BILL NUMBER: SB 78	AMENDED
	BILL TEXT

	AMENDED IN ASSEMBLY  JULY 19, 2007
	AMENDED IN ASSEMBLY  JULY 16, 2007

INTRODUCED BY    Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review
  Senator   Ducheny 

                        JANUARY 17, 2007

   An act  relating to the Budget Act of 2007  
to amend and supplement the Budget Act of 2007 by amending Items
0502-001-9730, 0510-001-0001, 0855-001-0367, 1111-003-0001,
1760-001-0001, 1760-001-0666, 2660-001-0042, 2665-001-0046,
2720-001-0044, 3790-001-0001, 3900-001-0044, 3900-001-0115,
3910-001-0387, 3940-001-0001, 3940-001-0193, 4200-101-0001,
4200-101-3019, 4200-105-0001, 4280-101-0001, 4280-111-0232,
4280-111-0233, 4280-112-0232, 4280-112-0233, 4440-011-0001,
4440-103-0001, 4440-115-0001, 5180-101-0001, 5180-101-0514,
5180-101-0890, 5180-111-0001, 5180-141-0001, 5180-141-0890,
5180-151-0001, 5180-403, 5225-101-0001, 6110-009-0001, 6110-111-0001,
6110-113-0001, 6110-188-0001, 6110-227-0001, 6110-485, 6110-495,
7100-001-0514, 7100-001-0870, 8860-001-0001,  
8860-002-0001, and 9350-104-6065, of, by adding Items 0690-001-6061,
0690-001-6073, 0690-101-6061, 0690-101-6073, 2660-004-6072,
2660-104-6072, 2660-304-6072, 4280-111-0236, and 6110-111-0046 to,
and by repealing Items 0690-001-6054, 0690-101-6054, 2660-004-6053,
2660-004-6056, 2660-004-6060, 2660-104-6053, 2660-104-6056,
2660-104-6060, 2660-304-6053, and 2660-304-6056 of, Section 2.00 of,
and by amending Sections 4.05, 12.32, and 35.50 of, and by adding
Sections 9.00, 11.15, 24.80, and 29.50 to, that act, relating to the
State Budget, making an appropriation therefor, and declaring the
urgency thereof, to take effect immediately  .


	LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL'S DIGEST


   SB 78, as amended,  Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review
  Ducheny  . Budget Act of 2007. 
   SB 77, as proposed by Conference Report No. 1 on July 9, 2007,
would make appropriations for the support of state government for the
2007-08 fiscal year. 
   This bill would  express the intent of the Legislature to
make statutory changes relating to the Budget Act of 2007 
 amend and supplement the Budget Act of 2007 by revising items of
appropriation for the Office of the Chief Information Officer; the
Secretary of State and Consumer Services; the Office of Emergency
Services; the California Gambling Control Commission; the Department
of Consumer Affairs; the Department of General Services; the
Department of Transportation; the Department of the California 
 Highway Patrol; the Department of Parks and Recreation; the
State Air Resources Board; the California Integrated Waste Management
Board; the State Water Resources Control Board; the State Department
of Alcohol and Drug Programs; the Managed Risk Medical Insurance
Board; the State Department of Mental Health; the State Department of
Social Services; the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation;
the State Department of Education; the Employment Development
Department; and the Department of Finance  . 
   This bill would become operative only if SB 77, as proposed by
Conference Report No. 1 on July 9, 2007, is enacted on or before
January 1, 2008.  
   This bill would declare that it is to take effect immediately as
an urgency statute. 
   Vote:  majority  2/3  . Appropriation:
 no   yes  . Fiscal committee:  no
  yes  . State-mandated local program: no.


THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:
   
  SECTION 1.    It is the intent of the Legislature
to make statutory changes relating to the Budget Act of 2007.

   SECTION 1.   Item 0502-001-9730 of Section 2.00 of
the Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
0502-001-9730--For support of the Office of
the Chief Information Officer, payable from
the Department of Technology Services
Revolving Fund...............................  3,500,000

                                                4,640,000 
     Schedule:
     (1) Office of the Chief
         Information Officer........  3,500,000 
                                      4,640,000 
     Provisions:
     1.  By March 1, 2008, the Office of the
         Chief Information Officer shall
         deliver a five-year project plan for
         achieving the administration's
         stated direction of improving the
         state's information technology (IT)
         effectiveness. The project plan
         shall include a timeline,
         milestones, and well-defined
         deliverables that include, but are
         not limited to: (a) a minimum skill
         set for state IT project managers,
         including the state budgeting and
         contracting processes, (b) a process
         by which IT project managers will be
         certified to the minimum skill level
         before they assume an IT project
         leadership assignment, and (c) a
         process for identifying and applying
         current technologies to enable data
         sharing across state systems as a
         means to reduce state business and
         IT process redundancy and
         inefficiencies.


   SEC. 2.    Item 0510-001-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
0510-001-0001--For support of Secretary of
State and Consumer Services..................    804,000

                                                1,649,000 
     Schedule:
     (1) Support....................  1,426,000 
 
                                      2,271,000 
     (2) Reimbursements.............  -622,000


   SEC. 3.    Item 0690-001-6054 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is repealed. 

0690-001-6054--For support of the Office
of Emergency Services, for payment to
Item 0690-001-0001, payable from the Port
and Maritime Security Account.............  1,105,000


   SEC. 4.    Item 0690-001-6061 is added to Section
2.00 of the Budget Act of 2007, to read: 
 0690-001-6061--For support of the Office 
 of Emergency Services, for payment to 
 Item 0690-001-0001, payable from the 
 Transit System Safety, Security, and 
 Disaster Response Account.................   1,456,000 


  SEC. 5.   Item 0690-001-6073 is added to Section 2.00 of
the Budget Act of 2007, to read: 
 0690-001-6073--For support of the Office 
 of Emergency Services, for payment to 
 Item 0690-001-0001, payable from the Port
 and Maritime Security Account.............  1,105,000 


  SEC. 6.    Item 0690-101-6054 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is repealed. 

0690-101-6054--For local assistance, Office
of Emergency Services, payable from the
Port and Maritime Security Account.......... 40,000,000
     Schedule:
     (1)    10-Support of Office
            of Homeland Security.  40,000,000


   SEC. 7.    Item 0690-101-6061 is added to Section
2.00 of the Budget Act of 2007, to read: 
 0690-101-6061--For support of the Office 
 of Emergency Services, payable from the 
 Transit System Safety, Security, and 
 Disaster Response Account.................. 100,000,000 
     Schedule: 
     (1)   10-Support of Office 
           of Homeland Security.. 100,000,000 


  SEC. 8.    Item 0690-101-6073 is added to Section 2.00 of
the Budget Act of 2007, to read: 
 0690-101-6073--For local assistance, Office 
 of Emergency Services, payable from the 
 Port and Maritime Security Account.......... 40,000,000 
      Schedule: 
      (1)    10-Support of Office 
             of Homeland Security.  40,000,000 


  SEC. 9.    Item 0855-001-0367 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
0855-001-0367--For support of California
Gambling Control Commission, payable from the
Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund.......  7,129,000

                                                 8,029,000 
     Schedule:
     (1) 10-California Gambling
         Control Commission..........  7,129,000 
                                       8,029,000 


   SEC. 10.    Item 1111-003-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
1111-003-0001--For support of Office of
Privacy Protection, Department of Consumer
Affairs.....................................     826,000

                                                  395,000 
     Schedule:
     (1) 40-Office of Privacy
         Protection.................   861   430
 ,000
     (2) Reimbursements.............  -35,000


   SEC. 11.    Item 1760-001-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
1760-001-0001--For support of Department
of General Services, for payment to Item
1760-001-0666..............................  10,894,000

                                              11,794,000 
      + 
       
      Provisions:
      1.     The amount appropriated in
             this item is for State Capitol
             repairs.


   SEC. 12.    Item 1760-001-0666 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
1760-001-0666--For support of Department
of General Services, payable from the
Service Revolving Fund..................... 718,655,000
    Schedule:
    (1)   Program support......   978,545,000 
                                  979,445,000
    (2)   Distributed services.  -11,145,000
    (3)   Reimbursements-
          -Lease revenue.......     -129,000
    (5)   Amount payable from
          the General Fund
          (Item 1760-001-0001).   -10,894,000  

                                  -11,794,000 
    (6)   Amount payable from
          the General Fund
          (Item 1760-002-0001).     -338,000
    (7)   Amount payable from
          the Property
          Acquisition Law
          Money Account (Item
          1760-001-0002).......   -4,674,000
    (8)   Amount payable from
          the Motor Vehicle
          Parking Facilities
          Moneys Account (Item
          1760-001-0003).......   -2,238,000
    (9)   Amount payable from
          the State Emergency
          Telephone Number
          Account (Item 1760-
          001-0022)............   -2,308,000
    (10)  Amount payable from
          the State Motor
          Vehicle Insurance
          Account (Item 1760-
          001-0026)............   -5,534,000
    (11)  Amount payable from
          the Indian Gaming
          Special Distribution
          Fund (Item 1760-001-
          0367)................      -50,000
    (12)  Amount payable from
          the Seismic Gas
          Valve Certification
          Fee Account (Item
          1760-001-0450).......      -75,000
    (13)  Amount payable from
          the Energy Resources
          Programs Account
          (Item 1760-001-0465).   -1,549,000
    (14)  Amount payable from
          the Architecture
          Revolving Fund (Item
          1760-001-0602).......  -41,283,000
    (15)  Amount payable from
          the State School
          Building Aid Fund
          (Item 1760-001-0739).     -289,000
    (16)  Amount payable from
          the State School
          Deferred Maintenance
          Fund (Item 1760-001-
          0961)................     -153,000
    (17)  Amount payable from
          the 2004     State
          School Facilities
          Fund (Item 1760-001-
          6044)................  -12,525,000
    (18)  Amount payable from
          the 2006 State
          School Facilities
          Fund (Item 1760-001-
          6057)................     -575,000
    (19)  Amount payable from
          the Motor Vehicle
          Parking Facilities
          Moneys Account (Item
          1760-002-0003).......   -1,094,000
    (20)  Amount payable from
          the Service
          Revolving Fund (Item
          1760-002-0666)....... -150,619,000
    (21)  Amount payable from
          the Service
          Revolving Fund (Item
          1760-003-0666).......  -14,418,000
    Provisions:
    1.    Notwithstanding any other
          provision of law, revenues from
          the sale of legislative bills and
          publications received by the
          Legislative Bill Room shall be
          deposited in the Service
          Revolving Fund.
    2.    Notwithstanding any other
          provision of law, if the Director
          of General Services determines in
          writing that there is
          insufficient cash in a special
          fund under his or her authority
          to make one or more payments
          currently due and payable, he or
          she may order the transfer of
          moneys to that special fund in
          the amount necessary to make
          payment or payments, as a loan
          from the Service Revolving Fund.
          That loan shall be     subject to
          all of the following conditions:
          (a)     No loan shall be made
                  that would interfere with
                  the carrying out of the
                  object for which the
                  Service Revolving Fund
                  was created.
          (b)     The loan shall be repaid
                  as soon as there are
                  sufficient moneys in the
                  recipient fund to repay
                  the amount loaned, but no
                  later than 18 months
                  after the date of the
                  loan. The amount loaned
                  shall not exceed the
                  amount that the fund or
                  program is authorized at
                  the time of the loan to
                  expend during the 2007-08
                  fiscal year from the
                  recipient fund except as
                  otherwise provided in
                  Provisions 4, 5, and 6.
          (c)     The terms and conditions
                  of the loan are approved,
                  prior to the transfer of
                  funds, by the Department
                  of Finance pursuant to
                  appropriate fiscal
                  standards.
    3.    The Director of General Services
          may augment this item or any of
          Items 1760-001-0002, 1760-001-
          0003, 1760-001-0026, and 1760-001-
          0602, by up to an aggregate of 10
          percent in cases where (a) the
          Legislature has approved funds
          for a customer for the purchase
          of services or equipment through
          the Department of General
          Services (DGS) and the
          corresponding expenditure
          authority has not been provided
          in this item or (b) a local
          government entity or the federal
          government has requested services
          from the DGS.     Any
          augmentation that is deemed to be
          necessary on a permanent basis
          shall be submitted for review as
          part of the normal budget
          development process. If the
          Director of General Services
          augments this item or Item 1760-
          001-0002, 1760-001-0003, 1760-001-
          0026, or 1760-001-0602, the DGS
          shall notify the Department of
          Finance within 30 days after that
          augmentation is made as to the
          amount, justification, and the
          program augmented. Any
          augmentation made in accordance
          with this provision shall not
          result in an increase in any rate
          charged to other departments for
          services or the purchase of goods
          without the prior written consent
          of the Department of Finance. The
          Director of General Services
          shall not use this provision to
          augment this item or Item 1760-
          001-0002, 1760-001-0003, 1760-001-
          0026, or 1760-001-0602 for costs
          that the Department of General
          Services had knowledge of in time
          to include in the May Revision.
    4.    If this item or Item 1760-001-
          0002, 1760-001-0003, 1760-001-
          0026, or 1760-001-0602 is
          augmented pursuant to Provision 3
          by the maximum allowed under that
          provision, the Director of
          Finance may further augment the
          item or items in cases where (a)
          the Legislature has approved
          funds for a customer for the
          purchase of services or equipment
          through the Department of General
          Services (DGS) and the
          corresponding expenditure
          authority has not been provided
          in these items, or (b) a local
          government entity or the federal
          government has requested services
          from the DGS. Any augmentation
          that is deemed to be necessary on
          a permanent basis shall be
          submitted for review as part of
          the normal budget development
          process. The Director of Finance
          shall not use this provision to
          augment this item or Item 1760-
          001-0002, 1760-001-0003, 1760-001-
          0026, or 1760-001-0602 for costs
          that the Departments of Finance
          or General Services had knowledge
          of     in time to include in the
          May Revision.
    5.    The Director of General Services
          may augment this item and Items
          1760-001-0026 and 1760-001-0003
          to increase authorized
          expenditures by the Office of
          State Publishing, the Office of
          Risk and Insurance Management,
          the Office of Fleet
          Administration, the Office of
          Energy Management, and the Office
          of Public Safety Radio Services.
          The augmentation shall be for the
          specific purpose of enabling the
          Office of State Publishing, the
          Office of Risk and Insurance
          Management, the Office of Fleet
          Administration, the Energy
          Services Program, and the Office
          of Public Safety Radio Services
          to provide competitive services
          to their customers (including
          local government entities or the
          federal government) and may be
          made only if the office has
          sufficient operating reserves
          available to fund the
          augmentation.     If the Director
          of General Services proposes to
          augment either of the items in
          this provision, the director
          shall notify the Department of
          Finance, the chairpersons of the
          fiscal committees of each house
          of the Legislature, and the
          Chairperson of the Joint
          Legislative Budget Committee 30
          days prior to making the
          augmentation, including the
          amount, justification, and the
          office augmented. Any
          augmentation that is deemed to be
          necessary on a permanent basis
          shall be submitted for review as
          part of the normal budget
          development process.
    6.    Any augmentation made pursuant to
          Provisions 3 and 4 shall be
          reported in writing to the
          chairpersons of the fiscal
          committees of each house of the
          Legislature and the Chairperson
          of the Joint Legislative Budget
          Committee within 30 days of the
          date the augmentation is
          approved. This notification shall
          be provided in a format
          consistent with normal budget
          change requests, including
          identification of the amount of,
          and justification for, the
          augmentation, and the program
          that has been augmented. Copies
          of the notification shall be
          provided to the Department of
          Finance.
    7.    Notwithstanding any other
          provision of law, the Director of
          General Services or his or her
          designee, in lieu of the Director
          of Finance, is authorized to
          approve Budget Revision, Standard
          Form 26, subject to a copy being
          provided to the Department of
          Finance.
    8.    Notwithstanding any other
          provision of law, due to the
          inability to issue energy
          efficiency revenue bonds pursuant
          to Chapter 2.7     (commencing
          with Section 15814.10) of Part
          10b of Division 3 of Title 2 of
          the Government Code, in order to
          repay the General Fund for the
          cost of completing energy
          efficiency projects on specified
          buildings, the Department of
          General Services shall, within 10
          fiscal years, recover an amount
          sufficient to repay the costs
          associated with completed energy
          efficiency projects plus 5
          percent interest, through utility
          rates charged to tenants. On
          August 1 of each fiscal year
          beginning with the 2005-06 fiscal
          year, the Department of General
          Services shall transfer that
          amount to the General Fund. Once
          the General Fund has been fully
          repaid, the Department of General
          Services shall adjust utility
          rates for all tenants to
          accurately reflect the current
          rates.
    9.    The Director of Finance is
          authorized to increase this item
          for purposes of     funding
          tenant improvement projects to
          facilitate the backfill of vacant
          space within stand-alone
          Department of General Services
          (DGS) bond funded office
          buildings. This provision shall
          only be used to augment
          expenditure authority for DGS
          stand-alone individual rate
          office buildings where a $0.03
          tenant improvement surcharge has
          been approved by the Department
          of Finance and is included in the
          monthly rental rate. Department
          of Finance approval is contingent
          upon justification for the
          proposed tenant improvement
          projects to be provided by the
          DGS including an analysis of cost
          impacts and how the tenant
          improvements will improve the
          state's utilization of the
          facility. Any augmentation made
          in accordance with this provision
          shall not result in an increase
          in any rate charged to other
          departments for services without
          the prior written consent of the
          Department of Finance. Any
          augmentation made pursuant to
          this provision may be authorized
          not sooner than 30 days after
          notification in writing to the
          chairpersons of the fiscal
          committees of each house of the
          Legislature and the Chairperson
          of the Joint Legislative Budget
          Committee.
    10.   The Department of General
          Services shall provide an
          implementation progress report to
          the Department of Finance and the
          appropriate fiscal committees of
          the Legislature on April 1, 2009,
          and on April 1, 2010, to provide
          the status of the following
          areas: (a) progress on meeting
          statewide fleet utilization
          targets, (b) disposal of vehicles
          not meeting minimum utilization
          standards, (c) trend of statewide
          fleet size, (d) trend of
          statewide fleet average fuel
          efficiency, (e) timeframes
          associated with producing
          standard and ad hoc reports, and
          (f) savings and cost avoidances
          achieved to date and potential
          for additional savings and cost
          avoidances.


