SB 178

Sponsor
Session
Regular Session 2018
Title
General Fund budget, appropriations for other functions of government, debt service, and capital outlay for fiscal year ending September 30, 2019.
Description

To make appropriations for the ordinary expenses of the executive, legislative, and judicial agencies of the State, for other functions of government, for debt service, and for capital outlay for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019.

Subjects
Appropriations
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To make appropriations for the ordinary expenses of the executive, legislative, and judicial agencies of the State, for other functions of government, for debt service, and for capital outlay for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019

Section 1

The monies in Section 2 are appropriated from the named funds for the 2019 fiscal year to the state agencies indicated, as the amounts to be used to pay the expenditures of the named agencies, and are in lieu of all monies appropriated for these purposes in other sections of the Alabama Statutes. For the purpose of this act, the amounts herein for expenditures are listed by programmatic area and the totals for all programs are shown by the source of funds. It is intended that only the herein named funds be appropriated in the amounts specified to the named agencies and that the following definitions shall be applicable. "Appropriation Total" shall mean the aggregate total of all funding sources. SB178 "Program" shall mean specific governmental services required to achieve a specific objective. A program shall be directed to meeting the need of an identified clientele, or group of recipients or beneficiaries, and shall be expended only for such purposes. "Capital Outlay" shall mean expenditures which result in the acquisition and/or addition to items, such as land or buildings, which have an appreciable and calculable period of usefulness in excess of one year, and shall be expended only for such purposes. "Debt Service" shall mean an expenditure for the payment of interest and principal on bonded debt obligations of the State, and shall be expended only for such purposes. "Federal and Local Funds" shall mean all gifts, grants, contributions, or entitlements, including grants by the Congress of the United States, municipalities or counties.

