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SB 1350 - Appropriates Funds for the 2021 General Budget - Pennsylvania Key Vote

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Title: Appropriates Funds for the 2021 General Budget

Signed by Governor Tom Wolf


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Title: Appropriates Funds for the 2021 General Budget

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to concur with house amendments and pass a bill that appropriates funds for the 2021 general budget.

Highlights:

 

  • Appropriates funds to the agencies of the executive department of the commonwealth specified in this act for the payment of the expenses of implementing and carrying out the programs specified in this act for the current fiscal year and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of the prior fiscal year. unless otherwise stated, the federal appropriations include any carryovers from the prior fiscal year (Sec. 105).

  • Appropriates $3.84 million from the general fund to the office of the Governor for maintenance of the governor’s home, travel expenses, and entertainment of official guests (Sec. 201).

  • Appropriates $5.57 million to supplement the sum appropriated for the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (Sec. 202).

  • Appropriates $9.46 million for violence and delinquency prevention programs (Sec. 202).

  • Appropriates $10.58 million for juvenile probation services (Sec. 202).

  • Appropriates $11.05 million for grants to the arts (Sec. 202).

  • Appropriates $5.59 million for law enforcement activities (Sec. 202).

  • Appropriates $5 million from the General Fund to the Lieutenant Governor for the current fiscal year (Sec. 203).

  • Appropriates the following for General Government Operations of the Office of Attorney General, as well as (Sec. 204):

    • $26.88 million for drug law enforcement;

    • $28.35 million for a joint local-state firearm task force in a city of the first class;

    • $3.95 million for witness relocation programs; and

    • $3.04 million for tobacco law enforcement.

  • Appropriates $20.49 million for the Auditor General (Sec. 205).

  • Appropriates $20.49 million for the Board of Finance and Revenue (Sec. 206).

  • Appropriates $32.43 million for the Department of Aging (Sec. 207).

  • Appropriates $19.07 million for Agricultural Preparedness and Response (Sec. 208).

  • Appropriates $3.62 million for the transfer from the General Fund to the Conservation District Fund (Sec. 208).

  • Appropriates $10.95 million to supplement the sum appropriated for Department of Community and Economic Development (Sec. 209).

  • Appropriates funds for General Government Operations, as well as (Sec. 209):

    • $3.78 million for COVID CDBGs;

    • $3.38 million for marketing to attract tourists;

    • $10.6 million for marketing to attract businesses;

    • $8.46 million for Pennsylvania First;

    • $6.67 million for Municipal Assistance;

    • $15.44 million for the State Facility Closure Transition Program;

    • $5.76 million for Manufacturing PA;

    • $7 million for the Strategic Managing Planning Program;

    • $5.83 million for Public Television Technology; and

    • $14.53 million for Local Municipal Relief.

  • Appropriates $27.05 million for State Forest Operations and Forest Pest Management, includes $25.71 million for Heritage and Other Parks (Sec. 225).

  • Appropriates $25.61 million for General Government Operationsfrom the General Fund to the Department of Criminal Justice, as well as (Sec. 211):

    • $107.86 million for Medical Care;

    • $23.87 million for Correctional Education and Training;

    • $256.78 million for state correctional institutions;

    • $82.94 million for state field supervision;

    • $6.82 million for parole boards; and

    • $3.79 million for sexual offenders assessment boards.

  • Appropriates $14.65 million for General Government Operations from the General Fund to the Department of Education, as well as (Sec. 215):

    • $23.21 million for PA Assessment;

    • $4.83 million for programs of education and training at youth development centers and the monitoring of programs of education and training to incarcerated juveniles;

    • $63.12 million for basic education funding to school districts;

    • $7.28 million for adult and family literacy programs, summer reading programs, and the adult high school diploma program;

    • $189.88 million for early intervention services;

    • $28 million for tuition to school districts providing education to nonresident orphaned children in private homes and nonresident inmates of children's institutions;

    • $28.38 million for chartered schools for deaf and blind children;

    • $44.78 million for special education in private schools;

    • $120 million in COVID food and nutrition emergency relief;

    • $8.9 million for social security taxes for certain public school employees;

    • $34.69 million for subsidies to public libraries; and

    • $20.62 million for job training and education programs.

