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Bill Detail: HB20-1406

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Title Cash Fund Transfers To The General Fund
Status Governor Signed (06/29/2020)
Bill Subjects
  • Fiscal Policy & Taxes
House Sponsors J. Arndt (D)
Senate Sponsors D. Moreno (D)
R. Zenzinger (D)
House Committee Finance
Senate Committee Appropriations
Date Introduced 06/01/2020
Description

For the purpose of augmenting the amount of revenues in the state
general fund, the bill requires the state treasurer to make the following
specific transfers to the general fund. On June 30, 2020, the state treasurer
is required to transfer the following amounts to the general fund:
  • $2.7 million from the petroleum cleanup and
redevelopment fund (Section 1 of the bill);

  • $1 million from the workers' compensation cash fund
(Section 2);
  • $2 million from the unemployment revenue fund (Section
3
);
  • $500,000 from the conveyance safety fund (Section 4);
  • $1 million from the school safety resource center cash fund
(Section 8);
  • $771,204 from the waste tire market development fund, as
it existed prior to its repeal in 2018 (Section 9);
  • $5.6 million from the small communities water and
wastewater grant fund (Section 11);
  • $180,000 from the vital statistics records cash fund
(Section 12);
  • $433,728 from the construction sector fund (Section 13);
  • $500,000 from the public and private utilities sector fund
(Section 13);
  • $483,535 from the water quality improvement fund
(Section 14);
  • $422,411 from the hazardous waste service fund (Section
15
);
  • $363,243 from the solid waste management fund (Section
17
);
  • $5,372,415 from the waste tire administration,
enforcement, market development, and cleanup fund
(Section 18);
  • $1.4 million from the end users fund (Section 19); and
  • $1.6 million from the marijuana cash fund (Section 21).
On July 1, 2020, the state treasurer is required to transfer the
following amounts to the general fund:
  • $1,224,100 from the division of insurance cash fund
(Section 5);
  • $370,795 from the division of banking cash fund (Section
6
);
  • $267,521 from the prescription drug monitoring fund
(Section 7);
  • $130,000 from the state archives and records cash fund
(Section 10);
  • $4,908,395 from an account with the proceeds of sales of
real estate that was acquired for military purposes (Section
16
); and
  • $1,007,176 from the highway-rail crossing signalization
fund (Section 20).

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