Section 2

There is hereby appropriated the amounts set forth herein for the ordinary expenses of the executive, legislative, and judicial agencies of the State, for other functions of government, for debt service, and for capital outlay for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019, to be paid out of any monies hereinafter specified, from such other funds and accounts as may be designated, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and the total amount to be ex- pended for the items for which the appropriation is herein SB178 made shall not exceed the amount provided therefor, except as provided in the Budget Management Act of 1976, Sections 41-19-1 through 41-19-12, Code of Alabama 1975. Provided, how- ever, that regardless of the ending date of any pay period which has been or may be established by the Legislature for the payment of salaries of state employees, the entire payment due shall be made from the fiscal year's appropriation in which the pay date falls. General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal 2A. Legislative Branch: 1. Examiner of Public Accounts: (a) Audit Services Program ... 6,425,216 1,568,591 7,993,807 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 6,425,216 (2) Federal and Local Funds .. 1,568,591 Total Examiner of Public Ac- counts........................ 6,425,216 1,568,591 7,993,807 Transfers from audited agen- cies to the Examiners of Pub- lic Accounts are hereby autho- rized and shall be appropri- ated and expended through the fund established by Section 41-5-24, Code of Alabama 1975. The above appropriation in- cludes funds to complete the annual audit of the Alabama Trust Fund. 2. Legislative Services Agency: (a) Legislative Operations and Support Program............. 2,996,097 224,000 3,220,097 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 2,996,097 (2) Alabama Administrative Code Fund, Estimated ....... 189,000 (3) Alabama Law Institute Fund, Estimated............. 35,000 Total Legislative Services Agency........................ 2,996,097 224,000 3,220,097 3. Legislative Council: (a) Legislative Operations and Support Program............. 1,600,000 1,600,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 1,600,000 Total Legislative Council .... 1,600,000 1,600,000 Pursuant to Sections 29-6-1 et seq., Code of Alabama 1975. Of the above appropriation, $739,986 shall be expended for the purpose of ensuring suffi- cient space and facilities for the functions of the Legisla- ture and to ensure the safety and Americans with Disabili- ties Act (ADA) accessibility of the State House. 4. Legislature: (a) Legislative Operations and Support Program ............ 19,334,011 19,334,011 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 19,334,011 Total Legislature............. 19,334,011 19,334,011 The appropriation to the Leg- islature shall be expended under the provisions set forth in Section 29-1-22, Code of SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Alabama 1975. 5. Office of the Speaker of the House of Representatives: (a) Office of the Speaker of the House Program .......... 1,241,365 1,241,365 In accordance with Section 29-4-60, Code of Alabama 1975. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 1,241,365 Total Office of the Speaker of the House of Representatives . 1,241,365 1,241,365 6. Office of the President Pro Tempore of the Senate: (a) Legislative Operations and Support Program............. 972,442 972,442 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 972,442 Total Office of the President Pro Tempore of the Senate .... 972,442 972,442 2B. Judicial Branch: 1. Court of Civil Appeals: (a) Court Operations Program . 4,054,025 4,054,025 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 4,054,025 Total Court of Civil Appeals . 4,054,025 4,054,025 2. Court of Criminal Appeals: (a) Court Operations Program . 4,133,637 4,133,637 SOURCE OF FUNDS: SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (1) State General Fund ....... 4,133,637 Total Court of Criminal Ap- peals......................... 4,133,637 4,133,637 3. Judicial Inquiry Commission: (a) Administrative Services Program..................... 461,657 461,657 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 461,657 Total Judicial Inquiry Commis- sion.......................... 461,657 461,657 4. Judicial Retirement Fund: (a) Fringe Benefits Program .. 2,588,572 2,588,572 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund, Esti- mated....................... 2,588,572 Total Judicial Retirement Fund .............................. 2,588,572 2,588,572 5. Supreme Court: (a) Court Operations Program . 9,618,575 9,618,575 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 9,618,575 Total Supreme Court .......... 9,618,575 9,618,575 The above appropriation to the Supreme Court from the State General Fund includes $125,697 for the statewide coordination of pro bono services in civil cases as required by Section 12-10A-4(b), Code of Alabama 1975. 6. Supreme Court Library: SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (a) Court Operations Program . 711,630 711,630 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 711,630 Total Supreme Court Library .. 711,630 711,630 7. Unified Judicial System: (a) Court Operations Program . 88,348,830 75,663,969 164,012,799 Of the above appropriation, $94,317 shall be expended for the Access to Justice Project; and $100,000 shall be expended to establish a pilot program in the 23rd Circuit to monitor mental health defendants. (b) Administrative Services Program..................... 3,269,959 3,269,959 (c) Drug Court Program ....... 2,041,541 2,041,541 (d) Juvenile Probation Officer Services Program............ 11,591,655 11,591,655 (e) Alabama Sentencing Commis- sion........................ 325,530 325,530 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 105,577,515 (2) Advanced Technology and Data Exchange Fund ......... 2,656,820 (3) Court Automation Fund .... 3,789,146 In accordance with Section 12-19-180, Code of Alabama 1975. (4) Court Referral Officer Fund........................ 5,493,493 In accordance with Sections 12-23-1 through 12-23-19, Code of Alabama 1975. (5) Federal and Local Funds .. 16,727,532 (6) Judicial Administration Fund........................ 11,996,978 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal In accordance with Sections 12-19-310 through 12-19-315, Code of Alabama 1975. (7) Transfer from Public Road and Bridge Fund Per Consti- tutional Amendment No. 354 . 35,000,000 Total Unified Judicial System . 105,577,515 75,663,969 181,241,484 2C. Executive Branch: 1. Accountancy, Alabama State Board of Public: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 1,494,298 1,494,298 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy Fund .... 1,494,298 As provided in Section 34-1-22, Code of Alabama 1975. In addition to the amount ap- propriated hereinabove to the State Board of Public Accoun- tancy, there is hereby appro- priated such an amount as may be necessary to pay the refund of any application for li- censes which may have been rejected by the Board or with- drawn at the request of the applicant. Total Accountancy, Alabama State Board of Public ........ 1,494,298 1,494,298 2. Adjustment, Board of: (a) Special Services Program . 250,892 250,892 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund, Esti- mated....................... 233,785 For expenditures as provided in Sections 31-3-2, 36-30-2, SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal and 41-9-73, Code of Alabama 1975. (2) State General Fund-Administrative Costs .. 17,107 As provided by Sections 41-9-61 and 41-9-67, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Adjustment, Board of ... 250,892 250,892 3. Agricultural and Conserva- tion Development Commission: (a) Water Resource Development Program..................... 326,793 326,793 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund - Transfer.................... 326,793 Total Agricultural and Conser- vation Development Commission . 326,793 326,793 4. Agriculture and Industries, Department of: (a) Administrative Services Program..................... 2,190,500 7,059,173 9,249,673 Of the above appropriation, $100,000 shall be expended for the Agricultural Museum Board. (b) Agricultural Inspection Services Program............ 3,869,475 17,018,668 20,888,143 (c) Laboratory Analysis and Disease Control Program .... 2,460,025 10,905,825 13,365,850 (d) Agricultural Development Services Program............ 554,154 6,430,910 6,985,064 Of the above appropriation, $50,000 is to be expended for the Morgan County Farmer's Market Authority. (e) Resource Conservation and Development Program ........ 3,000,000 3,000,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 12,074,154 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (2) Agricultural Fund ........ 30,330,097 (3) Egg Inspection Fund ...... 25,000 (4) Farmers' Market Authority Fund........................ 3,679,097 (5) Shipping Point Inspection Fund........................ 7,380,382 Pursuant to Sections 2-9-20, et seq., Code of Alabama 1975. Total Agriculture and Indus- tries, Department of ......... 12,074,154 41,414,576 53,488,730 5. Alabama Trust Fund Board: (a) Fiscal Management Program . 8,265 8,265 (b) Alabama Trust Fund repay- ment pursuant to Section 29-10-1, Code of Alabama 1975........................ 13,500,000 13,500,000 It is the intent of the Legis- lature that the above appro- priation satisfies the full payment required pursuant to the People's Trust Act (Sec- tion 29-10-1, Code of Alabama 1975) for FY 2020. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 13,508,265 Total Alabama Trust Fund Board .............................. 13,508,265 13,508,265 6. Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, Alabama: (a) Alcoholic Beverage Manage- ment Program................ 67,597,660 67,597,660 (b) Licensing, Regulation, and Enforcement Program ........ 7,051,216 7,051,216 (c) Administrative Services 19,238,010 19,238,010 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Program..................... Of the above appropriation, $1,800,000 shall be expended to purchase vehicles for the Department of Corrections. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) ABC Board Fund............ 93,886,886 Total Alcoholic Beverage Con- trol Board, Alabama .......... 93,886,886 93,886,886 In addition to the above appropriation herein made, there is hereby appropriated for each additional retail and wholesale store that is relocated or put into operation during the fiscal year, an amount equal to the sum required to install and operate a comparable store in operation by said Board. There is further appropriated to the Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, after provision has been made for the other expenditures herein authorized, such sums as are or may be necessary to pur- chase the alcoholic beverages which are essential to maintain adequate stocks and inventory for an economic and successful sales operation. In addition to the above appropriation, it is further provided that, in the event any county or municipality of the state shall, during the fiscal period covered by this appropriation by proper referendum, authorize the legal sale of malt and brewed beverages within such county or municipality there is further appropriated, in addition to the amount herein set out, an amount comparable to that expended during the prior fiscal year for beer and license tax supervision within counties or municipalities of similar size and popu- lation. Provided further, that the amount appropriated herein shall be reduced in like manner in the event any county or municipality wherein malt and brewed bever- ages are now authorized by law to be sold shall, during the fiscal period covered by this appropriation by proper referendum, declare unlawful the sale in such county or municipality of such malt or brewed beverages. Notwithstanding any other laws to the contrary, all revenue generated from bailment fees shall remain with the Board to be used for its operations. 7. Architects, Board for Regis- tration of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 527,500 527,500 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Fund for the Board for Registration of Architects . 527,500 As provided in Section 34-2-41, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Architects, Board for Registration of............... 527,500 527,500 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal 8. Archives and History, De- partment of: (a) Historical Resources Man- agement Program............. 1,664,750 614,666 2,279,416 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 1,664,750 (2) Archives Historical Col- lections Fund............... 1,000 In accordance with Section 41-6-71, Code of Alabama 1975. (3) Archives Memorial Fund ... 8,500 (4) Archives Services Fund ... 450,000 In accordance with Section 41-6-76, Code of Alabama 1975. (5) Federal Grants Fund ...... 155,166 Total Archives and History, Department of................. 1,664,750 614,666 2,279,416 9. Assisted Living Administra- tors, Alabama Board of Examin- ers of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 106,400 106,400 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama State Board of Examiners of Assisted Living Administrators Fund ........ 106,400 As provided in Sections 34-2A-1 through 34-2A-16, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Assisted Living Adminis- trators, Alabama Board of Ex- aminers of.................... 106,400 106,400 10. Athlete Agents Commission, Alabama: (a) Professional and Occupa- 51,623 51,623 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Athlete Agents Regulatory Commission Fund............. 51,623 As provided in Section 8-26A-31, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Athlete Agents Commis- sion, Alabama................. 51,623 51,623 11. Athletic Commission, Alabama: (a) Licensing, Regulation and Enforcement Program ........ 205,500 205,500 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama Boxing Commission Fund........................ 205,500 Total Athletic Commission, Alabama....................... 205,500 205,500 12. Athletic Trainers, Alabama Board of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 84,000 84,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama Athletic Trainers Fund........................ 84,000 As provided in Section 34-40-14, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Athletic Trainers, Ala- bama Board of................. 84,000 84,000 13. Attorney General, Office of the: (a) Legal Advice and Legal Services Program............ 9,909,081 10,916,263 20,825,344 (b) Fair Marketing Practices Program..................... 1,010,019 1,000,000 2,010,019 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 10,919,100 (2) Attorney General Litiga- tion Support Fund .......... 1,000,000 In accordance with Section 36-15-4.2, Code of Alabama 1975. (3) Federal Funds............. 1,000,000 (4) Miscellaneous Receipts ... 9,916,263 Total Attorney General, Office of the........................ 10,919,100 11,916,263 22,835,363 The Attorney General shall have the authority to expend any funds transferred from the State Personnel Department. 14. Auctioneers, Alabama State Board of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 225,000 225,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State Board of Auctioneers Fund........................ 225,000 Total Auctioneers, Alabama State Board of................ 225,000 225,000 15. Auditor, State: (a) Fiscal Management Program . 914,651 914,651 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 914,651 Total Auditor, State ......... 914,651 914,651 16. Banking Department, State: (a) Charter, License and Regu- late Financial Institutions Program..................... 18,073,000 18,073,000 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Banking Assessment Fees .. 14,032,500 As provided in Section 5-2A-20, Code of Alabama 1975. (2) Loan Examination Fund .... 4,040,500 As provided in Sections 5-2A-24, 5-16-38.1, and 5-18-5, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Banking Department, State......................... 18,073,000 18,073,000 17. Bar Association, Alabama State: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 6,970,000 6,970,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Federal and Local Funds .. 1,000,000 As provided in Sections 34-3-17 and 34-3-18, Code of Alabama 1975. (2) State Bar Association Fund ............................ 5,970,000 As provided in Sections 34-3-4 and 34-3-44, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Bar Association, Alabama State......................... 6,970,000 6,970,000 18. Building Renovation Finance Authority, Alabama: (a) General Services Program . 1,461,248 1,461,248 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund - Transfer.................... 1,461,248 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Total Building Renovation Fi- nance Authority, Alabama ..... 1,461,248 1,461,248 Of the above appropriation, $716,528 shall be expended for operations and maintenance of the Alabama State House; and $744,720 shall be expended for the portion of ABRFA debt ser- vice that is attributable to the Alabama State House, in accordance with Section 29-2-202, Code of Alabama 1975. 19. Child Abuse and Neglect Pre- vention, State Department of: (a) Social Services Program .. 78,927 3,570,000 3,648,927 In accordance with Sections 26-16-1, et seq., Code of Ala- bama 1975. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund-Transfer............... 78,927 (2) Child Abuse Prevention Operating Fund.............. 3,570,000 Total Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, State Department of............................ 78,927 3,570,000 3,648,927 20. Children's Services Facilita- tion Team: (a) Human Services Program .. 547,800 547,800 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Departmental Receipts .... 547,800 As provided in Section 12-15-508, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Children's Services Fa- cilitation Team............... 547,800 547,800 21. Chiropractic Examiners, Ala- bama State Board of: SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 504,000 504,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama State Board of Chiropractic Examiner's Fund ............................ 504,000 As provided in Section 34-24-143, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Chiropractic Examiners, Alabama State Board of ....... 504,000 504,000 22. Choctawhatchee, Pea and Yel- low Rivers Watershed Manage- ment Authority: (a) Water Resource Development Program..................... 10,000 10,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Choctawhatchee, Pea and Yellow Rivers Fund ......... 10,000 Total Choctawhatchee, Pea and Yellow Rivers Watershed Man- agement Authority............. 10,000 10,000 23. Commerce, Department of: (a) Industrial Development Program..................... 5,039,344 350,000 5,389,344 Of the above appropriation, $75,000 shall be expended for the Robotics Technology Park. (b) Skills Enhancement and Employment Opportunities Program..................... 759,456 57,314,378 58,073,834 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 5,798,800 (2) Departmental Receipts .... 350,000 (3) Federal and Local Funds .. 57,314,378 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Total Commerce, Department of . 5,798,800 57,664,378 63,463,178 24. Conservation and Natural Re- sources, Department of: (a) State Land Management Pro- gram........................ 222,779,465 222,779,465 (b) Outdoor Recreation Sites and Services Program ....... 46,901,162 46,901,162 (c) Game and Fish Program .... 42,268,426 42,268,426 (d) Marine Resources Program . 14,055,266 14,055,266 (e) Administrative Services Program..................... 10,528,548 10,528,548 (f) Capital Outlay Program ... 17,457,028 17,457,028 The appropriation to the De- partment of Conservation and Natural Resources shall in- clude Alabama's pro rata share of the Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission's operat- ing expenses. The appropria- tion to the Department of Con- servation and Natural Re- sources includes funds for the maintenance, staff and repair of the Governor's official beach mansion. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Administrative Fund ...... 10,513,548 (2) BP Oil Funds.............. 18,588,290 (3) Forever Wild Trust Fund-Transfer............... 750,000 The funds hereinabove appro- priated shall be payable as provided in Sections 9-2-1, et seq., Code of Alabama 1975. (4) GOMESA, Estimated ........ 41,600,000 Of the above appropriation, $50,000 shall be transferred to the Department of Environ- mental Management to cover the SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal cost of coastal certification and consistency determinations associated with living shore- line projects. (5) Game and Fish Fund-Licenses, Fines, Fees, Interest Income and Other Departmental Receipts ...... 49,793,037 (6) Game and Fish Fund-Use Tax ............................ 30,000 (7) Marine Resources Fund-Licenses, Taxes, Fines and Other Departmental Re- ceipts...................... 13,547,266 (8) Marine Resources Fund-Use Tax......................... 8,000 Pursuant to Section 40-23-77, Code of Alabama 1975. (9) Parks Revolving Fund, Es- timated..................... 43,253,662 (10) RESTORE Act............ 146,201,479 (11) State Lands Fund ...... 18,604,696 (12) State Lands Fund-Coastal................ 