HB 3-A - FINAL VERSION
HOUSE BILL 3-A
SPONSORS: Rep. Wallner, Merr. 10; Sen. D'Allesandro, Dist 20
No analysis needed.
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Explanation: Matter added to current law appears in bold italics.
Matter removed from current law appears [in brackets and struckthrough.]
Matter which is either (a) all new or (b) repealed and reenacted appears in regular type.
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
In the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Nineteen
Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened:
1.08 Budget Footnotes; General. For any state department, as defined in RSA 9:1 the following general budget footnotes that contain class codes shall apply to all specified class codes in section 1.01 through 1.07 unless specifically exempted.
A. Not used.
B. Not used.
C. Revenue in excess of the estimate may be expended with prior approval of the fiscal committee and the approval of the governor and council.
D. The funds in this appropriation shall not be transferred or expended for any other purpose.
E. The appropriation budgeted in class 040-indirect costs are for general overhead state charges and such sums shall be transferred by the agency to the general fund of the state consistent with federal requirements.
F. This appropriation shall not lapse until June 30, 2021.
G. The funds in this appropriation shall not be transferred or expended for any other purpose and shall not lapse until June 30, 2021.
H. Not used.
I. In the event that estimated revenue in revenue class 001-transfers for other agencies, 002-transfers from department of transportation, 003-revolving funds, 004-agency income, 005-private local funds, 006-agency income, 007-agency income, 008-agency income, 009-agency income is less than budgeted, the total appropriation shall be reduced by the amount of the shortfall in either actual or projected budgeted revenue. The agency head shall notify the bureau of accounting services forthwith, in writing, as to precisely which line item appropriation and in what specific amounts reductions are to be made in order to fully compensate for the total revenue deficits. For the biennium ending June 30, 2021 account number 02-46-46-4620-5731 within the department of corrections shall be exempt from these provisions. The provisions of this footnote do not apply to federal funds covered by RSA 124:14.
J. This appropriation, to be administered by the commissioner, is for the necessary equipment needs of the department and shall be expended at the commissioner's discretion.
345:2 General Fund and Total Appropriation Limits. The amounts included in section 1 of this act for all university system accounts and community college system accounts, under estimated source of funds from general funds, shall be the total appropriation from general funds for such accounting units that may be expended for the purpose of section 1 of this act. Any funds received by said systems from other than general funds are hereby appropriated for the use of the systems and may be expended by said systems whether or not this will result in an appropriation and expenditure by the system in excess of the total appropriation therefor.
345:3 Assignment of Office Space. If, during the biennium ending June 30, 2021, because of program reductions, consolidations, or any other reason, office space becomes available in the health and human services complex, the Hayes building, or any other state building, except office space under the control of the legislature pursuant to RSA 14:14-b, the commissioner of administrative services shall, with the prior approval of the fiscal committee of the general court, and with the approval of the governor and council, require that any agency renting private space be required to occupy such available space in said building or buildings forthwith. Such funds as have been allocated or committed by any agency affected by this section for outside rental shall be transferred by the director of the division of accounting services to the bureau of general services, activity number 01-14-14-141510 for maintenance of applicable state buildings.
345:4 Lottery Commission; Authority Granted. For the biennium ending June 30, 2021, in order to provide sufficient funding to the lottery commission to carryout lottery games that will provide funds for the distribution in accordance with RSA 284:21-j, the commission shall apply to the fiscal committee of the general court for approval of any new games, the expansion of any existing lottery games, or for the purchase of any tickets for new or continuing games. Additionally, no expenditures for consultants shall be made without prior approval by the fiscal committee of the general court. If approved, the commission may then apply to the governor and council to transfer funds from the sweepstakes revenue special account. The total of such transfers shall not exceed $6,000,000 for the biennium ending June 30, 2021.
Board of Tax and Land Appeals
Department of Safety
02-023-023-236010-2740 16622 17131
Department of Natural and Cultural Resources
Department of Education
06-056-056-565010-2538 13237 13245 13259 13266 13270 13276 19797 30375 30391
345:6 Department of Health and Human Services; Division of Child Support Services; Payments to the Administrative Office of the Courts. The appropriation in account 05-95-42-427010-7934, class 085, includes funds for payment to the administrative office of the courts in accordance with the cooperative agreement between the division of child support services and the administrative office of the courts. The division of child support services and the administrative office of the courts shall, prior to payment of such funds, enter into a cooperative agreement specifying in detail the services to be performed by the administrative office of the courts and the estimated costs of such services. Any change or modification in the services to be performed shall likewise be agreed to in writing and specify the change and the adjustment to the costs. Funds appropriated for these purposes shall be paid only after demonstration by the administrative office of the courts that it consistently transmits court orders to the division of child support services in accordance with the cooperative agreement.
