Sen. Elgie R. Sims, Jr.

Filed: 5/25/2023

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10300SB0250sam003                     SDS103 00057 JMS 45057 a

AMENDMENT TO SENATE BILL 250

 

  AMENDMENT NO. ______. Amend Senate Bill 250, by deleting everything after the enacting clause and inserting the following:

 

ARTICLE 1

 

    Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended by changing Sections 70, 75, 80, 85 and 90 of Article 46 as follows:

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 46, Section 70)

    Sec. 70.  The amount of $907,200 453,600, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Pension Stabilization Fund to the Office of the State Comptroller for funding the unfunded liabilities of the General Assembly Retirement System. Amounts appropriated under this Section shall be in addition to, and not in lieu of, any State contributions required under Section 2-124 of the Illinois Pension Code.

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 46, Section 75)

    Sec. 75.  The amount of $4,761,400 2,380,700, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Pension Stabilization Fund to the Office of the State Comptroller for funding the unfunded liabilities of the Judges Retirement System. Amounts appropriated under this Section shall be in addition to, and not in lieu of, any State contributions required under Section 18-131 of the Illinois Pension Code.

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 46, Section 80)

    Sec. 80.  The amount of $86,381,800 43,190,900, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Pension Stabilization Fund to the Office of the State Comptroller for funding the unfunded liabilities of the State Employees' Retirement System. Amounts appropriated under this Section shall be in addition to, and not in lieu of, any State contributions required under Section 14-131 of the Illinois Pension Code.

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 46, Section 85)

    Sec. 85.  The amount of $230,431,000 115,215,500, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Pension Stabilization Fund to the Office of the State Comptroller for funding the unfunded liabilities of the Teachers' Retirement System of the State of Illinois. Amounts appropriated under this Section shall be in addition to, and not in lieu of, any State contributions required under Section 16-158 of the Illinois Pension Code.

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 46, Section 90)

    Sec. 90.  The amount of $77,518,600 38,759,300, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Pension Stabilization Fund to the Office of the State Comptroller for funding the unfunded liabilities of the State Universities Retirement System. Amounts appropriated under this Section shall be in addition to, and not in lieu of, any State contributions required under Section 15-155 of the Illinois Pension Code.

 

ARTICLE 2

 

    Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended, by changing Section 45 of Article 53 as follows:

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 53, Section 45)

    Sec. 45.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Agriculture for:

COMPUTER SERVICES

Payable from General Revenue Fund:

  For Electronic Data Processing................... 2,588,100

  For Contractual Services................... 680,000 550,000

Payable from Agricultural Premium Fund:

  For Travel............................................ 400

  For Commodities..................................... 5,000

  For Printing........................................ 5,000

  For Equipment...................................... 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 50,000

    Total                                           $135,400

 

ARTICLE 3

 

    Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended, by changing Sections 10 and 20 of Article 54 as follows:

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 54, Section 10)

    Sec. 10. The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named are appropriated to the Department of Central Management Services:

PAYABLE FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND

For payment of claims, including prior

years claims, under the State Employee Indemnification

Act ..............................................1,445,300

For auto liability, adjusting and

Administration of claims, loss

control and prevention services,

and auto liability claims, including prior

years claims..............................3,600,000 1,360,300

For Awards to Employees and Expenses

of the Employee Suggestion Board ....................  30,000

For Wage Claims ................................... 1,500,000

For Nurses’ Tuition .................................. 85,000

For the Upward Mobility Program ................... 5,000,000

  Total                                $11,660,300 9,420,600

PAYABLE FROM PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FUND

For Professional Services including

Administrative and Related Costs.................. 50,086,000

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 54, Section 20)

    Sec. 20.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Facilities Management Revolving Fund to the Department of Central Management Services for expenses related to the following:

PAYABLE FROM FACILITIES MANAGEMENT REVOLVING FUND

  For Facilities Management including

   Administrative and Related Costs,

   including prior year costs........ 290,102,300 280,102,300

  For Prompt Payment Interest........................ 500,000

    Total                           $290,602,300 280,602,300

 

    The Department, with the consent in writing from the Governor, may reapportion not more than one percent of the total appropriation of Facility Management Revolving Funds in this section among the various purposes herein enumerated.

 

ARTICLE 4

 

    Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended by changing Sections 40 and 55 of Article 56 as follows:

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 56, Section 40)

    Sec. 40.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Children and Family Services for:

GRANTS-IN-AID

CHILD PROTECTION

Payable from General Revenue Fund

  For Protective/Family Maintenance

   Day Care...................................... 45,986,900

  For Residential Construction Services Grants, or

    for deposit into the DCFS Special Purposes

    Trust Fund...................................... 900,000

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 56, Section 55)

    Sec. 55.  The sum of $25,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Children and Family Services for grants and administrative expenses associated with Level of Care Support Services or for deposit into the DCFS Special Purposes Trust Fund.

 

ARTICLE 5

 

   Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended, by changing Sections 30, 210, 325, 405, 445, 480 and 520, and adding Sections 4, 6, 7 and 580 of Article 57 as follows:  

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 57, Section 30)

    Sec. 30.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity:

OFFICE OF EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING

GRANTS

Payable from the Federal Workforce Training Fund:

  For Grants, Contracts and Administrative

   Expenses Associated with the Workforce

   Innovation and Opportunity Act and other

   Workforce training programs, including refunds

   and prior year costs......................... 315,000,000

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For Grants, Contracts and Administrative

   Expenses Associated with the Illinois

   SBIR/STTR Matching Funds Program

   Pursuant to 20 ILCS 605/605-1055................ 5,000,000

  For Grants, Contracts and Administrative

   Expenses Associated with leveraging

   federal awards and opportunities, and

   for deposit into the Workforce, Technology,

   and Economic Development Fund.................. 15,000,000

  For Grants, Contracts and Administrative

   Expenses Associated with the

   Innovation Vouchers Program

   Pursuant to 20 ILCS 605/605-1060................ 3,000,000

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 57, Section 210)

    Sec. 210. The sum of $150,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to City Village of Bedford Park for costs associated with infrastructure.

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 57, Section 325)

    Sec. 325. The sum of $150,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the City of Berwyn Fire Department for costs associated with operating expenses of its fire department, including costs associated with facility expansion.

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 57, Section 405)

    Sec. 405. The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Orland Township Highway Road District dba Orland Township Highway Department for costs associated with infrastructure improvements

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 57, Section 445)

    Sec. 445. The sum of $1,400,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Airport Authority in Marion Williamson County Airport Authority dba Veterans Airport of Southern Illinois for costs associated with daily flights from Marion to Chicago.

 

   (P.A. 102-0698, Article 57, Section 480)

    Sec. 480. The sum of $200,000, or so thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Village of Washington Park Fire Department for costs associated with building rehab equipment for the police and fire departments including the purchase of property and/or infrastructure improvements necessary for constructing a new fire station / public safety building.

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 57, Section 520)

    Sec. 520.  The sum of $45,000,000 or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants to the following named entities including non-profits and units of local government for violence interruption, community development and operational expenses and administrative costs.

Each grant shall equal the approximate amounts below:

United Way of St Louis ............................. $500,000

Greater Auburn Gresham CDC......................... $450,000

Urban Growers Collective .......................... $150,000

Demoiselle 2 Femme, NFP............................ $150,000

Target Area Development............................ $150,000

Kindness Campaign.................................. $150,000

RAGE (Resident Association of Greater Englewood..... $350,000

Englewood First Responders......................... $150,000

A Knock At Midnight................................ $250,000

Teamwork Englewood................................. $350,000

Public Equity...................................... $150,000

GoodKidsMadCity-Englewood.......................... $250,000

TGI Movement....................................... $150,000

Ex-Cons for Community Social Change................. $250,000

Stay Lit Youth Services............................ $150,000

Teatro Tariakuri Dance and Theatre.................. $150,000

Community Youth Development Institute (CYDI)........ $250,000

Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN)............. $150,000

Woodlawn Restorative Justice Hub.................... $150,000

Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation........... $150,000

Southside Together Organizing for Power (STOP)...... $250,000

LaTanya & The Youth of Englewood.................... $150,000

Grow Greater Englewood............................. $150,000

Teamwork Englewood................................. $150,000

Greater Englewood CDC.............................. $150,000

Le Penseur Youth & Family Services.................. $150,000

Purpose Over Pain.................................. $150,000

Bounce for Joy Project............................. $150,000

Project Simeon 2000................................ $150,000

Gresham Community Center........................... $150,000

House of James................................... $1,000,000

Outreach Christian Community Development Corp..... $1,000,000

Christian Community Health Center................. $1,000,000

Positive Moves NFP............................... $1,000,000

After The Game Inc............................... $1,000,000

Ada S. McKinley.................................. $5,000,000

The African American Museum at the England Manor.... $200,000

Black Chamber of Commerce of Lake County............ $200,000

Lake County Chamber of Commerce..................... $200,000

Cory Douglas Scholastic Academy..................... $250,000

Lions Math & Science Christian Academy.............. $250,000

Westside Community Center, Inc...................... $200,000

Step by Step Daycare............................... $400,000

Christopher D. Redding Youth Asthma Foundation...... $400,000

GiveNKind.......................................... $500,000

Waukegan Park District............................. $350,000

Foss Park District................................. $350,000

Mundelein Park District............................ $350,000

Vista Medical Center East in Waukegan............... $650,000

Brushwood Center at Ryerson Woods................... $700,000

Hyde Park Neighborhood Club........................ $250,000

South Shore Chamber................................ $250,000

Centro de Trabajadores............................. $250,000

Quad Communities Development Corp................... $250,000

DuSable Museum..................................... $700,000

Rogers Park Business Alliance....................... $500,000

Andersonville Chamber of Commerce................... $500,000

Uptown United...................................... $500,000

Lincoln Square Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce....... $500,000

Edgewater Chamber of Commerce....................... $500,000

A Just Harvest..................................... $500,000

Heartland Health Centers........................... $500,000

Edgewater Community Development Corporation......... $500,000

Family Matters..................................... $125,000

Chinese Mutual Aid Association...................... $125,000

Black Ensemble Theater............................. $125,000

Youth Guidance..................................... $125,000

Chicago Community Bond Fund Ethiopian

Community Association.............................. $250,000

People’s Music School Friends of McCutcheon

Elementary School.................................. $250,000

Refugee One........................................ $250,000

Ethiopian Community Association..................... $250,000

African American History Museum..................... $275,000

Decatur Boys & Girls Club.......................... $350,000

African American Genealogy & Cultural Society....... $275,000

Compass for Kids................................... $150,000

Decatur Pastors Coalition.......................... $100,000

Sangamon County..................................... $25,000

Springfield Urban League........................... $500,000

Springfield ICON................................... $150,000

Metro Black Chamber of Commerce..................... $200,000

Springfield Project................................ $200,000

Fifth Street Renaissance......................... $1,500,000

Downtown Springfield Inc........................... $300,000

The LYNC........................................... $100,000

Greater All Nations Tabernacle...................... $550,000

Pure Haven Family Resource Center................... $200,000

Mount Pilgrim Development Corp...................... $500,000

People’s Community Development Association.......... $500,000

Greater Rock Development Corp....................... $500,000

Acclivus Inc....................................... $250,000

Westside Health Authority.......................... $500,000

Boxing Out Negativity.............................. $350,000

Family Cares (AFC) Mission....................... $2,400,000

Cottage Grove Heights Community Coalition............ $50,000

Global Girls Inc.................................... $50,000

Majestic Florist.................................... $50,000

True to Life Foundation............................ $100,000

Rosemoor Community Association...................... $100,000

West Chesterfield Community Association............. $100,000

Dolton School District #149........................ $150,000

Hegewisch Business Association...................... $250,000

Greater Roseland Chamber of Commerce................ $250,000

Thornton Township.................................. $500,000

Chatham Business Association....................... $750,000

Southeast Chicago Chamber of Commerce............... $750,000

South Central Community Service..................... $750,000

Southside Business Incubator...................... $1,000,000

Xi Lambda Education Foundation...................... $150,000

Mu Delta Lambda Charitable Foundation............... $250,000

IDEAL Educational Foundation....................... $100,000

AKArama Foundation Inc............................. $100,000

Yellow Tea Rose Foundation......................... $100,000

D’ESTEE Inc........................................ $100,000

Monarch Awards Foundation Inc....................... $100,000

Alpha Kappa Alpha – Phi Epsilon Omega Chapter....... $100,000

Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities....... $2,000,000

Champs Male Mentoring Program – Chirise............. $100,000

South Technical Center.............................. $50,000

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 57, Section 4, new)

   Sec. 4. The sum of $20,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department Commerce and Economic Opportunity for deposit into the Workforce, Technology, and Economic Development Fund for a Fast-Track Workforce Program.

