Fifty-fourth Legislature                                                                  Bowers

First Regular Session                                                                     H.B. 2747

 

BOWERS FLOOR AMENDMENT

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AMENDMENTS TO H.B. 274.7

(Reference to printed bill)

 

1   Page 2, line 43, strike "2019 2020" insert "2019"

2   Page 7, line 33, strike "$97,297,100" insert "$97,407,700"

3     Line 44, after "privacy" insert "operations and"

4   Page 8, line 10, strike "$213,116,100" insert "$213,226,700

5     Line 27, strike "1,080,100" insert "1,190,700"   

6   Page 10, line 25, strike "5,212,489,700" insert "5,179,189,700"

7     Line 44, strike "293,607,800" insert "303,551,500"

8   Page 11, line 5, strike "$12,816,906,900" insert "$12,793,550,600"

9     Line 7, strike $1,766,949,900" insert "$1,759,949,900"

10    Line 19, strike "10,712,730,700" insert "10,696,374,400"

11   Page 14, line 3, strike "$293,607,800" insert "$303,551,500"

12    Between lines 8 and 9, insert:

13          "Notwithstanding section 36-2903.01, subsection G, paragraph 9,

14       subdivisions (a), (b) and (c), Arizona Revised Statutes, the amount for

15       graduate medical education includes $1,666,700 from the state general fund

16       and $3,857,700 from expenditure authority for the direct costs of graduate

17       medical education programs located in a county with a population of less

18       than five hundred thousand persons. The state general fund amount may

19       supplement, but not supplant, voluntary payments made from political

20       subdivisions for payments to hospitals that operate a graduate medical

21       education program. The administration shall prioritize distribution to

22       programs at hospitals in counties with a higher percentage of persons

23       residing in a health professional shortage area as defined in 42 Code of

24       Federal Regulations part 5.


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1           Notwithstanding section 36-2903.01, subsection G, paragraph 9,

2        subdivisions (a), (b) and (c), Arizona Revised Statutes, the amount for

3        graduate medical education includes $1,333,300 from the state general fund

4        and $3,086,000 from expenditure authority for the direct costs of graduate

5        medical education programs located in a county with a population of more

6        than five hundred thousand persons. The state general fund amount may

7        supplement, but not supplant, voluntary payments made from political

8        subdivisions for payments to hospitals that operate a graduate medical

9        education program.   The administration shall prioritize distribution to

10       programs at hospitals in counties with a higher percentage of persons

11       residing in a health professional shortage area as defined in 42 Code of

12       Federal Regulations part 5.

13          Monies appropriated for graduate medical education in this section

14       are exempt from the provisions of section 35-190, Arizona Revised Statutes,

15       relating to lapsing of appropriations until June 30, 2021."

16   Page 14, line 32, strike "597.7" insert "607.7

17    Line 35, strike "100,000" insert "500,000"

18   Page 15, line 11, strike "$78,199,600" insert "$78,599,600"

19    Line 21, strike "14,023,100" insert "14,423,100"

20    Between lines 30 and 31, insert:

21          "Within ten days after receipt of a complaint alleging a violation of

22       section 15-511, Arizona Revised Statutes, the attorney general shall

23       forward a copy of the complaint to the governor, the president of the

24       senate and the speaker of the house of representatives."

25    After line 40, insert:

26          "Of the amount appropriated to the child and family advocacy centers

27       line item, $400,000 is a onetime appropriation from the consumer

28       protection-consumer fraud revolving fund established by section 44-1531.01,

29       Arizona Revised Statutes, for fiscal year 2019-2020."

30   Page 22, line 39, strike "20,184,200" insert "19,584,200"

31    Line 43, strike "$1,187,171,600" insert "$1,186,571,600"

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1   Page 23, line 9, strike "3,000,100" insert "2,400,100"

2     Line 35, after "officer" insert "and medical staff"

3   Page 24, line 28, strike "department" insert "Arizona strategic enterprise

4        technology office"; after "submit" insert ", on behalf of the state

5        department of corrections,"

