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Senate Bill No. 1801

June Special Session, Public Act No. 09-1

AN ACT CONCERNING THE STATE BUDGET FOR THE BIENNIUM ENDING JUNE 30, 2011, AND MAKING APPROPRIATIONS THEREFOR.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened:

Section 1. (Effective July 1, 2009) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated for the purposes described.

 

GENERAL FUND

 
   

2009- 2010

     
   

$

     
 

LEGISLATIVE

 
     
 

LEGISLATIVE MANAGEMENT

 
 

Personal Services

43,719,641

 

Other Expenses

16,890,317

 

Equipment

984,500

 

Flag Restoration

50,000

 

Minor Capital Improvements

1,200,000

 

Interim Salary/Caucus Offices

567,500

 

Redistricting

300,000

 

Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering

200,000

 

Old State House

600,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Interstate Conference Fund

382,875

 

AGENCY TOTAL

64,894,833

     
 

AUDITORS OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS

 
 

Personal Services

12,017,107

 

Other Expenses

795,510

 

Equipment

50,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

12,862,617

     
 

COMMISSION ON AGING

 
 

Personal Services

358,998

 

Other Expenses

55,516

 

AGENCY TOTAL

414,514

     
 

PERMANENT COMMISSION ON THE STATUS

 
 

OF WOMEN

 
 

Personal Services

725,502

 

Other Expenses

156,179

 

Equipment

1,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

882,681

     
 

COMMISSION ON CHILDREN

 
 

Personal Services

727,758

 

Other Expenses

157,324

 

AGENCY TOTAL

885,082

     
 

LATINO AND PUERTO RICAN AFFAIRS

 
 

COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

464,124

 

Other Expenses

60,501

 

AGENCY TOTAL

524,625

     
 

AFRICAN-AMERICAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

323,403

 

Other Expenses

30,724

 

AGENCY TOTAL

354,127

     
 

ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN AFFAIRS

 
 

COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

49,810

 

Other Expenses

10,000

 

Equipment

5,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

64,810

     
 

TOTAL

80,883,289

 

LEGISLATIVE

 
     
 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

 
     
 

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

 
 

Personal Services

2,631,374

 

Other Expenses

236,995

 

Equipment

95

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,868,464

     
 

SECRETARY OF THE STATE

 
 

Personal Services

1,650,000

 

Other Expenses

843,884

 

Equipment

100

 

Commercial Recording Division

7,934,721

 

AGENCY TOTAL

10,428,705

     
 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

 
 

Personal Services

400,000

 

Other Expenses

44,300

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

444,400

     
 

ELECTIONS ENFORCEMENT COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

1,581,631

 

Other Expenses

314,058

 

Equipment

24,985

 

Citizens' Election Fund Administration Account

3,000,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

4,920,674

     
 

OFFICE OF STATE ETHICS

 
 

Personal Services

1,536,526

 

Other Expenses

239,017

 

Equipment

16,500

 

Judge Trial Referee Fees

20,000

 

Reserve for Attorney Fees

26,129

 

Information Technology Initiatives

50,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,888,172

     
 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

1,978,200

 

Other Expenses

239,918

 

Equipment

44,800

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,262,918

     
 

JUDICIAL SELECTION COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

72,072

 

Other Expenses

18,375

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

90,547

     
 

STATE PROPERTIES REVIEW BOARD

 
 

Personal Services

308,229

 

Other Expenses

191,612

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

499,941

     
 

CONTRACTING STANDARDS BOARD

 
 

Personal Services

350,000

 

Other Expenses

425,000

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

775,100

     
 

STATE TREASURER

 
 

Personal Services

4,105,709

 

Other Expenses

317,968

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

4,423,777

     
 

STATE COMPTROLLER

 
 

Personal Services

22,405,656

 

Other Expenses

4,914,630

 

Equipment

100

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Governmental Accounting Standards Board

19,570

 

AGENCY TOTAL

27,339,956

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE SERVICES

 
 

Personal Services

62,765,072

 

Other Expenses

10,006,747

 

Equipment

100

 

Collection and Litigation Contingency Fund

204,479

 

AGENCY TOTAL

72,976,398

     
 

DIVISION OF SPECIAL REVENUE

 
 

Personal Services

5,658,231

 

Other Expenses

1,142,289

 

Equipment

100

 

Gaming Policy Board

2,903

 

AGENCY TOTAL

6,803,523

     
 

STATE INSURANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT

 
 

BOARD

 
 

Personal Services

294,130

 

Other Expenses

12,952,857

 

Equipment

100

 

Surety Bonds for State Officials and Employees

95,200

 

AGENCY TOTAL

13,342,287

     
 

OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT

 
 

Personal Services

15,388,813

 

Other Expenses

2,802,640

 

Equipment

100

 

Automated Budget System and Data Base Link

59,780

 

Leadership, Education, Athletics in Partnership

 
 

(LEAP)

850,000

 

Cash Management Improvement Act

100

 

Justice Assistance Grants

2,097,708

 

Neighborhood Youth Centers

1,200,000

 

Water Planning Council

170,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Tax Relief for Elderly Renters

22,000,000

 

Regional Planning Agencies

200,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Reimbursement Property Tax - Disability

 
 

Exemption

400,000

 

Distressed Municipalities

7,800,000

 

Property Tax Relief Elderly Circuit Breaker

20,505,899

 

Property Tax Relief Elderly Freeze Program

610,000

 

Property Tax Relief for Veterans

2,970,099

 

P. I. L. O. T. - New Manufacturing Machinery and

 
 

Equipment

57,348,215

 

Capital City Economic Development

6,400,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

140,803,354

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS

 
 

Personal Services

24,949,071

 

Other Expenses

6,970,217

 

Equipment

100

 

Support Services for Veterans

190,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Burial Expenses

7,200

 

Headstones

370,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

32,486,588

     
 

OFFICE OF WORKFORCE COMPETITIVENESS

 
 

Personal Services

426,287

 

Other Expenses

100,000

 

CETC Workforce

1,000,000

 

Job Funnels Projects

500,000

 

Nanotechnology Study

200,000

 

SBIR Initiative

250,000

 

Spanish-American Merchants Association

570,000

 

SBIR Matching Grants

150,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

3,196,287

     
 

BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY

 
 

Personal Services

340,711

 

Other Expenses

158,357

 

Equipment

7,082

 

AGENCY TOTAL

506,150

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE

 
 

SERVICES

 
 

Personal Services

22,653,217

 

Other Expenses

609,351

 

Equipment

100

 

Loss Control Risk Management

239,329

 

Employees' Review Board

32,630

 

Refunds of Collections

28,500

 

W. C. Administrator

5,213,554

 

Hospital Billing System

109,950

 

Correctional Ombudsman

334,000

 

Claims Commissioner Operations

339,094

 

AGENCY TOTAL

29,559,725

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION

 
 

TECHNOLOGY

 
 

Personal Services

8,946,175

 

Other Expenses

6,362,489

 

Equipment

100

 

Connecticut Education Network

3,980,885

 

Internet and E-Mail Services

5,552,968

 

Statewide Information Technology Services

23,035,342

 

AGENCY TOTAL

47,877,959

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

 
 

Personal Services

7,589,020

 

Other Expenses

26,785,784

 

Equipment

100

 

Management Services

3,836,508

 

Rents and Moving

11,646,996

 

Capitol Day Care Center

127,250

 

Facilities Design Expenses

4,700,853

 

AGENCY TOTAL

54,686,511

     
 

ATTORNEY GENERAL

 
 

Personal Services

31,317,674

 

Other Expenses

1,030,637

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

32,348,411

     
 

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

 
 

Personal Services

49,764,312

 

Other Expenses

2,303,715

 

Equipment

1,900

 

Forensic Sex Evidence Exams

1,021,060

 

Witness Protection

344,211

 

Training and Education

114,916

 

Expert Witnesses

198,643

 

Medicaid Fraud Control

739,918

 

Criminal Justice Commission

650

 

AGENCY TOTAL

54,489,325

     
 

STATE MARSHAL COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

301,287

 

Other Expenses

108,672

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

410,059

     
 

TOTAL

545,429,231

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

 
     
 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

 
 

Personal Services

127,815,862

 

Other Expenses

29,557,094

 

Equipment

100

 

Stress Reduction

23,354

 

Fleet Purchase

6,573,239

 

Workers' Compensation Claims

3,438,787

 

COLLECT

48,925

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Civil Air Patrol

34,920

 

AGENCY TOTAL

167,492,281

     
 

POLICE OFFICER STANDARDS AND

 
 

TRAINING COUNCIL

 
 

Personal Services

1,895,106

 

Other Expenses

993,398

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,888,604

     
 

BOARD OF FIREARMS PERMIT EXAMINERS

 
 

Personal Services

72,390

 

Other Expenses

8,971

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

81,461

     
 

MILITARY DEPARTMENT

 
 

Personal Services

3,429,348

 

Other Expenses

2,850,995

 

Equipment

100

 

Firing Squads

319,500

 

Veteran's Service Bonuses

306,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

6,905,943

     
 

COMMISSION ON FIRE PREVENTION AND

 
 

CONTROL

 
 

Personal Services

1,657,698

 

Other Expenses

712,288

 

Equipment

100

 

Firefighter Training I

555,250

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Fire Training School - Willimantic

161,798

 

Fire Training School - Torrington

81,367

 

Fire Training School - New Haven

48,364

 

Fire Training School - Derby

37,139

 

Fire Training School - Wolcott

100,162

 

Fire Training School - Fairfield

70,395

 

Fire Training School - Hartford

169,336

 

Fire Training School - Middletown

59,053

 

Payments to Volunteer Fire Companies

195,000

 

Fire Training School - Stamford

55,432

 

AGENCY TOTAL

3,903,382

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF BANKING

 
 

Personal Services

10,785,132

 

Other Expenses

1,974,735

 

Equipment

18,984

 

AGENCY TOTAL

12,778,851

     
 

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT

 
 

Personal Services

13,252,487

 

Other Expenses

2,396,611

 

Equipment

102,375

 

AGENCY TOTAL

15,751,473

     
 

OFFICE OF CONSUMER COUNSEL

 
 

Personal Services

1,476,507

 

Other Expenses

556,971

 

Equipment

10,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,043,478

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC UTILITY CONTROL

 
 

Personal Services

11,419,537

 

Other Expenses

1,593,827

 

Equipment

60,500

 

AGENCY TOTAL

13,073,864

     
 

OFFICE OF THE HEALTHCARE ADVOCATE

 
 

Personal Services

641,509

 

Other Expenses

140,351

 

Equipment

2,400

 

AGENCY TOTAL

784,260

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION

 
 

Personal Services

10,774,000

 

Other Expenses

1,298,990

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

12,073,090

     
 

LABOR DEPARTMENT

 
 

Personal Services

8,630,815

 

Other Expenses

750,000

 

Equipment

100

 

Occupational Health Clinics

674,000

 

Workforce Investment Act

22,957,988

 

Connecticut's Youth Employment Program

1,500,000

 

Jobs First Employment Services

17,555,803

 

Opportunity Industrial Centers

500,000

 

Individual Development Accounts

250,000

 

STRIDE

270,000

 

Apprenticeship Program

500,000

 

Connecticut Career Resource Network

149,667

 

21st Century Jobs

450,000

 

Incumbent Worker Training

450,000

 

STRIVE

270,000

 

Customized Services

500,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

55,408,373

     
 

OFFICE OF THE VICTIM ADVOCATE

 
 

Personal Services

260,963

 

Other Expenses

40,020

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

301,083

     
 

COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND

 
 

OPPORTUNITIES

 
 

Personal Services

6,137,017

 

Other Expenses

887,376

 

Equipment

100

 

Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission

6,650

 

AGENCY TOTAL

7,031,143

     
 

OFFICE OF PROTECTION AND ADVOCACY

 
 

FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

 
 

Personal Services

2,348,226

 

Other Expenses

369,483

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,717,809

     
 

OFFICE OF THE CHILD ADVOCATE

 
 

Personal Services

644,662

 

Other Expenses

162,016

 

Equipment

100

 

Child Fatality Review Panel

95,010

 

AGENCY TOTAL

901,788

     
 

WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

9,900,000

 

Other Expenses

2,558,530

 

Equipment

97,000

 

Rehabilitative Services

2,288,065

 

AGENCY TOTAL

14,843,595

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY

 
 

MANAGEMENT AND HOMELAND

 
 

SECURITY

 
 

Personal Services

3,339,140

 

Other Expenses

854,460

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

4,193,700

     
 

TOTAL

323,174,178

 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

 
 

Personal Services

3,870,000

 

Other Expenses

400,000

 

Equipment

100

 

Vibrio Bacterium Program

100

 

Dairy Farmers

10,000,000

 

Senior Food Vouchers

300,000

 

Urban Organic Farms

50,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

WIC Program for Fresh Produce for Seniors

104,500

 

Collection of Agricultural Statistics

1,080

 

Tuberculosis and Brucellosis Indemnity

900

 

Fair Testing

5,040

 

Connecticut Grown Product Promotion

15,000

 

WIC Coupon Program for Fresh Produce

184,090

 

AGENCY TOTAL

14,930,810

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL

 
 

PROTECTION

 
 

Personal Services

33,590,000

 

Other Expenses

3,456,277

 

Equipment

100

 

Stream Gaging

199,561

 

Mosquito Control

300,000

 

State Superfund Site Maintenance

371,450

 

Laboratory Fees

248,289

 

Dam Maintenance

132,489

 

Invasive Plants Council

25,000

 

Councils, Districts, and ERTs Land Use Assistance

800,000

 

Emergency Spill Response Account

10,577,774

 

Environmental Quality Fees Fund

9,448,515

 

Solid Waste Management Account

2,832,429

 

Underground Storage Tank Account

4,925,616

 

Clean Air Account Fund

4,903,091

 

Environmental Conservation Fund

7,892,385

 

Boating Account

5,917,358

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Agreement USGS-Geological Investigation

47,000

 

Agreement USGS - Hydrological Study

155,456

 

New England Interstate Water Pollution

 
 

Commission

8,400

 

Northeast Interstate Forest Fire Compact

2,040

 

Connecticut River Valley Flood Control

 
 

Commission

40,200

 

Thames River Valley Flood Control Commission

48,281

 

Agreement USGS-Water Quality Stream

 
 

Monitoring

215,412

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Lobster Restoration

300,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

86,437,123

     
 

COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

 
 

Personal Services

162,460

 

Other Expenses

14,500

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

177,060

     
 

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

 
 

Personal Services

3,026,406

 

Other Expenses

857,658

 

Equipment

100

 

State-Wide Marketing

1

 

Connecticut Association for the Performing Arts/

 
 

Shubert Theater

427,500

 

Hartford Urban Arts Grant

427,500

 

New Britain Arts Alliance

85,500

 

Film Industry Training Program

250,000

 

Ivoryton Playhouse

50,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Discovery Museum

427,500

 

National Theatre for the Deaf

171,000

 

Culture, Tourism, and Arts Grant

2,000,000

 

CT Trust for Historic Preservation

237,500

 

Connecticut Science Center

475,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Greater Hartford Arts Council

106,875

 

Stamford Center for the Arts

427,500

 

Stepping Stone Child Museum

50,000

 

Maritime Center Authority

600,000

 

Basic Cultural Resources Grant

1,500,000

 

Tourism Districts

1,800,000

 

Connecticut Humanities Council

2,375,000

 

Amistad Committee for the Freedom Trail

50,000

 

Amistad Vessel

427,500

 

New Haven Festival of Arts and Ideas

900,000

 

New Haven Arts Council

106,875

 

Palace Theater

427,500

 

Beardsley Zoo

400,000

 

Mystic Aquarium

700,000

 

Quinebaug Tourism

50,000

 

Northwestern Tourism

50,000

 

Eastern Tourism

50,000

 

Central Tourism

50,000

 

Twain/Stowe Homes

108,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

18,614,915

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND

 
 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 
 

Personal Services

7,106,307

 

Other Expenses

1,505,188

 

Equipment

100

 

Elderly Rental Registry and Counselors

598,171

 

Small Business Incubator Program

750,000

 

Fair Housing

325,000

 

CCAT - Energy Application Research

100,000

 

Main Street Initiatives

155,000

 

Residential Service Coordinators

500,000

 

Office of Military Affairs

161,587

 

Hydrogen/Fuel Cell Economy

237,500

 

Southeast CT Incubator

250,000

 

CCAT-CT Manufacturing Supply Chain

500,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Entrepreneurial Centers

135,375

 

Subsidized Assisted Living Demonstration

1,709,000

 

Congregate Facilities Operation Costs

6,884,547

 

Housing Assistance and Counseling Program

438,500

 

Elderly Congregate Rent Subsidy

2,284,699

 

CONNSTEP

800,000

 

Development Research and Economic Assistance

237,500

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Tax Abatement

1,704,890

 

Payment in Lieu of Taxes

2,204,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

28,587,364

     
 

AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION

 
 

Personal Services

6,150,000

 

Other Expenses

923,511

 

Equipment

100

 

Mosquito Control

222,089

 

Wildlife Disease Prevention

83,344

 

AGENCY TOTAL

7,379,044

     
 

TOTAL

156,126,316

 

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

 
     
 

HEALTH AND HOSPITALS

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

 
 

Personal Services

32,228,109

 

Other Expenses

5,574,481

 

Equipment

100

 

Needle and Syringe Exchange Program

455,072

 

Children's Health Initiatives

1,481,766

 

Childhood Lead Poisoning

1,098,172

 

AIDS Services

5,052,598

 

Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection and

 
 

Treatment

2,426,775

 

Services for Children Affected by AIDS

245,029

 

Children with Special Health Care Needs

1,271,627

 

Medicaid Administration

3,780,968

 

Fetal and Infant Mortality Review

315,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Community Health Services

6,986,052

 

Rape Crisis

439,684

 

X-Ray Screening and Tuberculosis Care

759,799

 

Genetic Diseases Programs

877,416

 

Immunization Services

9,044,950

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Local and District Departments of Health

4,264,470

 

Venereal Disease Control

195,210

 

School Based Health Clinics

10,440,646

 

AGENCY TOTAL

86,937,924

     
 

OFFICE OF HEALTH CARE ACCESS

 
 

Personal Services

1,930,636

 

Other Expenses

210,624

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,141,360

     
 

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER

 
 

Personal Services

5,182,094

 

Other Expenses

741,861

 

Equipment

5,000

 

Medicolegal Investigations

100,039

 

AGENCY TOTAL

6,028,994

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENTAL

 
 

SERVICES

 
 

Personal Services

305,242,900

 

Other Expenses

27,093,834

 

Equipment

100

 

Human Resource Development

219,790

 

Family Support Grants

3,280,095

 

Cooperative Placements Program

21,284,706

 

Clinical Services

4,812,372

 

Early Intervention

30,243,415

 

Community Temporary Support Services

67,315

 

Community Respite Care Programs

330,345

 

Workers' Compensation Claims

14,246,035

 

Pilot Program for Autism Services

1,525,176

 

Voluntary Services

33,692,416

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Rent Subsidy Program

4,537,554

 

Family Reunion Program

137,900

 

Employment Opportunities and Day Services

178,743,735

 

Community Residential Services

378,947,857

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,004,405,545

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND

 
 

ADDICTION SERVICES

 
 

Personal Services

210,530,850

 

Other Expenses

34,667,107

 

Equipment

100

 

Housing Supports and Services

12,734,867

 

Managed Service System

37,208,822

 

Legal Services

550,275

 

Connecticut Mental Health Center

8,638,491

 

Professional Services

9,688,898

 

General Assistance Managed Care

83,081,389

 

Workers' Compensation Claims

13,244,566

 

Nursing Home Screening

622,784

 

Young Adult Services

46,890,306

 

TBI Community Services

7,743,612

 

Jail Diversion

4,426,568

 

Behavioral Health Medications

8,869,095

 

Prison Overcrowding

6,231,683

 

Medicaid Adult Rehabilitation Option

4,044,234

 

Discharge and Diversion Services

3,080,116

 

Home and Community Based Services

2,880,327

 

Persistent Violent Felony Offenders Act

703,333

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Grants for Substance Abuse Services

25,528,766

 

Grants for Mental Health Services

77,894,230

 

Employment Opportunities

10,630,353

 

AGENCY TOTAL

609,890,772

     
 

PSYCHIATRIC SECURITY REVIEW BOARD

 
 

Personal Services

321,454

 

Other Expenses

39,441

 

AGENCY TOTAL

360,895

     
 

TOTAL

1,709,765,490

 

HEALTH AND HOSPITALS

 
     
 

HUMAN SERVICES

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

 
 

Personal Services

120,730,027

 

Other Expenses

88,648,799

 

Equipment

100

 

Children's Health Council

218,317

 

HUSKY Outreach

706,452

 

Genetic Tests in Paternity Actions

201,202

 

State Food Stamp Supplement

408,616

 

Day Care Projects

478,820

 

HUSKY Program

46,061,200

 

Charter Oak Health Plan

14,730,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Vocational Rehabilitation

7,386,668

 

Medicaid

3,878,659,700

 

Lifestar Helicopter

1,388,190

 

Old Age Assistance

36,328,262

 

Aid to the Blind

724,259

 

Aid to the Disabled

60,649,322

 

Temporary Assistance to Families - TANF

117,434,597

 

Emergency Assistance

500

 

Food Stamp Training Expenses

32,397

 

Connecticut Pharmaceutical Assistance Contract to

 
 

the Elderly

10,519,645

 

Healthy Start

1,490,220

 

DMHAS-Disproportionate Share

105,935,000

 

Connecticut Home Care Program

66,428,400

 

Human Resource Development-Hispanic

 
 

Programs

1,040,365

 

Services to the Elderly

4,947,948

 

Safety Net Services

2,100,897

 

Transportation for Employment Independence

 
 

Program

3,321,613

 

Transitionary Rental Assistance

1,186,680

 

Refunds of Collections

187,150

 

Services for Persons With Disabilities

695,309

 

Child Care Services-TANF/CCDBG

103,872,455

 

Nutrition Assistance

372,663

 

Housing/Homeless Services

44,051,497

 

Employment Opportunities

1,231,379

 

Human Resource Development

38,581

 

Child Day Care

10,617,392

 

Independent Living Centers

440,000

 

AIDS Drug Assistance

606,678

 

Disproportionate Share-Medical Emergency

 
 

Assistance

24,725,000

 

DSH-Urban Hospitals in Distressed Municipalities

18,550,000

 

State Administered General Assistance

284,023,580

 

School Readiness

4,619,697

 

Connecticut Children's Medical Center

11,020,000

 

Community Services

3,414,013

 

Alzheimer Respite Care

2,294,388

 

Human Service Infrastructure Community Action

 
 

Program

3,998,796

 

Teen Pregnancy Prevention

1,527,384

 

Medicare Part D Supplemental Needs Fund

13,120,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Child Day Care

5,263,706

 

Human Resource Development

31,034

 

Human Resource Development-Hispanic

 
 

Programs

5,900

 

Teen Pregnancy Prevention

870,326

 

Services to the Elderly

44,405

 

Housing/Homeless Services

686,592

 

Community Services

116,358

 

AGENCY TOTAL

5,108,182,479

     
 

STATE DEPARTMENT ON AGING

 
 

Other Expenses

100

     
 

SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND MARINES' FUND

 
 

Personal Services

562,939

 

Other Expenses

82,788

 

Award Payments to Veterans

1,979,800

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,625,527

     
 

TOTAL

5,110,808,106

 

HUMAN SERVICES

 
     
 

EDUCATION, MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

 
 

Personal Services

149,913,706

 

Other Expenses

17,514,076

 

Equipment

100

 

Basic Skills Exam Teachers in Training

1,239,559

 

Early Childhood Program

5,007,354

 

Development of Mastery Exams Grades 4, 6, and 8

17,533,629

 

Primary Mental Health

500,290

 

Adult Education Action

253,355

 

Vocational Technical School Textbooks

500,000

 

Repair of Instructional Equipment

232,386

 

Minor Repairs to Plant

370,702

 

Connecticut Pre-Engineering Program

350,000

 

Connecticut Writing Project

50,000

 

Resource Equity Assessments

283,654

 

Readers as Leaders

60,000

 

Early Childhood Advisory Cabinet

50,000

 

Best Practices

475,000

 

Longitudinal Data Systems

1,700,000

 

School Accountability

1,855,062

 

Sheff Settlement

13,779,510

 

Community Plans For Early Childhood

450,000

 

Improving Early Literacy

150,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

American School for the Deaf

9,979,202

 

Regional Education Services

1,730,000

 

Omnibus Education Grants State Supported

 
 

Schools

6,548,146

 

Head Start Services

2,748,150

 

Head Start Enhancement

1,773,000

 

Family Resource Centers

6,041,488

 

Charter Schools

48,082,000

 

Youth Service Bureau Enhancement

625,000

 

Head Start - Early Childhood Link

2,200,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Vocational Agriculture

4,560,565

 

Transportation of School Children

47,964,000

 

Adult Education

20,594,371

 

Health and Welfare Services Pupils Private Schools

4,775,000

 

Education Equalization Grants

1,889,609,057

 

Bilingual Education

2,129,033

 

Priority School Districts

117,721,188

 

Young Parents Program

229,330

 

Interdistrict Cooperation

14,127,369

 

School Breakfast Program

1,634,103

 

Excess Cost - Student Based

133,891,451

 

Non-Public School Transportation

3,995,000

 

School to Work Opportunities

213,750

 

Youth Service Bureaus

2,946,418

 

OPEN Choice Program

15,865,002

 

Early Reading Success

2,384,380

 

Magnet Schools

151,607,702

 

After School Program

5,000,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,711,243,088

     
 

BOARD OF EDUCATION AND SERVICES FOR

 
 

THE BLIND

 
 

Personal Services

4,340,192

 

Other Expenses

816,317

 

Equipment

100

 

Educational Aid for Blind and Visually

 
 

Handicapped Children

5,156,842

 

Enhanced Employment Opportunities

673,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Supplementary Relief and Services

103,925

 

Vocational Rehabilitation

890,454

 

Special Training for the Deaf Blind

298,585

 

Connecticut Radio Information Service

87,640

 

AGENCY TOTAL

12,367,055

     
 

COMMISSION ON THE DEAF AND HEARING

 
 

IMPAIRED

 
 

Personal Services

615,686

 

Other Expenses

159,588

 

Equipment

100

 

Part-Time Interpreters

316,944

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,092,318

     
 

STATE LIBRARY

 
 

Personal Services

6,261,095

 

Other Expenses

807,045

 

Equipment

100

 

State-Wide Digital Library

1,968,794

 

Interlibrary Loan Delivery Service

266,434

 

Legal/Legislative Library Materials

1,140,000

 

State-Wide Data Base Program

674,696

 

Info Anytime

42,500

 

Computer Access

190,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Support Cooperating Library Service Units

350,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Grants to Public Libraries

347,109

 

Connecticard Payments

1,226,028

 

AGENCY TOTAL

13,273,801

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION

 
 

Personal Services

2,912,154

 

Other Expenses

167,022

 

Equipment

50

 

Minority Advancement Program

2,405,666

 

Alternate Route to Certification

453,181

 

National Service Act

328,365

 

International Initiatives

66,500

 

Minority Teacher Incentive Program

481,374

 

Education and Health Initiatives

522,500

 

CommPACT Schools

712,500

 

Americorps

1,000,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Capitol Scholarship Program

8,902,779

 

Awards to Children of Deceased/ Disabled

 
 

Veterans

4,000

 

Connecticut Independent College Student Grant

23,913,860

 

Connecticut Aid for Public College Students

30,208,469

 

New England Board of Higher Education

183,750

 

Connecticut Aid to Charter Oak

59,393

 

Washington Center

1,250

 

AGENCY TOTAL

72,322,813

     
 

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT

 
 

Operating Expenses

233,676,524

 

Tuition Freeze

4,741,885

 

Regional Campus Enhancement

8,002,420

 

Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory

100,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

246,520,829

     
 

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT HEALTH

 
 

CENTER

 
 

Operating Expenses

120,224,070

 

AHEC

505,707

 

AGENCY TOTAL

120,729,777

     
 

CHARTER OAK STATE COLLEGE

 
 

Operating Expenses

2,241,389

 

Distance Learning Consortium

682,547

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,923,936

     
 

TEACHERS' RETIREMENT BOARD

 
 

Personal Services

1,947,785

 

Other Expenses

776,322

 

Equipment

100

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Retirement Contributions

559,224,245

 

AGENCY TOTAL

561,948,452

     
 

REGIONAL COMMUNITY - TECHNICAL

 
 

COLLEGES

 
 

Operating Expenses

164,664,704

 

Tuition Freeze

2,160,925

 

Manufacturing Technology Program - Asnuntuck

345,000

 

Expand Manufacturing Technology Program

200,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

167,370,629

     
 

CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY

 
 

Operating Expenses

163,202,280

 

Tuition Freeze

6,561,971

 

Waterbury-Based Degree Program

1,038,281

 

AGENCY TOTAL

170,802,532

     
 

TOTAL

4,080,595,230

 

EDUCATION, MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES

 
     
 

CORRECTIONS

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION

 
 

Personal Services

430,292,324

 

Other Expenses

84,791,809

 

Equipment

100

 

Workers' Compensation Claims

24,898,513

 

Inmate Medical Services

100,097,473

 

Parole Staffing and Operations

6,191,924

 

Mental Health AIC

500,000

 

Distance Learning

250,000

 

Children of Incarcerated Parents

750,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Aid to Paroled and Discharged Inmates

9,500

 

Legal Services to Prisoners

870,595

 

Volunteer Services

170,758

 

Community Support Services

40,370,121

 

AGENCY TOTAL

689,193,117

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

 
 

Personal Services

284,917,238

 

Other Expenses

45,605,530

 

Equipment

100

 

Short-Term Residential Treatment

713,129

 

Substance Abuse Screening

1,823,490

 

Workers' Compensation Claims

8,529,294

 

Local Systems of Care

2,297,676

 

Family Support Services

11,221,507

 

Emergency Needs

1,800,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Health Assessment and Consultation

965,667

 

Grants for Psychiatric Clinics for Children

14,202,249

 

Day Treatment Centers for Children

5,797,630

 

Juvenile Justice Outreach Services

7,107,326

 

Child Abuse and Neglect Intervention

6,200,880

 

Community Emergency Services

84,694

 

Community Based Prevention Programs

4,850,529

 

Family Violence Outreach and Counseling

1,873,779

 

Support for Recovering Families

11,526,730

 

No Nexus Special Education

8,682,808

 

Family Preservation Services

5,385,396

 

Substance Abuse Treatment

3,863,075

 

Child Welfare Support Services

4,256,502

 

Board and Care for Children - Adoption

81,533,474

 

Board and Care for Children - Foster

112,409,873

 

Board and Care for Children - Residential

179,883,630

 

Individualized Family Supports

17,380,448

 

Community KidCare

25,946,425

 

Covenant to Care

166,516

 

Neighborhood Center

261,010

 

AGENCY TOTAL

849,286,605

     
 

CHILDREN'S TRUST FUND COUNCIL

 
 

Personal Services

1,397,393

 

Other Expenses

63,998

 

Equipment

100

 

Children's Trust Fund

13,678,147

 

AGENCY TOTAL

15,139,638

     
 

TOTAL

1,553,619,360

 

CORRECTIONS

 
     
 

JUDICIAL

 
     
 

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

 
 

Personal Services

325,888,124

 

Other Expenses

75,597,089

 

Equipment

45,249

 

Alternative Incarceration Program

54,851,576

 

Justice Education Center, Inc.