1,000,000 Pursuant to Section 40-23-77, Code of Alabama 1975. (13) State Parks Fund ...... 1,599,917 (14) State Parks Fund, Esti- mated....................... 5,000,000 Pursuant to Section 40-23-35, Code of Alabama 1975. (15) State Parks Fund-Cigarette Tax ......... 3,000,000 (16) State Parks Fund-DOT Transfer.................... 500,000 Total Conservation and Natural Resources, Department of ..... 353,989,895 353,989,895 25. Construction Recruitment In- stitute, Alabama: SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (a) Recruitment, Training and Promotion Program .......... 1,750,000 1,750,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Recruitment and Training Promotion Fund.............. 1,750,000 Pursuant to Sections 41-10-720 through 41-10-726, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Construction Recruitment Institute, Alabama............ 1,750,000 1,750,000 26. Contractors, State Licensing Board for General: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 2,534,074 2,534,074 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State Licensing Board for General Contractors Fund ... 2,534,074 Pursuant to Section 34-8-25, Code of Alabama 1975. In addi- tion to the amount appropri- ated hereinabove to the State Licensing Board for General Contractors, there is hereby appropriated such an amount as may be necessary to pay the refund of any application for licenses which may have been rejected by the Board or ap- plication withdrawn at the request of the applicant. Total Contractors, State Li- censing Board for General .... 2,534,074 2,534,074 27. Corrections, Department of: (a) Administrative Services and Logistical Support Pro- gram........................ 22,718,508 22,718,508 (b) Institutional Services Corrections Program ........ 449,369,267 55,927,899 505,297,166 Of the above appropriation, SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal $14,000,000 from the State General Fund shall be used to fund the Community Corrections Program, of which $100,000 shall be expended for a pilot program to support small busi- ness development by ex offend- ers. Of the above appropria- tion, $6,500,000 shall be ex- pended for Therapeutic Educa- tion in Columbiana, Alabama. Of the above appropriation $4,700,000 shall be used to- wards the purchase and, if purchased, to operate the Perry County Correctional Cen- ter. (c) Correctional Industries Program..................... 25,928,491 25,928,491 The Department of Corrections shall not utilize any portion of its State General Fund ap- propriation to support the Correctional Agricultural and Industries Program. (d) Capital Outlay Program ... 2,000,000 2,000,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 472,087,775 (2) Correctional Agricultural Fund, Estimated............. 1,278,000 (3) Corrections Indus- tries-Other Funds .......... 26,650,491 The Commissioner of the De- partment of Corrections is authorized to utilize funds herein appropriated as match- ing contributions, where re- quired and appropriate, to generate additional funds which would effectively in- crease the appropriations for the Department of Corrections. Any such grant funds so gener- ated and in direct support for SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal the Department of Corrections' operations are also hereby appropriated. (4) DOC Miscellaneous and Fed- eral Funds, Estimated ...... 54,895,981 (5) Drug Demand Reduction Fund ............................ 1,031,918 In accordance with Section 13A-12-283, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Corrections, Department of............................ 472,087,775 83,856,390 555,944,165 It is the intent of the Legis- lature that $40,000,000 of the above appropriation shall be allocated to provide mental health services for mentally ill inmates upon certification by the Commissioner of the Department of Corrections to the State Finance Director that either of the following has occurred: (1)(a) the par- ties in Braggs v. Dunn, Civil Action No. 2:14cv601-MHT, have reached an agreement on the remaining issues pertaining to the provision of mental health services within the state prison system; (b) the federal court has approved the par- ties' agreement; and (c) the federal court has entered the agreement in the form of a consent decree, or (2) the federal court enters a final injunctive order pertaining to mental health claims asserted in Braggs v. Dunn. In addition to all other appropriations to the Department of Corrections, there is hereby conditionally appropriated to the Department of Corrections any receipts from the sale of Corrections assets which are deposited SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal into the State General Fund. This appropriation is condi- tioned upon proceeds from the sale of any Corrections assets being deposited into the State General Fund, the recommenda- tion of the Director of Fi- nance and the approval of the Governor. 28. Cosmetology and Barbering, Alabama Board of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 3,355,305 3,355,305 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama Board of Cosmetol- ogy and Barbering Fund ..... 3,355,305 As provided in Section 34-7B-6, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Cosmetology and Barber- ing, Alabama Board of ........ 3,355,305 3,355,305 29. Counseling, Alabama Board of Examiners in: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 507,528 507,528 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama Board of Examiners in Counseling Fund ......... 507,528 As provided in Section 34-8A-6, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Counseling, Alabama Board of Examiners in ........ 507,528 507,528 30. Court Reporting, Alabama Board of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 200,000 200,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (1) Alabama Board of Court Reporting Fund.............. 200,000 As provided in Section 34-8B-17, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Court Reporting, Alabama Board of...................... 200,000 200,000 31. Credit Union Administration, Alabama: (a) Charter, License and Regu- late Financial Institutions Program..................... 2,063,108 2,063,108 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama Credit Union Ad- ministration Fund .......... 2,063,108 As provided in Section 5-17-7, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Credit Union Administra- tion, Alabama................. 2,063,108 2,063,108 32. Crime Victims Compensation Commission, Alabama: (a) Special Services Program, Estimated................... 89,775 3,412,703 3,502,478 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund-Transfer............... 89,775 To be expended for the Victims of Crime and Leniency (VOCAL). (2) Alabama Crime Victims Com- pensation Commission Fund, Estimated................... 3,412,703 To be expended in accordance with Sections 15-23-1 through 15-23-23, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Crime Victims Compensa- tion Commission, Alabama ..... 89,775 3,412,703 3,502,478 33. Debt Service: SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (a) General Obligation Bonds, Estimated................... 36,010,522 18,893,913 54,904,435 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund, Trans- fer, Estimated.............. 36,010,522 (2) Alabama Capital Improve- ment Trust Fund Transfer, Estimated................... 18,893,913 Total Debt Service............ 36,010,522 18,893,913 54,904,435 The above appropriation shall be used to pay debt service on the following General Obliga- tion Bonds: Series 2010-B, Series 2010-C, Series 2013-A, Series 2013-B, Series 2013-C, Series 2014-A, Series 2016-A, Series 2016-B and Series 2016-C. In the event any of the above bonds are refunded or new General Obligation bonds are issued, debt service on these newly issued bonds may be paid from the appropri- ations made above from either the State General Fund or the Capital Improvement Trust Fund contingent upon the recommen- dation of the Director of Fi- nance and the approval of the Governor. 34. Dietetics/Nutrition Practice, Alabama State Board of Examin- ers for: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 150,000 150,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State Board of Dietet- ics/Nutrition Fund ......... 150,000 As provided in Section 34-34A-8, Code of Alabama 1975. SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Total Dietetics/Nutrition Practice, Alabama State Board of Examiners for.............. 150,000 150,000 35. District Attorneys: (a) Court Operations Program . 33,063,237 33,063,237 The proposed spending plan included in the above total is as follows: For use in the District Attor- ney's Office of the several Judicial Circuits, the amount of $19,574,505 shall be dis- tributed to a fund established by the State Department of Finance to be known as the District Attorneys Administra- tive Fund. The funds shall be allocated to the several judi- cial circuits based upon a formula established by the Alabama District Attorneys Association. Travel Expenses of District Attorneys ...19,000 Salaries of District Attorneys ...7,188,696 Salaries and Expenses of Su- pernumerary District Attorneys ...6,281,036 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 13,488,732 (2) State General Fund - Transfer.................... 19,574,505 Total District Attorneys ..... 33,063,237 33,063,237 36. Drycleaning Environmental Response Trust Fund Advisory Board, Alabama: (a) Self Insurance Program ... 500,000 500,000 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama Drycleaning Envi- ronmental Response Trust Fund........................ 500,000 Total Drycleaning Environmen- tal Response Trust Fund Advi- sory Board, Alabama .......... 500,000 500,000 As provided in Sections 22-30D-1 through 22-30D-12, Code of Alabama 1975. 37. Economic and Community Af- fairs, Alabama Department of: (a) Administrative Support Services Program............ 1,145,166 11,397,266 12,542,432 (b) Planning Program ......... 8,199,945 55,085,903 63,285,848 Of the above appropriation, $2,500,000 shall be expended for statewide Broadband Plan- ning Grants; $50,000 shall be expended for BRAC Montgomery; $50,000 shall be expended for BRAC Ft. Rucker; $50,000 shall be expended for Madison County BRAC; $50,000 shall be ex- pended for the Anniston Army Depot; and $30,000 shall be allocated to the Food Assis- tance Program through Commu- nity Action agencies in Marion and Winston Counties. It is the intent of the Legislature to provide from the Planning Program assistance to low-income and elderly citi- zens who live on fixed incomes for large increases in energy bills due to increases allowed by the Public Service Commis- sion. Of the above appropria- tion to the Planning Program, at least $1,396,768 shall be appropriated and disbursed among the twelve Regional Planning Commissions; $410,000 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal shall be expended for the Mil- itary Stabilization Committee; and $356,250 is to be expended for the Community Action Agen- cies and distributed as a grant to the Community Action Association of Alabama, which shall distribute the funds to the twenty-two recognized com- munity action administering agencies provided for in Sec- tions 11-96-1 through 11-96-6, Code of Alabama 1975, based on their populations below the poverty level. The Community Action Association of Alabama shall not expend more than ten percent of the funds for ad- ministrative expenses. Of the above appropriation, $141,750 shall be equally distributed to the members of the Main Street Alabama Program as of October 1, 2018. Of the above appropriation, $175,000 shall be allocated to the Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence; $60,000 shall be allocated to pay the State's membership dues for the South- ern Rails Commission; $8,978 shall be expended for the Ala- bama Women's Commission; $100,000 shall be allocated to provide matching funds to Walker County to assist with dilapidated public buildings and security in public build- ings; and $200,000 shall be expended for the Healthy Food Financing Initiative. (c) Energy Management Program . 493,445 58,097,343 58,590,788 Of the above appropriation, $89,000 shall be allocated to the Alabama Energy and Resi- dential Codes Board. (d) Law Enforcement Planning 474,859 83,200,000 83,674,859 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal and Development Program .... (e) Surplus Property Program . 510,253 1,925,853 2,436,106 (f) Water Resources Program .. 1,776,279 7,531,084 9,307,363 Of the above appropriation, $187,671 shall be transferred to the Coalition of Alabama Waterways Association to be expended equally for the Coosa-Alabama River Improve- ment Association, the Tri-Rivers Water Development Association, the Tennessee River Valley Association, the Warrior-Tombigbee Waterway Association, and the Tennes- see-Tombigbee Waterway Coun- cil. The above appropriation to the Water Resources Program shall include up to $538,650 to be expended on legal fees for the tri-state water liti- gation. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 12,599,947 (2) Administrative Transfers and Other Departmental Re- ceipts...................... 11,397,266 (3) Administrative Transfers from Federal-Donated Surplus Property Sales, Estimated .. 1,253,148 (4) Administrative Transfers from State-Owned Surplus Property Sales, Estimated .. 672,705 (5) Domestic Violence Trust Fund........................ 3,000,000 (6) Federal and Local Funds .. 187,489,330 (7) Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Fund ....... 7,000,000 (8) Neighbors Helping Neigh- bors Fund................... 25,000 (9) State Safety Coordinating 2,900,000 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Fund........................ (10) Traffic Safety Trust Fund........................ 3,500,000 Total Economic and Community Affairs, Alabama Department of .............................. 12,599,947 217,237,449 229,837,396 It is the intent of the Legis- lature that all grants shall follow the standard and proper grant process and shall meet all departmental guidelines. The Director of the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs shall report to the Chairs of the House Ways and Means-General Fund Committee and the Senate Fi- nance and Taxation-General Fund Committee and the Deputy Director of the Legislative Services Agency-Fiscal Divi- sion all funds and grants ex- pended specifically in areas with high unemployment and low personal income levels. The report shall detail the amount of funds available in each program and the amount of funds expended in these tar- geted areas. The Director of the Alabama Department of Eco- nomic and Community Affairs shall report within thirty days after the end of each quarter all grants made by the Department in the previous quarter to the Chairs of the House Ways and Means-General Fund Committee and the Senate Finance and Taxation-General Fund Committee and the Deputy Director of the Legislative Services Agency-Fiscal Divi- sion. The report shall include the recipient of the grant, the source of funds for each SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal grant, and the purpose of each grant. Each quarter's appro- priation to the Department of Economic and Community Affairs is contingent upon the receipt of the previous quarter's re- port. The Director of the Ala- bama Department of Economic and Community Affairs shall notify all members of the lo- cal legislative delegation five days prior to the an- nouncement of any grant made to any entity located in the legislative jurisdiction. The five days prior notice re- quirement shall be waived in the event of a declared emer- gency. The Governor shall en- courage the Department to dis- burse the funds provided herein on a nondiscriminatory basis. 38. Electrical Contractors, Board of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 925,000 925,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama Board of Electri- cal Contractors Fund ....... 925,000 As provided in Section 34-36-17, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Electrical Contractors, Board of...................... 925,000 925,000 39. Electronic Security Board of Licensure - Original, Alabama: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 636,000 636,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (1) Alabama Electronic Secu- rity Board of Licensure Fund ....................... 636,000 Total Electronic Security Board of Licensure - Original, Alabama....................... 636,000 636,000 40. Emergency Management Agency: (a) Readiness and Recovery Program..................... 4,077,879 61,293,559 65,371,438 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 4,077,879 (2) Federal - Operating Funds . 4,773,559 (3) Federal - Prior Year Di- saster Funds................ 56,100,000 (4) Local EMA Assistance Fund . 420,000 From the above appropriation, the amounts necessary to com- ply with the provisions of Sections 31-9-60 through 31-9-62, Code of Alabama 1975, are hereby appropriated and shall be expended for the pur- poses provided for in Section 31-9-62, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Emergency Management Agency........................ 4,077,879 61,293,559 65,371,438 Of the above appropriation, no more than $420,000 shall be expended as a transfer to County Emergency Management Agencies. 41. Employees' Suggestion Incen- tive Board, Alabama : (a) Employees' Suggestion In- centive Program............. 9,500 9,500 SOURCE OF FUNDS: SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (1) State General Fund ....... 9,500 Total Employees' Suggestion Incentive Board, Alabama .... 9,500 9,500 The Employees' Suggestion In- centive Board shall collabo- rate with the Department of Finance to ensure that all state employees are informed of the financial incentive awards available to state em- ployees whose adopted sugges- tions result in substantial financial savings or improve- ments in the efficiency of state operations pursuant to Section 36-1-7.1, Code of Ala- bama 1975. 42. Engineers and Land Surveyors, State Board of Licensure for Professional: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 1,497,851 1,497,851 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors Fund........................ 1,497,851 As provided in Section 34-11-36, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Engineers and Land Sur- veyors, State Board of Licensure for Professional ... 1,497,851 1,497,851 43. Environmental Management, Department of: (a) Environmental Management Program..................... 575,000 154,092,649 154,667,649 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund-Transfer............... 575,000 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal The above transfer shall be expended for the Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation (CAFO) Program. (2) Alabama Recycling Fund ... 3,325,000 In accordance with Sections 22-27-17 and 22-27-18, Code of Alabama 1975. (3) Departmental Receipts .... 717,725 (4) Environmental Management Fines and Fees.............. 30,451,363 As provided in Section 22-22A-11, Code of Alabama 1975. (5) Federal Funds............. 24,398,800 (6) Federal Match-Public Water Authority................... 12,000,000 (7) Federal Match-Water Pollu- tion Control Authority ..... 25,943,484 (8) Hazardous Substance Cleanup Fund................ 493,966 As provided in Sections 22-30A-3 through 22-30A-11, Code of Alabama 1975. (9) Pollution Control Grant Fund........................ 600,000 As provided in Section 22-22A-16, Code of Alabama 1975. (10) Public Water SRF Admin- istrative Fees.............. 1,604,345 (11) SRF Administrative Fees ............................ 3,725,966 As provided in Section 22-34-3, Code of Alabama 1975. (12) Scrap Tire Fund ....... 6,600,000 As provided in Section 22-40A-15, Code of Alabama 1975. SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (13) Scrap Tire Fund-Transfer............... 1,610,000 As provided in Section 22-40A-22, Code of Alabama 1975. (14) Solid Waste Fund ...... 3,325,000 In accordance with Sections 22-27-17 and 22-27-18, Code of Alabama 1975. (15) Underground and Above- ground Storage Tank Trust Fund........................ 36,800,000 As provided in Section 22-35-5, Code of Alabama 1975. The above appropriation shall be conditioned upon the expen- diture of such funds solely for the purposes provided for in Chapter 35 of Title 22, Code of Alabama 1975. (16) Underground and Above- ground Storage Tank Trust Fund-Transfer............... 2,497,000 As provided in Section 22-35-9, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Environmental Manage- ment, Department of .......... 575,000 154,092,649 154,667,649 44. Ethics Commission, Alabama: (a) Regulation of Public Offi- cials and Employees Program . 2,025,326 2,025,326 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund, Esti- mated....................... 2,025,326 Total Ethics Commission, Ala- bama.......................... 2,025,326 2,025,326 As provided in Section 36-25-29, Code of Alabama 1975. The minimum appropria- tion provision shall include the reversion reappropriated SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal amount, if any. 45. Finance, Department of: (a) Fiscal Management Program . 1,976,825 17,485,901 19,462,726 (b) Administrative Support Services Program............ 1,600,186 83,316,959 84,917,145 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 3,351,333 (2) State General Fund - Transfer.................... 