345:7 General Fund Unrestricted Revenue Estimates. The general fund unrestricted revenue estimates in section 8 of this act, for fiscal years 2020-2021, are presented as net of all estimated tax credits.
GENERAL FUND FY 2020 FY 2021
BUSINESS PROFITS TAX $384,400,000 $365,400,000
BUSINESS ENTERPRISE TAX 50,000,000 47,500,000
SUBTOTAL BUSINESS TAXES $434,400,000 $412,900,000
MEALS AND ROOMS TAX 357,400,000 375,300,000
TOBACCO TAX 110,900,000 109,500,000
TRANSFER FROM LIQUOR 132,800,000 133,800,000
INTEREST AND DIVIDENDS TAX 116,900,000 116,900,000
INSURANCE 125,100,000 130,900,000
COMMUNICATIONS TAX 39,200,000 37,300,000
REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX 106,800,000 109,500,000
COURT FINES & FEES 12,900,000 12,700,000
SECURITIES REVENUE 45,000,000 44,300,000
BEER TAX 13,100,000 13,100,000
OTHER REVENUES 68,400,000 71,900,000
MEDICAID RECOVERIES 3,700,000 3,300,000
TOTAL GENERAL FUND $1,566,600,000 $1,571,400,000
EDUCATION FUND FY 2020 FY 2021
BUSINESS PROFITS TAX $90,200,000 $85,700,000
BUSINESS ENTERPRISE TAX 244,000,000 231,900,000
SUBTOTAL BUSINESS TAXES $334,200,000 $317,600,000
MEALS AND ROOMS TAX 11,100,000 11,600,000
TOBACCO TAX 87,100,000 86,000,000
REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX 52,600,000 53,900,000
TRANSFER FROM LOTTERY 100,400,000 100,400,000
TOBACCO SETTLEMENT 39,700,000 39,200,000
UTILITY PROPERTY TAX 43,400,000 44,200,000
STATEWIDE PROPERTY TAX 363,100,000 363,100,000
TOTAL EDUCATION FUND $1,031,600,000 $1,016,000,000
HIGHWAY FUND FY 2020 FY 2021
GASOLINE ROAD TOLL $130,200,000 $132,300,000
MOTOR VEHICLE FEES 120,200,000 114,600,000
MISCELLANEOUS 200,000 200,000
TOTAL HIGHWAY FUND $250,600,000 $247,100,000
FISH AND GAME FUND FY 2020 FY 2021
FISH AND GAME LICENSES $9,700,000 $9,700,000
FINES AND MISCELLANEOUS 3,200,000 3,200,000
TOTAL FISH AND GAME FUND $12,900,000 $12,900,000
345:9 Department of Health and Human Services; Sununu Youth Services Center; Reduction in Appropriation. The department of health and human services is hereby directed to reduce state general fund appropriations to the Sununu youth services center by $704,790 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2020 and by $945,658 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021. The department shall develop a plan for the reductions required under this section and present the plan to the fiscal committee of the general court no later than December 31, 2019.
345:10 Department of Health and Human Services; Reduction in Appropriation. The department of health and human services is hereby directed to reduce state general fund appropriations by $25,000,000 for the biennium ending June 30, 2021. No reductions shall be made to appropriations for developmental services, county programs, or Medicaid rates. The department shall develop a plan for the reductions required under this section and present the plan to the fiscal committee of the general court no later than December 31, 2019.
Approved: September 26, 2019
Effective Date: July 01, 2019
|Sept. 25, 2019||Suspend House Rule to allow Introduction and Consideration (Reps. Wallner, Hinch): MA RC 334-25 by necessary two-thirds vote 09/25/2019 HJ 23 P. 2|
|Sept. 25, 2019||Introduced and Adopted (without objection) 09/25/2019 HJ 23 P. 4|
|Sept. 25, 2019||Ought to Pass: MA RC 327-29 09/25/2019 HJ 23 P. 4|
|Sept. 25, 2019||Sen. Feltes Moved to suspend all rules necessary to permit the consideration of HB 3 at the present time and if adopted, to permit third reading and final passage in the early session, 2/3 necessary, MA, VV; 09/25/2019; SJ 23|
|Sept. 25, 2019||Sen. Feltes Moved Introduction; MA, VV; 09/25/2019; SJ 23|
|Sept. 25, 2019||Sen. D'Allesandro Moved Ought to Pass; 09/25/2019; SJ 23|
|Sept. 25, 2019||Ought to Pass: MA, VV; OT3rdg; 09/25/2019; SJ 23|
|Sept. 25, 2019||Enrolled (In recess 09/25/2019); SJ 23|
|Sept. 25, 2019||Enrolled 09/25/2019 HJ 23 P. 20|
|Sept. 26, 2019||Signed by Governor Sununu 09/26/2019; Chapter 345; Eff: 07/01/2019|