FY 2017-18 AND FY 2018-19 SUPPLEMENTALS                                                   S.B. 601:

                                                                                            SUMMARY AS ENROLLED

                                                                                                                            

 

                                                                                                                            

 

 

 

 

Senate Bill 601 (as enrolled)

Sponsor:  Senator Dave Hildenbrand

Committee:  Appropriations

 

Date Completed: 12-21-18

 

CONTENT

 

The bill would provide supplemental appropriations for fiscal year (FY) 2017-18 and FY 2018-19 for various State budget areas. The bill proposes FY 2017-18 Gross appropriations of $121.1 million and General Fund/General Purpose (GF/GP) appropriations of a negative $181,000, primarily to reflect additional Federal and State Restricted funds to retroactively implement revised nursing home incentive payment methodology. The bill also proposes FY 2018-19 Gross appropriations of $1.3 billion, including $409.6 million of Federal revenue, $7.0 million of private revenue, $0.2 million of local revenue, $460.6 million of State Restricted revenue, and $379.6 million GF/GP. Table 1 summarizes the appropriations in the bill.

 

Table 1

 

Budget Area

 

Gross

 

Federal

Local/

Private

State Restricted

 

GF/GP

FY 2017-18

Health & Human Services

$119,276,000

 

$71,292,000

 

$0

 

$50,000,0000

($2,016,000)

State Police

1,835,000

0

0

0

1,835,000

     TOTAL FY 2017-18

$121,111,000

$71,292,000

$0

$50,000,000

($181,000)

 

 

 

 

 

 

FY 2018-19

Ag & Rural Dev.

$2,250,000

 

$0

 

$0

 

$0

$2,250,000

Attorney General

378,800

378,800

0

0

0

Capital Outlay

15,000,900

0

0

0

15,000,900

Corrections

2,000,000

0

0

0

2,000,000

Education

5,319,900

0

0

0

5,319,900

Environ. Quality

53,800,000

0

0

69,000,000

(15,200,000)

Health & Human Services

647,225,300

405,615,100

2,000,000

259,908,100

(20,297,900)

Legislature

28,400,000

0

0

0

28,400,000

Licensing & Reg. Affairs

8,950,000

0

200,000

0

8,750,000

Military & Vets Affairs

7,075,000

0

0

0

7,075,000

Natural Resources

45,988,100

3,608,100

5,000,000

9,220,000

28,160,000

State

400,000

0

0

400,000

0

State Police

34,126,000

0

0

0

34,126,000

Talent & Econ. Dev.

147,450,500

0

0

0

147,450,500

Tech, Manage., & Budget

86,335,000

0

0

8,080,000

78,255,000

Transportation

170,790,900

0

0

114,000,000

56,790,900

Treasury-Operations

1,500,000

0

0

0

1,500,000

     TOTAL FY 2018-19

$1,256,990,400

$409,602,000

$7,200,000

$460,608,100

$379,580,300

 

FISCAL IMPACT

 

The bill includes FY 2017-18 Gross appropriations of $121,111,000: $125.0 million (Federal and State Restricted revenue) in the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to implement a revised nursing home incentive payment methodology that would reduce GF/GP expenditures by $12.0 million, a Gross reduction of $5.7 million in DHHS to remove funding for the direct primary care program, and $1.835 million Gross and GF/GP to pay for attorney fees negotiated in legal settlement agreements for the Department of State Police.


The bill would also provide FY 2018-19 Gross appropriations of $1.3 billion and GF/GP appropriations of $379.6 million. Included in these proposed appropriations are $114.0 million of State restricted Michigan Transportation Fund and State Trunkline Fund revenue (this would require a statute change) for State and local road and bridge construction projects. The bill also includes a boilerplate appropriation depositing $100.0 million into the State's Budget Stabilization Fund. Table 2 summarizes the details of the appropriations in this bill.

 

FY 2018-19 BOILERPLATE LANGUAGE SECTIONS-PART 2

 

Sec. 201. General. Records amount of total State spending and payments to local units of government.

 

Sec. 202. General. Subjects appropriations and expenditures in the article to the provisions of the Management and Budget Act.

 

Sec. 203. General - Budget Stabilization Fund. Appropriates $100.0 million GF/GP for deposit into the Fund.

 

Sec. 301. Agriculture and Rural Development - County Fairs, Shows, and Expositions. Establishes parameters and requires reporting for this grant program.

 

Sec. 302. Agriculture and Rural Development - Agriculture Development. Allocates $150,000 for regulatory activities under the industrial hemp act.

 

Sec. 303. Agriculture and Rural Development - Ag Industry Research and Development. Allocates $550,000 for upgrades to mobile fruit and vegetable processing.

 

Sec. 304. Agriculture and Rural Development - Dairy Industry Assistance Program. Requires establishment of a grant program for Grade A milk producers to reimburse eligible producers up to 9 cents per hundredweight of milk produced.

 

Sec. 351. Capital Outlay - College and University Projects. States that the projects are for a public purpose; authorizes the lease and conveyance of the properties to the State Building Authority; and states legislative intent to annually appropriate sufficient amounts to pay the rent.

 

Sec. 352. Capital Outlay - Wayne State University STEM Project. Increases authorization by $9.5 million to a new total cost of $49.5 million.

 

Sec. 353. Capital Outlay - North Central Michigan College Classroom Renovation. Increases authorization by $0.6 million to a new total cost of $7.4 million, and changes scope of the project.