225,678 (3) ABRFA Wynfield Special Revenue Fund................ 25,000 (4) Accounting and Administra- tion Fund................... 2,850,000 (5) Capitol Complex Mainte- nance and Repair Fund, Esti- mated....................... 30,908,381 (6) Comptroller Revolving Fund, Estimated............. 6,422,592 (7) Craft Training Fund, Esti- mated....................... 2,000,000 (8) Debt Management Fund, Es- timated..................... 549,647 (9) Education Liability Trust Fund-Administration ........ 535,000 (10) Employee Injury Compen- sation Trust Fund-Administration ........ 4,004,097 As provided in Sections 36-29A-1, et seq., Code of Alabama 1975. (11) Finance Director's Re- volving Fund................ 970,000 (12) General Liability Trust Fund-Administration ........ 1,023,371 As provided in Sections 36-1-6.1, et seq., Code of Alabama 1975. SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (13) Legal Revolving Fund .. 1,795,333 (14) Mail and Supply Revolv- ing Fund, Estimated ........ 11,000,000 (15) Office of Indigent De- fense Services Fund, Esti- mated....................... 1,167,551 (16) Personnel Revolving Fund........................ 477,950 (17) Real Property Manage- ment Fund, Estimated ....... 5,309,635 (18) State Business Systems Fund, Estimated............. 21,748,200 (19) State Insurance Fund-Administration ........ 4,489,992 As provided in Sections 41-15-1, et seq., Code of Ala- bama 1975. (20) State Procurement Fund, Estimated................... 5,526,111 Total Finance, Department of . 3,577,011 100,802,860 104,379,871 46. Flexible Employees Benefit Board: (a) Fringe Benefits Program, Estimated................... 1,771,231 1,771,231 In accordance with Sections 36-29-20 through 36-29-30, Code of Alabama 1975. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Flexible Employees Benefit Board Fund, Estimated ...... 1,771,231 Total Flexible Employees Bene- fit Board..................... 1,771,231 1,771,231 47. Forensic Sciences, Department of: (a) Forensic Science Services Program..................... 11,696,118 15,979,547 27,675,665 SOURCE OF FUNDS: SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (1) State General Fund ....... 11,696,118 (2) Chemical Test Fund ....... 1,041,923 As provided in Sections 36-18-51 and 32-5A-191, Code of Alabama 1975. (3) DNA Fund.................. 10,815,624 (4) Federal and Local Funds .. 2,222,000 (5) Forensic Services Fund ... 1,900,000 As provided in Sections 36-18-6 through 36-18-8, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Forensic Sciences, De- partment of................... 11,696,118 15,979,547 27,675,665 48. Foresters, Alabama State Board of Registration for: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 200,000 200,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Professional Foresters Fund........................ 200,000 As provided in Section 34-12-36, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Foresters, Alabama State Board of Registration for .... 200,000 200,000 49. Forestry Commission, Alabama: (a) Forest Resources Protec- tion and Development Program ............................ 7,646,401 12,397,011 20,043,412 Of the above appropriation to the Alabama Forestry Commis- sion, $1,141,910 shall be used for rural and community fire protection. All monies re- ceived by the Forestry Commis- sion for Volunteer Fire De- SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal partments or Rural Fire Pro- tection, from whatever source, must be used for those pur- poses and an accounting of same shall be filed with both houses of the Legislature be- fore the third legislative day of the following regular ses- sion. The State Forester shall notify all members of the lo- cal legislative delegation five days prior to the presen- tation of any funds to any of the Volunteer Fire Departments within that legislative dis- trict. The State Forester shall make every effort to involve the members of the local legislative delegation who wish to participate in the presentation of each grant. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund-Transfer............... 7,646,401 (2) Emergency Forest Fire Fund, Estimated............. 180,000 The above appropriation from the Emergency Forest Fire Fund shall be conditioned as pro- vided by Section 9-3-10.1, Code of Alabama 1975. (3) Federal and Local Funds .. 4,818,000 (4) Forestry Commission Fund . 7,399,011 Total Forestry Commission, Alabama....................... 7,646,401 12,397,011 20,043,412 50. Forever Wild Land Trust, Board of Trustees: (a) Capital Outlay Program ... 10,106,788 10,106,788 (b) Administrative Services Program..................... 6,871,115 6,871,115 Of the above appropriation to the Administrative Services SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Program, an amount equal to 15% of capital outlay expendi- tures shall be transferred to the Forever Wild Land Trust Stewardship Account, in accor- dance with Constitutional Amendment No. 543, adopted pursuant to Act 91-219. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Forever Wild Land Trust Fund........................ 16,977,903 Total Forever Wild Land Trust, Board of Trustees............. 16,977,903 16,977,903 The above appropriation is in accordance with Constitutional Amendment No. 543, adopted pursuant to Act 91-219. 51. Forever Wild Trust Fund, Stewardship Board: (a) Alabama Natural Heritage Program..................... 1,500,000 1,500,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Forever Wild Trust Fund Stewardship Fund............ 1,500,000 Total Forever Wild Trust Fund, Stewardship Board............. 1,500,000 1,500,000 52. Funeral Service, Alabama Board of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 469,455 469,455 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama Funeral Directors and Embalmers Fund ......... 469,455 As provided in Section 34-13-23, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Funeral Service, Alabama Board of...................... 469,455 469,455 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal 53. Geological Survey: (a) Discovery and Development of Mineral, Energy and Water Resources, Geologic Research and Topographic Mapping Pro- gram........................ 3,260,919 3,101,708 6,362,627 Of the above appropriation, $802,750 shall be expended for the State Water Assessment Program in coordination with the Office of Water Resources. The above appropriation shall also include $235,661 for the Choctawhatchee, Pea and Yellow Rivers Watershed Management Authority, which shall be a program under the State Geolo- gist of the Geological Survey of Alabama acting in consulta- tion with the Authority. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 3,260,919 (2) Federal and Local Funds .. 3,101,708 Total Geological Survey ...... 3,260,919 3,101,708 6,362,627 54. Geologists, Alabama Board of Licensure for Professional: (a) Discovery and Development of Mineral, Energy and Water Resources, Geologic Research and Topographic Mapping Pro- gram........................ 75,000 75,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama Board of Licensure for Professional Geologists Fund........................ 75,000 As provided in Section 34-41-6, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Geologists, Alabama Board of Licensure for Profes- sional........................ 75,000 75,000 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal 55. Governor's Contingency Fund: (a) Executive Direction Pro- gram........................ 74,336 74,336 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 74,336 Total Governor's Contingency Fund.......................... 74,336 74,336 Each expenditure from the Con- tingency Fund, the purpose of each expenditure, and to whom each payment was made shall be reported on Open.Alabama.gov. The Governor shall report monthly to the Chair of the House Ways and Means General Fund Committee, the Chair of the Senate Finance and Taxa- tion-General Fund Committee and the Deputy Director of the Legislative Services Agency-Fiscal Division each expenditure from the Contin- gency Fund, the purpose of each expenditure, and to whom each payment was made. 56. Governor's Mansion Authority: (a) Historical Resources Man- agement Program............. 138,904 360,000 498,904 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund - Transfer.................... 138,904 (2) Governor's Mansion Preser- vation Fund................. 360,000 Total Governor's Mansion Au- thority....................... 138,904 360,000 498,904 57. Governor's Office: (a) Executive Direction Pro- gram........................ 869,547 122,653 992,200 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 869,547 (2) BP Oil Funds.............. 122,653 Total Governor's Office ...... 869,547 122,653 992,200 58. Governor's Office of Minority Affairs: (a) Executive Direction Pro- gram........................ 500,000 500,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 500,000 Total Governor's Office of Minority Affairs.............. 500,000 500,000 59. Governor's Office on Disabil- ity: (a) Executive Direction Pro- gram........................ 150,960 150,960 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 150,960 Total Governor's Office on Disability.................... 150,960 150,960 60. Health, Department of Public: (a) Administrative Services Program..................... 5,641,997 24,806,861 30,448,858 (b) Children's Health Insur- ance Program................ 221,681,584 221,681,584 (c) Public Health Services Program..................... 29,283,643 495,701,671 524,985,314 Of the above appropriation, $1,100,000 shall be expended SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal for the Prescription Drug Mon- itoring Program; $40,000 shall be expended for the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Association for the Re- gional Certified Clinic; and $500,000 shall be expended for the Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program. Of the above appropriation, at least $2,500,000 shall be ex- pended for the Alabama Drug Assistance Program and other AIDS programs; $170,000 shall be expended for Hepatitis A and B vaccines to be provided to adults; $225,000 shall be expended for prostate screen- ing and colorectal cancer screening; $225,000 shall be transferred to the Kidney Foundation for dialysis pa- tient transportation; $265,000 shall be expended for the Ala- bama Cancer Research Consor- tium; $50,000 shall be ex- pended for Kid One Transport; and $215,000 shall be expended for the Association of Free Clinics and shall be distrib- uted to the Association based upon an approved plan for ex- penditures submitted to the Alabama Department of Public Health. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 34,925,640 (2) Cigarette Tax-$0.01 and $0.02....................... 5,126,296 As provided in Sections 40-25-2 and 40-25-23, Code of Alabama 1975. (3) Controlled Substance Data- base Fund................... 545,572 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (4) Emergency Medical Fund ... 136,881 (5) Federal Funds............. 294,872,702 (6) Federal Funds - CHIP ..... 221,681,584 (7) Hospital Licenses Fund ... 1,904,830 (8) Local Health Departments Fund........................ 169,489,361 (9) Milk Processing Fund ..... 132,409 (10) Miscellaneous Funds ... 37,305,468 (11) Plan Review Fund ...... 728,642 (12) Public Health Manage- ment Entity Fund............ 50,730 (13) Radiation Safety Fund . 2,926,496 (14) Vital Statistics Fund . 7,289,145 Total Health, Department of Public........................ 34,925,640 742,190,116 777,115,756 The Department of Public Health will reimburse the Ala- bama Medicaid Agency the state match necessary to cover in- creased revenues for services as a result of fee increases. The Department of Public Health will be responsible to the Alabama Medicaid Agency for any disallowance of Public Health Department costs as a result of federal or state audits. In addition to the above appropriations to the Department of Public Health, there is hereby appropriated such funds as become available from the Penny Trust Fund for the fiscal year ending Septem- ber 30, 2019, pursuant to Sec- tion 41-15A-2, Code of Alabama 1975, and Constitutional Amendment No. 512. SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal 61. Health Planning Agency, State: (a) Health Planning Develop- ment and Regulation Program . 6,999 1,500,000 1,506,999 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 6,999 (2) Departmental Receipts .... 1,500,000 Total Health Planning Agency, State......................... 6,999 1,500,000 1,506,999 62. Hearing Instrument Dealers, Alabama Board of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 54,000 54,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Hearing Instrument Dealers Fund........................ 54,000 As provided in Section 34-14-33, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Hearing Instrument Deal- ers, Alabama Board of ........ 54,000 54,000 63. Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Contractors, Board of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 1,500,000 1,500,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Heating and Air Condition- ing Contractors Fund ....... 1,500,000 As provided in Sections 34-31-18 through 34-31-34, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Heating, Air Condition- ing, and Refrigeration Con- tractors, Board of............ 1,500,000 1,500,000 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal 64. Historical Commission, Ala- bama: (a) Historical Resources Man- agement Program............. 1,873,652 5,339,335 7,212,987 (b) Capital Outlay Program ... 1,682,722 1,682,722 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund-Transfer............... 1,873,652 The above appropriation shall be distributed as follows: Historical Com- mission, Ala- bama .......... 1,461,814 Historical Com- mission, Ala- bama - Gover- nor's Mansion and State Capitol ....... 111,838 Brierfield Ironworks His- torical State Park 50,000 Historic Blakeley Au- thority 50,000 Historic Fendall Hall-Eufaula 50,000 Historic Iron- works Commis- sion, Alabama 50,000 St. Stephens Historical Com- mission 50,000 Tannehill Iron- works Histori- cal State Park 50,000 (2) Alabama State Historical Preservation Fund-Departmental Receipts . 5,104,973 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (3) BP Oil Spill Funds ....... 5,522 (4) Federal and Local Funds .. 1,295,487 (5) Soldiers Fund............. 616,075 As provided in Section 40-8-3, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Historical Commission, Alabama....................... 1,873,652 7,022,057 8,895,709 65. Home Builders Licensure Board: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 4,175,750 4,175,750 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Home Builders Licensure Board Fund.................. 2,475,750 In accordance with Sections 34-14A-1 through 34-14A-17, Code of Alabama 1975. (2) Home Builders Licensure Board Recovery Fund ........ 700,000 (3) Home Builders Property Acquisition Fund............ 1,000,000 Total Home Builders Licensure Board......................... 4,175,750 4,175,750 66. Home Medical Equipment Ser- vices Providers, Board of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 350,000 350,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Home Medical Equipment Services Fund............... 350,000 In accordance with Sections 34-14C-1 to 34-14C-8, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Home Medical Equipment Services Providers, Board of . 350,000 350,000 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal 67. Human Resources, Department of: (a) Human Services Program ... 65,616,331 1,876,667,317 1,942,283,648 Of the above appropriation from the State General Fund, $200,000 shall be expended for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Alabama and $900,000 of the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) funds shall be expended exclusively to con- tract with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Alabama for TANF ap- proved programs. The Boys and Girls Clubs of Alabama shall provide reports and/or infor- mation, per the Department's request, and/or contract to enhance accountability of any TANF funds. The Department shall provide to the Chairs of the House Ways and Means Gen- eral Fund Committee and the Senate Finance and Taxa- tion-General Fund Committee a report on the individual con- tracts and amounts expended. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund-Transfer............... 65,616,331 Of the above appropriation, $900,000 is to be expended for the Alabama Network of Chil- dren's Advocacy Centers, and $150,000 shall be distributed to the Alabama CASA Network, Inc. to be expended for Court-Appointed Special Advo- cate (CASA) Programs. (2) ABC Profits............... 440,508 (3) Beer Tax, Estimated ...... 11,054,585 (4) Child Support Collections, Estimated................... 7,296,496 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (5) Child Support Interest and Fees, Estimated............. 350,000 (6) Cigarette Tax, Estimated . 2,657,478 (7) Contractor's Gross Re- ceipts Tax, Estimated ...... 6,423,161 (8) Federal and Local Funds .. 1,711,848,003 (9) Fortified Wine, Estimated . 61,417 (10) Foster Care Trust Fund . 100,000 (11) Miscellaneous Receipts, Estimated................... 9,244,677 (12) Pension Residue ....... 20,773,500 (13) Sales Tax.............. 1,322,000 (14) Sales Tax for Food Stamps, Estimated .......... 57,000,000 In accordance with Section 40-23-35, Code of Alabama 1975. (15) Transfer from Facilita- tion Team Agencies, Esti- mated....................... 1,723,651 (16) Use Tax for Foster Care ............................ 500,000 (17) Whiskey Tax, Estimated . 45,871,841 Total Human Resources, Depart- ment of....................... 65,616,331 1,876,667,317 1,942,283,648 No funds from the sales tax for the issuance of food stamps shall be reverted by the Department of Human Re- sources to the Education Trust Fund. Any funds appropriated which are in excess of the amount needed to fund the food stamp program shall be re- tained by the Department and expended for direct services to children, including the TANF program. SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal 68. Indian Affairs Commission, Alabama: (a) Social Services Program .. 81,270 110,000 191,270 The above appropriation is to be expended in accordance with Sections 41-9-708, et seq., Code of Alabama 1975. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 81,270 (2) Federal and Local Funds .. 110,000 Total Indian Affairs Commis- sion, Alabama................. 81,270 110,000 191,270 69. Industrial Development Au- thority, State: (a) Industrial Development Program..................... 2,314,520 2,314,520 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama Capital Improve- ment Trust Fund............. 2,000,000 In accordance with Section 41-10-27.2, Code of Alabama 1975. (2) SIDA Application Fees Fund ............................ 314,520 Total Industrial Development Authority, State.............. 2,314,520 2,314,520 70. Information Technology, Of- fice of: (a) Administrative Support Services Program............ 575,586 84,739,056 85,314,642 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund - Transfer.................... 575,586 (2) Telephone Revolving Fund, Estimated................... 84,739,056 Total Information Technology, Office of..................... 575,586 84,739,056 85,314,642 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Pursuant to Sections 41-28-1, et seq., Code of Alabama 1975. 71. Insurance Board, State Em- ployees': (a) Administrative Support Services Program............ 8,231,768 8,231,768 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State Employees' Insurance Board Expense Fund ......... 8,231,768 Total Insurance Board, State Employees'.................... 8,231,768 8,231,768 72. Insurance, Department of: (a) Regulatory Services Pro- gram ....................... 1,000,000 33,632,434 34,632,434 Of the above appropriation from the State General Fund, $1,000,000 shall be expended for the Strengthen Alabama Homes Program. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 1,000,000 (2) Fire Marshal's Fund ...... 384,460 As provided in Sections 34-33-11, 8-17-211, and 8-17-255, Code of Alabama 1975. (3) Insurance Department Fund . 17,647,704 As provided in Section 27-2-39, Code of Alabama 1975. Of the above appropriation, the Commissioner of Insurance may transfer up to $5,000,000 to the Strengthen Alabama Homes Fund established pursu- ant to Section 27-31E-2, Code of Alabama 1975. (4) Insurance Fraud Unit Fund . 488,815 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal As provided in Sections 27-12A-1 through 27-12A-42, Code of Alabama 1975. (5) Reduced Cigarette Ignition Propensity Standards and Firefighter Protection Act Fund........................ 31,800 As provided in Section 8-17-272, Code of Alabama 1975. (6) Service Contract Fund .... 40,201 As provided in Section 8-32-3, Code of Alabama 1975. (7) Special Examination Re- volving Fund................ 10,039,454 (8) Strengthen Alabama Homes Fund........................ 5,000,000 As provided in Section 27-31E-2, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Insurance, Department of .............................. 1,000,000 33,632,434 34,632,434 73. Interior Design, Alabama State Board of Registration for: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 50,000 50,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Interior Design Fund ..... 