6   Page 25, line 8, after "agreement" insert ", a copy of any court-ordered

7        compliance reports filed by the department or a contracted provider during

8        the reporting period and a copy of any report produced by a court-appointed

9        monitor regarding the delivery of health services during each reporting

10       period"

11  Page 29, between lines 31 and 32, insert:

12          "Before the department may spend any monies to replace the child

13       support information technology system, the Arizona strategic enterprise

14       technology office shall submit, on behalf of the department of economic

15       security, an expenditure plan to the joint legislative budget committee for

16       review. The expenditure plan shall include the project cost, deliverables,

17       timeline for completion and method of procurement consistent with the

18       department's prior reports for its appropriation from- the automation

19       projects fund pursuant to section 41-714, Arizona Revised Statutes."

20  Page 30, between lines 23 and 24, insert:

21          "Before implementing provider rate increases, the department shall

22       engage community stakeholders regarding the department's plans to increase

23       provider rates. The department shall submit a report to the joint

24       legislative budget committee on or before August 1, 2019 describing its

25       efforts to engage stakeholders and the department's plans to implement

26       provider rate increases for state fiscal year 2019-2020."

27  Page 35, line 32, strike "$26,946,900" insert "$31,946,900"

28    Line 34, strike "$19,146,900" insert "$24,146,900"

29  Page 36, line 12, strike "$5,094,282,900" insert "$5,099,282,900"

30    Line 14, strike "$4,046,962,900" insert "$4,051,962,900"

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1   Page 40, line 9, strike "750,000*" insert "1,000,000*"

2     Line 14, strike "$9,906,700" insert "$10,156,700"

3     Line 16, strike "$9,906,700" insert "$10,156,700"

4   Page 42, line 35,,strike "1,000,000" insert "1,750,000"

5     Line 44, strike $145,308,300" insert "$146,058,300"

6   Page 43, line 2, strike "$90,037,800" insert "$90,787,800"

7   Page 45; line 29, strike "10,000,000" insert "15,000,000"

8     Line 31, strike "$10,322,200".insert "$15,322,200"

9     Line 33, strike "$10,000,000" insert "$15,000,000"

10  Page 47, line 36, strike "19,209,400" insert "20,241,900"

11    Line 37, strike "11,115,300" insert "11,620,300"

12    Line 40, strike "451,800" insert "478,600"

13    Line 41, strike "1,018,400" insert "1,036,400"

14    Line 42, strike "3,538,700" insert "3,704,600"

15  Page 48, line l, strike "5,424,000" insert "5,682,000"

16    Line 2, strike "20,073,100" insert "20,148,000"

17    Line 5, strike "8,336,100" insert "8,609,000"

18    Line 7, strike "$101,680,200" insert "$104,034,200"

19    Line 9, strike "$89,722,100" insert "$92,076,100"

20  Page 51, line 8, strike "$13,422,200*" insert "$12,922,200*"

21    Lines 10 and 11, strike "$13,422,200" insert "$12,922,200"

22    Line 23, strike "$7,433,600" insert "$7,933,600"

23    Line 26, strike "$8,304,900*" insert "$8,804,900*

24    Line 28, strike "$8,304,900" insert "$8,804,900"

25  Page 55, line 39, strike "22.0" insert "22.4"

26  Page 58, line 15, strike "845,000" insert "318,200"

27    Line 16, strike "192,579,600" insert "193,106,400"

28  Page 62, line 27, strike "$12,380,300" insert "$12,483,300"

29    Line 28, strike "Election services" insert "Presidential preference election"

30    Line 34, strike "$17,636,800" insert "$17,739,800"

31    Line 36, strike "$16,892,400" insert "$16,995,400"

32    Line 38, strike "$12,380,300" insert "$12,483,300"

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1   Page 71, line 25, strike "32,421,400" insert "40,421,400"

2     Line 27, strike "$122,521,500" insert "$130,521,500"

3     Line 29, strike "$68,897,700" insert "$76,897,700"

4     Line 32, strike "$688,492,100" insert "$696,492,100"

5     Line 34, strike "$249,766,600" insert "$257,766,600"

6     After line 42, insert:

7           "The legislature intends that $8,000,000 appropriated to the Phoenix

8        medical campus line item be used to expand the university of Arizona

9        Phoenix medical school and to provide tuition waivers. The legislature

10       intends that the $8,000,000 not be annualized in future years."

