General Assembly: 78 (2000 Regular GA) - Chapter 1220 - Federal block grant appropriations


Published: 2000

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CHAPTER 1220 FEDERAL BLOCK GRANT APPROPRIATIONS

H.F. 2533

650

AN ACT appropriating federal funds made available from federal block grants and other federal grants, allocating portions of federal block grants, and providing procedures if federal funds are more or less than anticipated or if federal block grants are more or less than anticipated and providing an effective date.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. SUBSTANCE ABUSE APPROPRIATION. 1. There is appropriated from the fund created by section 8.41 to the Iowa department of

public health for the federal fiscal year beginning October 1, 2000, and ending September 30,2001, the following amount: ................................................................................................................... $ 12,542,219

a. Funds appropriated in this subsection are the anticipated funds to be received from the federal government for the designated federal fiscal year under 42 U.S.c., chapter 6A, sub- chapter XVII, which provides for the substance abuse prevention and treatment block grant. The department shall expend the funds appropriated in this subsection as provided in the federal law making the funds available and in conformance with chapter 17 A.

b. Of the funds appropriated in this subsection, an amount not exceeding 5 percent shall be used by the department for administrative expenses.

c. The department shall expend no less than an amount equal to the amount expended for treatment services in the state fiscal year beginning July 1, 1999, for pregnant women and women with dependent children.

d. Of the funds appropriated in this subsection, an amount not exceeding $24,585 shall be used for audits.

2. The funds remaining from the appropriation made in subsection 1 shall be allocated as follows:

a. At least 20 percent of the allocation shall be for prevention programs. b. At least 35 percent of the allocation shall be spent on drug treatment and prevention

activities. c. At least 35 percent of the allocation shall be spent on alcohol treatment and prevention

activities. 3. The substance abuse block grant funds received from the federal government in excess

of the amount of the anticipated federal fiscal year 2000-2001 award appropriated in subsec- tion 1 shall be distributed at least 50 percent to treatment programs and 50 percent to prevention programs except that, based upon federal guidelines, the total amount of the excess awarded to prevention programs shall not exceed $1,000,000.

Sec. 2. COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES APPROPRIATION. 1. a. There is appropriated from the fund created by section 8.41 to the Iowa department

of human services for the federal fiscal year beginning October 1, 2000, and ending Septem- ber 30,2001, the following amount: .............. ....... ..... .... ...... .................................................................... ... ........ $ 3,095,824

b. Funds appropriated in this subsection are the anticipated funds to be received from the federal government for the designated federal fiscal year under 42 U.S.c., chapter 6A, sub- chapter XVII, which provides for the community mental health services block grant. The department shall expend the funds appropriated in this subsection as provided in the federal law making the funds available and in conformance with chapter 17 A.

c. The administrator of the division of mental health and developmental disabilities of the department of human services shall allocate not less than 95 percent of the amount of

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the block grant to eligible community mental health services providers for carrying out the plan submitted to and approved by the federal substance abuse and mental health services administration for the fiscal year involved.

2. An amount not exceeding 5 percent of the funds appropriated in subsection 1 shall be used by the department of human services for administrative expenses. From the funds set aside by this subsection for administrative expenses, the division of mental health and developmental disabilities shall pay to the auditor of state an amount sufficient to pay the cost of auditing the use and administration of the state's portion of the funds appropriated in subsection 1. The auditor of state shall bill the division of mental health and developmental disabilities for the costs of the audits.

Sec. 3. MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH SERVICES APPROPRIATIONS. 1. There is appropriated from the fund created by section 8.41 to the Iowa department of

public health for the federal fiscal year beginning October 1, 2000, and ending September 30,2001, the following amount: ................................................................................................................... $ 6,968,187

The funds appropriated in this subsection are the funds anticipated to be received from the federal government for the designated federal fiscal year under 42 U.S.C., chapter 7, subchapter V, which provides for the maternal and child health services block grant. The department shall expend the funds appropriated in this subsection as provided in the federal law making the funds available and in conformance with chapter 17 A.

Of the funds appropriated in this subsection, an amount not exceeding $45,700 shall be used for audits.

Funds appropriated in this subsection shall not be used by the university of Iowa hospi- tals and clinics for indirect costs.

2. An amount not exceeding $150,000 of the funds appropriated in subsection 1 to the Iowa department of public health shall be used by the Iowa department of public health for administrative expenses in addition to the amount to be used for audits in subsection 1.

The departments of public health, human services, and education and the university of Iowa's mobile and regional child health specialty clinics shall continue to pursue to the maximum extent feasible the coordination and integration of services to women and children.

3. a. Sixty-three percent of the remaining funds appropriated in subsection 1 shall be allocated to supplement appropriations for maternal and child health programs within the Iowa department of public health. Of these funds, $284,548 shall be set aside for the state- wide perinatal care program.

b. Thirty-seven percent of the remaining funds appropriated in subsection 1 shall be allocated to the university of Iowa hospitals and clinics under the control of the state board of regents for mobile and regional child health specialty clinics. The university of Iowa hospitals and clinics shall not receive an allocation for indirect costs from the funds for this program. Priority shall be given to establishment and maintenance of a statewide system of mobile and regional child health specialty clinics.

4. The Iowa department of public health shall administer the statewide maternal and child health program and the crippled children's program by conducting mobile and re- gional child health specialty clinics and conducting other activities to improve the health of low-income women and children and to promote the welfare of children with actual or potential handicapping conditions and chronic illnesses in accordance with the require- ments of Title V of the federal Social Security Act.

Sec. 4. PREVENTIVE HEALTH AND HEALTH SERVICES APPROPRIATIONS. 1. There is appropriated from the fund created by section 8.41 to the Iowa department of

public health for the federal fiscal year beginning October 1,2000, and ending September 30,2001, the following amount: ................................................................................................................... $ 1,945,069

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Funds appropriated in this subsection are the funds anticipated to be received from the federal government for the designated federal fiscal year under 42 U.S.C., chapter 6A, sub- chapter XVII, which provides for the preventive health and health services block grant. The department shall expend the funds appropriated in this subsection as provided in the federal law making the funds available and in conformance with chapter 17 A

Of the funds appropriated in this subsection, an amount not exceeding $5,522 shall be used for audits.

2. Of the funds appropriated in subsection 1, the specific amount of funds stipulated by the notice of block grant award shall be allocated for services to victims of sex offenses and for rape prevention education.