50,000 As provided in Section 34-15B-12, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Interior Design, Alabama State Board of Registration for........................... 50,000 50,000 74. Interpreters and Translitera- tors, Alabama Licensure Board for: SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 55,000 55,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama Licensure Board for Interpreters and Trans- literators Fund............. 55,000 As provided in Section 34-16-9, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Interpreters and Trans- literators, Alabama Licensure Board for..................... 55,000 55,000 75. Labor, Department of: (a) Regulatory Services Pro- gram........................ 2,123,863 2,123,863 (b) Administrative Services Program..................... 150,000 20,650,908 20,800,908 (c) Employment Security Pro- gram........................ 70,221,684 70,221,684 (d) Industrial Safety and Ac- cident Prevention Program .. 816,589 12,578,273 13,394,862 Of the above appropriation, $100,000 shall be expended for the Mine Safety Inspection Program. (e) Regulation Workers' Com- pensation Program .......... 5,099,176 5,099,176 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 966,589 (2) Acid Mine Drainage Fund .. 1,746,449 (3) Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspection Fee Receipts .... 775,369 As provided in Section 25-12-18, Code of Alabama 1975. (4) Child Labor Fund ......... 289,495 (5) Elevator Safety Review Fee 1,167,236 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Receipts.................... As provided in Section 25-13-6, Code of Alabama 1975. (6) Employment Security Admin- istration Fund.............. 4,102,868 (7) Federal and Local Funds .. 86,661,487 (8) Professional Employer Or- ganization Registration Fund ............................ 99,176 (9) State Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation Fund............ 10,831,824 (10) Workers Compensation Administration Trust Fund .. 5,000,000 Total Labor, Department of ... 966,589 110,673,904 111,640,493 76. Landscape Architects, Board of Examiners of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 62,000 62,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Landscape Architects Fund . 62,000 As provided in Section 34-17-6, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Landscape Architects, Board of Examiners of ........ 62,000 62,000 77. Law Enforcement Agency, State: (a) Department of Public Safety Program.............. 39,260,259 31,218,716 70,478,975 Of the above appropriation, at least $3,200,000 shall be used for a state trooper class with at least 30 new state troop- ers. (b) State Bureau of Investiga- tion Program................ 38,204,825 38,204,825 (c) Administrative Bureau Pro- gram........................ 12,524,897 5,435,761 17,960,658 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (d) ALEA Support Services Pro- gram........................ 91,329,675 91,329,675 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund-Transfer............... 51,785,156 (2) DPS Automated Fingerprint Identification System ...... 4,668,174 (3) Federal and Local Funds .. 58,785,580 (4) Impaired Driving Preven- tion and Enforcement Fund .. 500,000 (5) Interlocked Ignition Indi- gent Fund................... 650,000 (6) Transfer from ABC Board Fund........................ 16,895,695 (7) Transfer from ABC Law En- forcement Seizure Fund ..... 200,000 (8) Transfer from ACJIS Auto- mation Fund................. 5,862,066 (9) Transfer from Highway Traffic Safety Fund ........ 37,750,000 (10) Transfer from Marine Police Fund................. 9,827,462 (11) Transfer from Public Road and Bridge Fund ....... 3,500,000 The above transfer from the Public Road and Bridge Fund may be used as provided in Section 32-2-84, Code of Ala- bama 1975. (12) Transfer from Public Road and Bridge Fund. ...... 25,000,000 In accordance with Constitu- tional Amendment 354. (13) Transfer from Public Safety Motor Vehicle Re- placement Fund.............. 350,000 (14) Transfer from Public Service Commission Fund, Estimated................... 1,000,000 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (15) Transfer from Revenue Administration Fund ........ 1,200,000 Total Law Enforcement Agency, State......................... 51,785,156 166,188,977 217,974,133 78. Lieutenant Governor, Office of the: (a) Legislative Operations and Support Program............. 400,000 400,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 400,000 Total Lieutenant Governor, Office of the................. 400,000 400,000 79. Liquefied Petroleum Gas Board: (a) Regulatory Services Pro- gram........................ 1,876,932 1,876,932 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Liquefied Petroleum Gas Board Fund.................. 1,676,932 (2) Liquefied Petroleum Gas Research and Education Fund . 200,000 Total Liquefied Petroleum Gas Board......................... 1,876,932 1,876,932 80. Manufactured Housing Commis- sion, Advisory Board: (a) Regulatory Services Pro- gram........................ 3,696,696 3,696,696 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama Manufactured Hous- ing Commission Fund ........ 3,696,696 As provided in Section 24-6-4, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Manufactured Housing Commission, Advisory Board ... 3,696,696 3,696,696 81. Marriage and Family Therapy, SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Board of Examiners in: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 100,000 100,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Board of Examiners in Mar- riage and Family Therapy Fund........................ 100,000 As provided in Section 34-17A-25, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Marriage and Family Therapy, Board of Examiners in .............................. 100,000 100,000 82. Massage Therapy, Alabama Board of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 225,000 225,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama Board of Massage Therapy Fund................ 225,000 As provided in Section 34-43-14, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Massage Therapy, Alabama Board of...................... 225,000 225,000 83. Medicaid Agency, Alabama: (a) Medical Assistance through Medicaid Program............ 755,204,019 6,344,491,682 7,099,695,701 Of the above appropriation, $50,000 shall be expended for the Dental Services Project for handicapped/indigent pa- tients. Of the above appropri- ation, $500,000 shall be ex- pended for a pilot program between the University Medical Center (UMC) and Tuscaloosa Fire and Rescue Service in SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal which UMC hires advanced prac- tice providers to work on ex- isting Alternative Response (AR) units with paramedics to divert low-acuity patients away from ambulance transport to the emergency department. The Medicaid Agency will reim- burse the Department of Public Health for actual costs (in compliance with OMB Circular A-87 and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services guide- lines) for services provided. The Department of Public Health shall transfer to the Medicaid Agency the state funds attributable to the dif- ference between their costs and Medicaid's routine reim- bursement fee. The Medicaid Agency shall continue to pro- vide hospice benefits through fiscal year 2019 and ensure that benefits are administered to medically appropriate indi- viduals. The Medicaid Agency shall make every effort to maintain level funding for the adult prosthetic and orthotic program in fiscal year 2019. Any requirements for prior authorization of antipsychotic drugs will be for the limited purpose of managing off-label utilization. It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation made herein to the Alabama Medicaid Agency be utilized in such a manner to provide open access with no prior authorization for medi- cations prescribed according to FDA approved indications for mental illness and HIV/AIDS. The Alabama Medicaid Agency shall not pay for a generic drug that is more ex- SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal pensive than its brand name drug, net of rebates. The Ala- bama Medicaid Agency shall make reasonable efforts to continue the PACE program. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 755,204,019 (2) Alabama Health Care Trust Fund, Estimated............. 385,174,162 (3) Certified Public Expendi- tures, Estimated............ 4,060,384 (4) Court Ordered Settlements . 126,879 (5) Departmental Receipts, Estimated................... 9,969,979 (6) Drug Rebates, Estimated .. 117,521,234 (7) Federal Stimulus Funds - HIE, Estimated.............. 19,801,939 (8) Federal and Local Funds .. 5,051,160,817 (9) Intergovernmental Trans- fers, Estimated............. 385,138,039 (10) Transfer from Depart- ment of Human Resources .... 35,086,706 (11) Transfer from Depart- ment of Mental Health ...... 159,202,511 (12) Transfer from Depart- ment of Public Health ...... 19,704,459 (13) Transfer from Depart- ment of Rehabilitation Ser- vices....................... 6,481,698 (14) Transfer from Depart- ment of Senior Services .... 23,724,853 (15) Transfer from Depart- ment of Youth Services ..... 5,409,359 (16) Transfer from Medicaid Trust Fund, Estimated ...... 29,586,496 (17) Transfer from Public Schools, Estimated ......... 39,862,166 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (18) Unencumbered Balance Brought Forward, Estimated . 52,480,001 Total Medicaid Agency, Alabama .............................. 755,204,019 6,344,491,682 7,099,695,701 84. Mental Health, Department of: (a) Institutional Treatment and Care of Mental Illness Program..................... 62,524,204 297,138,601 359,662,805 (b) Substance Abuse Program .. 3,422,000 47,486,338 50,908,338 Of the above appropriation, $135,000 shall be expended for substance abuse prevention services in Calhoun County. (c) Administrative Services Program..................... 3,536,050 27,751,547 31,287,597 (d) Special Services Program . 2,494,320 17,263,370 19,757,690 The Department shall expend at least $60,000 to support the mission and subsequent recom- mendations of the Alabama In- teragency Autism Coordinating Council as approved by the Commissioner of the Department of Mental Health and the amount of $310,000 shall be expended for substance abuse prevention services, in the event that such services are not funded with federal funds. (e) Institutional Treatment and Care of Intellectually Disabled Program............ 46,365,797 463,084,006 509,449,803 Of the above appropriation, at least $4,750,000 shall be used for services to Medicaid-eligible children and youth with severe emotional disturbance or autism spectrum disorder. The funding provided in this act shall be combined with funding provided in the SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Education Trust Fund appropri- ations act so that a total of at least $11,000,000 in state funds is allocated for ser- vices to those Medicaid-eligible children and youth. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund-Transfer............... 118,342,371 (2) Cigarette Tax............. 5,011,610 (3) Departmental Receipts .... 1,500,000 (4) Federal and Local Funds, Estimated................... 637,719,601 (5) Indigent Offender Alco- hol/Drug Treatment Fund .... 115,000 (6) Other Income.............. 6,217,299 (7) Special Mental Health Trust Fund, Estimated ...... 202,160,352 For operations and maintenance of the Department of Mental Health and Intellectually Dis- abled Community Programs, in- cluding the purchase of drugs for medically indigent mental patients not hospitalized at the time of receiving drugs at Alabama state hospitals. Total Mental Health, Depart- ment of....................... 118,342,371 852,723,862 971,066,233 It is the intent of the Legis- lature that the Department maximize its efforts to pro- vide intellectual disabilities services in order to reduce the number of clients on the waiting list to receive intel- lectual disabilities services. It is the intent of the Legis- lature that the Department notify the members of each SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal local legislative delegation (whenever possible) prior to grants being awarded in each legislative district. The De- partment shall notify the leg- islative delegation of the amount of the grant, the re- cipient of the grant, and the date the grant is to be awarded. ID/DD provider rates shall be funded the same as in effect as of the end of fiscal year 2016 with the exception that an additional $575,000 in state funding added to in- crease provider rates in fis- cal year 2017. 85. Military Department: (a) Military Operations Pro- gram........................ 7,663,178 7,663,178 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund-Active Military Service............ 3,222 (2) State General Fund-One for One Program................. 313,334 (3) State General Fund-Operations............. 6,436,605 (4) State General Fund-Quarterly Allowances Headquarters................ 897,084 (5) State General Fund-State Defense Force............... 12,933 Total Military Department .... 7,663,178 7,663,178 86. Military Department - Armory Commission of Alabama: (a) Military Operations Pro- gram........................ 80,679,782 80,679,782 (b) Capital Outlay Program ... 4,500,000 4,500,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Federal and Local Funds .. 84,549,782 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (2) Military Department Bil- leting Revolving Fund, Esti- mated....................... 630,000 Total Military Department - Armory Commission of Alabama . 85,179,782 85,179,782 The funds hereinabove appro- priated to the Armory Commis- sion shall be payable from funds in the State Treasury to the credit of the Armory Com- mission, and the appropriation hereinabove made includes the appropriation made for the care, maintenance and con- struction of facilities; pro- vided, however, that the last federal government service contract reimbursement shall not revert to the State Gen- eral Fund. 87. Music Hall of Fame Board, Alabama: (a) Fine Arts Program ........ 438,616 438,616 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Music Hall of Fame Fund, Estimated................... 438,616 Total Music Hall of Fame Board, Alabama................ 438,616 438,616 88. Nursing Home Administrators, Board of Examiners of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 118,000 118,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Board of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators Fund........................ 118,000 As provided in Section 34-20-7, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Nursing Home Administra- tors, Board of Examiners of .. 118,000 118,000 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal 89. Occupational Therapy, Alabama State Board of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 228,390 228,390 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Board of Occupational Therapy Fund................ 228,390 As provided in Section 34-39-6, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Occupational Therapy, Alabama State Board of ....... 228,390 228,390 90. Oil and Gas Board: (a) Management and Regulation of Oil and Gas Exploration and Development Program .... 2,303,420 754,321 3,057,741 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 2,303,420 (2) Oil and Gas Board Special Fund........................ 714,321 (3) Surety Bond Deposits, Es- timated..................... 40,000 As provided in Section 9-17-6, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Oil and Gas Board ...... 2,303,420 754,321 3,057,741 91. Onsite Wastewater Board, Ala- bama: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 485,000 485,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama Onsite Wastewater Fund........................ 485,000 As provided in Section 34-21A-6, Code of Alabama 1975. SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Total Onsite Wastewater Board, Alabama....................... 485,000 485,000 92. Pardons and Paroles, Board of: (a) Administration of Pardons and Paroles Program ........ 46,423,592 13,056,020 59,479,612 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 46,423,592 (2) Probationers Upkeep Fund, Estimated................... 13,056,020 As provided in Section 15-22-2, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Pardons and Paroles, Board of...................... 46,423,592 13,056,020 59,479,612 93. Peace Officers' Annuity and Benefit Fund Board, Alabama: (a) Retirement Systems Program ............................ 703,775 703,775 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Peace Officers' Annuity and Benefit Fund............ 703,775 As provided in Section 36-21-66, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Peace Officers' Annuity and Benefit Fund Board, Ala- bama.......................... 703,775 703,775 94. Personnel Department, State: (a) Administrative Support Services Program............ 250,000 12,000,000 12,250,000 Transfers to the State Person- nel Department shall be as follows: Counseling, Alabama Board of Examiners in ...1,104 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Credit Union Administration ...4,417 Crime Victims Compensation Commission, Alabama ...11,779 Dietetics and Nutrition Prac- tice, State Board of Examiners for ...368 Economic and Community Af- fairs, Department of ...60,000 Education, Department of ...299,265 Educational Television Commis- sion ...12,147 Emergency Management Agency, Alabama ...31,657 Engineers and Land Surveyors, State Board of Licensure of Professional ...2,577 Environmental Management, De- partment of ...216,442 Ethics Commission, Alabama ...5,890 Examiners of Public Accounts ...57,423 Finance, Department of ...136,565 Forensic Sciences, Department of ...80,614 Forestry Commission, Alabama ...84,663 Foresters, Alabama State Board of Registration for ...736 Funeral Service, Alabama Board of ...1,472 General Contractors, State Licensing Board for ...5,890 Geological Survey ...20,245 Governor's Office ...19,509 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Health, Department of Public ...1,055,709 Health Planning and Develop- ment Agency, State ...4,049 Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Contractors, Board of ...4,417 Historical Commission, Alabama ...23,558 Home Builders Licensure Board ...5,890 Human Resources, Department of ...1,526,875 Indian Affairs Commission ...1,104 Agricultural Museum Board ...1,104 Early Childhood Education ...48,221 Tax Tribunal, Alabama ...1,472 Governor's Mansion Authority ...1,472 Psychology, Alabama Board of Examiners in ...368 Insurance, Department of ...54,847 Judicial Inquiry Commission ...1,840 Labor, Department of ...319,510 Liquefied Petroleum Gas Board ...3,681 Manufactured Housing Commis- sion, Alabama ...8,466 Medicaid Agency, Alabama ...212,025 Mental Health, Department of ...446,872 Military Department ...123,313 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Nursing, Alabama Board of ...20,982 Nursing Home Administrators, Board of Examiners of ...368 Occupational Therapy, Board of ...368 Oil and Gas Board ...11,411 Onsite Wastewater Board ...2,577 Pardons and Paroles, Board of ...216,074 Peace Officers' Annuity and Benefit Fund, Alabama ...1,104 Peace Officers' Standards and Training Commission, Alabama ...1,840 Physical Fitness, Commission on ...1,472 Physical Therapy, Board of ...1,104 Plumbers and Gas Fitters Exam- ining Board ...6,626 Polygraph Examiners, Board of ...368 Port Authority, Alabama State ...62,577 Public Education Employees' Health Insurance Board (PEEHIP) ...13,988 Public Library Service, Ala- bama ...11,043 Public Service Commission ...25,031 Real Estate Appraisers Board, Alabama ...2,577 Real Estate Commission, Ala- bama ...12,147 Agricultural and Conservation Development Commission ...736 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Agriculture and Industries, Department of ...124,049 Alcoholic Beverage Control Board ...307,363 Architects, Board for Regis- tration of ...1,472 Archives and History, Depart- ment of ...19,509 Arts, Alabama State Council on the ...6,258 Attorney General, Office of the ...57,423 Auditor, State ...3,313 Banking Department, State ...39,755 Transportation, Alabama De- partment of (Contract Team) ...1,000,000 Youth Services, Department of ...163,068 Women's Commission ...368 Assisted Living Administra- tors, Alabama Board of Examin- ers of ...368 Commerce, Department of ...24,295 State Law Enforcement Agency ...467,486 Office of Information Technol- ogy ...46,012 Rehabilitation Services, De- partment of ...290,062 Retirement Systems ...120,737 Revenue, Department of ...407,118 Secretary of State ...14,724 Securities Commission ...20,982 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Senior Services, Department of ...15,828 Social Work Examiners, Alabama State Board of ...1,472 Soil and Water Conservation Committee, State ...2,209 Speech Pathology and Audiol- ogy, Alabama Board of Examin- ers for ...736 State Employees' Insurance Board ...20,982 Surface Mining Commission, Alabama ...7,730 Tourism Department, Alabama ...25,767 Transportation, Alabama De- partment of ...1,596,078 Treasurer, State ...11,411 Veterans Affairs, Department of ...14,724 Veterinary Medical Examiners, Alabama State Board of ...1,840 Corrections, Department of (Contract Team) ...140,343 Child Abuse and Neglect Pre- vention, Department of ...5,521 Chiropractic Examiners, Ala- bama State Board of ...2,209 Choctawhatchee, Pea and Yellow Rivers Watershed Management Authority ...1,104 Conservation and Natural Re- sources, Department of ...472,639 Corrections, Department of ...1,265,525 Cosmetology, Alabama Board of ...9,571 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 250,000 (2) State Agency Collections . 