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 57, Section 6, new)

   Sec. 6. The sum of $30,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department Commerce and Economic Opportunity for deposit into the Rebuild Illinois Projects Fund for the Prime Sites Program.

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 57, Section 7, new)

   Sec. 7. The sum of $30,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department Commerce and Economic Opportunity for deposit into the Rebuild Illinois Projects Fund for an Enterprise Fund Grant Program and purposes authorized by subsection (b) of Section 4 of the Build Illinois Bond Act.

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 57, Section 580, new)

   Sec. 580. The sum of $1,500,000 or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Illinois.

 

 

    Section 2. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended by changing Section 22 of Article 58

 as follows:

 

   (P.A. 102-0698, Article 58, Section 22)

    Sec. 22. The sum of $200,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Village of Washington Park for costs associated with equipment for the police and fire departments, including purchase of property and/or infrastructure improvements necessary for constructing a new fire station / public safety building. The sum of $200,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2022, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 46, Section 102 of Public Act 102-0017, as amended, is reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Village of Washington Park for costs associated with equipment for the police and fire departments, including purchase of a new fire station.

 

 

ARTICLE 6

 

    Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended by changing Section 225 and adding Section 3 of Article 59 as follows:

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 59, Section 3, new)

     Sec 3. The sum of $10,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for deposit into the Rebuild Illinois Projects Fund for costs associated with flood mitigation buyouts and related Office of Water Resources capital programming.

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 59, Section 225)

    Sec. 225. The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the City of Wilmington Dam for land rights acquisition and expenses associated with the Wilmington Dam and Mill Race Dam, and for costs associated with public safety or infrastructure improvements.

 

ARTICLE 7

 

    Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended by changing Sections 1, 15, 30 and 35 to Article 62 as follows:

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 62, Section 1)

    Sec. 1.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the following divisions of the Department of Corrections for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023:

FOR OPERATIONS

GENERAL OFFICE

  For Personal Services................ 26,000,000 25,100,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................ 1,991,600

  For Contractual Services......................... 8,848,500

  For Travel.................................. 58,000 31,000

  For Commodities................................. 1,000,000

  For Printing....................................... 40,000

  For Equipment......................... 1,058,150 1,545,000

  For Electronic Data Processing...... 25,952,400 43,500,000

  For Telecommunications Services.................. 2,000,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment.................... 453,500

  For Tort Claims................................. 3,535,000

  For Refunds.................................. 7,600 1,500

    Total                             $70,944,750 88,046,100

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 68, Section 15)

    Section 15. The amount of $45,000,000 15,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Corrections from the General Revenue Fund for deposit into the Department of Corrections Reimbursement and Education Fund for costs associated with IT infrastructure upgrades, including, but not limited to, device purchases, repairs, maintenance, and other capital improvements.

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 62, Section 30)

    Sec. 30.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the Department of Corrections:

EDUCATION SERVICES

  For Personal Services.......................... 15,200,000

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation........................................... 0

  For State Contributions to Social Security ...... 1,106,500

  For Contractual Services............ 10,847,000 11,848,500

  For Travel.................................... 2,500 1,000

  For Commodities................................... 325,000

  For Printing....................................... 35,300

  For Equipment...................................... 10,000

  For Telecommunications Services...................... 1,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment...................... 2,000

  For the pilot program for remote learning

   for individuals in the custody of the

   Department of Corrections created under

   Public Act 102-966, effective May 27, 2022........ 250,000

    Total                           $27,780,300 $28,529,300

 

PAROLE

For Personal Services.................. 40,058,300 37,058,300

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................ 2,990,000

  For Contractual Services.............. 7,998,500 11,463,500

  For Travel................................ 130,700 122,700

For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners................... 43,200

  For Commodities.................................... 57,300

  For Printing........................................ 3,000

  For Equipment............................ 3,515,000 50,000

  For Telecommunications Services.................. 5,980,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment.......... 1,039,500 805,000

    Total                             $61,815,500 58,573,000

 

RE-ENTRY SERVICES

  For Personal Services................. 10,000,500 9,000,500

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation...................................... 35,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security.................................. 724,400

  For Contractual Services............. 23,627,300 20,348,500

  For Travel................................... 11,400 6,000

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners....................... 0

  For Commodities............................. 81,800 69,800

  For Printing........................................ 3,000

  For Equipment...................................... 50,000

  For Telecommunications Services.............. 43,100 36,100

  For Operation of Auto Equipment..................... 29,000

    Total                             $34,605,500 30,302,300

 

FIELD SERVICES

  For Personal Services........................... 9,800,500

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security.................................. 699,000

  For Contractual Services............. 82,240,900 35,975,900

  For Travel......................................... 65,000

  For Commodities......................... 1,065,000 750,000

  For Printing........................................ 5,000

  For Equipment..................................... 100,000

  For Telecommunications Services.................. 3,000,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment........... 266,000 216,000

    Total                             $97,241,400 50,611,400

   

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 62, Section 35)

    Sec. 35.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Corrections from the General Revenue Fund for:

BIG MUDDY RIVER CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 29,500,000 24,900,000

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation..................................... 195,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security....................... 2,055,100 1,955,100

  For Contractual Services............... 9,223,500 9,348,500

  For Travel......................................... 12,000

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners................... 15,800

  For Commodities........................ 1,240,000 1,150,000

  For Printing................................. 24,500 9,500

  For Equipment...................................... 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 52,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment.............. 93,000 60,000

    Total                             $42,485,900 37,772,900

CENTRALIA CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 36,700,000 31,700,000

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation............................. 290,000 215,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security....................... 2,613,900 2,488,900

  For Contractual Services............... 7,678,800 8,348,500

  For Travel......................................... 12,500

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners................... 16,200

  For Commodities........................ 2,000,000 1,650,000

  For Printing................................ 15,000 13,500

  For Equipment...................................... 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services............. 102,000 67,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment.............. 40,850 35,000

    Total                             $49,544,250 44,621,600

DANVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 26,250,000 23,750,000

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation............................. 256,400 238,400

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security....................... 1,910,000 1,865,000

  For Contractual Services............... 8,528,800 9,348,500

  For Travel......................................... 16,300

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners................... 21,000

  For Commodities....................... 2,394,000 2,397,700

  For Printing................................ 28,200 12,000

  For Equipment...................................... 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 46,200

  For Operation of Auto Equipment.............. 95,000 75,000

    Total                             $39,620,900 37,845,100

DECATUR CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 16,200,400 15,500,400

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation............................... 90,400 83,400

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................ 1,210,300

  For Contractual Services............... 4,354,500 4,348,500

  For Travel.......................................... 4,000

  For Travel and Allowances for

   Committed, Paroled and

   Discharged Prisoners............................... 8,800

  For Commodities........................... 752,000 520,000

  For Printing................................. 10,200 5,200

  For Equipment...................................... 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 32,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment..................... 40,000

    Total                             $22,777,600 21,827,600

DIXON CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 50,450,000 49,900,000

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation..................................... 335,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................ 3,849,600

  For Contractual Services............. 19,295,500 19,245,500

  For Travel......................................... 17,600

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners................... 29,000

  For Commodities....................... 2,740,900 2,843,900

  For Printing................................ 27,600 24,600

  For Equipment..................................... 100,000

  For Telecommunications Services........... 155,000 140,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment............ 195,000 160,000

    Total                             $77,195,200 76,645,200

EAST MOLINE CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 24,500,000 23,750,000

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation..................................... 185,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................ 1,866,500

  For Contractual Services............... 6,473,300 9,148,500

  For Travel......................................... 11,500

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners................... 14,000

  For Commodities................................. 1,132,600

  For Printing............................... 14,200 14,000

  For Equipment...................................... 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services............. 115,000 60,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment............ 121,300 100,000

    Total                             $34,508,400 36,357,100

SOUTHWESTERN ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 17,725,300 16,225,300

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation...................................... 85,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................ 1,263,400

  For Contractual Services............... 7,846,500 7,848,500

  For Travel.......................................... 6,000

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners.................... 4,200

  For Commodities................................... 629,300

  For Printing.................................. 8,300 6,300

  For Equipment...................................... 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 42,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment..................... 25,000

    Total                             $27,710,000 26,210,000

KEWANEE LIFE SKILLS RE-ENTRY CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 13,750,000 12,750,000

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation...................................... 66,500

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................ 1,012,800

  For Contractual Services............... 2,798,500 2,498,500

  For Travel.......................................... 2,300

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners.............. 1,300 5,300

  For Commodities........................... 364,900 354,900

  For Printing.................................. 6,600 3,500

  For Equipment...................................... 60,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 85,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment.............. 36,800 24,000

    Total                             $18,184,700 16,862,800

GRAHAM CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 39,500,000 37,250,000

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation............................. 295,000 265,000

  For State Contributions to Social Security....... 2,916,200

  For Contractual Services............. 13,371,500 14,848,500

  For Travel......................................... 18,900

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners................... 24,100

  For Commodities................................. 3,023,200

  For Printing................................ 36,000 16,000

  For Equipment...................................... 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 44,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment............. 142,000 90,000

    Total                             $59,945,900 58,570,900

ILLINOIS RIVER CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 30,900,000 28,150,000

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation............................. 320,000 240,000

  For State Contributions to Social

    Security............................ 2,236,000 2,211,000

  For Contractual Services............. 10,687,100 13,682,100

  For Travel......................................... 10,000

  For Travel and Allowance for Committed, Paroled

   and Discharged Prisoners.......................... 21,000

  For Commodities........................ 5,590,100 3,857,100

  For Printing................................ 26,700 18,700

  For Equipment...................................... 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services.............. 70,000 58,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment............. 282,600 55,000

    Total                             $50,218,500 48,377,900

HILL CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 25,900,000 23,950,000

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation............................. 397,000 245,000

  For State Contributions to Social Security ...... 1,889,200

  For Contractual Services......................... 9,476,700

  For Travel......................................... 17,100

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed, Paroled

   and Discharged Prisoners.......................... 21,800

  For Commodities........................ 7,594,700 4,694,700

  For Printing................................ 20,800 17,800

  For Equipment............................... 68,500 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 38,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment............. 225,500 55,000

    Total                             $45,649,300 40,480,300

JACKSONVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 32,150,200 30,250,200

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation............................. 195,000 140,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security....................... 2,325,000 2,300,000

  For Contractual Services............... 5,569,300 6,267,300

  For Travel.......................................... 9,300

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners................... 12,400

  For Commodities......................... 1,516,200 918,200

  For Printing................................ 23,700 13,700

  For Equipment...................................... 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services.............. 59,000 54,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment.............. 99,100 61,500

    Total                             $42,034,200 40,101,600

JOLIET TREATMENT CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 40,150,000 42,000,000

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation...................................... 50,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................ 2,382,300

  For Contractual Services............. 14,883,000 16,118,000

  For Travel.......................................... 2,800

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners.................... 3,500

  For Commodities......................... 1,009,500 689,500

  For Printing................................. 18,500 8,500

  For Equipment..................................... 100,000

  For Telecommunications Services............. 111,000 76,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment.............. 50,000 40,000

    Total                           $58,760,300 $61,470,600

LAWRENCE CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 37,256,300 31,256,300

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation............................. 150,000 320,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security....................... 2,558,400 2,458,400

  For Contractual Services............. 12,125,400 17,848,500

  For Travel......................................... 26,500

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners................... 25,200