3. An amount not exceeding $94,670 of the remaining funds appropriated in subsections 1 and 2 shall be used by the Iowa department of public health for administrative expenses in addition to the amount to be used for audits in subsection 1.

4. After deducting the funds allocated in subsections 1, 2, and 3, the remaining funds appropriated in subsection 1 shall be used by the department for healthy people 201 O/healthy Iowans 2010 program objectives, preventive health advisory committee, and risk reduction services, including nutrition programs, health incentive programs, chronic disease services, emergency medical services, monitoring of the fluoridation program and start-up fluorida- tion grants, and acquired immune deficiency syndrome services. The moneys specified in this subsection shall not be used by the university of Iowa hospitals and clinics or by the state hygienic laboratory for the funding of indirect costs. Of the funds used by the depart- ment under this subsection, an amount not exceeding $90,000 shall be used for the monitor- ing of the fluoridation program and for start -up fluoridation grants to public water systems, and an amount not exceeding $50,000 shall be used to provide chlamydia testing.

Sec. 5. DRUG CONTROL AND SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT GRANT PROGRAM APPROPRIATION.

1. There is appropriated from the fund created in section 8.41 to the office of the governor for the drug enforcement and abuse prevention coordinator l for the federal fiscal year begin- ning October 1, 2000, and ending September 30,2001, the following amount: ................................................................................................................... $ 5,834,000

Funds appropriated in this subsection are the anticipated funds to be received from the federal governmentfor the designated fiscal year under 42 U.S.C., chapter 46, subchapter V, which provides for the drug control and system improvement grant program. The drug enforcement and abuse prevention coordinator shall expend the funds appropriated in this subsection as provided in the federal law making the funds available and in conformance with chapter 17 A

2. An amount not exceeding 7 percent of the funds appropriated in subsection 1 shall be used by the drug enforcement and abuse prevention coordinator for administrative expenses. From the funds set aside by this subsection for administrative expenses, the drug enforce- ment and abuse prevention coordinator shall pay to the auditor of state an amount sufficient to pay the cost of auditing the use and administration of the state's portion of the funds appropriated in subsection 1.

Sec. 6. STOP VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN GRANT PROGRAM APPROPRIATION. 1. There is appropriated from the fund created in section 8.41 to the office of the governor

for the drug enforcement and abuse prevention coordinator 2 for the federal fiscal year begin- ning October 1, 2000, and ending September 30,2001, the following amount: ................................................................................................................... $ 1,670,000

Funds appropriated in this subsection are the anticipated funds to be received from the federal government for the designated fiscal year under 42 U.S.C., chapter 46, subchapter XII-H, which provides for grants to combat violent crimes against women. The drug en- forcement and abuse prevention coordinator shall expend the funds appropriated in this

I See chapter 1232, §92 herein 2 See chapter 1232, §92 herein

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subsection as provided in the federal law making the funds available and in conformance with chapter 17 A.

2. An amount not exceeding 5 percent of the funds appropriated in subsection 1 shall be used by the drug enforcement and abuse prevention coordinator for administrative expenses. From the funds set aside by this subsection for administrative expenses, the drug enforce- ment and abuse prevention coordinator shall pay to the auditor of the state an amount sufficient to pay the cost of auditing the use and administration of the state's portion of the funds appropriated in subsection 1.

Sec. 7. LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT BLOCK GRANT APPROPRIATION. 1. There is appropriated from the fund created in section 8.41 to the office of the governor

for the drug enforcement and abuse prevention coordinator 3 for the federal fiscal year begin- ning October 1,2000, and ending September 30,2001, the following amount: ................................................................................................................... $ 320,100

Funds appropriated in this subsection are the funds anticipated to be received from the federal government for the designated federal fiscal year under annual federal appropria- tions which provide for grants to reduce crime and improve public safety. The drug enforce- ment and abuse prevention coordinator shall expend the funds appropriated in this subsec- tion as provided in the federal law making the funds available and in conformance with chapter 17 A.

2. An amount not exceeding 3 percent of the funds appropriated in subsection 1 shall be used by the drug enforcement and abuse prevention coordinator for administrative expenses. From the funds set aside by this subsection for administrative expenses, the drug enforce- ment and abuse prevention coordinator shall pay to the auditor of state an amount sufficient to pay the cost of auditing the use and administration of the state's portion of the funds appropriated in subsection 1.

Sec. 8. RESIDENTIAL SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT FOR STATE PRISONERS FORMULA GRANT PROGRAM. There is appropriated from the fund created in section 8.41 to the office of the governor for the drug enforcement and abuse prevention coordina- tor 4 for the federal fiscal year beginning October 1, 2000, and ending September 30, 2001, the following amount: ................................................................................................................... $ 520,237

Funds appropriated in this section are the funds anticipated to be received from the federal government for the designated federal fiscal year under 42 U.S.c., chapter 136, which provides grants for substance abuse treatment programs in state and local correctional facilities. The drug enforcement and abuse prevention coordinator shall expend the funds appropriated in this section as provided in the federal law making the funds available and in conformance with chapter 17 A.

Sec. 9. COMMUNITY SERVICES APPROPRIATIONS. 1. a. There is appropriated from the fund created by section 8.41 to the division of commu-

nity action agencies of the department of human rights for the federal fiscal year beginning October 1,2000, and ending September 30,2001, the following amount: ................................................................................................................... $ 5,676,277

Funds appropriated in this subsection are the funds anticipated to be received from the federal governmentfor the designated federal fiscal year under 42 U.S.C., chapter 106, which provides for the community services block grant. The division of community action agen- cies of the department of human rights shall expend the funds appropriated in this subsec- tion as provided in the federal law making the funds available and in conformance with chapter 17 A.

b. The administrator of the division of community action agencies of the department of human rights shall allocate not less than 96 percent of the amount of the block grant to eligible community action agencies for programs benefiting low-income persons. Each

3 See chapter 1232, §92 herein • See chapter 1232, §92 herein

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eligible agency shall receive a minimum allocation of not less than $100,000. The mini- mum allocation shall be achieved by redistributing increased funds from agencies experi- encing a greater share of available funds. The funds shall be distributed on the basis of the poverty-level population in the area represented by the community action areas compared to the size of the poverty-level population in the state.

2. An amount not exceeding 4 percent of the funds appropriated in subsection 1 shall be used by the division of community action agencies of the department of human rights for administrative expenses. From the funds set aside by this subsection for administrative expenses, the division of community action agencies of the department of human rights shall pay to the auditor of state an amount sufficient to pay the cost of auditing the use and administration of the state's portion of the funds appropriated in subsection 1. The auditor of state shall bill the division of community action agencies for the costs of the audits.