293,111

 

Juvenile Alternative Incarceration

44,956,131

 

Juvenile Justice Centers

3,104,877

 

Probate Court

5,500,000

 

Youthful Offender Services

10,548,541

 

Victim Security Account

73,000

 

Foreclosure Mediation Program

2,373,829

 

AGENCY TOTAL

523,231,527

     
 

PUBLIC DEFENDER SERVICES COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

39,079,397

 

Other Expenses

1,504,829

 

Equipment

105

 

Special Public Defenders - Contractual

3,144,467

 

Special Public Defenders - Non-Contractual

5,407,777

 

Expert Witnesses

1,535,646

 

Training and Education

116,852

 

AGENCY TOTAL

50,789,073

     
 

CHILD PROTECTION COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

654,611

 

Other Expenses

175,047

 

Equipment

100

 

Training for Contracted Attorneys

42,750

 

Contracted Attorneys

10,295,218

 

Contracted Attorneys Related Expenses

108,713

 

Family Contracted Attorneys/AMC

736,310

 

AGENCY TOTAL

12,012,749

     
 

TOTAL

586,033,349

 

JUDICIAL

 
     
 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

MISCELLANEOUS APPROPRIATION TO THE

 
 

GOVERNOR

 
 

Governor's Contingency Account

100

     
 

DEBT SERVICE - STATE TREASURER

 
 

Debt Service

1,516,494,433

 

UConn 2000 - Debt Service

106,934,315

 

CHEFA Day Care Security

8,500,000

 

Pension Obligation Bonds-Teachers' Retirement

 
 

System

58,451,142

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,690,379,890

     
 

STATE COMPTROLLER - MISCELLANEOUS

 
 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Maintenance of County Base Fire Radio Network

25,176

 

Maintenance of State-Wide Fire Radio Network

16,756

 

Equal Grants to Thirty-Four Non-Profit General

 
 

Hospitals

31

 

Police Association of Connecticut

190,000

 

Connecticut State Firefighter's Association

194,711

 

Interstate Environmental Commission

97,565

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Reimbursement to Towns for Loss of Taxes on

 
 

State Property

73,519,215

 

Reimbursements to Towns for Loss of Taxes on

 
 

Private Tax-Exempt Property

115,431,737

 

AGENCY TOTAL

189,475,191

     
 

STATE COMPTROLLER - FRINGE BENEFITS

 
 

Unemployment Compensation

6,601,807

 

State Employees Retirement Contributions

652,238,296

 

Higher Education Alternative Retirement System

33,403,201

 

Pensions and Retirements - Other Statutory

1,857,000

 

Judges and Compensation Commissioners

 
 

Retirement

15,399,207

 

Insurance - Group Life

8,199,622

 

Employers Social Security Tax

245,045,035

 

State Employees Health Service Cost

484,545,061

 

Retired State Employees Health Service Cost

482,856,000

 

Tuition Reimbursement - Training and Travel

1,020,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,931,165,229

     
 

WORKERS' COMPENSATION CLAIMS -

 
 

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE

 
 

SERVICES

 
 

Workers' Compensation Claims

24,706,154

     
 

JUDICIAL REVIEW COUNCIL

 
 

Personal Services

142,514

 

Other Expenses

27,449

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

170,063

     
 

TOTAL

3,835,896,627

 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

TOTAL

17,982,331,176

 

GENERAL FUND

 
     
 

LESS:

 
     
 

Reduce Outside Consultant Contracts

-95,000,000

 

Estimated Unallocated Lapses

-87,780,000

 

General Personal Services Reduction

-14,000,000

 

General Other Expenses Reductions

-11,000,000

 

Personal Services Reductions

-190,977,440

 

Legislative Unallocated Lapses

-2,700,000

 

DoIT Lapse

-30,836,354

 

Enhance Agency Outcomes

-6,000,000

 

Hard Hiring Freeze

-5,000,000

 

Management Reduction

-10,600,000

     
 

NET -

17,528,437,382

 

GENERAL FUND

 

Sec. 2. (Effective July 1, 2009) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated for the purposes described.

 

MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT AND

 
 

MOHEGAN FUND

 
   

2009- 2010

     
   

$

     
 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

STATE COMPTROLLER - MISCELLANEOUS

 
 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Grants To Towns

61,779,907

     
 

TOTAL

61,779,907

 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

TOTAL

61,779,907

 

MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT AND

 
 

MOHEGAN FUND

 

Sec. 3. (Effective July 1, 2009) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated for the purposes described.

 

CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION

 
 

FUND

 
   

2009- 2010

     
   

$

     
 

JUDICIAL

 
     
 

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

 
 

Criminal Injuries Compensation

3,407,410

     
 

TOTAL

3,407,410

 

JUDICIAL

 
     
 

TOTAL

3,407,410

 

CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION FUND

 

Sec. 4. (Effective July 1, 2009) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated for the purposes described.

 

GENERAL FUND

 
   

2010- 2011

     
   

$

     
 

LEGISLATIVE

 
     
 

LEGISLATIVE MANAGEMENT

 
 

Personal Services

46,473,050

 

Other Expenses

16,890,317

 

Equipment

983,000

 

Flag Restoration

50,000

 

Minor Capital Improvements

925,000

 

Interim Salary/Caucus Offices

461,000

 

Redistricting

500,000

 

Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering

200,000

 

Old State House

608,400

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Interstate Conference Fund

388,235

 

AGENCY TOTAL

67,479,002

     
 

AUDITORS OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS

 
 

Personal Services

12,569,724

 

Other Expenses

806,647

 

Equipment

50,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

13,426,371

     
 

COMMISSION ON AGING

 
 

Personal Services

384,865

 

Other Expenses

58,849

 

AGENCY TOTAL

443,714

     
 

PERMANENT COMMISSION ON THE STATUS

 
 

OF WOMEN

 
 

Personal Services

762,877

 

Other Expenses

160,179

 

Equipment

1,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

924,056

     
 

COMMISSION ON CHILDREN

 
 

Personal Services

766,322

 

Other Expenses

160,350

 

AGENCY TOTAL

926,672

     
 

LATINO AND PUERTO RICAN AFFAIRS

 
 

COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

491,678

 

Other Expenses

61,988

 

AGENCY TOTAL

553,666

     
 

AFRICAN-AMERICAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

337,621

 

Other Expenses

31,956

 

AGENCY TOTAL

369,577

     
 

ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN AFFAIRS

 
 

COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

99,621

 

Other Expenses

10,000

 

Equipment

1,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

110,621

     
 

TOTAL

84,233,679

 

LEGISLATIVE

 
     
 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

 
     
 

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

 
 

Personal Services

2,631,374

 

Other Expenses

236,995

 

Equipment

95

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,868,464

     
 

SECRETARY OF THE STATE

 
 

Personal Services

1,680,000

 

Other Expenses

843,884

 

Equipment

100

 

Commercial Recording Division

7,825,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

10,348,984

     
 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

 
 

Personal Services

400,000

 

Other Expenses

44,300

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

444,400

     
 

ELECTIONS ENFORCEMENT COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

1,632,885

 

Other Expenses

326,396

 

Citizens' Election Fund Administration Account

3,200,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

5,159,281

     
 

OFFICE OF STATE ETHICS

 
 

Personal Services

1,600,359

 

Other Expenses

245,796

 

Equipment

15,000

 

Judge Trial Referee Fees

20,000

 

Reserve for Attorney Fees

26,129

 

Information Technology Initiatives

50,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,957,284

     
 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

2,051,870

 

Other Expenses

248,445

 

Equipment

48,500

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,348,815

     
 

JUDICIAL SELECTION COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

72,072

 

Other Expenses

18,375

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

90,547

     
 

STATE PROPERTIES REVIEW BOARD

 
 

Personal Services

314,060

 

Other Expenses

189,813

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

503,973

     
 

CONTRACTING STANDARDS BOARD

 
 

Personal Services

600,000

 

Other Expenses

350,000

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

950,100

     
 

STATE TREASURER

 
 

Personal Services

4,160,240

 

Other Expenses

317,968

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

4,478,308

     
 

STATE COMPTROLLER

 
 

Personal Services

22,911,656

 

Other Expenses

5,129,692

 

Equipment

100

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Governmental Accounting Standards Board

19,570

 

AGENCY TOTAL

28,061,018

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE SERVICES

 
 

Personal Services

65,105,383

 

Other Expenses

10,006,747

 

Equipment

100

 

Collection and Litigation Contingency Fund

204,479

 

AGENCY TOTAL

75,316,709

     
 

DIVISION OF SPECIAL REVENUE

 
 

Personal Services

5,822,699

 

Other Expenses

1,144,445

 

Equipment

100

 

Gaming Policy Board

2,903

 

AGENCY TOTAL

6,970,147

     
 

STATE INSURANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT

 
 

BOARD

 
 

Personal Services

303,004

 

Other Expenses

13,954,489

 

Equipment

100

 

Surety Bonds for State Officials and Employees

74,400

 

AGENCY TOTAL

14,331,993

     
 

OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT

 
 

Personal Services

15,676,743

 

Other Expenses

2,802,640

 

Equipment

100

 

Automated Budget System and Data Base Link

59,780

 

Leadership, Education, Athletics in Partnership

 
 

(LEAP)

850,000

 

Cash Management Improvement Act

100

 

Justice Assistance Grants

2,027,750

 

Neighborhood Youth Centers

1,200,000

 

Water Planning Council

170,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Tax Relief for Elderly Renters

24,000,000

 

Regional Planning Agencies

200,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Reimbursement Property Tax - Disability

 
 

Exemption

400,000

 

Distressed Municipalities

7,800,000

 

Property Tax Relief Elderly Circuit Breaker

20,505,899

 

Property Tax Relief Elderly Freeze Program

560,000

 

Property Tax Relief for Veterans

2,970,099

 

P. I. L. O. T. - New Manufacturing Machinery and

 
 

Equipment

57,348,215

 

Capital City Economic Development

6,400,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

142,971,326

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS

 
 

Personal Services

25,195,059

 

Other Expenses

6,970,217

 

Equipment

100

 

Support Services for Veterans

190,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Burial Expenses

7,200

 

Headstones

370,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

32,732,576

     
 

OFFICE OF WORKFORCE COMPETITIVENESS

 
 

Personal Services

431,474

 

Other Expenses

100,000

 

CETC Workforce

1,000,000

 

Job Funnels Projects

500,000

 

Nanotechnology Study

200,000

 

SBIR Initiative

250,000

 

Spanish-American Merchants Association

570,000

 

SBIR Matching Grants

150,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

3,201,474

     
 

BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY

 
 

Personal Services

345,306

 

Other Expenses

77,863

 

AGENCY TOTAL

423,169

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE

 
 

SERVICES

 
 

Personal Services

23,016,458

 

Other Expenses

609,351

 

Equipment

100

 

Loss Control Risk Management

239,329

 

Employees' Review Board

32,630

 

Refunds of Collections

28,500

 

W. C. Administrator

5,213,554

 

Hospital Billing System

114,950

 

Correctional Ombudsman

334,000

 

Claims Commissioner Operations

343,377

 

AGENCY TOTAL

29,932,249

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION

 
 

TECHNOLOGY

 
 

Personal Services

8,990,175

 

Other Expenses

6,648,090

 

Equipment

100

 

Connecticut Education Network

4,003,401

 

Internet and E-Mail Services

5,553,331

 

Statewide Information Technology Services

23,917,586

 

AGENCY TOTAL

49,112,683

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

 
 

Personal Services

7,690,198

 

Other Expenses

26,911,416

 

Equipment

100

 

Management Services

3,836,508

 

Rents and Moving

11,225,596

 

Capitol Day Care Center

127,250

 

Facilities Design Expenses

4,744,945

 

AGENCY TOTAL

54,536,013

     
 

ATTORNEY GENERAL

 
 

Personal Services

31,407,674

 

Other Expenses

1,027,637

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

32,435,411

     
 

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

 
 

Personal Services

49,791,988

 

Other Expenses

2,344,029

 

Equipment

700

 

Forensic Sex Evidence Exams

1,021,060

 

Witness Protection

338,247

 

Training and Education

109,687

 

Expert Witnesses

198,643

 

Medicaid Fraud Control

767,282

 

Criminal Justice Commission

650

 

AGENCY TOTAL

54,572,286

     
 

STATE MARSHAL COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

306,821

 

Other Expenses

108,672

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

415,593

     
 

TOTAL

554,162,803

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

 
     
 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

 
 

Personal Services

129,805,209

 

Other Expenses

30,368,119

 

Equipment

100

 

Stress Reduction

23,354

 

Fleet Purchase

7,035,596

 

Workers' Compensation Claims

3,438,787

 

COLLECT

48,925

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Civil Air Patrol

34,920

 

AGENCY TOTAL

170,755,010

     
 

POLICE OFFICER STANDARDS AND

 
 

TRAINING COUNCIL

 
 

Personal Services

1,949,372

 

Other Expenses

993,398

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,942,870

     
 

BOARD OF FIREARMS PERMIT EXAMINERS

 
 

Personal Services

73,536

 

Other Expenses

8,971

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

82,607

     
 

MILITARY DEPARTMENT

 
 

Personal Services

3,475,246

 

Other Expenses

2,744,995

 

Equipment

100

 

Firing Squads

319,500

 

Veteran's Service Bonuses

306,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

6,845,841

     
 

COMMISSION ON FIRE PREVENTION AND

 
 

CONTROL

 
 

Personal Services

1,683,823

 

Other Expenses

715,288

 

Equipment

100

 

Firefighter Training I

555,250

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Fire Training School - Willimantic

161,798

 

Fire Training School - Torrington

81,367

 

Fire Training School - New Haven

48,364

 

Fire Training School - Derby

37,139

 

Fire Training School - Wolcott

100,162

 

Fire Training School - Fairfield

70,395

 

Fire Training School - Hartford

169,336

 

Fire Training School - Middletown

59,053

 

Payments to Volunteer Fire Companies

195,000

 

Fire Training School - Stamford

55,432

 

AGENCY TOTAL

3,932,507

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF BANKING

 
 

Personal Services

11,072,611

 

Other Expenses

1,885,735

 

Equipment

21,708

 

AGENCY TOTAL

12,980,054

     
 

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT

 
 

Personal Services

13,685,483

 

Other Expenses

2,397,280

 

Equipment

101,375

 

AGENCY TOTAL

16,184,138

     
 

OFFICE OF CONSUMER COUNSEL

 
 

Personal Services

1,523,895

 

Other Expenses

556,971

 

Equipment

9,500

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,090,366

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC UTILITY CONTROL

 
 

Personal Services

11,796,389

 

Other Expenses

1,594,642

 

Equipment

80,500

 

AGENCY TOTAL

13,471,531

     
 

OFFICE OF THE HEALTHCARE ADVOCATE

 
 

Personal Services

649,757

 

Other Expenses

140,351

 

Equipment

2,400

 

AGENCY TOTAL

792,508

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION

 
 

Personal Services

11,074,000

 

Other Expenses

1,233,373

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

12,307,473

     
 

LABOR DEPARTMENT

 
 

Personal Services

8,748,706

 

Other Expenses

750,000

 

Equipment

100

 

Occupational Health Clinics

674,000

 

Workforce Investment Act

22,957,988

 

Connecticut's Youth Employment Program

3,500,000

 

Jobs First Employment Services

17,557,963

 

Opportunity Industrial Centers

500,000

 

Individual Development Accounts

250,000

 

STRIDE

270,000

 

Apprenticeship Program

500,000

 

Connecticut Career Resource Network

150,363

 

21st Century Jobs

450,000

 

Incumbent Worker Training

450,000

 

STRIVE

270,000

 

Customized Services

500,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

57,529,120

     
 

OFFICE OF THE VICTIM ADVOCATE

 
 

Personal Services

265,374

 

Other Expenses

40,020

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

305,494

     
 

COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND

 
 

OPPORTUNITIES

 
 

Personal Services

6,156,335

 

Other Expenses

860,224

 

Equipment

100

 

Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission

6,650

 

AGENCY TOTAL

7,023,309

     
 

OFFICE OF PROTECTION AND ADVOCACY

 
 

FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

 
 

Personal Services

2,351,295

 

Other Expenses

369,483

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,720,878

     
 

OFFICE OF THE CHILD ADVOCATE

 
 

Personal Services

645,160

 

Other Expenses

162,016

 

Equipment

100

 

Child Fatality Review Panel

95,010

 

AGENCY TOTAL

902,286

     
 

WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

10,040,000

 

Other Expenses

2,558,530

 

Equipment

137,000

 

Rehabilitative Services

2,320,098

 

AGENCY TOTAL

15,055,628

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY

 
 

MANAGEMENT AND HOMELAND

 
 

SECURITY

 
 

Personal Services

3,407,563

 

Other Expenses

854,460

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

4,262,123

     
 

TOTAL

330,183,743

 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

 
 

Personal Services

3,930,000

 

Other Expenses

400,000

 

Equipment

100

 

Vibrio Bacterium Program

100

 

Senior Food Vouchers

300,000

 

Urban Organic Farms

50,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

WIC Program for Fresh Produce for Seniors

104,500

 

Collection of Agricultural Statistics

1,080

 

Tuberculosis and Brucellosis Indemnity

900

 

Fair Testing

5,040

 

Connecticut Grown Product Promotion

15,000

 

WIC Coupon Program for Fresh Produce

184,090

 

AGENCY TOTAL

4,990,810

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL

 
 

PROTECTION

 
 

Personal Services

34,410,000

 

Other Expenses

3,468,259

 

Equipment

100

 

Stream Gaging

202,355

 

Mosquito Control

300,000

 

State Superfund Site Maintenance

371,450

 

Laboratory Fees

248,289

 

Dam Maintenance

128,067

 

Invasive Plants Council

25,000

 

Councils, Districts, and ERTs Land Use Assistance

800,000

 

Emergency Spill Response Account

10,591,753

 

Environmental Quality Fees Fund

9,472,114

 

Solid Waste Management Account

2,832,429

 

Underground Storage Tank Account

4,941,744

 

Clean Air Account Fund

4,907,534

 

Environmental Conservation Fund

7,969,509

 

Boating Account

5,958,587

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Agreement USGS-Geological Investigation

47,000

 

Agreement USGS - Hydrological Study

157,632

 

New England Interstate Water Pollution

 
 

Commission

8,400

 

Northeast Interstate Forest Fire Compact

2,040

 

Connecticut River Valley Flood Control

 
 

Commission

40,200

 

Thames River Valley Flood Control Commission

48,281

 

Agreement USGS-Water Quality Stream

 
 

Monitoring

218,428

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Lobster Restoration

300,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

87,449,171

     
 

COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

 
 

Personal Services

163,355

 

Other Expenses

14,500

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

177,955

     
 

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

 
 

Personal Services

3,026,406

 

Other Expenses

857,658

 

Equipment

100

 

State-Wide Marketing

1

 

Connecticut Association for the Performing Arts/

 
 

Shubert Theater

427,500

 

Hartford Urban Arts Grant

427,500

 

New Britain Arts Alliance

85,500

 

Film Industry Training Program

250,000

 

Ivoryton Playhouse

50,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Discovery Museum

427,500

 

National Theatre for the Deaf

171,000

 

Culture, Tourism, and Arts Grant

2,000,000

 

CT Trust for Historic Preservation

237,500

 

Connecticut Science Center

475,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Greater Hartford Arts Council

106,875

 

Stamford Center for the Arts

427,500

 

Stepping Stone Child Museum

50,000

 

Maritime Center Authority

600,000

 

Basic Cultural Resources Grant

1,500,000

 

Tourism Districts

1,800,000

 

Connecticut Humanities Council

2,375,000

 

Amistad Committee for the Freedom Trail

50,000

 

Amistad Vessel

427,500

 

New Haven Festival of Arts and Ideas

900,000

 

New Haven Arts Council

106,875

 

Palace Theater

427,500

 

Beardsley Zoo

400,000

 

Mystic Aquarium

700,000

 

Quinebaug Tourism

50,000

 

Northwestern Tourism

50,000

 

Eastern Tourism

50,000

 

Central Tourism

50,000

 

Twain/Stowe Homes

108,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

18,614,915

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND

 
 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 
 

Personal Services

7,214,161

 

Other Expenses

1,505,188

 

Equipment

100

 

Elderly Rental Registry and Counselors

598,171

 

Small Business Incubator Program

750,000

 

Fair Housing

325,000

 

CCAT - Energy Application Research

100,000

 

Main Street Initiatives

155,000

 

Residential Service Coordinators

500,000

 

Office of Military Affairs

161,587

 

Hydrogen/Fuel Cell Economy

237,500

 

Southeast CT Incubator

250,000

 

CCAT-CT Manufacturing Supply Chain

500,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Entrepreneurial Centers

135,375

 

Subsidized Assisted Living Demonstration

2,166,000

 

Congregate Facilities Operation Costs

6,884,547

 

Housing Assistance and Counseling Program

438,500

 

Elderly Congregate Rent Subsidy

2,389,796

 

CONNSTEP

800,000

 

Development Research and Economic Assistance

237,500

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Tax Abatement

1,704,890

 

Payment in Lieu of Taxes

2,204,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

29,257,315

     
 

AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION

 
 

Personal Services

6,170,000

 

Other Expenses

923,511

 

Equipment

100

 

Mosquito Control

222,089

 

Wildlife Disease Prevention

83,344

 

AGENCY TOTAL

7,399,044

     
 

TOTAL

147,889,210

 

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

 
     
 

HEALTH AND HOSPITALS

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

 
 

Personal Services

32,404,833

 

Other Expenses

5,574,481

 

Equipment

100

 

Needle and Syringe Exchange Program

455,072

 

Children's Health Initiatives

1,481,766

 

Childhood Lead Poisoning

1,098,172

 

AIDS Services

4,952,598

 

Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection and

 
 

Treatment

2,426,775

 

Services for Children Affected by AIDS

245,029

 

Children with Special Health Care Needs

1,271,627

 

Medicaid Administration

3,782,177

 

Fetal and Infant Mortality Review

315,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Community Health Services

6,986,052

 

Rape Crisis

439,684

 

X-Ray Screening and Tuberculosis Care

759,799

 

Genetic Diseases Programs

877,416

 

Immunization Services

9,044,950

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Local and District Departments of Health

4,264,470

 

Venereal Disease Control

195,210

 

School Based Health Clinics

10,440,646

 

AGENCY TOTAL

87,015,857

     
 

OFFICE OF HEALTH CARE ACCESS

 
 

Personal Services

1,728,885

 

Other Expenses

210,624

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,939,509

     
 

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER

 
 

Personal Services

5,247,978

 

Other Expenses

741,861

 

Equipment

5,000

 

Medicolegal Investigations

100,039

 

AGENCY TOTAL

6,094,878

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENTAL

 
 

SERVICES

 
 

Personal Services

305,072,458

 

Other Expenses

27,199,636

 

Equipment

100

 

Human Resource Development

219,790

 

Family Support Grants

3,280,095

 

Cooperative Placements Program

21,639,755

 

Clinical Services

4,812,372

 

Early Intervention

28,840,188

 

Community Temporary Support Services

67,315

 

Community Respite Care Programs

330,345

 

Workers' Compensation Claims

14,246,035

 

Pilot Program for Autism Services

1,525,176

 

Voluntary Services

33,692,416

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Rent Subsidy Program

4,537,554

 

Family Reunion Program

137,900

 

Employment Opportunities and Day Services

187,541,617

 

Community Residential Services

389,998,055

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,023,140,807

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND

 
 

ADDICTION SERVICES

 
 

Personal Services

209,150,535

 

Other Expenses

34,886,253

 

Equipment

100

 

Housing Supports and Services

13,224,867

 

Managed Service System

37,208,822

 

Legal Services

550,275

 

Connecticut Mental Health Center

8,638,491

 

Professional Services

9,688,898

 

General Assistance Managed Care

86,346,032

 

Workers' Compensation Claims

13,244,566

 

Nursing Home Screening

622,784

 

Young Adult Services

56,874,159

 

TBI Community Services

9,402,612

 

Jail Diversion

4,426,568

 

Behavioral Health Medications

8,869,095

 

Prison Overcrowding

6,231,683

 

Medicaid Adult Rehabilitation Option

4,044,234

 

Discharge and Diversion Services

3,080,116

 

Home and Community Based Services

4,625,558

 

Persistent Violent Felony Offenders Act

703,333

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Grants for Substance Abuse Services

25,528,766

 

Grants for Mental Health Services

76,394,230

 

Employment Opportunities

10,630,353

 

AGENCY TOTAL

624,372,330

     
 

PSYCHIATRIC SECURITY REVIEW BOARD

 
 

Personal Services

321,454

 

Other Expenses

39,441

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

360,995

     
 

TOTAL

1,742,924,376

 

HEALTH AND HOSPITALS

 
     
 

HUMAN SERVICES

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

 
 

Personal Services

121,234,239

 

Other Expenses

88,648,799

 

Equipment

100

 

Children's Health Council

218,317

 

HUSKY Outreach

706,452

 

Genetic Tests in Paternity Actions

201,202

 

State Food Stamp Supplement

511,357

 

Day Care Projects

478,820

 

HUSKY Program

48,213,900

 

Charter Oak Health Plan

23,510,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Vocational Rehabilitation

7,386,668

 

Medicaid

3,828,784,974

 

Lifestar Helicopter

1,388,190

 

Old Age Assistance

38,110,566

 