 

Sec. 354. Capital Outlay - Grand Rapids/Detroit Veterans Homes Project. Increases authorization by $29.3 million to a new total cost of $137.4 million.

 

Sec. 355. Capital Outlay - Western Michigan University College of Aviation. States that the appropriation in Part 1 is in lieu of State Building Authority financing.

 

Sec. 356. Capital Outlay - Heritage Hall. Increases authorization by $40.0 million to a new total cost of $110.0 million.

 

Sec. 375. Department of Education - Adolescent and School Health. Appropriates $319,900 to replace unrealized Federal funds.

 

Sec. 402. Environmental Quality - Drinking Water Infrastructure and Mapping. Designates the $8.7 million GF/GP appropriation in Part 1 as a work project.

 

Sec. 403. Environmental Quality - Drinking Water Systems Grants. Requires awards for contaminant remediation efforts or connection to alternate system; caps awards at $2.0 million with a 20% local match (unless waived by the Water Asset Management Council).

 

Sec. 404. Environmental Quality - Inland Lake Aquatic Plant Species Control and Eradication Fund. Requires the Department to allocate $1.0 million in accordance with enrolled Senate Bill 1136 of the 99th Legislature.

 

Sec. 451. Health and Human Services - Campus Sexual Assault Prevention and Education. Moves current language for this initiative from the Department of State Police budget, adds high schools as eligible for funding, and designates the $1,321,700 appropriation in Part 1 as a work project.

 

Sec. 452. Health and Human Services - Homeless Programs. Requires the Department to increase the emergency shelter rates by $2.00 per bed night to $18.00 per bed night to support efforts to move people into permanent housing as quickly as possible.

 

Sec. 453. Health and Human Services - Sexual Assault Comprehensive Services Grant. Allocates $10.0 million to the Michigan Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention and Treatment Board for sexual assault victim services, to be distributed through a competitive grant process.

 

Sec. 454. Health and Human Services - CPS Reforms. Requires a report describing the progress of implementing the reforms developed by the CPS Operation Excellence Team and details of how funds have been spent.

 

Sec. 455. Health and Human Services - Strong Families/Safe Children. Requires the Department to allocate $2.8 million GF/GP to replace unrealized Federal funds.

 

Sec. 456. Health and Human Services - Behavioral Health Administration. Requires the Department to allocate $3.0 million GF/GP to contract for the development, operation, and maintenance of a Michigan community, access, resources, education, and safety hotline pilot program; establishes parameters for the contract; and requires the Department to work with the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs to leverage existing resources.

 

Sec. 457. Health and Human Services - Community Substance Use Disorder Prevention. Requires the Department to allocate $0.5 million for a specialized emergent peer recovery coach services pilot project administered by St. Mary's Hospital in Livonia.

 

Sec. 458. Health and Human Services - Autism Services Pilot Project. Allocates $466,000 to a statewide autism organization to implement a pilot in three counties or Community Mental Health Services Programs to provide fidelity reviews and secondary approvals of Medicaid autism diagnostic and therapy recommendations.

 

Sec. 459. Health and Human Services - Autism Train the Trainer Grant. Directs that the additional $45,000 for the Walled Lake Consolidated School District autism train the trainer grant be allocated the same way that autism train the trainer funding in the original DHHS budget is being allocated.

 

Sec. 460. Health and Human Services - Caro Center. Requires private contract to manage staff and maintain staff-to-patient ratios.

 

Sec. 461. Health and Human Services - Nurse Family Partnership. Allocates $225,000 to the Nurse Family Partnership Program in Kent County and $100,000 to the Nurse Family Partnership Program in Ingham County.

 

Sec. 462. Health and Human Services - Beaumont Hospital Adult Psychiatric Residency Training Initiative. Directs that $3.0 million GF/GP plus associated Federal Medicaid match be used to support a new psychiatric residency training program.

 

Sec. 463. Health and Human Services - Poison Control Funding. Increases poison control hotline funding by $580,000 and transfers responsibility for the hotline from the Detroit Medical Center to the Wayne State University School of Medicine.

 

Sec. 464. Health and Human Services - Nursing Home Capital Costs. Directs the Department to request a Medicaid State Plan Amendment by July 1, 2019 to update the capital cost component of nursing facility reimbursement to use a rolling 15-year history of new construction and limits annual increases in the asset value bed limit to 4.0% of the previous year's limit.

 

Sec. 465. Health and Human Services - Rural and Sole Hospital and OB/GYN Pools. Allocates additional $3.0 million in funding for these two pools:  $1.8 million is allocated to the rural and sole hospital pool and $1.2 million is allocated to the OB/GYN pool.

 

Sec. 466. Health and Human Services - Census-Related Services Funding. Includes language directing that the $500,000 GF/GP appropriated for census-related services be allocated on a 4 to 1 private to State match, with each $1.00 of State funding having to be matched by $4.00 of Private funding before being allocated.  State funding is capped at $500,000.  The funding would be used to prepare for citizen participation in the 2020 Federal decennial census to ensure the most accurate count of citizens.

 

Sec. 467. Health and Human Services - Reports on Estimated Overexpenditures. Requires the Department to report each month, beginning February 1, 2019, on any non-caseload lines for which the Department estimates total annual expenditures would exceed appropriations by 5.0% or more.  The Department would have to provide a detailed explanation for the excess costs and identify corrective actions to mitigate the overage. 