Sec. 10. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT APPROPRIATIONS. 1. There is appropriated from the fund created by section 8.41 to the department of eco-

nomic development for the federal fiscal year beginning October 1, 2000, and ending Sep- tember 30, 2001, the following amount: ............................................................ ................ ... ... .............. .......... ......... $ 30,038,000

Funds appropriated in this subsection are the funds anticipated to be received from the federal government for the designated federal fiscal year under 42 U.S.c., chapter 69, which provides for community development block grants. The department of economic develop- ment shall expend the funds appropriated in this subsection as provided in the federal law making the funds available and in conformance with chapter 17 A.

2. An amount not exceeding $1,401,520 for the federal fiscal year beginning October 1, 2000, shall be used by the department of economic development for administrative expenses for the community development block grant. The total amount used for administrative expenses includes $700,760 for the federal fiscal year beginning October 1, 2000, of funds appropriated in subsection 1 and a matching contribution from the state equal to $600,760 from the appropriation of state funds for the community development block grant and state appropriations for related activities of the department of economic development. From the funds set aside for administrative expenses by this subsection, the department of economic development shall pay to the auditor of state an amount sufficient to pay the cost of auditing the use and administration of the state's portion of the funds appropriated in subsection 1. The auditor of state shall bill the department for the costs of the audit.

3. There is appropriated from the fund created by section 8.41 to the department of eco- nomic development for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 1999, and ending September 30, 2000, the following amount: ................................................................................................................... $ 3,216,000

Funds appropriated in this subsection are community development block grant moneys awarded to the state under Pub. L. No. 105-174, the Federal 1998 Supplemental Appropria- tions and Recissions Act. The department of economic development shall expend the funds appropriated in this subsection as provided in the federal law making the funds available and in conformance with chapter 17 A. An amount not exceeding 2 percent of the funds awarded shall be used by the department for administrative expenses. From the funds set aside for administrative expenses, the department shall pay to the auditor of state an amount sufficient to pay the cost of auditing the use and administration of the state's portion of the funds appropriated in this subsection retroactively to October 1, 1997.

Sec. 11. LOW-INCOME HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE APPROPRIATIONS. 1. There is appropriated from the fund created by section 8.41 to the division of commu-

nity action agencies of the department of human rights for the federal fiscal year beginning October 1,2000, and ending September 30,2001, the following amount: ................................................................................................................... $ 19,951,229

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The funds appropriated in this subsection are the funds anticipated to be received from the federal government for the designated federal fiscal year under 42 U.S.C., chapter 94, subchapter II, which provides for the low-income home energy assistance block grants. The division of community action agencies of the department of human rights shall expend the funds appropriated in this subsection as provided in the federal law making the funds available and in conformance with chapter 17 A.

2. At least 15 percent of the amount appropriated in this section that is actually received shall be used for residential weatherization or other related home repairs for low-income households. Of this allocation amount, not more than 10 percent may be used for adminis- trative expenses. In order to receive low-income home energy assistance program funding, the head of an eligible household must be willing to allow residential weatherization or other related home repairs. However, if the eligible household is located in rental property, the unwillingness of the property owner to allow residential weatherization or other related home repairs shall not prevent the eligible household from receiving low-income home energy assistance program funding.

3. After subtracting the allocation in subsection 2, $1,695,854, or 10 percent of the re- mainder of the appropriation in this section actually received, whichever is less, is allocated for administrative expenses of the low-income home energy assistance program. Not more than $290,000 of the amount allocated in this subsection shall be used for administrative expenses of the division. The costs of auditing the use and administration of the portion of the appropriation in this section that is retained by the state shall be paid from the amount allocated in this subsection to the division. The auditor of state shall bill the division for the audit costs.

4. The remainder of the appropriation in this section following the allocations made in subsections 2 and 3, shall be used to help eligible households as defined in 42 U.S.C., chapter 94, subchapter II, to meet home energy costs.

5. Not more than 10 percent of the amount appropriated in this section that is actually received, may be carried forward for use in the succeeding federal fiscal year.

6. Expenditures for assessment and resolution of energy problems shall be limited to 5 percent of the amount appropriated in this section that is actually received.

Sec. 12. SOCIAL SERVICES APPROPRIATIONS. 1. There is appropriated from the fund created by section 8.41 to the department of human

services for the federal fiscal year beginning October 1, 2000, and ending September 30, 2001, the following amount: ................................................................................................................... $ 18,812,027

Funds appropriated in this subsection are the funds anticipated to be received from the federal government for the designated federal fiscal year under 42 U.S.C., chapter 7, sub- chapter XX, which provides for the social services block grant. The department of human services shall expend the funds appropriated in this subsection as provided in the federal law making the funds available and in conformance with chapter 17 A.

2. Not more than $1,196,211 of the funds appropriated in subsection 1 shall be used by the department of human services for general administration. From the funds set aside in this subsection for general administration, the department of human services shall pay to the auditor of state an amount sufficient to pay the cost of auditing the use and administration of the state's portion of the funds appropriated in subsection 1.

3. In addition to the allocation for general administration in subsection 2, the remaining funds appropriated in subsection 1 shall be allocated in the following amounts to supple- ment appropriations for the federal fiscal year beginning October 1, 2000, for the following programs within the department of human services:

a. Field operations: ................................................................................................................... $

b. Child and family services: ................................................................................................................... $

7,154,673

1,070,140

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c. Local administrative costs and other local services: ................................................................................................................... $

d. Volunteers: ................................................................................................................... $

e. Community-based services: ................................................................................................................... $

f. MH/MR/DD/BI community service (local purchase): ................................................................................................................... $

656

758,773

82,927

95,365

8,453,938

Sec. 13. SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT PLAN. The department of human services during each state fiscal year shall develop a plan for the use of federal social services block grant funds for the subsequent state fiscal year.

The proposed plan shall include all programs and services at the state level which the department proposes to fund with federal social services block grant funds, and shall iden- tify state and other funds which the department proposes to use to fund the state programs and services.

The proposed plan shall also include all local programs and services which are eligible to be funded with federal social services block grant funds, the total amount of federal social services block grant funds available for the local programs and services, and the manner of distribution of the federal social services block grant funds to the counties. The proposed plan shall identify state and local funds which will be used to fund the local programs and services.