   SEC. 13.    Item 2660-001-0042 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
2660-001-0042--For support of Department
of Transportation, payable from the State
Highway Account, State Transportation
Fund...................................... 2,604,048,000
    Schedule:
    (1)    10-Aeronautics......   3,436,000
    (2)    20.10-Highway
           Transportation-
           -Capital Outlay      1,610,517,0
           Support.............          00
    (3)    20.30-Highway
           Transportation--
           Local Assistance....   41,393,000 
                                  39,829,000 
    (4)    20.40-Highway
           Transportation--
           Program Development.  75,198,000
    (5)    20.65-Highway
           Transportation--
           Legal...............  78,337,000
    (6)    20.70-Highway
           Transportation--
           Operations.......... 187,143,000
    (7)    20.80-Highway
           Transportation-      1,130,082,0
           -Maintenance........          00
    (8)    30-Mass
           Transportation...... 124,813,000
    (9)    40-Transportation
           Planning............ 104,337,000
    (10)   50.00-
           Administration......  376,498,000 
                                 375,982,000 
    (11)   60.10-Equipment
           Service Program
           Costs............... 179,942,000
    (11.5) 60.20-Distributed
           Equipment Service    -179,942,00
           Program Costs.......           0
    (12)   Reimbursements...... -328,261,00
                                          0
    (13)   Amount payable from
           the Aeronautics
           Account, State
           Transportation Fund
           (Item 2660-001-
           0041)...............  -3,374,000
    (14)   Amount payable from
           the Bicycle
           Transportation
           Account, State
           Transportation Fund
           (Item 2660-001-
           0045)...............     -10,000
    (15)   Amount payable from
           the Public
           Transportation
           Account, State
           Transportation Fund
           (Item 2660-001-      -142,503,00
           0046)...............           0
    (16)   Amount payable from
           the Historic
           Property
           Maintenance Fund
           (Item 2660-001-
           0365)...............  -1,557,000
    (16.5) Amount payable from
           the Seismic
           Retrofit Bond Fund
           of 1996 (Section
           8879.3 of the
           Government Code)....    -593,000
    (17)   Amount payable from
           the Federal Trust
           Fund (Item 2660-001- -529,838,00
           0890)...............           0
    (18)   Amount payable from
           the Transportation
           Financing
           Subaccount, State
           Highway Account,
           State
           Transportation Fund
           (Item 2660-001-
           6801)............... -11,066,000
    (19)   Amount payable from
            the State Route 99 
            Account, Highway 
            the Highway  Safety,  Traffic 
            Traffic  Reduction,  Air 
            Air  Quality, and Port 
            Port  Security Fund  of 
            of  2006 (Item   2660-
           004-60  53   72  )...........
-8,281,000
    (21)   Amount payable from
           the Corridor
           Mobility
           Improvement
           Account, Highway
           Safety, Traffic
           Reduction, Air
           Quality, and Port
           Security Fund of
           2006 (Item 2660-004-
           6055)............... -14,085,000
     (22)   Amount payable from 
            the Trade Corridors 
            Improvement Fund 
            (Item 2660-004- 
            6056)...............  -1,427,000 
    (23)   Amount payable from
           the Transportation
           Facilities Account,
           Highway Safety,
           Traffic Reduction,
           Air Quality, and
           Port Security Fund
           of 2006 (Item 2660-
           004-6058)........... -63,188,000
    (24)   Amount payable from
           the Public
           Transportation
           Modernization,
           Improvement, and
           Service Enhancement
           Account, Highway
           Safety, Traffic
           Reduction, Air
           Quality, and Port
           Security Fund of
           2006 (Item 2660-004-
           6059)...............  -1,047,000
     (25)   Amount payable from 
            the State-Local 
            Partnership Program 
            Account, Highway 
            Safety, Traffic 
            Reduction, Air 
            Quality, and Port 
            Security Fund of 
            2006 (Item 2660-004- 
            6060)...............    -653,000 
    (26)   Amount payable from
           the Local Bridge
           Seismic Retrofit
           Account, Highway
           Safety, Traffic
           Reduction, Air
           Quality, and Port
           Security Fund of
           2006 (Item 2660-004-
           6062)...............     -86,000
    (27)   Amount payable from
           the Highway-
           Railroad Crossing
           Safety Account,
           Highway Safety,
           Traffic Reduction,
           Air Quality, and
           Port Security Fund
           of 2006 (Item 2660-
           004-6063)...........    -547,000
    (28)   Amount payable from
           the Highway
           Safety,
           Rehabilitation, and
           Preservation
           Account, Highway
           Safety, Traffic
           Reduction, Air
           Quality, and Port
           Security Fund of
           2006 (Item 2660-004-
           6064)............... -21,190,000
    Provisions:
    1.     For purposes of the funds
           appropriated in Schedules (2)
           to (7), inclusive, Program 20-
           -Highway Transportation, upon
           approval of the Department of
           Finance, the Department of
           Transportation shall notify the
           chairpersons of the fiscal
           committees of both houses of
           the Legislature and the
           Chairperson of the Joint
           Legislative Budget Committee at

         least 20 days prior to spending
           funds to expand     activities
           above budgeted levels or to
           implement a new activity not
           identified in this act,
           including any of those
           expenditures to be funded
           through a transfer of moneys
           from other expenditure
           categories or programs, except
           in the case of emergency work
           increases caused by fire, snow,
           storm, or earth movement damage.
    2.     From funds appropriated in this
           item, the Department of
           Transportation may enter into
           interagency agreements with the
           Department of the California
           Highway Patrol to compensate
           that department for the cost of
           work performed by patrol
           officers at or near state
           highway construction projects
           so as to reduce the risk of
           occurrence of serious motor
           vehicle accidents.
    3.     Notwithstanding any other
           provision of law, funds
           appropriated in this item from
           the State Highway Account may
           be reduced and replaced by an
           equivalent amount of federal
           funds determined by the
           Department of Transportation to
           be available and necessary to
           comply with Section 8.50 and
           the most effective management
           of state transportation
           resources. Not more than 30
           days after replacing the state
           funds with federal funds, the
           Director of Finance shall
           notify in writing the
           chairpersons of the committees
           in each house of the
           Legislature that consider
           appropriations and the
           Chairperson of the Joint
           Legislative Budget Committee of
           this action.
    4.     Notwithstanding any other
           provision of law, funding
           appropriated in this item may
           be transferred to Item 2660-005-
           0042 to pay for any necessary
           insurance, debt service, and
           other financing-related
           expenditures for Department of
           Transportation-owned office
           buildings. Any transfer will
           require the prior approval of
           the Department of Finance.
    5.     The funds appropriated in
           Schedule (2) for external
           consultant and professional
           services related to project
           delivery (also known as 232
           contracts) that are
           unencumbered or encumbered but
           unexpended related to work that
           will not be performed during
           the fiscal year shall revert to
           the fund from which they were
           appropriated.
    6.     Notwithstanding any other
           provision of law, funds
           appropriated in this item may
           be supplemented with federal
           funding appropriation authority
           and with prior fiscal year
           State Highway Account
           appropriation balances at a
           level determined by the
           Department of Transportation as
           required to process claims
           utilizing federal advance
           construction through the plan
           of financial adjustment process
           pursuant to Sections 11251 and
           16365 of the Government Code.
    7.     Of the funds appropriated in
           Schedule (7), $588,000 is for
           the maintenance of the new
           Route 125 toll road in San
           Diego County. This full amount
           shall not be available for
           expenditure until the
           Department of Transportation
           has entered into a contract
           with the contractor for the
           year in which funds are to be
           expended.
    8.     Notwithstanding any other
           provision of law, funds
           appropriated in Item 2660-001-
           0042,     50.00-Administration
           from the State Highway Account,
           may be reduced and replaced by
           an equivalent amount of
           Reimbursements funds determined
           by the Department of
           Transportation to be available
           and necessary to comply with
           Section 28.50 and the most
           effective management of state
           transportation resources. The
           Reimbursements Account may also
           be reduced and replaced by an
           equivalent amount of funds from
           the State Highway Account. Not
           more than 30 days after
           replacing the State Highway
           Account funds with
           Reimbursements funds and vice
           versa, the Director of Finance
           shall notify in writing the
           chairpersons of the committees
           in each house of the
           Legislature that consider
           appropriations and the
           Chairperson of the Joint
           Legislative Budget Committee of
           this action.
    9.     Not more than $1,400,000
           appropriated in this item is
           available for     support of
           the Department of
           Transportation's Owner
           Controlled Insurance Program to
           administer insurance coverage
           for contractors on projects
           with combined total costs not
           to exceed $750,000,000.
    10.    Of the funds appropriated in
           this item, $214,000,000 is for
           major maintenance contracts for
           the preservation of highway
           pavement, and shall not be used
           to supplant any other funding
           that would have been used for
           major pavement maintenance.
    11.    Of the funds appropriated in
           Schedule (5), $48,600,000 is
           for the payment of tort lawsuit
           claims and awards. Any funds
           for that purpose that are
           unencumbered as of April 1,
           2008, may be transferred to
           Item 2660-302-0042. Any
           transfer shall require the
           prior approval of the
           Department of Finance.
    12.    Of the funds appropriated in
           Schedule (7), $7,167,000 shall
           be used to fund expansion of
           the Department of
           Transportation's 800 MHz Radio
           System in District 10.
    13.    Of the funds appropriated in
           Schedule (2), $1,742,000 shall
           be used to fund 2.0 positions
           and contracts for the
           monitoring of underground
           storage tank sites.
    14.    Of the funds appropriated in
           Schedule (6), $1,200,000 shall
           be used to fund a two-year
           pilot project to test the
           viability of purchasing real-
           time traffic data collected
           from virtual traffic monitoring
           stations.
    15.    Of the funds appropriated in
           Schedules (6) and (7),
           $11,206,000 shall be used for
           the maintenance, engineering,
           and repair of intelligent
           transportation systems and the
           associated field elements.
    16.    Of the funds appropriated in
           Schedule (8), $6,552,000 shall
           be available to pay for
           increased Amtrak operating
           costs once an agreement is
           signed by both the Department
           of Transportation and the
           Office of State Audits and
           Evaluations in the Department
           of Finance for an audit of the
           Department of Transportation's
           intercity rail program.
           Phase I of this audit, to be
           completed no later than
           December 31, 2007, shall
           include, but not be limited to,
           an accurate measure of the
           daily average and peak
           ridership for each segment of
           Caltrans' intercity rail
           routes, actual existing rail
           equipment availability and
           ridership capacity, train
           schedules, and trainset
           configurations utilized to
           support ridership demand. Phase
           II of this audit, to be
           completed by March 31, 2008,
           shall include, but not be
           limited to, an accurate measure
           of Caltrans' methodology for
           forecasting future ridership
           and rail equipment requirements.
    18.    Of the funds appropriated in
           this item, $125,000 shall be
           used for the reimbursement of
           the Office of State Audits and
           Evaluations within the
           Department of Finance for audit
           and consulting services related
           to the Department of
           Transportation's administration
           of the workers'
           compensation system. Upon
           completion of the audit report,
           the Office of State Audits and
           Evaluations shall provide a
           copy to the appropriate fiscal
           committees of the Legislature
           and the Legislative Analyst.
     19.      Notwithstanding Section 183.1

            of the Streets and Highways 
            Code, the transfer of revenue 
            from the State Highway Account 
            in the State Transportation 
            Fund to the Public 
            Transportation Account in the 
            State Transportation Fund, 
            described in subdivision (b) of 
            that section, is suspended to 
            June 30, 2008. 


   SEC. 14.    Item 2660-004-6053 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is repealed. 

2660-004-6053--For support of Department
of Transportation, for payment to Item
2660-001-0042, payable from the Highway
Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality,
and Port Security Fund of 2006............  8,281,000


   SEC. 15.    Item 2660-004-6056 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is repealed. 

2660-004-6056--For support of Department
of Transportation, for payment to Item
2660-001-0042, payable from the Trade
Corridors Improvement Fund................  1,427,000


   SEC. 16.    Item 2660-004-6060 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is repealed.

2660-004-6060--For support of Department
of Transportation, for payment to Item
2660-001-0042, payable from the State-
Local Partnership Program Account,
Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air
Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006...    653,000


   SEC. 17.    Item 2660-004-6072 is added to Section
2.00 of the Budget Act of 2007, to read: 
 2660-004-6072--For support of Department 
 of Transportation, for payment to Item 
 2660-001-0042, payable from the State 
 Route 99 Account, Highway Safety, Traffic 
 Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security 
 Fund of 2006..............................  8,281,000 


  SEC. 18.    Item 2660-104-6053 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is repealed. 

2660-104-6053--For local assistance,
Department of Transportation, non-State
Transportation Improvement Program (STIP),
payable from the Highway Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security
Fund of 2006..................................      1,000
     Schedule:
     (1) 20.30-Highway Transportation-
         -Local Assistance............    1,000
     Provisions:
     1.  These funds shall be available for
         allocation by the California
         Transportation Commission until June
         30, 2010, and available for
         encumbrance and liquidation until
         June 30, 2013.
     2.  Notwithstanding any other provision
         of law, funds appropriated in this
         item may be transferred to Item 2660-
         304-6053. These     transfers shall
         require the prior approval of the
         Department of Finance.


   SEC. 19.    Item 2660-104-6056 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is repealed. 

2660-104-6056--For local assistance,
Department of Transportation, non-State
Transportation Improvement Program
(STIP), payable from the Trade Corridors
Improvement Fund.......................... 132,000,000
    Schedule:
    (1)   20.30-Highway
          Transportation-
          -Local
          Assistance..........  132,000,000
    Provisions:
    1.    These funds shall be available
          for allocation by the California
          Transportation Commission until
          June 30, 2010, and available for
          encumbrance and liquidation
          until June 30, 2013.
    2.    Notwithstanding any other
          provision of law, funds
          appropriated in this item may be
          transferred to Item 2660-304-
          6056. These transfers shall
          require the prior approval of
          the Department of Finance.


   SEC. 20.    Item 2660-104-6060 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is repealed. 

2660-104-6060--For local assistance,
Department of Transportation, non-State
Transportation Improvement Program
(STIP), payable from the State-Local
Partnership Program Account, Highway
Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality,
and Port Security Fund of 2006............ 200,000,000
    Schedule:
    (1)   20.30-Highway
          Transportation-
          -Local Assistance...  200,000,000
    Provisions:
    1.    These funds shall be available
          for allocation by the California
          Transportation Commission until
          June 30, 2010, and available for
          encumbrance and liquidation
          until June 30, 2013.


   SEC. 21.    Item 2660-104-6072 is added to Section
2.00 of the Budget Act of 2007, to read: 
 2660-104-6072--For local assistance, 
 Department of Transportation, non-State 
 Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), 
 payable from the State Route 99 Account, 
 Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air 
 Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006.......      1,000 

      Schedule: 
      (1) 20.30-Highway Transportation- 
          -Local Assistance............    1,000 
      Provisions: 
      1.  These funds shall be available for 
          allocation by the California 
         Transportation Commission until June 
          30, 2010, and available for 
          encumbrance and liquidation until 
          June 30, 2013. 
      2.  Notwithstanding any other provision 
          of law, funds appropriated in this 
          item may be transferred to Item 2660- 
          304-6072. These transfers shall 
          require the prior approval of the 
          Department of Finance. 


  SEC. 22.    Item 2660-304-6053 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is repealed. 

2660-304-6053--For capital outlay,
Department of Transportation, non-State
Transportation Improvement Program (STIP),
payable from the Highway Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security
Fund of 2006................................. 5,999,000
     Schedule:
     (1) 20-Highway Transportation.. 5,999,000
     Provisions:
     1.  These funds shall be available for
         allocation by the California
         Transportation Commission until June
         30, 2010, and available for
         encumbrance and liquidation through
         June 30, 2013.
     2.  Notwithstanding any other provision
         of law, funds appropriated in this
         item may be transferred to Item 2660-
         104-6053. These transfers shall
         require the prior approval of the
         Department of Finance.
     5.  Notwithstanding any other provision
         of law, funds appropriated in this
         item may be increased by up to
         $24,750,000 upon approval of the
         Department of Finance.


   SEC. 23.    Item 2660-304-6056 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is repealed. 

2660-304-6056--For capital outlay,
Department of Transportation, non-State
Transportation Improvement Program (STIP),
payable from the Trade Corridors
Improvement Fund............................ 68,000,000
     Schedule:
     (1)   20-Highway
           Transportation.......   68,000,000
     Provisions:
     1.    These funds shall be available
           for allocation by the California
           Transportation Commission until
           June 30, 2010, and available for
           encumbrance and liquidation until
           June 30, 2013.
     2.    Notwithstanding any other
           provision of law, funds
           appropriated in this item may be
           transferred to Item 2660-104-
           6056. These transfers shall
           require the prior approval of the
           Department of     Finance.


   SEC. 24.    Item 2660-304-6072 is added to Section
2.00 of the Budget Act of 2007, to read: 
 2660-304-6072--For capital outlay, 
 Department of Transportation, non-State 
 Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), 
 payable from the State Route 99 Account, 
 Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air 
 Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006...... 5,999,000 
      Schedule: 
      (1) 20-Highway Transportation.. 5,999,000 
      Provisions: 
      1.  These funds shall be available for 
          allocation by the California 
          Transportation Commission until June 
          30, 2010, and available for 
          encumbrance and liquidation through 
          June 30, 2013. 
      2.  Notwithstanding any other provision 
          of law, funds appropriated in this 
          item may be transferred to Item 2660- 
          104-6072. These transfers shall 
          require the prior approval of the 
          Department of Finance. 
      5.  Notwithstanding any other provision 
          of law, funds appropriated in this 
          item may be increased by up to 
          $24,750,000 upon approval of the 
          Department of Finance. 