  • Appropriates $8.73 million for General Government Operations from the General Fund for the Department of Environmental Protection as well as (Sec. 219):

    • $18.45 million for Environmental Program Management;

    • $54.22 million for Environmental Program Operations; and

    • $3.1 million for West Nile Virus and Zika Virus control.

  • Appropriates $30.9 million for General Government Operations from the General Fund to the Department of General Services as well as (Sec. 220):

    • $7.23 million for Administration and Operation of the Capitol Police;

    • $11.35 million for rental , relocation, and municipal charges; and

    • $14.47 million for utility costs, including implementation of third-party shared savings programs.

  • Appropriates funds from the General Fund for the Department of Health $10.87 million for General Government Operations as well as (Sec. 221):

    • $4.67 million for COVID public health emergency preparedness and response;

    • $13.3 million for quality assurance;

    • $29.22 million for COVID epidemiology and laboratory surveillance and response;

    • $6.41 million for COVID disease control immunization;

    • $4.12 million for screening of newborns;

    • $5.57 million for AIDS programs and special pharmaceutical services;

    • $20.2 million for reimbursement to school districts on account of health services;

    • $3.68 million for real dialysis services; and

    • $4.49 million for biotechnology research.

  • Appropriates $61.28 million for General Government Operations from the General Fund for the Department of Human Services as well as (Sec. 222):

    • $49.97 million for information systems;

    • $26.33 million for statewide operations related to county administration of the public assistance and medical assistance programs;

    • $140.81 million for county assistance office operations related to administration of the public assistance and medical assistance programs;

    • $45 million for medical assistance county assistance offices;

    • $9.46 million for child support enforcement;

    • $8.59 million for new directions;

    • $7 million for new medical assistance directions;

    • $8.34 million for youth development institutions and forestry camps;

    • $490.04 million for mental health services;

    • $21.17 million for COVID medical assistance and mental health assistance;

    • $53.21 million for state centers for intellectual disabilities;

    • $15.62 million for state centers for COVID medical assistance;

    • $3.26 million for medical assistance at state centers;

    • $6.12 million for cash assistance grants, including employment and training and supportive services for cash assistance recipients;

    • $70.61 million for supplemental grants to aged, blind, and disabled persons;

    • $581.74 million for COVID medical assistance and capitation;

    • $346 million for medical assistance capitation;

    • $317.66 million for primary health care and preventive services for eligible medical assistance recipients in the fee-for-service delivery system;

    • $61.07 million for COVID medical assistance fee-for-service;

    • $286.61 million for medical assistance fee for service

    • $349.04 million for payment to the federal government for the Medicare Drug Program;

    • $26.43 million for medical assistance for workers with disabilities;

    • $18.56 million for COVID medical assistance for workers with disabilities;

    • $4.57 million for medical assistance payments to qualifying university-affiliated physician practice plans;

    • $3.82 million for medical assistance and physician practice plans;

    • $4.9 million for medical assistance payments at critical access hospitals;

    • $4.04 million for medical assistance payments at trauma centers;

    • $11.2 million for medical assistance payments to academic medical centers;

    • $3.2 million for COVID medical assistance at academic medical centers;

    • $8.34 million for medical assistance at academic medical centers;

    • $34.06 million for medical assistance transportation;

    • $3.65 million for women’s service programs;

    • $26.97 million for Children’s Health Insurance Programs;

    • $18.43 million for COVID Children’s Health Insurance Program;

    • $170.7 million for medical assistance at long-term living centers;

    • $14.88 million for COVID medical assistance at long-term living centers;

    • $46.55 million for medical assistance at long-term living facilities;

    • $1.57 billion for medical assistance for Community Healthchoices;

    • $704.52 million for COVID medical assistance for Community Healthchoices

    • $3.14 million for medical assistance for Community Healthchoices;

    • $75.46 million for long-term care managed care;

    • $21.89 million for COVID for medical assistance at long-term care managed care;

    • $83.64 million for intellectual disabilities in community based programs;

    • $68.46 million for intellectual disabilities at intermediate care facilities;

    • $22.49 million for COVID medical assistance;

    • $861.14 million for intellectual disabilities at community waiver programs;

    • $244.59 million for COVID medical assistance in community ID waiver program;

    • $14.01 million for services to persons with autism spectrum disorders;

    • $33.34 million for behavioral health services or other county-based human services included under the Human Services Block Grant Program;