Aid to the Blind

753,000

 

Aid to the Disabled

62,720,424

 

Temporary Assistance to Families - TANF

119,158,385

 

Emergency Assistance

500

 

Food Stamp Training Expenses

32,397

 

Connecticut Pharmaceutical Assistance Contract to

 
 

the Elderly

7,413,755

 

Healthy Start

1,490,220

 

DMHAS-Disproportionate Share

105,935,000

 

Connecticut Home Care Program

75,724,600

 

Human Resource Development-Hispanic

 
 

Programs

1,040,365

 

Services to the Elderly

4,969,548

 

Safety Net Services

2,100,897

 

Transportation for Employment Independence

 
 

Program

3,321,613

 

Transitionary Rental Assistance

1,186,680

 

Refunds of Collections

187,150

 

Services for Persons With Disabilities

695,309

 

Child Care Services-TANF/CCDBG

95,915,536

 

Nutrition Assistance

372,663

 

Housing/Homeless Services

47,306,657

 

Employment Opportunities

1,231,379

 

Human Resource Development

38,581

 

Child Day Care

10,617,392

 

Independent Living Centers

665,927

 

AIDS Drug Assistance

606,678

 

Disproportionate Share-Medical Emergency

 
 

Assistance

24,725,000

 

DSH-Urban Hospitals in Distressed Municipalities

18,550,000

 

State Administered General Assistance

344,029,156

 

School Readiness

4,619,697

 

Connecticut Children's Medical Center

11,020,000

 

Community Services

3,414,013

 

Alzheimer Respite Care

2,294,388

 

Human Service Infrastructure Community Action

 
 

Program

3,998,796

 

Teen Pregnancy Prevention

1,527,384

 

Medicare Part D Supplemental Needs Fund

14,330,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Child Day Care

5,263,706

 

Human Resource Development

31,034

 

Human Resource Development-Hispanic

 
 

Programs

5,900

 

Teen Pregnancy Prevention

870,326

 

Services to the Elderly

44,405

 

Housing/Homeless Services

686,592

 

Community Services

116,358

 

AGENCY TOTAL

5,138,404,995

     
 

STATE DEPARTMENT ON AGING

 
 

Personal Services

334,615

 

Other Expenses

118,250

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

452,965

     
 

SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND MARINES' FUND

 
 

Personal Services

565,291

 

Other Expenses

82,799

 

Award Payments to Veterans

1,979,800

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,627,890

     
 

TOTAL

5,141,485,850

 

HUMAN SERVICES

 
     
 

EDUCATION, MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

 
 

Personal Services

155,732,064

 

Other Expenses

17,514,076

 

Equipment

100

 

Basic Skills Exam Teachers in Training

1,239,559

 

Teachers' Standards Implementation Program

2,896,508

 

Early Childhood Program

5,007,354

 

Development of Mastery Exams Grades 4, 6, and 8

18,786,664

 

Primary Mental Health

507,294

 

Adult Education Action

253,355

 

Vocational Technical School Textbooks

500,000

 

Repair of Instructional Equipment

232,386

 

Minor Repairs to Plant

370,702

 

Connecticut Pre-Engineering Program

350,000

 

Connecticut Writing Project

50,000

 

Resource Equity Assessments

283,654

 

Readers as Leaders

60,000

 

Early Childhood Advisory Cabinet

175,000

 

Best Practices

475,000

 

Longitudinal Data Systems

775,000

 

School Accountability

1,855,062

 

Sheff Settlement

27,662,844

 

Community Plans For Early Childhood

450,000

 

Improving Early Literacy

150,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

American School for the Deaf

9,979,202

 

Regional Education Services

1,730,000

 

Omnibus Education Grants State Supported

 
 

Schools

6,548,146

 

Head Start Services

2,748,150

 

Head Start Enhancement

1,773,000

 

Family Resource Centers

6,041,488

 

Charter Schools

53,047,200

 

Youth Service Bureau Enhancement

625,000

 

Head Start - Early Childhood Link

2,200,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Vocational Agriculture

4,560,565

 

Transportation of School Children

47,964,000

 

Adult Education

20,594,371

 

Health and Welfare Services Pupils Private Schools

4,775,000

 

Education Equalization Grants

1,889,609,057

 

Bilingual Education

2,129,033

 

Priority School Districts

117,721,188

 

Young Parents Program

229,330

 

Interdistrict Cooperation

14,127,369

 

School Breakfast Program

1,634,103

 

Excess Cost - Student Based

133,891,451

 

Non-Public School Transportation

3,995,000

 

School to Work Opportunities

213,750

 

Youth Service Bureaus

2,947,268

 

OPEN Choice Program

18,615,002

 

Early Reading Success

2,384,380

 

Magnet Schools

180,931,395

 

After School Program

5,000,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,771,341,070

     
 

BOARD OF EDUCATION AND SERVICES FOR

 
 

THE BLIND

 
 

Personal Services

4,356,971

 

Other Expenses

816,317

 

Equipment

100

 

Educational Aid for Blind and Visually

 
 

Handicapped Children

5,156,842

 

Enhanced Employment Opportunities

673,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Supplementary Relief and Services

103,925

 

Vocational Rehabilitation

890,454

 

Special Training for the Deaf Blind

298,585

 

Connecticut Radio Information Service

87,640

 

AGENCY TOTAL

12,383,834

     
 

COMMISSION ON THE DEAF AND HEARING

 
 

IMPAIRED

 
 

Personal Services

617,089

 

Other Expenses

159,588

 

Equipment

100

 

Part-Time Interpreters

316,944

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,093,721

     
 

STATE LIBRARY

 
 

Personal Services

6,369,643

 

Other Expenses

817,111

 

Equipment

100

 

State-Wide Digital Library

1,973,516

 

Interlibrary Loan Delivery Service

266,434

 

Legal/Legislative Library Materials

1,140,000

 

State-Wide Data Base Program

674,696

 

Info Anytime

42,500

 

Computer Access

190,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Support Cooperating Library Service Units

350,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Grants to Public Libraries

347,109

 

Connecticard Payments

1,226,028

 

AGENCY TOTAL

13,397,137

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION

 
 

Personal Services

2,884,731

 

Other Expenses

167,022

 

Equipment

50

 

Minority Advancement Program

2,405,666

 

Alternate Route to Certification

453,181

 

National Service Act

328,365

 

International Initiatives

66,500

 

Minority Teacher Incentive Program

481,374

 

Education and Health Initiatives

522,500

 

CommPACT Schools

712,500

 

Americorps

1,000,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Capitol Scholarship Program

8,902,779

 

Awards to Children of Deceased/ Disabled

 
 

Veterans

4,000

 

Connecticut Independent College Student Grant

23,913,860

 

Connecticut Aid for Public College Students

30,208,469

 

New England Board of Higher Education

183,750

 

Connecticut Aid to Charter Oak

59,393

 

Washington Center

1,250

 

AGENCY TOTAL

72,295,390

     
 

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT

 
 

Operating Expenses

233,676,524

 

Tuition Freeze

4,741,885

 

Regional Campus Enhancement

8,375,559

 

Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory

100,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

246,893,968

     
 

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT HEALTH

 
 

CENTER

 
 

Operating Expenses

122,627,148

 

AHEC

505,707

 

AGENCY TOTAL

123,132,855

     
 

CHARTER OAK STATE COLLEGE

 
 

Operating Expenses

2,270,158

 

Distance Learning Consortium

690,786

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,960,944

     
 

TEACHERS' RETIREMENT BOARD

 
 

Personal Services

1,968,345

 

Other Expenses

776,322

 

Equipment

100

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Retirement Contributions

581,593,215

 

AGENCY TOTAL

584,337,982

     
 

REGIONAL COMMUNITY - TECHNICAL

 
 

COLLEGES

 
 

Operating Expenses

164,906,104

 

Tuition Freeze

2,160,925

 

Manufacturing Technology Program - Asnuntuck

345,000

 

Expand Manufacturing Technology Program

200,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

167,612,029

     
 

CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY

 
 

Operating Expenses

163,202,280

 

Tuition Freeze

6,561,971

 

Waterbury-Based Degree Program

1,079,339

 

AGENCY TOTAL

170,843,590

     
 

TOTAL

4,166,292,520

 

EDUCATION, MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES

 
     
 

CORRECTIONS

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION

 
 

Personal Services

414,657,898

 

Other Expenses

82,322,977

 

Equipment

100

 

Workers' Compensation Claims

24,898,513

 

Inmate Medical Services

100,624,298

 

Parole Staffing and Operations

6,197,800

 

Mental Health AIC

500,000

 

Distance Learning

250,000

 

Children of Incarcerated Parents

750,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Aid to Paroled and Discharged Inmates

9,500

 

Legal Services to Prisoners

870,595

 

Volunteer Services

170,758

 

Community Support Services

40,370,121

 

AGENCY TOTAL

671,622,560

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

 
 

Personal Services

281,184,836

 

Other Expenses

44,935,191

 

Equipment

100

 

Short-Term Residential Treatment

713,129

 

Substance Abuse Screening

1,823,490

 

Workers' Compensation Claims

8,624,157

 

Local Systems of Care

2,297,676

 

Family Support Services

11,221,507

 

Emergency Needs

1,800,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Health Assessment and Consultation

965,667

 

Grants for Psychiatric Clinics for Children

14,202,249

 

Day Treatment Centers for Children

5,797,630

 

Juvenile Justice Outreach Services

1,485,814

 

Child Abuse and Neglect Intervention

6,200,880

 

Community Emergency Services

84,694

 

Community Based Prevention Programs

4,850,529

 

Family Violence Outreach and Counseling

1,873,779

 

Support for Recovering Families

14,026,730

 

No Nexus Special Education

8,682,808

 

Family Preservation Services

5,385,396

 

Substance Abuse Treatment

3,246,882

 

Child Welfare Support Services

4,233,521

 

Board and Care for Children - Adoption

86,105,702

 

Board and Care for Children - Foster

115,122,667

 

Board and Care for Children - Residential

172,995,196

 

Individualized Family Supports

17,236,968

 

Community KidCare

25,946,425

 

Covenant to Care

166,516

 

Neighborhood Center

261,010

 

AGENCY TOTAL

841,471,149

     
 

CHILDREN'S TRUST FUND COUNCIL

 
 

Personal Services

1,444,280

 

Other Expenses

63,998

 

Equipment

100

 

Children's Trust Fund

13,678,147

 

Safe Harbor Respite

190,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

15,376,525

     
 

TOTAL

1,528,470,234

 

CORRECTIONS

 
     
 

JUDICIAL

 
     
 

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

 
 

Personal Services

335,711,094

 

Other Expenses

76,279,852

 

Equipment

44,350

 

Alternative Incarceration Program

55,157,826

 

Justice Education Center, Inc.

293,111

 

Juvenile Alternative Incarceration

60,443,176

 

Juvenile Justice Centers

3,104,877

 

Probate Court

11,250,000

 

Youthful Offender Services

14,741,151

 

Victim Security Account

73,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

557,098,437

     
 

PUBLIC DEFENDER SERVICES COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

39,095,094

 

Other Expenses

1,471,223

 

Equipment

105

 

Special Public Defenders - Contractual

3,144,467

 

Special Public Defenders - Non-Contractual

5,407,777

 

Expert Witnesses

1,535,646

 

Training and Education

116,852

 

AGENCY TOTAL

50,771,164

     
 

CHILD PROTECTION COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

656,631

 

Other Expenses

175,047

 

Equipment

100

 

Training for Contracted Attorneys

42,750

 

Contracted Attorneys

10,295,218

 

Contracted Attorneys Related Expenses

108,713

 

Family Contracted Attorneys/AMC

736,310

 

AGENCY TOTAL

12,014,769

     
 

TOTAL

619,884,370

 

JUDICIAL

 
     
 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

MISCELLANEOUS APPROPRIATION TO THE

 
 

GOVERNOR

 
 

Governor's Contingency Account

100

     
 

DEBT SERVICE - STATE TREASURER

 
 

Debt Service

1,515,007,194

 

UConn 2000 - Debt Service

118,426,565

 

CHEFA Day Care Security

8,500,000

 

Pension Obligation Bonds-Teachers' Retirement

 
 

System

65,349,255

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,707,283,014

     
 

STATE COMPTROLLER - MISCELLANEOUS

 
 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Maintenance of County Base Fire Radio Network

25,176

 

Maintenance of State-Wide Fire Radio Network

16,756

 

Equal Grants to Thirty-Four Non-Profit General

 
 

Hospitals

31

 

Police Association of Connecticut

190,000

 

Connecticut State Firefighter's Association

194,711

 

Interstate Environmental Commission

97,565

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Reimbursement to Towns for Loss of Taxes on

 
 

State Property

73,519,215

 

Reimbursements to Towns for Loss of Taxes on

 
 

Private Tax-Exempt Property

115,431,737

 

AGENCY TOTAL

189,475,191

     
 

STATE COMPTROLLER - FRINGE BENEFITS

 
 

Unemployment Compensation

6,369,311

 

State Employees Retirement Contributions

680,449,321

 

Higher Education Alternative Retirement System

34,152,201

 

Pensions and Retirements - Other Statutory

1,965,000

 

Judges and Compensation Commissioners

 
 

Retirement

16,207,665

 

Insurance - Group Life

8,355,404

 

Employers Social Security Tax

255,911,691

 

State Employees Health Service Cost

614,683,602

 

Retired State Employees Health Service Cost

546,985,000

 

Tuition Reimbursement - Training and Travel

900,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,165,979,195

     
 

RESERVE FOR SALARY ADJUSTMENTS

 
 

Reserve for Salary Adjustments

148,029,215

     
 

WORKERS' COMPENSATION CLAIMS -

 
 

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE

 
 

SERVICES

 
 

Workers' Compensation Claims

24,706,154

     
 

JUDICIAL REVIEW COUNCIL

 
 

Personal Services

142,514

 

Other Expenses

27,449

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

170,063

     
 

TOTAL

4,235,642,932

 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

TOTAL

18,551,169,717

 

GENERAL FUND

 
     
 

LESS:

 
     
 

Reduce Outside Consultant Contracts

-95,000,000

 

Estimated Unallocated Lapses

-87,780,000

 

General Personal Services Reduction

-14,000,000

 

General Other Expenses Reductions

-11,000,000

 

Personal Services Reductions

-193,664,492

 

Legislative Unallocated Lapses

-2,700,000

 

DoIT Lapse

-31,718,598

 

Enhance Agency Outcomes

-50,000,000

 

Hard Hiring Freeze

-5,000,000

 

Management Reduction

-12,500,000

     
 

NET -

18,047,806,627

 

GENERAL FUND

 

Sec. 5. (Effective July 1, 2009) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated for the purposes described.

 

MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT AND

 
 

MOHEGAN FUND

 
   

2010- 2011

     
   

$

     
 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

STATE COMPTROLLER - MISCELLANEOUS

 
 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Grants To Towns

61,779,907

     
 

TOTAL

61,779,907

 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

TOTAL

61,779,907

 

MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT AND

 
 

MOHEGAN FUND

 

Sec. 6. (Effective July 1, 2009) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated for the purposes described.

 

CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION FUND

 
   

2010- 2011

     
   

$

     
 

JUDICIAL

 
     
 

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

 
 

Criminal Injuries Compensation

3,683,598

     
 

TOTAL

3,683,598

 

JUDICIAL

 
     
 

TOTAL

3,683,598

 

CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION FUND

 

Sec. 7. (Effective July 1, 2009) During each of the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, $ 1,000,000 of the federal funds received by the Department of Education, from Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), shall be transferred to the Department of Developmental Services, for the Birth-to-Three program, in order to carry out Part B responsibilities consistent with the IDEA.

Sec. 8. (Effective from passage) Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 10-67 to 10-73b, inclusive, of the general statutes, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, the WACE Technical Training Center in Waterbury shall be eligible to spend up to $ 300,000 of funding received under the Adult Education Grant pursuant to said sections 10-67 to 10-73b, inclusive, of the general statutes for technical training.

Sec. 9. (Effective July 1, 2009) (a) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, the distribution of priority school district grants, pursuant to subsection (a) of section 10-266p of the general statutes, shall be as follows: (1) For priority school districts - $ 41,413,547, (2) for school readiness - $ 69,813,190, (3) for extended school building hours - $ 2,994,752, and (4) for school accountability - $ 3,499,699.

(b) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011, the distribution of priority school district grants, pursuant to subsection (a) of section 10-266p of the general statutes, shall be as follows: (1) For priority school districts - $ 41,413,547, (2) for school readiness - $ 69,813,190, (3) for extended school building hours - $ 2,994,752, and (4) for school accountability - $ 3,499,699.

Sec. 10. (Effective July 1, 2009) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 10a-22u of the general statutes, the amount of funds available to the Department of Higher Education, for expenditure from the student protection account, shall be $ 245,000 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, and $ 257,000 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 11. (Effective July 1, 2009) (a) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 10a-40 of the general statutes for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, an independent college or university that meets full need and that bases its definition of need on a needs analysis system that results in determinations of need for individual students that are greater than the determinations of need for such students would be if made in accordance with section 10a-41 of the general statutes, shall not receive the amount of annual allocation computed for such college or university under said section 10a-40. For each such fiscal year, the Department of Higher Education shall redistribute two-thirds of such amount to all other eligible independent colleges or universities in accordance with the computation for allocation under said section 10a-40. The department shall set aside the remaining one-third of such amount for each such fiscal year for purposes set forth in subsections (b) and (c) of this section.

(b) Up to $ 500,000 appropriated to the Department of Higher Education in section 1 of this act, for Connecticut Independent College Student Grant, and set aside pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, shall be transferred to Opportunities for Veterinary Medicine, and such funds shall be available for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

(c) Up to $ 500,000 appropriated to the Department of Higher Education in section 4 of this act, for Connecticut Independent College Student Grant, and set aside pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, shall be transferred to Opportunities for Veterinary Medicine, and such funds shall be available for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 12. (Effective July 1, 2009) The unexpended balance of funds transferred from the Reserve for Salary Adjustment account in the Special Transportation Fund to the Department of Motor Vehicles, in section 39 of special act 00-13, and carried forward in subsection (a) of section 34 of special act 01-1 of the June special session, and subsection (a) of section 41 of public act 03-1 of the June 30 special session, and section 43 of public act 05-251, and section 42 of public act 07-1 of the June special session for the Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and Networks Project, shall not lapse on June 30, 2009, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011.

Sec. 13. (Effective July 1, 2009) (a) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Motor Vehicles in section 49 of special act 99-10, and carried forward in subsection (b) of section 34 of special act 01-1 of the June special session, and subsection (b) of section 41 of public act 03-1 of the June 30 special session, and subsection (a) of section 45 of public act 05-251, and subsection (a) of section 43 of public act 07-1 of the June special session for the purpose of upgrading the Department of Motor Vehicles' registration and driver license data processing systems, shall not lapse on June 30, 2009, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011.

(b) Up to $ 7,000,000 of the unexpended balance appropriated to the Department of Transportation, for Personal Services, in section 12 of public act 03-1 of the June 30 special session, and carried forward and transferred to the Department of Motor Vehicles' Reflective License Plates account by section 33 of public act 04-216, and carried forward by section 72 of public act 04-2 of the May special session, and subsection (b) of section 45 of public act 05-251, and subsection (b) of section 43 of public act 07-1 of the June special session, shall not lapse on June 30, 2009, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for the purpose of upgrading the Department of Motor Vehicles' registration and driver license data processing systems for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011.

(c) Up to $ 8,500,000 of the unexpended balance appropriated to the State Treasurer, for Debt Service, in section 12 of public act 03-1 of the June 30 special session, and carried forward and transferred to the Department of Motor Vehicles' Reflective License Plates account by section 33 of public act 04-216, and carried forward by section 72 of public act 04-2 of the May special session, and subsection (c) of section 45 of public act 05-251, and subsection (c) of section 43 of public act 07-1 of the June special session, shall not lapse on June 30, 2009, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for the purpose of upgrading the Department of Motor Vehicles' registration and driver license data processing systems for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011.

Sec. 14. (Effective July 1, 2009) (a) Up to $ 750,000 of the funds appropriated to the Department of Banking, for Other Expenses, in section 6 of public act 07-1 of the June special session, and carried forward under subsection (c) of section 4-89 of the general statutes, shall not lapse on June 30, 2009, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for improvements associated with the new office lease during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

(b) Up to $ 250,000 of the funds appropriated to the Department of Banking, for Equipment, in section 6 of public act 07-1 of the June special session, and carried forward under subsection (c) of section 4-89 of the general statutes, shall not lapse on June 30, 2009, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for improvements associated with the new office lease during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

Sec. 15. (Effective July 1, 2009) (a) The sum of $ 1,000,000 appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management, for Neighborhood Youth Centers, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, shall be used for a grant to the Boys' and Girls' Clubs of Connecticut, provided said organization shall be required to provide a one hundred per cent cash match for such sum.

(b) The sum of $ 200,000 appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management, for Neighborhood Youth Centers, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, shall be used for a grant to Centro San Jose, Hill Cooperative Youth and Central YMCA in New Haven, provided said organizations shall be required to provide a match of at least fifty per cent of the grant amount, and the cash portion of such match shall be at least twenty-five per cent of the grant amount.

Sec. 16. (Effective July 1, 2009) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 4-28e of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, the sum of $ 150,000 shall be transferred from the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund to the Department of Public Health for a pilot asthma awareness program.

Sec. 17. (Effective from passage) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated in section 5 of public act 08-1 of the August special session, and carried forward in section 3 of public act 09-2 of the June 19 special session, to the Office of Policy and Management, for the purpose of expanding Operation Fuel, Incorporated, shall be available to provide emergency energy assistance from July 1, 2009, to June 30, 2010, inclusive, to households within the state with income greater than one hundred fifty but less than two hundred per cent of the applicable federal poverty level that are unable to make timely payments on deliverable fuel, electricity or natural gas bills. Operation Fuel, Incorporated, shall pay emergency energy assistance provided pursuant to this section directly to fuel vendors, municipal utilities furnishing electricity or natural gas or electric or natural gas companies.

Sec. 18. (Effective July 1, 2009) (a) Appropriations for Personal Services in sections 1, 2, 4 and 5 of this act may be transferred from agencies to the Reserve for Salary Adjustments account, during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, upon the recommendation of the Governor and the approval of the Finance Advisory Committee to reflect a more accurate impact of collective bargaining and related costs.

(b) The appropriations to the Reserve for Salary Adjustments account in sections 1, 2, 4 and 5 of this act, and any transfers to said account pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, may be transferred, and necessary additions from the resources of special funds may be made, during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, by the Governor, with the approval of the Finance Advisory Committee, to give effect to salary increases, other employee benefits, agency costs related to staff reductions including accrual payments, achievement of agency general personal services reductions, or other personal services adjustments authorized by this act, any other act or other applicable statute.

Sec. 19. (Effective July 1, 2009) (a) That portion of unexpended funds, as determined by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, appropriated in public act 07-1 of the June special session, which relate to collective bargaining agreements and related costs, shall not lapse on June 30, 2009, and such funds shall continue to be available for such purpose during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011.

(b) That portion of unexpended funds, as determined by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, appropriated in sections 1 and 2 of this act, which relate to collective bargaining agreements and related costs, shall not lapse on June 30, 2010, and such funds shall continue to be available for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 20. (Effective July 1, 2009) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management, for Other Expenses, for a health care and pension consulting contract, in section 1 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, and carried forward under section 29 of public act 07-1 of the June special session and subsection (c) of section 4-89 of the general statutes, shall not lapse on June 30, 2009, and such funds shall continue to be available for such purpose during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011.

Sec. 21. (Effective July 1, 2009) Up to $ 50,000 of the unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management, for Other Expenses to prevent potential base closures, in subsections (a) and (c) of section 49 of public act 05-251 and carried forward under section 30 of public act 07-1 of the June special session and subsection (c) of section 4-89 of the general statutes, shall not lapse on June 30, 2009, and such funds shall continue to be available for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

Sec. 22. (Effective July 1, 2009) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management, for licensing and permitting fees, in section 1 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, and carried forward under section 33 of public act 07-1 of the June special session and subsection (c) of section 4-89 of the general statutes, shall not lapse on June 30, 2009, and such funds shall be transferred to the Department of Information Technology for implementing a common Licensing/Permit issuance service for state agencies during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

Sec. 23. (Effective July 1, 2009) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management in section 43 of public act 08-1 of the January special session for design and implementation of a comprehensive, state-wide information technology system for the sharing of criminal justice information and for costs related to the Criminal Justice Information System Governing Board shall not lapse on June 30, 2009, and such funds shall continue to be available for such purposes during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

Sec. 24. (Effective July 1, 2009) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (a) of section 31-261 of the general statutes, $ 30,000,000 of the amount credited to this state's account in the Unemployment Trust Fund pursuant to Section 903 of the Social Security Act, is deemed to be appropriated to the Labor Department. For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, up to $ 12,000,000 may be used to support the administrative infrastructure of the agency and to improve agency information technology systems, provided not more than $ 7,000,000 of such sum shall be used for information technology systems. For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011, up to $ 18,000,000 may be used to support the administrative infrastructure of the agency and to improve agency information technology systems, provided not more than $ 13,000,000 of such sum shall be used for information technology systems. Such amounts shall be available for expenditure to the extent allowed under Section 903 of the Social Security Act.

Sec. 25. (Effective July 1, 2009) (a) Notwithstanding subsection (b) of section 19a-55a of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, $ 800,000 of the amount collected pursuant to section 19a-55 of the general statutes shall be credited to the newborn screening account, and shall be available for expenditure by the Department of Public Health for the purchase of upgrades to newborn screening technology and for the expenses of the testing required by sections 19a-55 and 19a-59 of the general statutes.

(b) Notwithstanding subsection (b) of section 19a-55a of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011, $ 800,000 of the amount collected pursuant to section 19a-55 of the general statutes shall be credited to the newborn screening account, and shall be available for expenditure by the Department of Public Health for the purchase of upgrades to newborn screening technology and for the expenses of the testing required by sections 19a-55 and 19a-59 of the general statutes.

Sec. 26. (Effective July 1, 2009) During the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, up to $ 200,000 from the Stem Cell Research Fund established by section 19a-32e of the general statutes may be used each year by the Commissioner of Public Health for administrative expenses.

Sec. 27. (Effective July 1, 2009) (a) Up to $ 1,100,000 made available to the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, for the Pre-Trial Alcohol Substance Abuse Program, shall be available for Regional Action Councils during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

(b) Up to $ 1,100,000 made available to the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, for the Pre-Trial Alcohol Substance Abuse Program, shall be available for Regional Action Councils during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 28. (Effective July 1, 2009) (a) Up to $ 510,000 made available to the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, for the Pre-Trial Alcohol Substance Abuse Program, shall be available for the Governor's Partnership to Protect Connecticut's Workforce during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

(b) Up to $ 510,000 made available to the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, for the Pre-Trial Alcohol Substance Abuse Program, shall be available for the Governor's Partnership to Protect Connecticut's Workforce during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 29. (Effective July 1, 2009) All funds appropriated to the Department of Social Services for DMHAS – Disproportionate Share, in sections 1 and 4 of this act, shall be expended by the Department of Social Services in such amounts and at such times as prescribed by the Office of Policy and Management. The Department of Social Services shall make disproportionate share payments to hospitals in the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services for operating expenses and for related fringe benefit expenses. Funds received by the hospitals in the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, for fringe benefits, shall be used to reimburse the Comptroller. All other funds received by the hospitals in the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services shall be deposited to grants - other than federal accounts. All disproportionate share payments not expended in grants - other than federal accounts, shall lapse at the end of the fiscal year.

Sec. 30. (Effective July 1, 2009) Any appropriation, or portion thereof, made to The University of Connecticut Health Center in sections 1 and 4 of this act, may be transferred by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management to the Disproportionate Share – Medical Emergency Assistance account in the Department of Social Services for the purpose of maximizing federal reimbursement.

Sec. 31. (Effective July 1, 2009) Any appropriation, or portion thereof, made to the Department of Veterans' Affairs in sections 1 and 4 of this act, may be transferred by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management to the Disproportionate Share – Medical Emergency Assistance account in the Department of Social Services for the purpose of maximizing federal reimbursement.