  For Commodities................................. 2,200,000

  For Printing................................ 27,600 23,600

  For Equipment...................................... 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 60,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment............. 126,000 96,000

    Total                             $54,630,400 54,389,500

LINCOLN CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 18,723,000 17,223,000

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation..................................... 150,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................ 1,397,000

  For Contractual Services............... 6,433,500 7,041,900

  For Travel.......................................... 6,500

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners................... 11,600

  For Commodities........................ 1,179,000 1,015,000

  For Printing................................. 17,000 9,000

  For Equipment...................................... 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services............. 104,000 64,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment.............. 53,000 43,000

    Total                             $28,149,600 27,036,000

LOGAN CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 41,600,000 40,600,000

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation..................................... 265,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................ 3,086,100

  For Contractual Services........................ 21,982,200

  For Travel.......................................... 6,500

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners................... 16,400

  For Commodities........................ 1,795,800 1,800,000

  For Printing................................ 21,200 17,000

  For Equipment..................................... 125,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 69,300

  For Operation of Auto Equipment.................... 150,000

    Total                            $69,117,500 68,117,500

MENARD CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services.......................... 69,900,000

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation............................. 395,000 345,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................ 5,500,000

  For Contractual Services............. 14,431,900 14,235,400

  For Travel.................................. 33,600 23,600

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners................... 28,700

  For Commodities................................. 4,776,400

  For Printing................................ 30,300 26,800

  For Equipment..................................... 100,000

  For Telecommunications Services............ 153,600 138,600

  For Operation of Auto Equipment............ 332,900 150,000

    Total                           $95,682,400 $95,224,500

MURPHYSBORO LIFE SKILLS RE-ENTRY CENTER

  For Personal Services.................. 7,700,600 7,350,600

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation...................................... 40,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security.................................. 556,400

  For Contractual Services............... 1,169,500 1,259,500

  For Travel.......................................... 1,500

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners.................... 1,500

  For Commodities........................... 236,000 146,000

  For Printing........................................ 1,700

  For Equipment...................................... 60,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 18,300

  For Operation of Auto Equipment...................... 1,000

    Total                               $9,786,500 9,436,500

PINCKNEYVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 36,000,000 34,500,000

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation..................................... 304,100

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................ 2,636,300

  For Contractual Services............. 11,837,500 12,948,500

  For Travel.................................. 31,100 18,600

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners................... 23,800

  For Commodities........................ 2,763,200 1,762,200

  For Printing................................ 29,400 23,900

  For Equipment...................................... 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 50,100

  For Operation of Auto Equipment............ 203,600 110,000

    Total                             $53,954,100 52,452,500

PONTIAC CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services.......................... 62,000,000

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation..................................... 250,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................ 4,633,000

  For Contractual Services............. 15,083,500 13,848,500

  For Travel......................................... 43,900

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners................... 15,100

  For Commodities........................ 1,961,200 1,215,000

  For Printing................................ 28,000 18,000

  For Equipment..................................... 100,000

  For Telecommunications Services............ 221,800 180,800

  For Operation of Auto Equipment............. 111,400 85,000

    Total                            $84,447,900 $82,389,300

ROBINSON CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 20,450,000 20,250,000

  For Student, Member and

   Inmate Compensation.............................. 140,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................ 1,545,600

  For Contractual Services............... 5,781,300 6,848,500

  For Travel................................... 10,700 9,200

  For Travel and Allowances for

   Committed, Paroled and Discharged

   Prisoners......................................... 14,500

  For Commodities........................ 1,531,500 1,010,000

  For Printing................................ 26,100 10,600

  For Equipment...................................... 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 36,600

  For Operation of Auto Equipment.............. 44,700 32,000

    Total                             $29,656,000 29,972,000

SHAWNEE CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 28,500,000 26,500,000

  For Student, Member and

   Inmate Compensation....................... 260,000 230,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security....................... 2,095,000 2,020,000

  For Contractual Services............... 7,988,800 8,748,500

  For Travel......................................... 15,200

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners............ 26,000 25,000

  For Commodities........................ 2,287,200 1,787,200

  For Printing................................ 25,900 15,900

  For Equipment...................................... 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 52,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment.............. 90,000 60,000

    Total                             $41,415,100 39,528,800

SHERIDAN CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services.......................... 31,100,000

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation..................................... 190,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................ 2,395,400

  For Contractual Services............. 15,575,900 15,848,500

  For Travel.......................................... 9,500

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners................... 12,000

  For Commodities........................ 1,950,000 1,700,000

  For Printing................................ 27,400 19,800

  For Equipment...................................... 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services.............. 75,000 60,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment..................... 50,000

    Total                                        $51,460,200

STATEVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 93,500,000 90,500,000

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation..................................... 250,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................ 6,895,000

  For Contractual Services............. 29,543,500 29,848,500

  For Travel.................................. 53,000 38,000

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners................... 81,100

  For Commodities........................ 3,250,000 3,000,000

  For Printing................................ 76,400 36,400

  For Equipment..................................... 100,000

  For Telecommunications Services.................... 265,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment.................... 330,000

    Total                           $134,344,000 131,344,000

TAYLORVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 23,800,500 22,000,500

  For Student, Member and Inmate Compensation........ 180,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................ 1,726,100

  For Contractual Services............... 6,341,900 7,448,500

  For Travel.......................................... 5,500

  For Travel and Allowances for

   Committed, Paroled and Discharged

   Prisoners......................................... 12,900

  For Commodities......................... 1,482,000 850,000

  For Printing................................ 28,300 11,300

  For Equipment...................................... 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services.............. 65,600 40,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment.............. 58,700 30,000

    Total                             $34,316,500 32,379,800

VANDALIA CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 27,802,100 27,102,100

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation............................. 144,600 102,600

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................ 2,036,600

  For Contractual Services............... 4,748,500 5,848,500

  For Travel.......................................... 6,500

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners.................... 9,200

  For Commodities........................ 5,915,000 3,325,000

  For Printing................................. 10,000 7,700

  For Equipment............................... 40,000 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 38,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment............. 138,900 50,000

    Total                             $40,889,400 38,601,200

VIENNA CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services.......................... 29,382,300

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation..................................... 125,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................ 2,234,600

  For Contractual Services............... 4,367,500 4,848,500

  For Travel.......................................... 5,500

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners............ 16,200 11,200

  For Commodities......................... 1,321,000 850,000

  For Printing................................. 14,500 9,500

  For Equipment...................................... 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 58,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment..................... 80,000

    Total                                        $37,679,600

WESTERN ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For Personal Services................ 32,000,000 29,100,000

  For Student, Member and Inmate

   Compensation............................. 295,000 230,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security....................... 2,330,200 2,275,200

  For Contractual Services.............. 9,552,500 10,848,500

  For Travel......................................... 17,500

  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,

   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners................... 21,500

  For Commodities........................ 4,656,000 3,500,000

  For Printing................................ 24,200 19,200

  For Equipment...................................... 75,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 58,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment............ 185,000 115,000

    Total                             $49,214,900 46,259,900

 

ARTICLE 8

 

    Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended by adding Section 45 of Article 65 as follows:

 

     (P.A. 102-0698, Article 65, Section 45 new)

    Sec. 45. The sum of $30,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Employment Security for deposit into the Title III Social Security and Employment Fund.

 

ARTICLE 8.5

 

    Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended by changing Section 600 of Article 69 as follows:

 

    Section 600. The sum of $1,400,000$2,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Human Services for a grant to the Illinois Health Practice Alliance for costs associated with operating expenses.

 

ARTICLE 9

 

    Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended by changing Section 10 of Article 76 as follows:

 

     (P.A. 102-0698, Article 76, Section 10)

    Sec. 10. The amount of $1,429,150,000 1,194,150,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Healthcare and Family Services from the General Revenue Fund for deposit into the Healthcare Provider Relief Fund.

 

ARTICLE 10

 

    Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended by changing Section 5 of Article 78 as follows:

 

     (P.A. 102-0698, Article 78, Section 5)

    Sec. 5.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the Department of Revenue:

GOVERNMENT SERVICES

PAYABLE FROM THE PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX REPLACEMENT FUND:

  For a portion of the state’s share of state’s

   attorneys’ and assistant state’s

   attorneys’ salaries, including

   prior year costs.............................. 15,609,930

  For a portion of the state’s share of county

   public defenders’ salaries pursuant

   to 55 ILCS 5/3-4007, including

   prior year costs...................... 8,500,000 8,015,910

  For the State’s share of county

   supervisors of assessments or

   county assessors’ salaries, as

   provided by law, including prior

   year costs..................................... 3,733,727

  For additional compensation for local

   assessors, as provided by Sections 2.3

   and 2.6 of the “Revenue Act of 1939”, as

   amended.......................................... 350,000

  For additional compensation for local

   assessors, as provided by Section 2.7

   of the “Revenue Act of 1939”, as

   amended.......................................... 510,000

  For additional compensation for county

   treasurers, pursuant to Public Act

   84-1432, as amended.............................. 663,000

   For the annual stipend for sheriffs as

   provided in subsection (d) of Section

   4-6300 and Section 4-8002 of the

   counties code.................................... 663,000

  For the annual stipend to county

   coroners pursuant to 55 ILCS 5/4-6002

   including prior year costs........................ 663,000

  For additional compensation for

   county auditors, pursuant to Public

   Act 95-0782, including prior

   year costs....................................... 123,500

    Total                             $30,444,590 29,960,500

PAYABLE FROM MOTOR FUEL TAX FUND

  For Reimbursement to International

   Fuel Tax Agreement Member States............... 32,000,000

  For Refunds.................................... 45,000,000

    Total                                        $77,000,000

PAYABLE FROM UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK FUND

  For Refunds as provided for in Section

   13a.8 of the Motor Fuel Tax Act.................... 12,000

PAYABLE FROM STATE AND LOCAL SALES TAX REFORM FUND

  For allocation to Chicago for additional

   1.25% Use Tax pursuant to P.A. 86-0928........ 190,000,000

PAYABLE FROM THE MUNICIPAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS FUND

  For refunds associated with the

   Simplified Municipal Telecommunications Act........ 12,000

PAYABLE FROM LOCAL GOVERNMENT DISTRIBUTIVE FUND

  For allocation to local governments

   for additional 1.25% Use Tax

   pursuant to P.A. 86-0928...................... 600,000,000

PAYABLE FROM LOCAL GOVERNMENT VIDEO GAMING

DISTRIBUTIVE FUND

  For allocation to local governments

   of the net terminal income tax per

   the Video Gaming Act......................... 250,000,000

PAYABLE FROM SENIOR CITIZENS REAL ESTATE

DEFERRED TAX REVOLVING FUND

  For payments to counties as required

   by the Senior Citizens Real

   Estate Tax Deferral Act, including

   prior year cost................................ 6,500,000

PAYABLE FROM RENTAL HOUSING SUPPORT PROGRAM FUND

  For administration of the Rental

   Housing Support Program......................... 1,750,000

  For rental assistance to the Rental

   Housing Support Program, administered

   by the Illinois Housing Development

   Authority..................................... 25,000,000

    Total                                        $26,750,000

PAYABLE FROM ILLINOIS AFFORDABLE HOUSING TRUST FUND

  For administration of the Illinois

   Affordable Housing Act......................... 4,500,000

PAYABLE FROM ILLINOIS GAMING LAW ENFORCEMENT FUND

  For a Grant for Allocation to Local Law

   Enforcement Agencies for joint state and

   local efforts in Administration of the

   Charitable Games, Pull Tabs and Jar

   Games Act........................................ 900,000

 

ARTICLE 11

 

    Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended by changing Sections 20, 235, 240 and 295 of Article 80 as follows:

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 80, Section 20)

AWARDS AND GRANTS

    Sec. 20.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for the objects and purposes hereinafter named:

  For Tort Claims, including payment

   pursuant to P.A. 80-1078........................ 1,250,000

  For representation and indemnification

   for the Department of Transportation,

   the Illinois State Police and the

   Secretary of State, provided that the

   representation required resulted from

   the Road Fund portion of their normal

   operations....................................... 100,000

  For auto liability payments for the

   Department of Transportation, the

   Illinois State Police, and the

   Secretary of State, provided that

   the liability resulted from the

   Road Fund portion of their normal

   operations........................... 6,000,000 2,500,000

    Total                               $7,350,000 3,850,000

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 80, Section 235)

    Sec. 235. The sum of $24,743,700 25,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Public Transportation Fund to the Department of Transportation for making a grant to the Regional Transportation Authority for Additional State Assistance to be used for its purposes as provided in the "Regional Transportation Authority Act", but in no event shall this amount exceed the amount provided for in Sections 4.09 (c) and 4.09 (d) with respect to Strategic Capital Improvement bonds issued by the Regional Transportation Authority pursuant to the Regional Transportation Authority Act as amended in 1989.

