Portland

5,845

T1410

Preston

2,523

T1411

Prospect

2,826

T1412

Putnam

93,641

T1413

Redding

23,906

T1414

Ridgefield

21,858

T1415

Rocky Hill

124,762

T1416

Roxbury

2,335

T1417

Salem

10,497

T1418

Salisbury

2,956

T1419

Scotland

5,134

T1420

Seymour

14,760

T1421

Sharon

4,107

T1422

Shelton

21,987

T1423

Sherman

1,970

T1424

Simsbury

18,684

T1425

Somers

321,499

T1426

South Windsor

15,957

T1427

Southbury

55,954

T1428

Southington

33,571

T1429

Sprague

3,367

T1430

Stafford

25,095

T1431

Stamford

327,100

T1432

Sterling

2,701

T1433

Stonington

6,047

T1434

Stratford

85,391

T1435

Suffield

1,600

T1436

Thomaston

7,238

T1437

Thompson

4,111

T1438

Tolland

9,418

T1439

Torrington

52,520

T1440

Trumbull

32,138

T1441

Union

4,192

T1442

Vernon

57,743

T1443

Voluntown

10,764

T1444

Wallingford

43,380

T1445

Warren

3,451

T1446

Washington

6,084

T1447

Waterbury

2,235,634

T1448

Waterford

41,933

T1449

Watertown

9,726

T1450

West Hartford

118,493

T1451

West Haven

257,073

T1452

Westbrook

7,208

T1453

Weston

3,430

T1454

Westport

115,603

T1455

Wethersfield

37,969

T1456

Willington

7,705

T1457

Wilton

18,252

T1458

Winchester

135,699

T1459

Windham

496,702

T1460

Windsor

3,832

T1461

Windsor Locks

1,265

T1462

Wolcott

3,561

T1463

Woodbridge

4,603

T1464

Woodbury

6,781

T1465

Woodstock

3,750

(2) The amount of the grant payable to each municipality in any year in accordance with this subsection shall be reduced proportionately in the event that the total of such grants in such year exceeds the amount available in the municipal revenue sharing account established pursuant to subsection (a) of this section with respect to such year.

[(3) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, any municipality that, prior to June 30, 2011, was overpaid under the program set forth in section 12-94b of the general statutes, revision of 1958, revised to January 1, 2011, shall have such overpayments deducted from any grant payable pursuant to this section.

(4) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, not later than August 15, 2012, a payment shall be made to the town of Ledyard in the amount of $ 39,411 and to the town of Montville in the amount of $ 62,954. Such payments shall be in addition to any other payments said towns may receive from the municipal revenue sharing account pursuant to this subsection. ]

(c) If there are moneys available in the municipal revenue sharing account after all grants are made pursuant to subsection (b) of this section, the secretary shall distribute the remaining funds as follows: (1) Fifty per cent of such funds shall be distributed to municipalities on a per capita basis, as determined by the most recent federal decennial census, and (2) fifty per cent shall be distributed in accordance with the formula in subsection (e) of section 3-55j using population information from the most recent federal decennial census, the 2007 equalized net grand list and 1999 per capita income.

Sec. 23. Section 12-170d of the 2014 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage and applicable to applications made on or after April 1, 2014):