    • $64.54 million for payments and services to counties for children and youth programs and for the care of delinquent and dependent children;

    • $18 million for COVID child welfare;

    • $11.83 million for community-based family centers;

    • $91.28 million for child-care services and $64.1 million for child-care-assistance programs;

    • $7.51 million for the nurse family partnership program;

    • $99.56 million for early intervention services;

    • $6.9 million for COVID medical assistance early intervention;

    • $11.14 million for domestic violence programs;

    • $6.37 million for rape crisis programs;

    • $7.85 million for the Human Services Development Fund; and 

    • $10.79 million for provision of services to the homeless or other county-based human services included under the Human Services Block Grant Program.

  • Appropriates $27.97 million for the transfer from the General Fund to the Vocational Rehabilitation Fund for the work of the State Board of Vocational Rehabilitation (Sec. 224).

  • Appropriates $18.78 million for the General Government Operations of the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs and $58.67 million for the operation and maintenance of the Veterans Homes (Sec. 225).

  • Appropriates $81.07 million for the General Government Operations of the Department of Revenue (Sec. 226).

  • Appropriates $63.87 million for COVID Keystone Corridor equipment and purchases (Sec. 228).

  • Appropriates $11.13 million for General Government Operations of the Pennsylvania state police (Sec. 229).

  • Appropriates $12.17 million for the General Government Operations of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (Sec. 232).

  • Appropriates $10 million for the Supreme Court, includes $11.47 million for the District Court administrators for the Unified Judicial System (Sec. 241).

  • Appropriates $18.89 million for the salaries and expenses of the Superior Court (Sec. 242).

  • Appropriates $12.36 million for the salaries of judges and salaries and expenses of employees and for home office expenses (Sec. 243).

  • Appropriates $68.68 million for the courts of common pleas (Sec. 244).

  • Appropriates $48.3 million for the salaries and expenses of Community Court judges and Magisterial District judges (Sec. 245).

  • Appropriates $13.5 million for payment to countries as reimbursement for costs incurred by counties in the administration and operation of Courts of Common Pleas during the calendar year which immediately precedes the beginning of the current fiscal year (Sec. 251).

  • Appropriates $46.59 million for the Caucus Operations Account and Caucus Operations Account (Sec. 261).

  • Appropriates $20.59 million for representatives’ compensation, extra compensation for the Speaker of the House and leaders of the House of Representatives and $77.8 million for caucus operations (Sec. 262)

  • Appropriates $18.82 million for salaries, wages, other personnel expenses, operating costs, contracts, equipment, software, and other expenses for the Legislative Data Processing Center (Sec. 273).

  • Appropriates $605.77 million from the General Fund to the Department of Education (Sec. 315).

  • Appropriates $2.59 billion for medical payments for capitation plans (Sec. 322).

  • Appropriates $10 million from the State Lottery Fund to the Pharmaceutical Assistance Fund (Sec. 401.1).

  • Appropriates $125 million for the salaries, wages, and all necessary expenses for the operation of the Highway and Safety Improvement Programs (Sec. 528).

  • Appropriates $95 million for COVID relief medical care and $968 million for COVID relief in state correctional institutions (Sec. 712).

  • Appropriates $10 million for COVID relief in state health care centers (Sec. 721).

  • Appropriates $30 million for COVID relief in youth development institutions (Sec. 722).

  • Appropriates $225.97 million for COVID relief - General Government Operations (Sec. 729).

  • Appropriates $17 million for state parks operations and $17 million for state forests operations (Sec. 802).

  • Appropriates $11.9 million for COVID - Title III - supportive services (Sec. 5111).

  • Appropriates $90.44 million for COVID - Community Development Block Grants (Sec. 5112).

  • Appropriates $38.1 million for COVID Emergency Solutions Grants (Sec. 5112).

  • Appropriates $196.61 million for COVID - Food and Nutrition Emergency Relief (Sec. 5113).

  • Appropriates 27.76 million for COVID - public health emergency preparedness and response (Sec. 5114).

  • Appropriates funds to supplement the sum appropriated for quality assurance (Sec. 5114).

    • $14.98 million for COVID - Medicare - Health Service Agency Certification; and

    • $14.84 million for COVID - Medicaid Certification.