 

Sec. 468. Health and Human Services - Information Technology Expenditures. Requires the Department to report each month, beginning February 1, 2019, on information technology (IT) spending by service and project and line item appropriation, planned IT spending for the remainder of the year, and total fiscal year to date IT spending.  Also requires the Department, in conjunction with the Department of Technology, Management, and Budget, to provide a 5-year strategic plan for IT services in the Department by April 30, 2019.  The 5-year plan would include any projected changes in Federal match funding for IT projects.

 

Sec. 501. Insurance and Financial Services - State Innovation Waiver. Requires the Department to complete a study led by an actuarial firm capable of supporting the State's pursuit of an innovation waiver under the Federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and requires the Department to allocate $400,000 for this study.

 

Sec. 551. Legislature - Senate Parking Structure Acquisition. Allocates $18.0 million for the purchase of a parking structure.

 

Sec. 601. Licensing and Regulatory Affairs - Voter Initiated Law 2018-1. Allocates $5.0 million GF/GP for the implementation of the recreational marihuana law, requires the Department to report on implementation costs, and requires the GF/GP funds to be repaid from proceeds collected under the law.

 

Sec. 651. Natural Resources - Buffalo Reef. Designates the $3.0 million appropriation in Part 1 as a work project.

 

Sec. 652. Natural Resources - Dam Management Grant Program. Designates the $8.0 million appropriation in Part 1 as a work project.

 

Sec. 653. Natural Resources - Leland Good Harbor Reef. Designates the $500,000 appropriation in Part 1 as a work project.

 

Sec. 654. Natural Resources - Michigan Infrastructure Fund. Requires an $8.0 million GF/GP deposit to the Fund.

 

Sec. 655. Natural Resources - River Dredging. Allocates $2.0 million for a dredging project on the Grand River pursuant to a dredging feasibility study completed on May 3, 2017, by the Department of Technology, Management, and Budget; states the purpose of the project; and designates the $2.0 million appropriation in Part 1 as a work project.

 

Sec. 656. Natural Resources - Pheasant Hunting Initiative. Requires the Department to distribute the $260,000 appropriated in Part 1 to a Michigan-based, nonprofit organization for the purchase of pheasants to release on state game lands; states the purpose of the initiative; and designates any unexpended money as a work project.

 

Sec. 701. State Police - School Safety Grant Program. Outlines the parameters for the $25.0 million program, requires reporting on the program, and designates the appropriation as a work project.

 

Sec. 751. Talent and Economic Development - Going Pro Talent Fund. Requires the Department to deposit the $29,388,800 appropriation in Part 1 into the restricted Fund created under Public Act 260 of 2018.

 

Sec. 752. Talent and Economic Development - Talent Investment Agency. Requires the Talent Investment Agency to report on Going Pro and the Going Pro Talent Fund, by March 15.

 

Sec. 753. Talent and Economic Development - Talent Investment Agency. Requires the Talent Investment Agency to report on certain activities of Career Technology, Going Pro, and the Going Pro Talent Fund, by March 15 and September 30.

 

Sec. 754. Talent and Economic Development - Talent Investment Agency. Conditions receipt of funds for Going Pro and the Going Pro Talent Fund, on certain administrative criteria and goals; and allows up to $5.0 million to be used as match for Federal funds.

 

Sec. 755. Talent and Economic Development - Going Pro. Requires $1.5 million of Going Pro funds to be allocated for a program to assist adults over the age of 23 in obtaining high school diplomas and placement in career training, and establishes parameters for the program.

 

Sec. 756. Talent and Economic Development - Workforce Development Programs. Allocates the $2.0 million appropriation in Part 1 to support the Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP), and requires expenditures to be consistent with previous GEAR UP appropriations.

 

Sec. 757. Talent and Economic Development - Northern Michigan Tourism and Sports Fund. Creates this Fund and requires the $10.0 million appropriated in Part 1 to be deposited into the Fund; requires unspent money to remain in the Fund at the close of the fiscal year; and requires funds be expended only for the Great Lakes Sports Commission for development and promotion of sports-related tourism and recreation in northern Michigan.

 

Sec. 758. Talent and Economic Development - Michigan Enhancement Grants. Requires the Department to develop a grant form for the grants with specific criteria and requires all grant funds to be disbursed by January 31, 2019.

 