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 80, Section 240)

    Sec. 240. The sum of $97,256,400 97,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Public Transportation Fund to the Department of Transportation for making a grant to the Regional Transportation Authority for Additional Financial Assistance to be used for its purposes as provided in the "Regional Transportation Authority Act", but in no event shall this amount exceed the amount provided for in Sections 4.09 (c-5) and 4.09 (d) with respect to Strategic Capital Improvement bonds issued by the Regional Transportation Authority pursuant to the Regional Transportation Authority Act as amended in 1999.

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 80, Section 295)

    Section 295.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as are available for distribution in accordance with Section 8b of the Motor Fuel Tax Law, are appropriated from the Transportation Renewal Fund to the Department of Transportation for the purposes stated:

DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS

  For apportioning, allotting, and paying

   as provided by law:

  To Counties....................... 152,350,800 140,039,600

  To Municipalities.................. 213,665,100 196,399,900

  To Counties for Distribution to

   Road Districts...................... 69,147,200 63,560,500

    Total                           $435,163,100 400,000,000

 

ARTICLE 12

 

    Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended by changing Section 5 of Article 83 as follows:

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 83, Section 5)

    Sec. 5. The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated to the Illinois Arts Council to enhance the cultural environment in Illinois: Payable from General Revenue Fund:

  For Grants and Financial Assistance for

   Creative Sector (Arts Organizations and

    Individual Artists)........................... 5,144,800

  For Grants and Financial Assistance for

   Underserved Constituencies...................... 1,120,000

  For Grants and Financial Assistance for

   Arts Education................................. 1,332,500

    Total                                         $7,597,300

Payable from the Illinois Arts Council

  Federal Grant Fund:

  For Grants and Programs to Enhance

   the Cultural Environment.............. 1,100,000 1,000,000

 

ARTICLE 13

 

    Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended by adding Section 46 and changing Section 50 of Article 86 as follows:

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 86, Section 46 new)

    Sec. 46.  The sum of $455,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Tobacco Settlement Recovery Fund to the Governor’s Office of Management and Budget for the purposes of making payments to the Trustee of those bonds issued by the Railsplitter Tobacco Settlement Authority under the Railsplitter Tobacco Settlement Authority Act.

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 86, Section 50)

    Sec. 50.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred for any expenditures from the appropriations made in Sections 20, 25, and 30 and 46 until after the purposes and amounts have been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

ARTICLE 14

 

    Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended by adding Sections 40-151 to Article 48 as follows:

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 40 new)

    Sec. 40.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Court of Claims to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

No. 15-CC-2992, THC-Chicago, Inc., d/b/a Kindred Hospital Sycamore and Kindred Hospital Chicago and THC North Shore, Inc., d/b/a Kindred-Chicago-Lakeshore, debt against the

Department of Healthcare and Family Services..... $469,309.94

 

No. 16-CC-0066, Sally L. Schaefer and Leonard E. Schaefer, Co-Administrators of the Estate of Brittanie Schaefer, personal injury against

the Board of Trustees of Southern

  Illinois University......................... $7,028,720.00

No. 17-CC-0331, Michael Sabo, Administrator for the Estate of Joseph Sabo, personal injury against the

Department of Veterans’ Affairs.................. $300,000.00

 

No. 19-CC-1531, Progressive Housing, Inc., debt against the

Department of Healthcare and Family Services...... $50,464.81

 

No. 19-CC-1929, Progressive Housing, Inc., debt against the

Department of Healthcare and Family Services...... $13,444.16

 

No. 19-CC-2628, Sivak, Margaret, personal injury against the

Secretary of State.............................. $108,401.73

 

No. 20-CC-0033, Health Services Advisory Group, debt against the Department of Healthcare and Family Services....... $9,267.38

 

No. 20-CC-1039, Milliman, Inc., c/o VAP Funding Master Trust II, debt against the Department of Healthcare and Family Services $33,828.16

 

No. 20-CC-1049, Talx Corporation, c/o VAP Funding Master Trust II, debt against the Department of Healthcare and Family Services $12,089.00

 

No. 20-CC-1062, Community Resource Center, Inc., debt against the Department of Human Services...................... $12,880.00

 

No. 20-CC-1063, Community Resource Center, Inc., debt against the Department of Human Services...................... $15,200.00

 

No. 20-CC-1064, Community Resource Center, Inc., debt against the Department of Human Services...................... $16,480.00

 

No. 20-CC-1247, Martam Construction & K-Five Construction Corporation A Joint Venture, debt against the Department of Transportation $218,000.00

 

No. 20-CC-1651, University of Illinois, debt against the Department of Human Services................................... $94,350.36

 

No. 20-CC-1749, Oakton Community College, debt against the

Illinois Student Assistance Commission........... $106,853.00

 

No. 20-CC-2411, Metropolitan Family Services, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $11,825.00

 

No. 20-CC-2432, Metropolitan Family Services, debt against the

Department of Human Services..................... $113,275.00

 

No. 21-CC-0528, Fox Valley Fire & Safety, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $13,258.75

 

No. 21-CC-0550, Healthcare Plus Homemakers, debt against the

Department of Human Services..................... $162,161.66

 

No. 21-CC-0622, Lee’s Foodservice Parts & Repair, debt against the Department of Corrections........................ $24,933.17

 

No. 21-CC-0723, VSV Systems Corporation, debt against the

Department of Aging............................. $145,968.40

 

No. 21-CC-1047, Tower Capital Group LP aka Wyndham Springfield, debt against the Department of Human Services.......... $34,902.40

 

No. 21-CC-1125, Ace World Wide/Bloomington Moving, Inc., debt against the Department of Human Services...................... $24,520.00

 

No. 21-CC-1496, Mirage Software, Inc. d/b/a Bourntec Solutions, Inc., debt against the Department of Human Services..... $48,111.20

 

No. 21-CC-2260, Galls, LLC, debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $16,207.00

 

No. 21-CC-2266, HSHS St. John’s Hospital, debt against the

Department of Corrections....................... $158,266.01

 

No. 21-CC-2612, Motorola Solutions, Inc., debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $62,491.00

 

No. 21-CC-2713, Crowne Plaza West Loop, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $14,318.10

 

No. 21-CC-2730, Henson Robinson Company, debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $25,000.00

 

No. 21-CC-2749, Johnson Controls Fire Protection, LP, debt against the Department of Corrections........................ $10,166.00

 

No. 21-CC-2956, Human Service Center, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $24,362.00

 

No. 21-CC-3146, A Safe Haven, LLC, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $26,471.65

 

No. 21-CC-3175, the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois on behalf of the University of Illinois – Chicago Office of Sponsored Programs, debt against the

Department of Human Services....................... $9,675.00

 

No. 21-CC-3427, Universal Protection Services, LLC, debt against the Department of Human Services....................... $3,885.95

 

No. 21-CC-4010, Fisher Scientific Company, LLC, debt against the Department of Public Health....................... $46,265.80

 

No. 21-CC-4080, CDW, LLC, c/o VAP Funding Master Trust II, debt against the Department of Corrections.................... $216,798.07

 

No. 21-CC-4243, Motorola Solutions, Inc., debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $12,330.18

 

No. 21-CC-4370, Milliman Inc., c/o VAP Funding Master Trust II, debt against the Department of Healthcare and Family

Services......................................... $10,301.13

 

No. 21-CC-4433, BHC Streamwood Hospital, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services........ $74,800.00

 

No. 21-CC-4602, W.W. Grainger, Inc., debt against the

Department of Military Affairs.................... $13,314.48

 

No. 22-CC-0316, Michael Link, Administrator for the Estate of Rachel Harlan Link, debt against the

Department of Human Services..................... $167,483.69

 

No. 22-CC-0558, M.J. Kellner Foodservice, debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $67,240.68

 

No. 22-CC-0694, Aurora Civic Center Authority, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services....... $321,889.62

 

No. 22-CC-0866, SEICO, Inc., debt against the

Department of Corrections......................... $9,223.00

 

No. 22-CC-0993, Healthcare Waste Management, debt against the

Department of Human Services..................... $102,935.98

 

No. 22-CC-1036, Rosecrance, Inc., debt against the

Department of Human Services..................... $112,374.00

 

No. 22-CC-1204, Perry County Counseling Center, Inc., debt against the Department of Human Services...................... $19,071.00

 

No. 22-CC-1438, Park Forest – Chicago Heights SD 163, debt against the Department of Commerce and

Economic Opportunity............................. $14,868.00

 

No. 22-CC-1482, Stepping Stones, Inc., debt against the

Department of Human Services..................... $107,836.00

 

No. 22-CC-1499, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital, debt against the Department of Human Services.................. $36,666.00

 

No. 22-CC-1500, RICCA, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $60,000.00

 

No. 22-CC-1504, TASC, Inc., debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $66,757.00

 

No. 22-CC-1509, Arrowleaf, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $14,933.20

 

No. 22-CC-1534, Loyola University Medical Center, debt against the Department of Human Services..................... $213,634.64

 

No. 22-CC-1537, W. W. Grainger, Inc., debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $25,115.65

 

No. 22-CC-1551, Clean Impact, LLC, debt against the

Department of Human Services..................... $222,751.61

 

No. 22-CC-1552, Clean Impact, LLC, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $97,917.69

 

No. 22-CC-1553, Clean Impact, LLC, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $38,137.52

 

No. 22-CC-1554, Clean Impact, LLC, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $53,466.40

 

No. 22-CC-1662, Reading & Math, Inc., debt against the

Department of Human Services....................... $9,993.00

 

No. 22-CC-1667, Alexian Brothers, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $18,165.00

 

No. 22-CC-1751, Westside Health Authority, debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $12,500.00

 

No. 22-CC-1794, Arrowleaf, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $19,980.00

 

No. 22-CC-1936, JPMBB 2015-C-32 South MacArthur Boulevard, LLC, debt against the State Board of Elections............. $239,557.50

 

No. 22-CC-1996, American Environmental Waste Company, debt against the Department of Corrections....................... $101,310.00

 

No. 22-CC-2023, GreatNonprofits, debt against the

Department of Human Services................... $1,593,546.00

 

No. 22-CC-2036, Central East Alcoholism and Drug Council, debt against the Department of Human Services.................. $28,738.00

 

No. 22-CC-2061, Rincon Family Services, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $15,109.69

 

No. 22-CC-2062, Rincon Family Services, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $13,883.16

 

No. 22-CC-2072, 360 Youth Services, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $24,266.00

 

No. 22-CC-2143, Keefe Supply Company, debt against the

Department of Corrections....................... $156,256.88

 

No. 22-CC-2179, Lake County Health Department, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $49,948.69

 

No. 22-CC-2188, Metropolitan Family Services, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $13,641.41

 

No. 22-CC-2206, LifeWorks (US) Ltd., f/k/a Morneau Shepell, Ltd., debt against the Department of

Human Services.................................. $126,611.00

 

No. 22-CC-2274, Advocates For Human Potential, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $48,943.75

 

No. 22-CC-2291, Youth Services Network, debt against the

Department of Juvenile Justice................... $112,510.50

 

No. 22-CC-2410, The Chicago Community Trust, debt against the

Department of Human Services..................... $218,824.43

 

No. 22-CC-2492, A-1 Corporate Hardware, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $63,382.25