The proposed plan shall be submitted with the department's budget requests to the gover- nor and the general assembly.

Sec. 14. PROJECTS FOR ASSISTANCE IN TRANSITION FROM HOMELESSNESS. Upon receipt of the minimum formula grant from the federal alcohol, drug abuse, and men- tal health administration to provide mental health services for the homeless, for the federal fiscal year beginning October 1,2000, and ending September 30,2001, the division of men- tal health and developmental disabilities of the department of human services shall assure that a project which receives funds under the formula grant from either the federal or local match share of 25 percent in order to provide outreach services to persons who are chroni- cally mentally ill and homeless or who are subject to a significant probability of becoming homeless shall do all of the following:

l. Provide community mental health services, diagnostic services, crisis intervention ser- vices, and habilitation and rehabilitation services.

2. Refer clients to medical facilities for necessary hospital services, and to entities that provide primary health services and substance abuse services.

3. Provide appropriate training to persons who provide services to persons targeted by the grant.

4. Provide case management to homeless persons. 5. Provide supportive and supervisory services to certain homeless persons living in resi-

dential settings which are not otherwise supported. 6. Projects may expend funds for housing services including minor renovation, expan-

sion and repair of housing, security deposits, planning of housing, technical assistance in applying for housing, improving the coordination of housing services, the costs associated with matching eligible homeless individuals with appropriate housing, and one-time rental payments to prevent eviction.

7. If the department has data indicating that a geographic area has a substantial number of persons with mental illness who are homeless and are not being served by an existing grantee for that area under the formula grant and the existing grantee has expressed a desire to no longer provide services or the grantee's contract was terminated by the department for nonperformance, the department shall issue a request for proposals to replace the grantee. Otherwise, the department shall maximize available funding by continuing to contract to the extent possible with those persons who are grantees as of the effective date of this

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subsection. The department shall issue a request for proposals if additional funding be- comes available for expansion to persons who are not being served and it is not possible to utilize existing grantees.

Sec. 15. CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT APPROPRIATION. There is appropri- ated from the fund created by section 8.41 to the department of human services for the federal fiscal year beginning October 1,2000, and ending September 30,2001, the following amount: ................................................................................................................... $ 30,389,871

Funds appropriated in this section are the funds anticipated to be received from the federal government under 42 U.S.C., chapter 105, subchapter II-B, which provides for the child care and development block grant. The department shall expend the funds appropriated in this section as provided in the federal law making the funds available and in conformance with chapter 17 A.

Sec. 16. PROCEDURE FOR REDUCED FEDERAL FUNDS. 1. If the funds received from the federal government for the block grants specified in this

Act are less than the amounts appropriated, the funds actually received shall be prorated by the governor for the various programs, other than for the services to victims of sex offenses and for rape prevention education under section 4, subsection 2, of this Act, for which each block grant is available according to the percentages that each program is to receive as specified in this Act. However, if the governor determines that the funds allocated by the percentages will not be sufficient to effect the purposes of a particular program, or if the appropriation is not allocated by percentage, the governor may allocate the funds in a manner which will effect to the greatest extent possible the purposes of the various pro- grams for which the block grants are available.

2. Before the governor implements the actions provided for in subsection 1, the following procedures shall be taken:

a. The chairpersons and ranking members of the senate and house standing committees on appropriations, the appropriate chairpersons and ranking members of subcommittees of those committees, the director of the legislative service bureau, and the director of the legis- lative fiscal bureau shall be notified of the proposed action.

b. The notice shall include the proposed allocations, and information on the reasons why particular percentages or amounts of funds are allocated to the individual programs, the departments and programs affected, and other information deemed useful. Chairpersons notified shall be allowed at least two weeks to review and comment on the proposed action before the action is taken.

3. If the amount of moneys received from the federal government for a specific grant number specified in this Act is less than the amount appropriated, the amount appropriated shall be reduced accordingly. An annual report listing any such appropriation reduction shall be submitted to the fiscal committee of the legislative council.

Sec. 17. PROCEDURE FOR INCREASED FEDERAL FUNDS. 1. If funds received from the federal government in the form of block grants exceed the

amounts appropriated in sections 1,2,3,4,5, 7, 10, and 12 ofthis Act, the excess shall be prorated to the appropriate programs according to the percentages specified in those sec- tions, except additional funds shall not be prorated for administrative expenses.

2. If actual funds received from the federal government from block grants exceed the amount appropriated in section 11 of this Act for the low-income home energy assistance program, 15 percent of the excess shall be allocated to the low-income residential weather- ization program.

3. If funds received from the federal government from community services block grants exceed the amount appropriated in section 9 of this Act, 100 percent of the excess is allocated to the community services block grant program.

4. If the amount of moneys received from the federal government for a specific grant number specified in this Act exceeds the amount appropriated, the excess amount is

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appropriated for the purpose designated in the specific grant's appropriation. An annual report listing any such excess appropriations shall be submitted to the fiscal committee of the legislative council.

Sec. 18. PROCEDURE FOR EXPENDITURE OF ADDITIONAL FEDERAL FUNDS. If other federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds become available or are awarded which are not available or awarded during the period in which the general assembly is in session, but which require expenditure by the applicable department or agency prior to March 15 of the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, these grants, receipts, and funds are appropriated to the extent neces- sary, provided that the fiscal committee of the legislative council is notified within thirty days of receipt of the grants, receipts, or funds and the fiscal committee of the legislative council has an opportunity to comment on the expenditure of the grants, receipts, or funds.

Sec. 19. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND LAND STEWARDSHIP. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30,2001, are appropri- ated to the department of agriculture and land stewardship for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amounts are appropriated to the department of agriculture and land stewardship for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

1. For plant and animal disease and pest control, grant number 10025: ................................................................................................................... $ 667,099

2. For assistance for intrastate meat and poultry, grant number 10475: ................................................................................................................... $

3. For food and drug - research grants, grant number 13103: ................................................................................................................... $

4. For surface coal mining regulation, grant number 15250: ................................................................................................................... $

5. For abandoned mine land reclamation, grant number 15252: ................................................................................................................... $

6. For wetlands protection, grant number 66461: ................................................................................................................... $

7. For USDA, grant number 10000: ................................................................................................................... $

8. For farmers market nutrition program, grant number 10572:

1,130,621

110,718

161,414

1,539,376

41,047

44,000

................................................................................................................... $ 639,078 9. For performance partnership grants - pesticide use, grant number 66605:

................................................................................................................... $ 837,961 10. For air quality, grant number 66606:

................................................................................................................... $ 11,964

Sec. 20. OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF STATE. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the office of auditor of state for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law.

