2012 Special Session I

Budget Amendments - HB1301 (Conference Report)

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Conference-Corrections Special Reserve Fund

Item 389 #2c

Item 389 #2c

First Year - FY2013 Second Year - FY2014
Public Safety
Corrections, Department of FY2013 ($6,212,420) FY2014 $0 GF

Page 285, line 34, strike "$97,629,073" and insert "$91,416,653".
Page 287, line 18, strike "$12,128,309" and insert "$5,915,889".
Page 287, strike lines 23 through 32 and insert:
"a.  House Bill 968/Senate Bill 159, concerning penalties for drug trafficking -- $5,512,531.
b.  House Bill 508/Senate Bill 273, concerning synthetic cannabinoids -- $50,000.
c.  House Bill 973/Senate Bill 436, concerning certain sex offenses against children -- $50,000.
d.  House Bill 752/Senate Bill 459, concerning strangulation  -- $50,000.
e.  House Bill 876/Senate Bill 503, concerning motor vehicle fuels tax -- $50,000.
f.  House Bill 546, concerning gangs; predicate crimes -- $3,358.
g.  House Bill 718, concerning transfer of juveniles to adult court -- $50,000.
h.  House Bill 963, concerning solicitation of child pornography -- $50,000.
i.  House Bill 964, concerning displaying grooming videos to minors -- $50,000.
j. House Bill 1140, concerning moving carisoprodol to Schedule IV -- $50,000."

(This amendment reduces the total deposit into the Corrections Special Reserve Fund, as required under § 30-19.1:4, Code of Virginia, from $12,128,309 in the budget as introduced to $5,915,889, based on the adoption by the House of Delegates and the Senate of sentencing legislation which increases the required number of state-responsible correctional facility beds. Accordingly, this amendment captures a savings of $6,212,420, compared to the budget as introduced. This amendment is contingent upon final passage of the House and Senate bills as noted in the accompanying language.)