12,000,000 Total Personnel Department, State......................... 250,000 12,000,000 12,250,000 The above appropriation to the State Personnel Department includes funds for the payroll function and the personnel system upgrade which will ac- company the upgrade of the state financial management system. The above appropria- tions for the contract teams of the Department of Correc- tions, Department of Transpor- tation, Department of Labor, and Department of Rehabilita- tion Services are for an esti- mated amount as agreed upon by the State Personnel Department and said departments for model work teams. 95. Physical Therapy, Board of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 637,231 637,231 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Physical Therapist Fund .. 637,231 As provided in Section 34-24-195, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Physical Therapy, Board of............................ 637,231 637,231 96. Plumbers and Gas Fitters Ex- amining Board: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 2,182,040 2,182,040 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Board of Plumbers and Gas Fitters Examiners Fund ..... 2,182,040 As provided in Section 34-37-5, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Plumbers and Gas Fitters Examining Board............... 2,182,040 2,182,040 97. Polygraph Examiners, Board of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 30,000 30,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Board of Polygraph Examin- ers Fund.................... 30,000 As provided in Section 34-25-5, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Polygraph Examiners, Board of...................... 30,000 30,000 98. Private Investigation Board, Alabama: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 125,000 125,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Private Investigation Board Fund.................. 125,000 As provided in Section 34-25B-7, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Private Investigation Board, Alabama................ 125,000 125,000 99. Prosecution Services, Office of: (a) Prosecution, Training, Education and Management Program..................... 728,349 2,201,221 2,929,570 SOURCE OF FUNDS: SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (1) State General Fund ....... 728,349 (2) Office of Prosecution Ser- vices Fund.................. 1,401,221 (3) Victim Service Officer Funds....................... 800,000 Total Prosecution Services, Office of..................... 728,349 2,201,221 2,929,570 100. Prosthetists and Ortho- tists, Alabama State Board of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 250,000 250,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State Board of Prosthetists and Orthotists Fund........................ 250,000 Total Prosthetists and Ortho- tists, Alabama State Board of . 250,000 250,000 In accordance with Sections 34-25A-1 through 34-25A-14, Code of Alabama 1975. 101. Psychology, Alabama Board of Examiners in: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 403,739 403,739 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Board of Examiners in Psy- chology Fund................ 403,739 As provided in Section 34-26-43, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Psychology, Alabama Board of Examiners in ........ 403,739 403,739 102. Public Service Commission: (a) Regulatory Services Pro- gram........................ 23,695,573 23,695,573 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Notwithstanding any other laws to the contrary, the above appropriation includes a transfer to the State General Fund of $9,000,000 to be made in four equal amounts at the end of each quarter of the fiscal year. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Gas Pipeline Safety Fund . 1,658,993 (2) Public Service Commission Fund........................ 10,780,000 The above appropriation to the Alabama Public Service Commis- sion shall be payable only from inspection and supervi- sion fees paid by utilities, radio companies and transpor- tation companies and such parts or percentages of fees and taxes paid by motor car- rier or motor transportation companies as are now or may be set aside by law to be used by the Commission. (3) Public Service Commission Fund-Transfer to the State General Fund................ 9,000,000 (4) State Dual Party Relay Fund........................ 2,256,580 In accordance with Section 37-1-80.2, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Public Service Commis- sion.......................... 23,695,573 23,695,573 The Public Service Commission shall, from the funds appro- priated above, pay the state's annual membership fees to the Southern States Energy Board for the calendar year 2019. 103. Real Estate Appraisers SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Board, Alabama: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 1,153,796 1,153,796 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Real Estate Appraisers Board Fund.................. 1,153,796 In accordance with Sections 34-27A-1 through 34-27A-29, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Real Estate Appraisers Board, Alabama................ 1,153,796 1,153,796 104. Real Estate Commission, Alabama: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 5,382,782 5,382,782 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama Real Estate Com- mission Fund................ 5,032,782 As provided in Section 34-27-4, Code of Alabama 1975. (2) Alabama Real Estate Com- mission-Recovery Fund ...... 350,000 Total Real Estate Commission, Alabama....................... 5,382,782 5,382,782 105. Respiratory Therapy, Ala- bama State Board of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 350,000 350,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Respiratory Therapy Board Fund........................ 350,000 As provided in Sections 34-27B-1 through 34-27B-14, Code of Alabama 1975. SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Total Respiratory Therapy, Alabama State Board of ....... 350,000 350,000 106. Revenue, Department of: (a) State Revenue Administra- tion Program................ 363,000 158,905,495 159,268,495 Of the above appropriation to the Revenue Administration Program, the amount of $17,041,429 shall be trans- ferred to the State General Fund in four equal payments at the beginning of each quarter of the fiscal year. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund - Transfer.................... 250,000 As provided in Section 40-7-70, Code of Alabama 1975, to maintain a program for the equalization of ad valorem assessments. (2) State General Fund-Board of Equalization............. 113,000 (3) Federal Funds............. 300,000 (4) Inspection fees for re- stored vehicles............. 876,634 As provided in Section 32-8-87, Code of Alabama 1975. (5) Local Funds............... 1,950,000 (6) Revenue Administration Fund - Unencumbered Balance . 16,505,000 (7) Transfer from the Income Tax Collections............. 42,393,056 (8) Transfer from the Pension Fund as part of the cost of collections of the 1-Mill Ad Valorem Tax................. 1,820,848 (9) Transfer from the Public School Fund as part of the cost of collections of the 5,462,544 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal 3-Mill Ad Valorem Tax ...... (10) Transfer from the gross proceeds of Financial Insti- tution Excise Tax Collec- tions....................... 131,095 (11) Transfer from the gross proceeds of Gasoline Tax Collections................. 12,665,526 (12) Transfer from the gross proceeds of Motor Carrier Mileage Tax Collections .... 381 (13) Transfer from the gross proceeds of Motor Fuel Tax Collections................. 1,360,110 (14) Transfer from the gross proceeds of Motor Vehicle License Collections ........ 1,530,712 (15) Transfer from the gross proceeds of Motor Vehicle License Collections for the purchase only of Motor Vehi- cle License Tags, Estimated . 2,644,002 (16) Transfer from the gross proceeds of Sales Tax Col- lections.................... 65,107,810 (17) Transfer from the gross proceeds of Use Tax Collec- tions....................... 3,986,074 (18) Transfer from the gross proceeds of the Aviation Fuel Tax Collections ....... 6,733 (19) Transfer from the gross proceeds of the Construction Industry Fee Collections ... 250,000 As provided in Sections 41-10-727 through 41-10-732, Code of Alabama 1975. (20) Transfer from the gross proceeds of the Contractors' Gross Receipts Privilege Tax Collections................. 36,839 (21) Transfer from the gross 50,000 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal proceeds of the Drycleaning Environmental Fee Collec- tions....................... (22) Transfer from the gross proceeds of the Forest Sev- erance Tax Collections ..... 291,407 (23) Transfer from the gross proceeds of the Hydroelec- tric Privilege Tax Collec- tions....................... 254 (24) Transfer from the gross proceeds of the Lubricating Oil Excise Tax.............. 12,957 (25) Transfer from the gross proceeds of the Nursing Fa- cility Privilege Tax Collec- tions....................... 58,688 (26) Transfer from the gross proceeds of the Pharmaceuti- cal Services Privilege Tax Collections................. 165,774 (27) Transfer from the gross proceeds of the Scrap Tire Environmental Fee Collec- tions....................... 60,000 As provided in Section 22-40A-14, Code of Alabama 1975. (28) Transfer from the gross proceeds of the Store Li- cense Tax Collections ...... 485,509 (29) Transfer from the gross proceeds of the Tobacco Tax Collections................. 440,921 (30) Transfer from the gross proceeds of the Utility Tax Collections................. 312,621 Total Revenue, Department of . 363,000 158,905,495 159,268,495 The amounts hereinabove appro- priated for the cost of main- tenance and operations of the Department of Revenue are in lieu of any other statutory SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal provisions for the payment of the cost of operating said Department for collections of the taxes as authorized by law. Provided, however, in addition to the amount hereinabove appropriated, there is hereby appropriated to the Department of Revenue all sums allowed the Depart- ment of Revenue by acts of the Legislature as a charge for the collection of taxes or licenses. The Revenue Depart- ment shall not be limited in any way whatsoever in its ability to utilize or spend its full appropriation and all sums allowed to the Department of Revenue by acts of the Leg- islature as a charge for the collection of taxes or li- censes. It is the intent of the Legislature that the De- partment of Revenue utilize the appropriations made to it in this act to: (1) signifi- cantly reduce the amount of delinquent taxes owed to the state; (2) employ sufficient examiners and audit personnel to ensure that taxes owed to the state are collected accu- rately and timely; and (3) update its personal computers and related equipment to be- come more efficient in the collection of taxes owed to the state. During FY 2019, the Department shall report quar- terly to the Chairs of the House Ways and Means General Fund Committee and the Senate Finance and Taxation-General Fund Committee and the Deputy Director of the Legislative Services Agency-Fiscal Divi- sion on all actions taken by SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal the Department in furtherance of these goals. The reports shall include, but not be lim- ited to: (1) the number and amount of delinquent taxes collected during the quarter and the number and amounts of delinquent taxes outstanding as of the end of the quarter; (2) the number of additional examiners and audit personnel employed during the quarter (not including examiners and audit personnel employed to replace personnel that retire or otherwise leave state ser- vice); and (3) the number of new personal computers and related equipment put into use during the quarter. 107. Secretary of State: (a) Administrative Support Services Program............ 7,517,428 7,517,428 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Corporations Fund, Esti- mated....................... 3,328,428 (2) Electronic Voting Fund ... 6,000 (3) Farmers Credit Protection Fund........................ 63,000 In accordance with Section 7-9A-320, Code of Alabama 1975. (4) Federal Funds............. 2,120,000 (5) Information Bulk Sales Fund........................ 1,000,000 In accordance with Section 7-9A-523, Code of Alabama 1975. (6) Office of Voter Registra- tion........................ 200,000 In accordance with Section SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal 17-4-62, Code of Alabama 1975. (7) Uniform Commercial Code Fund........................ 800,000 Total Secretary of State ..... 7,517,428 7,517,428 108. Securities Commission: (a) Regulatory Services Pro- gram........................ 12,357,847 12,357,847 Notwithstanding any other laws to the contrary, the above appropriation includes a transfer to the State General Fund of $1,300,000 to be made in four equal amounts at the beginning of each quarter of the fiscal year. Of the above appropriation, $200,000 shall be allocated to IP Watch. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Industrial Revenue Bond Notification Fund .......... 10,000 (2) Sale of Checks Fund ...... 60,000 (3) Securities Commission Fund ............................ 10,987,847 (4) Securities Commission Fund - Transfer to the State Gen- eral Fund................... 1,300,000 Total Securities Commission .. 12,357,847 12,357,847 109. Security Regulatory Board, Alabama: (a) Licensing, Regulation and Enforcement Program ........ 950,000 950,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Security Certification Fund........................ 950,000 Total Security Regulatory Board, Alabama................ 950,000 950,000 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal In accordance with Sections 34-27C-1, et seq., Code of Alabama 1975. 110. Senior Services, Depart- ment of: (a) Planning and Advocacy for the Elderly Program ........ 7,292,553 30,455,295 37,747,848 Of the above appropriation from the State General Fund, $500,000 shall be allocated for Meals on Wheels; $500,000 shall be allocated for the Ombudsman Program; $157,580 shall be allocated for the Retired Senior Volunteer Pro- gram; and $25,000 shall be allocated for the Silver Haired Legislature. (b) Medicaid Waiver Services Program..................... 19,681,307 84,823,771 104,505,078 (c) Elderly Medication Program ............................ 1,752,832 1,752,832 The Alabama SeniorRx program shall provide assistance ob- taining prescription medica- tions and shall be expanded to allow comprehensive benefits screening and application as- sistance through an Area Agency on Aging designated by the Department as an Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC). It is the intent of the Legislature that appli- cants apply through local Area Agencies on Aging and their provider networks to ensure services are maximized and that paperwork and inconve- nience to the clients are min- imized to receive access to local and public benefits and prescription assistance. The SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Department of Senior Services shall report quarterly to the Chairs of the House Ways and Means General Fund Committee and the Senate Finance and Taxation-General Fund Commit- tee, the Governor, and the Deputy Director of the Legis- lative Services Agency-Fiscal Division. The reports shall include the number of clients served by an ADRC, the number of unduplicated SeniorRx par- ticipants, the number of pre- scriptions filled, and the estimated value of the drugs provided. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 7,292,553 (2) State General Fund-Alabama SeniorRx.................... 1,752,832 (3) State General Fund-Medicaid Waiver ....... 19,681,307 (4) Federal and Local Funds .. 115,279,066 Total Senior Services, Depart- ment of....................... 28,726,692 115,279,066 144,005,758 In addition to the appropria- tions hereinabove made, there is hereby appropriated such amounts as become available from the Senior Services Trust Fund in accordance with Sec- tion 41-15C-1, Code of Alabama 1975, to the Department of Senior Services for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019. 111. Social Work Examiners, Alabama State Board of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 402,200 402,200 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama State Board of Social Work Examiners Fund . 402,200 As provided in Section 34-30-6, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Social Work Examiners, Alabama State Board of ....... 402,200 402,200 112. Soil and Water Conserva- tion Committee, State: (a) Water Resource Development Program..................... 2,438,979 10,800,000 13,238,979 Of the above appropriation, $81,403 shall be expended for state match for the Regional Conservation Partnership Pro- gram (RCPP). (b) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 6,000 6,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 2,438,979 (2) Departmental Receipts .... 10,800,000 (3) Soil Classifiers Fund .... 6,000 As provided in Section 34-32-19, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Soil and Water Conserva- tion Committee, State ........ 2,438,979 10,806,000 13,244,979 113. Speech Pathology and Audi- ology, Alabama Board of Exam- iners for: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 299,545 299,545 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama Board of Examiners for Speech Pathology and 299,545 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Audiology Fund.............. As provided in Section 34-28A-44, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Speech Pathology and Audiology, Alabama Board of Examiners for................. 299,545 299,545 114. Surface Mining Commission, Alabama: (a) Industrial Safety and Ac- cident Prevention Program .. 357,816 4,495,814 4,853,630 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund-Transfer............... 357,816 (2) Bond Forfei- ture/Reclamation Projects, Estimated................... 2,000,000 As provided in Section 9-16-103, Code of Alabama 1975. (3) Federal and Local Funds .. 1,414,814 (4) Surface Mining Commis- sion-Fees................... 1,081,000 Total Surface Mining Commis- sion, Alabama................. 357,816 4,495,814 4,853,630 115. Tax Tribunal, Alabama: (a) Administrative Services Program..................... 863,688 863,688 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama Tax Tribunal Fund . 863,688 Total Tax Tribunal, Alabama .. 863,688 863,688 116. Tennessee-Tombigbee Water- way Development Authority: (a) Water Resource Development Program..................... 89,775 89,775 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 89,775 Total Tennessee-Tombigbee Wa- terway Development Authority . 89,775 89,775 117. Tourism Department, Ala- bama: (a) Tourism and Travel Promo- tion Program ............... 1,528,425 18,650,000 20,178,425 Of the above appropriation, $50,000 shall be expended for the Regions Tradition Golf Tournament; $50,000 shall be expended for the SEC Baseball Tournament; $269,325 shall be expended for the Bicentennial Commission; $224,437 shall be expended for the Alabama Bass Trail; $234,663 shall be ex- pended for the Alabama Scenic River Trail; and $300,000 shall be expended for the World Games. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 1,528,425 (2) Lodging Tax ($0.01) ...... 18,650,000 Receipts collected under the provisions of Sections 40-26-1, et seq., Code of Ala- bama 1975. Total Tourism Department, Ala- bama.......................... 1,528,425 18,650,000 20,178,425 118. Transportation, Department of: (a) Surface Transportation Improvement and Preservation Program..................... 1,324,570,071 1,324,570,071 Proposed spending plan for the SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal above (a) includes the follow- ing: Industrial Access Improvements & Assistance ...12,000,000 (b) General Administration Program..................... 151,338,284 151,338,284 Proposed spending plan for the above (b) includes the follow- ing: Captive County Health Insur- ance ...125,000 Transfer to Administrative Office of Courts ...35,000,000 Transfer to State Law Enforce- ment Agency ...28,500,000 (c) General Aviation and Aero- nautic Improvement and As- sistance Program............ 29,026,305 29,026,305 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Airport Development Fund . 