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GENERAL FUND CHANGE:-$1,896,158TOTAL FUND CHANGE:-$6,935,926PASSED:12
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OrderAction#NameAgencyDescription & (Sponsor)
General Funds
Federal Funds
Other FundsTotal FundsFTE
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1PASSEDAdiBIT, DPS
This amendment shifts the teletype functions of State Radio from BIT to the Dept of Public Safety. (BFM)
$0$0$0$0
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2PASSEDBniGFP
Increase general funds due to changes in bond payments related to the Angostura Recreation Area and the Cedar Shore Resort marina. A like amount of the State Parks and Recreation other funds are transferred into the general fund resulting in a net zero impact to the general fund. (BFM)
$30,614$0$0$30,614
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3KILLEDDhrDSS
This amendment provides prenatal coverage under the Title XIX program for pregnant women who are noncitizens. (BFM)
$118,246$128,716$0$246,962
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4KILLED1nhBFMReduce employee compensation adjustment toward job worthfrom 3% to 2%. (Sen Approps)-$932,347-$448,680-$609,459-$1,990,486
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5KILLED3nfBOAReduction in statewide M&R. (Sen Approps)-$2,000,000$0$0-$2,000,000
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6KILLED6adDORIncrease of $4,635 in other fund expenditure authority due to an increase in Streamlined Sales Tax registration fees. (Sen Peters$0$0$4,635$4,635
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7KILLED7hlDSSTo expand the Medicaid program in accordance with theAffordable Care Act. (Sen Sutton)$1,905,269$273,363,565$0$275,268,83439
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8KILLED8hqmultiIncrease funding by .5% to medical service providers. (SenVanGerpen)$2,071,797$1,876,615$12,321$3,960,733
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9KILLED10hmmultiDSS, DHS, DOC, DOH. Increase provider inflation by 1% to certainprovider groups. (Rep Wismer)$2,718,106$2,138,390$24,642$4,881,138
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10KILLED11mkDSS, DOEIncrease federal fund authority to draw funds from the federal TANF grant carryover with an offsetting general fund decrease. And, provide funding to the four technical institutes to be distributed based on the funding formula per administrative rule 24:10:42:28 in effect for FY14. (Rep Mickelson)$0$1,000,000$0$1,000,000
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11KILLED15hbDSSRemove the FY14 general fund increase for the child safety seat distribution program tht was added due to a reduction in the federal highway safety funding. (Rep Bolin)-$189,703$0$0-$189,703
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12KILLED16haDOHRemove the Tobacco Prevention & Reduction funds increase fromthe enhanced West Nile activities. (Rep Bolin)$0$0-$500,000-$500,000
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13KILLED28deBORCritical Teaching and Needs-Based Scholarships-Additional funding for scholarship programs: $200,000 per year to the Needs-Based Scholarship program and $100,000 per year to the Critical Needs K-12 Teaching Scholarship. (Sen Sutton)$300,000$00$300,000
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14KILLED29dgBORUSD-Design and construction for the expansion of the graduate education and applied research center and the USD Research Park located in Sioux Falls. (Rep Mickelson)$1,000,000$0$0$1,000,000
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15KILLED31ddBORSDSMT-Fund a construction contract to prepare underground facility space for a CASPAR experiment operated by SDSMT. CASPAR expands the lab's science program and facilities to include a new type of physics that could deliver world leading science results. (Rep Romkema)$1,000,000$0$0$1,000,000
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16KILLED40dhTreasState Treasurer-Appropriate general funds to the Teen CourtGrant Fund. (Sen Approps)$150,000$0$0$150,000
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17PASSED41djLegisAs per 4-7-10.4, the budget report must contain a scheduledisclosing per diem rates. (Sen Peters)
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43dlDLREliminate the $325,000 general fund request to replace federal funds in the Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) Program. Allow use of other fund expenditure authority. (Sen Peters)-$325,000$0$325,000$0
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19KILLED2ncBOAAdjustment for savings realized from the construction of amaintenance shop on the Capital Complex. (Rep Greenfield)-$83,333$0$0-$83,333
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20KILLED12hhDSSIncrease community support services by 25 cents per meal forsenior meal providers. (Sen Sutton)$313,754$0$0$313,754
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21KILLED14hkDSS, DOEReduce medical services general funds ($1,000,000) and federal funds ($1,088,555) based on the availability of the contingency reserve and increase general funds ($1,000,000) to technical institutes. (Rep Mickelson)$0-$1,088,555$0-$1,088,555
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22KILLED18mhDOEIncrease PSA by .87 percent bringing the amount to $4,804.60.(Rep Sly)$5,288,156$0$0$5,288,156