11  Page 73, line 4, after the period insert "The department may spend up to $75,700

12       of this appropriation to hire a program specialist to liaise between the

13       department and the selected nonprofit organization."

14  Page 75, line 6, strike "$46,564,900" insert "$36,564,900"

15    Between lines 7 and 8, insert:

16          "Sec. 103. Appropriation: fiscal year 2019-2020; Arizona

17                      health care cost containment system; community

18                      health centers; graduate medical education

19                      program expenses

20          In addition to any other appropriations made in state fiscal year

21       2019-2020, the sum of $750,000 is appropriated from the state general fund

22       in fiscal year 2019-2020 to the Arizona health care cost containment system

23       administration for a onetime distribution to a nonprofit organization with

24       a network of community health centers in Northern Arizona for graduate

25       medical education program expenses to address primary care provider

26       shortages in northern Arizona.

27          Sec. 104. Attorney general; lapsing; exemption

28          The appropriation of $500,000 to the attorney general from the risk

29       management revolving fund in fiscal year 2018-2019 for election litigation

30       expenses made by Laws 2018, chapter 276, section 12 is exempt from the

31       provisions of section 35-190, Arizona Revised Statutes, relating to lapsing

32       of appropriations."

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House Amendments to H.B. 2747 1 Renumber to conform

2  Page 75, after line 43, insert:

3           "Sec. 108. Supplemental appropriation; department of economic

4                       security; developmental disabilities services

5                       providers; mandated labor costs; exemption

6           A. In addition to any other appropriations made in fiscal year

7       2018-2019, the sum of $500,000 from expenditure authority is appropriated

8        in fiscal year 2018-2019 to the department of economic security for

9       assistance to developmental disabilities services providers. The total

10       includes the following changes by fund:

11          1. $150,000 from voluntary payments made by political subdivisions.

12          2. $350,000 from developmental disabilities medicaid expenditure

13       authority.

14          B. The department may spend $2 of the developmental disabilities

15       medicaid expenditure authority monies appropriated in subsection A of this

16       section for each $1 that the city of Flagstaff provides as voluntary

17       payments for this purpose. The department shall distribute the monies to

18       developmental disabilities services providers that experience the highest

19      mandated labor cost increases for services provided in the city of

20       Flagstaff.

21          C. The appropriation made in subsection A of this section is exempt

22       from the provisions of section 35-190, Arizona Revised Statutes, relating

23       to lapsing of appropriations."

24  Renumber to conform

25  Page 77, between lines 7 and 8, insert:

26          "Sec. 114. Supplemental appropriation; secretary of state

27          In addition to any other appropriations made in fiscal year

28       2018-2019, the sum of $700,000 is appropriated from the state general fund

29      in fiscal year 2018-2019 to the secretary of state for operating expenses."

30  Renumber to conform

31  Page.78, strike lines 19 through 30

32  Renumber to conform

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1   Page 79, between lines. 5 and 6, insert:

2           "Sec. 122. Appropriation: Arizona commission on the arts;

3                       capital improvements; exemption

4           A. The sum of $200,000 is appropriated from the state general fund

5        in fiscal year 2019-2020 to the Arizona commission on the arts to

6        distribute to a nonprofit professional theater company in a county with a,

7        population of more than three million persons that has been in existence

8        for at least ninety-nine years. Monies distributed pursuant to this

9        subsection must be used for capital costs.

10          B. The appropriation made in subsection A of this section is exempt

11       from the provisions of section 35-190, Arizona Revised Statutes, relating

12       to lapsing of appropriations.