(a) Beginning with the calendar year 1973 and for each calendar year thereafter any renter of real property, or of a mobile manufactured home, as defined in section 12-63a, which [he] such renter occupies as his or her home, who meets the qualifications set forth in this section, shall be entitled to receive in the following year in the form of direct payment from the state, a grant in refund of utility and rent bills actually paid by or for [him] such renter on such real property or mobile manufactured home to the extent set forth in section 12-170e. Such grant by the state shall be made upon receipt by the state of a certificate of grant with a copy of the application therefor attached, as provided in section 12-170f, provided such application shall be made within one year from the close of the calendar year for which the grant is requested. If the rental quarters are occupied by more than one person, it shall be assumed for the purposes of this section and sections 12-170e and 12-170f that each of such persons pays his or her proportionate share of the rental and utility expenses levied thereon and grants shall be calculated on that portion of utility and rent bills paid that are applicable to the person making application for grant under said sections. For purposes of this section and [said] sections 12-170e and 12-170f, a [husband and wife] married couple shall constitute one tenant, and a resident of cooperative housing shall be a renter. To qualify for such payment by the state, the renter shall meet qualification requirements in accordance with each of the following subdivisions: (1) (A) At the close of the calendar year for which a grant is claimed be sixty-five years of age or over, or his or her spouse who is residing with [him] such renter shall be sixty-five years of age or over, at the close of such year, or be fifty years of age or over and the surviving spouse of a renter who at the time of his or her death had qualified and was entitled to tax relief under this chapter, provided such spouse was domiciled with such renter at the time of his or her death, or (B) at the close of the calendar year for which a grant is claimed be under age sixty-five and eligible in accordance with applicable federal regulations, to receive permanent total disability benefits under Social Security, or if [he] such renter has not been engaged in employment covered by Social Security and accordingly has not qualified for Social Security benefits [thereunder] but has become qualified for permanent total disability benefits under any federal, state or local government retirement or disability plan, including the Railroad Retirement Act and any government-related teacher's retirement plan, determined by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management to contain requirements in respect to qualification for such permanent total disability benefits which are comparable to such requirements under Social Security; (2) shall reside within this state and shall have resided within this state for at least one year or [his] such renter's spouse who is domiciled with [him] such renter shall have resided within this state for at least one year and shall reside within this state at the time of filing the claim and shall have resided within this state for the period for which claim is made; (3) shall have taxable and nontaxable income, the total of which shall hereinafter be called "qualifying income", during the calendar year preceding the filing of [his] such renter's claim in an amount of not more than twenty thousand dollars, jointly with spouse, if married, and not more than sixteen thousand two hundred dollars if unmarried, provided such maximum amounts of qualifying income shall be subject to adjustment in accordance with subdivision (2) of subsection (a) of section 12-170e, and provided the amount of any Medicaid payments made on behalf of the renter or the spouse of the renter shall not constitute income; and (4) shall not have received financial aid or subsidy from federal, state, county or municipal funds, excluding Social Security receipts, emergency energy assistance under any state program, emergency energy assistance under any federal program, emergency energy assistance under any local program, payments received under the federal Supplemental Security Income Program, payments derived from previous employment, veterans and veterans disability benefits and subsidized housing accommodations, during the calendar year for which a grant is claimed, for payment, directly or indirectly, of rent, electricity, gas, water and fuel applicable to the rented residence. Notwithstanding the provisions of subdivision (4) of this subsection, a renter who receives cash assistance from the Department of Social Services in the calendar year prior to that in which such renter files an application for a grant may be entitled to receive such grant provided the amount of the cash assistance received shall be deducted from the amount of such grant and the difference between the amount of the cash assistance and the amount of the grant is equal to or greater than ten dollars. Funds attributable to such reductions shall be transferred annually from the appropriation to the Department of Housing, for tax relief for elderly renters, to the Department of Social Services, to the appropriate accounts, following the issuance of such grants. Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (b) of section 12-170aa, the owner of a mobile manufactured home may elect to receive benefits under section 12-170e in lieu of benefits under said section 12-170aa.

(b) For purposes of determining qualifying income under subsection (a) of this section with respect to a married renter who submits an application for a grant in accordance with sections 12-170d to 12-170g, inclusive, the Social Security income of the spouse of such renter shall not be included in the qualifying income of such renter, for purposes of determining eligibility for benefits under said sections, if such spouse is a resident of a health care or nursing home facility in this state receiving payment related to such spouse under the Title XIX Medicaid program. An applicant who is legally separated pursuant to the provisions of section 46b-40, as of the thirty-first day of December preceding the date on which such person files an application for a grant in accordance with sections 12-170d to 12-170g, inclusive, may apply as an unmarried person and shall be regarded as such for purposes of determining qualifying income under subsection (a) of this section.

