1999 Session

Budget Amendments - HB1450 (Member Request)

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Chief Patron: Rhodes
Delay Medicaid for Residential Services

Item 151 #3h

Item 151 #3h

First Year - FY1999 Second Year - FY2000
Education: Elementary and Secondary
Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families FY1999 $0 FY2000 $4,556,409 GF
FY1999 $0 FY2000 ($7,232,395) NGF

Page 141, line 20, strike "$127,926,561" and insert "$125,250,575".
Page 141, line 42, strike "$68,460,751" and insert "$73,017,160".
Page 141, line 43, strike "$30,890,660" and insert "$23,658,265".
Page 141, line 50, strike "$13,094,376" and insert "$8,537,967".
Page 141, line 51, strike "$22,470,663" and insert "$15,238,268".
Page 142, line 21, strike "$55,366,375" and insert "$59,922,784".

(This amendment would reflect the impact to state and federal funding in the Comprehensive Services Act funding for delaying the date residential services would become Medicaid-eligible. Localities would also have to budget an additional $2,675,986 in local funding that would have been saved through the use of Medicaid. The true impact of the change may be greater if the federal Health Care Financing Administration links the start-up of Medicaid funding for therapeutic foster care to residential services. A companion amendment is located in the budget for the Department of Medical Assistance Services.)