13          C. Notwithstanding section 41-1252, Arizona Revised Statutes, the

14       appropriation made in subsection A of this section is not subject to review

15       by the joint committee on capital review.

16          Sec. 123. Attorney general; appropriation; human trafficking

17                      survivors; fiscal year 2019-2020

18          The sum of $300,000 is appropriated from the consumer

19       protection-consumer fraud revolving fund established by section 44-1531.01,

20       Arizona Revised Statutes, in fiscal year 2019-2020 to the attorney general

21       to distribute to organizations that provide resources and services to

22       survivors of human trafficking.

23          Sec. 124. Appropriation; consumer protection-consumer fraud

24                      revolving fund; first responder personnel mental

25                      health

26          The sum of $400,000 is appropriated from the consumer

27       protection-consumer fraud revolving fund established by section 44-1531.01,

28       Arizona Revised Statutes, in fiscal year 2019-2020 to the attorney general

29       for distribution to organizations that provide resources and training,

30       including mental health training, for first responders and first responder

31       professionals who are experiencing the effects of stress from traumatic

32       incidents suffered in the line of duty.

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1           Sec. 125. Attorney general; appropriation; multidisciplinary

2                       young persons program; fiscal year 2019-2020

3           In addition to any other appropriations made in state fiscal year

4        2019-2020, the sum of $250,000 is appropriated from the consumer

5        protection-consumer fraud revolving fund established by section 44-1531.01,

6        Arizona Revised Statutes, in fiscal year 2019-2020 to the attorney general

7        for distribution to an organization that uses a multidisciplinary program

8        to assess, nurture and sustain young people within their environments. The

9        program must connect each participating child to at least five adults who

10       teach, model and provide research-based support to the child."

11  Renumber to conform

12  Page 80, line 28, strike "appropriation" insert "appropriations"

13    Line 29, strike "office" insert "offices"; after "2019-2020" insert

14       "; exemption"

15    Strike lines 30 through 32, insert:

16          "A. The sum of $500,000 is appropriated from the state general fund

17       in fiscal year 2019-2020 to the Arizona commerce authority to operate a

18       trade office in Mexico City and to establish new trade offices in

19       Guanajuato and Chihuahua.

20          B. The sum of $275,000, which includes $100,000 of onetime funding,

21       is appropriated from the -state general fund in fiscal year 2019-2020 to the

22       Arizona commerce authority to establish and operate a new trade office in

23       Israel.

24          C. The legislature intends that the appropriations made in

25       subsections A and B of this section, excluding the onetime funding, be

26       considered ongoing funding in future years.

27          D. The appropriations made in subsection A of this section are

28       exempt from the provisions of section 35-190, Arizona Revised Statutes,

29       relating to lapsing of appropriations.

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1           Sec. 129. Appropriation; Arizona commerce authority; applied

2                       research centers and institutes; blockchain or

3                       wearable technology; automated mobility; annual

4                       report; exemptions

5           A. The sum of $2,500,000 is appropriated from the state web portal

6       fund established by section 18-421, Arizona Revised Statutes, in fiscal

7       year 2019-2020 to the Arizona commerce authority to distribute to applied

8        research centers and institutes located in this state that specialize in

9        blockchain or wearable technology or automated mobility, to be allocated as

10       follows:

11          1. $1,250,000 for distribution to applied research centers that

12       specialize in blockchain technology.

13          2. $750,000 for distribution to applied research centers that

14       specialize in wearable technology.

15          3. $500,000 to the institute for automated mobility.

16          B. Subject to available funding, the authority shall distribute

17       monies appropriated in subsection A of this section to any applied research

18      center or institute in increments of up to $250,000 within - thirty days

19      after the applied research center or institute notifies the authority in

20      writing that the applied research center or institute has received a

21      matching amount of at least $250,000 from sources other than this state.

22          C. An applied research center or institute that receives a

23      distribution pursuant to this section must collaborate with universities,

24      nonprofit business associations, health science research centers,

25      institutes or other technology businesses that do business in this state.