Sec.21. DEPARTMENT FOR THE BLIND. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year begin- ning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the department for the blind for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amounts are appropriated to the department for the blind for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

1. For vocational rehabilitation, grant number 93802: ................................................................................................................... $ 1,074,483

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2. For assistive technology information network, grant number 84224: ................................................................................................................... $

3. For rehabilitation services - basic support, grant number 84126: ................................................................................................................... $

4. For rehabilitation training, grant number 84265: ................................................................................................................... $

5. For independent living project, grant number 84169: ................................................................................................................... $

6. For older blind, grant number 84177: ................................................................................................................... $

7. For supported employment, grant number 84187: ................................................................................................................... $

8. For field research, grant number 84133: ................................................................................................................... $

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10,000

5,487,465

19,795

49,444

185,881

68,254

149,997

Sec. 22. IOWA STATE CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the Iowa state civil rights commission for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amounts are appropriated to the Iowa state civil rights commission for the fiscal year begin- ning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

1. For housing and urban development (HUD) discrimination complaints, grant number 14401: ................................................................................................................... $ 220,400

2. For job discrimination - special projects, grant number 30002: ................................................................................................................... $ 782,500

Sec. 23. COLLEGE STUDENT AID COMMISSION. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the college student aid commission for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amount is appropriated to the college student aid commission for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

1. For the Stafford loan program, grant number 84032: ................................................................................................................... $ 16,367,225

2. For student inc., grant number 84069: ................................................................................................................... $ 549,597

Sec. 24. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the department of commerce for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law.

Sec. 25. DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the department of corrections for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law.

The following amounts are appropriated to the department of corrections for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

1. For violent offender incarceration/truth in sentencing, grant number 16586: ................................................................................................................... $ 3,797,373

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2. For criminal alien assistance, grant number 16572: ................................................................................................................... $ 761,909

3. For incarcerated youth, grant number 84331: ................................................................................................................... $ 98,000

Sec. 26. DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the department of cultural affairs for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompany- ing the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amounts are appropriated to the department of cultural affairs for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

1. For historic preservation grants-in-aid, grant number 15904: ................................................................................................................... $ 533,196

2. For national endowment for the arts (NEA) partner, grant number 45025: ................................................................................................................... $ 483,200

3. For NEA folklife, grant number 45015: ................................................................................................................... $ 41,265

Sec. 27. DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the department of economic development for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amounts are appropriated to the department of economic development for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

1. For department of agriculture, grant number 10000: ................................................................................................................... $ 114,700

2. For national Affordable Housing Act, grant number 14239: ................................................................................................................... $ 9,669,998

3. For Community Service Act funds, grant number 94003: ................................................................................................................... $ 1,060,000

4. For job opportunities and basic skills program, grant number 13781: ................................................................................................................... $ 99,648

5. For small business procurement, grant number 12600: ................................................................................................................... $ 125,000

6. For shelter grants, grant number 14231: ................................................................................................................... $ 1,318,000

Sec. 28. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year begin- ning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the department of education for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amounts are appropriated to the department of education for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

1. For school breakfast program, grant number 10553: ................................................................................................................... $ 9,000,000

2. For school lunch program, grant number lO555: ................................................................................................................... $ 50,293,6585

3. For special milk program for children, grant number 10556: ................................................................................................................... $ 190,000

4. For child care food program, grant number lO558: ................................................................................................................... $ 15,915,000

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5. For summer food service for children, grant number 10559: ................................................................................................................... $

6. For administration expenses for child nutrition, grant number 10560: ................................................................................................................... $

7. For public telecommunication facilities, grant number 11550:

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1,200,000

................................................................................................................... $ 500,000 8. For vocational rehabilitation - state supplementary assistance, grant number 13625:

................................................................................................................... $ 464,249 9. For vocational rehabilitation - FICA, grant number 13802:

................................................................................................................... $ 10. For nutrition education and training, grant number 10564:

................................................................................................................... $ 11. For mine health and safety, grant number 17600:

................................................................................................................... $ 12. For veterans education, grant number 64111:

................................................................................................................... $ 13. For adult education, grant number 84002:

................................................................................................................... $ 14. For bilingual education, grant number 84194:

................................................................................................................... $ 15. For E.C.I.A. - chapter 1, grant number 84010:

................................................................................................................... $ 16. For migrant education, grant number 84011:

................................................................................................................... $ 17. For education for neglected - delinquent children, grant number 84013:

................................................................................................................... $ 18. For handicapped education, grant number 84025:

................................................................................................................... $ 19. For handicapped - state grants, grant number 84027:

................................................................................................................... $ 20. For technology literacy challenge, grant number 84318:

................................................................................................................... $ 21. For library services and technology, grant number 45310:

................................................................................................................... $ 22. For vocational education - state grants, grant number 84048:

................................................................................................................... $ 23. For rehabilitation services - basic support, grant number 84126:

................................................................................................................... $ 24. For rehabilitation training, grant number 84129:

................................................................................................................... $ 25. For E.E.S.A. Title II, grant number 84281:

................................................................................................................... $ 26. For emergency immigrant education, grant number 84162:

................................................................................................................... $ 27. For independent living project, grant number 84169:

................................................................................................................... $ 28. For education of handicapped - incentive, grant number 84173:

12,765,675

150,000

112,000

220,746

3,255,045

100,000

56,825,000

474,712

256,000

110,755

36,397,987

2,925,114

1,501,385

11,698,961

22,532,451

49,712

2,387,943

626,765

246,469

................................................................................................................... $ 3,764,800 29. For education of handicapped - infants and toddlers, grant number 84181:

................................................................................................................... $ 2,869,7836 30. For Byrd scholarship program, grant number 84185:

................................................................................................................... $ 432,000 31. For drug-free schools/communities, grant number 84186:

................................................................................................................... $ 2,959,527

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32. For supported employment, grant number 84187: ................................................................................................................... $

33. For homeless youth and children, grant number 84196: ................................................................................................................... $

34. For even start, grant number 84213: ................................................................................................................... $

35. For E.C.I.A. capital expense, grant number 84216: ................................................................................................................... $

36. For AIDS prevention project, grant number 93938: ................................................................................................................... $