Sec. 32. (Effective July 1, 2009) The Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management shall reduce state agency allotments for information technology systems and services funded through the General Fund by $ 30,836,354 of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, and $ 31,718,598 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 33. (Effective from passage) On or before September 1, 2009, the Commissioner of Social Services shall report, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes, to the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to appropriations and state budgets and human services describing revisions to the department's nonformulary exception review and appeal process for clients who are dually eligible for Medicaid and Medicare Part D. Such report shall include, but not be limited to, an explanation of the department's revised process for determining whether a nonformulary drug is medically necessary before pursuing an appeal with private plans and for requiring a third appeal through the Center for Medicare Advocacy before the department pays for a nonformulary drug.

Sec. 34. (Effective July 1, 2009) (a) To the extent feasible, the Supportive Housing for Families program administered by the Department of Children and Families shall prioritize families enrolling in the program on or after July 1, 2009, so as to maximize the number of families in the program that have a child in out-of-home placement that is likely to be reunified.

(b) On or before January 1, 2010, the Commissioner of Children and Families shall report, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes, to the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to appropriations and the budgets of state agencies and human services describing how the department will utilize funding for the Supportive Housing for Families program, giving priority to families undergoing reunification in which a child has been placed in out-of-home placement. Such report shall include, but not be limited to, the number of children being served through the program and the number of children subsequently returned to state care.

Sec. 35. (NEW) (Effective July 1, 2009) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the appropriations recommended for the judicial branch shall be the estimates of expenditure requirements transmitted to the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management pursuant to section 4-77 of the general statutes by the administrative head of the judicial branch and the recommended adjustments and revisions of such estimates shall be the recommended adjustments and revisions, if any, transmitted by said administrative head to the Office of Policy and Management pursuant to said section 4-77.

(b) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Governor shall not reduce allotment requisitions or allotments in force concerning the judicial branch.

Sec. 36. (Effective from passage) (a) The Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management shall recommend reductions in expenditures for Personal Services, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, in order to reduce such expenditures by $ 14,000,000 for such purpose during each such fiscal year. The provisions of this section shall not apply to the constituent units of the State System of Higher Education.

(b) The Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management shall recommend reductions in expenditures for Other Expenses, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, in order to reduce such expenditures for such purpose by $ 11,000,000 during each such fiscal year. The provisions of this section shall not apply to the constituent units of the State System of Higher Education.

(c) The Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management shall recommend reductions in expenditures for contracts and personal service agreements, other than those for the provision of direct program and health services to consumers, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, in order to reduce expenditures for such purpose by $ 95,000,000 during each such fiscal year.

(d) On or before August 1, 2009, the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management shall submit a plan, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes, to the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to appropriations and the budgets of state agencies, through the Office of Fiscal Analysis, detailing recommended reductions under subsections (a) to (c), inclusive, of this section. Such plan shall take effect thirty days after receipt of the plan by said committee, unless such plan is rejected or modified by said committee. If said committee fails to take action within said thirty-day period, the plan shall be deemed approved. If such plan is modified by said committee, the secretary shall implement the plan as modified. If such plan is rejected by said committee, the secretary shall submit a revised plan for approval in accordance with this subsection not later than thirty days after such rejection and, upon any subsequent rejections, shall continue to submit revised plans in accordance with this subsection until a plan is approved.

Sec. 37. (Effective July 1, 2009) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsections (a) to (d), inclusive, of section 4-85 of the general statutes and subsection (f) of section 4-89 of the general statutes, the Governor may, with the approval of the Finance Advisory Committee, modify or reduce requisitions for allotments during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, in order to achieve personal services reductions, including any collective bargaining and other related savings, required under this act, any other public or special act or any collectively bargained agreement.

Sec. 38. (Effective from passage) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the total number of positions that may be filled by the Department of Administrative Services, from the General Services Revolving Fund, shall not exceed one hundred twenty-four.

Sec. 39. (Effective July 1, 2009) Any appropriation, or portion thereof, made to any agency, from the General Fund, under sections 1 and 4 of this act, may be transferred at the request of such agency to any other agency by the Governor, with the approval of the Finance Advisory Committee, to take full advantage of federal matching funds, provided both agencies shall certify that the expenditure of such transferred funds by the receiving agency will be for the same purpose as that of the original appropriation or portion thereof so transferred. Any federal funds generated through the transfer of appropriations between agencies may be used for reimbursing General Fund expenditures or for expanding program services or a combination of both as determined by the Governor, with the approval of the Finance Advisory Committee.

Sec. 40. (Effective from passage) (a) Any appropriation, or portion thereof, made to any agency, from the General Fund, under sections 1 and 4 of this act, may be transferred at the request of such agency to any other agency by the Governor, with approval of the Finance Advisory Committee in accordance with subsection (b) of this section, for purposes of receiving funds made available to the state from federal legislation intended to promote the recovery of the state or national economy, including, but not limited to, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

(b) The Governor shall present a plan for any transfer permitted under subsection (a) of this section, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes, to the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to appropriations and the budgets of state agencies and the transferring agency. Such plan shall be approved, modified or rejected by both committees not later than fifteen days after receipt of the plan by said committees. If said committees cannot agree on the action to be taken on such plan, or if the committees fail to act on such plan within said fifteen-day period, the plan as submitted by the Governor shall be deemed approved. If such plan is approved, the committee having cognizance of matters relating to appropriations and the budgets of state agencies shall request approval of the plan by the Finance Advisory Committee.

Sec. 41. (Effective July 1, 2009) (a) Any appropriation, or portion thereof, made to any agency, from the General Fund, under sections 1 and 4 of this act, may be adjusted by the Governor, with approval of the Finance Advisory Committee in accordance with subsection (b) of this section, in order to maximize federal funding available to the state, consistent with the relevant federal provisions of law.

(b) The Governor shall present a plan for any such adjustment permitted under subsection (a) of this section, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes, to the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to appropriations and the budgets of state agencies and finance. Such plan shall be approved, modified or rejected by both committees not later than thirty days after receipt of the plan by said committees. If said committees cannot agree on the action to be taken on such plan, or if the committees fail to act on such plan within said thirty-day period, the plan as submitted by the Governor shall be deemed approved. If such plan is approved, the committee having cognizance of matters relating to appropriations and the budgets of state agencies shall request approval of such plan by the Finance Advisory Committee.

Sec. 42. (Effective July 1, 2009) For the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, the Department of Social Services may, in compliance with an advanced planning document approved by the federal Department of Health and Human Services for the development of a data warehouse, establish a receivable for the reimbursement anticipated from such project.

Sec. 43. (Effective July 1, 2009) For the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, the Commissioner of Social Services may, upon the request of a nursing facility providing services eligible for payment under the medical assistance program and after consultation with the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, make a payment to such nursing facility in advance of normal bill payment processing, provided such advance shall not exceed estimated amounts due to such nursing facility for services provided to eligible recipients over the most recent two-month period. The commissioner shall recover such payment through reductions to payments due to such nursing facility or cash receipt not later than ninety days after issuance of such payment. The commissioner shall take prudent measures to assure that such advance payments are not provided to any nursing facility that is at risk of bankruptcy or insolvency, and may execute agreements appropriate for the security of repayment.

Sec. 44. (Effective July 1, 2009) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 17a-17 of the general statutes, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, the provisions of said section 17a-17 shall not be considered in any increases or decreases to rates or allowable per diem payments to private residential treatment centers licensed pursuant to section 17a-145 of the general statutes.

Sec. 45. (Effective from passage) During the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management may, without prior approval of the Finance Advisory Committee, transfer funds appropriated to the Department of Correction in sections 1 and 4 of this act as necessary to achieve budgeted savings and provide programs and services to prepare inmates who are eligible, or may become eligible, to participate in reentry programs, including the provision of adequate community supervision of inmates participating in such programs. On or before August 1, 2009, the Commissioner of Correction shall submit a report, in accordance with section 11-4a of the general statutes, to the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to appropriations and the budgets of state agencies and judiciary outlining the policies that will be required to achieve the budgeted savings and the projected shift in budgetary resources, and estimating the number of inmates affected by such programs. Said commissioner shall thereafter submit quarterly progress reports on the implementation of such policies in accordance with this section.

Sec. 46. Subsection (g) of section 9 of public act 09-2 is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(g) Not later than July 1, 2009, the commission shall submit [a] an initial report on its findings and recommendations to the Governor, the speaker of the House of Representatives and the president pro tempore of the Senate, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes, and periodically shall submit additional reports in accordance with this subsection. The commission shall terminate on [the date that it submits such report or July 1, 2009, whichever is later] December 31, 2011.

Sec. 47. Section 4-85 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009):

(a) Before an appropriation becomes available for expenditure, each budgeted agency shall submit to the Governor through the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, not less than twenty days before the beginning of the fiscal year for which such appropriation was made, a requisition for the allotment of the amount estimated to be necessary to carry out the purposes of such appropriation during each quarter of such fiscal year. Appropriations for capital outlays may be allotted in any manner the Governor deems advisable. Such requisition shall contain any further information required by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management. The Governor shall approve such requisitions, subject to the provisions of subsection (b) of this section.

(b) Any allotment requisition and any allotment in force shall be subject to the following: (1) If the Governor determines that due to a change in circumstances since the budget was adopted certain reductions should be made in allotment requisitions or allotments in force or that estimated budget resources during the fiscal year will be insufficient to finance all appropriations in full, the Governor may modify such allotment requisitions or allotments in force to the extent the Governor deems necessary. Before such modifications are effected the Governor shall file a report with the joint standing committee having cognizance of matters relating to appropriations and the budgets of state agencies and the joint standing committee having cognizance of matters relating to state finance, revenue and bonding describing the change in circumstances which makes it necessary that certain reductions should be made or the basis for his determination that estimated budget resources will be insufficient to finance all appropriations in full. (2) If the cumulative monthly financial statement issued by the Comptroller pursuant to section 3-115 includes a projected General Fund deficit greater than one per cent of the total of General Fund appropriations, the Governor, within thirty days following the issuance of such statement, shall file a report with such joint standing committees, including a plan which he shall implement to modify such allotments to the extent necessary to prevent a deficit. No modification of an allotment requisition or an allotment in force made by the Governor pursuant to this subsection shall result in a reduction of more than three per cent of the total appropriation from any fund or more than five per cent of any appropriation, except such limitations shall not apply in time of war, invasion or emergency caused by natural disaster.

(c) If a plan submitted in accordance with subsection (b) of this section indicates that a reduction of more than three per cent of the total appropriation from any fund or more than five per cent of any appropriation is required to prevent a deficit, the Governor may request that the Finance Advisory Committee approve any such reduction, provided any modification which would result in a reduction of more than five per cent of total appropriations shall require the approval of the General Assembly.

(d) The secretary shall submit copies of allotment requisitions thus approved or modified or allotments in force thus modified, with the reasons for any modifications, to the administrative heads of the budgeted agencies concerned, to the Comptroller and to the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of appropriations and matters relating to the budgets of state agencies, through the Office of Fiscal Analysis. The Comptroller shall set up such allotments on the Comptroller's books and be governed thereby in the control of expenditures of budgeted agencies.

(e) The provisions of this section shall not be construed to authorize the Governor to reduce allotment requisitions or allotments in force concerning (1) aid to municipalities; or (2) any budgeted agency of the legislative or judicial branch, except that the Governor may recommend an aggregate allotment reduction of a specified amount for the legislative or judicial branch, which may be achieved at the discretion of and as determined by the Joint Committee on Legislative Management or the Chief Court Administrator, as appropriate.

Sec. 48. (Effective July 1, 2009) Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 12-19a, 12-19b and 12-19c of the general statutes, the amount due the city of East Lyme for the annual appropriation for reimbursement to towns for loss of taxes on state-owned real property, from the General Fund, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, shall be $ 100,000 for the United States Navy's Dodge Pond Acoustic Measurement Facility in East Lyme.

Sec. 49. (Effective July 1, 2009) Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 12-19a, 12-19b and 12-19c of the general statutes, the amount due the town of Mansfield for the annual appropriation for reimbursement to towns for loss of taxes on state-owned real property, from the General Fund, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, shall be $ 400,000 for the Fenton River Watershed for Mansfield Hollow Dam in Mansfield.

Sec. 50. (Effective July 1, 2009) The total number of positions which may be filled by any state agency shall not exceed the number of positions recommended by the joint standing committee on appropriations and the budgets of state agencies, including any revisions to such recommendation resulting from enactments of the General Assembly, as set forth in the report on the state budget published by the legislative Office of Fiscal Analysis, except upon the recommendation of the Governor and approval of the Finance Advisory Committee.

Sec. 51. Section 12-818 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009):

For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2000, the Connecticut Lottery Corporation shall transfer the sum of eight hundred seventy-five thousand dollars of the revenue received from the sale of lottery tickets to the chronic gamblers treatment and rehabilitation account created pursuant to section 17a-713. For each of the fiscal years ending June 30, 2001, to June 30, 2006, inclusive, the Connecticut Lottery Corporation shall transfer the sum of one million two hundred thousand dollars of the revenue received from the sale of lottery tickets to the chronic gamblers treatment and rehabilitation account created pursuant to section 17a-713. For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2007, [and each fiscal year thereafter,] the Connecticut Lottery Corporation shall transfer one million five hundred thousand dollars of the revenue received from the sale of lottery tickets to the chronic gamblers treatment rehabilitation account created pursuant to section 17a-713. For each of the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, the Connecticut Lottery Corporation shall transfer one million nine hundred thousand dollars of the revenue received from the sale of lottery tickets to the chronic gamblers treatment rehabilitation account created pursuant to section 17a-713. For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012, and each fiscal year thereafter, the Connecticut Lottery Corporation shall transfer one million five hundred thousand dollars of the revenue received from the sale of lottery tickets to the chronic gamblers treatment rehabilitation account created pursuant to section 17a-713.

Sec. 52. (Effective July 1, 2009) Notwithstanding section 28-30a of the general statutes, the sum of $ 541,982 shall be made available from the Enhanced 9-1-1 Telecommunications Fund, for each of the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, for the regional emergency medical services councils.

Sec. 53. (Effective July 1, 2009) (a) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 4-28e of the general statutes, for each of the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, the sum of $ 800,000 shall be transferred from the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund to the Department of Public Health, for the Easy Breathing Program, as follows: (1) For an adult asthma program within the Easy Breathing Program - $ 300,000, and (2) for a children's asthma program within the Easy Breathing Program - $ 500,000.

(b) The Commissioner of Social Services shall require utilization of the Easy Breathing model in the HUSKY program.

Sec. 54. (Effective July 1, 2009) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Governor may, with the approval of the Finance Advisory Committee, transfer positions in or funds appropriated to the Department of Children and Families to the Court Support Services Division within the judicial branch, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, as necessary to implement the consolidation of certain juvenile justice services within said division as of January 1, 2010.

Sec. 55. (Effective July 1, 2009) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 10-183t of the general statutes, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, (1) the state shall not make appropriations pursuant to subsections (a) and (c) of said section, and (2) the OPEB Teacher Fund established in accordance with the provisions of subsection (d) of said section shall (A) pay two-thirds of the basic plan's premium equivalent under said subsection (a), and (B) pay all of the cost of the subsidy under said subsection (c).

Sec. 56. (NEW) (Effective from passage) (a) There is established a Medicaid Waiver Oversight Committee to advise the Department of Social Services on the development and implementation of Medicaid waivers, pursuant to Section 1115 of the Social Security Act. The committee shall consist of three members appointed by the Commissioner of Social Services, three members appointed by the Commissioner of Mental Health and Addiction Services, three members appointed by the Commissioner of Public Health and the Healthcare Advocate, or the Healthcare Advocate's designee. Members of the committee appointed by said commissioners shall have requisite expertise or experience in matters relating to medical treatment and Medicaid benefits.

(b) All appointments to the committee shall be made no later than thirty days after the effective date of this section. Any vacancy shall be filled by the appointing authority.

(c) The Commissioner of Social Services shall select the chairperson of the committee from among the members of the committee. Such chairperson shall schedule the first meeting of the committee, which shall be held no later than sixty days after the effective date of this section.

(d) The administrative staff of the Department of Social Services shall serve as administrative staff of the committee.

(e) Not later than January 1, 2010, and annually thereafter, the committee shall submit a report on its findings and recommendations to the Governor and the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to public health and human services, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes.

Sec. 57. (Effective July 1, 2009) During the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management may, without prior approval of the Finance Advisory Committee, transfer funds appropriated to the Department of Correction in sections 1 and 4 of this act to the Judicial Department as necessary to achieve efficiencies in the transportation of inmates.

Sec. 58. Section 29-4 of the general statutes, as amended by section 4 of public act 09-2, is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009):

On and after January 1, 2006, the Commissioner of Public Safety shall appoint and maintain a minimum of one thousand two hundred forty-eight sworn state police personnel to efficiently maintain the operation of the division. On or after June 6, 1990, the commissioner shall appoint from among such personnel not more than three lieutenant colonels who shall be in the unclassified service as provided in section 5-198. Any permanent employee in the classified service who accepts appointment to the position of lieutenant colonel in the unclassified service may return to the classified service at such employee's former rank. The position of major in the classified service shall be abolished on July 1, 1999, but any existing position of major in the classified service may continue until termination of service. The commissioner shall appoint not more than seven majors who shall be in the unclassified service as provided in section 5-198. Any permanent employee in the classified service who accepts appointment to the position of major in the unclassified service may return to the classified service at such permanent employee's former rank. The commissioner, subject to the provisions of chapter 67, shall appoint such numbers of captains, lieutenants, sergeants, detectives and corporals as the commissioner deems necessary to officer efficiently the state police force. The commissioner may appoint a Deputy State Fire Marshal who shall be in the unclassified service as provided in section 5-198. Any permanent employee in the classified service who accepts appointment to the position of Deputy State Fire Marshal in the unclassified service may return to the classified service at such employee's former rank, class or grade, whichever is applicable. The commissioner shall establish such divisions as the commissioner deems necessary for effective operation of the state police force and consistent with budgetary allotments, a Criminal Intelligence Division and a state-wide organized crime investigative task force to be engaged throughout the state for the purpose of preventing and detecting any violation of the criminal law. The head of the Criminal Intelligence Division shall be of the rank of sergeant or above. The head of the state-wide organized crime investigative task force shall be a police officer. Salaries of the members of the Division of State Police within the Department of Public Safety shall be fixed by the Commissioner of Administrative Services as provided in section 4-40. [On and after April 1, 2009, no meal allowance shall be provided to any employee within the Department of Public Safety who is not covered by a collective bargaining agreement that requires such allowance. ] Subsistence shall be maintained for state police personnel at the expense of the state, and said police personnel shall be reimbursed for all expenses incurred in the performance of official duty. Said police personnel may be promoted, demoted, suspended or removed by the commissioner, but no final dismissal from the service shall be ordered until a hearing has been had before said commissioner on charges preferred against such officer. Each state police officer shall, before entering upon such officer's duties, be sworn to the faithful performance of such duties. The Commissioner of Public Safety shall designate an adequate patrol force for motor patrol work exclusively.

Sec. 59. (Effective July 1, 2009) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 4-28e of the general statutes, for each of the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, the sum of $ 500,000 shall be transferred from the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund to The University of Connecticut Health Center for the Connecticut Health Information Network.

Sec. 60. (Effective July 1, 2009) The sum of $ 100,000 appropriated in section 1 of this act to the Department of Public Health, from the General Fund, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, for AIDS Services shall be available to support the grant for the AIDS Interfaith Network for capacity building and technical assistance.

Sec. 61. Section 4-66aa of the general statutes, as amended by section 28 of public act 09-229, is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) There is established, within the General Fund, a separate, nonlapsing account to be known as the "community investment account". The account shall contain any moneys required by law to be deposited in the account. The funds in the account shall be distributed every three months as follows: (1) Twenty-five per cent to the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism to use as follows: (A) Two hundred thousand dollars, annually, to supplement the technical assistance and preservation activities of the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation, established pursuant to special act 75-93, and (B) the remainder to supplement historic preservation activities as provided in sections 10-409 to 10-415, inclusive; (2) twenty-five per cent to the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority to supplement new or existing affordable housing programs; (3) twenty-five per cent to the Department of Environmental Protection for municipal open space grants; and (4) twenty-five per cent to the Department of Agriculture to use as follows: (A) Five hundred thousand dollars annually for the agricultural viability grant program established pursuant to section 22-26j, as amended by [this act] section 32 of public act 09-229; (B) five hundred thousand dollars, annually for the farm transition program established pursuant to section 22-26k, as amended by [this act] section 31 of public act 09-229; (C) one hundred thousand dollars annually to encourage the sale of Connecticut Grown food to schools, restaurants, retailers, and other institutions and businesses in the state; (D) seventy-five thousand dollars annually for the Connecticut farm link program established pursuant to section 22-26l; and (E) the remainder for farmland preservation programs pursuant to chapter 422. Each agency receiving funds under this section may use not more than ten per cent of such funds for administration of the programs for which the funds were provided.

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (a) of this section, from the effective date of [this section] section 28 of public act 09-229 until July 1, 2011, the funds in the community investment account established pursuant to said subsection shall be distributed every three months as follows: (1) Twenty per cent to the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism to use as follows: (A) Two hundred thousand dollars, annually, to supplement the technical assistance and preservation activities of the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation, established pursuant to special act 75-93, and (B) the remainder to supplement historic preservation activities as provided in sections 10-409 to 10-415, inclusive; (2) twenty per cent to the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority to supplement new or existing affordable housing programs; (3) twenty per cent to the Department of Environmental Protection for municipal open space grants; and (4) forty per cent to the Department of Agriculture to use as follows: (A) [Five hundred thousand dollars annually] One hundred twenty-five thousand dollars, quarterly, for the agricultural viability grant program established pursuant to section 22-26j, as amended by [this act] section 32 of public act 09-229; (B) [five hundred thousand dollars, annually] One hundred twenty-five thousand dollars, quarterly, for the farm transition program established pursuant to section 22-26k, as amended by [this act] section 31 of public act 09-229; (C) [one hundred thousand dollars, annually] twenty-five thousand dollars, quarterly, to encourage the sale of Connecticut Grown food to schools, restaurants, retailers, and other institutions and businesses in the state; (D) [seventy-five thousand dollars, annually] eighteen thousand seven hundred fifty dollars, quarterly, for the Connecticut farm link program established pursuant to section 22-26l; and (E) the remainder each quarter to the agricultural sustainability account established pursuant to section [503 of this act] 29 of public act 09-229. Each agency receiving funds under this section may use not more than ten per cent of such funds for administration of the programs for which the funds were provided, except the Department of Agriculture may also use such funds for the administration of farmland preservation programs pursuant to chapter 422.

Sec. 62. (Effective from passage) Section 27 of public act 09-229 shall take effect July 1, 2009.

Sec. 63. (Effective from passage) (a) For the fiscal years ending June 30, 2009, to June 30, 2011, inclusive, any city with a population greater than one hundred thirty thousand that has issued pension deficit funding bonds pursuant to section 7-374c of the general statutes shall not be obligated to make any appropriation to fund, or make any contribution to, any pension plan funded with the proceeds of such bonds. On or before May 31, 2009, such city shall provide the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management and the State Treasurer with a plan of funding for such pension plan for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009, that is acceptable to said secretary and Treasurer. Not later than August 1, 2010, and August 1, 2011, such city shall provide the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management and the State Treasurer with a plan of funding for such pension plan for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, respectively.

(b) In each fiscal year that said secretary and Treasurer fail to approve the plan of funding submitted pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, such city shall make a minimum contribution to such pension plan of four million dollars.

Sec. 64. (Effective July 1, 2009) For the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, the Commissioner of Education, when distributing grant funds to expand the number of grades at a state charter school that the commissioner has determined assists the state in meeting the goals of the 2008 stipulation and order for Milo Sheff, et al. v. William A. O'Neill, et al. , shall distribute such grant funds solely from funds appropriated to the Department of Education, for Sheff Settlement.

Sec. 65. Subsection (f) of section 2-120 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009):

(f) [The commission may, subject to the provisions of chapter 67, employ any necessary staff within available appropriations. ] There shall be an executive director of the Latino and Puerto Rican Affairs Commission. The executive director and any necessary staff shall be employed by the Joint Standing Committee on Legislative Management. The commission shall have no authority over staffing or personnel matters.

Sec. 66. Subsection (d) of section 2-121 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009):

(d) [The commission may, subject to the provisions of chapter 67, employ any necessary staff within available appropriations. ] There shall be an executive director of the African American Affairs Commission. The executive director and any necessary staff shall be employed by the Joint Standing Committee on Legislative Management. The commission shall have no authority over staffing or personnel matters.

Sec. 67. Subsection (d) of section 2-122 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009):

(d) [The commission may, subject to the provisions of chapter 67, employ any necessary staff within available appropriations. ] There shall be an executive director of the Asian Pacific American Affairs Commission. The executive director and any necessary staff shall be employed by the Joint Standing Committee on Legislative Management. The commission shall have no authority over staffing or personnel matters.

Sec. 68. Section 46a-5 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009):

(a) The powers of the commission shall include, but not be limited to, the following: [(a)] (1) To utilize such voluntary and uncompensated services of private individuals, agencies and organizations as may from time to time be offered and needed; [(b)] (2) to recommend policies and make recommendations to agencies and officers of the state and local subdivisions of government to effectuate the policies of sections 46a-1 to 46a-6, inclusive; [(c)] (3) except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, to acquire on a contractual or other basis such necessary, legal, technical, secretarial and administrative services as it may require for the discharge of its duties; [(d)] (4) to establish and maintain such offices as it may deem necessary; [(e)] (5) to hold fact finding hearings, and pursuant to that subpoena witnesses and records, administer oaths and take the testimony of any persons under oath and require the production for examination of any books and papers relating to any matter under investigation or in question. The commission may, by regulation, establish a procedure for the issuance of subpoenas by individual commissioners. Refusal to obey a subpoena issued pursuant to this section shall constitute contempt punishable, upon the application of the authority issuing such subpoena, by the superior court for the judicial district of Hartford; [(f)] (6) to receive and refer immediately to the State Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, complaints of sex discrimination; and [(g)] (7) to promulgate such regulations as it may deem necessary to carry out the purposes of sections 46a-1 to 46a-6, inclusive.

(b) There shall be an executive director of the Permanent Commission on the Status of Women. The executive director and any necessary staff shall be employed by the Joint Standing Committee on Legislative Management. The commission shall have no authority over staffing or personnel matters.

Sec. 69. Section 46a-130 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009):

(a) The powers of the commission shall include, but not be limited to, the following: [(a)] (1) To utilize such voluntary and uncompensated services of private individuals, agencies and organizations as may from time to time be offered and needed; [(b)] (2) to recommend policies and make recommendations to agencies and officers of the state and local subdivisions of government relative to children; [(c)] (3) except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, to acquire on a contractual or other basis such necessary legal, technical, secretarial and administrative services as it may require for the discharge of its duties; [(d)] (4) to establish and maintain such offices as it may deem necessary; [(e)] (5) to hold public hearings; [(f)] (6) to establish task forces as necessary to accomplish the purposes of sections 46a-126 to 46a-131, inclusive; and [(g)] (7) to adopt such regulations as it may deem necessary to carry out the purposes of sections 46a-126 to 46a-131, inclusive.

(b) There shall be an executive director of the Commission on Children. The executive director and any necessary staff shall be employed by the Joint Standing Committee on Legislative Management. The commission shall have no authority over staffing or personnel matters.

Sec. 70. Subsection (c) of section 17b-420 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009):

(c) There shall be an executive director of the Commission on Aging. [who shall be appointed by the commission. There may be additional staff within available appropriations. ] The executive director and any necessary staff shall be employed by the Joint Standing Committee on Legislative Management. The commission shall have no authority over staffing or personnel matters. The commission shall be within the Legislative Department for administrative purposes only.

Sec. 71. Section 10-262h of the general statutes is amended by adding subsection (c) as follows (Effective July 1, 2009):

(NEW) (c) (1) Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, each town shall receive an equalization aid grant in amount provided for in subdivision (2) of this subsection.

(2) Equalization aid grant amounts.