26      On or before September 15, 2022, the applied research center or institute

27      shall return to the authority all monies received by the applied research

28      center or institute pursuant to this section that remain unexpended and

29      unencumbered on September 1, 2022. The authority shall deposit the

30      returned monies in the state web portal fund. The authority shall notify

31      the president of the senate and the speaker of the house of representatives

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1       on or before July 1, 2020 and July 1, 2021 if the authority has not

2       distributed any monies pursuant to this section.

3           D. An applied research center or institute that receives monies

4       pursuant to this section shall annually submit an expenditure and

5       performance report to the authority. The authority shall transmit the

6       report to the joint legislative budget committee and the governor's office

7       of strategic planning and budgeting on or before February 1 of each year.

8           E. For the purposes of this act, the authority is exempt from the

9        procurement code requirements of title 41, chapter 23, Arizona Revised

10       Statutes.

11          F. The appropriation made in subsection A of this section is exempt

12       from the provisions of section 35-190, Arizona Revised Statutes, relating

13       to lapsing of appropriations, except that any amounts that remain.

14       unexpended and unencumbered on June 30, 2023 revert to the state web portal

15       fund."

16  Renumber to conform

17  Page 80, after line 43, insert:

18          "Sec. 131. Appropriation; felony pretrial intervention

19                      program; probation surveillance; case management

20          The sum of $750,000 in onetime funding is appropriated from the

21       transition program fund established by section 31-284, Arizona Revised

22       Statutes, in fiscal year 2019-2020 to the Arizona criminal justice

23       commission to distribute to the Yavapai county sheriff to administer felony

24       pretrial intervention programs, probation surveillance and case

25       management."

26  Renumber to conform

27  Page 81, line 6, strike "emergency"; after "operators" insert ", interim managers

28       or owners"

29   Line 11, strike "emergency"

30   Line 12, after "operators" insert ", interim managers or owners"

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1   Page 83, strike lines 6 through 15, insert:

2           "Sec. 138. Appropriation; superintendent of public

3                       instruction gifted education fiscal year

4                       2019-2020

5           In addition to any other appropriations made in state fiscal year

6       2019-2020, the sum of $1,000,000 in onetime funding is appropriated from

7       the state general fund in fiscal year 2019-2020 to the superintendent of

8        public instruction for gifted education."

9     Between lines 24 and 25, insert;

10          "Sec. 140. Department of environmental quality; appropriation;

11                      dust suppression pilot program; fiscal year

12                      2019-2020

13    The sum of $200,000 is appropriated from the state general fund in

14    fiscal year 2019-2020 to the department of environmental quality for a

15    onetime distribution to Maricopa county for a dust suppression pilot 16    program in Sun Lakes, Arizona."

17  Renumber to conform

18          Page 85, between lines 9 and 10, insert:

19          "Sec. 146. Appropriation; department of health services;

20                      vulnerable caregiver workshops; exemption

21          A. The sum of $250,000 is appropriated from the state general fund

22      in fiscal year 2019-2020 to the department of health services to contract

23      with a nonprofit mental health services provider to conduct workshops for

24      vulnerable parents, grandparents and caregivers of at-risk youth who are

25      struggling at home, in an out-of-home placement or in school. The

26      workshops shall be designed to enable the vulnerable parents, grandparents

27      and caregivers to build strengths, gain insight and learn new skills to

28      effectively assist the at-risk youth to reach their full potential and to

29      preserve the family.

30          B. The appropriation made in subsection A of this section is exempt

31      from the provisions of section 35-190, Arizona Revised Statutes, relating

32     to lapsing of appropriations.

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1           Sec. 147. Appropriation; family caregiver grant program fund;

2                       exemption; fiscal Year 2019-2020

3           A. The sum of $1,000,000 is appropriated one time from the state

4        general fund in fiscal year 2019-2020 to the department of economic

5        security for deposit in the family caregiver grant program fund established

6        by section 46-343, Arizona Revised Statutes.