 

No. 22-CC-2493, A-1 Corporate Hardware, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services........ $21,625.80

 

No. 22-CC-2532, Peerless Cleaning, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $34,798.01

 

No. 22-CC-2548, Broadstep Wisconsin, Inc., debt against the

Department of Human Services..................... $243,468.24

 

No. 22-CC-2702, M.J. Kellner Foodservice, debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $22,875.66

 

No. 22-CC-2872, Children’s Home & Aid Society of Illinois, debt against the Department of Human Services................. $235,593.00

 

No. 22-CC-2966, Advocates for Human Potential, Inc., debt against the Department of Human Services..................... $132,173.00

 

No. 22-CC-3037, State of Minnesota, debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $80,406.38

 

No. 22-CC-3068, DC Waste & Recycling, Inc., debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $39,057.55

 

No. 22-CC-3146, M.J. Kellner Foodservice, debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $33,827.26

 

No. 23-CC-0037, Health Management Associates, Inc., debt against the Department of Human Services..................... $115,627.78

 

No. 23-CC-0301, CDW C/O VAP Funding Master Trust II, debt against the Department of Corrections........................ $50,424.53

 

No. 23-CC-0328, St. Joseph Memorial Hospital, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $21,286.91

 

No. 23-CC-0360, HSHS St. John’s Hospital, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $46,822.14

 

No. 23-CC-0398, Red Dot Construction, Inc., debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $15,718.67

 

No. 23-CC-0451, Orchard Village, Inc., debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $42,372.59

 

No. 23-CC-0472, RJ Kool Company of Missouri, debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $49,465.90

 

No. 23-CC-0483, Visions, LLC, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $24,405.90

 

No. 23-CC-0492, M.J. Kellner Foodservice, debt against the

Department of Corrections....................... $162,958.68

 

No. 23-CC-0729, Glen Hill North, LLC, debt against the

Department of Central Management Services........ $152,103.51

 

No. 23-CC-0748, Chicago Advisors, LLC, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $16,400.00

 

No. 23-CC-0808, Resolute Parent, LLC, debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $68,019.20

 

No. 23-CC-0811, Midland Paper Company, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $24,350.00

 

No. 23-CC-0816, Quest Diagnostics Clinical Laboratories, Inc., debt against the Department of Corrections............. $12,959.51

 

No. 23-CC-0817, Johnson Mechanical Services, Inc., d/b/a Johnson HVACR & Foodservices Equipment, debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $76,713.15

 

No. 23-CC-0848, Diversified Services Network, Inc., debt against the Department of Children and

Family Services.................................. $20,812.62

 

No. 23-CC-0850, Homework Hangout Club, Inc., debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $16,050.00

 

No. 23-CC-0919, Gordon Food Service, Inc., debt against the

Department of Veteran Affairs..................... $14,505.26

 

No. 23-CC-0951, I am Able Center for Family Development, debt against the Department of Children and

Family Services................................. $107,591.48

 

No. 23-CC-0966, FW Electric, Inc., debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $79,753.80

 

No. 23-CC-1126, Public Health Institute of Metropolitan Chicago, debt against the Department of

Higher Education................................ $525,728.34

 

No. 23-CC-1127, Mid Central Community Action, Inc., debt against the Department of Human Services...................... $23,621.45

 

No. 23-CC-1243, Transitions of Western Illinois, debt against the Department of Human Services...................... $12,152.69

 

No. 23-CC-1266, Inner Voice, Inc., debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $55,000.00

 

No. 23-CC-1302, Heritage FS, Inc., debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $10,973.91

 

No. 23-CC-1327, Central IL Staffing Services, LLC, debt against the Department of Human Services...................... $92,149.78

 

No. 23-CC-1353, Village of Roanoke, debt against the

Secretary of State............................... $12,140.46

 

No. 23-CC-1415, Chicago Westside Branch, NAACP, debt against the Department of Human Services...................... $24,068.75

 

No. 23-CC-1419, Otis Elevator Company, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $14,954.75

 

No. 23-CC-1425, Illinois Hunger Coalition, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $16,430.09

 

No. 23-CC-1468, Memorial Hospital, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $73,808.13

 

No. 23-CC-1489, CDW Government, debt against the

Secretary of State............................... $28,188.00

 

No. 23-CC-1490, Little City Foundation, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services........ $77,071.09

 

No. 23-CC-1509, Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, debt against the Department of

Human Services................................... $73,895.04

 

No. 23-CC-1535, Thomas Reuters, debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $28,870.68

 

No. 23-CC-1625, LMW Group, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $23,090.77

 

No. 23-CC-1633, Youth Network Council DBA ICOY, debt against the Department of Human Services...................... $49,164.09

 

No. 23-CC-1651, Tri-City Electric Co., debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $32,005.96

 

No. 23-CC-1672, Oxford House, Inc., debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $17,366.00

 

No. 23-CC-1673, Illinois Equal Justice Foundation, debt against the Department of Human Services...................... $27,886.95

 

No. 23-CC-1683, Crisis Center Foundation, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $17,969.39

 

No. 23-CC-1703, Courage Connection, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $30,000.00

 

No. 23-CC-1731, DuPage Pads, Inc., debt against the

Department of Human Services..................... $219,342.95

 

No. 23-CC-1772, Lutheran Social Services of Illinois, debt against the Department of Human Services...................... $48,981.14

 

No. 23-CC-1775, F. E. Moran, Inc. Fire Protection, debt against the Department of Human Services..................... $125,000.00

 

No. 23-CC-1922, Above & Beyond Cleaning, debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $13,289.00

 

No. 23-CC-1943, Dove, Inc., debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $61,166.34

 

No. 23-CC-1948, Madison County Community Development, debt against the Department of Human Services...................... $59,087.10

 

No. 23-CC-1997, South Suburban Council on Alcoholism, etc., debt against the Department of Human Services................. $182,410.00

 

No. 23-CC-1999, University of Illinois, debt against the

Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.. $102,392.41

 

No. 23-CC-2175, Ampol Group International, Inc., debt against the Department of Human Services...................... $12,800.00

 

No. 23-CC-2185, Hardin House, debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $11,175.00

 

No. 23-CC-2198, Annashae Corporation, debt against the

Department of Human Services..................... $450,298.00

 

No. 23-CC-2201, GEO Group – Reentry Services, debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $43,095.45

 

No. 23-CC-2256, Bell and Howell Group Holdings, debt against the Department of Human Services...................... $26,115.00

 

No. 23-CC-2264, Bethany For Children & Families, debt against the Department of Children and Family Services....... $155,398.81

 

No. 23-CC-2276, Westcare Illinois, Inc., debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $91,206.83

 

No. 23-CC-2356, Highland, Amanda G., personal injury against the Board of Trustees of Southern

Illinois University............................. $160,000.00

 

No. 23-CC-2405, Macon Resources, Inc., debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $24,661.00

 

No. 23-CC-2432, University of Illinois Board of Trustees, debt against the Department of Human Services.................. $57,590.58

 

No. 23-CC-2433, University of Illinois, debt against the

Department of Human Services..................... $100,538.24

 

No. 23-CC-2499, Far South CDC, debt against the

Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity... $22,186.48

 

No. 23-CC-2580, All Chicago Making Homelessness History, debt against the Department of Human Services..................... $303,599.35

 

No. 23-CC-2630, Rock River Center, Inc., debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $19,615.00

 

No. 23-CC-2660, Legal Aid Chicago, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services........ $46,300.00

 

No. 23-CC-2671, Ron’s Produce Co., debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $18,813.00

 

No. 23-CC-2744, the Board of Trustees – University of Illinois, debt against the Department of Human Services.......... $20,329.74

 

No. 23-CC-2790, University of Illinois, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $89,534.37

 

No. 23-CC-2818, M. J. Kellner Foodservice, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $13,430.23

 

No. 23-CC-2866, Free Lunch Academy NFP, debt against the

Department of Human Services..................... $104,536.61

 

No. 23-CC-3031, Memorial Hospital, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $13,342.66

 

No. 23-CC-3137, Omni Youth Services, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services....... $154,666.05

 

No. 23-CC-3166, ACE Worldwide, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services........ $28,957.04

 

No. 23-CC-3170, ACE Worldwide, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services........ $40,744.40

 

No. 23-CC-3184, M.J. Kellner Foodservice, debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $75,720.11

 

No. 23-CC-3193, M.J. Kellner Foodservice, debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $70,042.59

 

No. 23-CC-3202, Community Life Line, debt against the

Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority... $10,450.98

 

No. 23-CC-3237, M.J. Kellner Foodservice, debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $51,105.13

 

No. 23-CC-3244, M.J. Kellner Foodservice, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $74,596.19

 

No. 23-CC-3262, M.J. Kellner Foodservice, debt against the

Department of Human Services..................... $229,354.90

 

No. 23-CC-3319, Healthcare Alternative Systems, Inc., debt against the Department of Human Services...................... $71,731.00

 

No. 23-CC-3364, City of Anna, Illinois, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $77,712.85

 

No. 23-CC-3373, Advanced Commodities, Inc., debt against the

Department of Corrections........................ $93,492.00

 

No. 23-CC-3455, Hoyleton Youth and Family Services, debt against the Department of Children and

Family Services.................................. $11,541.04

 

No. 23-CC-3528, Memorial Medical Center, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $28,980.10

 

No. 23-CC-3532, Memorial Medical Center, debt against the

Department of Human Services...................... $36,974.45

 

No. 23-CC-3630, Conduent State & Local Solutions, debt against the Department of Human Services..................... $741,888.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 41 new)

    Sec. 41.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 011, Road, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

No. 22-CC-1316, Tyles In Style, debt against the

Illinois State Police............................ $43,786.00

 

No. 22-CC-2357, Wissehr Electric, Inc., d/b/a Wissehr Electrical Contractors, debt against the

Department of Transportation...................... $17,706.75

 

No. 23-CC-1694, Wissehr Electric, Inc., debt against the

Department of Transportation...................... $10,878.68

 

No. 23-CC-1745, Ennis Flint, Inc., debt against the

Department of Transportation...................... $23,628.00

 

No. 23-CC-2575, Laser Electric, Inc., debt against the

Department of Transportation..................... $121,836.86

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 42 new)

    Sec. 42.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 012, Motor Fuel Tax, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $9,601.81

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 43 new)

    Sec. 43.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 018, Transportation Regulatory, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $16,095.49

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 44 new)

    Sec. 44.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 026, Live & Learn, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $1,159.47

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 45 new)

    Sec. 45.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 039, State Boating Act, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $1,994.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 46 new)

    Sec. 46.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 040, State Parks, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $2,272.62

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 47 new)

    Sec. 47.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 041, Wildlife & Fish, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

No. 21-CC-3549, Rohlfing, Brandon, debt against the

Department of Natural Resources................... $67,049.50

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 48 new)

    Sec. 48.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 043, Military Affairs Trust, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $2,240.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 49 new)

    Sec. 49.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 045, Agricultural Premium, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $22,349.98

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 50 new)

    Sec. 50.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 047, Fire Prevention, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $17,650.51

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 51 new)

    Sec. 51.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 050, Mental Health, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $19,786.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 52 new)

    Sec. 52.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 052, Federal Title III Social Security and Employment Service, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $52,301.82

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 53 new)

    Sec. 53.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 054, State Pensions, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $27,819.63

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 54 new)

    Sec. 54.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 059, Public Utility, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $988.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 55 new)

    Sec. 55.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 063, Public Health Services, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

No. 21-CC-3348, Illinois Primary Health Care Association, debt against the Department of Public Health.................. $101,162.43

 

No. 22-CC-1039, Agility One Outsourcing, Inc., debt against the

Department of Public Health...................... $140,561.88

 

No. 22-CC-2482, Reditus Laboratories, LLC, debt against the

Department of Public Health.................... $6,088,051.00

 

No. 23-CC-2579, University of Illinois, debt against the

Department of Public Health.................... $2,361,800.00

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357......................... $144,438.15

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 56 new)

    Sec. 56.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 072, Underground Storage Tank, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $242.72