Sec. 759. Talent and Economic Development - Michigan Enhancement Grants. Allocates the $115,450,500 appropriated in Part 1 as follows: (1) Gogebic Community College, $2.0 million; (2) Rochester Hills Park, $200,000; (3) Michigan Research Institute, $750,000; (4) Chaldean Community Foundation, $500,000; (5) Macomb Co. Retention Basin, $3.0 million; (6) War Memorial Hospital, $1.3 million; (7) Leelanau County Discovery Pier, $2.0 million; (8) Oscoda Water Line PFAs, $580,000; (9) Michilimackinac Historical Cultural Center, $1.0 million; (10) McLaren Petoskey, $1.0 million; (11) Primary Care Clinic, $200,000; (12) MiHIN, $1.5 million; (13) TART Trails, $162,000; (14) St. Clair CC: STEM Children's Museum, $400,000; (15) Home Confinement Inc., $500,000; (16) SW Michigan First Talent Strategy, $466,000; (17) MEDC Large Special Event's Fund, $1.5 million; (18) Stottlemeyer Park, $150,000; (19) Detroit PAL, $50,000; (20) Owosso Armory, $327,500; (21) John Ball Zoo, Grand Rapids, $1.0 million; (22) Holy Cross, $1.2 million; (23) EMU IT Hacker Program, $1.0 million; (24) Mid-Michigan College, $2.5 million; (25) Monroe Public Health, $100,000; (26) Catholic charities addiction treatment, $100,000; (27) PGA Detroit Economic Growth Association, $2.0 million; (28) Traverse City School District Audit, $700,000; (29) Willow Run, $2.5 million; (30) Salem Township, $10.0 million; (31) Families Against Narcotics, $75,000; (32) Jobs for MI Grads, $1.0 million; (33) Dairy Plant - Kroger, $2.0 million; (34) Henry Ford Kingswood IT, $500,000; (35) St. Jude Iraq, $200,000; (36) Flint Development Center: virtual library, $50,000; (37) City of Lansing Road Improvements, $3.3 million; (38) Bridge Rehab Bagley Street, $2.7 million; (39) Road Detour Manistee, $300,000; (40) St. Clair Co. Rd Commission, $200,000; (41) American Center For Mobility Tech Park, $10.0 million; (42) Muskegon Industrial Park, $4.0 million; (43) Inkster Park Band Shell, $150,000; (44) Grand Traverse Civic Center Amphitheater, $147,000; (45) Muskegon Lake cleanup, $5.0 million; (46) Impression 5 Science Center, $100,000; (47) Dearborn Heights Fire Department, $300,000; (48) Buffalo Soldiers Stable and Fence upgrade - Detroit, $150,000; (49) GR Public Schools T2C Studio, $300,000; (50) Grand Rapids Children's Museum STEAM lab, $1.5 million; (51) Kids' Food Basket, $350,000; (52) Grand Rapids JA Free Enterprise Center, $250,000; (53) Lowell Showboat, $1.3 million; (54) Gerald R. Ford Airport Improvements, $5.0 million; (55) West Michigan Amphitheater, $5.0 million; (56) Protect and Grow program, $500,000; (57) South Haven American Legion, $85,000; (58) Van Buren County School Safety Grant, $500,000; (59) Midland/Gladwin county dam project, $5.0 million; (60) Spring Lake/Grand Haven wastewater, $2.5 million; (61) Grand Haven pavilion, $1.5 million; (62) Sloan Museum, $500,000; (63) Paving of White Pine Trail, $3.0 million; (64) McDevitt Ave from US-127 to Francis Street in Jackson, $3.7 million; (65) Mental Health and Substance Abuse Pilot (Hope Network), $3.75 million; (66) Flint Schools HVAC Repairs, $208,000; (67) Food Forward FARM incubator, $2.0 million; (68) Sherman Blvd Investment attraction/safe neighbor, $3.0 million; (69) Restore the Rapids (Grand Rapids), $2.0 million; (70) Beaver Island Ferry, $1.0 million; (71) Mackinac Island road improvement, $500,000; (72) Escanaba River environmental project, $936,000; (73) Sheldon House renovations, $214,000; (74) Traverse City DDA Civic Square, $2.0 million.

 

Sec. 801. Technology, Management, and Budget - Information Technology Investment Fund. Allocates the $5.0 million appropriation in Part 1 to support the modernization of the MDARD legacy systems.

 

Sec. 802. Technology, Management, and Budget - Public Safety Communications System. Replaces enacted language (Sec. 827 in the FY 2018-19 annual appropriation act) to allow unexpended subscriber access and maintenance fee revenue to carry forward into FY 2019-20.

Sec. 803. Technology, Management, and Budget - Regional Prosperity Grants. Replaces enacted language (Sec. 822f in the FY 2018-19 annual appropriation act) to correct the grant amount from "$45,000" to "$245,000".

 

Sec. 804. Technology, Management, and Budget - Enterprisewide Special Maintenance. Requires the $5.0 million appropriation in Part 1 to be expended for demolition projects at state-owned facilities, as determined by the State Budget Director.

 

Sec. 805. Technology, Management, and Budget - Military and Judges Retirement Systems. Requires funds to be spent as extra payments of $35.8 million and $7.3 million for the unfunded actuarial accrued liabilities in the military and judges retirement systems, respectively.

 

Sec. 806. Technology, Management, and Budget - Statewide Broadband. Outlines definitions and parameters for the program and designates any unexpended funds as a work project.

 

Sec. 807. Technology, Management, and Budget - Information Technology Services. Requires the Department to submit monthly invoices for information technology services provided to departments or agencies, no later than 45 days after the final day of the month the services were provided.

 

Sec. 808. Technology, Management, and Budget - Michigan Public Safety Communication System. Allocates $30,000 for the installation of tower top amplifiers in Muskegon and Oceana Counties.

 

Sec. 851. Department of Transportation - Mackinac Straits Infrastructure Project. Designates the $4,490,900 appropriation in Part 1 as a work project.

 

Sec. 852. Department of Transportation - Rail Study. Allocates $250,000 to conduct a study to connect multiple rail service lines located in Berrien County.

 

Sec. 901. Treasury - Revenue Sharing. Replaces enacted language (Sec. 952 in the FY 2018-19 annual appropriation act) to allow local units that did not meet the December 1, 2018, reporting deadline for non-constitutional revenue sharing, to report by February 1, 2019, to still receive 90% of their December payment.

 

FY 2017-18 BOILERPLATE LANGUAGE SECTIONS-PART 2A

 

Sec. 1201. General. Records amount of total State spending and payments to local units of government.

 

Sec. 1202. General. Subjects appropriations and expenditures in the article to the provisions of the Management and Budget Act.

 

Sec. 1301. Health and Human Services - Nursing Home Quality. Replaces enacted language (Sec. 1646 in the FY 2017-18 annual appropriation act) to bring program into compliance with Federal requirements and to create State GF/GP savings.