37. For headstart collaborative grant, grant number 93600:

662

295,548

192,552

805,782

180,000

203,883

................................................................................................................... $ 150,000 38. For infrastructure under the Iowa demonstration construction grant program and

character education, grant number 84215: $ 10,417,482

39. For teacher preparation education, grant number 84243: $ 1,305,695

40. For goals 2001, grant number 84276: $ 3,915,117

41. For learn and serve America, grant number 94004: $ 385,433

42. For star schools grant, grant number 84203: $ 1,985,002

43. E.S.E.A. Title VI, grant number 84298: $ 3,742,431

44. For department of labor, grant number 17249: $ 1,862,500

45. For handicapped English literacy, grant number 84223: $ 875,528

46. For school reform, grant number 84332: $ 1,055,479

47. For reading excellence, grant number 84338: $ 3,300,000

48. For class size reduction, grant number 84340: $ 9,449,330

49. For system change, grant number 84989: $ 499,635

50. For refugee schools, grant number 93576: $ 250,000

Sec. 29. DEPARTMENT OF ELDER AFFAIRS. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the department of elder affairs for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amounts are appropriated to the department of elder affairs for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

l. For nutrition program for elderly, grant number 10570: ................................................................................................................... $ 2,212,040

2. For senior community service employment program, grant number 17235: ................................................................................................................... $ 1,145,400

3. For preventive health, grant number 93043: ................................................................................................................... $ 182,139

4. For supportive services, grant number 93044: ................................................................................................................... $ 4,350,775

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5. For nutrition, grant number 93045: $ 6,146,119

6. For frail elderly, grant number 93046: $ 110,291

7. For health care financing administration, grant number 93779: $ 251,373

8. For elder abuse, grant number 93041: $ 56,270

9. For ombudsman program, grant number 93042: $ 62,261

10. For Title IV aging programs, grant number 93048: $ 221,909

Sec. 30. ETHICS AND CAMPAIGN DISCLOSURE BOARD. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nons tate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the Iowa ethics and campaign disclosure board for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law.

Sec.31. DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the department of general services for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompa- nying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law.

Sec. 32. OFFICES OF THE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropri- ated to the offices of the governor and lieutenant governor for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law.

Sec. 33. GOVERNOR - DRUG ENFORCEMENT AND ABUSE PREVENTION COORDINATOR.7 Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the office of the governor for the drug enforcement and abuse prevention coordinator for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or condi- tions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The follow- ing amounts are appropriated to the office of the governor for the drug enforcement and abuse prevention coordinator for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30,2001:

1. For structured fines project, grant number 16574: ................................................................................................................... $ 10,000

2. For rural domestic violence and child victimization assistance, grant number 16589: ................................................................................................................... $ 90,000

Sec. 34. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the department of human rights for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amounts are appropriated to the department of human rights for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

1. For juvenile justice and delinquency prevention, grant number 16540: ................................................................................................................... $ 854,648

7 See chapter 1232, §92 herein

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2. For weatherization assistance, grant number 81042: ................................................................................................................... $

3. For client assistance, grant number 84161: ................................................................................................................... $

4. For Title V, delinquency prevention, grant number 16546: ................................................................................................................... $

5. For juvenile accountability incentive block grant, grant number 16523: ................................................................................................................... $

664

2,905,255

118,719

400,000

2,895,700

Sec. 35. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the department of human services, for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompa- nying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amounts are appropriated to the department of human services for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

1. For food stamps, grant number 10551: ................................................................................................................... $

2. For administration expense for food stamps, grant number 10561: ................................................................................................................... $

3. For commodity support food program, grant number 10565: ................................................................................................................... $

4. For temporary emergency food assistance, grant number 10568: ................................................................................................................... $

5. For Title XVIII Medicare inspections, grant number 13773: ................................................................................................................... $

6. For foster grandparents program, grant number 72001: ................................................................................................................... $

7. For mental health training, grant number 93244: ................................................................................................................... $

8. For child support enforcement, grant number 93563: ................................................................................................................... $

9. For refugee and entrant assistance, grant number 93566: ................................................................................................................... $

10. For developmental disabilities basic support, grant number 93630: ................................................................................................................... $

11. For children's justice, grant number 93643: ................................................................................................................... $

12. For child welfare services, grant number 93645: ................................................................................................................... $

13. For crisis nursery, grant number 93656: ................................................................................................................... $

14. For foster care Title IV-E, grant number 93658: ................................................................................................................... $

15. For adoption assistance, grant number 93659: ................................................................................................................... $

16. For child abuse basic, grant number 93669: ................................................................................................................... $

17. For child abuse challenge, grant number 93672: ................................................................................................................... $

18. For Title IV-E independent living, grant number 93674:

2,025,000

11,846,700

309,557

332,440

100,000

349,064

706,365

34,847,043

5,786,342

848,186

116,474

3,222,881

170,756

29,492,952

19,666,132

283,722

192,939

................................................................................................................... $ 455,162 19. For sexually transmitted disease control program, grant number 93777:

................................................................................................................... $ 2,765,477

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20. For medical assistance, grant number 93778: ................................................................................................................... $

21. For adoption opportunities, grant number 93652: ................................................................................................................... $

22. For empowerment, grant number 93585: ................................................................................................................... $

23. For family preservation, grant number 93556: ................................................................................................................... $

24. For welfare reform research evaluation, grant number 93595: ................................................................................................................... $

25. For social services research and demonstration, grant number 93647: ................................................................................................................... $

26. For welfare reform, grant number 93239: ................................................................................................................... $

27. For children's health insurance program, grant number 93767: ................................................................................................................... $

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289,022

2,895,762

1,768,231

156,237

70,849

81,910

35,808,644

Sec. 36. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the infor- mation technology department, if the department is established by the Seventy-eighth Gen- eral Assembly, 2000 Session, for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law.

Sec. 37. DEPARTMENT OF INSPECTIONS AND APPEALS. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the department of inspections and appeals for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amounts are appropriated to the department of inspections and appeals for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

1. For assistance for intrastate meat and poultry, grant number 10475: ................................................................................................................... $ 18,427

2. Forfood and drug research grants, grant number 13103: ................................................................................................................... $

3. For Title XVIII Medicare inspections, grant number 13773: ................................................................................................................... $

4. For state medicaid fraud control unit, grant number 13775: ................................................................................................................... $

5. For state medicaid fraud control, grant number 93775: ................................................................................................................... $

21,633

1,951,529

18,814

560,018

Sec. 38. JUDICIAL BRANCH. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the judicial branch for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amount is appropriated to the judicial branch for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

For United States department of health and human services, grant number 13000: ................................................................................................................... $ 150,0008

Sec. 39. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year begin- ning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the department of justice for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the

• See chapter 1232. §33 herein

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funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amounts are appropriated to the department of justice for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

1. For United States department of justice, grant number 16000: ................................................................................................................... $ 28,988 9

2. For United States department of health and human services, grant number 13000: ................................................................................................................... $ 624,127

Sec. 40. IOWA LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the Iowa law enforcement academy for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accom- panying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law.