  • Appropriates $293.16 million for COVID - epidemiology and laboratory surveillance and response (Sec. 5114).

See How Your Politicians Voted

Title: Appropriates Funds for the 2021 General Budget

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to amend and pass a bill that appropriates funds for the 2021 general budget.

Highlights:

 

  • Appropriates funds to the agencies of the executive department of the commonwealth specified in this act for the payment of the expenses of implementing and carrying out the programs specified in this act for the current fiscal year and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of the prior fiscal year. unless otherwise stated, the federal appropriations include any carryovers from the prior fiscal year (Sec. 105).

  • Appropriates $3.84 million from the general fund to the office of the Governor for maintenance of the governor’s home, travel expenses, and entertainment of official guests (Sec. 201).

  • Appropriates $5.57 million to supplement the sum appropriated for the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (Sec. 202).

  • Appropriates $9.46 million for violence and delinquency prevention programs (Sec. 202).

  • Appropriates $10.58 million for juvenile probation services (Sec. 202).

  • Appropriates $11.05 million for grants to the arts (Sec. 202).

  • Appropriates $5.59 million for law enforcement activities (Sec. 202).

  • Appropriates $5 million from the General Fund to the Lieutenant Governor for the current fiscal year (Sec. 203).

  • Appropriates the following for General Government Operations of the Office of Attorney General, as well as (Sec. 204):

    • $26.88 million for drug law enforcement;

    • $28.35 million for a joint local-state firearm task force in a city of the first class;

    • $3.95 million for witness relocation programs; and

    • $3.04 million for tobacco law enforcement.

  • Appropriates $20.49 million for the Auditor General (Sec. 205).

  • Appropriates $20.49 million for the Board of Finance and Revenue (Sec. 206).

  • Appropriates $32.43 million for the Department of Aging (Sec. 207).

  • Appropriates $19.07 million for Agricultural Preparedness and Response (Sec. 208).

  • Appropriates $3.62 million for the transfer from the General Fund to the Conservation District Fund (Sec. 208).

  • Appropriates $10.95 million to supplement the sum appropriated for Department of Community and Economic Development (Sec. 209).

  • Appropriates funds for General Government Operations, as well as (Sec. 209):

    • $3.78 million for COVID CDBGs;

    • $3.38 million for marketing to attract tourists;

    • $10.6 million for marketing to attract businesses;

    • $8.46 million for Pennsylvania First;

    • $6.67 million for Municipal Assistance;

    • $15.44 million for the State Facility Closure Transition Program;

    • $5.76 million for Manufacturing PA;

    • $7 million for the Strategic Managing Planning Program;

    • $5.83 million for Public Television Technology; and

    • $14.53 million for Local Municipal Relief.

  • Appropriates $27.05 million for State Forest Operations and Forest Pest Management, includes $25.71 million for Heritage and Other Parks (Sec. 225).

  • Appropriates $25.61 million for General Government Operationsfrom the General Fund to the Department of Criminal Justice, as well as (Sec. 211):

    • $107.86 million for Medical Care;

    • $23.87 million for Correctional Education and Training;

    • $256.78 million for state correctional institutions;

    • $82.94 million for state field supervision;

    • $6.82 million for parole boards; and

    • $3.79 million for sexual offenders assessment boards.

  • Appropriates $14.65 million for General Government Operations from the General Fund to the Department of Education, as well as (Sec. 215):

    • $23.21 million for PA Assessment;

    • $4.83 million for programs of education and training at youth development centers and the monitoring of programs of education and training to incarcerated juveniles;

    • $63.12 million for basic education funding to school districts;

    • $7.28 million for adult and family literacy programs, summer reading programs, and the adult high school diploma program;

    • $189.88 million for early intervention services;

    • $28 million for tuition to school districts providing education to nonresident orphaned children in private homes and nonresident inmates of children's institutions;

    • $28.38 million for chartered schools for deaf and blind children;

    • $44.78 million for special education in private schools;

    • $120 million in COVID food and nutrition emergency relief;

    • $8.9 million for social security taxes for certain public school employees;

    • $34.69 million for subsidies to public libraries; and

    • $20.62 million for job training and education programs.

  • Appropriates $8.73 million for General Government Operations from the General Fund for the Department of Environmental Protection as well as (Sec. 219):

    • $18.45 million for Environmental Program Management;

    • $54.22 million for Environmental Program Operations; and

    • $3.1 million for West Nile Virus and Zika Virus control.

