FY 2021-22 and 2022-23 SUPPLEMENTAL S.B. 844: SUMMARY AS ENACTED

 

 

 

 

 

 

Senate Bill 844 (as enacted) PUBLIC ACT 194 of 2022

Sponsor: Senator Jim Stamas

Committee: Appropriations

 

Date Completed: 10-13-22

 

CONTENT

 

The supplemental would make appropriations of $133.1 million Gross, and $3.4 million General Fund/General Purpose (GF/GP) for fiscal year (FY) 2021-22 and $1.0 billion Gross, and $983.4 million GF/GP for FY 2022-23 to several State departments. Each item in the bill is detailed in Tables 3 and 4.

 

Tables 1 and 2 summarize funding by budget area in the supplemental for FY 2021-22 and FY 2022-23, respectively. Note: the bill is structured such that FY 2022-23 appropriations are listed before FY 2021-22 appropriations, but this analysis is in chronological order.

 

Table 1

FY 2021-22 Supplemental Appropriations

Budget Area

Gross

Federal

Other

GF/GP

Corrections

$0

$57,000,000

$0

($57,000,000)

Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy

2,800,000

0

2,800,000

0

Labor and Economic Opportunity

21,627,100

21,627,100

0

0

Military and Veterans Affairs

3,400,000

0

0

3,400,000

Natural Resources

100,000

0

100,000

0

State Police

105,200,000

48,200,000

0

57,000,000

TOTAL......................................

$133,127,100

$126,827,100

$2,900,000

$3,400,000

 

Table 2

FY 2022-23 Supplemental Appropriations

Budget Area

Gross

Federal

Other

GF/GP

Health and Human Services

$72,237,200

$0

$0

$72,237,200

Labor and Economic Opportunity

916,140,200

0

20,000,200

896,140,000

Military and Veterans Affairs

15,000,000

0

0

15,000,000

TOTAL........................................

$1,003,377,400

$0

$20,000,200

$983,377,200

 

 


FISCAL IMPACT

 

The bill provides FY 2021-22 line-item appropriations of $133.1 million Gross and $3.4 million GF/GP. See Table 3 for a list of items funded in the supplemental for FY 2021-22.

 

The bill provides FY 2022-23 line-item appropriations of $1,003.4 million Gross and $983.4 million GF/GP. See Table 4 for a list of items funded in the supplemental for FY 2022-23.

 

FY 2021-22 BOILERPLATE LANGUAGE SECTIONS - PART 1A

 

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. 1203. General. States intent that the Legislature may intertransfer funds in the bill if those funds are transferred by the State Administrative Board.

 

Sec. 1204. General. Requires Federal funds to be allocated and spent in a manner consistent with Federal rules and regulations.

 

Sec. 1205. General. Subjects Federal funds to audit and reporting requirements.

 

Sec. 1206. General. Requires a monthly report by the State Budget Director on the status of funds appropriated in part 1, including funds used for COVID-19-related issues, to the Legislature.

 

Sec. 1301. Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy. Designates unspent funds appropriated for Drinking Water Declaration of Emergency as a work project.

 

Sec. 1401. Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity. Requires Federal Reed Act dollars appropriated to the Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA) to be used to cover administrative costs in the Agency.

 

Sec. 1402. Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity. Designates unspent funds appropriated for the UIA as a work project.

 

Sec. 1451. Department of Natural Resources. Designates unspent funds for Wildlife Management as a work project.

 

Sec. 1501. Department of State Police. Designates unspent funds for Federal Ineligible Expenses as a work project.

 

Sec. 1601. Department of Technology, Management, and Budget (DTMB). Provides receive and expend authority to DTMB for the Michigan Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Monument Fund.

 

FY 2022-23 BOILERPLATE LANGUAGE SECTIONS - PART 1

 

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. States intent that the Legislature may intertransfer funds in the bill if those funds are transferred by the State Administrative Board.

 

Sec. 301. Department of Health and Human Services. Requires the Department to allocate $15.0 million to a community mental health services program located in Wayne County for capital costs of an integrated care center facility that includes a walk-in behavioral health crisis services center. Designates unspent funds as a work project.

 

Sec. 302. Department of Health and Human Services. Requires the Department to allocate $25.0 million to contracted child caring institutions for enhanced rates for children receiving services under mental health and behavioral stabilization rates or the developmentally disabled or cognitively impaired rates.