 

Sec. 1302. Health and Human Services - OB/GYN. Replaces enacted language (Sec. 1802 in the FY 2017-18 annual appropriation act) to bring program into compliance with Federal requirements and to create State GF/GP savings of $6,778,300.

 

Sec. 1303. Health and Human Services - Rural/Sole Hospital Pool. Replaces enacted language (Sec. 1866 in the FY 2017-18 annual appropriation act) to bring program into compliance with Federal requirements and to create State GF/GP savings of $16.2 million.

Sec. 1401. Department of Technology, Management, and Budget - Public Safety Communications System. Replaces enacted language (Sec. 827 in the FY 2017-18 annual appropriation act) to allow unexpended subscriber access and maintenance fee revenue to carry forward into FY 2018-19.

 

Sec. 1501. Department of Treasury - Brownfield Tax Captured Revenue. Appropriates up to $150,000 of this revenue for automatic receipt and expenditure.

 

REPEALERS

 

Enacting Section 1. 

Technology, Management, and Budget - Public Safety Communications System.  Repeals Sec. 827 of Article VIII of Public Act 107 of 2017 (FY 2017-18 General Government annual appropriations) and replaces it with Sec. 401 in this bill, which allows carryforward of subscriber revenue.

 

Enacting Section 2.

Health and Human Services - Nursing Facility Quality Incentive, Hospital Pool Funding, and Direct Primary Care Program.  Repeals Secs. 1646, 1802, 1866, and 1913 of Article X of Public Act 107 of 2017 (FY 2017-18 Department of Health and Human Services annual appropriations) and replaces them with Sec. 301, 302, and 303 in the bill, which revises the quality incentive and pool funding programs to meet Federal requirements.  Sec. 1913, which governs the Direct Primary Care pilot program, is repealed as funding for the pilot is removed in the bill.

 

Enacting Section 3.

Agriculture and Rural Development - County Fairs, Shows, and Expositions Grant Program.  Repeals Sec. 805 of Article I of Public Act 207 of 2018 (FY 2018-19 Department of Agriculture and Rural Development annual appropriations) and replaces it with Sec. 301 in this bill, which reflects the part 1 provision awarding a $150,000 grant to the Antrim County Fair.

 

Enacting Section 4.

Technology, Management, and Budget - Regional Prosperity Program/Michigan Public Safety Communications System.  Repeals Secs. 822f and 827 of Article VIII of Public Act 207 of 2018 (FY 2018-19 General Government annual appropriations) and replaces them with Secs. 802 and 803 in this bill.  Sec. 802 removes a reporting requirement on the Michigan Public Safety Communications System.  Sec. 803 increases the maximum incentive-based funding to regional planning organizations from $45,000 to $245,000.

 

Enacting Section 5.

Revenue Sharing - Cities, Villages, Townships, and Counties.  Repeals Sec. 952 of Article VIII of Public Act 207 of 2018 (FY 2018-19 General Government annual appropriations) and replaces it with Sec. 901 in this bill, which adds a provision allowing an eligible city, village, township, or county that fails to meet the certification requirements of subsection (3) by December 1, 2018 to receive 90% of their eligible payment not received in December 2018 if they meet the certification requirements by February 1, 2019.

 

Enacting Section 6.

Talent Investment Agency - Going Pro Expenditures Report.  Repeals Sec. 1064 of Article VII of Public Act 207 of 2018 (FY 2018-19 General Government annual appropriations) and replaces it with Sec. 752 in this bill, which adds a requirement that the report on Going Pro activities include a report on Going Pro Talent Fund expenditures.

 

 

 

Enacting Section 7.

Talent Investment Agency - Going Pro Status Report.  Repeals Sec. 1065 of Article VII of Public Act 207 of 2018 (FY 2018-19 General Government annual appropriations) and replaces it with Sec. 753 in this bill, which adds a requirement that the report on Going Pro program status include a report on Going Pro Talent Fund activities.

 

 

Enacting Section 8.

Talent Investment Agency - Going Pro Status Administration.  Repeals Sec. 1066 of Article VII of Public Act 207 of 2018 (FY 2018-19 General Government annual appropriations) and replaces it with Sec. 754 in this bill, which adds the Going Pro Talent Fund activities to the administration requirements for the Talent Investment Agency in regards to Going Pro.

 

Enacting Section 9. 

Talent Investment Agency - Going Pro High School Completion and Career Training.  Repeals Sec. 1070 of Article VII of Public Act 207 of 2018 (FY 2018-19 General Government annual appropriations) and replaces it with Sec. 755 in this bill, which clarifies that the $1.5 million to support the Going Pro high school completion and career training be one-time funding.

 

Enacting Section 10.

Insurance and Financial Services - Actuarial Study of Potential State Innovation Waiver.  Repeals Sec. 401 of Article XI of Public Act 207 of 2018 (FY 2018-19 Department of Insurance and Financial Services annual appropriations) and replaces it with Sec. 601 in this bill, which changes the due date of a study of a potential state health insurance innovation waiver from January 31, 2019 to April 15, 2019.

 

Enacting Section 11.

State Police - Sexual Assault Prevention and Education Initiative.  Repeals Sec. 901 of Article XVI of Public Act 207 of 2018 (FY 2018-19 Department of State Police annual appropriations).  The repealed section governs the Sexual Assault Prevention and Education Initiative.  The program is moved in this bill from the Department of State Police to the Department of Health and Human Services and is governed by Sec. 451 in this bill, which adds high schools to the entities that may receive grants.