 

Town

Grant for Fiscal Year

Grant for Fiscal Year

   

2010

2011

       
 

Andover

2,330,856

2,330,856

 

Ansonia

15,031,668

15,031,668

 

Ashford

3,896,069

3,896,069

 

Avon

1,232,688

1,232,688

 

Barkhamsted

1,615,872

1,615,872

 

Beacon Falls

4,044,804

4,044,804

 

Berlin

6,169,410

6,169,410

 

Bethany

2,030,845

2,030,845

 

Bethel

8,157,837

8,157,837

 

Bethlehem

1,318,171

1,318,171

 

Bloomfield

5,410,345

5,410,345

 

Bolton

3,015,660

3,015,660

 

Bozrah

1,229,255

1,229,255

 

Branford

1,759,095

1,759,095

 

Bridgeport

164,195,344

164,195,344

 

Bridgewater

137,292

137,292

 

Bristol

41,657,314

41,657,314

 

Brookfield

1,530,693

1,530,693

 

Brooklyn

6,978,295

6,978,295

 

Burlington

4,295,578

4,295,578

 

Canaan

207,146

207,146

 

Canterbury

4,733,625

4,733,625

 

Canton

3,348,790

3,348,790

 

Chaplin

1,880,888

1,880,888

 

Cheshire

9,298,837

9,298,837

 

Chester

665,733

665,733

 

Clinton

6,465,651

6,465,651

 

Colchester

13,547,231

13,547,231

 

Colebrook

495,044

495,044

 

Columbia

2,550,037

2,550,037

 

Cornwall

85,322

85,322

 

Coventry

8,845,691

8,845,691

 

Cromwell

4,313,692

4,313,692

 

Danbury

22,857,956

22,857,956

 

Darien

1,616,006

1,616,006

 

Deep River

1,687,351

1,687,351

 

Derby

6,865,689

6,865,689

 

Durham

3,954,812

3,954,812

 

Eastford

1,109,873

1,109,873

 

East Granby

1,301,142

1,301,142

 

East Haddam

3,718,223

3,718,223

 

East Hampton

7,595,720

7,595,720

 

East Hartford

41,710,817

41,710,817

 

East Haven

18,764,125

18,764,125

 

East Lyme

7,100,611

7,100,611

 

Easton

593,868

593,868

 

East Windsor

5,482,135

5,482,135

 

Ellington

9,504,917

9,504,917

 

Enfield

28,380,144

28,380,144

 

Essex

389,697

389,697

 

Fairfield

3,590,008

3,590,008

 

Farmington

1,611,013

1,611,013

 

Franklin

941,077

941,077

 

Glastonbury

6,201,152

6,201,152

 

Goshen

218,188

218,188

 

Granby

5,394,276

5,394,276

 

Greenwich

3,418,642

3,418,642

 

Griswold

10,735,024

10,735,024

 

Groton

25,374,989

25,374,989

 

Guilford

3,058,981

3,058,981

 

Haddam

1,728,610

1,728,610

 

Hamden

23,030,761

23,030,761

 

Hampton

1,337,582

1,337,582

 

Hartford

187,974,890

187,974,890

 

Hartland

1,350,837

1,350,837

 

Harwinton

2,728,401

2,728,401

 

Hebron

6,872,931

6,872,931

 

Kent

167,342

167,342

 

Killingly

15,245,633

15,245,633

 

Killingworth

2,227,467

2,227,467

 

Lebanon

5,467,634

5,467,634

 

Ledyard

12,030,465

12,030,465

 

Lisbon

3,899,238

3,899,238

 

Litchfield

1,479,851

1,479,851

 

Lyme

145,556

145,556

 

Madison

1,576,061

1,576,061

 

Manchester

30,619,100

30,619,100

 

Mansfield

10,070,677

10,070,677

 

Marlborough

3,124,421

3,124,421

 

Meriden

53,783,711

53,783,711

 

Middlebury

684,186

684,186

 

Middlefield

2,100,239

2,100,239

 

Middletown

16,652,386

16,652,386

 

Milford

10,728,519

10,728,519

 

Monroe

6,572,118

6,572,118

 

Montville

12,549,431

12,549,431

 

Morris

657,975

657,975

 

Naugatuck

29,211,401

29,211,401

 

New Britain

73,929,296

73,929,296

 

New Canaan

1,495,604

1,495,604

 

New Fairfield

4,414,083

4,414,083

 

New Hartford

3,143,902

3,143,902

 

New Haven

142,509,525

142,509,525

 

Newington

12,632,615

12,632,615

 

New London

22,940,565

22,940,565

 

New Milford

11,939,587

11,939,587

 

Newtown

4,309,646

4,309,646

 

Norfolk

381,414

381,414

 

North Branford

8,117,122

8,117,122

 

North Canaan

2,064,592

2,064,592

 

North Haven

3,174,940

3,174,940

 

North Stonington

2,892,440

2,892,440

 

Norwalk

10,095,131

10,095,131

 

Norwich

32,316,543

32,316,543

 

Old Lyme

605,586

605,586

 

Old Saybrook

652,677

652,677

 

Orange

1,055,910

1,055,910

 

Oxford

4,606,861

4,606,861

 

Plainfield

15,353,204

15,353,204

 

Plainville

10,161,853

10,161,853

 

Plymouth

9,743,272

9,743,272

 

Pomfret

3,092,817

3,092,817

 

Portland

4,272,257

4,272,257

 

Preston

3,057,025

3,057,025

 

Prospect

5,319,201

5,319,201

 

Putnam

8,071,851

8,071,851

 

Redding

687,733

687,733

 

Ridgefield

2,063,814

2,063,814

 

Rocky Hill

3,355,227

3,355,227

 

Roxbury

158,114

158,114

 

Salem

3,099,694

3,099,694

 

Salisbury

187,266

187,266

 

Scotland

1,444,458

1,444,458

 

Seymour

9,836,508

9,836,508

 

Sharon

145,798

145,798

 

Shelton

4,975,852

4,975,852

 

Sherman

244,327

244,327

 

Simsbury

5,367,517

5,367,517

 

Somers

5,918,636

5,918,636

 

Southbury

2,422,233

2,422,233

 

Southington

19,839,108

19,839,108

 

South Windsor

12,858,826

12,858,826

 

Sprague

2,600,651

2,600,651

 

Stafford

9,809,424

9,809,424

 

Stamford

7,978,877

7,978,877

 

Sterling

3,166,394

3,166,394

 

Stonington

2,061,204

2,061,204

 

Stratford

20,495,602

20,495,602

 

Suffield

6,082,494

6,082,494

 

Thomaston

5,630,307

5,630,307

 

Thompson

7,608,489

7,608,489

 

Tolland

10,759,283

10,759,283

 

Torrington

23,933,343

23,933,343

 

Trumbull

3,031,988

3,031,988

 

Union

239,576

239,576

 

Vernon

17,645,165

17,645,165

 

Voluntown

2,536,177

2,536,177

 

Wallingford

21,440,233

21,440,233

 

Warren

99,777

99,777

 

Washington

240,147

240,147

 

Waterbury

113,617,182

113,617,182

 

Waterford

1,445,404

1,445,404

 

Watertown

11,749,383

11,749,383

 

Westbrook

427,677

427,677

 

West Hartford

16,076,120

16,076,120

 

West Haven

41,399,303

41,399,303

 

Weston

948,564

948,564

 

Westport

1,988,255

1,988,255

 

Wethersfield

8,018,422

8,018,422

 

Willington

3,676,637

3,676,637

 

Wilton

1,557,195

1,557,195

 

Winchester

7,823,991

7,823,991

 

Windham

24,169,717

24,169,717

 

Windsor

11,547,663

11,547,663

 

Windsor Locks

4,652,368

4,652,368

 

Wolcott

13,539,371

13,539,371

 

Woodbridge

721,370

721,370

 

Woodbury

876,018

876,018

 

Woodstock

5,390,055

5,390,055

Sec. 72. Section 7-294b of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009):

(a) There shall be a Police Officer Standards and Training Council which shall be within the Division of State Police of the Department of Public Safety for administrative purposes [only] in accordance with subsection (c) of this section and which shall consist of the following members appointed by the Governor: (1) A chief administrative officer of a town or city in Connecticut; (2) the chief elected official or chief executive officer of a town or city in Connecticut with a population under twelve thousand which does not have an organized police department; (3) a member of the faculty of The University of Connecticut; (4) eight members of the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association who are holding office or employed as chief of police or the highest ranking professional police officer of an organized police department of a municipality within the state; (5) the Chief State's Attorney; (6) a sworn municipal police officer whose rank is sergeant or lower; and (7) five public members. The Commissioner of Public Safety and the Federal Bureau of Investigation special agent-in-charge in Connecticut or their designees shall be voting ex-officio members of the council. Any nonpublic member of the council shall immediately upon the termination of his holding the office or employment which qualified him for appointment cease to be a member of the council. A member appointed to fill a vacancy shall be appointed for the unexpired term of the member whom he is to succeed in the same manner as the original appointment. The Governor shall appoint a chairperson and the council shall appoint a vice-chairperson and a secretary from among the members. The members of the council shall serve without compensation but shall be entitled to actual expenses involved in the performance of their duties.

(b) Membership on the council shall not constitute holding a public office. No member of the council shall be disqualified from holding any public office or employment by reason of his appointment to or membership on the council nor shall any member forfeit any such office or employment by reason of his appointment to the council, notwithstanding the provisions of any general statute, special act or local law, ordinance or charter.

(c) The administrative functions of the Police Officer Standards and Training Council shall be transferred to the Department of Public Safety. Said department shall provide all administrative assistance necessary for said council to maintain independent operations. The Police Officer Standards and Training Council shall retain sole responsibility for the operations and programs of said council.

Sec. 73. (Effective July 1, 2009) The State Treasurer and the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management shall jointly develop a financing plan that will result in net proceeds of up to three hundred thirty-five million dollars to be used as general revenues for the state during the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2010. Such plan may include, but need not be limited to, consideration of securitization of proceeds from the sale of lottery tickets, as provided in chapter 229a of the general statutes, the issuance of notes, bonds or other instruments of debt in the public markets, through private placement of such debt instruments, or the purchase of such notes, bonds or other instruments of debt by the Connecticut Retirement Plans and Trust Funds. Such plan shall be completed on or before February 3, 2010, and provided to the chairpersons of the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to appropriations and finance, revenue and bonding.

Sec. 74. Section 6-38m of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009):

Commencing October 1, 2001, and not later than October [first each year thereafter] 1, 2008, each state marshal shall pay an annual fee of two hundred fifty dollars to the State Marshal Commission, which fee shall be deposited in the General Fund. Commencing October 1, 2009, and not later than October first each year thereafter, each state marshal shall pay an annual fee of seven hundred fifty dollars to the State Marshal Commission, which fee shall be deposited in the General Fund.

Sec. 75. (NEW) (Effective July 1, 2009) (a) The Commissioner of Social Services shall forward to a state marshal for service any subpoena, summons, warrant or court order relating to proceedings initiated by said commissioner, provided such subpoena, summons, warrant or court order has had no action taken upon it within the past fourteen days and the underlying proceedings remain unresolved.

(b) To resolve any backlog, commencing August 1, 2009, and monthly thereafter, the Commissioner of Social Services shall forward to state marshals for service not more than one hundred fifty subpoenas, summons, warrants or court orders relating to proceedings initiated by said commissioner that have had no action taken upon them within the past thirty days.

Sec. 76. Subdivision (2) of subsection (a) of section 12-214 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009, and applicable to income years commencing on or after January 1, 2009):

(2) The following companies shall be exempt from the tax imposed under this chapter: (A) Insurance companies incorporated or organized under the laws of any other state or foreign government and for income years commencing on or after January 1, 1999, domestic insurance companies; (B) companies exempt by the federal corporation net income tax law; [, and any company which qualifies as a domestic international sales corporation (DISC), as defined in Section 992 of the Internal Revenue Code and as to which a valid election under subsection (b) of said Section 992 to be treated as a DISC is effective, but excluding companies, other than any company which so qualifies as, and so elects to be treated as, a DISC, which elect not to be subject to such tax under any provision of said Internal Revenue Code other than said subsection (b) of Section 992; ] (C) companies subject to gross earnings taxes under chapter 210; (D) companies all of whose properties in this state are operated by companies subject to gross earnings taxes under chapter 210; (E) cooperative housing corporations, as defined for federal income tax purposes; (F) any organization or association of two or more persons established and operated for the exclusive purpose of promoting the success or defeat of any candidate for public office or of any political party or question or constitutional amendment to be voted upon at any state or national election or for any other political purpose; (G) any company which is not owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, by any other company, the gross annual revenues of which in the most recently completed year did not exceed one hundred million dollars and which engaged in the research, design, manufacture, sale or installation of alternative energy systems or motor vehicles powered in whole or in part by electricity, natural gas or solar energy including their parts and components, provided at least seventy-five per cent of the gross annual revenues of such company are derived from such research, design, manufacture, sale or installation; (H) any company which engages in the research, design, manufacture or sale in Connecticut of aero-derived gas turbine systems in advanced industrial applications, which applications are developed after October 1, 1992, which are limited to simple-cycle systems, humid air, steam or water injection, recuperation or intercooling technologies, including their parts and components, to the extent that such company's net income is directly attributable to such purposes; (I) any non-United States corporation, which shall be any foreign corporation, as defined in Section 7701(a)(5) of the Internal Revenue Code, whose sole activity in this state during the income year consists of the trading in stocks, securities or commodities for such corporation's own account, as defined in Section 864(b)(2)(A)(ii) of said Internal Revenue Code; and (J) for income years commencing on or after January 1, 2001, S corporations.

Sec. 77. Subsection (b) of section 12-214 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009, and applicable to income years commencing on or after January 1, 2009):

(b) (1) With respect to income years commencing on or after January 1, 1989, and prior to January 1, 1992, any company subject to the tax imposed in accordance with subsection (a) of this section shall pay, for each such income year, an additional tax in an amount equal to twenty per cent of the tax calculated under said subsection (a) for such income year, without reduction of the tax so calculated by the amount of any credit against such tax. The additional amount of tax determined under this subsection for any income year shall constitute a part of the tax imposed by the provisions of said subsection (a) and shall become due and be paid, collected and enforced as provided in this chapter.

(2) With respect to income years commencing on or after January 1, 1992, and prior to January 1, 1993, any company subject to the tax imposed in accordance with subsection (a) of this section shall pay, for each such income year, an additional tax in an amount equal to ten per cent of the tax calculated under said subsection (a) for such income year, without reduction of the tax so calculated by the amount of any credit against such tax. The additional amount of tax determined under this subsection for any income year shall constitute a part of the tax imposed by the provisions of said subsection (a) and shall become due and be paid, collected and enforced as provided in this chapter.

(3) With respect to income years commencing on or after January 1, 2003, and prior to January 1, 2004, any company subject to the tax imposed in accordance with subsection (a) of this section shall pay, for each such income year, an additional tax in an amount equal to twenty per cent of the tax calculated under said subsection (a) for such income year, without reduction of the tax so calculated by the amount of any credit against such tax. The additional amount of tax determined under this subsection for any income year shall constitute a part of the tax imposed by the provisions of said subsection (a) and shall become due and be paid, collected and enforced as provided in this chapter.

(4) With respect to income years commencing on or after January 1, 2004, and prior to January 1, 2005, any company subject to the tax imposed in accordance with subsection (a) of this section shall pay, for each such income year, an additional tax in an amount equal to twenty-five per cent of the tax calculated under said subsection (a) for such income year, without reduction of the tax so calculated by the amount of any credit against such tax, except that any company that pays the minimum tax of two hundred fifty dollars under section 12-219, as amended by this act, or 12-223c for such income year shall not be subject to the additional tax imposed by this subdivision. The additional amount of tax determined under this subdivision for any income year shall constitute a part of the tax imposed by the provisions of said subsection (a) and shall become due and be paid, collected and enforced as provided in this chapter.

(5) With respect to income years commencing on or after January 1, 2006, and prior to January 1, 2007, any company subject to the tax imposed in accordance with subsection (a) of this section shall pay, except when the tax so calculated is equal to two hundred fifty dollars, for each such income year, an additional tax in an amount equal to twenty per cent of the tax calculated under said subsection (a) for such income year, without reduction of the tax so calculated by the amount of any credit against such tax. The additional amount of tax determined under this subsection for any income year shall constitute a part of the tax imposed by the provisions of said subsection (a) and shall become due and be paid, collected and enforced as provided in this chapter.

(6) With respect to income years commencing on or after January 1, 2009, and prior to January 1, 2012, any company subject to the tax imposed in accordance with subsection (a) of this section shall pay, for each such income year, except when the tax so calculated is equal to two hundred fifty dollars, an additional tax in an amount equal to twenty-five per cent of the tax calculated under said subsection (a) for such income year, without reduction of the tax so calculated by the amount of any credit against such tax. The additional amount of tax determined under this subsection for any income year shall constitute a part of the tax imposed by the provisions of said subsection (a) and shall become due and be paid, collected and enforced as provided in this chapter.

Sec. 78. Subdivision (1) of subsection (a) of section 12-217 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009, and applicable to income years commencing on or after January 1, 2009):

(a) (1) In arriving at net income as defined in section 12-213, whether or not the taxpayer is taxable under the federal corporation net income tax, there shall be deducted from gross income, (A) all items deductible under the Internal Revenue Code effective and in force on the last day of the income year except (i) any taxes imposed under the provisions of this chapter which are paid or accrued in the income year and in the income year commencing January 1, 1989, and thereafter, any taxes in any state of the United States or any political subdivision of such state, or the District of Columbia, imposed on or measured by the income or profits of a corporation which are paid or accrued in the income year, [and] (ii) deductions for depreciation, which shall be allowed as provided in subsection (b) of this section, and (iii) deductions for domestic production, as provided in Section 199 of the Internal Revenue Code, and (B) additionally, in the case of a regulated investment company, the sum of (i) the exempt-interest dividends, as defined in the Internal Revenue Code, and (ii) expenses, bond premium, and interest related to tax-exempt income that are disallowed as deductions under the Internal Revenue Code, and (C) in the case of a taxpayer maintaining an international banking facility as defined in the laws of the United States or the regulations of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, as either may be amended from time to time, the gross income attributable to the international banking facility, provided, no expense or loss attributable to the international banking facility shall be a deduction under any provision of this section, and (D) additionally, in the case of all taxpayers, all dividends as defined in the Internal Revenue Code effective and in force on the last day of the income year not otherwise deducted from gross income, [including] other than (i) dividends received from a DISC or former DISC as defined in Section 992 of the Internal Revenue Code and dividends deemed to have been distributed by a DISC or former DISC as provided in Section 995 of said Internal Revenue Code, [other than] and (ii) thirty per cent of dividends received from a domestic corporation in which the taxpayer owns less than twenty per cent of the total voting power and value of the stock of such corporation, and (E) additionally, in the case of all taxpayers, the value of any capital gain realized from the sale of any land, or interest in land, to the state, any political subdivision of the state, or to any nonprofit land conservation organization where such land is to be permanently preserved as protected open space or to a water company, as defined in section 25-32a, where such land is to be permanently preserved as protected open space or as Class I or Class II water company land.

Sec. 79. Subsection (c) of section 12-218 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009, and applicable to income years commencing on or after January 1, 2009):

(c) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (k) or (l) of this section, the net income of the taxpayer when derived from the manufacture, sale or use of tangible personal or real property, shall be apportioned within and without the state by means of an apportionment fraction, to be computed as the sum of the property factor, the payroll factor and twice the receipts factor, divided by four. (1) The first of these fractions, the property factor, shall represent that part of the average monthly net book value of the total tangible property held and owned by the taxpayer during the income year which is held within the state, without deduction on account of any encumbrance thereon, and the value of tangible property rented to the taxpayer computed by multiplying the gross rents payable during the income year or period by eight. For the purpose of this section, gross rents shall be the actual sum of money or other consideration payable, directly or indirectly, by the taxpayer or for its benefit for the use or possession of the property, excluding royalties, but including interest, taxes, insurance, repairs or any other amount required to be paid by the terms of a lease or other arrangement and a proportionate part of the cost of any improvement to the real property made by or on behalf of the taxpayer which reverts to the owner or lessor upon termination of a lease or other arrangement, based on the unexpired term of the lease commencing with the date the improvement is completed, provided, where a building is erected on leased land by or on behalf of the taxpayer, the value of the land is determined by multiplying the gross rent by eight, and the value of the building is determined in the same manner as if owned by the taxpayer. (2) The second fraction, the payroll factor, shall represent the part of the total wages, salaries and other compensation to employees paid by the taxpayer during the income year which was paid in this state, excluding any such wages, salaries or other compensation attributable to the production of gross income of an international banking facility as defined in section 12-217, as amended by this act. Compensation is paid in this state if (A) the individual's service is performed entirely within the state; or (B) the individual's service is performed both within and without the state, but the service performed without the state is incidental to the individual's service within the state; or (C) some of the service is performed in the state and (i) the base of operations or, if there is no base of operations, the place from which the service is directed or controlled is in the state, or (ii) the base of operations or the place from which the service is directed or controlled is not in any state in which some part of the service is performed, but the individual's residence is in this state. (3) The third fraction, the receipts factor, shall represent the part of the taxpayer's gross receipts from sales or other sources during the income year, computed according to the method of accounting used in the computation of its entire net income, which is assignable to the state, and excluding any gross receipts attributable to an international banking facility as defined in section 12-217, as amended by this act, but including receipts from sales of tangible property if the property is delivered or shipped to a purchaser within this state, [other than a company which qualifies as a Domestic International Sales Corporation (DISC) as defined in Section 992 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, or any subsequent corresponding internal revenue code of the United States, as from time to time amended, and as to which a valid election under Subsection (b) of said Section 992 to be treated as a DISC is effective, regardless of the f. o. b. point or other conditions of the sale,] receipts from services performed within the state, rentals and royalties from properties situated within the state, royalties from the use of patents or copyrights within the state, interest managed or controlled within the state, net gains from the sale or other disposition of intangible assets managed or controlled within the state, net gains from the sale or other disposition of tangible assets situated within the state and all other receipts earned within the state.

Sec. 80. Section 12-217dd of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009, and applicable to income years commencing on or after January 1, 2009):

(a) For purposes of this section, "donation of open space land" means the value of any land or interest in land conveyed without financial consideration, or the value of any discount of the sale price in any sale of land or interest in land, to the state, a political subdivision of the state, a water company, as defined in section 25-32a, or to any nonprofit land conservation organization where such land is to be permanently preserved as protected open space or used as a public water supply source.

(b) There shall be allowed a credit for all taxpayers against the tax imposed under section 12-217, as amended by this act, in an amount equal to fifty per cent of any donation of open space land or as a public water supply source. For purposes of calculating the credit under this section, the amount of donation shall be based on the use value of the donated open space land and the amount received for such land. For purposes of this subsection, "use value" means the fair market value of land at its highest and best use, as determined by a certified real estate appraiser.

(c) A credit that is allowed under this section, with respect to any taxable year commencing on or after January 1, 2000, but is not used by a taxpayer may be carried forward to each of the successive income years until such credit is fully taken. In no case shall a credit that is not used be carried forward for a period of more than [fifteen] twenty-five years.

Sec. 81. Section 12-217jj of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009, and applicable to income years commencing on or after January 1, 2009):

(a) As used in this section:

(1) "Commissioner" means the Commissioner of Revenue Services.

(2) ["Commission" means the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism] "Department" means the Department of Economic and Community Development.

(3) (A) "Qualified production" means entertainment content created in whole or in part within the state, including motion pictures; documentaries; long-form, specials, mini-series, series, sound recordings, videos and music videos and interstitials television programming; interactive television; interactive games; videogames; commercials; infomercials; any format of digital media, including an interactive web site, created for distribution or exhibition to the general public; and any trailer, pilot, video teaser or demo created primarily to stimulate the sale, marketing, promotion or exploitation of future investment in either a product or a qualified production via any means and media in any digital media format, film or videotape, provided such program meets all the underlying criteria of a qualified production.

(B) "Qualified production" shall not include any ongoing television program created primarily as news, weather or financial market reports, a production featuring current events, sporting events, an awards show or other gala event, a production whose sole purpose is fundraising, a long-form production that primarily markets a product or service, a production used for corporate training or in-house corporate advertising or other similar productions, or any production for which records are required to be maintained under 18 USC 2257 with respect to sexually explicit content.

(4) "Eligible production company" means a corporation, partnership, limited liability company, or other business entity engaged in the business of producing qualified productions on a one-time or ongoing basis, and qualified by the Secretary of the State to engage in business in the state.

(5) "Production expenses or costs" means all expenditures clearly and demonstrably incurred in the state in the development, preproduction, production or postproduction costs of a qualified production, including:

(A) Expenditures incurred in the state in the form of either compensation or purchases including production work, production equipment not eligible for the infrastructure tax credit provided in section 12-217kk, as amended by this act, production software, postproduction work, postproduction equipment, postproduction software, set design, set construction, props, lighting, wardrobe, makeup, makeup accessories, special effects, visual effects, audio effects, film processing, music, sound mixing, editing, location fees, soundstages and any and all other costs or services directly incurred in connection with a state-certified qualified production;

(B) Expenditures for distribution, including preproduction, production or postproduction costs relating to the creation of trailers, marketing videos, commercials, point-of-purchase videos and any and all content created on film or digital media, including the duplication of films, videos, CDs, DVDs and any and all digital files now in existence and those yet to be created for mass consumer consumption; the purchase, by a company in the state, of any and all equipment relating to the duplication or mass market distribution of any content created or produced in the state by any digital media format which is now in use and those formats yet to be created for mass consumer consumption; and

(C) "Production expenses or costs" does not include the following: (i) On and after January 1, 2008, compensation in excess of fifteen million dollars paid to any individual or entity representing an individual, for services provided in the production of a qualified production and on or after January 1, 2009, compensation in excess of twenty million dollars paid in the aggregate to any individuals or entities representing individuals, for star talent provided in the production of a qualified production; (ii) media buys, promotional events or gifts or public relations associated with the promotion or marketing of any qualified production; (iii) deferred, leveraged or profit participation costs relating to any and all personnel associated with any and all aspects of the production, including, but not limited to, producer fees, director fees, talent fees and writer fees; (iv) costs relating to the transfer of the production tax credits; [and] (v) any amounts paid to persons or businesses as a result of their participation in profits from the exploitation of the qualified production; and (vi) any expenses or costs relating to an independent certification, as required by subsection (c) of this section, or as the department may otherwise require, pertaining to the amount of production expenses or costs set forth by an eligible production company in its application for a production tax credit.

(6) "Sound recording" means a recording of music, poetry or spoken-word performance, but does not include the audio portions of dialogue or words spoken and recorded as part of a motion picture, video, theatrical production, television news coverage or athletic event.

(7) "State-certified qualified production" means a qualified production produced by an eligible production company that (A) is in compliance with regulations adopted pursuant to subsection (g) of this section, (B) is authorized to conduct business in this state, and (C) has been approved by the [commission] department as qualifying for a production tax credit under this section.

(8) "Interactive web site" means a web site, the production costs of which (A) exceed five hundred thousand dollars per income year, and (B) is primarily (i) interactive games or end user applications, or (ii) animation, simulation, sound, graphics, story lines or video created or repurposed for distribution over the Internet. An interactive web site does not include a web site primarily used for institutional, private, industrial, retail or wholesale marketing or promotional purposes, or which contains obscene content.

(9) "Post-certification remedy" means the recapture, disallowance, recovery, reduction, repayment, forfeiture, decertification or any other remedy that would have the effect of reducing or otherwise limiting the use of a tax credit provided by this section.

(b) (1) The [Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism] Department of Economic and Community Development shall administer a system of tax credit vouchers within the resources, requirements and purposes of this section for eligible production companies producing a state-certified qualified production in the state. For income years commencing on or after January 1, 2006, any eligible production company incurring production expenses or costs in excess of fifty thousand dollars shall be eligible for a credit against the tax imposed under chapter 207 or this chapter equal to thirty per cent of such production expenses or costs, and for income years commencing on or after January 1, 2009, any eligible production company incurring production expenses or costs in excess of one million dollars, conducting at least fifty per cent of principal photography days, and incurring at least fifty per cent of postproduction costs within the state, shall be eligible for a credit against the tax imposed under chapter 207 or this chapter equal to thirty per cent of such production expenses or costs, provided (A) on and after January 1, 2009, fifty per cent of such expenses or costs shall be counted toward such credit when incurred outside the state and used within the state, and one hundred per cent of such expenses or costs shall be counted toward such credit when incurred within the state and used within the state, and (B) on and after January 1, [2012] 2010, no expenses or costs incurred outside the state and used within the state shall be eligible for a credit, and one hundred per cent of such expenses or costs shall be counted toward such credit when incurred within the state and used within the state.

(2) On and after July 1, 2006, and for income years commencing on or after January 1, 2006, any credit allowed pursuant to this subsection may be sold, assigned or otherwise transferred, in whole or in part, to one or more taxpayers, provided no credit, after issuance, may be sold, assigned or otherwise transferred, in whole or in part, more than three times.