Sec.41. DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the department of management for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law.

Sec. 42. DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the depart- ment of natural resources for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amounts are appropriated to the department of natural resources for the fiscal year begin- ning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

1. For forestry incentive program, grant number 10064: ................................................................................................................... $ 416,000

2. For cooperative forestry assistance, grant number 10664: ................................................................................................................... $ 490,362

3. For fish restoration, grant number 15605: ................................................................................................................... $ 5,488,697

4. For wildlife restoration, grant number 15611: ................................................................................................................... $ 2,675,000

5. For acquisition, development, and planning, grant number 15916: ................................................................................................................... $

6. For recreation boating safety financial assistance, grant number 20005: ................................................................................................................... $ 775,000

7. For consolidated environmental programs support, grant number 66600: ................................................................................................................... $ 10,594,420

8. For energy conservation, grant number 81041: ................................................................................................................... $ 1,745,183

9. For Title VI revolving loan fund, grant number 66458: ................................................................................................................... $ 2,529,823

10. For disaster assistance, grant number 83516: ................................................................................................................... $

11. For United States geological survey, soil conservation service, mapping projects, grant number 15808: ................................................................................................................... $

12. For rare and endangered species, grant number 15612: ................................................................................................................... $

13. For highway construction, grant number 20205: ................................................................................................................... $

14. For fish and wildlife watershed, grant number 10904: ................................................................................................................... $

'See chapter 1232. §34 herein

60,720

50,000

254,000

603,000

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Sec. 43. BOARD OF PAROLE. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the board of parole for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law.

Sec. 44. DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year begin- ning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the department of person- nel for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law.

Sec. 45. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC DEFENSE. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the department of public defense for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompany- ing the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amounts are appropriated to the department of public defense for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

1. For public assistance grants, grant number 83544: $ 2,280,009

2. For superfund authorization, grant number 83011: $ 87,000

3. For hazardous materials grants, grant number 83548: $ 1,256,888

4. For state disaster preparedness grants, grant number 83505: $ 50,000

5. For state and local assistance, grant number 83534: $ 1,242,047

6. For disaster assistance, grant number 83516: $ 2,833,612

7. For hazardous materials transport, grant number 20703: $ 104,755

8. For operations and maintenance, grant number 12401: $ 15,955,850

9. For mitigation assistance program, grant number 83535: $ 56,570

10. For public-private partnership, grant number 83999: $ 55,000

Sec. 46. PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS BOARD. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the public employment relations board for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law.

Sec. 47. IOWA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the Iowa department of public health for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amounts are appropriated to the Iowa department of public health for the fiscal year begin- ning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

1. For women, infants, and children, grant number 10557: ................................................................................................................... $ 34,883,310

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2. For primary care services, grant number 13130: ................................................................................................................... $

3. For health services - grants and contracts, grant number 13226: ................................................................................................................... $

4. For radon control, grant number 66032: ................................................................................................................... $

5. For toxic substance compliance monitoring, grant number 66701: ................................................................................................................... $

6. For drug-free schools - communities, grant number 84186: ................................................................................................................... $

7. For hazardous waste, grant number 66802: ................................................................................................................... $

8. For regional delivery systems, grant number 93110: ................................................................................................................... $

9. For TB control- elimination, grant number 93116: ................................................................................................................... $

10. For physician education, grant number 93161: ................................................................................................................... $

11. For childhood lead abatement, grant number 93197: ................................................................................................................... $

12. For family planning projects, grant number 93217: ................................................................................................................... $

13. For immunization program, grant number 93268: ................................................................................................................... $

14. For needs assessment grant, grant number 93283: ................................................................................................................... $

15. For rural health, grant number 93913: ................................................................................................................... $

16. For HN cares grants, grant number 93917: ................................................................................................................... $

17. For preventive health services, grant number 93977: ................................................................................................................... $

18. For AIDS prevention project, grant number 93940: ................................................................................................................... $

19. For breast and cervical cancer, grant number 93919: ................................................................................................................... $

20. For consumer protection safety, grant number 87001:

668

125,879

215,000

364,506

405,712

795,901

66,982

238,512

348,227

319,514

764,557

661,793

1,728,790

1,760,212

208,612

1,444,896

663,677

1,357,378

1,777,055

................................................................................................................... $ 1,000 21. For federal emergency medical services for children, grant number 93127:

................................................................................................................... $ 248,075 22. For refugee and entrant assistance, grant number 93576:

................................................................................................................... $ 51,996 23. For United States department of health and human services, food and drug adminis-

tration, grant number 13101: ................................................................................................................... $ 577,091

24. For federal environmental protection agency lead certification program, grant num- ber 66707: ................................................................................................................... $

25. Loan repayment, grant number 93165: ................................................................................................................... $

26. Primary care services, grant number 93130: ................................................................................................................... $

27. Community scholarship, grant number 93931: ................................................................................................................... $

258,805

75,000

18,800

38,000

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28. For diabetes, grant number 93988: ................................................................................................................... $

29. For abstinence education, grant number 93235: ................................................................................................................... $

30. For AIDS prevention project, grant number 93944: ................................................................................................................... $

31. For data information systems, grant number 93000: ................................................................................................................... $

32. For traumatic brain injury, grant number 93234: ................................................................................................................... $

33. For treatment outcome performance protocol, grant number 93238: ................................................................................................................... $

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251,214

413,076

163,227

51,727

249,661

330,18810

Sec. 48. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the department of public safety, for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amounts are appropriated to the department of public safety for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

1. For department of housing and urban development, grant number 14000: ................................................................................................................... $ 25,000

2. For department of justice, grant number 16000: ................................................................................................................... $ 6,684,071 11

3. For marijuana control, grant number 16580: ................................................................................................................... $ 58,000

4. For state and community highway safety, grant number 20600: ................................................................................................................... $ 2,534,86312

5. For narcotics control, grant number 16502: ................................................................................................................... $ 750,000

Sec. 49. STATE BOARD OF REGENTS. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year begin- ning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the state board of regents for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amounts are appropriated to the state board of regents for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

1. For agricultural experiment, grant number 10203:

2. For cooperative extension service, grant number 10500:

3. For school breakfast program, grant number 10553:

4. For school lunch program, grant number 10555:

5. For maternal and child health, grant number 13110:

6. For cancer treatment research, grant number 13395:

7. For general research, grant number 83500:

10 See chapter 1232. §35 herein II See chapter 1232. §36 herein 12 See chapter 1232. §36 herein 13 See chapter 1232. §37 herein

$ 3,849,235

$ 8,150,000

$ 8,190

$ 10,01013

$ 97,785

$ 50,159

$ 241,011,534

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8. For handicapped - state grants, grant number 84027: ................................................................................................................... $ 280,235

9. For rehabilitation services basic support, grant number 84126: ................................................................................................................... $ 56,700

Sec. 50. DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND FINANCE. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the depart- ment of revenue and finance for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law.