  SEC. 25.    Item 2665-001-0046 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
2665-001-0046--For support of High-Speed Rail
Authority, Program 10-High-Speed Rail
Authority, payable from the Public
Transportation Account, State Transportation    41,159,00

Fund..........................................          0
  
                                                 1,159,000 
     Schedule:
     (1)   10-High-Speed Rail
           Authority..............    44,659,000 
                                       4,659,000 
     (2)   Reimbursements.........   -3,500,000


   SEC. 26.    Item 2720-001-0044 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
2720-001-0044--For support of Department
of the California Highway Patrol, payable
from the Motor Vehicle Account, State
Transportation Fund.......................  1,617,459,000

                                             1,624,459,000 
    Schedule:
    (1)   10-Traffic            1,578,686,00  

          Management..........             
1,585,686,0  0
                                           0 
    (2)   20-Regulation and
          Inspection..........  181,737,000
    (3)   30-Vehicle
          Ownership Security..   42,047,000
    (4)   40.01-
          Administration......  302,056,000
    (5)   40.02-Distributed
          Administration...... -302,056,000
    (6)   Reimbursements...... -106,048,000
    (7)   Amount payable from
          the State Highway
          Account (Item 2720-
          001-0042)...........  -57,477,000
    (8)   Amount payable from
          the Motor Carrier
          Safety Improvement
          Fund (Item 2720-001-
          0293)...............   -2,341,000
    (9)   Amount payable from
          the California
          Motorcyclist Safety
          Fund (Item     2720-
          001-0840)...........   -1,450,000
    (10)  Amount payable from
          the Federal Trust
          Fund (Item 2720-001-
          0890)...............  -15,434,000
    (11)  Amount payable from
          the Hazardous
          Substance Account,
          Special Deposit
          Fund (Item 2720-001-
          0942)...............     -207,000
    (12)  Amount payable from
          the Asset
          Forfeiture Account,
          Special Deposit
          Fund (Item 2720-011-
          0942)...............   -2,054,000
    Provisions:
    1.    On March 1, 2008, and each March
          1 thereafter until the project
          is fully implemented, the
          department shall report the
          status of the California Highway
          Patrol Enhanced Radio System to
          the appropriate fiscal and
          policy committees of the
          Legislature and the Joint
          Legislative Budget Committee. At
          a minimum, each report shall
          include all of the following:
          (a) a revised estimate of total
          project costs and activities, by
          fiscal year, including separate
          reporting on the categories of
          mobiles, portables, remote site
          equipment, Department of General
          Services costs, and other; (b) a
          description of any changes in
          the project scope including the
          type and number of hardware
          units needed, and changes to the
          frequencies used; and (c) a
          description of any adverse
          effects to interoperability
          caused by changes in usage of
          new technology by local agencies
          or other state agencies.
    2.    Of the funds appropriated in
          this item, $10,000,000 shall be
          to conduct tactical alerts in
          response to declared emergencies
          and immediate threats to public
          safety. For purposes of this
          provision, a tactical alert
          occurs when     officers are
          placed on 12-hour shifts to
          enhance emergency preparedness
          and provide an immediate
          increase in the levels of
          security provided to
          Californians. If the amount used
          for tactical alerts is less than
          $10,000,000, the balance shall
          revert to the Motor Vehicle
          Account.
          (a)    Of the funds appropriated
                 in this provision,
                 $5,000,000 shall be
                 immediately available and
                 used only for overtime
                 expenses associated with
                 conducting tactical
                 alerts.
          (b)    Of the funds appropriated
                 in this provision,
                 $5,000,000 shall become
                 available and used only
                 for the purposes
                 described in subdivision
                 (a) after submittal of a
                 report to the Joint
                 Legislative Budget
                 Committee on the
                 expenditure of funds make
                 available under
                 subdivision (a). The
                 report shall provide a
                 detailed description of
                 the expenditures made and
                 the planned expenditures
                 from the funds made
                 available to the
                 department pursuant to
                 this provision.
          (c)    No later than December 31
                 of each year, the
                 department shall submit a
                 report to the Joint
                 Legislative Budget
                 Committee, and the
                 appropriate fiscal and
                 policy committees of each
                 house, on the activities
                 and expenditures for the
                 previous fiscal year for
                 tactical alerts.
     3.    Of the funds appropriated in 
           this item, $7,000,000 shall be 
           directed to increase the 
           Department of the California 
           Highway Patrol's support for 
           police and sheriffs in anti-gang 
           activities. 


   SEC. 27.    Item 3790-001-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
3790-001-0001--For support of Department
of Parks and Recreation.................... 145,359,000
    Schedule:
    (1)   For support of the
          Department of Parks
          and Recreation.......  383,495,000
    (2)   Reimbursements.......  -32,199,000
    (3)   Less funding
          provided by capital
          outlay...............   -4,000,000
    (4)   Amount payable from
          the Safe
          Neighborhood Parks,
          Clean Water, Clean
          Air, and Coastal
          Protection Bond Fund
          (Item 3790-001-0005).   -6,639,000
    (5)   Amount payable from
          the California
          Environmental
          License Plate Fund
          (Item 3790-001-0140).   -3,264,000
    (6)   Amount     payable
          from the Public
          Resources Account,
          Cigarette and
          Tobacco Products
          Surtax Fund (Item
          3790-001-0235).......  -11,258,000
    (7)   Amount payable from
          the Off-Highway
          Vehicle Trust Fund
          (Item 3790-001-0263).  -42,336,000
    (8)   Amount payable from
          the State Parks and
          Recreation Fund
          (Item 3790-001-0392). -121,173,000
    (9)   Amount payable from
          the Winter
          Recreation Fund
          (Item 3790-001-0449).     -390,000
    (10)  Amount payable from
          the Harbors and
          Watercraft Revolving
          Fund (Item 3790-001-
          0516)................     -814,000
    (11)  Amount payable from
          the Federal Trust
          Fund (Item 3790-001-
          0890)................   -6,341,000
    (12)  Amount payable from
          the California Main
          Street Program Fund
          (Item 3790-001-3077).     -175,000
    (13)  Amount     payable
             from the California
          Clean Water, Clean
          Air, Safe
          Neighborhood Parks,
          and Coastal
          Protection Fund
          (Item 3790-001-6029).   -4,433,000
    (14)  Amount payable from
          the Water Security,
          Clean Drinking
          Water, Coastal and
          Beach Protection
          Fund of 2002 (Item
          3790-001-6031).......     -491,000
    (15)  Amount payable from
          Safe Drinking Water,
          Water Quality and
          Supply, Flood
          Control, River and
          Coastal Protection
          Fund of 2006 (Item
          3790-001-6051).......   -4,623,000
    Provisions:
    1.    Of the funds appropriated by this
          act from the General Fund and
          special funds, other than the Off-
          Highway Vehicle Trust Fund and
          bond funds, to the Department of
          Parks and Recreation for local
          assistance grants to local
          agencies, the department may
          allocate an amount not to exceed
          3.7 percent of each project's
          allocation, except to the extent
          otherwise restricted by law, to
          allow the department to
          administer its grants. Those
          funds shall be available for
          encumbrance or expenditure until
          June 30, 2013.
    2.    It is the intent of the
          Legislature that salaries, wages,
          operating expenses, and positions
          associated with implementing
          specific Department of Parks and
          Recreation capital outlay
          projects continue to be funded
          through capital outlay
          appropriations, and that these
          funds should also be reflected in
          the department's state operations
          budget in the Governor's Budget
          as a special item of expense
          reflecting the funding provided
          from the capital outlay
          appropriations.
    3.    Notwithstanding any other
          provision of law, the Director of
          Finance may authorize a loan from
          the General Fund, in an amount
          not to exceed 35 percent     of
          reimbursements appropriated in
          this item to the Department of
          Parks and Recreation, provided
          that:
          (a)     The loan is to meet cash
                  needs resulting from the
                  delay in receipt of
                  reimbursements for
                  services provided.
          (b)     The loan is for a short
                  term and shall be repaid
                  by September 30, 2008.
          (c)     Interest charges may be
                  waived pursuant to
                  subdivision (e) of
                  Section 16314 of the
                  Government Code.
          (d)     The Director of Finance
                  may not approve the loan
                  unless the approval is
                  made in writing and filed
                  with the Chairperson of
                  the Joint Legislative
                  Budget Committee and the
                  chairpersons of the
                  committees in each house
                  of the Legislature that
                  consider appropriations
                  not later than 30 days
                  prior to the effective
                  date of the approval, or
                  not sooner than whatever
                  lesser time that the
                  chairperson of the joint
                  committee or his or her
                  designee may determine.
    4.    The augmentation of $1,711,000 in
          Schedule (7) is to be used to
          fund restoration activities
          within state parks in which off-
          highway vehicle activity is or
          has been permitted, including
          areas     where off-highway
          vehicle recreation has been
          determined to not be appropriate.
    5.    Notwithstanding Section 4.11 or
          any other provision of law, up to
          61 positions initially authorized
          in accordance with Schedule (15)
          shall not be abolished pursuant
          to Section 12439 of the
          Government Code prior to June 30,
          2015.
    6.    Schedule (1) includes $4,104,000
          for remediation and treatment
          activities at Empire Mine State
          Historic Park. Notwithstanding
          any other provision of law, these
          funds shall be available for
          expenditure upon the approval of
          the Director of Finance, after
          the submission by the Department
          of Parks and Recreation of
          detailed information on the
          activities to     be funded and
          their cost.
    7.    The Department of Parks and
          Recreation shall have a
          celebration at the Allensworth
          State Park on the one hundredth
          anniversary of the founding of
          the town of Allensworth, and this
          celebration shall be done within
          the department's existing
          resources.
     8.    It is the intent of the 
           Legislature that the Department 
           of Parks and Recreation shall 
           prioritize funds appropriated to 
          the department from the Harbors 
           and Watercraft Revolving Fund and 
           the Motor Vehicle Fuel Account, 
           Transportation Tax Fund, for 
           boating-related activities that 
           include, but are not limited to, 
           major and minor capital outlay
           projects, boating trails, boating 
           trail grants, boating trails 
           access facilities, beach erosion 
           grants, and state park boating 
           facilities operations and 
           maintenance costs. 


   SEC. 28.    Item 3900-001-0044 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
3900-001-0044--For support of State Air
Resources Board, payable from the Motor
Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund.  88,500,000

                                              94,533,000 
    Schedule:
    (1)    15-Mobile Source....   688,291,000  

                                  696,312,000 
    (2)    25-Stationary
           Source..............   53,845,000
    (3)    30.01-Program
           Direction and
           Support.............   14,620,000
    (4)    30.02-Distributed
           Program Direction
           and Support.........  -14,620,000
    (5)    Reimbursements......   -5,075,000
    (6)    Amount payable from
           the General Fund
           (Item 3900-001-
           0001)...............   -2,435,000
    (7)    Amount payable from
           the Air Pollution
           Control Fund (Item
           3900-001-0115)......  -172,553,000  

                                 -174,541,000 
    (8)    Amount payable from
           the Vehicle
           Inspection and
           Repair Fund (Item
           3900-001-0421)......  -13,252,000
    (9)    Amount payable from
           the Air Toxics
           Inventory and
           Assessment Account
           (Item 3900-001-
           0434)...............     -869,000
    (9.5)  Amount payable from
           the Energy
           Resources Programs
           Account (Item 3900-
           001-0465)...........     -966,000
    (10)   Amount payable from
           the Federal Trust
           Fund (Item 3900-001-
           0890)...............  -13,963,000
    (11)   Amount payable from
           the Non-Toxic Dry
           Cleaning Incentive
           Trust Fund (Item
           3900-001-3070)......   -1,523,000
    (12)   Amount payable from
           the Highway Safety,
           Traffic Reduction,
           Air Quality, and
           Port Security Fund
           of 2006 (Item 3900-
           001-6053)........... -193,000,000
    (13)   Amount payable from
           the California
           Ports
           Infrastructure,
           Security, and Air
           Quality Improvement
           Account, Highway
           Safety, Traffic
           Reduction, Air
           Quality, and Port
           Security Fund of
           2006 (Item 3900-001-
           6054)............... -250,000,000
    Provisions: 
     1.     Of the funds appropriated in 
            this item, $5,000,000 shall be 
            expended to support hydrogen 
            fueling stations and shall be 
            available, notwithstanding 
            subdivision (a) of Section 1.80, 
            for expenditure until June 30, 
            2010. 


   SEC. 29.    Item 3900-001-0115 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
3900-001-0115--For support of State Air
Resources Board, for payment to Item 3900-
001-0044, payable from the Air Pollution      172,553,00

Control Fund................................ 
  174,541,0
 0
                                                        0 
      Provisions:
       1 .     When expending funds 
               appropriated in this item in 
               order to consider market based 
               compliance mechanisms, the 
               State Air Resources Board 
               shall only consider those
               mechanisms that are defined by 
               the California Global Warming 
               Solutions Act of 2006 
               (Division 25.5 (commencing 
               with Section 38500) of the 
               Health and Safety Code). 
      2.      Of this amount, $1,000,000 is
              to cover litigation expenses
              associated with Chapter 200 of
              the Statutes of 2002.
       3.      The implementation of early 
               action measures shall include, 
              but not be limited to, 
               reductions of pollutants such 
               as   methane and black
carbon. 
       4.      The 31.0 positions authorized 
               under this item for source- 
              specific emission reductions 
               shall be used solely for 
               direct emission reductions 
               related work as defined under 
               Section 38505 of the Health 
               and Safety Code. 
       5.      Only 2.0 positions provided to 
               the State Air Resources Board 
               in this item shall evaluate 
               and assess market-based 
               compliance mechanisms that are 
               specified in Section 38505 of 
               the Health and Safety Code. 
      6.      Of the positions authorized
              under this item, 2.0 positions
              shall be used to staff those
              committees established
              pursuant to Section 3859 0   1
 of
              the     Health and Safety
              Code. The committees
              established by Section 3859  0   1

              of the Health and Safety Code
              shall be subject to state
              public notice and open meeting
              laws.


   SEC. 30.    Item 3910-001-0387 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
3910-001-0387--For support of California
Integrated Waste Management Board, payable
from the Integrated Waste Management
Account, Integrated Waste Management Fund..  43,787,000

                                              43,669,000 
    Schedule:
    (1)    11-Waste Reduction
           and Management......    88,406,000 
                                   88,288,000 
    (2)    30.01-
           Administration......    9,702,000
    (3)    30.02-Distributed
           Administration......   -9,702,000
    (4)    Reimbursements......     -335,000
    (5)    Amount payable from
           the California Used
           Oil Recycling Fund
           (Item 3910-001-
           0100)...............   -4,934,000
    (6)    Amount payable from
           the California Used
           Oil Recycling Fund
           (paragraph (4) of
           subdivision (a) of
           Section 48653 of
           the Public
           Resources Code).....     -716,000
    (7)    Amount payable from
           the California Used
           Oil Recycling Fund
           (paragraph (1) of
           subdivision (a) of
           Section 48653 of
           the Public
           Resources Code).....   -3,300,000
    (8)    Amount payable from
           the California Tire
           Recycling
           Management Fund
           (Item 3910-001-
           0226)...............  -21,977,000
    (9)    Amount payable from
           the Recycling
           Market Development
           Revolving Loan
           Account, Integrated
           Waste Management
           Fund (Item 3910-001-
           0281)...............     -970,000
    (10)   Amount payable from
           the Solid Waste
           Disposal Site
           Cleanup Trust Fund
           (Item 3910-001-
           0386)...............     -572,000
    (11)   Amount payable from
           the Integrated
           Waste Management
           Account, Integrated
           Waste Management
           Fund (Item 3910-006-
           0387)...............     -640,000
    (12)   Amount payable from
           the Farm and Ranch
           Solid Waste Cleanup
           and Abatement
           Account (Item 3910-
           001-0558)...........   -1,107,000
    (13)   Amount payable from
           the Rigid Container
           Account (Item 3910-
           001-3024)...........     -162,000
    (14)   Amount payable from
           the Electronic
           Waste Recovery and
           Recycling Account
           (Item 3910-001-
           3065)...............   -9,906,000
    Provisions:
    1.     Notwithstanding     subdivision
           (h) of Section 42023.1 of the
           Public Resources Code, the
           California Integrated Waste
           Management Board may offset the
           costs of administering the
           revolving loan program for
           Recycling Market Development
           Zones with funds appropriated in
           this item.
    2.     The amount appropriated in this
           item includes revenues derived
           from the assessment of fines and
           penalties imposed as specified
           in Section 13332.18 of the
           Government Code.