29,026,305 (2) Federal Aid............... 720,000,000 (3) Public Road and Bridge Fund........................ 492,408,355 There is hereby appropriated for payment of the principal of and the interest on all bonds heretofore or hereafter issued for public highways and bridge purposes, or either, by the State of Alabama, Alabama Federal Aid Highway Finance Authority, Alabama Highway Finance Corporation, or Ala- bama Industrial Access Road and Bridge Corporation, a to- tal of $117,655,950 or so much thereof as may be necessary for payment of said principal and interest at their respec- tive maturities, of the reve- nues pledged for such payment. There is also hereby appropri- SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal ated an amount not to exceed $25,000,000 as an annual con- tribution to the Alabama Transportation Infrastructure Bank, if needed, for the bank to carry out its purposes. The Director of Transportation, with the consent of the Gover- nor and the Director of Fi- nance, shall have the author- ity to transfer any appropria- tion or any portion thereof between and among subdivisions (a), (b) and (c) of this sec- tion whenever such transfer shall be necessary to assure maximum utilization of federal matching funds which shall become available. In the event that there shall not be suffi- cient funds available for pay- ment of all appropriations hereinabove made, the follow- ing provisions shall be appli- cable. In the event of such insufficiency in respect of said revenues accruing to the Department of Transportation: (1) the appropriation made for Debt Service in subdivisions (a) and (b) hereof shall be paid in full, and (2) the ap- propriations from the revenues accruing to the Department of Transportation that are herein made for the purposes referred to in subdivisions (a), (b) and (c) except for Debt Ser- vice, hereof shall be allo- cated among the purposes re- ferred to in said subdivisions in such order and with such priorities as the Director of the Department of Transporta- tion shall from time to time direct. The funds appropriated in subdivisions (a) and (c) hereof, for the matching fed- SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal eral funds, shall not revert at the end of the fiscal year for which such appropriations are made but shall remain available for the purposes for which such appropriations were made. In addition to all ap- propriations hereinabove made, there is hereby appropriated to the Department of Transpor- tation all federal funds ac- cruing thereto to be expended only for the purpose for which such funds are made available. (4) Public Road and Bridge Fund-ATRIP Bond Proceeds ... 200,000,000 (5) Public Road and Bridge Fund-Transfer to Administra- tive Office of Courts ...... 35,000,000 In accordance with Constitu- tional Amendment No. 354. (6) Public Road and Bridge Fund-Transfer to State Law Enforcement Agency ......... 28,500,000 In accordance with Constitu- tional Amendment No. 354. Total Transportation, Depart- ment of....................... 1,504,934,660 1,504,934,660 In addition to the above ap- propriation, there is hereby appropriated to the Department of Transportation such amounts as may be received by the De- partment for resolution of Civil Action No. 85-T-655-N. 119. Treasurer, State: (a) Fiscal Management Program . 4,428,449 4,428,449 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama College Education Savings Administrative Fund . 392,535 As provided in Section 16-33C-10, Code of Alabama SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal 1975. (2) Prepaid Affordable College Tuition Fund................ 599,343 (3) State Treasury Operations Fund........................ 3,436,571 As provided in Section 36-17-20, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Treasurer, State ....... 4,428,449 4,428,449 120. Underground and Above- ground Storage Tank Trust Fund Management Board, Alabama: (a) Administration of Under- ground and Aboveground Stor- age Tank Trust Fund Manage- ment Board Program ........ 150,000 150,000 Of the above appropriation, $100,000 may be used for a continuing education and training program related to storage tank release preven- tion and clean up. Such con- tinuing education shall be provided by a qualified pro- gram approved by the Under- ground and Aboveground Storage Tank Trust Fund Management Board. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Underground and Above- ground Storage Tank Trust Fund........................ 150,000 As provided in Section 22-35-4, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Underground and Above- ground Storage Tank Trust Fund Management Board, Alabama .... 150,000 150,000 121. Veterans' Affairs, Depart- ment of: SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (a) Administration of Veter- ans' Affairs Program ....... 1,287,169 4,382,924 5,670,093 Of the above appropriation, $50,000 shall be allocated for Still Serving Veterans and $113,400 shall be allocated to the Department of Alabama Dis- abled American Veterans, of which $5,000 shall be expended for the Women's Auxiliary. (b) Veterans Homes Administra- tion Program................ 75,290,866 75,290,866 (c) Capital Outlay Program ... 60,000,000 60,000,000 (d) Veterans Cemetery Program . 478,692 478,692 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 1,287,169 (2) Veterans' Assistance Fund . 104,865,916 The appropriation from the Veterans' Assistance Fund may be expended for operation of the Veterans' Nursing Homes, any other direct expenditures for veterans' services and capital outlay. (3) Veterans' Home Trust Fund-Transfer............... 35,286,566 Total Veterans' Affairs, De- partment of................... 1,287,169 140,152,482 141,439,651 122. Veterinary Medical Examin- ers, Alabama State Board of: (a) Professional and Occupa- tional Licensing and Regula- tion Program................ 642,750 642,750 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners Fund ..... 642,750 As provided in Section 34-29-70, Code of Alabama 1975. SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Total Veterinary Medical Exam- iners, Alabama State Board of . 642,750 642,750 123. Women's Commission, Ala- bama: (a) Employment and Social Op- portunities Program ........ 18,000 18,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Women's Commission Fund .. 18,000 Total Women's Commission, Ala- bama.......................... 18,000 18,000 124. Youth Services, Department of: (a) Financial Assistance Pro- gram (School District) ..... 722,297 722,297 (b) Youth Services Program ... 6,704,537 31,504,684 38,209,221 Of the above appropriation, $1,000,000 shall be distrib- uted to fund recommendations made by the Juvenile Justice Task Force. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 6,704,537 (2) Youth Services Fund ...... 32,226,981 Total Youth Services, Depart- ment of....................... 6,704,537 32,226,981 38,931,518 It is the intent of the Legis- lature that the Department notify the members of each local legislative delegation (whenever possible) prior to grants being awarded in each legislative district. The De- partment shall notify the leg- islative delegation of the amount of the grant, the re- cipient of the grant, and the date the grant is to be awarded. Any appropriation expended for youth detention SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal facilities shall be allocated as follows: Part I - each de- tention facility will receive $14,000 for each county the detention facility serves. Part II - the balance of such funds shall be allocated based upon the population of the county or counties served by the detention facility (state- wide among 12 detention facil- ities). 2D. Other: 1. Arrest of Absconding Felons: (a) Criminal Investigation Program, Estimated ......... 24,735 24,735 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 24,735 As provided in Sections 15-9-1 and 15-9-3, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Arrest of Absconding Felons........................ 24,735 24,735 2. Automatic Appeal Expense: (a) Legal Advice and Legal Services Program, Estimated . 33 33 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 33 As provided in Sections 12-22-150 and 12-22-241, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Automatic Appeal Expense .............................. 33 33 3. County Government Capital Improvement Fund: (a) Special Services Program, Estimated................... 26,714,801 26,714,801 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama Trust Fund Income, Estimated................... 26,714,801 Total County Government Capi- tal Improvement Fund ......... 26,714,801 26,714,801 4. Court Assessed Costs Not Provided For: (a) Special Services Program, Estimated................... 5,500,000 5,500,000 As provided in Sections 22-52-14, 22-11A-1 through 22-11A-41, 12-15-215, 26-17-636 and 12-21-131, Code of Alabama 1975. (b) Legal Advice and Legal Services Program............ 264,500 264,500 It is the intent of the Legis- lature that the appropriation in this subsection be expended for court costs, which include cost of depositions, witness fees and expenses, filing and docket fees, court reporters, court judgments, attorneys fees, out-of-court settlements and other expenses ordered by the court or normally identi- fied as costs of court, when any of the above is approved by the Attorney General. The Attorney General shall provide a report quarterly to the Chair of the House Ways and Means General Fund Committee, the Chair of the Senate Fi- nance and Taxation-General Fund Committee and the Deputy Director of the Legislative Services Agency-Fiscal Divi- sion on the detailed expendi- tures of this appropriation. (c) Automatic Appeal Cases Expense Program............. 15,630 15,630 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal The above appropriation shall be used to reimburse reason- able expenses incurred by at- torneys representing defen- dants under sentence of death in state collateral proceed- ings, such as those under Rule 32 of the Rules of Criminal Procedure. Provided, in no case may any amount be paid unless the court determines by written order in advance that the cost is both necessary and reasonable; and in no event may any amount be paid out of this appropriation as fees to any attorney for services or to compensate any attorney for time either as an attorney in the proceeding or as a wit- ness. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 264,500 (2) State General Fund, Esti- mated....................... 5,500,000 (3) State General Fund-Automatic Appeal Cases . 15,630 Total Court Assessed Costs Not Provided For.................. 5,780,130 5,780,130 5. Court Costs: (a) Court Operations Program, Estimated................... 81 81 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 81 Pursuant to Act No. 558, 1957, 7. Total Court Costs............. 81 81 6. Distribution of Public Docu- ments: SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (a) Administrative Support Services Program, Estimated . 165,975 165,975 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 165,975 As provided in Sections 36-14-1, 36-14-11, 17-5-11, and 41-21-8, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Distribution of Public Documents..................... 165,975 165,975 7. Election Expenses: (a) Special Services Program, Estimated................... 8,615,000 8,615,000 (b) Training of Election Offi- cials....................... 31,239 31,239 For payment of expenses pursu- ant to the court order entered by the U.S. District Court, Middle District of Alabama in Civil Action No. 84-T-595-N. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 31,239 (2) State General Fund, Esti- mated....................... 8,615,000 As provided in Section 17-16-7, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Election Expenses ...... 8,646,239 8,646,239 8. Emergency Fund, Departmen- tal: (a) Special Services Program . 4,343,461 4,343,461 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 4,343,461 Total Emergency Fund, Depart- mental........................ 4,343,461 4,343,461 This is the appropriation con- SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal templated in Section 41-4-94, Code of Alabama 1975, and shall be the only amount ap- propriated and the total amount expended under the pro- visions of said section. This appropriation shall be ex- pended solely for the purpose of addressing a financial emergency within a state de- partment, board, commission, bureau, office or agency. At least ten days prior to the release of any of this appro- priation to any state depart- ment, board, commission, bu- reau, office or agency, the Director of Finance shall no- tify the Chair of the Senate Finance and Taxation-General Fund Committee, the Chair of the House Ways and Means Gen- eral Fund Committee and the Deputy Director of the Legis- lative Services Agency-Fiscal Division of such pending transfer. 9. Fair Trial Tax Transfer: (a) Court Operations Program, Estimated................... 54,000,000 54,000,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund - Transfer.................... 54,000,000 Total Fair Trial Tax Transfer . 54,000,000 54,000,000 10. Feeding of Prisoners: (a) Institutional Services - Corrections Program, Esti- mated....................... 8,977,500 8,977,500 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 8,977,500 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal For expenses of feeding pris- oners in county jails in ac- cordance with Sections 14-6-42 and 14-6-43, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Feeding of Prisoners ... 8,977,500 8,977,500 11. Finance - CMIA, Department of: (a) Fiscal Management Program, Estimated................... 10,000 10,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 10,000 As provided in Section 41-4-38, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Finance - CMIA, Depart- ment of....................... 10,000 10,000 12. Finance - FEMA, Department of: (a) Readiness and Recovery Program, Estimated ......... 5,287,908 5,287,908 For payment of the State's share of administrative costs and matching grants furnished by the Federal Emergency Man- agement Agency. SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 5,287,908 Total Finance - FEMA, Depart- ment of....................... 5,287,908 5,287,908 The above appropriation to the Department of Finance-FEMA from the State General Fund is conditioned upon the declara- tion of a man made, technolog- ical, biological or natural disaster area by the President of the United States and con- ditioned further upon the re- quirement by the Federal Emer- SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal gency Management Agency for the State of Alabama to pay a state match for FEMA grants. 13. Forest Fire Fund, Emergency: (a) Forest Resources Protec- tion and Development Program ............................ 250,000 250,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund-Transfer............... 250,000 The appropriation to the Emer- gency Forest Fire Fund shall be conditioned as provided by Section 9-3-10.1, Code of Ala- bama 1975. Total Forest Fire Fund, Emer- gency......................... 250,000 250,000 14. Governor's Conference, Na- tional: (a) Executive Direction Pro- gram, Estimated............. 146,850 146,850 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 146,850 Total Governor's Conference, National...................... 146,850 146,850 15. Governor's Proclamation Ex- penses: (a) Executive Direction Pro- gram, Estimated............. 236,250 236,250 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 236,250 As provided in Sections 17-12-18 and 17-14-53, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Governor's Proclamation Expenses...................... 236,250 236,250 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal 16. Governor's Widow Retirement: (a) Executive Direction Pro- gram, Estimated............. 6,048 6,048 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 6,048 As provided in Section 36-13-12, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Governor's Widow Retire- ment.......................... 6,048 6,048 17. Law Enforcement Agency, Ala- bama-Emergency Code: (a) Readiness and Recovery Program..................... 56,700 56,700 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund - Transfer.................... 56,700 Total Law Enforcement Agency, Alabama-Emergency Code ....... 56,700 56,700 18. Law Enforcement Agency, Ala- bama-State Bureau of Investi- gation Cost of Evidence Fund: (a) Special Services Program . 118,125 118,125 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund-Transfer............... 118,125 Total Law Enforcement Agency, Alabama-State Bureau of Inves- tigation Cost of Evidence Fund .............................. 118,125 118,125 The above appropriation to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency SBI Cost of Evidence Fund shall be conditioned as pro- vided in Section 32-2-11, Code of Alabama 1975, and shall remain in the State General Fund until a demonstrated need SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal is determined and recommended by the Director of Finance and approved by the Governor. 19. Law Enforcement Fund: (a) Criminal Investigation Program, Estimated ......... 10,000 10,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ...... 10,000 Total Law Enforcement Fund ... 10,000 10,000 20. Law Enforcement Legal De- fense: (a) Legal Advice and Legal Services Program, Estimated . 819 819 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 819 To carry out provisions of Section 36-21-1, Code of Ala- bama 1975. Total Law Enforcement Legal Defense....................... 819 819 21. Military - Emergency Active Duty Pay: (a) Military Operations Pro- gram, Estimated............. 500,000 500,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 500,000 As provided in Section 31-2-133, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Military - Emergency Active Duty Pay............... 500,000 500,000 22. Municipal Government Capital Improvement Fund: (a) Special Services Program, Estimated................... 26,714,801 26,714,801 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) Alabama Trust Fund Income, Estimated................... 26,714,801 Total Municipal Government Capital Improvement Fund ..... 26,714,801 26,714,801 23. Port Authority Transfer, Ala- bama State: (a) State Port Authority Pro- gram........................ 3,500,000 3,500,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 3,500,000 The above appropriation to the Alabama State Port Authority shall be conditioned upon the availability of funds and shall remain in the State Gen- eral Fund until a demonstrated need is determined and recom- mended by the Director of Fi- nance and approved by the Gov- ernor. Total Port Authority Transfer, Alabama State................. 3,500,000 3,500,000 24. Printing of Codes and Supple- ments - Secretary of State: (a) Administrative Support Services Program, Estimated . 250,000 250,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 250,000 As provided in Sections 41-21-1 through 41-21-8, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Printing of Codes and Supplements - Secretary of State......................... 250,000 250,000 It is the intent of the Legis- lature that the number of Codes and Supplements printed SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal and distributed shall be lim- ited to the minimum number actually needed, utilized, and required by law. Procedures should be adopted to verify the need and utility of re- quired printed sets to ensure printing cost savings when possible. 25. Printing of Legislative Acts and Journals: (a) Administrative Support Services Program, Estimated . 50,000 50,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 50,000 Total Printing of Legislative Acts and Journals............. 50,000 50,000 26. Registration of Voters - Photo Voter Identification: (a) Special Services Program, Estimated................... 904,000 904,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 904,000 In accordance with Section 17-9-30, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Registration of Voters - Photo Voter Identification ... 904,000 904,000 All expenses from the above appropriation shall be re- ported by the Secretary of State to the Chairs of the House Ways and Means General Fund Committee and the Senate Finance and Taxation-General Fund Committee at least quar- terly for fiscal year 2019. 27. Registration of Voters - Voter Registrars: (a) Special Services Program, 4,255,000 4,255,000 SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal Estimated................... SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 4,255,000 In accordance with Sections 17-3-5 and 17-3-57, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Registration of Voters - Voter Registrars.............. 4,255,000 4,255,000 28. Removal of Prisoners: (a) Administrative Services and Logistical Support Pro- gram, Estimated............. 793,800 793,800 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 793,800 As provided in Sections 15-10-70 through 15-10-73, 15-9-62, 15-9-65, and 15-9-81, Code of Alabama 1975. Total Removal of Prisoners ... 793,800 793,800 29. Dandridge, Beniah: (a) Special Services Program . 50,000 50,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 50,000 Total Dandridge, Beniah ...... 50,000 50,000 To pay the award by the Com- mittee on Compensation for Wrongful Incarceration for the wrongful incarceration of Beniah Dandridge. 30. Littleton, Joseph M: (a) Special Services Program . 50,000 50,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: SB178 General Fund Earmarked Funds Appropriation To- tal (1) State General Fund ....... 50,000 Total Littleton, Joseph M .... 50,000 50,000 To pay the award by the Com- mittee on Compensation for Wrongful Incarceration for the wrongful incarceration of Jo- seph M. Littleton. 31. Williams, Antonio Shawn: (a) Special Services Program . 50,000 50,000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: (1) State General Fund ....... 50,000 Total Williams, Antonio Shawn . 50,000 50,000 To pay the award by the Com- mittee on Compensation for Wrongful Incarceration for the wrongful incarceration of An- tonio Shawn Williams.