 

Enacting Section 12

Health and Human Services - Direct Primary Care Pilot.  Repeals Sec. 705 of Article XX of Public Act 207 of 2018 (FY 2017-18 supplemental appropriations for the Department of Health and Human Services).  The repealed section sets parameters for the Direct Primary Care pilot program and is repealed because funding for the pilot is removed in this bill.


Table 2

FY 2017-18 Supplemental:  Senate Bill 601 (H-1)

 

Department/Program

 

Gross

 

Federal

Local/State

Restricted

 

GF/GP

 

 

 

 

 

Health and Human Services

 

 

 

 

Nursing facility quality measure initiative (Federal/State restricted)...........

$125,000,000

$75,000,000

$50,000,000

$0

Remove direct primary care funding..........................................................

(5,724,000)

(3,708,000)

0

(2,016,000)

Healthy Mich./hospitals/longterm care positive/negative approp...............

0

0

0

0

Total Health and Human Services..........................................................

$119,276,000

$71,292,000

$50,000,000

($2,016,000)

 

 

 

 

 

State Police

 

 

 

 

Attorney fees for law suit settlements.......................................................

$1,835,000

$0

$0

$1,835,000

Total State Police.....................................................................................

$1,835,000

$0

$0

$1,835,000

 

 

 

 

 

Technology, Management, and Budget

 

 

 

 

Positive/negative $40.2 million public safety communications system......

$0

$0

$0

$0

Total Technology, Management, and Budget........................................

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

 

 

 

 

Treasury

 

 

 

 

Boilerplate: unidentified amount for brownfield tax captured revenue.......

$0

$0

$0

$0

Total Treasury..........................................................................................

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

 

 

 

 

Total FY 2017-18 Budget Area Supplemental Appropriations.............

$121,111,000

$71,292,000

$50,000,000

($181,000)

 

 

 

 

 

FY 2018-19 Supplemental:  Senate Bill 601 (H-1)

 

Department/Program

 

Gross

 

Federal

Local/State

Restricted

 

GF/GP

Agriculture and Rural Development

 

 

 

 

PFAS: enhance GIS systems capabilities (1.0 FTE).....................................

$200,000

$0

$0

$200,000

PFAS: emergency management staff (1.0 FTE)..........................................

200,000

0

0

200,000

Dairy farmer grant program.......................................................................

1,000,000

0

0

1,000,000

Upgrades for mobile fruit and vegetable processing..................................

550,000

0

0

550,000

Regulatory activities under the industrial hemp act...................................

150,000

0

0

150,000

Antrim county fair......................................................................................

150,000

0

0

150,000

Total Agriculture and Rural Development.............................................

$2,250,000

$0

$0

$2,250,000

 

 

 

 

 

Attorney General

 

 

 

 

Prosecuting attorneys NextGen case management project (Federal)........

$378,800

$378,800

$0

$0

Total Attorney General............................................................................

$378,800

$378,800

$0

$0

 

 

 

 

 

FY 2018-19 Supplemental:  Senate Bill 601 (H-1)

 

Department/Program

 

Gross

 

Federal

Local/State

Restricted

 

GF/GP

Capital Outlay

 

 

 

 

WMU college of aviation.............................................................................

$14,999,800

$0

$0

$14,999,800

WSU, North Central, DMVA, Heritage scope/Schoolcraft: $100 construction auth............

100

0

0

100

Ferris, MTU, Oakland, Northern, UM-Ann Arbor, Western: $100 planning auth...........................................................................................................

600

0

0

600

Delta, Glen Oaks, Henry Ford, Macomb: $100 planning authorization.........

400

0

0

400

Total Capital Outlay.................................................................................

$15,000,900

$0

$0

$15,000,900

 

 

 

 

 

Corrections

 

 

 

 

Vocational village program expansion........................................................

$2,000,000

$0

$0

$2,000,000

Total Corrections.....................................................................................

$2,000,000

$0

$0

$2,000,000

 

 

 

 

 

Education

 

 

 

 

E-rate matching increase to enhance schools/libraries connection speed

$5,000,000

$0

$0

$5,000,000

Adolescent health HIV/STD programs........................................................

319,900

0

0

319,900

Total Education........................................................................................

$5,319,900

$0

$0

$5,319,900

 

 

 

 

 

Environmental Quality

 

 

 

 

PFAS: mapping and other supports (5.0 FTEs)...........................................

$4,300,000

$0

$0

$4,300,000

PFAS: drinking water infrastructure (2.0 FTEs)...........................................

4,000,000

0

0

4,000,000

PFAS: MDOT clean water efforts..................................................................

400,000

0

0

400,000

Renew Michigan projects (Renew Michigan Fund)......................................

69,000,000

0

69,000,000

0

Aquatic invasive species grants.................................................................

1,000,000

0

0

1,000,000

Remove GF appropriation for environmental clean-up projects.................

(25,000,000)

0

0

(25,000,000)

Implementation of HB 5638 (water withdrawal assessment changes)......

100,000

0

0

100,000

Total Environmental Quality...................................................................

$53,800,000

$0

$69,000,000

($15,200,000)

 

 

 

 

 

Health and Human Services

 

 

 

 

Child protective services (CPS): field staff (135.0 FTEs).............................

$10,488,800

$0

$0

$10,488,800

CPS: First and second line supervisors (27.0 FTEs)....................................

2,597,100

0

0

2,597,100

CPS: Administration (13.0 FTEs).................................................................