[(c) Any individual who did not receive a grant for the calendar year 2011 pursuant to subsection (a) of this section shall not be eligible to apply for a grant under this program. Any individual who did receive a grant for the calendar year 2011 pursuant to subsection (a) of this section shall continue to be eligible to apply for a grant under this section, provided that any such individual who does not receive a grant in any subsequent calendar year shall no longer be eligible to apply for a grant under this program. ]

Sec. 24. Section 12-801 of the 2014 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

As used in sections 12-563a and 12-800 to 12-818, inclusive, the following terms shall have the following meanings unless the context clearly indicates another meaning:

(1) "Board" or "board of directors" means the board of directors of the corporation;

(2) "Corporation" means the Connecticut Lottery Corporation as created under section 12-802;

(3) "Division" means the former Division of Special Revenue in the Department of Revenue Services;

(4) "Lottery" means (A) the Connecticut state lottery conducted prior to the transfer authorized under section 12-808 by the Division of Special Revenue, (B) after such transfer, the Connecticut state lottery conducted by the corporation pursuant to sections 12-563a and 12-800 to 12-818, inclusive, and (C) the state lottery referred to in subsection (a) of section 53-278g; [, and (D) keno; ]

[(5) "Keno" means a lottery game in which twenty numbers are drawn from a field of eighty numbers by a central computer system using an approved random number generator, a rabbit ear or wheel system device employing eighty numbered balls and the player holding a playslip matching the number of balls required for a particular spot game is awarded a prize as indicated on the approved rate card; ]

[(6)] (5) "Lottery fund" means a fund or funds established by, and under the management and control of, the corporation, into which all lottery revenues of the corporation are deposited, from which all payments and expenses of the corporation are paid and from which transfers to the General Fund are made pursuant to section 12-812; and

[(7)] (6) "Operating revenue" means total revenue received from lottery sales less all cancelled sales and amounts paid as prizes but before payment or provision for payment of any other expenses. [; and]

[(8) "Playslip" means a lottery ticket issued for purposes of playing keno. ]

Sec. 25. Subdivision (4) of subsection (b) of section 12-806 of the 2014 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(4) To introduce new lottery games, modify existing lottery games, utilize existing and new technologies, determine distribution channels for the sale of lottery tickets, [introduce keno pursuant to signed agreements with the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe and the Mohegan Tribe of Indians of Connecticut, in accordance with section 12-806c] and, to the extent specifically authorized by regulations adopted by the Department of Consumer Protection pursuant to chapter 54, introduce instant ticket vending machines, kiosks and automated wagering systems or machines, with all such rights being subject to regulatory oversight by the Department of Consumer Protection, except that the corporation shall not offer any interactive on-line lottery games, including on-line video lottery games for promotional purposes;

Sec. 26. Section 13b-61c of the 2014 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2014):

(a) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, the Comptroller shall transfer the sum of seventy-one million two hundred thousand dollars from the resources of the General Fund to the Special Transportation Fund.

(b) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011, the Comptroller shall transfer the sum of one hundred seven million five hundred fifty thousand dollars from the resources of the General Fund to the Special Transportation Fund.

(c) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012, the Comptroller shall transfer the sum of eighty-one million five hundred fifty thousand dollars from the resources of the General Fund to the Special Transportation Fund.

(d) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2013, the Comptroller shall transfer the sum of ninety-five million two hundred forty-five thousand dollars from the resources of the General Fund to the Special Transportation Fund.

(e) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015, the Comptroller shall transfer the sum of [two million one hundred thousand] twenty million five hundred thousand dollars from the resources of the General Fund to the Special Transportation Fund.

(f) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2016, the Comptroller shall transfer the sum of one hundred fifty-two million eight hundred thousand dollars from the resources of the General Fund to the Special Transportation Fund.

(g) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2017, and annually thereafter, the Comptroller shall transfer the sum of one hundred sixty-two million eight hundred thousand dollars from the resources of the General Fund to the Special Transportation Fund.

Sec. 27. Section 27-138a of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2014):

The [treasurer of the American Legion as] administrator of the Soldiers, Sailors and Marines Fund may make available: [at each town clerk's office] (1) Online, a copy of the regulations of the fund and the bylaws of the American Legion, and (2) at each town clerk's office, applications for aid from the fund.