   SEC. 31.    Item 3940-001-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
3940-001-0001--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board....................  38,044,000

                                              39,344,000 
    Schedule:
    (1)    10-Water Quality....  463,986,400
    (2)    20-Water Rights.....   11,213,600
    (3)    30.01-
           Administration......   19,656,000
    (4)    30.02-Distributed
           Administration......  -19,656,000
    (5)    Reimbursements......  -14,244,000
    (6)    Amount payable from
           the Unified Program
           Account (Item 3940-
           001-0028)...........     -601,000
    (7)    Amount payable from
           the Waste Discharge
           Permit Fund (Item
           3940-001-0193)......   -69,913,000  

                                  -68,613,000 
    (8)    Amount payable from
           the Marine Invasive
           Species Control
           Fund (Item 3940-001-
           0212)...............      -98,000
    (8.5)  Amount payable from
           the Environmental
           Trust Fund (Item
           3940-001-0225)......   -7,500,000
    (9)    Amount payable from
           the Public
           Resources Account,
           Cigarette and
           Tobacco Products
           Surtax Fund (Item
           3940-001-0235)......   -2,391,000
    (10)   Amount payable from
           the Integrated
           Waste Management
           Account, Integrated
           Waste Management
           Fund (Item 3940-001-
           0387)...............   -6,015,000
    (11)   Amount payable from
           the State Revolving
           Fund     Loan
           Subaccount (Item
           3940-001-0417)......     -538,000
    (12)   Amount payable from
           the Water Recycling
           Subaccount (Item
           3940-001-0419)......     -337,000
    (13)   Amount payable from
           the Drainage
           Management
           Subaccount (Item
           3940-001-0422)......     -515,000
    (14)   Amount payable from
           the Seawater
           Intrusion Control
           Subaccount (Item
           3940-001-0424)......      -97,000
    (15)   Amount payable from
           the Underground
           Storage Tank Tester
           Account (Item 3940-
           001-0436)...........      -64,000
    (16)   Amount payable from
           the Underground
           Storage Tank
           Cleanup Fund (Item
           3940-001-0439)...... -278,823,000
    (17)   Amount payable from
           the Surface
           Impoundment
           Assessment Account
           (Item 3940-001-
           0482)...............     -212,000
    (18)   Amount payable from
           the 1984 State
           Clean Water Bond
           Fund (Item 3940-001-
           0740)...............     -322,000
    (19)   Amount payable from
           the Federal Trust
           Fund (Item 3940-001-
           0890)...............  -34,716,000
    (20)   Amount payable from
           the Water Rights
           Fund (Item 3940-001-
           3058)...............   -6,929,000
    (21)   Amount payable from
           the Watershed
           Protection
           Subaccount (Item
           3940-001-6013)......   -1,069,000
    (22)   Amount payable from
           the Santa Ana River
           Watershed
           Subaccount (Item
           3940-001-6016)......   -1,062,000
    (23)   Amount payable from
           the Lake Elsinore
           and San Jacinto
           Watershed
           Subaccount (Item
           3940-001-6017)......      -47,000
    (24)   Amount payable from
           the Nonpoint Source
           Pollution Control
           Subaccount (Item
           3940-001-6019)......     -986,000
    (25)   Amount payable from
           the State Revolving
           Fund Loan
           Subaccount (Item
           3940-001-6020)......      -81,000
    (26)   Amount payable from
           the Wastewater
           Construction Grant
           Subaccount (Item
           3940-001-6021)......      -23,000
    (27)   Amount payable from
           the Coastal
           Nonpoint Source
           Control Subaccount
           (Item 3940-001-
           6022)...............     -815,000
    (28)   Amount payable from
           the Water Security,
           Clean Drinking
           Water, Coastal and
           Beach Protection
           Fund of 2002 (Item
           3940-001-6031)......   -5,078,000
    (29)   Amount payable from
           the Safe Drinking
           Water, Water
           Quality and Supply,
           Flood Control,
           River and Coastal
           Protection Fund of
           2006 (Item 3940-001-
           6051)...............   -4,073,000
    (30)   Amount payable from
           the Petroleum
           Underground Storage
           Tank Financing
           Account (Item 3940-
           001-8026)...........     -607,000
    Provisions:
    1.     Notwithstanding any other
           provision of law, upon approval
           and order of the Director of
           Finance, the State Water
           Resources Control Board may
           borrow sufficient funds for cash
           purposes from special funds that
           otherwise provide support for
           the board. Any such loans are to
           be repaid with interest at the
           rate earned in the Pooled Money
           Investment Account.
    2.     No funds appropriated in this
           item or any other items
           appropriating funds to the State
           Water Resources Control Board
           can be used for new information
           technology modules related to
           the California Integrated Water
           Quality System (CIWQS) until the
           board's Agency Information
           Management Strategy is updated
           to reflect the board's current
           information technology strategy
           and submitted to the Joint
           Legislative Budget Committee no
           sooner than 30 days prior to any
           spending on information
           technology modules.


   SEC. 32.    Item 3940-001-0193 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
3940-001-0193--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the
Waste Discharge Permit Fund...............   69,913,000

                                              68,613,000 


   SEC. 33.    Item 4200-101-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
4200-101-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs.....  84,197,000

                                               64,197,000 
    Schedule:
    (1)   15-Alcohol and Other
          Drug Services Program.   455,039,000 
                                   415,039,000 
    (2)   Reimbursements........  -13,595,000
    (3)   Amount payable from
          the Federal Trust
          Fund (Item 4200-101-
          0890)................. -240,589,000
    (4)   Amount payable from
          the Resident-Run
          Housing Revolving
          Fund (Item     4200-
          101-0977).............     -144,000
    (5)   Amount payable from
          the Substance Abuse
          Treatment Fund (Item
          4200-101-3019)........  -116,514,000  

                                   -96,514,000 
    Provisions:
    1.    Upon approval by the Department of
          Finance, the Controller shall
          transfer such funds as are
          necessary between this item and
          Items 4200-001-0001, 4200-102-
          0001, 4200-103-0001, and 4200-104-
          0001. In determining which
          transfers are necessary pursuant
          to this provision, the department
          shall assess those programs and
          operations that have the most
          critical need. In making this
          assessment, the department shall
          consider such factors as caseload
          requirements, availability of
          personnel to provide essential
          services, other funding sources,
          and relevant information provided
          by affected state agencies.
    2.    Upon approval by the Department of
          Finance, one or more short-term
          loans not to exceed a cumulative
          total of $59,745,000 may be made
          available from the General Fund
          when there is a delay in the
          allocation of federal Substance
          Abuse Prevention and Treatment
          (SAPT) Block Grant funds to
          California. Each loan shall be
          repaid, with interest calculated
          pursuant to subdivision (a) of
          Section 16314 of the Government
          Code, upon receipt of the federal
          SAPT Block Grant.


   SEC. 34.    Item 4200-101-3019 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
4200-101-3019--For local assistance,
Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs,
for payment to Item 4200-101-0001, payable   116,514,00

from the Substance Abuse Treatment Fund....           0
  
                                              96,514,000 
      Provisions:
      1.     Funds appropriated in this
             item are in lieu of the
             amounts that otherwise would
             have been appropriated for
             local assistance pursuant to
             Section 11999.6 of the Health
             and Safety Code.


   SEC. 35.    Item 4200-105-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
4200-105-0001--For transfer, as an
expenditure, by the Controller to the
Substance Abuse Treatment Trust Fund......  120,000,000

                                             100,000,000 


   SEC. 36.    Item 4280-101-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
4280-101-0001--For local assistance,
Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board, for
the Healthy Families Program..............  382,146,000

                                             373,832,000 
    Schedule:
    (1)  20-Access for
         Infants and Mothers
         Program.............     81,642,000 
                                  73,328,000 
    (2)  40-Healthy Families
         Program............. 1,032,841,000
    (3)  Amount payable from
         the Federal Trust
         Fund (Item 4280-101-
         0890)...............  -732,337,000
    Provisions:
    1.   Upon order of the Department of
         Finance, the State Controller
         shall transfer such funds as are
         necessary between this item and
         Item 4280-102-0001 in order to
         effectively administer the
         Healthy Families Program.


   SEC. 37.    Item 4280-111-0232 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
4280-111-0232--For transfer by the
Controller from the Hospital Services
Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund to the Perinatal Insurance
Fund, for the Access for Infants and
Mothers Program............................  (30,672,000)

                                              (34,879,000) 
      Provisions:
      1.     In order to effectively
             administer the Access for
             Infants and Mothers Program
             the Department of Finance may
             decrease or increase this item
             in order to conform the
             appropriation to revised
             subvention estimates.


   SEC. 38.    Item 4280-111-0233 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
4280-111-0233--For transfer by the
Controller from the Physician Services
Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund to the Perinatal Insurance
Fund, for the Access for Infants and
Mothers Program............................  (13,630,000)

                                              (14,474,000) 
      Provisions:
      1.     In order to effectively
             administer the Access for
             Infants and Mothers Program
             the Department of Finance may
             decrease or increase this item

       in order to conform the
             appropriation to revised
             subvention estimates.


   SEC. 39.    Item 4280-111-0236 is added to Section
2.00 of the Budget Act of 2007, to read: 
 4280-111-0236--For transfer by the 
 Controller from the Unallocated Account, 
 Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund 
 to the Perinatal Insurance Fund, for the 
 Access for Infants and Mothers Program..... (3,263,000) 
       Provisions: 
       1.     In order to effectively 
              administer the Access for 
              Infants and Mothers Program, 
              the Department of Finance may 
              decrease or increase this item 
              in order to conform the 
              appropriation to revised 
              subvention estimates. 


  SEC. 40.    Item 4280-112-0232 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
4280-112-0232--For transfer by the
Controller from the Hospital Services
Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund to the Major Risk Medical
Insurance Fund, for the Major Risk
Medical Insurance Program.................  (6,393,000)

                                             (1,072,000) 


   SEC. 41.    Item 4280-112-0233 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
4280-112-0233--For transfer by the
Controller from the Physician Services
Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund to the Major Risk Medical
Insurance Fund, for the Major Risk
Medical Insurance Program.................  (3,607,000)

                                               (614,000) 


   SEC. 42.    Item 4440-011-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
4440-011-0001--For support of the State
Hospitals, Department of Mental Health.. 1,039,502,000
    Schedule:
    (1)  20.10-Long-Term
         Care Services-
         -Lanterman-Petris-
         Short Act........... 133,903,000
    (2)  20.20-Long-Term
         Care Services-
         -Penal Code and
         Judicially
         Committed........... 869,469,000
    (3)  20.30-Long-Term
         Care Services-
         -Department of
         Corrections and
         Rehabilitation...... 110,649,000
    (4)  20.40-Long-Term
         Care Services-
         -Other State
         Hospital Services...   3,406,000
    (5)  Reimbursements...... -77,830,000
    (6)  Amount payable from
         the California
         State Lottery
         Education Fund
         (Section 8880.5 of
         the Government
         Code)...............     -95,000
    Provisions:
    1.   Upon order of the Department of
         Finance, and following 30-day
         notification to the Joint
         Legislative Budget Committee,
         the Controller shall transfer
         between this item and Item 4440-
         016-0001 those funds that are
         necessary for direct community
         services, as well as
         administrative and ancillary
         services related to the
         provision of direct services.
    2.   Upon approval of the State
         Department of Mental Health, a
         portion of the funds
         appropriated in Schedule (2)
         shall be available to reimburse
         counties for the cost of
         treatment and legal services to
         patients in the five State
         Department of Mental Health
         State Hospitals, pursuant to
         Section 4117 of the Welfare and
         Institutions Code. Expenditures
         made under this item shall be
         charged to either the fiscal
         year in which the claim is
         received or the fiscal year in
         which the Controller issues the
         warrant. Claims filed by local
         jurisdictions for legal
         services may be scheduled by
         the Controller for payment.
    3.   The reimbursements identified
         in Schedule (5) shall include
         amounts received by the State
         Department of Mental Health as
         a result of billing for
         Lanterman-Petris-Short (LPS)
         Act state     hospital bed day
         expenditures attributable to
         conservatees who are gravely
         disabled as defined in
         subparagraph (B) of paragraph
         (1) of subdivision (h) of
         Section 5008 of the Welfare and
         Institutions Code (Murphy
         Conservatee).
    4.   Of the total amount
         attributable in the 2007-08
         fiscal year to patient-
         generated collections for
         Lanterman-Petris-Short (LPS)
         Act patients, the Controller
         shall transfer $8,000,000 as
         revenue to the General Fund,
         and the remainder shall be used
         to offset county costs for LPS
         state hospital beds.
    5.   Notwithstanding any other
         provision of law, funds
         appropriated to accommodate
         projected hospital population
         levels in excess of those that
         actually materialize, if any,
         shall revert to the General
         Fund. However, the Department
         of Finance may approve an
         increase in expenditures that
         are not related to caseload for
         the state hospitals through the
         redirection of funding that is
         reasonably believed not to be
         needed for accommodating
         projected hospital population
         levels if the approval is made
         in writing and filed with the
         Chairperson of the Joint
         Legislative Budget Committee
         and the chairpersons of the
         committees of each house of the
         Legislature that consider
         appropriations not later than
         30 days prior to the effective
         date of the approval, or prior
         to whatever lesser time the
         Chairperson of the Joint
         Legislative Budget Committee,
         or his or her designee, may in
         each instance determine. All
         notifications shall include (a)
         the reason for the proposed
         redirection of caseload funding
         to expenditures that are not
         related to caseload, (b) the
         approved amount, and (c) the
         basis of the Director of
         Finance's determination that
         the funding is not needed for
         accommodating projected
         hospital population levels.
    6.   Notwithstanding Section 26.00,
         the Department of Finance may
         authorize the transfer of
         expenditure authority between
         Schedules (1), (2), (3), and
         (4) in order to accurately
         reflect caseload in these
         programs.
    7.   Notwithstanding any other
         provision of law, the
         Department of Finance may
         augment this item to provide
         salary increases for
         classifications related to the
         Coleman litigation in the event
         that more vacant positions are
         filled than were originally
         proposed in the 2007-08
          staffing plan, or salary 
          increases in excess of those 
          originally proposed for filled 
          and vacant positions are 
          ordered by a federal court, or 
          staffing plan, or  for contract  costs
for registry 
          costs for registry  funding, if 
necessary. This 
          necessary. Th  i  s i 
tem may not be  augmented
          augment  e  d e 
arlier than 30 days,  or a 
          or a  lesser amount of time as
       
         determined by the Chairperson
         of the Joint Legislative Budget
         Committee or his or her
         designee, after written
         notification of the necessity
         for augmentation to the
         chairperson of the committee in
         each house of the Legislature
         that considers appropriations
         and the Chairperson of the
         Joint Legislative Budget
         Committee.
    8.   Of the amount appropriated in
         this item, $4,280,000 is
         available only to provide
         appropriate treatment to
         individuals found incompetent
         to stand trial and who have not
         been committed to a state
         hospital. These funds may be
         encumbered no earlier than 30
         days, or a lesser amount of
         time as determined by the
         Chairperson of the Joint
         Legislative Budget Committee or
         his or her designee,     after
         the Department of Finance
         provides a written expenditure
         plan for these funds to the
         chairpersons of the fiscal
         committees in each house of the
         Legislature, and to the
         Chairperson of the Joint
         Legislative Budget Committee.
    9.   The State Department of Mental
         Health shall provide the fiscal
         and policy committees of the
         Legislature, including the
         Chairperson of the Joint
         Legislative Budget Committee,
         and the Department of Finance
         with a quarterly update on the
         progress of the hiring plan to
         ensure appropriate active
         treatment for patients, state
         licensure requirements, and in
         meeting the Consent Judgment
         with the federal United States
         Department of Justice regarding
         the federal Civil Rights of
         Institutionalized Persons Act
         (CRIPA). This quarterly update
         shall be provided within 10
         working days of the close of
         the quarter to ensure the
         exchange of     timely and
         relevant information.


   SEC. 43.    Item 4440-103-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
4440-103-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Mental Health, for Mental
Health Managed Care.......................  246,207,000

                                             234,207,000 
    Schedule:
    (1)   10.25-Community
          Services--Other
          Treatment...........   246,207,000 
                                 234,207,000 
    Provisions:
    1.    The allocation of funds
          appropriated in this item shall
          be determined based on a
          methodology developed by the
          State Department of Mental
          Health in consultation with a
          statewide organization
          representing counties. This
          methodology shall be based on a
          review of actual and projected
          expenditures for mental health
          services for Medi-Cal
          beneficiaries, by county.
    2.    Of the amount appropriated in
          this item, $8,000,000 shall be
          transferred to the Mental Health
          Managed Care Deposit Fund (Fund
          0865).
    3.    Upon order of the Department of
          Finance and agreement between
          the State Department of Mental
          Health and the State Department
          of Health Care Services, the
          Controller shall transfer
          between this item and Item 4260-
          101-0001 any General Fund amount
          determined necessary to fully
          reflect the transfer of
          responsibility for
          administration of mental health
          services pursuant to the
          implementation of mental health
          managed care.


   SEC. 44.    Item 4440-115-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read:
4440-115-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Mental Health, for the Early
and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and
Treatment Program.......................... 86,679,000
     Schedule:
     (1)   10.30-Community
           Services-EPSDT......  170,203,000
     (2)   Reimbursements......  -83,524,000
     Provisions:
     1.    Funding appropriated in this
           item is available solely to
           reimburse counties for costs
           from prior years that have been
           validated by the State
           Department of Mental Health. It
           is the intent of the Legislature
           that the total cost of
           $260,200,000 owed to counties
           will be reimbursed over a three-
           year period commencing with the
           Budget Act of 2007.
      2.    The amount appropriated in this 
            item is for costs and claims 
            incurred in the 2003-04, 2004- 
            05, and 2005-06 fiscal years. 
            These expenditures shall be
            reflected as expenditures in 
            those fiscal years. The 
            Department of Finance and the 
            Controller's office shall 
            recognize this fiscal alignment 
            accordingly for the purposes of 
            the state budget process and 
            legal basis of accounting. 