877,500

0

0

877,500

CPS: CSS&M, travel, IT ...............................................................................

1,036,600

0

0

1,036,600

CPS: operations reforms including IT support............................................

5,000,000

0

0

5,000,000

PFAS: environmental health toxicology/response (18.0 FTEs)...................

9,400,000

0

0

9,400,000

PFAS: analytical laboratory costs (5.0 FTEs)...............................................

1,500,000

0

0

1,500,000

Insurance provider assessments (IPA) adjustments.................................

472,123,500

331,070,300

259,908,100

(118,854,900)

Direct care workers' wage increase of 25 cents per hour..........................

16,000,000

10,899,500

0

5,100,500

Rural and OB/GYN pools increases..............................................................

3,000,000

0

0

3,000,000

Family preservation backfill of Federal dollars............................................

2,800,000

0

0

2,800,000

Information technology services and projects ($37.5 million Federal)......

51,500,000

37,500,000

0

14,000,000

FY 2018-19 Supplemental:  Senate Bill 601 (H-1)

 

Department/Program

 

Gross

 

Federal

Local/State

Restricted

 

GF/GP

HMP waiver implementation (one-time; $12 million Federal).....................

13,515,700

11,956,300

0

1,559,400

HMP work engagement staff ($750,200 Federal; 54.0 FTEs)......................

1,500,400

750,200

 

750,200

Glisson decision county costs....................................................................

9,928,000

0

0

9,928,000

Hepatitis A response/prevention (one-time)..............................................

7,121,200

0

0

7,121,200

Caro Center: Additional staff (68.0 FTEs)....................................................

5,910,000

0

0

5,910,000

Caro Center: improvements (one-time)....................................................

1,000,000

0

0

1,000,000

Census related services ($2 million private)..............................................

2,500,000

0

2,000,000

500,000

Campus sexual assault programs ($1m from State Police/$0.3m work proj. lapse)........

1,321,700

0

0

1,321,700

Poison control center transfer from Detroit Medical Center to Wayne State Univ..............

580,000

0

0

580,000

Children's Trust Fund, backfill House opioid funding...................................

300,000

0

0

300,000

Mental health hotline..................................................................................

3,000,000

0

0

3,000,000

Sexual assault prevention and treatment funding......................................

10,000,000

8,000,000

0

2,000,000

Hospital psychiatric GME (Beaumont).........................................................

8,438,800

5,438,800

0

3,000,000

Opioid pilot at Livonia St Mary's..................................................................

500,000

0

0

500,000

Half year homeless shelter increase to $18.00 per diem...........................

950,000

0

0

950,000

CMH: Lakeshore regional entity..................................................................

3,500,000

0

0

3,500,000

Autism alliance...........................................................................................

466,000

0

0

466,000

Autism train the trainer in Walled Lake.......................................................

45,000

0

0

45,000

Nurse family partnership (Kent/Ingham)....................................................

325,000

0

0

325,000

TANF swap ($4,523,200 to FIP)..................................................................

0

0

0

0

Total Health and Human Services..........................................................

$647,225,300

$405,615,100

$261,908,100

($20,297,900)

 

 

 

 

 

Legislature

 

 

 

 

Senate.......................................................................................................

$4,600,000

$0

$0

$4,600,000

House of Representatives..........................................................................

4,600,000

0

0

4,600,000

Legislative Council......................................................................................

1,200,000

0

0

1,200,000

Senate parking structure acquisition..........................................................

18,000,000

0

0

18,000,000

Total Legislature......................................................................................

$28,400,000

$0

$0

$28,400,000

 

 

 

 

 

Licensing and Regulatory Affairs

 

 

 

 

Voter initiated law 2018-1 (recreational marihuana) implementation.........

$5,000,000

$0

$0

$5,000,000

Michigan indigent defense commission grants ($200,000 local revenue)..

2,750,000

0

200,000

2,550,000

Opioid treatment and community resource locator...................................

1,200,000

0

0

1,200,000

Total Licensing and Regulatory Affairs..................................................

$8,950,000

$0

$200,000

$8,750,000

 

 

 

 

 

Military and Veterans Affairs

 

 

 

 

National Guard tuition assistance fund.......................................................

$2,500,000

$0

$0

$2,500,000

County Veterans organization grants ($25,000 base/rest on population)..

2,100,000

0

0

2,100,000

Camp Grayling armory maintenance..........................................................

1,500,000

0

0

1,500,000

FY 2018-19 Supplemental:  Senate Bill 601 (H-1)

 

Department/Program

 

Gross

 

Federal

Local/State

Restricted

 

GF/GP

Michigan youth challeNGe academy (State match for Fed grant)...............

700,000

0

0

700,000

Veterans facility authority funding shortfall................................................

275,000

0

0

275,000

Total Military and Veterans Affairs.........................................................

$7,075,000

$0

$0

$7,075,000

 

 

 

 

 

Natural Resources

 

 

 

 

Ludington State park land (Sargent Minerals Co.) purchase (pvt/restricted)..........................................................................................

$9,000,000

$0

$9,000,000

$0

Infrastructure fund (Brandon Rd. lock and dam to block Asian carp)..........

8,000,000

0

0

8,000,000

Dam management grant program.............................................................

8,000,000

0

0

8,000,000

Iron Belle trail challenge grants..................................................................

5,000,000

0

0

5,000,000

Keweenaw buffalo reef spawning...............................................................

3,000,000

0

0

3,000,000

Land and water conservation fund grants (Federal)...................................