 

Sec. 303. Department of Health and Human Services. Requires the Department to create a grant program for nonprofit organizations for infrastructure projects (for construction or renovation) to provide affordable and attainable housing for youth in foster care or who have aged out of foster care. Earmarks half of the funding ($7.5 million) to a nonprofit located in Bloomfield Charter Township in Oakland County.

 

Sec. 304. Department of Health and Human Services. Prescribes how the Department must use funds appropriated for first responder and public safety staff mental health. Designates unspent funds as a work project.

 

Sec. 305. Department of Health and Human Services. Requires the Department to allocate funds for behavioral health facilities grants on a competitive basis to providers of behavioral health services for facility improvements, additional capacity, and/or facility acquisition with preference given to applicants that would repurpose school facilities to support provision of mental health, primary care, and dental services not currently subsidized through public or private insurance, focused on underserved areas.

 

Sec. 306. Department of Health and Human Services. Prescribes funding to four hospitals whose quality assurance assessment program payments were incorrect, resulting in overpayment by those hospitals.

 

Sec. 307. Department of Health and Human Services. Provides funding to a nonprofit with headquartered in Southfield (and meeting other specified criteria) to expand affordable housing for seniors and to expand programs for all-inclusive care for the elderly.

 

Sec. 401. Labor and Economic Opportunity (LEO). Designates that $800,000 from Michigan Enhancement Grants be awarded to Binder Park Zoo. This is a technical cleanup from Public Act 166 of 2022.

 

Sec. 402. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Designates that $240,000 from Economic Development and Workforce Grants be awarded to Pitchford Park for construction of a culvert. This is a technical cleanup from Public Act 166 of 2022.

 

Sec. 403. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Programmatic language cleanup from Public Act 166 of 2022 related to Community Development Financial Institutions (CFDI) Fund grants.

 

Sec. 404. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Reappropriates up to $100.0 million in lapsing Federal Emergency Rental Assistance funding for the creation or rehabilitation of affordable housing in accordance with Federal regulations. Designates unspent funds as a work project.

 

Sec. 405. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Allows the Michigan State Housing Development Authority to increase its limited-term FTEs by 25.0 for housing programs.

 

Sec. 406. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Increases State restricted contingency fund authorization by $846.1 million to accommodate the GF/GP deposit into the Strategic Outreach and Attraction Reserve Fund.

 

Sec 407. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Requires the funds appropriated in Part 1 for the Critical Industry Program to be used for activities pursuant to Section 88s of the Michigan Strategic Fund Act.

 

Sec. 408. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Provides guidelines and intended allocations from the Michigan Strategic Site Readiness Program. Specifically, the program would state the Legislature's intent to allocate the funds as follows: $25.0 million for grants to regional and local economic development organizations; $100.0 million for improvements to strategic sites for which an end-user has not been identified; $75.0 million for the assessment and development of mega-strategic sites; $50.0 million for improvements to strategic sites for which an end-user has been identified; and $100.0 million for the remediation and/or redevelopment of landfill facilities for future economic development.

 

Sec. 409. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Requires that the funds appropriated in Part 1 for the Strategic Outreach and Attraction Reserve Fund be deposited into the SOAR Fund established in Section 4 of the Michigan Trust Fund Act.

 

Sec. 410. Labor and Economic Opportunity. States that the Legislature finds and declares that the appropriations for the Critical Industry Program and the Strategic Site Readiness Program are for a public purpose and serve the health, safety, and general welfare of the residents of the State.

 

Sec. 411. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Awards funding to Thomas Township for sewer and other infrastructure improvements to facilitate private investment of at least $200.0 million. (Funding would not be provided if the Township receives a grant under Section 88t of the Michigan Strategic Fund Act after September 15, 2022.)

 

Sec. 412. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Awards funding appropriated for Infrastructure Improvement Grant to Pontiac for the construction of a new bypass road.

 

Sec. 413. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Awards funding appropriated for Downtown Placemaking to Adrian to remove blight, incentivize new residential development; create new parks, open spaces, and trails; and provide river cleanup.

 

Sec. 414. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Awards funding appropriated for Municipal Information Technology and Cybersecurity Upgrades to Dearborn for this upgrade related to cybersecurity and information technology.

