2016 Session

Budget Amendments - HB30 (Conference Report)

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Corrections Special Reserve Fund

Item 394 #1c

Item 394 #1c

First Year - FY2017 Second Year - FY2018
Public Safety and Homeland Security
Department of Corrections FY2017 $283,168 FY2018 $0 GF

Page 334, line 28, strike "$99,727,076" and insert "$100,010,244".

Page 336, line 17, strike "300,000" and insert "583,168".

Page 336, strike lines 21 through 29 and insert:

"1.  Senate Bill 49 and House Bill 1391, concerning a prohibition against possessing firearms by persons covered by protective orders -- $50,000.

2. Senate Bill 339 and House Bill 752, concerning stalking -- $50,000.

3.  Senate Bill 354 and House Bill 510, concerning the statute of limitations for sexual crimes against minors -- $50,000.

4.  Senate Bill 715 and House Bill 1386, concerning voluntary background checks at gun shows -- $50,000.

5.  House Bill 177, adding aggravated malicious wounding to the Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry -- $50,000.

6.  House Bill 610, increasing the penalty for stalking a person protected by a protective order to a Class 6 felony -- $101,254.

7.  House Bill 886, concerning a second offense of stalking within five years -- $81,914.

8.  House Bill 1087 and Senate Bill 323, concerning a violation of a protective order while armed with a firearm -- $50,000.

9.  House Bill 1189, concerning child welfare agencies operating without a license -- $50,000.

10.  House Bill 1292, adding Viberzi to Schedule IV of the Drug Control Act -- $50,000."


(This amendment provides $283,168 from the general fund the first year for the required deposit into the Corrections Special Reserve Fund, pursuant to § 30-19.1:4 of the Code of Virginia, for sentencing legislation which has been adopted by the 2016 General Assembly. These sentencing bills, as referenced in the accompanying language, increase the number of state-responsible prison beds that will be required over the next six years. The effect of this amendment is to increase the amount provided in the budget as introduced for deposit into the fund, from $300,000 to $583,168 the first year. This amendment is contingent upon final passage of the legislation as cited in this amendment.)