   SEC. 45.    Item 5180-101-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
5180-101-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services............  2,312,607,000

                                            2,210,356,000 
    Schedule:
    (1)  16.30-CalWORKs...... 5,103,215,00
                                         0
    (2)  16.65-Other          1,324,322,00
         Assistance Payments.            0
    (3)  Reimbursements......   -3,478,000
    (4)  Amount payable from
         the Emergency Food
         Assistance Program
         Fund (Item 5180-101-
         0122)...............     -473,000
    (5)  Amount payable from
         the Employment
         Training Fund (Item
         5180-101-0514)......   -35,000,000  

                                -45,000,000 
    (6)  Amount payable from
         the Federal Trust
         Fund (Item 5180-101-  -4,064,932,0  

         0890)...............           0  
-4,157,183,  0
                                         00 
    (7)  Amount payable from
         the Child Support
         Collections
         Recovery Fund (Item
         5180-101-8004)......  -11,047,000
    Provisions:
    1.   (a)    No funds appropriated in
                this item shall be
                encumbered unless every
                rule or regulation
                adopted and every all-
                county letter issued by
                the State Department of
                Social Services that
                adds to the costs of any
                program is approved by
                the Department of Finance
                as to the availability of
                funds before it becomes
                effective. In making the
                determination as to
                availability of funds to
                meet the expenditures of
                a rule, regulation, or
                all-county letter that
                would increase the costs
                of a program, the
                Department of Finance
                shall consider the amount
                of the proposed increase
                on an annualized basis,
                the effect the change
                would have on the
                expenditure limitations
                for the program set forth
                in this act, the extent
                to which the rule,
                regulation, or all-county
                letter constitutes a
                deviation from the
                premises under which the
                expenditure limitations
                were prepared, and any
                additional factors
                relating to the fiscal
                integrity of the program
                or the state's fiscal
                situation.
         (b)    Notwithstanding Sections
                28.00 and     28.50, the
                availability of funds
                contained in this item
                for rules, regulations,
                or all-county letters
                that add to program costs
                funded from the General
                Fund in excess of
                $500,000 on an annual
                basis, including those
                that are the result of a
                federal regulation but
                excluding those that are
                (1) specifically required
                as a result of the
                enactment of a federal or
                state law or (2) included
                in the appropriation made
                by this act, shall not be
                approved by the
                Department of Finance
                sooner than 30 days after
                notification in writing
                to the chairpersons of
                the committees in each
                house of the Legislature
                that consider
                appropriations and the
                Chairperson of the Joint
                Legislative Budget
                Committee, or such lesser
                time as the chairperson
                of the joint committee,
                or his or her designee,
                may in each instance
                determine.
    2.   Notwithstanding Chapter 1
         (commencing with Section 18000)
         of Part 6 of Division 9 of the
         Welfare and Institutions Code, a
         loan not to exceed $500,000,000
         shall be made available from the
         General Fund, from funds not
         otherwise appropriated, to cover
         the federal share of costs of a
         program(s) when the federal
         funds have not been received by
         this state prior to the usual
         time for transmitting that
         federal share to the counties of
         this state. This loan from the
         General Fund shall be repaid
         when the federal share of costs
         for the program or programs
         becomes available.
    3.   The Department of Finance may
         authorize the transfer of
         amounts from this item to Item
         5180-001-0001 in order to fund
         the costs of the administrative
         hearing process associated with
         changes in aid payments in the
         CalWORKs program.
    4.   (a)    The Department of Finance
                is authorized to approve
                expenditures in those
                amounts made necessary by
                changes in either
                caseload or payments, or
                any rule or regulation
                adopted and any all-
                county letter issued as a
                result of the enactment
                of a federal or state
                law, the adoption of a
                federal regulation, or
                the following of a court
                decision, during the 2007-
                08 fiscal year that are
                within or in excess of
                amounts appropriated in
                this act for that year.
         (b)    If the Department of
                Finance determines that
                the estimate of
                expenditures will exceed
                the expenditures
                authorized for this item,
                the department shall so
                report to the
                Legislature. At the time
                the report is made,
                the amount of the
                appropriation made in
                this item shall be
                increased by the amount
                of the excess unless and
                until otherwise provided
                by law.
    5.   Nonfederal funds appropriated in
         this item which have been
         budgeted to meet the state's
         Temporary Assistance for Needy
         Families maintenance-of-effort
         requirement established pursuant
         to the federal Personal
         Responsibility and Work
         Opportunity Reconciliation Act
         of 1996 (P.L. 104-193) may not
         be expended in any way that
         would cause their
         disqualification as a federally
         allowable maintenance-of-effort
         expenditure.
    6.   In the event of declared
         disaster and upon county
         request, the State Department of
         Social Services may act     in
         the place of any county and
         assume direct responsibility for
         the administration of
         eligibility and grant
         determination. Upon
         recommendation of the Director
         of Social Services, the
         Department of Finance may
         authorize the transfer of funds
         from Items 5180-101-0001 and
         5180-101-0890, to Items 5180-001-
         0001 and 5180-001-0890, for this
         purpose.
    7.   Pursuant to the Electronic
         Benefit Transfer (EBT) Act
         (Chapter 3 (commencing with
         Section 10065) of Part 1 of
         Division 9 of the Welfare and
         Institutions Code) and in
         accordance with the EBT System
         regulations (Manual of Policies
         and Procedures Section 16-
         401.15), in the event a county
         fails to reimburse the EBT
         contractor for settlement of EBT
         transactions made against the
         county's cash assistance
         programs, the state is required
         to pay the contractor. The State
         Department of Social Services
         may use funds from this item to
         reimburse the EBT contractor for
         settlement on behalf of the
         county. The county shall be
         required to reimburse the
         department for county's
         settlement via direct payment or
         administrative offset.
    8.   The Department of Finance is
         authorized to approve
         expenditures for the California
         Food Assistance Program in those
         amounts made necessary by
         changes in the Food Stamp
         Program Standard Utility
         Allowance, including those that
         result from midyear Standard
         Utility Allowance adjustments
         requested by the state. If the
         Department of Finance determines
         that the estimate of
         expenditures will exceed the
         expenditures authorized for this
         item, the department shall so
         report to the Legislature. At
         the time the report is made, the
         amount of the appropriation made
         by this item shall be increased
         by the amount of the excess
         unless and until otherwise
         provided by law.
    9.   Upon request of the Department
         of Finance, the Controller shall
         transfer funds between this item
         and Item 5180-153-0001 as needed
         to reflect the estimated
         expenditure amounts for each
         county that opts into the Title
         IV-E Child Welfare Waiver
         Demonstration Project pursuant
         to Section 18260 of the Welfare
         and Institutions Code. The
         Department of Finance shall
         report to the Legislature the
         amount to be transferred
         pursuant to this provision. The
         transfer shall be authorized at
         the time the report is made.
    10.  Up to $4,445,000 appropriated in
         Program 16.65-Other Assistance
         Payments to reimburse California
         Emergency Foodlink and local
         food banks     for disaster food
         assistance costs may be used for
         eligible disaster response costs
         incurred in either the 2006-07
         or 2007-08 fiscal year, subject
         to approval by the Department of
         Finance.
     11.  Of the amount appropriated in 
          this item, $1,217,116,000 is 
          available for CalWORKs 
          assistance payments. The 
          Department of Finance shall 
          approve unanticipated
          expenditures made necessary by 
          changes in caseload or grant 
          costs in excess of the amount 
          specified in this provision. The 
          Director of Finance shall 
          approve transfers from the 
          General Fund in augmentation of 
          this item, if it is necessary to 
          fund unanticipated changes in 
          caseload or grant costs that are 
          above the amount specified. If 
          such an augmentation is 
          necessary, the department shall 
          report to the Joint Legislative 
          Budget Committee within 30 days 
          of making the augmentation.


   SEC. 46.    Item 5180-101-0514 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
5180-101-0514--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services, for payment
to Item 5180-101-0001, payable from the
Employment Training Fund...................  35,000,000

                                              45,000,000 
      Provisions:
      1.     Pursuant to Section 1611.5 of
             the Unemployment Insurance
             Code, funds appropriated in
             this item are available for
             CalWORKs welfare-to-work
             activities.


   SEC. 47.    Item 5180-101-0890 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
5180-101-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services, for
payment to Item 5180-101-0001, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund...............  4,064,932,000

                                             4,157,183,000 
      Provisions:
      1.     Provisions 1, 4, 6, 7, and 9
             of Item 5180-101-0001 also
             apply to this item.
      2.     The Director of Finance may
             authorize the transfer of
             amounts from this item to
             Item 5180-001-0890 in order
             to fund the costs of the
             administrative hearing
             process associated with
             changes in aid payments in
             the CalWORKs program.
      3.     For the purpose of
             broadening access to federal
             Child and Adult Care Food
             Program benefits for low-
             income children in
             proprietary child care
             centers, the State Department
             of Social Services may
             transfer up to $10,000,000 of
             the funds appropriated in
             this item for Program 16.30-
             -CalWORKs, from the Temporary
             Assistance for Needy Families
             (TANF) block grant to the
             Social Services Block Grant
             (Title XX) pursuant to
             authorization in the federal
             Personal Responsibility and
             Work Opportunity

              Reconciliation Act of 1996
             (P.L. 104-193). The Title XX
             funds shall be pooled with
             TANF funds appropriated in
             this item for CalWORKs Child
             Care. This transfer shall
             occur only if the Director of
             Finance approves the pooling
             of Title XX funds with Child
             Care and Development Fund or
             TANF funds, or both.
      4.     Upon request of the State
             Department of Social
             Services, the Director     of
             Finance may increase or
             decrease the expenditure
             authority in this item to
             offset any increases or
             decreases in collections
             deposited in the Child
             Support Collections Recovery
             Fund and appropriated in Item
             5180-101-8004. The Department
             of Finance shall provide
             notification of the
             adjustment to the Joint
             Legislative Budget Committee
             within 10 working days from
             the date of Department of
             Finance approval of the
             adjustment.


   SEC. 48.    Item 5180-111-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
5180-111-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services............  5,344,302,000

                                            5,221,302,000 
    Schedule:
    (1)  16.70-SSI/SSP.......  3,773,094,00  

                               3,650,094,00 
                                         0
    (2)  25.15-IHSS.......... 4,594,594,00
                                         0
    (3)  25.20-Recipient
         Supplementary
         Payment.............   34,291,000
    (4)  Reimbursements...... -3,057,677,0
                                        00
    Provisions:
    1.   Provisions 1 and 4 of Item 5180-
         101-0001 also apply to this item.
    2.   Notwithstanding Chapter 1
         (commencing with Section 18000)
         of Part 6 of Division 9 of the
         Welfare and Institutions Code, a
         loan not to exceed $225,000,000
         shall be made available from the
         General Fund from funds not
         otherwise appropriated, to cover
         the federal share or
         reimbursable share, or both, of
         costs of a program or programs
         when the federal funds or
         reimbursements     (from the
         Health Care Deposit Fund or
         counties) have not been received
         by this state prior to the usual
         time for transmitting payments
         for the federal or reimbursable
         share of costs for this state.
         That loan from the General Fund
         shall be repaid when the federal
         share of costs for the program
         or programs becomes available,
         or in the case of
         reimbursements, subject to
         Section 16351 of the Government
         Code. County reimbursements also
         shall be subject to Section
         16314 of the Government Code,
         which specifies the rate of
         interest. The department may
         offset a county's share of cost
         of the In-Home Supportive
         Services (IHSS) program against
         local assistance payments made
         to the county if the county
         fails to reimburse its share of
         cost of the IHSS program to the
         state.
    3.   The State Department of Social
         Services shall provide technical
         assistance to counties to ensure
         that they maximize the receipt
         of federal funds for the In-Home
         Supportive Services (IHSS)
         program, without compromising
         the quality of the services
         provided to IHSS recipients.
    4.   The Director of Finance may
         authorize the transfer of
         amounts from this item to Item
         5180-001-0001 in order to fund
         increased costs due to workload
         associated with the retroactive
         reimbursement of Medi-Cal
         services for the In-Home
         Supportive Services program to
         comply with the Conlan v. Shewry
         court decision. The Department
         of Finance shall report to the
         Legislature the amount to be
         transferred pursuant to this
         provision and the number of
         positions to be established by
         the State Department of Social
         Services. The transfer shall be
         authorized at the time the
         report is made. The State
         Department of Social Services
         shall review     the workload
         associated with the Conlan v.
         Shewry decision during the 2007-
         08 fiscal year and may
         administratively establish
         positions as the workload
         requires.
    5.   The Director of Finance may
         authorize the transfer of
         amounts from this item to Item
         5180-001-0001 in order to fund
         the cost of the administrative
         hearing process associated with
         changes in aid or service
         payments in the In-Home
         Supportive Services program. The
         Department of Finance shall
         report to the Legislature the
         amount to be transferred
         pursuant to this provision. The
         transfer shall be authorized at
         the time the report is made.
    6.   The Director of Finance may
         authorize the transfer of
         amounts from this item to Item
         5180-001-0001 in order to fund
         additional planning and
         implementation workload
         associated with the Case
         Management Information and
         Payrolling System II (CMIPS II).
         The Department of Finance shall
         report to the Legislature the
         amount to be transferred
         pursuant to this provision and
         the number of positions to be
         established by the State
         Department of Social Services.
         The transfer shall be authorized
         at the time the report is made.
         The State Department of Social
         Services shall review workload
         associated with CMIPS II and may
         administratively establish
         positions to address this
         workload once contract
         negotiations are complete.


   SEC. 49.    Item 5180-141-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
5180-141-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services.............  441,428,000

                                             437,764,000 
    Schedule:
    (1)  16.75-County
         Administration and
         Automation Projects.  1,103,067,000 
                               1,085,916,000 
    (2)  Reimbursements......  - 57,871,000
    (3)  Amount payable from
         the Federal Trust
         Fund (Item 5180-141-                -

         0890)...............  -  
603,768,000 
                                -590,281,000 
    Provisions:
    1.   Notwithstanding Chapter 1
         (commencing with Section 18000)
         of Part 6 of Division 9 of the
         Welfare and Institutions Code, a
         loan not to exceed $127,000,000
         shall be made available from the
         General Fund, from funds not
         otherwise appropriated, to cover
         the federal share of costs of a
         program when the federal funds
         have not been received by this
         state prior to the usual time for
         transmitting that federal share
         to the counties of this state.
         This loan from the General Fund
         shall be repaid when the federal
         share of costs for the program or
         programs becomes available.
    2.   In the event of declared disaster
         and upon county request, the
         State Department of Social
         Services may act in the place of
         any county and assume direct
         responsibility for the
         administration of eligibility and
         grant determination. Upon
         recommendation of the Director of
         Social Services, the Department
         of Finance may authorize the
         transfer of funds from Items 5180-
         141-0001 and 5180-141-0890, to
         Items 5180-001-0001 and 5180-001-
         0890, for this purpose.
    3.   Provision 1 of Item 5180-101-0001
         also applies to this item.
    4.   Pursuant to public assistance
         caseload estimates reflected in
         the annual Governor's Budget, the
         Department of Finance may approve
         expenditures in those amounts
         made necessary by changes in
         caseload that are in excess of
         amounts appropriated in this act.
         If the Department of Finance
         determines that the estimate of
         expenditures will exceed the
         expenditures authorized for this
         item, the department shall so
         report to the Legislature. At the
         time the report is made, the
         amount of the appropriation made
         by this item shall be increased
         by the amount of the excess
         unless and until otherwise
         provided by law.
    5.   Nonfederal funds appropriated in
         this item which have been
         budgeted to meet the state's
         Temporary Assistance for Needy
         Families maintenance-of-effort
         requirement established pursuant
         to the federal Personal
         Responsibility and Work
         Opportunity Reconciliation Act of
         1996 (P.L. 104-193) may not be
         expended in any way that would
         cause their disqualification as a
         federally allowable maintenance-
         of-effort expenditure.
    6.   Section 11.00 shall apply to
         contracts entered into for the
         development and implementation of
         the Consortium IV, Interim
         Statewide Automated Welfare
         System, Los Angeles Eligibility,
         Automated Determination,
         Evaluation, and Reporting, and
         Welfare Client Data Systems
         consortia of the Statewide
         Automated Welfare System.
    7.   It is the intent of the
         Legislature that testing of the
         interface between the Statewide
         Automated Welfare System (SAWS)
         and the California Child Support
         Automation System be considered a
         high     priority by the SAWS
         consortia, county welfare
         departments, the State Department
         of Social Services, the Office of
         Systems Integration, the
         Department of Child Support
         Services, the Franchise Tax
         Board, and local child support
         agencies. These entities shall
         make every effort to complete the
         interface testing as soon as
         possible. Resources may be
         redirected for this purpose, if
         necessary.
    8.   Upon request of the Department of
         Finance, the Controller shall
         transfer funds between this item
         and Item 5180-153-0001 as needed
         to reflect the estimated
         expenditure amounts for each
         county that opts into the Title
         IV-E Child Welfare Waiver
         Demonstration Project pursuant to
         Section 18260 of the Welfare and
         Institutions Code. The Department
         of Finance shall report to the
         Legislature the amount to be
         transferred pursuant to this
         provision. The     transfer shall
         be authorized at the time the
         report is made.
     9.   Of the funds       appropriated 
          in   this item, $3,664,000 is for

          automation changes in the four 
          Statewide Automated Welfare 
          System consortia for the purpose 
          of implementing a semiannual 
          reporting system. These funds may 
          not be expended unless all of the 
          following conditions are met: (a) 
          the Legislature enacts a program 
          of semiannual reporting for the 
          CalWORKs, Food Stamp, and 
          California Food Assistance 
          programs , (b) related automation 
          project documents, as required by 
          the State Administrative Manual, 
          are approved by the Department of 
          Finance , and (c) the Department 
          of Finance notifies the 
          Legislature of such approval. 


   SEC. 50.    Item 5180-141-0890 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
5180-141-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services, for payment
to Item 5180-141-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund.........................  603,768,000

                                              590,281,000 
      Provisions:
      1.     Provisions 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, and
             8 of Item 5180-141-0001 also
             apply to this item.
       2.     Of the funds appropriated in 
              this item, $13,487,000 is for 
              automation changes in the four 
              Statewide Automated Welfare 
              System consortia for the 
              purpose of implementing a 
              semiannual reporting system. 
              These funds may not be 
              expended unless all of the 
              following conditions are met: 
              (a) the Legislature enacts a 
              program of  semiannual 
              reporting for the CalWORKs, 
              Food Stamp, and California 
              Food Assistance programs, (b) 
              related automation project 
              documents, as required by the 
              State Administrative Manual, 
              are approved by the Department 
              of Finance, and  (c) the 
              Department of Finance notifies 
              the Legislature of such 
              approval. 