(3) On and after July 1, 2006, and for income years commencing on or after January 1, 2006, any such credit allowed under this subsection shall be claimed against the tax imposed under chapter 207 or this chapter for the income year in which the production expenses or costs were incurred, and may be carried forward for the three immediately succeeding income years. Any production tax credit allowed under this subsection shall be nonrefundable.

(c) (1) An eligible production company shall apply to the [commission] department for a tax credit voucher on an annual basis, but not later than ninety days after the first production expenses or costs are incurred in the production of a qualified production, and shall provide with such application such information as the [commission] department may require to determine such company's eligibility to claim a credit under this section. No production expenses or costs may be listed more than once for purposes of the tax credit voucher pursuant to this section, or pursuant to section 12-217kk, as amended by this act, or 12-217ll, as amended by this act, and if a production expense or cost has been included in a claim for a credit, such production expense or cost may not be included in any subsequent claim for a credit.

[(2) Not earlier than three months after the application in subdivision (1) of this subsection, an eligible production company may apply to the commission for a production tax credit voucher, and shall provide with such application such information and independent certification as the commission may require pertaining to the amount of such company's production expenses or costs to date. If the commission determines that such company is eligible to be issued a production tax credit voucher, the commission shall enter on the voucher the amount of production expenses or costs that has been established to the satisfaction of the commission, and the amount of such company's credit under this section. The commission shall provide a copy of such voucher to the commissioner, upon request. ]

[(3)] (2) Not later than ninety days after the end of the annual period, or after the last production expenses or costs are incurred in the production of a qualified production, an eligible production company shall apply to the [commission] department for a production tax credit voucher, and shall provide with such application such information and independent certification as the [commission] department may require pertaining to the amount of such company's production expenses or costs. Such independent certification shall be provided by an audit professional chosen from a list compiled by the department. If the [commission] department determines that such company is eligible to be issued a production tax credit voucher, the [commission] department shall enter on the voucher the amount of production expenses or costs that has been established to the satisfaction of the [commission, minus the amount of any credit issued pursuant to subdivision (2) of this subsection,] department and the amount of such company's credit under this section. The [commission] department shall provide a copy of such voucher to the commissioner, upon request.

(d) If an eligible production company sells, assigns or otherwise transfers a credit under this section to another taxpayer, the transferor and transferee shall jointly submit written notification of such transfer to the [commission] department not later than thirty days after such transfer. If such transferee sells, assigns or otherwise transfers a credit under this section to a subsequent transferee, such transferee and such subsequent transferee shall jointly submit written notification of such transfer to the [commission] department not later than thirty days after such transfer. The notification after each transfer shall include the credit voucher number, the date of transfer, the amount of such credit transferred, the tax credit balance before and after the transfer, the tax identification numbers for both the transferor and the transferee, and any other information required by the [commission] department. Failure to comply with this subsection will result in a disallowance of the tax credit until there is full compliance on the part of the transferor and the transferee, and for a second or third transfer, on the part of all subsequent transferors and transferees. The [commission] department shall provide a copy of the notification of assignment to the commissioner upon request.

(e) Any eligible production company that wilfully submits information to the [commission] department that it knows to be fraudulent or false shall, in addition to any other penalties provided by law, be liable for a penalty equal to the amount of such company's credit entered on the production tax credit certificate issued under this section.

(f) The issuance by the [commission] department of a tax credit voucher with respect to an amount of tax credits stated thereon shall mean that none of such tax credits are subject to a post-certification remedy, and that the [commission] department and the commissioner shall have no right, except in the case of possible material misrepresentation or fraud, to conduct any further or additional review, examination or audit of the expenditures or costs for which such tax credits were issued. If at any time after the issuance of a tax credit voucher the [commission] department or the commissioner determines that there was a material misrepresentation or fraud on the part of an eligible production company in connection with the submission of an expense report and the result of such material misrepresentation or fraud was that (1) a specific amount of tax credits was reflected on the tax credit voucher issued in response to such expense report that would not have otherwise been so reflected, and (2) such tax credits would otherwise be subject to a post-certification remedy, such tax credits shall not be subject to any post-certification remedy and the sole and exclusive remedy of the [commission] department and the commissioner shall be to seek collection of the amount of such tax credits from the eligible production company that committed the fraud or misrepresentation, not from any transferee of such tax credits.

(g) The [commission] department, in consultation with the commissioner, shall adopt regulations, in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54, as may be necessary for the administration of this section.

Sec. 82. Section 12-217kk of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009, and applicable to income years commencing on or after January 1, 2009):

(a) As used in this section:

(1) "Commissioner" means the Commissioner of Revenue Services.

(2) ["Commission" means the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism] "Department" means the Department of Economic and Community Development.

(3) "Infrastructure project" means a capital project to provide basic buildings, facilities or installations needed for the functioning of the digital media and motion picture industry in this state.

(4) "State-certified project" means an infrastructure project undertaken in this state by an entity that (A) is in compliance with regulations adopted pursuant to subsection (e) of this section, (B) is authorized to conduct business in this state, (C) is not in default on a loan made by the state or a loan guaranteed by the state, nor has ever declared bankruptcy under which an obligation of the entity to pay or repay public funds was discharged as a part of such bankruptcy, and (D) has been approved by the [commission] department as qualifying for an infrastructure tax credit under this section.

(5) "Post-certification remedy" means the recapture, disallowance, recovery, reduction, repayment, forfeiture, decertification or any other remedy that would have the effect of reducing or otherwise limiting the use of a tax credit provided by this section.

(b) (1) [There] (A) For income years commencing prior to January 1, 2009, there shall be allowed a state-certified project credit against the tax imposed under chapter 207 or this chapter to any taxpayer that invests in a state-certified project. Such credit may be in the following amounts: [(A)] (i) For state-certified projects costing greater than fifteen thousand dollars and less than one hundred fifty thousand dollars, each taxpayer may be allowed a tax credit of ten per cent of the investment made by such taxpayer; [(B)] (ii) for state-certified projects costing one hundred fifty thousand dollars or more, but less than one million dollars, each taxpayer may be allowed a tax credit of fifteen per cent of the investment made by such taxpayer; and [(C)] (iii) for state-certified projects costing one million dollars or more, each taxpayer may be allowed a tax credit of twenty per cent of the investment made by such taxpayer.

(B) For income years commencing on or after January 1, 2009, there shall be allowed a state certified project credit against the tax imposed under chapter 207 or this chapter to any taxpayer that invests five million dollars or more in a state-certified project in an amount equal to twenty per cent of the investment made by such taxpayer.

(2) Eligible expenditures pursuant to this section shall include the following: All expenditures for a capital project to provide buildings, facilities or installations, whether leased or purchased, together with necessary equipment for a film, video, television, digital production facility or digital animation production facility; project development, including design, professional consulting fees and transaction costs; development, preproduction, production, post-production and distribution equipment and system access; and fixtures and other equipment.

(3) Any credit allowed pursuant to this section may be sold, assigned or otherwise transferred, in whole or in part, to one or more taxpayers, and such taxpayers may sell, assign or otherwise transfer, in whole or in part, such credit. Any taxpayer holding such credit may claim such credit only for the income year in which expenditures were made by the taxpayer for the infrastructure project.

(4) Any credit allowed pursuant to this section shall be claimed against the tax imposed under chapter 207 or this chapter. If the amount of the credit allowable under this section exceeds the sum of any taxes due from a taxpayer, any such excess amount of the credit allowable under this section may be taken in any of the three immediately succeeding income years.

(5) Any tax credit earned under this section shall be nonrefundable.

(c) (1) An entity undertaking an infrastructure project shall apply to the [commission] department for an eligibility certificate not later than ninety days after the first expenses or costs are incurred, and shall provide with such application such information as the [commission] department may require to determine such infrastructure project's eligibility as a state-certified project.

(2) Each application for an eligibility certificate shall include: (A) A detailed description of the infrastructure project; (B) a preliminary budget; (C) estimated completion date; and (D) such other information as the [commission] department may require. The [commission] department may require an independent audit of all project costs and expenditures prior to certification. If the [commission] department determines that such project is eligible to be a state-certified project, the [commission] department shall indicate the amount of costs or expenditures that has been established to the satisfaction of the [commission] department, and issue to such entity a tax credit certification letter for investors indicating the amount of tax credits available under this section. The [commission] department shall provide a copy of such letter to the commissioner, upon request.

(3) Prior to the issuance of a state-certified project tax credit voucher to a taxpayer based upon the tax credit certification letter issued pursuant to subdivision (2) of this subdivision, the entity undertaking such infrastructure project shall provide the [commission] department with a description of the progress on such project and an estimated completion date. The [commission] department may require an independent audit of all project costs and expenditures prior to issuance of such tax credit voucher to a taxpayer. No such tax credit voucher may be issued prior to such time as such state-certified project is shown to be [not less than sixty] one hundred per cent complete.

(d) If a taxpayer sells, assigns or otherwise transfers a credit under this section to another taxpayer, the transferor and transferee shall jointly submit written notification of such transfer to the [commission] department not later than thirty days after such transfer. The notification shall include the credit certificate number, the date of transfer, the amount of such credit transferred, the tax credit balance before and after the transfer, the tax identification numbers for both the transferor and the transferee and any other information required by the commissioner. After the initial issuance of a tax credit, such credit may be sold, assigned or otherwise transferred not more than three times. Failure to comply with this subsection will result in a disallowance of the tax credit until there is full compliance on both the part of the transferor and the transferee, and all subsequent transferors and transferees. The [commission] department shall provide a copy of the notification of assignment to the commissioner upon request.

(e) The issuance by the [commission] department of a tax credit voucher with respect to an amount of tax credits stated thereon shall mean that none of such tax credits are subject to a post-certification remedy, and that the [commission] department and the commissioner shall have no right except in the case of a possible material misrepresentation or fraud, to conduct any further or additional review, examination or audit of the expenditures or costs for which such tax credits were issued. If at any time after the issuance of a tax credit voucher the [commission] department or the commissioner determines that there was a material misrepresentation or fraud on the part of a taxpayer in connection with the submission of an expense report and the result of such material misrepresentation or fraud was that (1) a specific amount of tax credits was reflected on the tax credit voucher issued in response to such expense report that would not have otherwise been so reflected, and (2) such tax credits would otherwise be subject to a post-certification remedy, such tax credits shall not be subject to any post-certification remedy and the sole and exclusive remedy of the [commission] department and the commissioner shall be to seek collection of the amount of such tax credits from the taxpayer that committed the fraud or misrepresentation, not from any transferee of the tax credits.

(f) The [commission] department, in consultation with the commissioner, shall adopt regulations, in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54, as may be necessary for the administration of this section.

Sec. 83. Section 12-217ll of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009, and applicable to income years commencing on or after January 1, 2009):

(a) As used in this section:

(1) "Commissioner" means the Commissioner of Revenue Services.

(2) ["Commission" means the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism] "Department" means the Department of Economic and Community Development.

(3) "Digital animation production company" means a corporation, partnership, limited liability company or other business entity engaged exclusively in digital animation production activity on an ongoing basis, and that is qualified by the Secretary of the State to engage in business in the state.

(4) "State-certified digital animation production company" means a digital animation production company that (A) maintains studio facilities located within the state at which digital animation production activities are conducted, (B) employs at least two hundred full-time employees within the state, (C) is in compliance with regulations adopted pursuant to subsection (h) of this section, and (D) has been certified by the [commission] department.

(5) "Digital animation production activity" means the creation, development and production of computer-generated animation content for distribution or exhibition to the general public, but not for the production of any material for which records are required to be maintained under 18 USC 2257 with respect to sexually explicit content.

(6) "Full-time employee" means an employee required to work at least thirty-five hours or more per week, and who is not a temporary or seasonal employee.

(7) "Post-certification remedy" means the recapture, disallowance, recovery, reduction, repayment, forfeiture, decertification or any other remedy that would have the effect of reducing or otherwise limiting the use of a tax credit provided by this section.

(8) "Production expenses or costs" means all expenditures clearly and demonstrably incurred in the state in the development, preproduction, production or postproduction costs of a digital animation production activity, including:

(A) Expenditures for optioning or purchase of any intellectual property including, but not limited to, books, scripts, music or trademarks relating to the development or purchase of a script, screenplay or format, to the extent that such expenditures are less than thirty-five per cent of the production expenses or costs incurred by a digital animation production company in any income year. Such expenses or costs shall include all expenditures generally associated with the optioning or purchase of intellectual property, including option money, agent fees and attorney fees relating to the transaction, but shall not include any and all deferrals, deferments, profit participation or recourse or nonrecourse loans which the digital animation production company may negotiate in order to obtain the rights to the intellectual property;

(B) Expenditures incurred in the form of either compensation or purchases including production work, production equipment not eligible for the infrastructure tax credit provided in section 12-217kk, as amended by this act, production software, postproduction work, postproduction equipment, postproduction software, set design, set construction, props, lighting, wardrobe, makeup, makeup accessories, special effects, visual effects, audio effects, actors, voice talent, film processing, music, sound mixing, editing, location fees, soundstages, rent, utilities, insurance, administrative support, systems support, all reasonably-related expenses in connection with digital animation production activity, and any and all other costs or services directly incurred in the state in connection with a state-certified digital animation production company;

(C) Expenditures for distribution, including preproduction, production or postproduction costs relating to the creation of trailers, marketing videos, short films, commercials, point-of-purchase videos and any and all content created on film or digital media, including the duplication of films, videos, CDs, DVDs and any and all digital files now in existence and those yet to be created for mass consumer consumption; the purchase, by a company in the state, of any and all equipment relating to the duplication or mass market distribution of any content created or produced in the state by any digital media format which is now in use and those formats yet to be created for mass consumer consumption; and

(D) "Production expenses or costs" does not include the following: (i) Compensation in excess of fifteen million dollars paid to any individual or entity representing an individual, for services provided in a digital animation production activity and, on or after January 1, 2009, compensation in excess of twenty million dollars paid in the aggregate to any individuals or entities representing individuals, for star talent provided in a digital animation production activity; (ii) media buys, promotional events or gifts or public relations associated with the promotion or marketing of any digital animation production activity; (iii) deferred, leveraged or profit participation costs relating to any and all personnel associated with any and all aspects of the production, including, but not limited to, producer fees, director fees, talent fees and writer fees; (iv) costs relating to the transfer of the digital animation tax credits; [and] (v) any amounts paid to persons or businesses as a result of their participation in profits from the exploitation of the digital animation production activity; and (vi) any expenses or costs relating to an independent certification, as required by subsection (c) of this section, or as the department may otherwise require, pertaining to the amount of production expenses or costs set forth by a state-certified digital animation company in its application for a digital animation tax credit.

(b) (1) The [Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism] Department of Economic and Community Development shall administer a system of tax credit vouchers within the resources, requirements and purposes of this section for digital animation production companies undertaking digital animation production activity in the state. For income years commencing on or after January 1, 2007, any state-certified digital animation production company incurring production expenses or costs in excess of fifty thousand dollars shall be eligible for a credit against the tax imposed under chapter 207 or this chapter, equal to thirty per cent of such production expenses or costs, and for income years commencing on or after January 1, 2009, any state-certified digital animation production company incurring production expenses or costs in excess of one million dollars shall be eligible for a credit against the tax imposed under chapter 207 or this chapter, equal to thirty per cent of such production expenses or costs.

(2) Any credit allowed pursuant to this section may be sold, assigned or otherwise transferred, in whole or in part, to one or more taxpayers, provided no credit, after issuance, may be sold, assigned or otherwise transferred, in whole or in part, more than three times.

(3) Any credit allowed pursuant to this section shall be claimed against the tax imposed under chapter 207 or this chapter, for the income year in which the production expenses or costs were incurred, and may be carried forward for the three immediately succeeding income years. Any digital animation tax credit allowed under this section shall be nonrefundable.

(4) Any digital animation production company receiving a digital animation tax credit pursuant to this section shall not be eligible to apply for or receive a tax credit pursuant to section 12-217jj, as amended by this act.

(c) Not more frequently than twice during the income year of a state-certified digital animation production company, such company may apply to the [commission] department for a digital animation tax credit voucher, and shall provide with such application such information and independent certification as the [commission] department may require pertaining to the amount of such company's production expenses or costs incurred during the period for which such application is made. Such independent certification shall be provided by an audit professional chosen from a list compiled by the department. If the [commission] department determines that the company is eligible to be issued a tax credit voucher, the [commission] department shall enter on the voucher the amount of production expenses and costs incurred during the period for which the voucher is issued and the amount of tax credits issued pursuant to such voucher. The [commission] department shall provide a copy of such voucher to the commissioner upon request.

(d) If a state-certified digital animation production company sells, assigns or otherwise transfers a credit under this section to another taxpayer, the transferor and transferee shall jointly submit written notification of such transfer to the [commission] department not later than thirty days after such transfer. If such transferee sells, assigns or otherwise transfers a credit under this section to a subsequent transferee, such transferee and such subsequent transferee shall jointly submit written notification of such transfer to the [commission] department not later than thirty days after such transfer. The notification after each transfer shall include the credit voucher number, the date of transfer, the amount of such credit transferred, the tax credit balance before and after the transfer, the tax identification numbers for both the transferor and the transferee, and any other information required by the [commission] department. Failure to comply with this subsection will result in a disallowance of the tax credit until there is full compliance on the part of the transferor and the transferee, and for a second or third transfer, on the part of all subsequent transferors and transferees. The [commission] department shall provide a copy of the notification of assignment to the commissioner upon request.

(e) Any state-certified digital animation production company that wilfully submits information to the [commission] department that it knows to be fraudulent or false shall, in addition to any other penalties provided by law, be liable for a penalty equal to the amount of such company's credit entered on the digital animation tax credit certificate issued under this section.

(f) The issuance by the [commission] department of a digital animation tax credit voucher with respect to an amount of tax credits stated thereon shall mean that none of such tax credits are subject to a post-certification remedy, and that the [commission] department and the commissioner shall have no right, except in the case of possible material misrepresentation or fraud, to conduct any further or additional review, examination or audit of the expenditures or costs for which such tax credits were issued. If at any time after the issuance of a tax credit voucher the [commission] department or the commissioner determines that there was a material misrepresentation or fraud on the part of a state-certified digital animation production company in connection with the submission of an expense report and the result of such material misrepresentation or fraud was that (1) a specific amount of tax credits was reflected on the tax credit voucher issued in response to such expense report that would not have otherwise been so reflected, and (2) such tax credits would otherwise be subject to a post-certification remedy, such tax credits shall not be subject to any post-certification remedy and the sole and exclusive remedy of the [commission] department and the commissioner shall be to seek collection of the amount of such tax credits from the digital animation production company that committed the fraud or misrepresentation, not from any transferee of the tax credits.

(g) The aggregate amount of all tax credits which may be reserved by the [commission] department pursuant to this section shall not exceed fifteen million dollars in any one fiscal year.

(h) The [commission] department, in consultation with the commissioner, shall adopt regulations, in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54, as may be necessary for the administration of this section.

Sec. 84. (NEW) (Effective from passage) (a) With respect to digital media and motion picture activities, the Department of Economic and Community Development, established under chapter 578 of the general statutes, shall have the following powers and duties:

(1) To promote the use of Connecticut locations, structures, facilities and services for the production and postproduction of all digital media and motion pictures and other media-related products;

(2) To provide support services to visiting and in-state production companies, including assistance to digital media and motion picture producers in securing permits from state agencies, authorities or institutions or municipalities or other political subdivisions of the state;

(3) To develop and update a resource library concerning the many possible state sites which are suitable for production;

(4) To develop and update a production manual of available digital media and motion picture production facilities and services in the state;

(5) To conduct and attend trade shows and production workshops to promote Connecticut locations and facilities;

(6) To prepare an explanatory guide showing the impact of relevant state and municipal tax statutes, regulations and administrative opinions on typical production activities and to implement the tax credits provided for in section 12-217jj of the general statutes, as amended by this act;

(7) To formulate and propose guidelines for state agencies for a "one stop permitting" process for matters, including, but not limited to, the use of state roads and highways, the use of state-owned real or personal property for production activities and the conduct of regulated activities, and to hold workshops to assist state agencies in implementing such process;

(8) To formulate and recommend to municipalities model local ordinances and forms to assist production activities, including, but not limited to, "one stop permitting" of digital media and motion picture and other production activity to be conducted in a municipality, and to hold workshops to assist municipalities in implementing such ordinances;

(9) To accept any funds, gifts, donations, bequests or grants of funds from private and public sources for the purposes of this section;

(10) To request and obtain from any state agency, authority or institution or any municipality or other political subdivision of the state such assistance and data as will enable the department to carry out the purposes of this section;

(11) To assist and promote cooperation among all segments of management and labor that are engaged in digital media and motion pictures; and

(12) To take any other administrative action which may improve the position of the state's digital media and motion picture production industries in national and international markets.

(b) On or before January 1, 2010, and annually thereafter, the Department of Economic and Community Development shall submit to the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to commerce and finance, revenue and bonding, in accordance with section 11-4a of the general statutes, a report on the activities of the department under this section and the estimated direct and indirect economic impact of all digital media, motion pictures and related production activity in the state, during the preceding calendar year. Each such report shall include, but not be limited to, an analysis of the use of the film production tax credit established under section 12-217jj of the general statutes, as amended by this act, the entertainment industry infrastructure tax credit established under section 12-217kk of the general statutes, as amended by this act, and the digital animation production tax credit established under section 12-217ll of the general statutes, as amended by this act, and shall include a description of each production or project for which a tax credit has been issued, the amount of any such tax credit and the total amount of production expenses or costs incurred in the state by the taxpayer who was issued such a tax credit.

Sec. 85. (NEW) (Effective from passage) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, each state agency, department or institution issuing a request for proposals for any digital media, motion picture or related production activity shall, at the time of such issuance, transmit a copy of such request for proposals to the Department of Economic and Community Development. Said department shall notify the executive head of each state agency of the requirements of this section.

Sec. 86. Subsection (b) of section 12-219 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009, and applicable to income years commencing on or after January 1, 2009):

(b) (1) With respect to income years commencing on or after January 1, 1989, and prior to January 1, 1992, the additional tax imposed on any company and calculated in accordance with subsection (a) of this section shall, for each such income year, except when the tax so calculated is equal to two hundred fifty dollars, be increased by adding thereto an amount equal to twenty per cent of the additional tax so calculated for such income year, without reduction of the additional tax so calculated by the amount of any credit against such tax. The increased amount of tax payable by any company under this section, as determined in accordance with this subsection, shall become due and be paid, collected and enforced as provided in this chapter.

(2) With respect to income years commencing on or after January 1, 1992, and prior to January 1, 1993, the additional tax imposed on any company and calculated in accordance with subsection (a) of this section shall, for each such income year, except when the tax so calculated is equal to two hundred fifty dollars, be increased by adding thereto an amount equal to ten per cent of the additional tax so calculated for such income year, without reduction of the tax so calculated by the amount of any credit against such tax. The increased amount of tax payable by any company under this section, as determined in accordance with this subsection, shall become due and be paid, collected and enforced as provided in this chapter.

(3) With respect to income years commencing on or after January 1, 2003, and prior to January 1, 2004, the additional tax imposed on any company and calculated in accordance with subsection (a) of this section shall, for each such income year, be increased by adding thereto an amount equal to twenty per cent of the additional tax so calculated for such income year, without reduction of the tax so calculated by the amount of any credit against such tax. The increased amount of tax payable by any company under this section, as determined in accordance with this subsection, shall become due and be paid, collected and enforced as provided in this chapter.

(4) With respect to income years commencing on or after January 1, 2004, and prior to January 1, 2005, the additional tax imposed on any company and calculated in accordance with subsection (a) of this section shall, for each such income year, be increased by adding thereto an amount equal to twenty-five per cent of the additional tax so calculated for such income year, without reduction of the tax so calculated by the amount of any credit against such tax, except that any company that pays the minimum tax of two hundred fifty dollars under this section or section 12-223c for such income year shall not be subject to such additional tax. The increased amount of tax payable by any company under this subdivision, as determined in accordance with this subsection, shall become due and be paid, collected and enforced as provided in this chapter.

(5) With respect to income years commencing on or after January 1, 2006, and prior to January 1, 2007, the additional tax imposed on any company and calculated in accordance with subsection (a) of this section shall, for each such income year, except when the tax so calculated is equal to two hundred fifty dollars, be increased by adding thereto an amount equal to twenty per cent of the additional tax so calculated for such income year, without reduction of the tax so calculated by the amount of any credit against such tax. The increased amount of tax payable by any company under this section, as determined in accordance with this subsection, shall become due and be paid, collected and enforced as provided in this chapter.

(6) With respect to income years commencing on or after January 1, 2009, and prior to January 1, 2012, the additional tax imposed on any company and calculated in accordance with subsection (a) of this section shall, for each such income year, except when the tax so calculated is equal to two hundred fifty dollars, be increased by adding thereto an amount equal to twenty-five per cent of the additional tax so calculated for such income year, without reduction of the tax so calculated by the amount of any credit against such tax. The increased amount of tax payable by any company under this section, as determined in accordance with this subsection, shall become due and be paid, collected and enforced as provided in this chapter.

Sec. 87. Section 12-223f of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009):

Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 12-223a to 12-223e, inclusive, the tax due in relation to any corporations which have filed a combined return for any income year with other corporations for the tax imposed under this chapter in accordance with section 12-223a shall be determined as follows: (1) The tax which would be due from each such corporation if it were filing separately under this chapter shall be determined, and the total for all corporations included in the combined return shall be added together; (2) the tax which would be jointly due from all corporations included in the combined return in accordance with the provisions of said sections 12-223a to 12-223e, inclusive, shall be determined; and (3) the total determined pursuant to subdivision (2) of this section shall be subtracted from the amount determined pursuant to subdivision (1) of this section. The resulting amount, in an amount not to exceed [two hundred fifty thousand] four hundred thousand dollars, shall be added to the amount determined to be due pursuant to said sections 12-223a to 12-223e, inclusive, and shall be due and payable as a part of the tax imposed pursuant to this chapter.

Sec. 88. Section 12-296 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009, and applicable to sales occurring on or after July 1, 2009):

A tax is imposed on all cigarettes held in this state by any person for sale, said tax to be at the rate of one hundred thirty-seven and one-half mills for each cigarette and the payment thereof shall be for the account of the purchaser or consumer of such cigarettes and shall be evidenced by the affixing of stamps to the packages containing the cigarettes as provided in this chapter.

Sec. 89. Section 12-316 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009, and applicable to sales occurring on or after July 1, 2009):

A tax is hereby imposed at the rate of one hundred thirty-seven and one-half mills for each cigarette upon the storage or use within this state of any unstamped cigarettes in the possession of any person other than a licensed distributor or dealer, or a carrier for transit from without this state to a licensed distributor or dealer within this state. Any person, including distributors, dealers, carriers, warehousemen and consumers, last having possession of unstamped cigarettes in this state shall be liable for the tax on such cigarettes if such cigarettes are unaccounted for in transit, storage or otherwise, and in such event a presumption shall exist for the purpose of taxation that such cigarettes were used and consumed in Connecticut.

Sec. 90. (Effective from passage) (a) An excise tax is hereby imposed upon each distributor and each dealer, as each are defined in section 12-285 of the general statutes and licensed pursuant to chapter 214 of the general statutes, in the amount of thirty-seven and one-half mills per cigarette, as defined in said section 12-285, in such distributor's or such dealer's inventory as of the close of business on June 30, 2009, or, if the business closes after eleven fifty-nine o'clock p. m. on such date, at eleven fifty-nine o'clock p. m. on such date.

(b) Each such licensed distributor or dealer shall, not later than August 15, 2009, file with the Commissioner of Revenue Services, on forms prescribed by said commissioner, a report that shows the number of cigarettes in inventory as of the close of business on June 30, 2009, or, if the business closes after eleven fifty-nine o'clock p. m. on such date, at eleven fifty-nine o'clock p. m. on such date, upon which inventory the tax under subsection (a) of this section shall be imposed. The tax shall be due and payable on the due date of such report. If any distributor or dealer required to file a report pursuant to this section fails to file such report on or before August 15, 2009, the commissioner shall make an estimate of the number of cigarettes in such distributor's or dealer's inventory as of the close of business on June 30, 2009, based upon any information that is in the commissioner's possession or that may come into the commissioner's possession. The provisions of chapter 214 of the general statutes pertaining to failure to file returns, examination of returns by the commissioner, the issuance of deficiency assessments or assessments where no return has been filed, the collection of tax, the imposition of penalties and the accrual of interest shall apply to the distributors and dealers required to pay the tax imposed under this section. Failure of any distributor or dealer to file such report when due shall be sufficient reason to revoke such distributor's or dealer's license under the provisions of said chapter 214 and to revoke any other state license or permit held by such distributor or dealer.