7           B. The monies appropriated in subsection A of this section are

8        exempt from the provisions of section 35-190, Arizona Revised Statutes,

9        relating to lapsing of appropriations." 10 Renumber to conform

11  Page 85, between lines 30 and 31, insert:

12          "Sec. 151. Appropriation; department of public safety; public

13                      safety interoperability fund deposit fiscal year

14                      2019-2020

15          The sum of $1,500,000 is appropriated from the state general fund in

16       fiscal year 2019-2020 to the department of public safety for deposit in the.

17       public safety interoperability fund established by section 41-1733, Arizona

18       Revised Statutes."

19  Renumber to conform

20  Page 86, line 30, strike the first "and" insert a comma; after "rehabilitate"

21       insert "and lease"

22    Line 31, strike the second "the" insert "qualified".

23    Line 32, after "districts" strike remainder of line

24    Strike lines 33 and 34

25    Line 35, strike "part of the closing process for fiscal year 2019-2020" insert

26       "as defined in section 45-615.01, Arizona Revised Statutes. The

27         disbursement of monies must be evidenced by an agreement between the

28      qualified irrigation districts and the director of water resources. The

29      terms of the agreement shall require the repayment of the monies disbursed

30      pursuant to this section on or before December 31, 2021 and may not require

31      payment of interest by the qualified irrigation district. The director

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1       shall reimburse the state general fund with all monies repaid by qualified

2       irrigation districts pursuant to this section."

3  Page 88, after line 2, insert:

4           "Sec. 162. Appropriation; state board for charter schools;

5                       fiscal Year 2020-2021

6           The sum of $392,800 and 5 FTE positions are appropriated from the

7      state general fund in fiscal year 2020-2021 to the state board for charter

8       schools for charter school accountability."

9  Renumber to conform

10  Page 89, line 38, strike "qualify" insert "quality"

11  Page 90, strike lines 10 through 17, insert:

12          "Sec. 169. Arizona highway patrol fund; state highway fund;

13                      vehicle license tax; transfer; fiscal year

14                      2019-2020

15          A. Notwithstanding any other law, the amount of $15,492,300 is

16      transferred from the Arizona highway patrol fund established by section

17      41-1752, Arizona Revised Statutes, in fiscal year 2019-2020 for deposit in

18      the state highway fund established by section 28-6991, Arizona Revised

19      Statutes.

20          B. Notwithstanding any other law, $15,492,300 rece-ived in fiscal

21      year 2019-2020 pursuant to title 28, chapter 16, article 3, Arizona Revised

22      Statutes, relating to vehicle license tax, for distribution to the state

23      highway fund pursuant to section 28-6538, subsection A, paragraph 1,

24      Arizona Revised Statutes, shall be deposited in the state general fund.

25      Deposits may be made in even monthly installments.

26          C. Notwithstanding any other law, $7,850,900 received in fiscal year

27      2019-2020 pursuant to title 28, chapter 16, article 3, Arizona Revised

28      Statutes, relating to vehicle license tax, for distribution to the state

29      highway fund pursuant to section 28-6538, subsection A, paragraph 1,

30      Arizona Revised Statutes, shall be deposited in the state general fund.

31      Deposits may be made in even monthly installments."

32  Renumber to conform

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1  Page 91, line 30, strike "$3,323,000" insert "$2,923,000"

2   Line 33, strike "1,300,000" insert "900,000"

3  Page 92, line 1.4, strike "increase" insert "reduction"

4  Page 98, line 45, strike "$11,911,600,000" insert "$11,917,600,000"

5  Page 99, line 2, strike "$11,504,200,000" insert "$11,514,400,000"

6   Line 4, strike "$11,480,200,000" insert "$11,472,900,000"

7   Line 6, strike "$11,905,900,000" insert "$11,923,400,000"

8   Line 8, strike "$11,813,900,000" insert "$11,918,400,000"

9  Amend title to conform

 

RUSSELL W. "RUSTY" BOWERS

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