Section 3

In addition to the amounts otherwise appropriated in this act, there is hereby appropriated from the several funds in the State Treasury, except the Education Trust Fund, and in the same proportion as the salaries of the several State officials and employees are paid, such additional amounts as may be necessary to pay for a three percent (3.0%) salary increase enacted in the 2018 Regular Session. The additional amounts appropriated in this section from the State General Fund shall not exceed $14,540,000 for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019. The Director of SB178 Finance shall ensure that first priority shall be given to all State General Fund payrolls, including the payroll of the Legislature. State agencies shall receive additional allocations from the appropriation made in this section from the State General Fund in amounts necessary to increase total salaries paid from the State General Fund by three percent. The remainder of this appropriation from the State General Fund may be allotted by the Director of Finance to those agencies which receive transfers from the State General Fund.

Section 4

In addition to the amounts otherwise appropriated in this act, there is hereby appropriated from the several funds in the State Treasury, except the Education Trust Fund, and in the same proportion as the salaries of the several State officials and employees are paid, such additional amounts as may be necessary to pay for a one-time bonus for certain retirees of the Employees' Retirement System enacted in the 2018 Regular Session. The additional amounts appropriated in this section from the State General Fund shall not exceed $1,742,000 for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019. The Director of Finance shall ensure that first priority shall be given to all State General Fund payrolls, including the payroll of the Legislature. State agencies may receive additional allocations from the appropriation made in this section from the State General Fund in amounts necessary to grant the bonus from the State General Fund. The remainder of SB178 this appropriation from the State General Fund may be allotted by the Director of Finance to those agencies which receive transfers from the State General Fund. The funds appropriated for the bonus in this section are conditioned upon the enactment of SB215 or HB440 during the 2018 Regular Session authorizing such bonus.

Section 5

Notwithstanding any other provisions of this act or any other act, any amounts from appropriations for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2018, to the various state agencies in this act which were unexpended and reverted on September 30, 2018, are hereby reappropriated to the respective offices for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2018.

Section 6

In addition to all other appropriations heretofore or hereafter made, there is hereby appropriated such amounts as may be necessary for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019, to the Retirement Systems of Alabama from the Senior Services Trust Fund to comply with Section 41-15C-1, Code of Alabama 1975.

Section 7

In addition to all other appropriations heretofore or hereafter made, there is hereby conditionally appropriated any and all amounts from tobacco settlement or litigation for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019. The amounts are conditioned upon the State of Alabama receiving revenue from tobacco settlement or litigation and upon the SB178 recommendation of the Director of Finance, the Chairs of the House Ways and Means General Fund Committee and the Senate Finance and Taxation-General Fund Committee, and the approval of the Governor. The conditional appropriation made herein shall be allocated pursuant to Sections 41-10-620 through 41-10-639 and Sections 41-15B-1 through 41-15B-8, Code of Alabama 1975.

Section 8

Except as may be herein otherwise provided, amounts herein specifically appropriated shall be in lieu of the amounts heretofore provided or appropriated by law for such purposes. The amounts herein appropriated are the maximum amounts to be expended for the purposes herein designated and in no event shall the maximum expenditure provided for any items of expense exceed the amount allocated herein except as may be further provided for under this act, as provided in the Budget Management Act of 1976, Sections 41-19-1, et seq., Code of Alabama 1975, and those appropriations herein made, except appropriations to the Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board for the purchase of alcoholic beverages, are and shall be subject to the terms, conditions, provisions and limitations of Sections 41-4-80, et seq., Code of Alabama 1975, and the Budget Management Act of 1976, Sections 41-19-1, et seq., Code of Alabama 1975.

Section 9

Any surplus remaining in any appropriation herein made from the State General Fund to any SB178 office, department, bureau, board, commission or agency may be transferred, on order of the Governor, to any other appropriation herein made from the State General Fund when such appropriation to any office, department, bureau, board, commission or agency is insufficient to pay salaries in that office, department, bureau, board, commission or agency. Section 10. In addition to appropriations herein made, all gifts, grants, insurance proceeds, contributions or entitlements, in excess of the amount carried in this act, including grants by the Congress of the United States, municipalities or counties, to any department, division, board, bureau, commission, agency, institution, office or officer of the State of Alabama are hereby appropriated and, in the event the same are recurring, are reappropriated to such department, division, board, bureau, commission, agency, institution, office or officer to be used only for the purpose or purposes for which the grant or contribution was or shall be made. Further, all state, county, municipal and educational entities are authorized to disburse such sums as deemed necessary by mutual agreement between said entities and the State of Alabama, Department of Examiners of Public Accounts to partially defray the cost of auditing services performed by said agency. All such sums are hereby appropriated and reappropriated if necessary to the Department of Examiners of SB178 Public Accounts for audit services, to be expended through the fund established by Section 41-5-24, Code of Alabama 1975. Section 11. The Department of Examiners of Public Accounts is hereby authorized to examine as deemed necessary all appropriations herein made for compliance with the laws of the State of Alabama. Any examination performed shall be in accordance with the provisions of Title 41, Chapter 5, Code of Alabama 1975. It is the intent of the Legislature that all state agencies cooperate with the Examiners of Public Accounts to provide the information necessary to conduct recovery audits as provided for in Section 41-5-6.1, Code of Alabama 1975. Section 12. Upon certification to the Director of Finance by the State Attorney General that a federal court has ordered the State of Alabama to pay claims, attorney fees, or other costs relating to said court order, funds are hereby appropriated to the affected department, board, bureau, or commission from the appropriate fund or funds of such department, board, bureau or commission in the amount necessary to satisfy that court order. Such appropriations are in addition to any other appropriation heretofore or hereafter made in this appropriation act. Such appropriations are conditioned upon the availability of funds and a determination by the Director of Finance that existing appropriations are not available for the court-ordered payments. SB178 Section 13. All interest earned from funds paid into Account No. 0396 by Act 87-761, Act 88-947, Act 89-79, Act 90-556 and Act 91-572 are hereby appropriated to the Governor's Contingency Fund to be spent at the discretion of the Governor. Any other interest earned by the state from Revenue Sharing Investments under the State and Local Fiscal Assistance Act of 1972, as amended, Public Law 92-512, 92nd Congress, together with any accruals or reversions thereon are hereby appropriated to the State General Fund. Section 14. All encumbered balances of a previous fiscal year appropriation, other than the exclusions authorized by this act or in Section 41-4-93, Code of Alabama 1975, shall lapse no later than September 30 of the fiscal year immediately following the fiscal year for which the appropriation was made and shall revert to the credit of the State General Fund or earmarked fund from which the appropriation or appropriations were made. Section 15. The appropriations made herein to the departments, boards, offices, commissions and agencies include the amounts necessary, and said departments, boards, offices, commissions and agencies are hereby directed to make the transfer of funds to the State Personnel Department in said amounts enumerated in this act. All agencies enumerated in this act and receiving services from other governmental agencies enumerated in this act shall make full payment in a SB178 timely manner (as determined by the Department of Finance) for such services. Section 16. All funds collected under Section 40-12-43.1, Code of Alabama 1975, between the effective date of Act 98-191 and September 30, 2018 are hereby appropriated to the Auburn University Center for Governmental Services for the administration of the examiner certification program established by the Alabama Local Tax Institute of Standards and Training as provided in Section 40-12-43.1, Code of Alabama 1975. Section 17. It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds appropriated to the Office of the Senate President Pro Tempore in subsection 6 of Section 2A of this act which are not otherwise designated may be expended by the Senate President Pro Tempore for the same purposes as are authorized for the Lieutenant Governor pursuant to Section 29-4-50, Code of Alabama 1975, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives pursuant to Section 29-4-60, Code of Alabama 1975. Section 18. The appropriations made herein to the departments, boards, offices, commissions and agencies include the amounts necessary to pay the SEIB. The SEIB rate shall be $930 per month for each full-time employee for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019. The SEIB shall adjust the insurance program wherever appropriate to maintain the aforementioned SB178 fixed rate; however, it is the intent of the Legislature that the Board not increase the out of pocket costs to active and retired members. Section 19. It is the intent of the Legislature that the Director of Finance shall notify the Chair of the House Ways and Means General Fund Committee, the Chair of the Senate Finance and Taxation-General Fund Committee, and the Deputy Director of the Legislative Services Agency-Fiscal Division of any interagency transfers, of any type, including contracting, of any of the funds appropriated in this act. Section 20. If any section, paragraph, sentence, clause, provision or portion of this act or all or any portion of any appropriations herein made be held unconstitutional or invalid, it shall not affect any other section, paragraph, sentence, clause, provision or portion of this act or any other appropriation or appropriations or portion thereof hereby made not in and of itself unconstitutional or invalid. Section 21. All laws or parts of laws, general, special, private or local that are in conflict with or inconsistent with the provisions of this act are hereby expressly repealed. Section 22. Each agency of the state funded through the provisions of this act shall provide an equal opportunity for employment and business opportunities for all citizens of this state without regard to sex or race. SB178 Section 23. This act shall become effective October 1, 2018. SB178 President and Presiding Officer of the Senate Speaker of the House of Representatives SB178 Senate 20-FEB-18 I hereby certify that the within Act originated in and passed the Senate, as amended. Patrick Harris, Secretary. House of Representatives Amended and passed 13-MAR-18 Senate concurred in House amendment 21-MAR-18 By: Senator Pittman 6

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Action Date Chamber Action
March 21, 2018SDelivered to Governor at 2:45 p.m. on March 21, 2018
March 21, 2018SAssigned Act No. 2018-354.
March 21, 2018HConcurred in Second House Amendment
March 21, 2018HSignature Requested
March 21, 2018SEnrolled
March 21, 2018SPittman motion to Concur In and Adopt adopted Roll Call 923
March 20, 2018SReed motion to Carry Over adopted Voice Vote
March 21, 2018SConcurrence Requested
March 13, 2018HMotion to Read a Third Time and Pass adopted Roll Call 721
March 13, 2018HMotion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 720
March 13, 2018HClouse Amendment Offered
March 13, 2018HMotion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 719
March 13, 2018HWays and Means General Fund first Substitute Offered
March 13, 2018HThird Reading Passed
March 8, 2018HRead for the second time and placed on the calendar with 1 substitute and
February 20, 2018HRead for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Ways and Means General Fund
February 20, 2018SEngrossed
February 20, 2018SMotion to Read a Third Time and Pass adopted Roll Call 445
February 20, 2018SPittman motion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 444
February 20, 2018SPittman Amendment Offered
February 20, 2018SSingleton motion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 443
February 20, 2018SSingleton Amendment Offered
February 20, 2018SMotion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 442
February 20, 2018SPittman Amendment Offered
February 20, 2018SPittman motion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 441
February 20, 2018SFinance and Taxation General Fund first Substitute Offered
February 20, 2018SThird Reading Passed
February 15, 2018SRead for the second time and placed on the calendar with 1 substitute and
January 16, 2018SRead for the first time and referred to the Senate committee on Finance and Taxation General Fund
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