Sec. 91. Section 12-330c of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009, and applicable to sales occurring on or after July 1, 2009):

(a) (1) A tax is imposed on all untaxed tobacco products held in this state by any person. Except as otherwise provided in subdivision (2) of this subsection with respect to the rate of tax on snuff tobacco products, the tax shall be imposed at the rate of [twenty] twenty-seven and one-half per cent of the wholesale sales price of such products.

(2) The tax shall be imposed on snuff tobacco products, on the net weight as listed by the manufacturer, as follows: [Forty] Fifty-five cents per ounce of snuff and a proportionate tax at the like rate on all fractional parts of an ounce of snuff.

(b) Said tax shall be imposed on the distributor or the unclassified importer at the time the tobacco product is manufactured, purchased, imported, received or acquired in this state.

(c) Said tax shall not be imposed on any tobacco products which (1) are exported from the state, or (2) are not subject to taxation by this state pursuant to any laws of the United States.

Sec. 92. (Effective from passage) (a) An excise tax is hereby imposed upon each distributor or unclassified importer liable for payment of the tax imposed pursuant to section 12-330c of the general statutes, as amended by this act, (1) in the amount of seven and one-half per cent of the wholesale sales price on all untaxed tobacco products, as defined in section 12-330a of the general statutes, in such distributor or unclassified importer's inventory as of the close of business on June 30, 2009, or, if the business closes after eleven fifty-nine p. m. on such date, at eleven fifty-nine p. m. on such date, and (2) in the amount of fifteen cents per ounce of snuff tobacco products, as defined in section 12-330a of the general statutes, and a proportionate tax at the like rate on all fractional parts of an ounce of such snuff tobacco products, in such distributor or unclassified importer's inventory as of the close of business on June 30, 2009, or, if the business closes after eleven fifty-nine p. m. on such date, at eleven fifty-nine p. m. on such date.

(b) Each distributor or unclassified importer shall, not later than August 15, 2009, file with the Commissioner of Revenue Services, on forms prescribed by said commissioner, a report that shows the amount of untaxed tobacco products and snuff tobacco products in inventory as of the close of business on June 30, 2009, or, if the business closes after eleven fifty-nine p. m. on such date, at eleven fifty-nine p. m. on such date, upon which inventory the tax under subsection (a) of this section shall be imposed. The tax shall be due and payable on the due date of such report. If any distributor or unclassified importer required to file a report pursuant to this section fails to file such report on or before August 15, 2009, the commissioner shall make an estimate of the amount of untaxed tobacco products and snuff tobacco products in such distributor or unclassified importer's inventory as of the close of business on June 30, 2009, based upon any information that is in the commissioner's possession or that may come into the commissioner's possession. The provisions of chapter 214a of the general statutes pertaining to failure to file returns, examination of returns by the commissioner, the issuance of deficiency assessments or assessments where no return has been filed, the collection of tax, the imposition of penalties and the accrual of interest shall apply to the distributors and unclassified importers required to pay the tax imposed under this section. Failure of any distributor or unclassified importer to file such report when due shall be sufficient reason to revoke such distributor's or unclassified importer's license under the provisions of said chapter 214a and to revoke any other state license or permit held by such distributor or unclassified importer.

Sec. 93. (NEW) (Effective July 1, 2009, and applicable to estates of decedents who die on or after January 1, 2009) With respect to estates of decedents who die on or after January 1, 2009, and on or before December 31, 2011, any estate subject to the tax imposed in accordance with section 12-391 of the general statutes shall pay an additional tax in an amount equal to thirty per cent of the tax calculated under said section 12-391 for such estate. The additional amount of tax determined under this subsection shall constitute a part of the tax imposed by the provisions of said section 12-391 and shall become due and be paid, collected and enforced as provided in chapter 217 of the general statutes.

Sec. 94. (NEW) (Effective July 1, 2009) The Commissioner of Revenue Services shall revise the personal income tax return form to include in such form a statement of the rate of the use tax imposed pursuant to section 12-411 of the general statutes, and a table listing the amount of tax due that corresponds to the amount spent.

Sec. 95. Subsection (a) of section 12-700 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009, and applicable to taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 2009):

(a) There is hereby imposed on the Connecticut taxable income of each resident of this state a tax:

(1) At the rate of four and one-half per cent of such Connecticut taxable income for taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 1992, and prior to January 1, 1996.

(2) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 1996, but prior to January 1, 1997, in accordance with the following schedule:

(A) For any person who files a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as an unmarried individual or as a married individual filing separately:

 

Connecticut Taxable Income

Rate of Tax

 

    Not over $ 2,250

    3. 0%

 

    Over $ 2,250

    $ 67. 50, plus 4. 5% of the

   

    excess over $ 2,250

(B) For any person who files a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as a head of household, as defined in Section 2(b) of the Internal Revenue Code:

 

Connecticut Taxable Income

Rate of Tax

 

    Not over $ 3,500

    3. 0%

 

    Over $ 3,500

    $ 105. 00, plus 4. 5% of the

   

    excess over $ 3,500

(C) For any husband and wife who file a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as married individuals filing jointly or a person who files a return under the federal income tax as a surviving spouse, as defined in Section 2(a) of the Internal Revenue Code:

 

Connecticut Taxable Income

Rate of Tax

 

    Not over $ 4,500

    3. 0%

 

    Over $ 4,500

    $ 135. 00, plus 4. 5% of the

   

    excess over $ 4,500

(D) For trusts or estates, the rate of tax shall be 4. 5% of their Connecticut taxable income.

(3) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 1997, but prior to January 1, 1998, in accordance with the following schedule:

(A) For any person who files a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as an unmarried individual or as a married individual filing separately:

 

Connecticut Taxable Income

Rate of Tax

 

    Not over $ 6,250

    3. 0%

 

    Over $ 6,250

    $ 187. 50, plus 4. 5% of the

   

    excess over $ 6,250

(B) For any person who files a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as a head of household, as defined in Section 2(b) of the Internal Revenue Code:

 

Connecticut Taxable Income

Rate of Tax

 

    Not over $ 10,000

    3. 0%

 

    Over $ 10,000

    $ 300. 00, plus 4. 5% of the

   

    excess over $ 10,000

(C) For any husband and wife who file a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as married individuals filing jointly or any person who files a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as a surviving spouse, as defined in Section 2(a) of the Internal Revenue Code:

 

Connecticut Taxable Income

Rate of Tax

 

    Not over $ 12,500

    3. 0%

 

    Over $ 12,500

    $ 375. 00, plus 4. 5% of the

   

    excess over $ 12,500

(D) For trusts or estates, the rate of tax shall be 4. 5% of their Connecticut taxable income.

(4) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 1998, but prior to January 1, 1999, in accordance with the following schedule:

(A) For any person who files a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as an unmarried individual or as a married individual filing separately:

 

Connecticut Taxable Income

Rate of Tax

 

    Not over $ 7,500

    3. 0%

 

    Over $ 7,500

    $ 225. 00, plus 4. 5% of the

   

    excess over $ 7,500

(B) For any person who files a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as a head of household, as defined in Section 2(b) of the Internal Revenue Code:

 

Connecticut Taxable Income

Rate of Tax

 

    Not over $ 12,000

    3. 0%

 

    Over $ 12,000

    $ 360. 00, plus 4. 5% of the

   

    excess over $ 12,000

(C) For any husband and wife who file a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as married individuals filing jointly or any person who files a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as a surviving spouse, as defined in Section 2(a) of the Internal Revenue Code:

 

Connecticut Taxable Income

Rate of Tax

 

    Not over $ 15,000

    3. 0%

 

    Over $ 15,000

    $ 450. 00, plus 4. 5% of the

   

    excess over $ 15,000

(D) For trusts or estates, the rate of tax shall be 4. 5% of their Connecticut taxable income.

(5) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 1999, but prior to January 1, 2003, in accordance with the following schedule:

(A) For any person who files a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as an unmarried individual or as a married individual filing separately:

 

Connecticut Taxable Income

Rate of Tax

 

    Not over $ 10,000

    3. 0%

 

    Over $ 10,000

    $ 300. 00, plus 4. 5% of the

   

    excess over $ 10,000

(B) For any person who files a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as a head of household, as defined in Section 2(b) of the Internal Revenue Code:

 

Connecticut Taxable Income

Rate of Tax

 

    Not over $ 16,000

    3. 0%

 

    Over $ 16,000

    $ 480. 00, plus 4. 5% of the

   

    excess over $ 16,000

(C) For any husband and wife who file a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as married individuals filing jointly or any person who files a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as a surviving spouse, as defined in Section 2(a) of the Internal Revenue Code:

 

Connecticut Taxable Income

Rate of Tax

 

    Not over $ 20,000

    3. 0%

 

    Over $ 20,000

    $ 600. 00, plus 4. 5% of the

   

    excess over $ 20,000

(D) For trusts or estates, the rate of tax shall be 4. 5% of their Connecticut taxable income.

(6) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 2003, but prior to January 1, 2009, in accordance with the following schedule:

(A) For any person who files a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as an unmarried individual or as a married individual filing separately:

 

Connecticut Taxable Income

Rate of Tax

 

    Not over $ 10,000

    3. 0%

 

    Over $ 10,000

    $ 300. 00, plus 5. 0% of the

   

    excess over $ 10,000

(B) For any person who files a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as a head of household, as defined in Section 2(b) of the Internal Revenue Code:

 

Connecticut Taxable Income

Rate of Tax

 

    Not over $ 16,000

    3. 0%

 

    Over $ 16,000

    $ 480. 00, plus 5. 0% of the

   

    excess over $ 16,000

(C) For any husband and wife who file a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as married individuals filing jointly or any person who files a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as a surviving spouse, as defined in Section 2(a) of the Internal Revenue Code:

 

Connecticut Taxable Income

Rate of Tax

 

    Not over $ 20,000

    3. 0%

 

    Over $ 20,000

    $ 600. 00, plus 5. 0% of the

   

    excess over $ 20,000

(D) For trusts or estates, the rate of tax shall be 5. 0% of the Connecticut taxable income.

(7) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 2009, in accordance with the following schedule:

(A) For any person who files a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as an unmarried individual:

 

Connecticut Taxable Income

Rate of Tax

 

    Not over $10,000

    3.0%

 

    Over $10,000 but not

    $300.00, plus 5.0% of the

 

    over $265,000

    excess over $10,000

 

    Over $265,000 but not

    $13,050, plus 6.0% of the excess

 

    over $318,000

    over $265,000

 

    Over $318,000 but not

    $16,230, plus 6.5% of the excess

 

    over $397,500

    over $318,000

 

    Over $397,500

    $21,398, plus 7.5% of the

   

    excess over $397,500

(B) For any person who files a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as a head of household, as defined in Section 2(b) of the Internal Revenue Code:

 

Connecticut Taxable Income

Rate of Tax

 

    Not over $16,000

    3.0%

 

    Over $16,000 but not

    $480.00, plus 5.0% of the

 

    over $400,000

    excess over $16,000

 

    Over $400,000 but not

    $19,680, plus 6.0% of the excess

 

    over $480,000

    over $400,000

 

    Over $480,000 but not

    $24,480, plus 6.5% of the excess

 

    over $600,000

    over $480,000

 

    Over $600,000

    $32,280, plus 7.5% of the

   

    excess over $600,000

(C) For any husband and wife who file a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as married individuals filing jointly or any person who files a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as a surviving spouse, as defined in Section 2(a) of the Internal Revenue Code:

 

Connecticut Taxable Income

Rate of Tax

 

    Not over $20,000

    3.0%

 

    Over $20,000 but not

    $600.00, plus 5.0% of the

 

    over $500,000

    excess over $20,000

 

    Over $500,000 but not

    $24,600, plus 6.0% of the excess

 

    over $600,000

    over $500,000

 

    Over $600,000 but not

    $30,600, plus 6.5% of the excess

 

over $750,000

    over $600,000

 

    Over $750,000

    $40,350, plus 7.5% of the excess

   

    over $750,000

(D) For any person who files a return under the federal income tax for such taxable year as a married individual filing separately:

 

Connecticut Taxable Income

Rate of Tax

 

    Not over $10,000

    3.0%

 

    Over $10,000 but not

    $300.00, plus 5.0% of the

 

    over $250,000

    excess over $10,000

 

    Over $250,000 but not

    $12,300, plus 6.0% of the excess

 

    over $300,000

    over $250,000

 

    Over $300,000 but not

    $15,300, plus 6.5% of the excess

 

    over $375,000

    over $300,000

 

    Over $375,000

    $20,175, plus 7.5% of the excess

   

    over $375,000

(E) For trusts or estates, the rate of tax shall be 7.5% of the Connecticut taxable income.

[(7)] (8) The provisions of this subsection shall apply to resident trusts and estates and, wherever reference is made in this subsection to residents of this state, such reference shall be construed to include resident trusts and estates, provided any reference to a resident's Connecticut adjusted gross income derived from sources without this state or to a resident's Connecticut adjusted gross income shall be construed, in the case of a resident trust or estate, to mean the resident trust or estate's Connecticut taxable income derived from sources without this state and the resident trust or estate's Connecticut taxable income, respectively.

Sec. 96. Subparagraph (A) of subdivision (20) of section 12-701 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009, and applicable to taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 2009):

(A) There shall be added thereto (i) to the extent not properly includable in gross income for federal income tax purposes, any interest income from obligations issued by or on behalf of any state, political subdivision thereof, or public instrumentality, state or local authority, district or similar public entity, exclusive of such income from obligations issued by or on behalf of the state of Connecticut, any political subdivision thereof, or public instrumentality, state or local authority, district or similar public entity created under the laws of the state of Connecticut and exclusive of any such income with respect to which taxation by any state is prohibited by federal law, (ii) any exempt-interest dividends, as defined in Section 852(b)(5) of the Internal Revenue Code, exclusive of such exempt-interest dividends derived from obligations issued by or on behalf of the state of Connecticut, any political subdivision thereof, or public instrumentality, state or local authority, district or similar public entity created under the laws of the state of Connecticut and exclusive of such exempt-interest dividends derived from obligations, the income with respect to which taxation by any state is prohibited by federal law, (iii) any interest or dividend income on obligations or securities of any authority, commission or instrumentality of the United States which federal law exempts from federal income tax but does not exempt from state income taxes, (iv) to the extent included in gross income for federal income tax purposes for the taxable year, the total taxable amount of a lump sum distribution for the taxable year deductible from such gross income in calculating federal adjusted gross income, (v) to the extent properly includable in determining the net gain or loss from the sale or other disposition of capital assets for federal income tax purposes, any loss from the sale or exchange of obligations issued by or on behalf of the state of Connecticut, any political subdivision thereof, or public instrumentality, state or local authority, district or similar public entity created under the laws of the state of Connecticut, in the income year such loss was recognized, (vi) to the extent deductible in determining federal adjusted gross income, any income taxes imposed by this state, (vii) to the extent deductible in determining federal adjusted gross income, any interest on indebtedness incurred or continued to purchase or carry obligations or securities the interest on which is exempt from tax under this chapter, (viii) expenses paid or incurred during the taxable year for the production or collection of income which is exempt from taxation under this chapter or the management, conservation or maintenance of property held for the production of such income, and the amortizable bond premium for the taxable year on any bond the interest on which is exempt from tax under this chapter to the extent that such expenses and premiums are deductible in determining federal adjusted gross income, [and] (ix) for property placed in service after September 10, 2001, but prior to September 11, 2004, in taxable years ending after September 10, 2001, any additional allowance for depreciation under subsection (k) of Section 168 of the Internal Revenue Code, as provided by Section 101 of the Job Creation and Worker Assistance Act of 2002, to the extent deductible in determining federal adjusted gross income, and (x) to the extent deductible in determining federal adjusted gross income, any amount excluded from gross income as a domestic production deduction pursuant to Section 199 of the Internal Revenue Code.

Sec. 97. Subsection (a) of section 12-702 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009, and applicable to taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 2009):

(a) (1) (A) Any person, other than a trust or estate, subject to the tax under this chapter for any taxable year who files under the federal income tax for such taxable year as a married individual filing separately or, for taxable years commencing prior to January 1, 2000, who files income tax for such taxable year as an unmarried individual shall be entitled to a personal exemption of twelve thousand dollars in determining Connecticut taxable income for purposes of this chapter.

(B) In the case of any such taxpayer whose Connecticut adjusted gross income for the taxable year exceeds twenty-four thousand dollars, the exemption amount shall be reduced by one thousand dollars for each one thousand dollars, or fraction thereof, by which the taxpayer's Connecticut adjusted gross income for the taxable year exceeds said amount. In no event shall the reduction exceed one hundred per cent of the exemption.

(2) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 2000, any person, other than a trust or estate, subject to the tax under this chapter for any taxable year who files under the federal income tax for such taxable year as an unmarried individual shall be entitled to a personal exemption in determining Connecticut taxable income for purposes of this chapter as follows:

(A) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 2000, but prior to January 1, 2001, twelve thousand two hundred fifty dollars. In the case of any such taxpayer whose Connecticut adjusted gross income for the taxable year exceeds twenty-four thousand five hundred dollars, the exemption amount shall be reduced by one thousand dollars for each one thousand dollars, or fraction thereof, by which the taxpayer's Connecticut adjusted gross income for the taxable year exceeds said amount. In no event shall the reduction exceed one hundred per cent of the exemption;

(B) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 2001, but prior to January 1, 2004, twelve thousand five hundred dollars. In the case of any such taxpayer whose Connecticut adjusted gross income for the taxable year exceeds twenty-five thousand dollars, the exemption amount shall be reduced by one thousand dollars for each one thousand dollars, or fraction thereof, by which the taxpayer's Connecticut adjusted gross income for the taxable year exceeds said amount. In no event shall the reduction exceed one hundred per cent of the exemption;

(C) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 2004, but prior to January 1, 2007, twelve thousand six hundred twenty-five dollars. In the case of any such taxpayer whose Connecticut adjusted gross income for the taxable year exceeds twenty-five thousand two hundred fifty dollars, the exemption amount shall be reduced by one thousand dollars for each one thousand dollars, or fraction thereof, by which the taxpayer's Connecticut adjusted gross income for the taxable year exceeds said amount. In no event shall the reduction exceed one hundred per cent of the exemption;

(D) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 2007, but prior to January 1, 2008, twelve thousand seven hundred fifty dollars. In the case of any such taxpayer whose Connecticut adjusted gross income for the taxable year exceeds twenty-five thousand five hundred dollars, the exemption amount shall be reduced by one thousand dollars for each one thousand dollars, or fraction thereof, by which the taxpayer's Connecticut adjusted gross income for the taxable year exceeds said amount. In no event shall the reduction exceed one hundred per cent of the exemption;

(E) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 2008, but prior to January 1, [2009] 2012, thirteen thousand dollars. In the case of any such taxpayer whose Connecticut adjusted gross income for the taxable year exceeds twenty-six thousand dollars, the exemption amount shall be reduced by one thousand dollars for each one thousand dollars, or fraction thereof, by which the taxpayer's Connecticut adjusted gross income for the taxable year exceeds said amount. In no event shall the reduction exceed one hundred per cent of the exemption;

(F) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, [2009] 2012, but prior to January 1, [2010] 2013, thirteen thousand five hundred dollars. In the case of any such taxpayer whose Connecticut adjusted gross income for the taxable year exceeds twenty-seven thousand dollars, the exemption amount shall be reduced by one thousand dollars for each one thousand dollars, or fraction thereof, by which the taxpayer's Connecticut adjusted gross income for the taxable year exceeds said amount. In no event shall the reduction exceed one hundred per cent of the exemption;

(G) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, [2010] 2013, but prior to January 1, [2011] 2014, fourteen thousand dollars. In the case of any such taxpayer whose Connecticut adjusted gross income for the taxable year exceeds twenty-eight thousand dollars, the exemption amount shall be reduced by one thousand dollars for each one thousand dollars, or fraction thereof, by which the taxpayer's Connecticut adjusted gross income for the taxable year exceeds said amount. In no event shall the reduction exceed one hundred per cent of the exemption;

(H) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, [2011] 2014, but prior to January 1, [2012] 2015, fourteen thousand five hundred dollars. In the case of any such taxpayer whose Connecticut adjusted gross income for the taxable year exceeds twenty-nine thousand dollars, the exemption amount shall be reduced by one thousand dollars for each one thousand dollars, or fraction thereof, by which the taxpayer's Connecticut adjusted gross income for the taxable year exceeds said amount. In no event shall the reduction exceed one hundred per cent of the exemption;

(I) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, [2012] 2015, fifteen thousand dollars. In the case of any such taxpayer whose Connecticut adjusted gross income for the taxable year exceeds thirty thousand dollars, the exemption amount shall be reduced by one thousand dollars for each one thousand dollars, or fraction thereof, by which the taxpayer's Connecticut adjusted gross income for the taxable year exceeds said amount. In no event shall the reduction exceed one hundred per cent of the exemption.

Sec. 98. Subsection (a) of section 12-703 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2009, and applicable to taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 2009):

(a) (1) Any person, other than a trust or estate, subject to the tax under this chapter for any taxable year who files under the federal income tax for such taxable year as a married individual filing separately or for taxable years commencing prior to January 1, 2000, who files under the federal income tax for such taxable year as an unmarried individual shall be entitled to a credit in determining the amount of tax liability for purposes of this chapter in accordance with the following schedule:

 

Connecticut

 
 

Adjusted Gross Income

Amount of Credit

 

    Over $ 12,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 15,000

75%

 

    Over $ 15,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 15,500

70%

 

    Over $ 15,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 16,000

65%

 

    Over $ 16,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 16,500

60%

 

    Over $ 16,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 17,000

55%

 

    Over $ 17,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 17,500

50%

 

    Over $ 17,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 18,000

45%

 

    Over $ 18,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 18,500

40%

 

    Over $ 18,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 20,000

35%

 

    Over $ 20,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 20,500

30%

 

    Over $ 20,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 21,000

25%

 

    Over $ 21,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 21,500

20%

 

    Over $ 21,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 25,000

15%

 

    Over $ 25,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 25,500

14%

 

    Over $ 25,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 26,000

13%

 

    Over $ 26,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 26,500

12%

 

    Over $ 26,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 27,000

11%

 

    Over $ 27,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 48,000

10%

 

    Over $ 48,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 48,500

9%

 

    Over $ 48,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 49,000

8%

 

    Over $ 49,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 49,500

7%

 

    Over $ 49,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 50,000

6%

 

    Over $ 50,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 50,500

5%

 

    Over $ 50,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 51,000

4%

 

    Over $ 51,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 51,500

3%

 

    Over $ 51,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 52,000

2%

 

    Over $ 52,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 52,500

1%

(2) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 2000, any person, other than a trust or estate, subject to the tax under this chapter for any taxable year who files under the federal income tax for such taxable year as an unmarried individual shall be entitled to a credit in determining the amount of tax liability for purposes of this chapter in accordance with the following schedule:

(A) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 2000, but prior to January 1, 2001:

 

Connecticut

 
 

Adjusted Gross Income

Amount of Credit

 

    Over $ 12,250 but

 
 

    not over $ 15,300

75%

 

    Over $ 15,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 15,800

70%

 

    Over $ 15,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 16,300

65%

 

    Over $ 16,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 16,800

60%

 

    Over $ 16,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 17,300

55%

 

    Over $ 17,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 17,800

50%

 

    Over $ 17,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 18,300

45%

 

    Over $ 18,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 18,800

40%

 

    Over $ 18,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 20,400

35%

 

    Over $ 20,400 but

 
 

    not over $ 20,900

30%

 

    Over $ 20,900 but

 
 

    not over $ 21,400

25%

 

    Over $ 21,400 but

 
 

    not over $ 21,900

20%

 

    Over $ 21,900 but

 
 

    not over $ 25,500

15%

 

    Over $ 25,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 26,000

14%

 

    Over $ 26,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 26,500

13%

 

    Over $ 26,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 27,000

12%

 

    Over $ 27,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 27,500

11%

 

    Over $ 27,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 49,000

10%

 

    Over $ 49,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 49,500

9%

 

    Over $ 49,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 50,000

8%

 

    Over $ 50,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 50,500

7%

 

    Over $ 50,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 51,000

6%

 

    Over $ 51,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 51,500

5%

 

    Over $ 51,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 52,000

4%

 

    Over $ 52,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 52,500

3%

 

    Over $ 52,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 53,000

2%

 

    Over $ 53,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 53,500

1%

(B) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 2001, but prior to January 1, 2004:

 

Connecticut

 
 

Adjusted Gross Income

Amount of Credit

 

    Over $ 12,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 15,600

75%

 

    Over $ 15,600 but

 
 

    not over $ 16,100

70%

 

    Over $ 16,100 but

 
 

    not over $ 16,600

65%

 

    Over $ 16,600 but

 
 

    not over $ 17,100

60%

 

    Over $ 17,100 but

 
 

    not over $ 17,600

55%

 

    Over $ 17,600 but

 
 

    not over $ 18,100

50%

 

    Over $ 18,100 but

 
 

    not over $ 18,600

45%

 

    Over $ 18,600 but

 
 

    not over $ 19,100

40%

 

    Over $ 19,100 but

 
 

    not over $ 20,800

35%

 

    Over $ 20,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 21,300

30%

 

    Over $ 21,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 21,800

25%

 

    Over $ 21,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 22,300

20%

 

    Over $ 22,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 26,000

15%

 

    Over $ 26,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 26,500

14%

 

    Over $ 26,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 27,000

13%

 

    Over $ 27,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 27,500

12%

 

    Over $ 27,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 28,000

11%

 

    Over $ 28,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 50,000

10%

 

    Over $ 50,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 50,500

9%

 

    Over $ 50,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 51,000

8%

 

    Over $ 51,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 51,500

7%

 

    Over $ 51,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 52,000

6%

 

    Over $ 52,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 52,500

5%

 

    Over $ 52,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 53,000

4%

 

    Over $ 53,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 53,500

3%

 

    Over $ 53,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 54,000

2%

 

    Over $ 54,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 54,500

1%

(C) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 2004, but prior to January 1, 2007:

 

Connecticut

 
 

Adjusted Gross Income

Amount of Credit

 

    Over $ 12,625 but

 
 

    not over $ 15,750

75%

 

    Over $ 15,750 but

 
 

    not over $ 16,250

70%

 

    Over $ 16,250 but

 
 

    not over $ 16,750

65%

 

    Over $ 16,750 but

 
 

    not over $ 17,250

60%

 

    Over $ 17,250 but

 
 

    not over $ 17,750

55%

 

    Over $ 17,750 but

 
 

    not over $ 18,250

50%

 

    Over $ 18,250 but

 
 

    not over $ 18,750

45%

 

    Over $ 18,750 but

 
 

    not over $ 19,250

40%

 

    Over $ 19,250 but

 
 

    not over $ 21,050

35%

 

    Over $ 21,050 but

 
 

    not over $ 21,550

30%

 

    Over $ 21,550 but

 
 

    not over $ 22,050

25%

 

    Over $ 22,050 but

 
 

    not over $ 22,550

20%

 

    Over $ 22,550 but

 
 

    not over $ 26,300

15%

 

    Over $ 26,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 26,800

14%

 

    Over $ 26,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 27,300

13%

 

    Over $ 27,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 27,800

12%

 

    Over $ 27,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 28,300

11%

 

    Over $ 28,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 50,500

10%

 

    Over $ 50,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 51,000

9%

 

    Over $ 51,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 51,500

8%

 

    Over $ 51,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 52,000

7%

 

    Over $ 52,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 52,500

6%

 

    Over $ 52,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 53,000

5%

 

    Over $ 53,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 53,500

4%

 

    Over $ 53,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 54,000

3%

 

    Over $ 54,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 54,500

2%

 

    Over $ 54,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 55,000

1%

(D) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 2007, but prior to January 1, 2008:

 

Connecticut

 
 

Adjusted Gross Income

Amount of Credit

 

    Over $ 12,750 but

 
 

    not over $ 15,900

75%

 

    Over $ 15,900 but

 
 

    not over $ 16,400

70%

 

    Over $ 16,400 but

 
 

    not over $ 16,900

65%

 

    Over $ 16,900 but

 
 

    not over $ 17,400

60%

 

    Over $ 17,400 but

 
 

    not over $ 17,900

55%

 

    Over $ 17,900 but

 
 

    not over $ 18,400

50%

 