  • Appropriates $30.9 million for General Government Operations from the General Fund to the Department of General Services as well as (Sec. 220):

    • $7.23 million for Administration and Operation of the Capitol Police;

    • $11.35 million for rental , relocation, and municipal charges; and

    • $14.47 million for utility costs, including implementation of third-party shared savings programs.

  • Appropriates funds from the General Fund for the Department of Health $10.87 million for General Government Operations as well as (Sec. 221):

    • $4.67 million for COVID public health emergency preparedness and response;

    • $13.3 million for quality assurance;

    • $29.22 million for COVID epidemiology and laboratory surveillance and response;

    • $6.41 million for COVID disease control immunization;

    • $4.12 million for screening of newborns;

    • $5.57 million for AIDS programs and special pharmaceutical services;

    • $20.2 million for reimbursement to school districts on account of health services;

    • $3.68 million for real dialysis services; and

    • $4.49 million for biotechnology research.

  • Appropriates $61.28 million for General Government Operations from the General Fund for the Department of Human Services as well as (Sec. 222):

    • $49.97 million for information systems;

    • $26.33 million for statewide operations related to county administration of the public assistance and medical assistance programs;

    • $140.81 million for county assistance office operations related to administration of the public assistance and medical assistance programs;

    • $45 million for medical assistance county assistance offices;

    • $9.46 million for child support enforcement;

    • $8.59 million for new directions;

    • $7 million for new medical assistance directions;

    • $8.34 million for youth development institutions and forestry camps;

    • $490.04 million for mental health services;

    • $21.17 million for COVID medical assistance and mental health assistance;

    • $53.21 million for state centers for intellectual disabilities;

    • $15.62 million for state centers for COVID medical assistance;

    • $3.26 million for medical assistance at state centers;

    • $6.12 million for cash assistance grants, including employment and training and supportive services for cash assistance recipients;

    • $70.61 million for supplemental grants to aged, blind, and disabled persons;

    • $581.74 million for COVID medical assistance and capitation;

    • $346 million for medical assistance capitation;

    • $317.66 million for primary health care and preventive services for eligible medical assistance recipients in the fee-for-service delivery system;

    • $61.07 million for COVID medical assistance fee-for-service;

    • $286.61 million for medical assistance fee for service

    • $349.04 million for payment to the federal government for the Medicare Drug Program;

    • $26.43 million for medical assistance for workers with disabilities;

    • $18.56 million for COVID medical assistance for workers with disabilities;

    • $4.57 million for medical assistance payments to qualifying university-affiliated physician practice plans;

    • $3.82 million for medical assistance and physician practice plans;

    • $4.9 million for medical assistance payments at critical access hospitals;

    • $4.04 million for medical assistance payments at trauma centers;

    • $11.2 million for medical assistance payments to academic medical centers;

    • $3.2 million for COVID medical assistance at academic medical centers;

    • $8.34 million for medical assistance at academic medical centers;

    • $34.06 million for medical assistance transportation;

    • $3.65 million for women’s service programs;

    • $26.97 million for Children’s Health Insurance Programs;

    • $18.43 million for COVID Children’s Health Insurance Program;

    • $170.7 million for medical assistance at long-term living centers;

    • $14.88 million for COVID medical assistance at long-term living centers;

    • $46.55 million for medical assistance at long-term living facilities;

    • $1.57 billion for medical assistance for Community Healthchoices;

    • $704.52 million for COVID medical assistance for Community Healthchoices

    • $3.14 million for medical assistance for Community Healthchoices;

    • $75.46 million for long-term care managed care;

    • $21.89 million for COVID for medical assistance at long-term care managed care;

    • $83.64 million for intellectual disabilities in community based programs;

    • $68.46 million for intellectual disabilities at intermediate care facilities;

    • $22.49 million for COVID medical assistance;

    • $861.14 million for intellectual disabilities at community waiver programs;

    • $244.59 million for COVID medical assistance in community ID waiver program;

    • $14.01 million for services to persons with autism spectrum disorders;

    • $33.34 million for behavioral health services or other county-based human services included under the Human Services Block Grant Program;

    • $64.54 million for payments and services to counties for children and youth programs and for the care of delinquent and dependent children;

    • $18 million for COVID child welfare;

    • $11.83 million for community-based family centers;

    • $91.28 million for child-care services and $64.1 million for child-care-assistance programs;

    • $7.51 million for the nurse family partnership program;

    • $99.56 million for early intervention services;

    • $6.9 million for COVID medical assistance early intervention;

    • $11.14 million for domestic violence programs;

    • $6.37 million for rape crisis programs;

    • $7.85 million for the Human Services Development Fund; and 

    • $10.79 million for provision of services to the homeless or other county-based human services included under the Human Services Block Grant Program.

