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Chairman Charles A. Murphy June 24, 2010. FY10 GAA$27.20 Billion Governors House 2$28.20 Billion House Final$27.82 Billion Senate Final$27.94 Billion.

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1 Chairman Charles A. Murphy June 24, 2010

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4 FY10 GAA$27.20 Billion Governors House 2$28.20 Billion House Final$27.82 Billion Senate Final$27.94 Billion

5 FY10 GAA$27.20 Billion Governors House 2$28.20 Billion House Final$27.82 Billion Senate Final$27.94 Billion Conference Committee Report $27.94 Billion

6 FY10 GAA$27.20 Billion Governors House 2$28.20 Billion House Final$27.82 Billion Senate Final$27.94 Billion Conference Committee Report $ Billion Without FMAP - $27.62 Billion

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8 Unknown Fate of FMAP funds resulted in a budget with contingencies:

9 Unknown Fate of FMAP funds resulted in a budget with contingencies: Section 2 line item amounts contains appropriations with $687m FMAP funds

10 Unknown Fate of FMAP funds resulted in a budget with contingencies: Section 2 line item amounts contains appropriations with $687m FMAP funds Pay attention to Fund Splits below line items! Without FMAP, only a portion will be appropriated

11 History Systems Board For the operation of the criminal history systems board, including criminal justice information services, criminal offender record information services, firearms support services and victim services; provided, that funds may be expended for the purpose of enabling local housing authorities access to criminal offender record information when qualifying applicants for state-assisted housing…………………… $2,533,686 General Fund % FMAP Budget Relief Fund %

12 History Systems Board For the operation of the criminal history systems board, including criminal justice information services, criminal offender record information services, firearms support services and victim services; provided, that funds may be expended for the purpose of enabling local housing authorities access to criminal offender record information when qualifying applicants for state-assisted housing…………………… $2,533,686 General Fund % FMAP Budget Relief Fund % Primary Care Recruitment For the operation of a center for primary care recruitment and placement to improve access to primary care services; provided, that funds may be expended for primary care workforce development and loan forgiveness grant program…………… $157,000 FMAP Budget Relief Fund %

13 Certain Outsides only to take effect if FMAP funds are received - Noted inside section language Without the $687m, any programmatic earmarks became may language

14 Low number throughout budget -$161m Additional revenue -$150m Including $53m TANF Contingency Fund $25m Updated tobacco payment $19m from DOR Auditors $16m Child support enforcement Stabilization Fund draw -$100m

15 MassHealth reductions -$99m Including $56m elimination of AWSS coverage $15m overall reductions $6.8 day rehabilitation hours $6.7m elder home care accounts Suspend Statutory Carry Forward -$95m Additional line item reductions -$67m 40% of line items cut

16 Chapter 70 not reduced below 4% Unrestricted General Government Aid not reduced below 4% SPED Circuit Breaker level funded from Post 9C Regional Transportation level funded from FY10 GAA PILOT reduced by $2m from FY10 GAA

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18 Capital Gains Reform All tax receipts from capital gains over $1B deposited into Stabilization Fund 5% over $1B to State Retirees Benefits Trust Fund Tempers volatile revenue source, for more stable budgeting

19 Budget Transparency Creates comprehensive, one-stop, online database to track the use of taxpayer monies Provides transparent check on all state spending

20 Adopted House Tax credit transparency proposal No Public Funds from state agencies or quasi-agencies to registered lobbyists

21 Creates fund to receive all sales tax revenue from sale of alcohol Monies to be used to fund prevention and treatment of substance abuse Appropriated $108m million for FY11 Probations substance abuse testing services Substance abuse step-down recovery services Secure Treatment for Opiate Addition Services

22 Caps maximum pension allowed Requires pension boards to make actuarial adjustments according to actual liability Defines interest rates of non-vested withdrawals at 3% Increases minimum benefit available to widows of disabled retirees who left service early from $6k to $9k Requires SJC to pay into pension system prospectively

23 10-member Commission to Study of Judicial Branch hiring and budgeting 5-year Term for Commissioner of Probation 5% Budget transferability

24 Immigration Verification needed to access state services in the following areas: MassHealth Health Safety Net and Commonwealth Care Transitional Assistance Unemployment MassGrant scholarship program Verification of eligibility for public housing Debarment of public contractors that violate federal immigration laws

25 Held in Conference Committee


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