 

Sec. 415. Labor and Economic Opportunity. Includes general language governing enhancement grants and economic development and workforce grants.

 

Repealers. Repeals Sections 991 (20.0 limited-term FTEs for housing and rental assistance; the bill would make these full-time employees instead) and 1097 (CFDI) of Article 5 of PA 166 of 2022. Repeals Section 818 (Michigan Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Monument Fund) of Article 5 of PA 87 of 2021.

Table 3

FY 2021-22 Supplemental Appropriations

Department/Program

Gross

Federal

Other

GF/GP

Corrections

 

 

 

 

Field operations

$0

$24,700,000

$0

($24,700,000)

Mental health and substance use disorder treatment services

0

32,300,000

0

(32,300,000)

Total Corrections

$0

$57,000,000

$0

($57,000,000)

 

 

 

 

 

Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy

 

 

 

 

Drinking water declaration of emergency work project reappropriation

$2,800,000

$0

$2,800,000

$0

Total Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy

$2,800,000

$0

$2,800,000

$0

 

 

 

 

 

Labor and Economic Opportunity

 

 

 

 

Unemployment Insurance Agency

$21,627,100

$21,627,100

$0

$0

Total Labor and Economic Opportunity

$21,627,100

$21,627,100

$0

$0

 

 

 

 

 

Military and Veterans Affairs

 

 

 

 

Grand Rapids Home for Veterans

$3,400,000

$0

$0

$3,400,000

Total Military and Veterans Affairs

$3,400,000

$0

$0

$3,400,000

 

 

 

 

 

Natural Resources

 

 

 

 

Wildlife management

$100,000

$0

$100,000

$0

Total Natural Resources

$100,000

$0

$100,000

$0

 

 

 

 

 

State Police

 

 

 

 

Post operations

$0

$48,200,000

$0

($48,200,000)

Federal ineligible expenses

105,200,000

0

0

105,200,000

Total State Police

$105,200,000

$48,200,000

$0

$57,000,000

 

 

 

 

 

Total FY 2021-22 Supplemental Appropriations

$133,127,100

$126,827,100

$2,900,000

$3,400,000


 

FY 2022-23 Supplemental Appropriations

Department/Program

Gross

Federal

Other

GF/GP

Health and Human Services

 

 

 

 

Child caring institutions rate increase (ongoing) (child care fund and foster care payments)

$25,000,000

$0

$0

$25,000,000

Quality assurance assessment program

4,237,200

0

0

4,237,200

First responder and public safety staff mental health

7,500,000

0

0

7,500,000

Senior living and healthcare expansion

4,000,000

0

0

4,000,000

Behavioral health facilities grants

1,500,000

0

0

1,500,000

Critical child welfare infrastructure

15,000,000

0

0

15,000,000

Behavioral health care services and facilities

15,000,000

0

0

15,000,000

Total Health and Human Services

$72,237,200

$0

$0

$72,237,200

 

 

 

 

 

Labor and Economic Opportunity

 

 

 

 

Critical industry program

$100

$0

$100

$0

Downtown placemaking grant

12,000,000

0

0

12,000,000

Economic development and workforce grants

240,000

0

0

240,000

Infrastructure improvement grant

7,500,000

0

0

7,500,000

Bauserman v Unemployment Insurance Agency

20,000,000

0

20,000,000

0

Michigan enhancement grants

800,000

0

0

800,000

Michigan strategic site readiness program

100

0

100

0

Workforce and infrastructure grant

27,000,000

0

0

27,000,000

Municipal information technology and cybersecurity

2,500,000

0

0

2,500,000

Strategic Outreach and Attraction Reserve Fund

846,100,000

0

0

846,100,000

Total Labor and Economic Opportunity

$916,140,200

$0

$20,000,200

$896,140,000

 

 

 

 

 

Military and Veterans Affairs

 

 

 

 

Armory modernization

$15,000,000

$0

$0

$15,000,000

Total Military and Veterans Affairs

$15,000,000

$0

$0

$15,000,000

 

 

 

 

 

Total FY 2022-23 Supplemental Appropriations

$1,003,377,400

$0

$20,000,200

$983,377,200

 

Fiscal Analyst: Josh Sefton

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.