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Bill Detail: HB24-1465

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Title Program Changes Refinance Coronavirus Recovery Funds
Status Sent to the Governor (05/23/2024)
Bill Subjects
  • State Government
House Sponsors S. Bird (D)
E. Sirota (D)
Senate Sponsors R. Zenzinger (D)
B. Kirkmeyer (R)
House Committee Appropriations
Senate Committee Appropriations
Date Introduced 04/24/2024
Summary

Joint Budget Committee. The bill makes changes to programs
funded with money the state received from the federal coronavirus state
fiscal recovery fund (ARPA money). Specifically, the bill:
  • Transfers $1.1 million of ARPA money from the family
and medical leave insurance fund (FAMLI fund) to the
American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 cash fund, transfers
$400,000 from the general fund to the FAMLI fund as an
advance payment of premiums for state employee coverage
that the state is required to pay under the family and
medical leave insurance program, and clarifies the recipient
funds for transfers from the FAMLI fund required by
current law;
  • Extends the deadline to spend ARPA money from the
judicial department information technology cash fund from
the end of the 2024-25 state fiscal year to December 31,
2026;
  • Extends the deadline for the judicial department to spend
ARPA money for pretrial diversion programs from the end
of the 2023-24 state fiscal year to December 31, 2026;
  • Makes changes to the program to allocate money to
institutions to support students who enrolled in higher
education institutions but did not finish their academic
program, commonly known as Finish What You Started,
to provide funds in the 2024-25 and 2025-26 state fiscal
years to continue to support ongoing Finish What You
Started program participants;
  • Transfers $70,581.99 of ARPA money allocated for
affordable housing projects from the affordable housing
and home ownership cash fund to the American Rescue
Plan Act of 2021 cash fund;
  • Reduces the required appropriation to the department of
public health and environment from the economic recovery
and relief cash fund for recruitment and re-engagement of
workers in the health-care profession from $10 million to
$6.12 million;
  • Extends the deadline for the department of public health
and environment to spend ARPA money for the
practice-based health education grant program from the end
of the 2024-25 state fiscal year to December 31, 2026;
  • Changes the date that money from the rural provider access
and affordability fund, which is used for the rural provider
access and affordability stimulus grant program, reverts to
the general fund from July 1, 2024, to December 31, 2024;
  • Transfers $495,000 of ARPA money allocated for domestic
violence, sexual assault, or culturally specific programs
from the state domestic violence and sexual assault services
fund to the behavioral and mental health cash fund; and
  • Extends the repeal date of the statute requiring the
behavioral health administration to take certain actions
related to the behavioral health-care provider workforce
from September 1, 2024, to July 1, 2027, and continues
required reports through the new repeal date.
The bill makes changes to appropriations programs funded with
ARPA money, including adjusting appropriated amounts and granting
roll-forward spending authority.

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