Sec.5l. OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the office of secretary of state for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law.

Sec. 52. IOWA STATE FAIR AUTHORITY. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the Iowa state fair authority for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law.

Sec. 53. OFFICE OF STATE-FEDERAL RELATIONS. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the office of state-federal relations for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accom- panying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law.

Sec. 54. IOWA TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY COMMISSION. Fed- eral grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the Iowa telecommunications and technology commission for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law.

Sec. 55. OFFICE OF TREASURER OF STATE. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the office of treasurer of state for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amount is appropri- ated to the treasurer of state for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

For flood control, grant number 90000: ................................................................................................................... $ 350,000

Sec. 56. STATE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the state department of transportation for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amounts are appropriated to the state department of transportation for the fiscal year begin- ning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

1. For airport improvement program - federal aviation administration, grant number 20106: ................................................................................................................... $ 30,000

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2. For highway research, plan and construction, grant number 20205: ................................................................................................................... $

3. For motor carrier safety assistance, grant number 20217: ................................................................................................................... $

4. For local rail service assistance, grant number 20308: ................................................................................................................... $

5. For urban mass transportation, grant number 20507: ................................................................................................................... $

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266,800,000

50,000

400,000

7,000,000

Sec. 57. COMMISSION OF VETERANS AFFAIRS. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the commission of veterans affairs for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompa- nying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law.

Sec.58. DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT. Federal grants, receipts, and funds and other nonstate grants, receipts, and funds, available in whole or in part for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001, are appropriated to the department of workforce development for the purposes set forth in the grants, receipts, or conditions accompanying the receipt of the funds, unless otherwise provided by law. The following amounts are appropriated to the department of workforce development for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001:

1. For trade expansion Act, grant number 11309: ................................................................................................................... $

2. For child support enforcement, grant number 13783: ................................................................................................................... $

3. For employment statistics, grant number 17002: ................................................................................................................... $

4. For research and statistics, grant number 17005: ................................................................................................................... $

5. For labor certification, grant number 17202: ................................................................................................................... $

6. For employment service, grant number 17207: ................................................................................................................... $

7. For unemployment insurance grant to state, grant number 17225: ................................................................................................................... $

8. For occupational safety and health, grant number 17500: ................................................................................................................... $

9. For disabled veterans outreach, grant number 17801:

1,310,000

109,068

1,400,416

185,063

108,885

7,274,490

13,730,000

2,060,864

................................................................................................................... $ 956,101 10. For local veterans employment representation, grant number 17804:

................................................................................................................... $ 1,282,797 11. For unemployment insurance trust receipts, grant number 17998:

................................................................................................................... $ 184,010,000 12. For the federal Job Training Partnership Act, grant number 17250:

................................................................................................................... $ 40,447,660 13. For the federal department of labor, grant number 17000:

................................................................................................................... $ 1,000,000 14. For the federal young adult conservation corps, grant number 10663:

................................................................................................................... $ 10,000

Sec. 59. LIHEAP FUNDING - DISCONNECTION PROHIBITION. It is the intent of the general assembly that if the governor determines federal funds are insufficient to adequately provide for certification of eligibility for the low-income home energy assistance program

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by the community action agencies during the federal fiscal year which commences October 1, 2000, the Iowa utilities board shall issue an order prohibiting disconnection of service from November 1 through April 1 by a regulated public utility furnishing gas or electricity to households whose income falls at or below one hundred fifty percent of the federal poverty level as established by the United States office of management and budget. The board shall promptly adopt rules in accordance with section 17A.4, subsection 2, and section 17A.5, subsection 2, paragraph "b", to implement this requirement. The energy assistance bureau of the department of human rights, in consultation with the community action agencies, shall certify to the utilities, households that are eligible for moratorium protection utilizing the agency's existing electronic database. Rules adopted under this section shall also be published as a notice of intended action as provided in section 17 A.4.

Sec. 60. EFFECTNE DATE. The following provisions of this Act, being deemed of im- mediate importance, take effect upon enactment:

1. Section 10, subsection 3, of this Act, appropriating federal community development block grant moneys for the federal fiscal year beginning October 1, 1999.

2. Section 14, subsection 7, relating to contracts for projects for assistance in transition from homelessness.

Approved April 21 , 2000

CHAPTER 1221 TOBACCO SETTLEMENT FUND APPROPRIATIONS

H.F.2555

AN ACT relating to and making appropriations from the tobacco settlement fund, providing an effective date, and providing for retroactive applicability.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. TOBACCO SETTLEMENT FUND - APPROPRIATIONS TO DEPARTMENTS. There is appropriated from the tobacco settlement fund created in section 12.65 to the fol- lowing departments for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2000, and ending June 30, 2001, the following amounts, or so much thereof as is necessary, to be used for the purposes desig- nated:

1. To the department of human services: a. Beginning November 1, 2000, to increase the reimbursement rate for all noninstitu-

tional medical assistance providers, excluding anesthesia and dental services, to the rate in effect on January 1,2000, under the fee schedule established for Iowa under the federal Medicare program that incorporates the resource-based relative value scale methodology: ................................................................................................................... $ 6,000,000

b. To increase the reimbursement rate to 75 percent of the usual and customary rate for the fiscal year July 1,2000, through June 30, 2001, for dental services under the medical assistance program: ................................................................................................................... $ 3,600,000

c. To provide a cost-of-living adjustment for the fiscal year July 1, 2000, through June 30, 2001, of 5 percent to rehabilitative treatment and support services providers under the medi- cal assistance program: ................................................................................................................... $ 3,100,000