- District 41
Appropriates money for capital expenditures, the operation of the state, K-12 and higher education, the delivery of Medicaid and other services, and various other distributions and purposes. Replaces the governor with the budget director or the budget director's designee on the state board of finance. Renames the personal services/fringe benefits contingency fund as the budget agency contingency fund (fund). Adds the following authorized fund uses: (1) Emergency capital project expenses. (2) Necessary expenses for existing programs as determined by the governor and budget director. Removes a provision that prevents transfers from the fund for other purposes. Requires the budget committee to be advised of each transfer from the fund that exceeds $500,000. Replaces the state librarian with the budget director as a member of the enhanced access fee committee. Transfers the operations of the Indiana department of gaming research into a newly established gaming research division of the Indiana gaming commission. Repeals the exoneration fund. Provides that any money remaining in the fund is transferred to the state general fund. Replaces the director of the budget agency with the director of the office of management and budget as an ex officio voting member of the board of trustees of the Indiana public retirement system (INPRS). Removes the annual appropriation provision for the examinations fund of the state board of accounts. Replaces the state superintendent of public instruction with the secretary of education or the secretary's designee as a member of the distressed unit appeal board. Amends the venture capital investment tax credit to apply to taxpayers that provide qualified investment capital to certain qualified Indiana investment funds (qualified fund). Provides that the Indiana economic development corporation (IEDC) may only certify a fund as a qualified fund if the fund meets the definition of a venture capital fund under federal regulations and the fund makes investments according to specified policy requirements and priorities. Provides that a taxpayer may not claim a credit certified with regard to a qualified fund before July 1, 2023. Specifies the maximum available tax credits in a calendar year with regard to a qualified fund. Increases the maximum available tax credits in a calendar year with regard to qualified Indiana businesses under current law, including an additional increase in the maximum amount if the qualified Indiana business is a minority business enterprise or a women's business enterprise. Caps the total amount of credits that the IEDC may award in a calendar year at $20,000,000, provided that not more than $7,500,000 is awarded for proposed investments in a qualified fund. Provides that, beginning July 1, 2021, all aviation fuel excise tax revenue is transferred to the airport development grant fund (under current law, 50% of the aviation fuel excise tax revenue is transferred to the general fund and 50% is transferred to the airport development grant fund). Adjusts the distributions from the excise fund to increase the amount transferred to the enforcement and administration fund and correspondingly decrease the amount transferred to the state general fund. Clarifies the equal opportunity procurement and contracting requirements for certain projects. Removes the sunset of provisions regarding public-private agreements that provide that legislative approval is not required to impose tolls on certain projects. Specifies that, except for those certain projects, the general assembly must enact authorizing legislation before the Indiana department of transportation (INDOT), the Indiana finance authority (IFA), or an operator may enter into public-private agreements that impose user fees on motor vehicles for use on highways and roads in existence or under construction on July 1, 2011. Provides that the IFA must be a party to any public-private agreement that requires payments to be made to an operator after the operator receives final payment for construction. Specifies the IFA's bonding authority for public-private partnership projects. Removes annual budget committee review of the distribution formula established by INDOT for the public mass transportation fund. Extends the expiration of the hospital assessment fee and the quality assessment fee from June 30, 2021, to June 30, 2023. Removes a provision that prevents unused money appropriated to the department of education for the advanced placement program from reverting to the state general fund. Establishes a definition of "virtual instruction" for purposes of determining a school corporation's basic tuition support using the average daily membership (ADM). Provides that any increase in the maximum higher education award and freedom of choice award by the commission for higher education is subject to approval by the budget agency. (Under current law, the commission's annual determination of the maximum awards is subject to approval by the budget agency with review by the budget committee.) Requires money from judicial insurance adjustment fees to be deposited in the state general fund. Appropriates $400,000,000 from the state general fund to the pre-1996 account of the teachers' retirement fund of the INPRS. Appropriates amounts for defeasing bonds. Allows the budget agency to augment the county jail maintenance continency fund appropriation from the state general fund for the 2020-2021 state fiscal year by an amount necessary to cover jail and parole holds. Specifies the uses for the augmented amount. Makes corresponding changes.
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Coauthored by Representatives Porter, Cherry and Sullivan
Authored by Representative Brown T
|Bill Text Versions||Format|
|Introduced House Bill (H)|
|Fiscal Note: HB1001.01.INTR.FN001|
|Committee Amendment: HB1001.01.INTR.AMH03|
|Committee Amendment: HB1001.01.INTR.AMH11|
|Committee Amendment: HB1001.01.INTR.AMH13|
|Committee Amendment: HB1001.01.INTR.AMH12|
|Committee Amendment: HB1001.01.INTR.AMH05|
|Committee Amendment: HB1001.01.INTR.AMH16|
|Committee Amendment: HB1001.01.INTR.AMH04|
|Committee Amendment: HB1001.01.INTR.AMH06|
|Committee Amendment: HB1001.01.INTR.AMH08|
|Committee Amendment: HB1001.01.INTR.AMH17|
|Committee Amendment: HB1001.01.INTR.AMH14|
|Committee Amendment: HB1001.01.INTR.AMH15|
|Committee Amendment: HB1001.01.INTR.AMH23|
|Committee Amendment: HB1001.01.INTR.AMH24|
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