Sec. 28. Section 27-138b of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2014):

Any applicant denied aid under section 27-140 shall be given written notice by registered mail by the administrator of the Soldiers, Sailors and Marines Fund stating the reasons for such denial. The applicant may, within [ten] fifteen days of the date of the mailing of such notice, make a request in writing by registered mail directed to the administrator for a hearing on such denial. The administrator shall notify the applicant in writing, within five days of the receipt of the request, of the place and date of hearing, which hearing shall be held not less than thirty days from the date of mailing of the notice. The hearing may be conducted by the administrator or by a hearing officer appointed by the administrator in writing. The applicant shall be entitled to be represented by counsel and a transcript or audio or audiovisual recording of the hearing shall be made by the administrator. If the hearing is conducted by a hearing officer, he shall state his findings and make recommendation to the administrator on the issue of the denial of the application. The administrator, based upon such findings and recommendations of the hearing officer, or after a hearing conducted by him, shall render a decision in writing denying the application or granting it in accordance with the regulations of the Soldiers, Sailors and Marines Fund. A copy of such decision shall be sent by registered mail to the applicant. An applicant aggrieved by said decision may appeal therefrom as provided in section 27-138c, as amended by this act.

Sec. 29. Section 27-138c of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2014):

Any person aggrieved by a decision of the administrator rendered under section 27-138b, as amended by this act, may appeal such decision to a review board composed of [the Adjutant General or his or her designee, the Attorney General or his or her designee, and the Commissioner of Veterans' Affairs or his or her designee] no fewer than three members of the American Legion State Fund Commission as specified in the bylaws of the American Legion. All appeals taken pursuant to this section shall be based solely upon the record of the hearing conducted pursuant to section 27-138b, as amended by this act. A person aggrieved by a decision of the review board may appeal to the Superior Court. [pursuant to the provisions of chapter 54. ]

Sec. 30. Section 27-140 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2014):

All money so paid to and received by the American Legion shall be expended by it in furnishing temporary income; subsistence items such as food, wearing apparel, shelter and related expenses; medical or surgical aid or care or relief to, or in bearing the funeral expenses of, soldiers, sailors or marines who performed service in time of war, as defined in subsection (a) of section 27-103, in any branch of the military service of the United States, including the Connecticut National Guard, or who were engaged in any of the wars waged by the United States during said periods in the forces of any government associated with the United States, who have been honorably discharged therefrom or honorably released from active service therein, and who were citizens or resident aliens of the state at the time of entering said armed forces of the United States, including the Connecticut National Guard, or of any such government, or to their spouses who are living with them, or to their widows or widowers who were living with them at the time of death, or dependent children under eighteen years of age, who may be in need of the same. All such payments shall be made by the American Legion under authority of its bylaws, which bylaws shall set forth the procedure for proof of eligibility for such aid, provided payments made for the care and treatment of any person entitled to the benefits provided for herein, at any hospital receiving aid from the General Assembly unless special care and treatment are required, shall be in accordance with the provisions of section 17b-239, and provided the sum expended for the care or treatment of such person at any other place than a state-aided hospital shall in no case exceed the actual cost of supporting such person at the Veterans' Home, unless special care and treatment are required, when such sum as may be determined by the treasurer of such organization may be paid therefor. [The treasurer of such organization shall account to the Governor and the General Assembly during the months of January, April, July and October for all moneys disbursed by it during the three months next preceding the first day of either of said months, and such account shall show the amount of and the name and address of each person to whom such aid has been furnished. ] Upon the completion of the trust provided for in section 27-138, the principal fund shall revert to the State Treasury.