   SEC. 51.    Item 5180-151-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
5180-151-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services..............  766,589,000

                                              756,589,000 
    Schedule:
    (1)  25.30-Children and
         Adult Services and
         Licensing............  2,087,314,000 
                                2,077,314,000 
    (2)  25.35-Special
         Programs.............    24,207,000
    (3)  Reimbursements.......  -115,875,000
    (4)  Amount payable from
         the Child Health and
         Safety Fund (Item
         5180-151-0279).......    -1,245,000
    (5)  Amount payable from
         the State Children's
         Trust Fund (Item
         5180-151-0803).......    -3,755,000
    (6)  Amount payable from
         the Federal Trust
         Fund (Item 5180-151-  -1,222,557,00
         0890)................             0
    (7)  Amount payable from
         the Child Welfare
         Services Program
         Improvement Fund
         (Item 5180-151-8023).    -1,500,000
    Provisions:
    1.   Provision 1 of Item 5180-101-0001
         also applies to this item.
    2.   Notwithstanding Chapter 1
         (commencing with Section 18000) of
         Part 6 of Division 9 of the
         Welfare and Institutions Code, a
         loan not to exceed $50,000,000
         shall be made available from the
         General Fund from funds not
         otherwise appropriated, to cover
         the federal share of costs of a
         program when the federal funds
         have not been received by this
         state prior to the usual time for
         transmitting that federal share to
         the counties of this state. That
         loan from the General Fund shall
         be repaid when the federal share
         of costs for the program becomes
         available.
    3.   The Department of Finance may
         authorize the establishment of
         positions and transfer of amounts
         from this item to Item 5180-001-
         0001, in order to allow the state
         to perform the facilities
         evaluation function of Community
         Care Licensing in the event the
         counties fail     to perform that
         function.
    4.   Nonfederal funds appropriated in
         this item which have been budgeted
         to meet the state's Temporary
         Assistance for Needy Families
         maintenance-of-effort requirement
         established pursuant to the
         federal Personal Responsibility
         and Work Opportunity
         Reconciliation Act of 1996 (P.L.
         104-193) may not be expended in
         any way that would cause their
         disqualification as a federally
         allowable maintenance-of-effort
         expenditure.
    5.   The Department of Finance may
         authorize the establishment of
         positions and transfer of amounts
         from this item to Item 5180-001-
         0001, in order to allow the state
         to perform the adoptions function
         in the event that a county
         notifies the State Department of
         Social Services that it intends to
         cease performing that function.
    6.   (a)     Of the amount appropriated
                 in this item, $189,957,000
                 shall be provided to
                 counties to fund
                 additional child welfare
                 services activities and
                 shall be allocated based
                 on child welfare services
                 caseload and county unit
                 costs. However, no county
                 shall receive less than
                 $100,000. These funds
                 shall be expressly
                 targeted for emergency
                 response, family
                 reunification, family
                 maintenance, and permanent
                 placement services and
                 shall be used to
                 supplement, and shall not
                 be used to supplant, child
                 welfare services funds. A
                 county is not required to
                 provide a match of the
                 funds received pursuant to
                 this provision if the
                 county appropriates the
                 required full match for
                 the county's child welfare
                 services program
                 exclusive of the funds
                 received pursuant to this
                 provision. These funds are
                 available only to counties
                 that have certified that
                 they are fully utilizing
                 the Child Welfare
                 Services/Case Management
                 System (CWS/CMS) or have
                 entered into an agreed-
                 upon plan with the State
                 Department of Social
                 Services outlining the
                 steps that will be taken
                 to achieve full
                 utilization. The
                 department shall
                 reallocate any funds that
                 counties choose not to
                 accept under this
                 provision, to other
                 counties based on the
                 allocation formula
                 specified in this
                 provision.
         (b)     The department, in
                 collaboration with the
                 County Welfare Directors
                 Association and
                 representatives from labor
                 groups representing social
                 workers, shall develop the
                 definition of full
                 utilization of the
                 CWS/CMS, the method for
                 measuring full
                 utilization, the process
                 for the state and counties
                 to work together to move
                 counties toward full
                 utilization, and
                 measurements of progress
                 toward full utilization.
    7.   The State Department of Social
         Services shall consult with the
         counties, children's advocates,
         and current and former foster
         youth in the development and
         implementation of permanency and
         youth services initiatives.
    8.   Upon request by the Department of
         Finance, the Controller shall
         transfer funds between this item
         and Item 5180-153-0001 as needed
         to reflect the estimated
         expenditure amounts for each
         county that opts into the Title IV-
         E Child Welfare Waiver
         Demonstration Project pursuant to
         Section 18260 of the Welfare and
         Institutions Code. The Department
         of Finance shall report to the
         Legislature the amount to be
         transferred pursuant to this
         provision. The transfer shall be
         authorized at the time the report
         is made.


   SEC. 52.    Item 5180-403 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
5180-403--The Director of Finance is
authorized to approve transfers not to
exceed $  139   55  ,507,000 from the
federal
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
(TANF) block grant to and in augmentation
of any program for which TANF funds have
been appropriated in this act or for
Stage 2 child care, only if the request:
(1) meets all of the conditions set forth
in Section 28.00, or (2) is consistent
with Provision 4 of Item 5180-101-0001.
Any transfers pursuant to this item shall
require the respective     legislative
notification procedures set forth in
Section 28.00 or Provision 4 of Item 5180-
101-0001, whichever is applicable.


   SEC. 53.    Item 5225-101-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
5225-101-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Corrections and
Rehabilitation..............................  317,064,000

                                               336,791,000 
    Schedule:
    (1)   15-Corrections
          Standards Authority...   222,250,000 
                                   241,977,000 
    (2)   20-Juvenile
          Operations............       78,000
    (3)   22-Juvenile Paroles...    1,403,000
    (4)   25.15.010-Adult
          Corrections and
          Rehabilitation
          Operations-
          -Transportation of
          Inmates...............      278,000
    (5)   25.15.020-Adult
          Corrections and
          Rehabilitation
          Operations--Return of
          Fugitives.............    5,066,000
    (6)   25.30-Adult
          Corrections and
          Rehabilitation
          Operations--County
          Charges...............   19,672,000
    (7)   30-Parole Operations-
          -Adult................   53,417,000
    (8)   60.01-County Juvenile
          Justice Planning
          Grants................    4,900,000
    (9)   60.02-County Juvenile
          Justice Competitive
          Grants................   10,000,000
    Provisions:
    1.    The amount appropriated in
          Schedules (4), (5), (6), and (7)
          is provided for the following
          purposes:
          (a)     To pay the transportation
                  costs of prisoners to and
                  between state prisons,
                  including the return of
                  parole violators to prison
                  and for the conveying of
                  persons under provisions
                  of Division 3 (commencing
                  with Section 3000) of the
                  Welfare and Institutions
                  Code and the Western
                  Interstate Corrections
                  Compact (Section 11190 of
                  the     Penal Code), in
                  accordance with Section
                  26749 of the Government
                  Code. Claims filed by
                  local jurisdictions shall
                  be filed within six months
                  after the end of the month
                  in which those
                  transportation costs are
                  incurred. Expenditures
                  shall be charged to either
                  the fiscal year in which
                  the claim is received by
                  the Controller or the
                  fiscal year in which the
                  warrant is issued by the
                  Controller. Claims filed
                  by local jurisdictions
                  directly with the
                  Controller may be paid by
                  the Controller.
          (b)     To pay the expenses of
                  returning fugitives from
                  justice from outside the
                  state, in accordance with
                  Sections 1389, 1549, and
                  1557 of the Penal Code.
                  Claims filed by local
                  jurisdictions shall be
                  filed within six months
                  after the end of the month
                  in which expenses are
                  incurred. Expenditures
                  shall be charged to either
                  the fiscal     year in
                  which the claim is
                  received by the Controller
                  or the fiscal year in
                  which the warrant is
                  issued by the Controller,
                  and any restitution
                  received by the state for
                  those expenses shall be
                  credited to the
                  appropriation of the year
                  in which the Controller's
                  receipt is issued. Claims
                  filed by local
                  jurisdictions directly
                  with the Controller may be
                  paid by the Controller.
          (c)     To pay county charges,
                  payable under Sections
                  4700.1, 4750 to 4755,
                  inclusive, and 6005 of the
                  Penal Code. Claims shall
                  be filed by local
                  jurisdictions within six
                  months after the end of
                  the month in which a
                  service is performed by
                  the coroner, a hearing is
                  held on the return of a
                  writ of habeas corpus, the
                  district attorney declines
                  to prosecute a case
                  referred by the Department
                  of Corrections and
                  Rehabilitation, a judgment

          is     rendered for a
                  court hearing or trial, an
                  appeal ruling is rendered
                  for the trial judgment, or
                  an activity is performed
                  as permitted by these
                  sections. Expenditures
                  shall be charged to either
                  the fiscal year in which
                  the claim is received by
                  the Controller or the
                  fiscal year in which the
                  warrant is issued by the
                  Controller. Claims filed
                  by local jurisdictions
                  directly with the
                  Controller may be paid by
                  the Controller.
          (d)     To reimburse counties for
                  the cost of detaining
                  state parolees pursuant to
                  Section 4016.5 of the
                  Penal Code. Claims shall
                  be filed by local
                  jurisdictions within six
                  months after the end of
                  the month in which the
                  costs are incurred. Claims
                  filed by local
                  jurisdictions may not
                  include booking fees, may
                  not recover detention
                  costs in excess of $77.17
                  per day, and shall be
                  limited to the
                  detention costs for those
                  days on which parolees are
                  held subject only to a
                  Department of Corrections
                  and Rehabilitation request
                  pursuant to subdivision
                  (b) of Section 4016.5 of
                  the Penal Code.
                  Expenditures shall be
                  charged to either the
                  fiscal year in which the
                  claim is received by the
                  Department of Corrections
                  and Rehabilitation or the
                  fiscal year in which the
                  warrant is issued.
    2.    Notwithstanding any other
          provision of law, upon 30-day
          prior notification to the
          Chairperson of the Joint
          Legislative Budget Committee,
          funds appropriated in Schedule (7)
          of this item may be transferred to
          Schedule (7) or (8), or both, of
          Item 5225-001-0001, upon order of
          the Director of Finance, to
          provide funds for the
          reimbursement of counties for the
          cost of holding parole violators
          in local jails or for the auditing
          or monitoring of local assistance
          costs.
    4.    The amounts appropriated in
          Schedules (2) and (3) are provided
          for the following purposes:
          (a)     To pay the transportation
                  costs of persons committed
                  to the Department of
                  Corrections and
                  Rehabilitation to or
                  between its facilities,
                  including the return of
                  parole violators, provided
                  that expenditures made
                  under this item shall be
                  charged to either the
                  fiscal year in which the
                  claim is received by the
                  Controller or the fiscal
                  year in which the warrant
                  is issued by the
                  Controller. However,
                  claims shall be filed by
                  local jurisdictions within
                  six months after the end
                  of the month in which the
                  costs are incurred.
          (b)     To reimburse counties,
                  pursuant to Section 1776
                  of the Welfare and
                  Institutions Code, for the
                  cost of the detention of
                  the Department of
                  Corrections and
                  Rehabilitation parolees
                  who are detained on
                  alleged parole violations,
                  provided that expenditures
                  made under this item shall
                  be charged to either the
                  fiscal year in which the
                  claim is received by the
                  Controller or the fiscal
                  year in which the warrant
                  is issued by the
                  Controller. However,
                  claims shall be filed by
                  local jurisdictions within
                  six months after the end
                  of the month in which the
                  costs are incurred.
    10.   The amount appropriated in
          Schedule (8) shall be for one-time
          grants to all 58 counties to plan
          for     changes in state law
          governing county custody and
          rehabilitative services for
          youthful offenders whose offenses
          are not listed in subdivision (b)
          of Section 707 of the Welfare and
          Institutions Code. The Corrections
          Standards Authority (CSA), in
          consultation with the Division of
          Juvenile Facilities, shall
          distribute the funds based on
          county population, as reported
          most recently by the Department of
          Finance. The 10 largest counties
          shall receive grants of $150,000
          each. The next 20 largest counties
          shall receive grants of $100,000
          each. The 28 smallest counties
          shall receive grants of $50,000
          each. The CSA shall award grants
          no later than 30 days following
          the chaptering of this act.
    11.   The amount appropriated in
          Schedule (9) shall be for one-time
          grants to counties for additional
          planning and development efforts
          related to changes in state law
          governing the custody and
          treatment of youthful offenders
          whose offenses are not listed in
          subdivision (b) of Section 707 of
          the Welfare and Institutions Code.
          The amounts shall be distributed
          by the Corrections Standards
          Authority, in consultation with
          the Division of Juvenile
          Facilities, on a competitive
          basis. Counties may apply for
          these funds, and the Corrections
          Standards Authority shall give
          preference to counties that
          request funds to develop (a)
          regional approaches to the care,
          custody, and supervision of
          youthful offenders, (b) programs
          for specialized youthful offender
          populations, including, but not
          limited to, offenders with
          histories of mental illness,
          substance abuse, violence, and
          recurrent and intractable
          behavioral problems, and (c) the
          use of evidence-based programs,
          risk/needs assessments, and a plan
          to implement a continuum of care
          for all youthful offenders. The
          Corrections Standards Authority
          shall award the grants not later
          than April 1, 2008. Up to 3
          percent of the total amount
          appropriated in Schedule (9) shall
          be available to the Corrections
          Standards Authority, Division of
          Juvenile Facilities, and
          Department of Corrections and
          Rehabilitation for administration
          of this provision.
     12.   Notwithstanding any other 
           provision of law, of the funds 
          appropriated in Schedule (1), 
           $29,727,000 shall be allocated to 
           fully fund the 2006-07 fiscal year 
           grant cycle for Mentally Ill 
           Offender Reduction Grant Program 
          for adults and juveniles. 
     13.   Notwithstanding any other 
           provision of law, of the funds 
           appropriated in Schedule (1), 
           $29,727,000 shall be allocated to 
           provide annual funding for 
           Mentally Ill Offender Crime 
           Reduction Grants as administered 
           by the Corrections Standards 
           Authority. These funds shall be 
           available for expenditure and 
           encumbrance until September 30, 
           2008. 


   SEC. 54.    Item 6110-009-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
6110-009-0001--For support of Department of
Education....................................    483,000

                                                1,483,000 
     Schedule:
     (1) 50-State Board of
         Education..................     1,
 536,000
     (2) Reimbursements.............   -53,000
     Provisions:
     1.  The amount appropriated in Schedule
         (1) shall be available for support
         of the State Board of Education and
         shall be directed to meet the policy
         priorities of its members.
         (a) Of the amount appropriated in
             this schedule, $138,000 is
             allocated for statutory
             oversight of charter schools
             approved by the State Board of
             Education. In addition, the
             State Department of Education is
             authorized to receive and expend
             statutory reimbursements of an
             amount estimated to be $138,000
             for purposes of overseeing State
             Board of     Education-approved
             charter schools.


   SEC. 55.    Item 6110-111-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
6110-111-0001--For local assistance,
 Department of Education (Proposition 98), 
 for transfer to Section A of the State 
 School Fund, Home to School 
 Transportation, pursuant to Article 10 
 (commencing with Section 41850) of Chapter 
 5 of Part 24 of the Education Code, and 
 Small School District Transportation, 
 pursuant to Article 4.5 (commencing with 
 Section 42290) of Chapter 7 of Part 24 of 
 the Education     Code..................... 
 Department of Education (from the Public 
                      228,011,000 
 Transportation Account, State 
 Transportation Fund), for transfer to 
 Section A of the State School Fund, Home 
 to School Transportation, pursuant to
 Article 10 (commencing with Section 41850) 
 of Chapter 5 of Part 24 of the Education 
 Code, and Small School District 
 Transportation, pursuant to Article 4.5 
 (commencing with Section 42290) of Chapter
 7 of Part 24 of the Education     Code..... 577,131,000

     Schedule:
     (1)   10.10.006-Pupil
           Transportation......   571,359,000 
                                  222,239,000 
     (2)   10.10.008-Small
           School District Bus
           Replacement.........    5,772,000
     Provisions:
     1.    Of     the funds appropriated in
           this item, $27,290,000 is for
           the purpose of providing a cost-
           of-living adjustment (COLA) at a
           rate of 4.53 percent.
     2.    An additional $52,583,000 in
           expenditures for this item has
           been deferred until the 2008-09
           fiscal year.


   SEC. 56.    Item 6110-111-0046 is added to Section
2.00 of the Budget Act of 2007, to read: 
 6110-111-0046--For local assistance, 
 Department of Education (from the Public 
 Transportation Account, State Transportation 
 Fund), for transfer to Section A of the State 
 School Fund, Home to School Transportation, 
 pursuant to Article 10 (commencing with 
 Section 41850) of Chapter 5 of Part 24 of the 
 Education Code, and Small School District 
 Transportation, pursuant to Article 4.5 
 (commencing with Section 42290) of Chapter 7 
 of Part 24 of the Education Code.............. 99,120,000 

      Schedule: 
      (1)   10.10.006-Pupil 
            Transportation.........   99,120,000 


  SEC. 57.    Item 6110-113-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
6110-113-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Education (Proposition 98), for
purposes of California's pupil testing
program.......................................  83,003,000

                                                 85,123,000 

     Schedule:
     (1)   20.70.030.005-
           Assessment Review and
           Reporting..............    2,313,000
     (2)   20.70.030.006-STAR
           Program................    60,004,000 
                                      62,124,000 
     (3)   20.70.030.007-English
           Language Development
           Assessment.............    9,741,000
     (4)   20.70.030.008-High
           School Exit
           Examination............   10,945,000
     (5)   20.70.030.015-
           California High School
           Proficiency
           Examination............    1,144,000
     (6)   Reimbursements.........   -1,144,000
     Provisions:
     1.    The funds appropriated in this item
           shall be for the pupil testing
           programs authorized by Chapter 3
           (commencing with Section 48400),
           Chapter 5 (commencing with Section
           60600), Chapter 6 (commencing with
           Section 60800), Chapter 7
           (commencing with Section 60810),
           and Chapter 9 (commencing with
           Section 60850) of Part 33 of the
           Education Code.
     2.    The funds appropriated in Schedule
           (2) are provided for approved
           contract and district apportionment
           costs for the development and
           administration of the California
           Standards Test, the national Norm-
           Referenced Test, the Standards-
           Based Test in Spanish, the
           California Alternate Performance
           Assessment, the Designated Primary
           Language Test, and the California
           Modified Assessment, as part of the
           STAR Program.
     3.    The funds appropriated in Schedule
           (3) shall be available for approved
           contract costs and apportionment
           costs for administration of the
           California English Language
           Development Test (CELDT) meeting
           the requirements of Chapter 7
           (commencing with Section 60810) of
           Part 33 of the Education Code.
           Incentive funding of $5 per pupil
           is provided for district
           apportionments for the CELDT. As a
           condition of receiving these funds,
           school districts must agree to
           provide information determined to
           be necessary to comply with the
           data collection and reporting
           requirements of the federal No
           Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (P.L.
           107-110) regarding English language
           learners by the State Department of
           Education  (SDE)  .
     4.    The funds appropriated in Schedule
           (4) include funds for approved
           contract costs and apportionment
           costs for the administration of the
           California High School Exit
           Examination (CAHSEE) pursuant to
           Chapter 9 (commencing with Section
           60850) of Part 33 of the Education
           Code. The State Board of Education
           shall establish the amount of
           funding to be apportioned to school
           districts for the CAHSEE. The
           amount of funding to be apportioned
           per test shall not be valid without
           the approval of the Department of
           Finance.
     5.    The funds appropriated in Schedule
           (4) shall be     used for seven
           annual administrations of the
            California High School Exit 
            CAHS  E  E  
xamination . Grade 12 students may
 take 
            take  up to five administrations of the

            the  exam, grade 11 students may  take
  up 
           t  ake up t  o two, and grade 10 
students   are 
            students are  required to take one.
     6.    It is the intent of the Legislature
            that the SDE develop a plan to 
            that the State Department of 
            Education (SDE) develop a plan to 
           streamline existing programs to
           eliminate duplicative tests and
           minimize the instructional time
           lost to test     administration.
           The SDE shall ensure that all
           statewide tests meet industry
           standards for validity and
           reliability.
     7.    Funds provided to local educational
           agencies from Schedules (2), (3),
           and (4) shall first be used to
           offset any state-mandated
           reimbursable costs within the
           meaning of Section 17556 of the
           Government Code, that otherwise may
           be claimed through the state
           mandates reimbursement process for
           the STAR Program, the C  ELDT,  a 
lifor  n  d   ia
            English Language Development Test, 
            and the California High School Exit 
            the CAHSE  E  xamination  .
Local educational
           agencies receiving funding from
           these schedules shall reduce their
           estimated and actual mandated
           reimbursement claims by the amount
           of funding provided to them from
           these schedules.