  • Appropriates $27.97 million for the transfer from the General Fund to the Vocational Rehabilitation Fund for the work of the State Board of Vocational Rehabilitation (Sec. 224).

  • Appropriates $18.78 million for the General Government Operations of the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs and $58.67 million for the operation and maintenance of the Veterans Homes (Sec. 225).

  • Appropriates $81.07 million for the General Government Operations of the Department of Revenue (Sec. 226).

  • Appropriates $63.87 million for COVID Keystone Corridor equipment and purchases (Sec. 228).

  • Appropriates $11.13 million for General Government Operations of the Pennsylvania state police (Sec. 229).

  • Appropriates $12.17 million for the General Government Operations of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (Sec. 232).

  • Appropriates $10 million for the Supreme Court, includes $11.47 million for the District Court administrators for the Unified Judicial System (Sec. 241).

  • Appropriates $18.89 million for the salaries and expenses of the Superior Court (Sec. 242).

  • Appropriates $12.36 million for the salaries of judges and salaries and expenses of employees and for home office expenses (Sec. 243).

  • Appropriates $68.68 million for the courts of common pleas (Sec. 244).

  • Appropriates $48.3 million for the salaries and expenses of Community Court judges and Magisterial District judges (Sec. 245).

  • Appropriates $13.5 million for payment to countries as reimbursement for costs incurred by counties in the administration and operation of Courts of Common Pleas during the calendar year which immediately precedes the beginning of the current fiscal year (Sec. 251).

  • Appropriates $46.59 million for the Caucus Operations Account and Caucus Operations Account (Sec. 261).

  • Appropriates $20.59 million for representatives’ compensation, extra compensation for the Speaker of the House and leaders of the House of Representatives and $77.8 million for caucus operations (Sec. 262)

  • Appropriates $18.82 million for salaries, wages, other personnel expenses, operating costs, contracts, equipment, software, and other expenses for the Legislative Data Processing Center (Sec. 273).

  • Appropriates $605.77 million from the General Fund to the Department of Education (Sec. 315).

  • Appropriates $2.59 billion for medical payments for capitation plans (Sec. 322).

  • Appropriates $10 million from the State Lottery Fund to the Pharmaceutical Assistance Fund (Sec. 401.1).

  • Appropriates $125 million for the salaries, wages, and all necessary expenses for the operation of the Highway and Safety Improvement Programs (Sec. 528).

  • Appropriates $95 million for COVID relief medical care and $968 million for COVID relief in state correctional institutions (Sec. 712).

  • Appropriates $10 million for COVID relief in state health care centers (Sec. 721).

  • Appropriates $30 million for COVID relief in youth development institutions (Sec. 722).

  • Appropriates $225.97 million for COVID relief - General Government Operations (Sec. 729).

  • Appropriates $17 million for state parks operations and $17 million for state forests operations (Sec. 802).

  • Appropriates $11.9 million for COVID - Title III - supportive services (Sec. 5111).

  • Appropriates $90.44 million for COVID - Community Development Block Grants (Sec. 5112).

  • Appropriates $38.1 million for COVID Emergency Solutions Grants (Sec. 5112).

  • Appropriates $196.61 million for COVID - Food and Nutrition Emergency Relief (Sec. 5113).

  • Appropriates 27.76 million for COVID - public health emergency preparedness and response (Sec. 5114).

  • Appropriates funds to supplement the sum appropriated for quality assurance (Sec. 5114).

    • $14.98 million for COVID - Medicare - Health Service Agency Certification; and

    • $14.84 million for COVID - Medicaid Certification.

  • Appropriates $293.16 million for COVID - epidemiology and laboratory surveillance and response (Sec. 5114).

Title: Appropriates Funds for the 2021 General Budget

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