    Over $ 18,400 but

 
 

    not over $ 18,900

45%

 

    Over $ 18,900 but

 
 

    not over $ 19,400

40%

 

    Over $ 19,400 but

 
 

    not over $ 21,300

35%

 

    Over $ 21,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 21,800

30%

 

    Over $ 21,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 22,300

25%

 

    Over $ 22,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 22,800

20%

 

    Over $ 22,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 26,600

15%

 

    Over $ 26,600 but

 
 

    not over $ 27,100

14%

 

    Over $ 27,100 but

 
 

    not over $ 27,600

13%

 

    Over $ 27,600 but

 
 

    not over $ 28,100

12%

 

    Over $ 28,100 but

 
 

    not over $ 28,600

11%

 

    Over $ 28,600 but

 
 

    not over $ 51,000

10%

 

    Over $ 51,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 51,500

9%

 

    Over $ 51,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 52,000

8%

 

    Over $ 52,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 52,500

7%

 

    Over $ 52,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 53,000

6%

 

    Over $ 53,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 53,500

5%

 

    Over $ 53,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 54,000

4%

 

    Over $ 54,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 54,500

3%

 

    Over $ 54,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 55,000

2%

 

    Over $ 55,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 55,500

1%

(E) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, 2008, but prior to January 1, [2009] 2012:

 

Connecticut

 
 

Adjusted Gross Income

Amount of Credit

 

    Over $ 13,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 16,300

75%

 

    Over $ 16,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 16,800

70%

 

    Over $ 16,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 17,300

65%

 

    Over $ 17,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 17,800

60%

 

    Over $ 17,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 18,300

55%

 

    Over $ 18,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 18,800

50%

 

    Over $ 18,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 19,300

45%

 

    Over $ 19,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 19,800

40%

 

    Over $ 19,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 21,700

35%

 

    Over $ 21,700 but

 
 

    not over $ 22,200

30%

 

    Over $ 22,200 but

 
 

    not over $ 22,700

25%

 

    Over $ 22,700 but

 
 

    not over $ 23,200

20%

 

    Over $ 23,200 but

 
 

    not over $ 27,100

15%

 

    Over $ 27,100 but

 
 

    not over $ 27,600

14%

 

    Over $ 27,600 but

 
 

    not over $ 28,100

13%

 

    Over $ 28,100 but

 
 

    not over $ 28,600

12%

 

    Over $ 28,600 but

 
 

    not over $ 29,100

11%

 

    Over $ 29,100 but

 
 

    not over $ 52,000

10%

 

    Over $ 52,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 52,500

9%

 

    Over $ 52,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 53,000

8%

 

    Over $ 53,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 53,500

7%

 

    Over $ 53,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 54,000

6%

 

    Over $ 54,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 54,500

5%

 

    Over $ 54,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 55,000

4%

 

    Over $ 55,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 55,500

3%

 

    Over $ 55,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 56,000

2%

 

    Over $ 56,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 56,500

1%

(F) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, [2009] 2012, but prior to January 1, [2010] 2013:

 

Connecticut

 
 

Adjusted Gross Income

Amount Of Credit

 

    Over $ 13,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 16,900

75%

 

    Over $ 16,900 but

 
 

    not over $ 17,400

70%

 

    Over $ 17,400 but

 
 

    not over $ 17,900

65%

 

    Over $ 17,900 but

 
 

    not over $ 18,400

60%

 

    Over $ 18,400 but

 
 

    not over $ 18,900

55%

 

    Over $ 18,900 but

 
 

    not over $ 19,400

50%

 

    Over $ 19,400 but

 
 

    not over $ 19,900

45%

 

    Over $ 19,900 but

 
 

    not over $ 20,400

40%

 

    Over $ 20,400 but

 
 

    not over $ 22,500

35%

 

    Over $ 22,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 23,000

30%

 

    Over $ 23,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 23,500

25%

 

    Over $ 23,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 24,000

20%

 

    Over $ 24,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 28,100

15%

 

    Over $ 28,100 but

 
 

    not over $ 28,600

14%

 

    Over $ 28,600 but

 
 

    not over $ 29,100

13%

 

    Over $ 29,100 but

 
 

    not over $ 29,600

12%

 

    Over $ 29,600 but

 
 

    not over $ 30,100

11%

 

    Over $ 30,100 but

 
 

    not over $ 54,000

10%

 

    Over $ 54,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 54,500

9%

 

    Over $ 54,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 55,000

8%

 

    Over $ 55,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 55,500

7%

 

    Over $ 55,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 56,000

6%

 

    Over $ 56,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 56,500

5%

 

    Over $ 56,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 57,000

4%

 

    Over $ 57,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 57,500

3%

 

    Over $ 57,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 58,000

2%

 

    Over $ 58,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 58,500

1%

(G) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, [2010] 2013, but prior to January 1, [2011] 2014:

 

Connecticut

 
 

Adjusted Gross Income

Amount of Credit

 

    Over $ 14,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 17,500

75%

 

    Over $ 17,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 18,000

70%

 

    Over $ 18,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 18,500

65%

 

    Over $ 18,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 19,000

60%

 

    Over $ 19,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 19,500

55%

 

    Over $ 19,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 20,000

50%

 

    Over $ 20,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 20,500

45%

 

    Over $ 20,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 21,000

40%

 

    Over $ 21,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 23,300

35%

 

    Over $ 23,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 23,800

30%

 

    Over $ 23,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 24,300

25%

 

    Over $ 24,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 24,800

20%

 

    Over $ 24,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 29,200

15%

 

    Over $ 29,200 but

 
 

    not over $ 29,700

14%

 

    Over $ 29,700 but

 
 

    not over $ 30,200

13%

 

    Over $ 30,200 but

 
 

    not over $ 30,700

12%

 

    Over $ 30,700 but

 
 

    not over $ 31,200

11%

 

    Over $ 31,200 but

 
 

    not over $ 56,000

10%

 

    Over $ 56,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 56,500

9%

 

    Over $ 56,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 57,000

8%

 

    Over $ 57,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 57,500

7%

 

    Over $ 57,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 58,000

6%

 

    Over $ 58,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 58,500

5%

 

    Over $ 58,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 59,000

4%

 

    Over $ 59,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 59,500

3%

 

    Over $ 59,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 60,000

2%

 

    Over $ 60,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 60,500

1%

(H) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, [2011] 2014, but prior to January 1, [2012] 2015:

 

Connecticut

 
 

Adjusted Gross Income

Amount of Credit

 

    Over $ 14,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 18,100

75%

 

    Over $ 18,100 but

 
 

    not over $ 18,600

70%

 

    Over $ 18,600 but

 
 

    not over $ 19,100

65%

 

    Over $ 19,100 but

 
 

    not over $ 19,600

60%

 

    Over $ 19,600 but

 
 

    not over $ 20,100

55%

 

    Over $ 20,100 but

 
 

    not over $ 20,600

50%

 

    Over $ 20,600 but

 
 

    not over $ 21,100

45%

 

    Over $ 21,100 but

 
 

    not over $ 21,600

40%

 

    Over $ 21,600 but

 
 

    not over $ 24,200

35%

 

    Over $ 24,200 but

 
 

    not over $ 24,700

30%

 

    Over $ 24,700 but

 
 

    not over $ 25,200

25%

 

    Over $ 25,200 but

 
 

    not over $ 25,700

20%

 

    Over $ 25,700 but

 
 

    not over $ 30,200

15%

 

    Over $ 30,200 but

 
 

    not over $ 30,700

14%

 

    Over $ 30,700 but

 
 

    not over $ 31,200

13%

 

    Over $ 31,200 but

 
 

    not over $ 31,700

12%

 

    Over $ 31,700 but

 
 

    not over $ 32,200

11%

 

    Over $ 32,200 but

 
 

    not over $ 58,000

10%

 

    Over $ 58,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 58,500

9%

 

    Over $ 58,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 59,000

8%

 

    Over $ 59,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 59,500

7%

 

    Over $ 59,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 60,000

6%

 

    Over $ 60,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 60,500

5%

 

    Over $ 60,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 61,000

4%

 

    Over $ 61,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 61,500

3%

 

    Over $ 61,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 62,000

2%

 

    Over $ 62,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 62,500

1%

(I) For taxable years commencing on or after January 1, [2012] 2015:

 

Connecticut

 
 

Adjusted Gross Income

Amount of Credit

 

    Over $ 15,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 18,800

75%

 

    Over $ 18,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 19,300

70%

 

    Over $ 19,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 19,800

65%

 

    Over $ 19,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 20,300

60%

 

    Over $ 20,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 20,800

55%

 

    Over $ 20,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 21,300

50%

 

    Over $ 21,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 21,800

45%

 

    Over $ 21,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 22,300

40%

 

    Over $ 22,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 25,000

35%

 

    Over $ 25,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 25,500

30%

 

    Over $ 25,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 26,000

25%

 

    Over $ 26,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 26,500

20%

 

    Over $ 26,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 31,300

15%

 

    Over $ 31,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 31,800

14%

 

    Over $ 31,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 32,300

13%

 

    Over $ 32,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 32,800

12%

 

    Over $ 32,800 but

 
 

    not over $ 33,300

11%

 

    Over $ 33,300 but

 
 

    not over $ 60,000

10%

 

    Over $ 60,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 60,500

9%

 

    Over $ 60,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 61,000

8%

 

    Over $ 61,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 61,500

7%

 

    Over $ 61,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 62,000

6%

 

    Over $ 62,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 62,500

5%

 

    Over $ 62,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 63,000

4%

 

    Over $ 63,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 63,500

3%

 

    Over $ 63,500 but

 
 

    not over $ 64,000

2%

 

    Over $ 64,000 but

 
 

    not over $ 64,500

1%

Sec. 99. (NEW) (Effective from passage) There shall be paid to the Commissioner of Revenue Services by any retailer of tires commonly used on any motor vehicle a tire fee of three dollars on the sale at retail of any such tire. Any person engaged in the sale of such tires shall register with the commissioner on forms prescribed by the commissioner. Each retailer of such tires subject to the tire fee as provided by this section shall submit a return quarterly to the commissioner, applicable with respect to the calendar quarter beginning July 1, 2009, and each calendar quarter thereafter, on or before the last day of the month immediately following the end of each such calendar quarter, on a form prescribed by the commissioner, together with payment of the quarterly fee determined and payable in accordance with the provisions of this section. Whenever such fee is not paid when due, a penalty of ten per cent of the amount due or fifty dollars, whichever is greater, shall be added to the amount due and such penalty shall immediately accrue, and thereafter such fee shall bear interest at the rate of one and one-fourth per cent per month or fraction thereof until the same is paid. The commissioner shall cause copies of a form prescribed for submitting returns as required under this section to be distributed throughout the state. Failure to receive such form shall not be construed to relieve anyone subject to the fee under this section from the obligations of submitting a return, together with payment of such fee within the time required. The provisions of sections 12-548 to 12-554, inclusive, and sections 12-555a and 12-555b of the general statutes shall apply to the provisions of this section in the same manner and with the same force and effect as if the language of said sections 12-548 to 12-554, inclusive, and sections 12-555a and 12-555b had been incorporated in full into this section and had expressly referred to the fee imposed under this section, except to the extent that any such provision is inconsistent with a provision of this section and except that the term "tax" shall be read as "tire fee". Any moneys received by the state pursuant to this section shall be deposited into the General Fund.

Sec. 100. (Effective July 1, 2009) The State Treasurer and the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management shall jointly develop a plan to sell assets of the state that will result in net proceeds of (1) up to ten million dollars to be used as general revenues for the state during the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2010, and (2) up to one hundred two million five hundred thousand dollars to be used as general revenues for the state during the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2011. Such plan shall be completed on or before February 3, 2010, and provided to the chairpersons of the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to appropriations and finance, revenue and bonding.

Sec. 101. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 4-30a of the general statutes, the State Treasurer shall, on July 1, 2009, transfer the sum of four hundred sixty-one million one hundred thousand dollars from the Budget Reserve Fund to the resources of the General Fund to be used as revenue for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 4-30a of the general statutes, the State Treasurer shall, on July 1, 2010, transfer the sum of nine hundred twenty million seven hundred thousand dollars from the Budget Reserve Fund to the resources of the General Fund to be used as revenue for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 102. (NEW) (Effective from passage) (a) For the purpose of funding the deficit in the General Fund arising from the operations of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009, as reported by the Comptroller to the Governor in accordance with section 3-115 of the general statutes, the Treasurer is authorized to issue notes of the state from time to time in an amount not to exceed the amount of such deficit, and to deposit the proceeds thereof in the General Fund. The Comptroller is hereby authorized and directed to certify to the Treasurer the estimated amount of such deficit and the amount so certified shall be conclusive evidence for the purpose of determining at the time of issuance the amount of notes which the Treasurer is authorized to issue pursuant to this section to fund the deficit. The Comptroller shall make such certification promptly upon passage of this section, and may base such certification on the most recent of the Comptroller's monthly reports on the fiscal condition of the state. When the actual amount of the accumulated deficit in the General Fund as of June 30, 2009, is known, the Comptroller is hereby authorized and directed to certify to the Treasurer such amount. In the event that the actual amount of the General Fund deficit is more than the amount initially estimated by the Comptroller, the Treasurer is authorized to issue additional notes of the state therefor and to deposit the proceeds thereof in the General Fund. The Treasurer is authorized to issue notes in an amount sufficient to refund any notes previously issued pursuant to this section. In addition to the notes authorized by this section to fund the deficit, including any refunding notes, the Treasurer is authorized to issue notes in such additional amounts as the Treasurer shall determine to pay the costs of issuance of any notes issued pursuant to this section and interest payable or accrued on such notes through June 30, 2011.

(b) Any notes issued pursuant to this section shall be designated economic recovery notes and shall be issued on or after the effective date of this section.

(c) All such notes shall be general obligations of the state and the full faith and credit of the state of Connecticut are pledged for the payment of the principal of and interest on such notes as the same shall become due, and accordingly and as part of the contract of the state with the holders of such notes, appropriation of all amounts necessary for punctual payment of such principal and interest is hereby made, and the Treasurer shall pay such principal and interest as the same become due. All such notes shall be sold at not less than par and accrued interest in such manner and on such terms as the Treasurer may determine is in the best interest of the state, and shall be signed in the name of the state and on its behalf by the Treasurer. All such notes shall mature before July 1, 2016, in such principal amounts and at such times, bear such date or dates, be payable at such place or places, bear interest at such rate or different or varying rates, payable at such time or times, be in such denominations, be in such form with or without interest coupons attached, carry such registration and transfer privileges, be payable in such medium of payment, be subject to such terms of redemption with or without premium and have such additional security, covenant or contract provisions, as appropriate or necessary to improve their marketability, as the Treasurer shall determine prior to their issuance. In connection with such notes, the Treasurer may enter into such paying agent agreements, indentures of trust, escrow agreements or other agreements, with such parties and with such provisions as the Treasurer determines are appropriate or necessary.

(d) The Treasurer may obtain from a commercial bank or insurance company authorized to do business within or without this state a letter of credit, line of credit or other liquidity facility or credit facility for the purpose of providing funds for the payments in respect of notes required by the holder thereof to be redeemed or repurchased prior to maturity or for providing additional security for such notes. In connection with any such liquidity facility or credit facility, the Treasurer may enter into any reimbursement agreements, remarketing agreements, standby purchase agreements or any other necessary or appropriate agreements on behalf of the state in connection with securing or insuring or remarketing such notes, on such terms and conditions as the Treasurer determines to be in the best interest of the state. The Treasurer is authorized to pledge the full faith and credit of the state to the state's payment obligations under any such agreement and the Treasurer is authorized to include such pledge in any such agreement as part of the contract with the provider of such liquidity facility or credit facility. The Treasurer shall apply any appropriation for the payment of such notes to such reimbursement repayment if such liquidity facility or credit facility is drawn upon. As part of the contract of the state with the other parties to any agreement entered into pursuant to this subsection for which the full faith and credit of the state is pledged to the state's payment obligations under such agreement, appropriation of all amounts necessary for the punctual payment of the obligations of the state under any such agreement is hereby made and the Treasurer shall pay such amounts as the same become due.

(e) In connection with or incidental to the carrying of such notes, or in connection with or incidental to the sale and issuance of such notes, the Treasurer may enter into such contracts as the Treasurer may determine to be necessary or appropriate to place the obligation of the state, as represented by the notes, in whole or in part, on such interest rate or cash flow basis as the Treasurer may determine, including without limitation, interest rate swap agreements, insurance agreements, forward payment conversion agreements, futures contracts, contracts providing for payments based on levels of, or changes in, interest rates or market indices, contracts to manage interest rate risk, including without limitation, interest rate floors or caps, options, puts, calls and similar arrangements. Such contracts shall contain such payment, security, default, remedy and other terms and conditions as the Treasurer may deem appropriate and shall be entered into with such party or parties as the Treasurer may select, after giving due consideration, where applicable, for the creditworthiness of the counter party or counter parties, including any rating by a nationally recognized rating agency, the impact on any rating on outstanding bonds or notes or any other criteria as the Treasurer may deem appropriate, provided the unsecured long-term obligations of the counter party is rated the same or higher than the underlying rating of the state on the applicable notes by at least one nationally recognized rating agency. The Treasurer is authorized to pledge the full faith and credit of the state to the state's payment obligations under any contract entered into pursuant to this subsection. As part of the contract of the state with the other parties to any agreement entered into pursuant to this subsection for which the full faith and credit of the state is pledged to the state's payment obligations under such agreement, appropriation of all amounts necessary for the punctual payment of the obligations of the state under any such agreement is hereby made and the Treasurer shall pay such amounts as the same become due.

(f) The Superior Court shall have jurisdiction to enter judgment against the state founded (1) upon any express contract between the state and the purchasers and subsequent owners and transferees of any economic recovery notes issued or contracted to be issued by the state, and (2) upon any agreement entered into pursuant to subsection (d) or (e) of this section. Any action brought under this subsection shall be brought in the superior court for the judicial district of Hartford. The jurisdiction conferred upon the Superior Court by this subsection includes any set-off, claim or demand whatever on the part of the state against any plaintiff commencing an action under this subsection. Such action shall be tried to the court without a jury. All legal defenses, except governmental immunity, shall be reserved to the state. Any action brought under this subsection shall be privileged in respect to assignment for trial upon motion of either party.

(g) Any expense incurred in connection with the issuance or renewal of the economic recovery notes shall be paid from the accrued interest and premiums on such notes from the proceeds of the sale of such notes or otherwise from the General Fund. The Treasurer may make representations and agreements for the benefit of the holders of any such notes which are necessary or appropriate to ensure the inclusion or exclusion of interest on such notes of the state from taxation under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 or any subsequent corresponding internal revenue code of the United States, as from time to time amended, including agreements to pay rebates to the federal government of investment earnings derived from the investment of the proceeds of notes. The Treasurer may make representations and agreements for the benefit of the holders of such notes on behalf of the state to provide secondary market disclosure information. Any such agreement may include: (1) Covenants to provide secondary market disclosure information, (2) arrangements for such information to be provided with the assistance of a paying agent, trustee or other agent, and (3) remedies for breach of such agreement, which remedies may be limited to specific performance. The state shall protect and save harmless any official or former official of the state from financial loss and expense, including legal fees and costs, if any, arising out of any claim, demand, suit or judgment by reason of alleged negligence on the part of such official, while acting in the discharge of his or her official duties, in providing secondary market disclosure information or performing any other duties set forth in any agreement to provide secondary market disclosure information. Nothing in this section shall be construed to preclude the defense of governmental immunity to any such claim, demand or suit. For purposes of this subsection "official" means any person elected or appointed to office or any state employee. This indemnity provision shall not apply to cases of willful and wanton fraud.

(h) All such notes, their transfer and the income therefrom, including any profit on the sale or transfer thereof, shall at all times be exempt from all taxation by the state or under its authority, except for estate or succession taxes, but the interest on such notes shall be included in the computation of any excise or franchise tax. Such notes are hereby made and declared to be (1) legal investments for savings banks and trustees unless otherwise provided in the instrument creating the trust, (2) securities in which all public officers and bodies, all insurance companies and associations and persons carrying on an insurance business, all banks, bankers, trust companies, savings banks and savings associations, including savings and loan associations, building and loan associations, investment companies and persons carrying on a banking or investment business, all administrators, guardians, executors, trustees and other fiduciaries and all persons whatsoever who are or may be authorized to invest in notes of the state, may properly and legally invest funds, including capital in their control or belonging to them, and (3) securities which may be deposited with and shall be received by all public officers and bodies for any purpose for which the deposit of notes of the state is or may be authorized.

(i) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, for the purpose of determining at any time or times the position of the General Fund as of June 30, 2010, the Comptroller is authorized and directed to give effect to and to show the funding of the General Fund deficit as of June 30, 2009, as certified and provided for in this section in an amount equal to the principal amount of the notes issued and deposited in the General Fund, provided the notes authorized in this section have been so issued prior to such time or times of determination, it being hereby declared to be the intent and purpose of this section to provide for the General Fund deficit as of June 30, 2009, by the funding thereof through the issuance of such notes.

Sec. 103. Subsection (a) of section 3-21 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) No bonds, notes or other evidences of indebtedness for borrowed money payable from General Fund tax receipts of the state shall be authorized by the General Assembly or issued except such as shall not cause the aggregate amount of the total amount of bonds, notes or other evidences of indebtedness payable from General Fund tax receipts authorized by the General Assembly but which have not been issued and the total amount of such indebtedness which has been issued and remains outstanding to exceed one and six-tenths times the total General Fund tax receipts of the state for the fiscal year in which any such authorization will become effective or in which such indebtedness is issued, as estimated for such fiscal year by the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of finance, revenue and bonding in accordance with section 2-35. In computing such aggregate amount of indebtedness at any time, there shall be excluded or deducted, as the case may be, (1) the principal amount of all such obligations as may be certified by the Treasurer (A) as issued in anticipation of revenues to be received by the state during the period of twelve calendar months next following their issuance and to be paid by application of such revenue, or (B) as having been refunded or replaced by other indebtedness the proceeds and projected earnings on which or other funds are held in escrow to pay and are sufficient to pay the principal, interest and any redemption premium until maturity or earlier planned redemption of such indebtedness, or (C) as issued and outstanding in anticipation of particular bonds then unissued but fully authorized to be issued in the manner provided by law for such authorization, provided, as long as any of such obligations are outstanding, the entire principal amount of such particular bonds thus authorized shall be deemed to be outstanding and be included in such aggregate amount of indebtedness, or (D) as payable solely from revenues of particular public improvements, (2) the amount which may be certified by the Treasurer as the aggregate value of cash and securities in debt retirement funds of the state to be used to meet principal of outstanding obligations included in such aggregate amount of indebtedness, (3) every such amount as may be certified by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management as the estimated payments on account of the costs of any public work or improvement thereafter to be received by the state from the United States or agencies thereof and to be used, in conformity with applicable federal law, to meet principal of obligations included in such aggregate amount of indebtedness, (4) all authorized and issued indebtedness to fund any budget deficits of the state for any fiscal year ending on or before June 30, 1991, (5) all authorized indebtedness to fund the program created pursuant to section 32-285, (6) all authorized and issued indebtedness to fund any budget deficits of the state for any fiscal year ending on or before June 30, 2002, (7) all indebtedness authorized and issued pursuant to section 1 of public act 03-1 of the September 8 special session*, (8) all authorized indebtedness issued pursuant to section 3-62h, [and] (9) any indebtedness represented by any agreement entered into pursuant to subsection (b) or (c) of section 3-20a as certified by the Treasurer, provided the indebtedness in connection with which such agreements were entered into shall be included in such aggregate amount of indebtedness, and (10) all indebtedness authorized and issued pursuant to section 102 of this act. In computing the amount of outstanding indebtedness, only the accreted value of any capital appreciation obligation or any zero coupon obligation which has accreted and been added to the stated initial value of such obligation as of the date of any computation shall be included.

Sec. 104. (Effective July 1, 2009) The appropriations in section 1 of this act are supported by revenue estimates as follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE – GENERAL FUND

 

Taxes

2009-2010

 
 

Personal Income

$ 7,019,000,000

 

Sales & Use

3,410,500,000

 

Corporation

765,000,000

 

Public Service Corporations

265,200,000

 

Inheritance & Estate

220,500,000

 

Insurance Companies

190,000,000

 

Cigarette & Tobacco

409,500,000

 

Real Estate Conveyance

86,700,000

 

Oil Companies

97,900,000

 

Alcoholic Beverages

48,100,000

 

Admissions, Dues and Cabaret

35,700,000

 

Miscellaneous

146,000,000

 

Total Taxes

12,694,100,000

     
 

Refunds of Taxes

(1,100,000,000)

 

R & D Credit Exchange

(10,500,000)

 

Net General Fund Taxes

11,583,600,000

 
     
 

Other Revenue

 
 

Transfers – Special Revenue

288,600,000

 

Indian Gaming Payments

380,000,000

 

Licenses, Permits, Fees

397,100,000

 

Sales of Commodities & Services

33,000,000

 

Rents, Fines & Escheats

97,200,000

 

Investment Income

10,000,000

 

Miscellaneous

158,000,000

 

Refunds of Payments

(600,000)

 

Net Total Other Revenue

1,363,300,000

 
     
 

Other Sources

 
 

Federal Grants

4,069,700,000

 

Transfer to the Resources of the General Fund

461,100,000

 

Transfer from Tobacco Settlement Fund

112,800,000

 

Transfer to Other Funds

(61,800,000)

 

Total Other Sources

4,581,800,000

 
     
 

Total General Fund Revenue

17,528,700,000

Sec. 105. (Effective July 1, 2009) The appropriations in section 2 of this act are supported by revenue estimates as follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE – MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT AND MOHEGAN FUND

   

2009-2010

 

Transfers from General Fund

$ 61,800,000

 

Total Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan Fund

61,800,000

Sec. 106. (Effective July 1, 2009) The appropriations in section 3 of this act are supported by revenue estimates as follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE – CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION FUND

   

2009-2010

 

Fines and Investment Income

$ 3,200,000

 

Use of Fund Balance

300,000

 

Total Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund

3,500,000

Sec. 107. (Effective July 1, 2009) The appropriations in section 4 of this act are supported by revenue estimates as follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE – GENERAL FUND

 

Taxes

2010-2011

 
 

Personal Income

$ 6,788,000,000

 

Sales & Use

3,515,500,000

 

Corporation

720,000,000

 

Public Service Corporations

270,500,000

 

Inheritance & Estate

229,000,000

 

Insurance Companies

203,800,000

 

Cigarette & Tobacco

395,800,000

 

Real Estate Conveyance

95,400,000

 

Oil Companies

74,500,000

 

Alcoholic Beverages

48,600,000

 

Admissions, Dues and Cabaret

36,400,000

 

Miscellaneous

147,000,000

 

Total Taxes

12,524,500,000

     
 

Refunds of Taxes

(1,044,300,000)

 

R & D Credit Exchange

(11,500,000)

 

Net General Fund Taxes

11,468,700,000

 
     
 

Other Revenue

 
 

Transfers – Special Revenue

290,600,000

 

Indian Gaming Payments

387,600,000

 

Licenses, Permits, Fees

351,900,000

 

Sales of Commodities & Services

34,400,000

 

Rents, Fines & Escheats

104,100,000

 

Investment Income

10,000,000

 

Miscellaneous

252,500,000

 

Refunds of Payments

(600,000)

 

Net Total Other Revenue

1,430,500,000

 
     
 

Other Sources

 
 

Federal Grants

3,842,100,000

 

Transfer to the Resources of the General Fund

1,255,700,000

 

Transfer from Tobacco Settlement Fund

113,200,000

 

Transfer to Other Funds

(61,800,000)

 

Total Other Sources

5,149,200,000

 
     
 

Total General Fund Revenue

18,048,400,000

Sec. 108. (Effective July 1, 2009) The appropriations in section 5 of this act are supported by revenue estimates as follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE – MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT AND MOHEGAN FUND

   

2010-2011

 

Transfers from General Fund

$ 61,800,000

 

Total Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan Fund

61,800,000

Sec. 109. (Effective July 1, 2009) The appropriations in section 6 of this act are supported by revenue estimates as follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE – CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION FUND

   

2010-2011

 
 

Fines and Investment Income

$ 3,200,000

 

Use of Fund Balance

500,000

 

Total Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund

3,700,000

Sec. 110. Sections 10-417 and 10-418 of the general statutes are repealed. (Effective from passage)

Vetoed July 1, 2009