Sec. 31. Section 27-138e of the 2014 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2014):

(a) The American Legion shall, on or before January fifteenth [biennially] annually, cause an independent audit to be conducted of the expenditures of the Soldiers, Sailors and Marines Fund, described in section 27-138. Such audit shall be conducted in accordance with sections 4-230 to 4-236, inclusive, and regulations adopted pursuant to section 4-236. The audit report shall include: (1) [A detailed description of the fund investments; (2) a description of investment returns, including interest, dividends, realized capital gains and unrealized capital gains organized by investment type; (3) a] A list of [operating] expenditures authorized pursuant to section 27-140 that describes the type, and includes the assistance amount and the number of recipients, of each expenditure for each month; [(4) a list of the number of grant recipients each month; (5) the fund balance for the current year, the amount of interest earned for the current year, the estimated fund balance for the subsequent year and the estimated interest earned for the subsequent year; and (6) any other information that is required to be reported to the Treasurer] and (2) a detailed description of the administrative and operating expenditures incurred by the American Legion in administering the fund, along with the names, titles and compensation of all staff administering the operations of the fund.

(b) Not later than seven business days after the date on which the American Legion receives the audit report of the independent audit described in subsection (a) of this section, the American Legion shall submit to the [Treasurer] Auditors of Public Accounts, the Office of Policy and Management, and the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to [finance, revenue and bonding] appropriations and the budgets of state agencies and veterans' and military affairs a copy of such report. The American Legion shall make such report available to the public in [a paper and] an electronic format.

Sec. 32. (NEW) (Effective July 1, 2014) All furnishings, equipment, and supplies in the possession of the Soldiers, Sailors and Marines Fund on June 30, 2014, shall be transferred to the American Legion at no cost to the American Legion. All documents in the possession of the Soldiers, Sailors and Marines Fund on June 30, 2014, shall be retained by the state in accordance with the state's record retention requirements unless the State Librarian authorizes the administrator of the fund to retain temporary custody of such documents subject to any conditions said librarian may impose.

Sec. 33. (NEW) (Effective July 1, 2014) With the approval of the Department of Administrative Services, the American Legion may utilize office space in state-owned or state-leased buildings, subject to reasonable office rental or lease costs. On and after July 1, 2014, with the approval of the Department of Administrative Services and the Office of Policy and Management, the American Legion shall not be charged for offices in locations where such space was provided on an in-kind basis as of June 30, 2014.

Sec. 34. (Effective July 1, 2014) American Legion personnel with access to the CORE-CT system as of June 30, 2014, may, with the approval of the Comptroller, continue to have such access during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015, for the purposes of the orderly transition of accounting, human resources, payroll and other functions during such fiscal year.

Sec. 35. Subsection (f) of section 17b-112 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2014):

(f) A family leaving assistance at the end of (1) said twenty-one-month time limit, including a family with income above the payment standard, or (2) the sixty-month limit shall have an interview for the purpose of being informed of services that may continue to be available to such family, including employment services available through the Labor Department. Said interview shall contain a determination of benefits available to said family provided by the Department of Social Services. Said interview shall also include a determination of whether such family is eligible for supplemental nutrition assistance or Medicaid. Information and referrals shall be made to such a family for services and benefits including, but not limited to, [the earned income tax credit,] rental subsidies emergency housing, employment services and energy assistance.

Sec. 36. (Effective July 1, 2014) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 2-35 of the general statutes, the appropriations in section 1 of this act are supported by the GENERAL FUND revenue estimates as follows:

T1466

 

FY 15 Enacted

FY 15 Revised

T1467

TAXES

   

T1468

Personal Income

$ 9,399,800,000

$ 9,267,500,000

T1469

Sales and Use

4,164,800,000

4,152,400,000

T1470

Corporations

749,300,000

704,300,000

T1471

Public Service Corporations

284,700,000

296,300,000

T1472

Inheritance and Estate

180,100,000

173,000,000

T1473

Insurance Companies

277,600,000

256,200,000

T1474

Cigarettes

379,500,000

360,900,000

T1475

Real Estate Conveyance

150,800,000

186,900,000

T1476

Oil Companies

35,500,000

34,800,000

T1477

Electric Generation

0

0

T1478

Alcoholic Beverages

60,200,000

60,700,000

T1479

Admissions and Dues

37,300,000

39,900,000

T1480

Health Provider

514,500,000

509,500,000

T1481

Miscellaneous

20,200,000

20,200,000

T1482

TOTAL TAXES

16,254,300,000

16,062,600,000

T1483

     