   SEC. 58.    Item 6110-188-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
6110-188-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Education (Proposition 98),
Program 10.10-School Apportionments
Deferred Maintenance, for transfer to the
State School Deferred Maintenance Fund.....  241,903,000

                                              161,903,000 
      Provisions:
      1.     The funds appropriated in this
             item shall be transferred to
             the State School Deferred
             Maintenance Fund and are
             available for funding
             applications received by the
             Department of General
             Services, Office of Public
             School Construction for the
             purpose of payments to school
             districts for deferred
             maintenance projects pursuant
             to Section 17584 of the
             Education Code.
       2.     An additional $115,479,000 in 
             expenditures for this item is 
              appropriated in Item 6110-485 
              from the Proposition 98 
              Reversion Account for the 
              purposes of this item. 


   SEC. 59.    Item 6110-227-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
6110-227-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Education (Proposition 98),
established pursuant to Article 4 (commencing
with Section 315) of Chapter 3 of Part 1 of
the Education Code, English language tutoring
to children with limited English proficiency.. 50,000,000
     Schedule:
     (1)   10-Instruction.........   50,000,000
      Provisions: 
      1.    Funds appropriated in this item are 
            contingent upon approval of 
            legislation during the 2007-08 
            Regular Session that clarifies the 
            use of these funds. 


   SEC. 60.    Item 6110-485 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
6110-485--Reappropriation (Proposition 98), Department
of Education. The sum of  15   $48 
0,674,000 is hereby
reappropriated from the Proposition 98 Reversion
Account, for the following purposes:
       0001--General Fund
       (1)        $100,000,000 to the School Facilities
                  Program for the purpose of funding the
                  School Facilities Emergency Repair
                  Account as required by Chapter 899 of
                  the Statutes of 2004.
       (2)        $8,8l0,000 to the State Department of
                  Education for the purpose of the
                  Teacher Credentialing Block Grant
                  pursuant to Article 4 (commencing with
                  Section 41520) of Chapter 3.2 of Part
                  24 of the Education Code to fund
                  estimated participation in the 2006-07
                  budget year.
       (8)        $4,100,000 to the State Department of
                  Education for the purpose of funding
                  community day school program
                  deficiencies from the 2006-07 fiscal
                  year.
       (9)        $1,900,000 to the State Department of
                  Education on a one-time basis for
                  maintenance of the K-12 High Speed
                  Network. The program shall provide a
                  status report to the Department of
                  Finance, Legislative Analyst's Office,
                  and budget committees of each house of
                  the Legislature by March 1, 2008, on
                  the use of these funds and whether any
                  unplanned program savings are
                  anticipated (due to vendor allowances,
                  base program savings, or other
                  specified matters).
       (11)       $385,000 to the Superintendent of
                  Public Instruction, on a one-time
                  basis, for allocation to the Fiscal
                  Crisis and Management Assistance Team
                  (FCMAT) to conduct comprehensive
                  assessments pursuant to Section
                  41327.1 of the Education Code. Of the
                  amount     appropriated in this
                  paragraph, FCMAT shall use $150,000
                  for an assessment of the Oakland
                  Unified School District, $125,000 for
                  an assessment of the Vallejo City
                  Unified School District and $110,000
                  for an assessment of the West Fresno
                  Elementary School District. The FCMAT
                  shall provide a copy of the written
                  report to the appropriate fiscal and
                  policy committees of the Legislature,
                  the Members of the Legislature
                  representing those school districts,
                  any advisory councils of those school
                  districts, the Superintendent of
                  Public Instruction, the county
                  superintendent of schools with
                  jurisdiction over those school
                  districts, the Department of Finance,
                  and the Office of the Secretary for
                  Education.
       (12)       $  3   11  5,479,000
  to the State
Department of
                  Education, on a one-time basis, to
                  backfill the Deferred Maintenance
                  Program.
        (13)       Notwithstanding subdivision (b) of 
                   Section 17592.71 of the Education 
                   Code, $250,000,000 shall be 
                   transferred by the Controller from the 
                   School Facilities Emergency Repair 
                   Account to the Proposition 98 
                   Reversion Account no later than 30 
                   days after the enactment of the Budget 
                   Act. By March 31, 2008, the Director 
                   of Finance shall determine whether 
                   there are sufficient funds in the 
                   School Facility Emergency Repair 
                   Account to cover approved grants for 
                   the Schools Emergency Repairs Grant 
                  Program pursuant to Article 1.5 
                   (commencing with Section 17592.70) of 
                   Chapter 5 of Part 10 of the Education 
                   Code. If the Director of Finance 
                   determines that the amount available 
                   in the School Facilities Emergency 
                   Repair Account is insufficient to 
                   cover approved grants, the amount 
                   necessary to fund grants approved by 
                   the State Allocation Board shall be 
                   transferred back from the Proposition 
                   98 Reversion Account to the School 
                   Facilities Emergency Repair Account. 
        (14)       $250,000,000 to the State Department 
                   of Education for the home-to-school 
                   transportation program, pursuant to 
                   Article 10 (commencing with Section 
                   41850) of Chapter 5 of Part 24 of the 
                   Education Code, and Small School 
                   District Transportation, pursuant to 
                   Article 4.5 (commencing with Section 
                   42290) of Chapter 7 of Part 24 of the 
                   Education Code. 


   SEC. 61.    Item 6110-495 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
6110-495--Reversion, Department of Education,
Proposition 98. The following amounts shall be reverted
to the Proposition 98 Reversion Account by the
Controller within 60 days of enactment of this act:
       0001--General Fund
       (1)        $10,000,000 of the balance in the
                  Child Care Facilities Revolving Fund
                  established pursuant to Section 8278.3
                  of the Education Code.
       (2)        $10,202,000 or whatever the greater or
                  lesser amount reflects the unexpended
                  funds from Schedules (1) and (2) of
                  Item 6110-113-0001 of the Budget Act
                  of 2005 (Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005).
       (3)        $298,000 or whatever the greater or
                  lesser amount reflects the
                  unencumbered balance of the amount
                  appropriated for Specialized Secondary
                  Programs in Item 6110-122-0001 of the
                  Budget Act of 2005 (Chs. 38 and 39,
                  Stats. 2005).
       (4)        $14,200,000 or whatever the greater or
                  lesser amount reflects the unexpended

                            funds from Schedules (1) and (2) of
                  Item 6110-123-0001 of the Budget Act
                  of 2005 (Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005).
       (6)        $1,394,000 or whatever the greater or
                  lesser amount reflects the unexpended
                  funds from Schedules (2) and (4) of
                  Item 6110-113-0001 of the Budget Act
                  of 2004 (Ch. 208, Stats. 2004).
       (7)        $1,550,000 or whatever the greater or
                  lesser amount reflects the unexpended
                  funds from Schedules (1) and (2) of
                  Item 6110-116-0001 of the Budget Act
                  of 2004 (Ch. 208, Stats. 2004).
       (9)        $1,515,000 or whatever the greater or
                  lesser amount reflects the unexpended
                  funds from Item 6110-166-0001 of the
                  Budget Act of 2004 (Ch. 208, Stats.
                  2004).
       (10)       $305,000 or whatever the greater or
                  lesser amount reflects the unexpended
                  funds from Item 6110-195-0001 of the
                  Budget Act of 2004 (Ch. 208, Stats.
                  2004).
       (11)       $111,000 or whatever the greater or
                  lesser amount reflects the unexpended
                  funds from Schedule (7) of Item 6110-
                  485 of the Budget Act of 2004 (Ch.
                  208, Stats. 2004).
       (12)       $10,000,000 or whatever lesser or
                  greater amount reflects the unexpended
                  funds from Schedule (3) of Item 6110-
                  491 of the Budget Act of 2006 (Chs. 47
                  and 48, Stats. 2006).
       (13)       $1,500,000 or whatever the greater or
                  lesser amount reflects the unexpended
                  funds from Schedule (1) of Item 6110-
                  113-0001 of the Budget Act of 2006
                  (Chs. 47 and 48, Stats. 2006).
       (14)       $266,000 or whatever lesser or greater
                  amount reflects the unexpended funds
                  from Schedule (3) of Item 6110-491 of
                  the Budget Act of 2006 (Chs. 47 and
                  48, Stats. 2006).
       (15)       $200,000 or whatever lesser or greater
                  amount reflects the unexpended funds
                  from Schedule (3) of Item 6110-491 of
                  the Budget Act of 2006 (Chs. 47 and
                  48, Stats. 2006).
       (16)       $2,300,000 or whatever greater or
                  lesser amount reflects the unexpended
                  funds from Schedule (1) of Item 6110-
                  203-0001 of the Budget Act of 2005
                  (Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005).
       (17)       $1,325,000 or whatever greater or
                  lesser amount reflects the unexpended
                  funds from Item 6110-224-0001 of the
                  Budget Act of 2005 (Chs. 38 and 39,
                  Stats. 2005).
       (18)       $953,000 from Schedule (1) of Item
                  6110-228-0001 of the Budget Act of
                  2005 (Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005).
       (19)       $200,000 or whatever greater or lesser
                  amount reflects the unexpended funds
                  from Schedule (1) of Item 6110-161-
                  0001 of the Budget Act of 2005 (Chs.
                  38 and 39, Stats. 2005).
       (20)       $84,000 or whatever greater or lesser
                  amount reflects the unexpended funds
                  from Item 6110-245-0001 of the Budget
                  Act of 2005 (Chs. 38 and 39, Stats.
                  2005).
       (21)       $10,583,000 or whatever greater or
                  lesser amount reflects the unexpended
                  funds from subparagraph (D) of
                  paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of
                  Chapter 900 of the Statutes of 2004.
       (22)       $5,094,000 or whatever greater or
                  lesser amount reflects the unexpended
                  funds from Item 6110-234-0001 of the
                  Budget Act of 2004 (Ch. 208, Stats.
                  2004).
       (23)       $1,000,000 or whatever greater or
                  lesser amount reflects the unexpended
                  funds from Schedule (3) of Item 6110-
                  198-0001 of the Budget Act of 2004
                  (Ch. 208, Stats. 2004).
       (24)       $1,000,000 or whatever greater or
                  lesser amount reflects the unexpended
                  funds from Schedule (1) of Item 6110-
                  203-0001 of the Budget Act of 2004
                  (Ch. 208, Stats. 2004).
       (25)       $693,000 or whatever greater or lesser
                  amount reflects the unexpended funds
                  from Item 6110-649-0001 from the 2004-
                  05 fiscal year appropriation pursuant
                  to Section 8483.5 of the Education
                  Code, as enacted by Proposition 49 in
                  2002.
       (26)       $657,000 or whatever greater or lesser
                  amount reflects the unexpended funds
                  from Schedule (1) of Item 6110-193-
                  0001 of the Budget Act of 2004
                  (Ch. 208, Stats. 2004).
       (27)       $418,000 or whatever greater or lesser
                  amount reflects the unexpended funds
                  from Item 6110-111-0001 of the Budget
                  Act of 2004 (Ch. 208, Stats. 2004).
       (28)       $71,000 or whatever greater or lesser
                  amount reflects the unexpended funds
                  from Item 6110-161-0001 of the Budget
                  Act of 2004 (Ch. 208, Stats. 2004).
       (29)       $10,675,000 or whatever greater or
                  lesser amount reflects the unexpended
                  funds from paragraph (3) of
                  subdivision (a) of Chapter 227 of the
                  Statutes of     2003.
       (30)       $5,362,000 or whatever greater or
                  lesser amount reflects the unexpended
                  funds from paragraph (5) of
                  subdivision (a) of Section 44 of
                  Chapter 227 of the Statutes of 2003.
       (31)       $55,000 or whatever greater or lesser
                  amount reflects the unexpended funds
                  from Schedule (4) of Item 6110-226-
                  0001 of the Budget Act of 2002 (Ch.
                  379, Stats. 2002).
        (32)       $25,000,000 or whatever greater or 
                   lesser amount reflects the unexpended 
                   funds from Item 6110-137-0001 of the 
                   Budget Act of 2006 (Chs. 47 and 48, 
                   Stats. 2006). 
        (33)       $1,005,000 or whatever greater or 
                   lesser amount reflects the unexpended 
                   funds from Schedule (4) of Item 6110- 
                   485 of the Budget Act of 2006 (Chs. 47 
                   and 48, Stats. 2006). 
        (34)       $11,691,000 or whatever greater or 
                   lesser amount reflects the unexpended 
                   funds from subparagraph (E) of 
                   paragraph (2) of subdivision (a) of 
                   Section 31 of Chapter 73 of the 
                   Statutes of 2005. 
        (35)       $664,000 or whatever greater or lesser 
                   amount reflects the unexpended funds 
                   from subparagraph (J) of paragraph (2) 
                   of subdivision (a) of Section 31 of 
                   Chapter 73 of the Statutes of 2005. 


   SEC. 62.    Item 7100-001-0514 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
7100-001-0514--For support of Employment
Development Department, for payment to
Item 7100-001-0870, payable from the
Employment Training Fund...................  61,600,000

                                              51,600,000 
      Provisions:
      1.     Upon order of the Director of
             Finance, funds disencumbered
             from Employment Training Fund
             training contracts during the
             2007-08 fiscal year that have
             not reverted as of July 1,
             2007, may be appropriated in
             augmentation of this item.
      2.     Notwithstanding subparagraph
             (B) of paragraph (2) of
             subdivision (a) of Section
             10206 of the Unemployment
             Insurance Code, the Employment
             Training Panel's
             administrative costs may
             exceed 15 percent of the
             amount appropriated in this
             item.


   SEC. 63.    Item 7100-001-0870 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
7100-001-0870--For support of Employment
Development Department, payable from the
Unemployment Administration Fund-Federal.. 523,595,000
    Schedule:
    (1)   10-Employment and
          Employment Related
          Services............  180,125,000
    (2)   21-Tax Collections
          and Benefit
          Payments............  626,785,000
    (3)   22-California
          Unemployment
          Insurance Appeals
          Board...............   74,196,000
    (4)   30.01-General
          Administration......   56,859,000
    (5)   30.02-Distributed
          General
          Administration......  -51,194,000
    (6)   50-Employment
          Training Panel......    56,345,000 
                                  46,345,000 
    (7)   Reimbursements......  -22,916,000
    (8)   Amount payable from
          the General Fund
          (Item 7100-001-
          0001)...............  -25,176,000
    (9)   Amount payable from
          the Employment
          Development
          Department Benefit
          Audit Fund (Item
          7100-001-0184)......  -14,621,000
    (10)  Amount payable from
          the Employment
          Development
          Contingent Fund
          (Item 7100-001-
          0185)...............  -79,495,000
    (11)  Amount payable from
          the Employment
          Training Fund (Item
          7100-001-0514)......   -61,600,000  

                                 -51,600,000 
    (12)  Amount payable from
          the Unemployment
          Compensation
          Disability Fund
          (Item 7100-001-
          0588)............... -214,768,000
    (13)  Amount payable from
          the School
          Employees Fund
          (Item 7100-001-
          0908)...............     -945,000
    Provisions:
    1.    Funds appropriated in this item
          are in lieu of the amounts that
          otherwise would have been
          appropriated pursuant to Section
          1555 of the Unemployment
          Insurance Code.
    2.    Provision 1 of Item 7100-001-
          0588 also applies to funds
          appropriated in this item for
          the Unemployment Insurance
          Program.
    3.    No later than September 13,
          2007, the Secretary of Labor and
          Workforce Development shall
          report to the Director of
          Finance and the Joint
          Legislative Budget Committee on
          the progress of the Underground
          Economy Enforcement Program and
          shall provide justification
          for its continuance.