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 57 new)

    Sec. 57.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 075, Compassion Use Med Cannabis, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

No. 22-CC-2267, Micropact Global, Inc., debt against the

Department of Public Health...................... $114,810.43

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $11,774.03

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 58 new)

    Sec. 58.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 078, Solid Waste Management, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.............................. $90.79

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 59 new)

    Sec. 59.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 082, Distance Learning, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $300.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 60 new)

    Sec. 60.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 091, Clean Air Act Permit, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $167.25

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 61 new)

    Sec. 61.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 103, State Treasurer’s Administrative, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $11,973.18

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 62 new)

    Sec. 62.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 120, Home Services Medicaid Trust, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $776.58

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 63 new)

    Sec. 63.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 131, Council on Dev Disabilities, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $7,200.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 64 new)

    Sec. 64.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 141, Capital Development, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $9,200.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 65 new)

    Sec. 65.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 144, State Board of Education Special Purpose Trust, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.............................. $48.06

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 66 new)

    Sec. 66.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 152, State Crime Laboratory, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $56,149.20

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 67 new)

    Sec. 67.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 163, Weights and Measures, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $14,528.05

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 68 new)

    Sec. 68.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 167, Division of Corp Regis LLP, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $417.94

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 69 new)

    Sec. 69.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 207, Pollution Control Board St Tr, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $101.25

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 70 new)

    Sec. 70.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 215, Capital Develop Board Revolving, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

No. 23-CC-0760, E-Builder, debt against the

Capital Development Board....................... $122,850.78

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 71 new)

    Sec. 71.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 218, Professions Indirect Cost, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $5,037.30

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 72 new)

    Sec. 72.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 220, the Department of Children and Family Services Children’s Services, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

No. 16-CC-0176, City of Anna, Illinois, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services........ $11,974.19

 

No. 17-CC-1172, Aurora Chicago Lakeshore, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services....... $143,150.00

 

No. 20-CC-1156, Lincoln Prairie Behavioral Health, debt against the Department of Children and Family Services........ $13,800.00

 

No. 20-CC-1353, Lutheran Services of Illinois, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services........ $83,437.50

 

No. 20-CC-2223, Jackson County Health Department, debt against the Department of Children and Family Services........ $11,271.95

 

No. 21-CC-2185, Children’s Home and Aid Society of Illinois, debt against the Department of Children and

Family Services................................. $132,103.50

 

No. 22-CC-0639, BHC Streamwood Hospital, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services........ $63,000.00

 

No. 22-CC-2856, Children’s Home Association of Illinois, debt against the Department of Children and

Family Services................................. $112,552.82

 

No. 23-CC-1352, Amer Ibrahim, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services........ $68,266.92

 

No. 23-CC-1713, Northwestern University, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services....... $508,800.84

 

No. 23-CC-2163, Dynamic Interactive Business System, LLC, debt against the Department of Children and

Family Services.................................. $16,541.00

 

No. 23-CC-2164, Dynamic Interactive Business System, LLC, debt against the Department of Children and

Family Services.................................. $17,136.00

 

No. 23-CC-2203, Action for Child Protection, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services....... $185,244.43

 

No. 23-CC-2897, YWCA Northwestern Illinois, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services........ $17,452.00

 

No. 23-CC-2898, Nicasa, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services........ $57,375.00

 

No. 23-CC-2899, SOS Casa Tepeyac, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services....... $114,871.00

 

No. 23-CC-2900, New Directions Treatment Center, debt against the Department of Children and Family Services........ $20,422.20

 

No. 23-CC-2901, Mujeres Latinas en accion, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services........ $53,247.00

 

No. 23-CC-2904, Community Life Line, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services........ $54,922.00

 

No. 23-CC-2905, Community Life Line, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services........ $57,375.00

 

No. 23-CC-2907, A Knock At Midnight, debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services........ $69,874.00

 

No. 23-CC-3050, Kaleidoscope, Inc., debt against the

Department of Children and Family Services....... $126,114.30

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $7,370.82

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 73 new)

    Sec. 73.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 246, State Police Vehicle, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

No. 21-CC-4265, Motorola Solutions, debt against the

Illinois State Police............................ $55,057.74

 

No. 21-CC-4277, Motorola Solutions, debt against the

Illinois State Police............................ $62,118.40

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $22,022.88

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 74 new)

    Sec. 74.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 261, Underground Resource Conservation, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $150.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 75 new)

    Sec. 75.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 262, Mandatory Arbitration, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $6,291.09

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 76 new)

    Sec. 76.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 270, Water Revolving, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $923.13

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 77 new)

    Sec. 77.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 273, Anna Veterans Home, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $575.32

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 78 new)

    Sec. 78.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 285, Long Term Care Monitor/Receiver, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $29,199.90

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 79 new)

    Sec. 79.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 294, Used Tire Management, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $618.50

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 80 new)

    Sec. 80.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 297, Guardianship and Advocacy, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.............................. $77.32

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 81 new)

    Sec. 81.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 301, Working Capital Revolving, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $30,719.78

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 82 new)

    Sec. 82.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 303, State Garage Revolving, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $55,585.11

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 83 new)

    Sec. 83.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 304, Technology Management Revolving, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $24,805.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 84 new)

    Sec. 84.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 314, Facilities Management Revolving, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

No. 21-CC-3427, Universal Protections Services, LLC, debt against the Department of Central Management

Services........................................ $170,062.83

 

No. 21-CC-4419, Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, debt against the

Department of Central Management Services........ $145,161.44

 

No. 22-CC-1072, Ashland 59th, LLC, debt against the

Department of Central Management Services........ $131,586.46

 

No. 23-CC-0187, Exponential Power, Inc., debt against the

Department of Central Management Services......... $12,345.00

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357......................... $398,382.28

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 85 new)

    Sec. 85.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 317, Professional Services, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $4,177.68

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 86 new)

    Sec. 86.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 324, State Cure, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $16,782.11

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 87 new)

    Sec. 87.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 333, Federal Support Agreement Revolving, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $3,719.07

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 88 new)

    Sec. 88.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 335, Criminal Justice Info Projects, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $10,523.92

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 89 new)

    Sec. 89.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 339, Illinois Community College Board Contract & Grant, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $15,889.82

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 90 new)

    Sec. 90.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 340, Public Health Laboratory Services Revolving, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

No. 21-CC-4010, Fisher Scientific Company, LLC, debt against the Department of Public Health....................... $92,394.93

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $326.70

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 91 new)

    Sec. 91.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 345, Long-Term Care Provider, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $24,169.26

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 92 new)

    Sec. 92.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 360, Lead Poisoning, Screening, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $2,475.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 93 new)

    Sec. 93.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 373, State Treasurer’s Bank Services Trust, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $18,750.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 94 new)

    Sec. 94.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 384, Tax Compliance and Administration, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $763.80

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 95 new)

    Sec. 95.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 410, SBE Federal Dept of Agri, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $3,150.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 96 new)

    Sec. 96.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 421, Public Aid Recoveries Trust, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $19,357.91

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 97 new)

    Sec. 97.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 437, Quality of Life Endowment, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

No. 22-CC-0720, The Phoenix Center, debt against the

Department of Public Health....................... $55,500.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 98 new)

    Sec. 98.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 438, Illinois State Fair, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $2,746.58

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 99 new)

    Sec. 99.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 449, Interpreters for the Deaf, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $233.68

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 100 new)

    Sec. 100.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 454, Rotary Club, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $8,000.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 101 new)

    Sec. 101.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 476, Wholesome Meat, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $2,666.88

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 102 new)

    Sec. 102.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 479, State Employees Retirement Sys, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.............................. $79.10

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 103 new)

    Sec. 103.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 483, Secretary of State Special Services, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $18,175.44

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 104 new)

    Sec. 104.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 488, Criminal Justice Trust, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

No. 21-CC-1061, Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, debt against the Criminal Justice Information

Authority........................................ $86,782.08

 

No. 23-CC-0882, Metropolitan Family Services, debt against the

Illinois Criminal Justice Information

Authority....................................... $257,620.93

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $57,226.02

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 105 new)

    Sec. 105.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 495, Old Age Survivors Insurance, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $360.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 106 new)

    Sec. 106.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 496, Support Our Troops, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $843.13

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 107 new)

    Sec. 107.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 497, Federal Civil Prepared Admin, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $881.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 108 new)

    Sec. 108.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 514, State Asset Forfeiture, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $484.50

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 109 new)

    Sec. 109.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 523, Department of Corrections Reimbursement and Education, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

No. 21-CC-3883, Shelby County Community Services, debt against the Department of Corrections........................ $87,186.00

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.............................. $98.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 110 new)

    Sec. 110.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 534, Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission Operations, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $17,726.62

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 111 new)

    Sec. 111.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 561, SBE Federal Department of Education, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $65,665.48

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 112 new)

    Sec. 112.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 576, Pesticide Control, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $2,266.53

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 113 new)

    Sec. 113.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 619, Quincy Veterans Home, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $45,644.48

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 114 new)

    Sec. 114.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 635, Death Certificate Surcharge, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $4,050.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 115 new)

    Sec. 115.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 644, Commitment to Human Services, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $461.46

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 116 new)

    Sec. 116.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 660, Academic Quality Assurance, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $146.75

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 117 new)

    Sec. 117.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 664, Student Loan Operating, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $863.80

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 118 new)

    Sec. 118.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 686, Budget Stabilization, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $5,120.20

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 119 new)

    Sec. 119.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 692, ICCB Adult Education, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $39,695.48

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 120 new)

    Sec. 120.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 705, State Police Whistleblower Reward, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $1,350.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 121 new)

    Sec. 121.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 709, IL Thoroughbred Breeders, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

No. 22-CC-2203, Fairmount Park, Inc., debt against the

Department of Agriculture....................... $125,896.00

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $2,300.50

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 122 new)

    Sec. 122.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 711, State Lottery, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $127.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 123 new)

    Sec. 123.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 731, IL Clean Water Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $1,038.25

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 124 new)

    Sec. 124.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 732, Secretary of State DUI Administration, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $5,959.54

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 125 new)

    Sec. 125.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 733, Tobacco Settlement Recovery, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

No. 22-CC-2312, Illinois Primary Health Care Association, debt against the Department of Public Health................... $81,142.64

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 126 new)

    Sec. 126.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 745, State’s Attorney Appellate Prosecutor Co, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $1,246.38

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 127 new)

    Sec. 127.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 757, Child Support Administrative, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $11,001.10

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 128 new)

    Sec. 128.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 763, Tourism Promotion, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $26,455.91

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 129 new)

    Sec. 129.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 772, Career and Technical Education, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

No. 21-CC-3621, Sauk Valley Community College, debt against the

Illinois Community College Board.................. $61,062.47

 

No. 22-CC-2075, Highland Community College, debt against the

Illinois Community College Board.................. $52,163.00

 

No. 22-CC-2326, Lake Land College, debt against the

Illinois Community College Board................. $126,248.98

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 130 new)

    Sec. 130.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 776, Presidential Library and Museum Operating, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $29,574.90

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 131 new)

    Sec. 131.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 782, State Parking Facility Maintenance, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.............................. $60.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 132 new)

    Sec. 132.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 793, Healthcare Provider Relief, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

No. 22-CC-3075, Children’s Hospital of Chicago Medical Center d/b/a Lurie’s Children’s Hospital of Chicago, debt against the

Department of Healthcare and Family Services... $2,160,171.13

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $661.43

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 133 new)

    Sec. 133.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 795, Bank & Trust Company, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $2,177.81

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 134 new)

    Sec. 134.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 796, Nuclear Safety Emergency Preparedness, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $613.32

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 135 new)

    Sec. 135.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 797, Dept Human Rights Special, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $870.43

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 136 new)

    Sec. 136.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 801, AG State Projects and Court Order Distribution, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $33,029.64

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 137 new)

    Sec. 137.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 802, Personal Property Tax Replacement, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $2,433.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 138 new)

    Sec. 138.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 817, State Police Operations Assistance, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $5,081.64

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 139 new)

    Sec. 139.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 823, IL State Dental Disciplinary, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $4,606.25