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23KILLED19miDOERestore the PSA to $4,804.60. (Rep Wismer)$5,288,156$0$0$5,288,156
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24KILLED20mjDOEIncrease the PSA by .4% bringing the amount to $4,782.92. (RepSly)$2,435,127$0$0$2,435,127
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25KILLED21mpDOEFund limited English proficiency at certain school districts. (RepJohns)$9,529$0$0$9,529
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26PASSED34aaUJSIncrease FTE authority to increase part-time magistrate positionin Pennington County to full-time. (UJS)$0$0$0$00.5
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27KILLED27dfBORFY14 Health Insurance Shortfall-The Governor proposed Regents employees compensated from tuition, fees, and other $2,600,000 in one time general funds. An additional $1,900,000 is needed to fund the health insurance shortfall for Board of Regents employees compensated from tuition, fees, and other funds. (Sen Sutton)$1,900,000$0$0$1,900,000
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28KILLED30dbBORSDSU-Fund the matching grant for the United States Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) consulting program. (Rep Munsterman)$75,000$0$0$75,000
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29KILLED5ngBITSDMedX Data Centers and Development FTE Reduction. (SenApprops)$0$0-$761,246-$761,246-9
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30KILLED23mlDOEIncrease nonrecurring funding to the technical institutes. Thedistribution shall be based on the funding formula per administrative rule 24:10:42:28 in effect for FY14. (Rep Mickelson)$1,000,000$0$0$1,000,000
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31PASSED32mbBORThe SDSM&T is requesting an additional 54.6 FTE due to the elimination of the Aramark contract on December 31, 2013. The custodial and manitenance duties will now be done "in house" by the institution making the additional FTEs a necessity. SDSM&T was the only institution outsourcing this service. (BOR)$0$0$0$054.6
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32KILLED24mfDOEProvide funding for the JAG (Jobs for America's Graduates)program. (Rep Heinert)$250,000$0$0$250,000
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33KILLED25moDOEProvide funding for the JAG (Jobs for America's Graduates)program. (Sen Peters)$100,000$0$0$100,000
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34PASSED17mvDOEIncrease funding by .5% (approx $23.13 per student) to state aidto education. (Sen VanGerpen) (Amended)$2,200,521$2,200,521
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35PASSED22mrDOEIncrease funding by .5% (approx $16.53 per student) to state aidto postsecondary education. (Sen VanGerpen) (Amended)$140,172$0$0$140,172
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36KILLED4njBOAReduction in Statewide M&R. (Sen Peters)-$1,500,000$0$0-$1,500,000
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37KILLED26dkDOEProvide nonrecurring funding for the Teach for America grantprogram. (Sen Heineman)$250,000$0$0$250,000
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38KILLED38acAttyGenIncrease other fund expenditure authority by $53,190 and 1.0 FTEfor a Consumer Technology Specialist. (Sen Sutton)$0$0$53,190$53,1901
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39PASSED39abAttyGenIncrease general funds by $103,253 for personal services and operating expenses for a new DCI agent in Aberdeen. (Sen Novstrup) (Amended)$71,200$0$0$71,2001
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40KILLED42mqBFMEliminate requested FTE (Senate Approps)$0$0-$72,331-$72,331-1
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41PASSED37muLegisFunding for two task forces per SB154 (Jolene's Law Task Force)and SB108 (Autism Spectrum Disorder Workgroup). (Sen Peters) (Amended)$21,000$0$0$21,000
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42KILLED35mmLegisAs per SDCL 2-4-2, Legislators are paid for expenses at the IRS authorized amount of $129 per day. The FY15 budget contained the previous amount of $123/day. (Sen Peters)$29,818$0$0$29,818
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43KILLED13hjDSSReduce FY15 budget by the same amounts reduced in the FY14 hearing. (Sen Approps)budget based on the updated information received at the 2/20-$9,224,028-$11,460,071$0-$20,684,099
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44KILLED33hgPUCTo continue funding this amount of personal services from theGrain Warehouse fund and decrease general funds. (Sen Peters)-$43,364$43,364$0
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45PASSED36mnLegisAs per SB124, revise reimbursement to newly appointed and elected legislators (new legislator orientation, Appropriations hearings, etc. estimate 38 members). (Sen Peters)$43,794$0$0$43,794
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46PASSED9himultiDSS, DHS, DOC, DOH. Increase funding by 1% for certain medicalservice providers including CCHS. (Sen White) (Amended)$800,003$620,104$4,381$1,424,488
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47PASSEDCmxDSS
This amendment adjusts updated figures for Title XIX and Title XXI eligibles and utilization within Medical Services. (BFM)
-$5,203,462-$5,664,253$0-$10,867,715
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