T1484

Refunds of Taxes

-1,115,600,000

-1,105,100,000

T1485

Earned Income Tax Credit

-121,000,000

0

T1486

R & D Credit Exchange

-6,200,000

-6,800,000

T1487

TAXES LESS REFUNDS

15,011,500,000

14,950,700,000

T1488

     

T1489

OTHER REVENUE

   

T1490

Transfer-Special Revenue

338,400,000

323,100,000

T1491

Indian Gaming Payments

280,400,000

278,500,000

T1492

Licenses, Permits and Fees

274,400,000

288,400,000

T1493

Sales of Commodities

39,400,000

43,500,000

T1494

Rentals, Fines and Escheats

116,600,000

118,400,000

T1495

Investment Income

1,600,000

600,000

T1496

Miscellaneous

170,900,000

161,900,000

T1497

Refunds of Payments

-71,300,000

-72,900,000

T1498

TOTAL OTHER REVENUE

1,150,400,000

1,141,500,000

T1499

     

T1500

OTHER SOURCES

   

T1501

Federal Grants

1,227,900,000

1,296,700,000

T1502

Transfer from Tobacco Settlement

106,000,000

100,000,000

T1503

Transfers to/from Other Funds

4,900,000

-72,800,000

T1504

TOTAL OTHER SOURCES

1,338,800,000

1,323,900,000

T1505

     

T1506

TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUE

17,500,700,000

17,416,100,000

Sec. 37. (Effective July 1, 2014) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 2-35 of the general statutes, the appropriations in section 2 of this act are supported by the SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND revenue estimates as follows:

T1507

 

FY 15 Enacted

FY 15 Revised

T1508

     

T1509

TAXES

   

T1510

Motor Fuels

$ 499,100,000

$ 503,900,000

T1511

Oil Companies

379,100,000

379,100,000

T1512

Sales Tax DMV

79,900,000

82,600,000

T1513

Refunds of Taxes

-6,600,000

-6,600,000

T1514

TOTAL - TAXES LESS REFUNDS

951,500,000

959,000,000

T1515

     

T1516

OTHER SOURCES

   

T1517

Motor Vehicle Receipts

237,500,000

238,100,000

T1518

Licenses, Permits, Fees

139,100,000

138,900,000

T1519

Interest Income

4,100,000

5,000,000

T1520

Federal Grants

13,100,000

12,100,000

T1521

Transfers to/from Other Funds

-19,400,000

-1,000,000

T1522

Refunds of Payments

-3,200,000

-3,216,000

T1523

NET TOTAL OTHER SOURCES

371,200,000

389,884,000

T1524

     

T1525

TOTAL SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND REVENUE

1,322,700,000

1,348,884,000

Sec. 38. (Effective July 1, 2014) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 2-35 of the general statutes, the appropriations in section 3 of this act are supported by the REGIONAL MARKET OPERATION FUND revenue estimates as follows:

T1526

 

FY 15 Enacted

FY 15 Revised

T1527

     

T1528

Rentals and Investment Income

$ 1,000,000

$ 1,000,000

T1529

Use of Fund Balance from Prior Years

0

30,000

T1530

     

T1531

TOTAL REGIONAL MARKET OPERATION FUND REVENUE

1,000,000

1,030,000

Sec. 39. (Effective July 1, 2014) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 2-35 of the general statutes, the appropriations in section 4 of this act are supported by the BANKING FUND revenue estimates as follows:

T1532

 

FY 15 Enacted

FY 15 Revised

T1533

     

T1534

Fees and Assessments

$ 22,301,000

$ 28,800,000

T1535

Use of Fund Balance from Prior Years

5,546,000

0

T1536

     

T1537

TOTAL BANKING FUND REVENUE

27,847,000

28,800,000

Sec. 40. (Effective July 1, 2014) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 2-35 of the general statutes, the appropriations in section 5 of this act are supported by the INSURANCE FUND revenue estimates as follows:

T1538

 

FY 15 Enacted

FY 15 Revised

T1539

     

T1540

Fees and Assessments

$ 31,968,000

$ 36,500,000

T1541

     

T1542

TOTAL INSURANCE FUND REVENUE

31,968,000

36,500,000

Sec. 41. (Effective July 1, 2014) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 2-35 of the general statutes, the appropriations in section 6 of this act are supported by the CONSUMER COUNSEL AND PUBLIC UTILITY CONTROL FUND revenue estimates as follows:

T1543

 

FY 15 Enacted

FY 15 Revised

T1544

     

T1545

Fees and Assessments

$ 25,384,000

$ 25,500,000

T1546

     

T1547

TOTAL CONSUMER COUNSEL AND PUBLIC UTILITY CONTROL FUND REVENUE

25,384,000

25,500,000

Sec. 42. (Effective July 1, 2014) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 2-35 of the general statutes, the appropriations in section 7 of this act are supported by the WORKERS' COMPENSATION FUND revenue estimates as follows:

T1548

 

FY 15 Enacted

FY 15 Revised

T1549

     

T1550

Fees and Assessments

$ 25,235,000

$ 27,500,000

T1551

     

T1552

TOTAL WORKERS' COMPENSATION FUND REVENUE

25,235,000

27,500,000

Sec. 43. Section 12-704e of the general statutes is repealed. (Effective from passage and applicable to taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 2014)

Sec. 44. Section 12-806c of the 2014 supplement to the general statutes is repealed. (Effective from passage)

Sec. 45. Section 21 of public act 13-184, as amended by section 99 of public act 13-247, section 101 of public act 13-184, and section 107 of public act 13-184, as amended by section 378 of public act 13-247 are repealed. (Effective July 1, 2014)"

This act shall take effect as follows and shall amend the following sections:

Section 1

July 1, 201

New section

Sec. 2

July 1, 201

New section

Sec. 3

July 1, 2014

New section

Sec. 4

July 1, 201

New section

Sec. 5

July 1, 201

New section

Sec. 6

July 1, 2014

New section

Sec. 7

July 1, 2014

New section

Sec. 8

July 1, 2014

4-28e(c)

Sec. 9

July 1, 2014

PA 13-184, Sec. 108

Sec. 10

July 1, 2014

New section

Sec. 11

from passage

17b-242(a)

Sec. 12

from passage

17b-343

Sec. 13

July 1, 2014

New section

Sec. 14

from passage

New section

Sec. 15

from passage

31-264a(c)

Sec. 16

July 1, 2014

9-705(a) to (h)

Sec. 17

July 1, 2014

New section

Sec. 18

July 1, 2014

17b-260a

Sec. 19

July 1, 2014

New section

Sec. 20

July 1, 2014

New section

Sec. 21

from passage

New section

Sec. 22

July 1, 2014

4-66l

Sec. 23

from passage and applicable to applications made on or after April 1, 2014

12-170d

Sec. 24

from passage

12-801

Sec. 25

from passage

12-806(b)(4)

Sec. 26

July 1, 2014

13b-61c

Sec. 27

July 1, 2014

27-138a

Sec. 28

July 1, 2014

27-138b

Sec. 29

July 1, 2014

27-138c

Sec. 30

July 1, 2014

27-140

Sec. 31

July 1, 2014

27-138e

Sec. 32

July 1, 2014

New section

Sec. 33

July 1, 2014

New section

Sec. 34

July 1, 2014

New section

Sec. 35

July 1, 2014

17b-112(f)

Sec. 36

July 1, 2014

New section

Sec. 37

July 1, 2014

New section

Sec. 38

July 1, 201

New section

Sec. 39

July 1, 2014

New section

Sec. 40

July 1, 2014

New section

Sec. 41

July 1, 2014

New section

Sec. 42

July 1, 2014

New section

Sec. 43

from passage and applicable to taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 2014

Repealer section

Sec. 44

from passage

Repealer section

Sec. 45

July 1, 2014

Repealer section