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 140 new)

    Sec. 140.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 828, Hazardous Waste, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $165.01

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 141 new)

    Sec. 141.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 848, Settlement, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

No. 23-CC-1953, Workcomp Strategies, Inc., debt against the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission................. $131,750.00

 

No. 23-CC-2240, Workers Compensation Research Institute, debt against the Illinois Workers’ Compensation

Commission....................................... $60,000.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 142 new)

    Sec. 142.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 863, Cycle Rider Safety Training, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $9,095.45

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 143 new)

    Sec. 143.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 879, Traffic & Crim Conviction Sur, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $37,978.73

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 144 new)

    Sec. 144.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 883, Intra-Agency Services, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $16,363.41

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 145 new)

    Sec. 145.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 896, Public Heath Special State Projects, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

No. 21-CC-1164, University of Illinois, debt against the

Department of Public Health...................... $102,390.96

 

No. 21-CC-2470, Board of Trustees of Southern Illinois University, debt against the Department of

Public Health................................... $137,951.23

 

No. 22-CC-0708, Southern Illinois Hospital, debt against the

Department of Public Health....................... $53,971.91

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $31,365.15

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 146 new)

    Sec. 146.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 906, State Police Services, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $11,963.75

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 147 new)

    Sec. 147.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 912, Cannabis Regulation, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357........................... $6,912.51

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 148 new)

    Sec. 148.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 920, Metabolic Screening and Treatment, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $24,566.52

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 149 new)

    Sec. 149.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 944, Environmental Protection Permit and Inspection, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357............................. $179.93

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 150 new)

    Sec. 150.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 962, Park & Conservation, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

No. 22-CC-0934, Filotto Construction, Inc., debt against the

Department of Natural Resources................... $70,968.00

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 48, Section 151 new)

    Sec. 151.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims from State Fund 980, Manteno Veterans Home, to pay claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

 

Reimburse the General Revenue Fund for payment of awards

pursuant to P.A. 92-357.......................... $43,095.76

 

ARTICLE 15

 

    Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended by adding Section 66 of Article 94 as follows:

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 94, Section 66 new)

    Sec. 66. The sum of $1,765,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the U.S. Environmental Protection Fund to the Environmental Protection Agency for all expenses necessary to support actions under the Gulf Hypoxia Action Plan as authorized by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA).

 

ARTICLE 16

 

    Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended by changing Section 455 of Article 138 as follows:

 

          (Public Act 102-0698, Article 138, Section 455

    Sec. 455. The amount of $82,325,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Coronavirus Urgent Remediation Emergency Fund to the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority for administrative costs and grants to the following named entities for purposes allowed by Section 9901 of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 and any associated federal guidance. The combined cost of grants and administrative expenses associated with each grant shall equal the approximate amounts below:

  For a grant to Puerto Rican Cultural Center..... $2,000,000

  For a grant to North River Commission............. $500,000

  For a grant to Kedzie Center Expanded Mental Health

    Services of Chicago NFP for a program

    titled the Kedzie Center........................ $250,000

  For a grant to Concordia Place.................... $200,000

  For a grant to ASPIRA............................ $350,000

  For a grant to Israel's Gifts of Hope.............. $25,000

  For a grant to Communities United................. $500,000

  For a grant to Association House of Chicago....... $200,000

  For a grant to Alternative Schools Network...... $1,075,000

  For a grant to Envision Community Services........ $300,000

  For a grant to Brighton Park

    Neighborhood Council........................... $750,000

  For a grant to Enlace Chicago..................... $750,000

  For a grant to Enlace Chicago................... $2,000,000

  For a grant to New Life Community Centers

    of Chicagoland, NFP........................... $1,000,000

  For a grant to Chicago Youth Boxing Club.......... $300,000

  For a grant to Telpochcalli

   Community Education Project...................... $200,000

  For a grant to Beyond the Ball.................... $250,000

  For a grant to Un Nuevo Despertar................. $200,000

  For a grant to Central State SER.................. $300,000

  For a grant to Peace and Education Coalition

    of Back of the Yards/New City................... $300,000

  For a grant to La Casa Norte ..................... $250,000

  For a grant to West Chicago Elementary SD 33....... $50,000

  For a grant to Back of the

   Yards Neighborhood Council....................... $250,000

  For a grant to Southwest Organizing Project....... $350,000

  For a grant to Gads Hill Center................... $250,000

  For a grant to Pilsen Neighbors

   Community Council............................... $200,000

  For a grant to Union League Boys & Girls Club..... $250,000

  For a grant to True Value Boys & Girls Club....... $250,000

  For a grant to Rauner Family YMCA of Young Men’s

    Christian Association of Metropolitan

   Metro Chicago................................... $250,000

  For a grant to Corazon Community Services......... $250,000

  For a grant to Youth Crossroads................... $250,000

  For a grant to Boys Club of Cicero................ $250,000

  For a grant to Institute for Community............ $250,000

  For a grant to Fairmont

   Community Partnership Group Inc.................. $250,000

  For a grant to Spanish Community Center........... $250,000

  For a grant to Southwest

   Suburban Immigrant Project....................... $250,000

  For a grant to Alive Center........................ $50,000

  For a grant to Simply Destinee..................... $50,000

  For a grant to East Aurora SD 131............... $1,000,000

  For a grant to Elgin SD U46........................ $50,000

  For a grant to Kane County

   State’s Attorney’s Office........................ $150,000

  For a grant to The City of Aurora................. $200,000

  For a grant to Rincon Family Services............. $750,000

  For a grant to ALSO.............................. $750,000

  For a grant to Laureus Sport

   for Good Foundation USA........................ $5,000,000

  For a grant to Arthur Johnson Foundation.......... $200,000

  For a grant to House of Miles, East St Louis...... $400,000

  For a grant to Inner Ear Youth Orchestra.......... $400,000

  For a grant to Quad City Community Development.... $400,000

  For a grant to Community Concepts................. $200,000

  For a grant to Impact Church St Louis............. $400,000

  For a grant to Cahokia Unit School District 187... $600,000

  For a grant to East St. Louis School District..... $600,000

  For a grant to Madison CUSD#12.................... $500,000

  For a grant to Village of Fairmont City........... $300,000

  For a grant to St. Sabina Church................ $1,500,000

  For a grant to Black Fire Brigade............... $1,000,000

  For a grant to Target Area Development............ $500,000

  For a grant to A Knock at Midnight................ $350,000

  For a grant to Black Star Project................. $500,000

  For a grant to Judah Production Consulting NFP.... $350,000

  For a grant to East St. Louis School District..... $600,000

  For a grant to Wiz Kid........................... $500,000

  For a grant to House of James..................... $500,000

  For a grant to After the Game In................ $1,000,000

  For a grant to Acclivus.......................... $500,000

  For a grant to Positive Moves NFP................. $500,000

  For a grant to The Poor People Campaign Inc....... $500,000

  For a grant to Organizing Leaders................. $500,000

  For a grant to Ada S.

    Mckinley Community Services................... $4,000,000

  For a grant to Black Lives Matter Lake County..... $300,000

  For a grant to City of North Chicago.............. $600,000

  For a grant to Soaring Eagle

   Community Development Corporation................ $200,000

  For a grant to Legacy Reentry Foundation.......... $300,000

  For a grant to City of Waukegan................... $500,000

  For a grant to Lake County State's

   Attorney Violence Interruption Program........... $500,000

  For a grant to B.A.M. 4 Black Abolition

    Movement for the Mind........................... $400,000

  For a grant to F.O.C.U.S.......................... $400,000

  For a grant to Guitars Over Guns.................. $400,000

  For a grant to Antmound Foundation................ $400,000

  For a grant to Trinity United Church of Christ

    Endeleo Institute............................ $1,000,000

  For a grant to Reach Community

   Development Corporation........................ $1,000,000

  For a grant to Roseland Ceasefire Project....... $1,000,000

  For a grant to Grand Champions NFP................ $500,000

  For a grant to Glenn Hudson Muay Thai Self Defense

   Academy (Hudson Academy Foundation)........... $1,000,000

  For a grant to Community Assistance Programs.... $1,500,000

  For a grant to Angel's Helping Hands Creative

    Spirits CDC.................................. $1,000,000

  For a grant to West Cook County Youth Club........ $500,000

  For a grant to Tender Care Early Learning Center...$500,000

  For a grant to DLD For Youth...................... $300,000

  For a grant to Changing Oasis..................... $300,000

  For a grant to Westside Health Authority.......... $300,000

  For a grant to Ebenezer Community Outreach........ $500,000

  For a grant to Village of Maywood Park District... $250,000

  For a grant to Black Men United................... $300,000

  For a grant to Save The Hampton House............. $250,000

  For a grant to Fathers Who Care................... $500,000

  For a grant to Bethal New Life.................... $300,000

  For a grant to Dreamchasers United................ $250,000

  For a grant to Jehovah Jireh 1 Outreach Ministry... $250,000

  For a grant to Just Want To Be Heard.............. $250,000

  For a grant to Habilitative Systems Inc........... $250,000

  For a grant to Ezra Community Development Corp.... $500,000

  For a grant to Friday Night Place (NFP)........... $250,000

  For a grant to SD 89 Education Foundation......... $250,000

  For a grant to People Made Visible................. $25,000

  For a grant to Breakthrough Urban Ministry........ $500,000

  For a grant to Y.E.M.B.A. for a program

    to serve Oak Park yYouth........................ $250,000

  For a grant to Claretian Associates............. $1,000,000

  For a grant to Neighborhood

    Network Association Alliance.................. $1,000,000

  For a grant to Kenwood Oaklawn

    Community Organization for a program at

    Good Kids Maad City........................... $1,000,000

  For a grant to Brightstar....................... $1,500,000

  For a grant to Moms Mothers on a Mission........ $1,000,000

  For a grant to Howard Area Community Center....... $500,000

  For a grant to Becoming A Man Youth Guidance

    for the Becoming a Man Program.................. $500,000

  For a grant to Trilogy........................... $250,000

  For a grant to Center on Halsted.................. $250,000

  For a grant to Alternatives....................... $250,000

  For a grant to Girl Forward GirlForward........... $250,000

  For a grant to Ex-cons for

    Community & Social Change ONE Northside......... $500,000

  For a grant to Circles and Ciphers................ $500,000

  For a grant to Chicago Therapy Collective......... $500,000

  For a grant to ONE Northside...................... $500,000

  For a grant to South Central Community Service.... $750,000

  For a grant to Project Syncere.................... $250,000

  For a grant to South Shore Drill Team............. $100,000

  For a grant to Artist Life........................ $100,000

  For a grant to Target Area Development

    Corporation Network............................ $200,000

  For a grant to True to Life Foundation............ $200,000

  For a grant to Global Girls....................... $100,000

  For a grant to Kids off the Block................. $100,000

  For a grant to Imani Works........................ $200,000

  For a grant to Chatham Business Association..... $1,000,000

  For a grant to Black CommunityProvider Network... $1,000,000

  For a grant to Northwest Side Housing Center...... $250,000

  For a grant to Mu Delta Lambda

    Charitable Foundation............................ $50,000

  For a grant to The Inkc Spot LTD.................. $500,000

  For a grant to Mrs. K's Community Center.......... $250,000

  For a grant to Springfield Memorial Hospital...... $400,000

  For a grant to EnRich Programs.................... $400,000

  For a grant to the Phoenix Center................. $100,000

  For a grant to Springfield School District #186... $100,000

  For a grant to Decatur Community Partnership...... $200,000

  For a grant to Route History ..................... $200,000

  For a grant to Age Linc.......................... $100,000

  For a grant to Skywalker Outreach Services........ $300,000

  For a grant to Shemilah Outreach Center........... $300,000

  For a grant to Youth with a Positive Direction.... $200,000

  For a grant to One in a Million................... $200,000

  For a grant to Route History Institute............ $400,000

  For a grant to The Outlet, Inc.................... $200,000

  For a grant to J Morris Enterprise................ $150,000

  For a grant to Eta Psi Sigma Foundation for the

    Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc................... $150,000

  For a grant to Springfield SD #186................ $100,000

  For a grant to Better Life Better Living for Kidz... $75,000

  For a grant to Springfield Urban League........... $475,000

  For a grant to City of Springfield................ $300,000

  For a grant to Family Cares AFC Mission......... $4,000,000

  For a grant to Boys and Girls Club of Elgin, Inc. $1,000,000

  For a grant to Boys and Girls Club

     of Dundee Township............................ $500,000

 

ARTICLE 17

 

    Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended by changing Sections 1 of Article 106 as follows:

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 106, Section 1)

    Sec. 1.  The sum of $534,100 504,100, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Illinois Independent Tax Tribunal to meet its operational expenses for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023.

