2020 Session

Budget Amendments - HB30 (Conference Report)

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HB 395/SB 7 - Funding for Minimum Wage Increase

Item 477 #4c

Item 477 #4c

First Year - FY2021 Second Year - FY2022
Central Appropriations
Central Appropriations FY2021 $1,398,067 FY2022 $4,627,062 GF

Page 456, line 4, strike "$28,709,584" and insert "$30,107,651".
Page 456, line 4, strike "$70,911,098" and insert "$75,538,160".

Page 463, after line 21, insert:

"U. Out of the amounts included in this item, amounts estimated at $1,398,067 the first year and $4,627,062 the second year from the general fund is available for transfer to state agencies and institutions of higher education to effectuate the provisions of House Bill 395 and Senate Bill 7 which increases the minimum wage beginning January 1, 2021."


(This amendment provides $1.4 million in fiscal year 2021 and $4.6 million in fiscal year 2022 to fund the impact on state agencies from the increase in the minimum wage. A companion amendment within the Department of Medical Assistance Services reflects the impact on the Medicaid from the increase.)