   SEC. 64.    Item 8860-001-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
8860-001-0001--For support of Department of
Finance......................................  34,530,000

                                                36,563,000 
    Schedule:
    (1)    10-Annual Financial
           Plan..................    24,668,000 
                                     23,699,000 
    (2)    15-Statewide Systems
           Development...........     2,315,000 
                                      6,615,000 
    (3)    20-Program and
           Information System
           Assessments...........   12,401,000
    (4)    30-Supportive Data....    13,067,000 
 
                                     16,069,000 
    (5)    40.01-Administration..    6,411,000
    (6)    40.02-Distributed
           Administration........   -6,411,000
    (7)    Reimbursements........  -14,540,000
    (8)    Amount payable from
           the General Fund
           (Item 8860-002-0001)..    -2,315,000 
 
                                     -6,615,000 
    (9)    Amount payable from
           Unallocated Special
           Funds (Item 8860-011-
           0494).................     -587,000
    (10)   Amount payable from
           Unallocated Bond
           Funds--Select (Item
           8860-011-0797)........     -127,000
    (11)   Amount payable from
           Other Unallocated
           Nongovernmental Cost
           Funds (Item 8860-011-
           0988).................     -352,000
    Provisions:
    1.     The funds appropriated in this
           item for CALSTARS shall be
           transferred by the Controller,
           upon order of the Director of
           Finance, or made available by the
           Department of Finance as a
           reimbursement, to other items and
           departments for CALSTARS-related
           activities by the Department of
           Finance.
    2.     The funds appropriated in this act
           for purposes of CALSTARS-related
           data-processing costs may be
           transferred between any items in
           this act by the Controller upon
           order of the Director of Finance.
           Any funds so transferred shall be
           used only for support of CALSTARS-
           related data-processing costs
           incurred.
    3.     Notwithstanding any other
           provision of law, the Director of
           Finance may authorize a loan from
           the General Fund to the Department
           of Finance for the purpose of
           meeting operational cashflow
           obligations for the 2007-08 fiscal
           year. The loan shall not exceed
           the estimated amount of
           uncollected reimbursements for the
           final quarter of the fiscal year.
    4.     From the funds appropriated in
           Schedule (3) for the purpose of
           evaluating and continuing
           development and enhancement of the
           Governor's Budget     Presentation
           System (GBPS), the following
           provisions apply:
           (a)     From time to time, but no
                   later than December 1,
                   2007, the Department of
                   Finance shall update the
                   Legislature on anticipated
                   changes to the GBPS. In
                   addition, the Department
                   of Finance shall (1) no
                   later than the approximate
                   same time the Governor's
                   Budget is formally
                   presented in electronic or
                   any other Web-based form,
                   provide printed and bound
                   hard copies of the
                   Governor's Budget and
                   Governor's Budget Summary
                   as follows: to the
                   Legislative Analyst's
                   Office--45 copies, the
                   Office of the Legislative
                   Counsel--six copies,
                   offices of the Members of
                   the Legislature--120
                   copies, the Rules
                   Committees of the Assembly
                   and Senate--5 copies each,
                   and the fiscal committees
                   of the Legislature--60
                   copies, and (2) no later
                   than four weeks after the
                   Governor's     Budget is
                   formally presented in
                   electronic or any other
                   Web-based form, 131
                   printed and bound hard
                   copies of the Governor's
                   Budget and Governor's
                   Budget Summary shall be
                   provided as follows: two
                   copies to the State
                   Library, to ensure that
                   the State Librarian
                   maintains at least one
                   public copy and one for
                   the permanent research
                   collections, and 129
                   copies: one copy to each
                   depository public library
                   in the state. Additional
                   copies, either bound or
                   unbound, shall be
                   available for purchase by
                   the public based on the
                   cost of producing the
                   documents requested.
                   Whenever the Department of
                   Finance submits to the
                   Legislature changes to the
                   Governor's Budget or to
                   the Budget Bill, these
                   requests shall be provided
                   in hard copy form to the
                   Legislature including the
                   appropriate staff of the
                   fiscal committees and the
                   Legislative Analyst's
                   Office. Whenever the
                   Department of Finance
                   releases a document
                   summarizing changes
                   proposed for the
                   Governor's Budget or to
                   the Budget Bill, the
                   Department of Finance
                   shall provide the
                   summaries in hard copy
                   form to the Legislature
                   including the appropriate
                   staff of the fiscal
                   committees and the
                   Legislative Analyst's
                   Office.
           (b)     Notwithstanding any other
                   provision of law, the
                   Department of Finance may
                   amend its existing
                   contract with the Web-
                   development firm to
                   augment and continue
                   consulting services until
                   June 30, 2008, for the
                   purpose of providing
                   continuity of services.
    5.     Of the amount appropriated in
           Schedule (1), $654,000 is
           available to support the Public
           Employee Post-Employment Benefits
           Commission established pursuant to
           Executive Order S-25-06. Any
           unencumbered balance will revert
           to the General Fund.


   SEC. 65.    Item 8860-002-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
8860-002-0001--For support of Department of
Finance, for payment to Item 8860-001-0001....  2,315,000

                                                 6,615,000 
      Provisions: 
      1.  The Department of Finance shall 
          submit to the Legislature, no later 
          than April 1, 2008, an approved 
          Special Project Report for the 
          Financial Information System for 
          California (Project #8860-30). The 
          Special Project Report shall 
          incorporate project alternatives that 
          include, at a minimum: (a) continuing 
          with the project as proposed in the 
          Special Project Report approved
          December 15, 2006, (b) continuing 
          with the design, development, and 
          implementation of the Budget 
          Information System as described in 
          the Feasibility Study Report dated 
          July 14, 2005, (c) developing and 
          implementing a proof of concept 
          including the control agencies' 
          statewide functions and a select few 
          departments, and (d) no action. 
      2.  The Special Project Report shall also 
          include: (a) a plan of funding that 
          evaluates alternative financing 
          options and the use of special funds 
          and federal funds, (b) a report on 
          the status of funding discussions 
          with the federal government, (c) the 
          formalization of roles and 
          responsibilities, through the 
          execution of memoranda of 
          understanding, among the following 
          project partners: the Director of 
          Finance, the Controller, the 
          Treasurer, and the Director of 
          General Services, (d) a revised 
          project management plan addressing 
          project leadership succession 
          planning and vendor accountability 
          through the management of contracts, 
          and (e) a project oversight plan that 
          includes regular and independent 
          reviews by the Office of Technology 
          Review, Oversight, and Security and 
          the Bureau of State Audits. 
      3.  The Department of Finance shall 
          transfer the contract administration 
          authority for the Financial 
          Information System for California 
          (FI$Cal) project's contract related 
          to Independent Project Oversight 
          (contract) services to the Bureau of 
          State Audits. The bureau shall 
          monitor the contract, including 
          assessing whether the concerns of the 
          contractor are being addressed, and 
          shall periodically report on the 
         contract pursuant to Chapter 6.5 
          (commencing with Section 8543) of 
          Division 1 of Title 2 of the 
          Government Code. The department shall 
          amend the contract to reflect the 
          requirements of this provision and 
          shall consult with the bureau in 
          making that amendment, and the bureau 
          shall approve the contents of the 
          amendment prior to its execution. The 
          contract shall be amended prior to 
          any vendor payment from any amounts 
          appropriated in this item to fund the 
          contract. For purposes of this 
          provision, ""transfer the contract 
          administration authority'' means that 
          the bureau's authority under the 
          contract shall include, but not 
          necessarily be limited to, the 
          following: 
          (a) Receiving and approving for 
              payment by the department, all 
              invoices for payment under the 
              contract. 
          (b) Directly receiving from the 
              contractor any reports or other 
              products produced under the 
              contract, without any 
              modification to those reports or 
              products by the department. 
          (c) Receiving notice of any and all 
              meetings held under the contract 
              so that the bureau may attend 
              those meetings. 
          (d) Receiving communications made 
              under the contract. 
          Nothing in this provision shall 
          supersede or compromise the Office of 
          Technology Review, Oversight, and 
          Security's project oversight 
          authority and responsibilities with 
          respect to the FI$Cal project. 
      4.  A communication plan between 
          oversight entities and contractors 
          shall be developed and presented to 
          the Legislature concurrent with the 
          Special Project Report. 


   SEC. 66.    Item 9350-104-6065 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
9350-104-6065--Local assistance-shared
revenues for support of Local Streets and
Road Improvement, Congestion Relief and
Traffic Safety Account of 2006, Highway
Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality,
and Port Security Fund of 2006............. 600,000,000
      Provisions:
      1.     These funds shall be available
             for allocation by the
              California Transportation 
             Co  mmissio  n  troller  until
June 30, 2010.


   SEC. 67.    Section 4.05 of the Budget Act of 2007 is
amended to read: 
   SEC. 4.05.  (a) The Director of Finance, in consultation with
agency secretaries and other cabinet members, shall reduce General
Fund appropriations in the 2007-08 fiscal year by a total of 
$60,297,000   $100,297,000  on a one-time basis.
Each agency secretary shall recommend to the Director of Finance
amounts to be reduced from the appropriations to departments within
the agency. The Director of Finance may provide the agency
secretaries with target reduction amounts, in which case the agency
secretaries shall provide the Director of Finance with a list of
recommended reductions that is no less than the target amount for
that agency. For departments not reporting to an agency secretary,
the Director of Finance shall determine the amount of the reductions.

   (b) The Director of Finance shall not reduce, pursuant to
subdivision (a), the amounts appropriated for the following: higher
education; the judicial branch; the Legislature; the Legislative
Counsel Bureau; constitutional officers; debt service, including, but
not limited to, tobacco settlement revenue shortfall, payment of
interest on General Fund loans, and interest payments to the federal
government; health and dental benefits for annuitants; equity claims
before the California Victim Compensation and Government Claims
Board; or augmentations for contingencies or emergencies, unless the
savings identified would not negatively impact program needs as
provided for in this act or current law, and provided that the
affected entity or the state official responsible for that
expenditure concurs with the reduction.
   (c) General Fund savings from appropriations other than those in
the 2007-08 fiscal year may be credited towards the overall savings
in subdivision (a). Savings from funds other than the General Fund
that would otherwise revert to the General Fund in the 2007-08 fiscal
year may also be credited towards the total savings specified in
subdivision (a).
   (d) Nothing within this section shall be construed to confer any
authority upon the Director of Finance to modify or eliminate any
other provision of existing law.
                                               (e) Not later than
February 15, 2008, the Director of Finance shall report to the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee and the
chairpersons of the committees of each house of the Legislature that
consider appropriations the amount of reductions made in each item of
appropriation pursuant to this section. The report shall include the
following: each specific reduction by department, agency, and
program; whether the reduction is one time or ongoing; a description
of programmatic effects; the number and description of positions
affected; and any other description necessary to fully disclose the
reduction's impact.
   (f) A state operations appropriation, and a program, project, or
function designated in any line of any schedule set forth by that
appropriation, may not be reduced pursuant to subdivision (a) by more
than 20 percent. A local assistance appropriation, and a program,
project, or function designated in any line of any schedule set forth
by that appropriation, may not be reduced pursuant to subdivision
(a) by more than 5 percent.
   SEC. 68.    Section 9.00 is added to the Budget Act
of 2007 to read:  
   SEC. 9.00.  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the
Director of Finance may reduce the appropriation in Schedule (14) of
Item 6110-485 in order to ensure adequate funds in the Proposition 98
Reversion Account in the event the transfer from the Proposition 98
Reversion Account to the School Facilities Emergency Repair Account
described in Schedule (13) of Item 6110-485 is required.
   If the Director of Finance reduces the amount in Schedule (14) of
Item 6110-485 to ensure adequate funding in the School Facilities
Emergency Repair Account, the director shall adjust Item
6110-111-0046 upward by an equal amount to ensure that funding for
the Home-to-School transportation program is consistent with the
total amount appropriated for the program by this act. 
   SEC. 69.    Section 11.15 is added to the Budget Act
of 2007 to read:  
   SEC. 11.15.  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, whenever
a reference is made to the Department of Finance or the Office of the
State Chief Information Officer related to review, approval, or
legislative notification for information technology projects, the
following shall apply:
   (a) From the period July 1, 2007, to December 31, 2007, inclusive,
references to either of the above organizations related to
information technology projects shall require approval or
notification or both by the Department of Finance.
   (b) From the period January 1, 2008, to June 30, 2008, inclusive,
references to either of the above organizations related to
information technology projects shall require approval or
notification or both by the Office of the State Chief Information
Officer.
   This section does not apply to Sections 11.00 and 11.10. 
   SEC. 70.    Section 12.32 of the Budget Act of 2007
is amended to read: 
   SEC. 12.32.  (a) It is the intent of the Legislature that
appropriations that are subject to Section 8 of Article XVI of the
California Constitution be designated with the wording "Proposition
98." In the event these appropriations are not so designated, they
may be designated as such by the Department of Finance, where that
designation is consistent with legislative intent, within 30 days
after notification in writing of the proposed designation to the
chairperson of the committee in each house of the Legislature that
considers appropriations and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee, or within a lesser time that the chairperson of
the joint committee, or his or her designee, determines.
   (b) Pursuant to the Proposition 98 funding requirements
established in Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 41200) of Part 24
of the Education Code, the total appropriations for Proposition 98
for the 2007-08 fiscal year are  $41,929,603,000 
 $41,492,504,000  or  42.6   42.2 
percent of total General Fund revenues and transfers subject to the
state appropriations limit. General Fund revenues appropriated for
school districts are  $37,639,628,000  
$37,202,628,000  or  38.3   37.8 
percent of total General Fund revenues and transfers subject to the
state appropriations limit. General Fund revenues appropriated for
community college districts are $4,170,624,000 or 4.2 percent of
total General Fund revenues and transfers subject to the state
appropriations limit. General Fund revenues appropriated for other
state agencies that provide direct elementary and secondary level
education, as defined in Section 41302.5 of the Education Code, are
$119,252,000 or 0.1 percent of total General Fund revenues and
transfers subject to the state appropriations limit.
   SEC. 71.    Section 24.80 is added to the Budget Act
of 2007 to read:  
   SEC. 24.80.  (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the
Director of Finance is authorized to reimburse four hundred nine
million dollars ($409,000,000) in General Fund expenditures for the
purposes of offsetting the cost of debt service payments made in
prior fiscal years for public transportation related general
obligation bond expenditures in the 2007-08 fiscal year from the
Public Transportation Account. The total reimbursement shall not
reduce the balance in the Public Transportation Account below a
prudent reserve as determined by the Director of Finance.
   (b) This reimbursement will result in overall General Fund
savings. It is not the intent of the Legislature in enacting this
section to provide additional expenditure authority to state
programs.
   (c) Funds provided from the Public Transportation Account for this
purpose are derived from the sales tax on fuels and are dedicated to
mass transportation purposes pursuant to Section 99310.5 of the
Public Utilities Code. The Legislature hereby finds that funding debt
service on bonds benefiting public transportation is a component of
the state's mass transportation program.
   (d) Under the provisions of Article XIX B as amended by
Proposition 1A in the November 7, 2006, statewide general election,
funds from sales taxes on fuels that are placed in the General Fund
must be then allocated to the Transportation Investment Fund and
distributed in conformance to the provisions of Proposition 42 that
are applicable to that year. If the provisions of Proposition 42 are
suspended in the future, Proposition 1A provides that any proceeds
from sales taxes on fuels that are placed in the General Fund must be
repaid in three years and limits future suspensions. Thus any funds
from sales taxes on fuels can no longer be retained in the General
Fund and thus cannot practically become revenues that affect the
calculation of the Proposition 98 guarantee.
   (e) Because there were no revenues from the sales tax on fuel
deposited in the General Fund in the 1986-87 fiscal year, the
calculation of the first year of funding guaranteed to schools under
Proposition 98 is not affected by this revenue source.
   (f) The Legislature finds therefore that the operation of this
section does not reduce the amount of funds allocable to schools
under Article XVI of the California Constitution. 
   SEC. 72.    Section 29.50 is added to the Budget Act
of 2007 to read:  
   SEC. 29.50.  It is the intent of the Legislature that, in
assisting the Governor in preparing the State Budget for the 2008-09
fiscal year, the Department of Finance not include any proposed
funding for any of the following: (a) discretionary price adjustments
to state, University of California, or California University
operations, and (b) General Fund capital outlay, beyond the minimal
amount of fifty million dollars ($50,000,000) for emergencies and
contingencies. 
   SEC.   73  .   Section 35.50 of the Budget
Act of 2007 is amended to read: 
   SEC. 35.50.  (a) For purposes of paragraph (1) of subdivision (f)
of Section 10, and subdivision (f) of Section 12, of Article IV of
the California Constitution, "General Fund revenues" means the total
resources available to the General Fund for a fiscal year before any
transfer to the Budget Stabilization Account.
   (b) For purposes of subdivision (f) of Section 12 of Article IV of
the California Constitution, "all appropriations from the General
Fund for that fiscal year" shall not include any transfer to the
Budget Stabilization Account to retire Economic Recovery Bonds
because that amount is reflected in the "amount of any General Fund
moneys transferred to the Budget Stabilization Account."
   (c) For purposes of subdivision (f) of Section 12 of Article IV of
the California Constitution, the estimate of General Fund revenues
for the 2007-08 fiscal year pursuant to this act, as passed by the
Legislature, is  $106,689,100,000  
$106,764,100,000  .
   (d) For purposes of subdivision (b) of Section 20 of Article XVI
of the California Constitution, General Fund revenues shall be
defined as revenues and transfers before any transfer to the Budget
Stabilization Account, excluding any proceeds from Economic Recovery
Bonds, as estimated in the enacted State Budget. 
  SEC. 74.    Sections 1 to 73, inclusive, of this act shall
become operative only if the Budget Act of 2007, Senate Bill 77, as
proposed by Conference Report No. 1 on July 9, 2007, is enacted and
becomes effective on or before January 1, 2008.  
  SEC. 75.    This act is an urgency statute necessary for
the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, or safety
within the meaning of Article IV of the Constitution and shall go
into immediate effect. The facts constituting the necessity are:
   This act makes appropriations for the support of the government of
the State of California and for several public purposes for the
2007-08 fiscal year. It is imperative that these appropriations be
made effective as soon as possible. It is therefore necessary that
this act go into immediate effect.