3,433,100

3,433,100

0

0

Western UP State parks staff (10.0 FTEs)...................................................

1,000,000

0

0

1,000,000

State parks preventive maintenance ($2 million camping revenue)..........

2,000,000

0

2,000,000

0

Grand River dredging.................................................................................

2,000,000

0

0

2,000,000

UP forest roads bridge replacements (forest development fund)..............

1,750,000

0

1,750,000

0

Forest equipment/research/treatments (forest development fund).........

1,470,000

0

1,470,000

0

Leland/Good Harbor Bay reef fish spawning...............................................

500,000

0

0

500,000

Pheasant hunting initiative.........................................................................

260,000

0

0

260,000

Kalamazoo River study-grant to Battle Creek.............................................

250,000

0

0

250,000

Hunter education program (Federal)..........................................................

175,000

175,000

0

0

UP pocket park repair and maintenance.....................................................

150,000

0

0

150,000

Total Natural Resources..........................................................................

$45,988,100

$3,608,100

$14,220,000

$28,160,000

 

 

 

 

 

Department of State

 

 

 

 

Motor cycle safety "look twice save a life" (motor cycle safety fund) ........

$400,000

$0

$400,000

$0

Total Department of State......................................................................

$400,000

$0

$400,000

$0

 

 

 

 

 

State Police

 

 

 

 

School safety grants..................................................................................

$25,000,000

$0

$0

$25,000,000

Replenish disaster and emergency contingency fund................................

7,500,000

0

0

7,500,000

Secondary road patrol grant.......................................................................

2,000,000

0

0

2,000,000

Roadside saliva testing pilot initiative.........................................................

626,000

0

0

626,000

Transfer sexual assault prevention and education funding to DHHS...........

(1,000,000)

0

0

(1,000,000)

Positive/negative $1 million sexual assault prevention/education initiative

0

0

0

0

Total State Police.....................................................................................

$34,126,000

$0

$0

$34,126,000

 

 

 

 

 

Talent and Economic Development

 

 

 

 

Michigan enhancement grants...................................................................

$115,450,500

$0

$0

$115,450,500

Business attraction and community revitalization......................................

20,000,000

0

0

20,000,000

FY 2018-19 Supplemental:  Senate Bill 601 (H-1)

 

Department/Program

 

Gross

 

Federal

Local/State

Restricted

 

GF/GP

UP festival/ski jump....................................................................................

10,000,000

0

0

10,000,000

Reappropriate work project lapse for GEAR UP college awareness.............

2,000,000

0

0

2,000,000

Total Talent and Economic Development..............................................

$147,450,500

$0

$0

$147,450,500

 

 

 

 

 

Technology, Management, and Budget

 

 

 

 

Military and judicial retirement...................................................................

$43,100,000

$0

$0

$43,100,000

Statewide broadband ($6,380,000 infrastructure fund).............................

20,000,000

0

6,380,000

13,620,000

Pay off half of Inkster's debt.......................................................................

8,200,000

0

0

8,200,000

Demolition fund.........................................................................................

5,000,000

0

0

5,000,000

Information technology investment fund-MDARD modernization...............

5,000,000

0

0

5,000,000

SIGMA operations statewide cost recovery (restricted revenue)...............

1,700,000

0

1,700,000

0

State budget office funding........................................................................

1,200,000

0

0

1,200,000

Office of retirement services: MSP/MPSERS retirement system changes...

1,185,000

0

0

1,185,000

CIO security officer as a service.................................................................

450,000

0

0

450,000

New team to end drug addiction/opioid action strategy............................

300,000

0

0

300,000

Job vacancy survey....................................................................................

170,000

0

0

170,000

Public safety towers/amplifiers for Muskegon/Oceana Counties.................

30,000

0

0

30,000

Positive/negative $40.4 million for public safety communications.............

0

0

0

0

Positive/negative $4 million for regional prosperity grants.........................

0

0

0

0

Total Technology, Management, and Budget........................................

$86,335,000

$0

$8,080,000

$78,255,000

 

 

 

 

 

Transportation

 

 

 

 

Road funding (earmark income tax to MTF)................................................

$114,000,000

$0

$114,000,000

$0

Soo locks State share................................................................................

52,000,000

0

0

52,000,000

Mackinac straits infrastructure/radar/tunnel contract.................................

4,490,900

0

0

4,490,900

Railroad study............................................................................................

250,000

0

0

250,000

Detroit/Wayne County port authority.........................................................

50,000

0

0

50,000

Total Transportation................................................................................

$170,790,900

$0

$114,000,000

$56,790,900

 

 

 

 

 

Treasury-Operations

 

 

 

 

Wrongful imprisonment compensation fund..............................................

$1,500,000

$0

$0

$1,500,000

Total Treasury-Operations......................................................................

$1,500,000

$0

$0

$1,500,000

 

 

 

 

 

Total FY 2018-19 Budget Area Supplemental Appropriations.............

$1,256,990,400

$409,602,000

$467,808,100

$379,580,300

 

 

 

 

 

Budget Stabilization Fund Deposit.........................................................

$100,000,000

$0

$0

$100,000,000

Grand Total FY 2018-19 Supplemental Appropriations.......................

$1,356,990,400

$409,602,000

$467,808,100

$479,580,300

                                                                           Fiscal Analysts:  Ellen Jeffries and Steve Angelotti

This analysis was prepared by nonpartisan Senate staff for use by the Senate in its deliberations and does not constitute an official statement of legislative intent.