 

ARTICLE 18

 

    Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended by changing Sections 5, 35 and 40 of Article 109 as follows:

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 109, Section 5)

    Sec. 5. The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the Law Enforcement Training Standards Board:

 

OPERATIONS

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For Personal Services .............................5,583,300

  For State Contributions to

    Social Security................................. 424,300

  For Contractual Services ............................540,000

  For Travel ...........................................80,500

  For Commodities ......................................26,300

  For Printing .........................................10,000

  For Equipment .......................................540,000

  For Electronic Data Processing ....................1,128,800

  For Telecommunications Services ......................46,200

  For Operation of Auto Equipment .....................100,000

    Total                                        $8,479,400

Payable from the Police Training Board Services Fund:

  For payment of and/or services

  related to law enforcement training                       

  in accordance with statutory provisions

  of the Law Enforcement Intern

  Training Act .......................................105,000

Payable from the Law Enforcement Training Fund:

  For purposes authorized under Section 6z-126

   of the State Finance Act............ 13,000,000 10,000,000

Payable from the Law Enforcement Camera

 Grant Fund:

  For grants to units of

   local government in Illinois

   related to installing video cameras

   in law enforcement vehicles and

   training law enforcement officers

   in the operation of the cameras in

   accordance with statutory provisions

   of the Law Enforcement Camera

   Grant Act .......................................33,570,000

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 109, Section 35)

    Sec. 35. The amount of $5,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board for a grant to the City of Chicago for costs associated with police officer training and recruitment.

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 109, Section 40)

    Sec. 40. The sum of $4,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board for grants to local law enforcement agencies for costs associated with the expansion and support of National Integrated Ballistics Information Network (NIBIN) and other ballistic technology equipment for ballistic testing.

 

ARTICLE 19

 

    Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended by adding Section 115 to Article 114 as follows:

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 114, Section 115 new)

    Sec. 115. The amount of $6,524,508, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Illinois State Board of Education for payments to the following named entities for purposes of compliance with state-level Maintenance of Equity requirements in Section 2004 of the American Rescue Plan Act (2021), which apply to state funding in fiscal years 2022 and 2023, at the approximate costs below:

For Akin Comm Cons School Dist 91...................... 2,356

For Alden Hebron SD 19............................... 11,938

For Allendale C C School Dist 17....................... 4,241

For Allen-Otter Creek CCSD 65........................ 11,807

For Armstrong-Ellis Cons Sch Dist 61................... 6,796

For Ashley C C Sch District 15....................... 56,676

For Bannockburn School Dist 106....................... 2,454

For Benton Cons HSD 103.............................. 53,677

For Braceville School Dist 75........................ 82,804

For Bradford CUSD 1................................... 3,990

For Buncombe Cons School Dist 43...................... 12,464

For Cairo USD 1...................................... 12,511

For Carbon Cliff-Barstow SD 36....................... 142,576

For Champaign CUSD 4................................. 12,523

For Cissna Park CUSD 6................................ 2,050

For Coulterville USD 1............................... 35,744

For Cypress School Dist 64............................ 8,269

For Donovan CUSD 3................................... 38,474

For Dwight Twp HSD 230................................ 2,675

For East Coloma - Nelson CESD 20...................... 23,927

For Edgar County CUD 6............................... 27,338

For Field CCSD 3...................................... 5,592

For Gallatin CUSD 7.................................. 46,947

For Geff C C School District 14...................... 24,525

For Grass Lake School Dist 36........................ 12,773

For Grayville CUSD 1................................. 24,446

For Hamilton Co CUSD 10............................. 200,826

For Hartsburg Emden CUSD 21........................... 8,117

For Henry-Senachwine CUSD 5.......................... 16,961

For Hutsonville CUSD 1............................... 10,910

For Illini West H S Dist 307......................... 74,015

For Kansas CUSD 3.................................... 24,532

For Ladd Comm Cons School Dist 94..................... 29,506

For Laraway CCSD 70C................................ 193,770

For LEARN Charter 9 Campus in Waukegan............... 106,454

For Ludlow C C School Dist 142....................... 25,265

For Madison CUSD 12................................. 201,728

For Malden Comm Cons Sch Dist 84...................... 11,689

For Marseilles ESD 150............................... 79,635

For McClellan CCSD 12................................ 30,098

For Meredosia-Chambersburg CUSD 11..................... 9,928

For Milford Area Public Schools District 124.......... 91,635

For Montmorency CCSD 145............................. 54,337

For Nauvoo-Colusa CUSD 325............................ 3,467

For New Holland-Middletown E Dist 88.................. 15,002

For Niles ESD 71..................................... 17,880

For North Chicago SD 187.......................... 1,713,614

For North Wamac School District 186................... 24,620

For North Wayne CUSD 200............................. 59,669

For Odin PSD 722.................................... 198,547

For Ohio Comm Cons School Dist 17...................... 4,118

For Opdyke-Belle-Rive CCSD 5........................ 137,351

For Ottawa Twp HSD 140............................... 62,355

For Palestine CUSD 3................................. 31,427

For Pembroke C C School District 259.................. 76,065

For Pikeland CUSD 10................................ 126,362

For Pontiac-W Holliday SD 105........................ 17,517

For Porta CUSD 202................................... 38,140

For Prophetstown-Lyndon-Tampico CUSD3................. 64,675

For Raccoon Cons SD 1................................ 75,835

For Rankin Community School Dist 98................... 14,256

For Rich Twp HSD 227.............................. 1,056,033

For Sandridge SD 172.................................. 6,075

For Saunemin CCSD 438................................ 98,768

For Serena CUSD 2..................................... 2,961

For Southeastern CUSD 337............................ 12,152

For Spring Garden Comm Cons District 178.............. 30,066

For Spring Lake CCSD 606............................. 34,966

For St Anne CHSD 302................................. 69,804

For Stark County CUSD 100............................. 6,232

For Tamaroa School Dist 5............................ 27,112

For Tri Point CUSD 6-J............................... 35,622

For Trico CUSD 176................................... 40,137

For Unity Point CCSD 140............................ 117,945

For Urbana SD 116.................................... 98,717

For V I T CUSD 2...................................... 3,269

For Venice CUSD 3.................................... 86,417

For Warsaw CUSD 316................................. 115,484

For West Central CUSD 235............................. 5,653

For Zion-Benton Twp HSD 126......................... 157,216

    TOTAL                                          6,524,508

 

ARTICLE 19.5

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 36, Section 15)

    Section 15. The sum of $1,819,500, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Architect of the Capitol to meet its ordinary and contingent expenses operational expenses for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023.

ARTICLE 20

 

          Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended by changing Section 65 and adding Section 67 of Article 118 as follows:

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 118, Section 65)

          Sec. 65.  The sum of $20,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Illinois Emergency Management Agency for grants and operational expenses associated with the administration of the Illinois Non for Profit Illinois’ Not-for-Profit Security Grant Program, including but not limited to deposit into the IEMA State Projects Fund, per Public Act 100-0508.

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 118, Section 67 New)

    Sec. 67. The sum of $20,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the IEMA State Projects Fund to the Illinois Emergency Management Agency for grants and operational expenses associated with the administration of the Illinois’ Not-for-Profit Security Grant Program, per Public Act 100-0508.

 

ARTICLE 20.5

 

     Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended, by changing Section 125 of Article 134 as follows:

 

     (P.A. 102-0698, Article 134, Section 125)

     Sec. 125.  The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary is appropriated, from the General Revenue Fund to Richland Community College the Illinois Community College Board for costs associated with the Grow Your Own Teachers Program at Richland Community College in Decatur.

 

ARTICLE 21

 

    Section 1. “AN ACT making appropriations”, Public Act 102-0698, approved April 19, 2022, as amended by Public Act 102-1122, is amended by changing Section 15 of Article 135 as follows:

 

    (P.A. 102-0698, Article 135, Section 15)

    Sec. 15.  The amount of $303,566,200 301,566,200, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Illinois Student Assistance Commission from the General Revenue Fund for grant awards to students eligible for the Monetary Award Program, as provided by law, and for agency administrative and operational costs not to exceed 2 percent of the total appropriation in this Section.

 

ARTICLE 22

 

    Section 5. The sum of $33,791,050, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, is appropriated to the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives for furnishing the items provided in Section 4 of the General Assembly Compensation Act to members of their respective houses throughout the year in connection with their legislative duties and responsibilities and not in connection with any political campaign as prescribed by law. Of this amount, 37.436% is appropriated to the President of the Senate for such expenditures and 62.564% is appropriated to the Speaker of the House for such expenditures.

 

    Section 10. Payments from the sums appropriated in Section 5 shall be made only upon the delivery of a voucher approved by the member to the State Comptroller. The voucher shall also be approved by the President of the Senate or the Speaker of the House of Representatives as the case may be.

 

    Section 15. The sum of $34,603,400, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, is appropriated to meet the ordinary and incidental expenses of the Senate legislative leadership and legislative staff assistants and the House Majority and Minority leadership staff, general staff, and office operations. Of this amount, 25.62% is appropriated to the President of the Senate for such expenditures, 25.62% is appropriated to the Senate Minority Leader for such expenditures, 24.82% is appropriated to the Speaker of the House for such expenditures, and 23.94% is appropriated to the House Minority Leader for such expenditures.

 

    Section 20. The sum of $11,882,100, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, is appropriated to the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives for the ordinary and incidental expenses of committees, the general staff and operations, per diem employees, special and standing committees, and expenses incurred in transcribing and printing of debates. Of this amount, 43.018% is appropriated to the President of the Senate for such expenditures and 56.982% is appropriated to the Speaker of the House for such expenditures.

 

    Section 25. The sum of $309,200, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, is appropriated to the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives for the ordinary and incidental expenses, also including the purchasing on contract as required by law of printing, binding, printing paper, stationery and office supplies. For the House, no part of which shall be expended for expenses of purchasing, handling, or distributing such supplies and against which no indebtedness shall be incurred without the written approval of the Speaker of the House of Representatives. Of this amount, 69.277% is appropriated to the President of the Senate for such expenditures and 30.723% is appropriated to the Speaker of the House for such expenditures.

 

    Section 30. The sum of $6,483,050, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, is appropriated to the President of the Senate for the use of standing committees for expert witnesses, technical services, consulting assistance, and other research assistance associated with special studies and long range research projects which may be requested by the standing committees and the Speaker of the House of Representatives for Standing House Committees pursuant to the Legislative Commission Reorganization Act of 1984. Of this amount, 46.862% is appropriated to the President of the Senate for such expenditures and 53.138% is appropriated to the Speaker of the House for such expenditures.

 

    Section 35. The sum of $167,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, is appropriated to the President of the Senate and the Senate Minority Leader for allowances for the particular and additional services appertaining to or entailed by the respective officers of the Senate. Of this amount, 50% is appropriated to the President of the Senate for such expenditures and 50% is appropriated to the Senate Minority Leader for such expenditures.

 

    Section 40. The sum of $88,100, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, is appropriated to the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives for travel, including expenses to Springfield of members on official legislative business during weeks when the General Assembly is not in Session. Of this amount, 65.5% is appropriated to the President of the Senate for such expenditures and 34.5% is appropriated to the Speaker of the House of Representatives for such expenditures.

 

    Section 45. The sum of $341,600, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the General Assembly to meet ordinary and contingent expenses. Any use of funds appropriated under this Section must be approved jointly by the Clerk of the House of Representatives and the Secretary of the Senate.

 

    Section 50. As used in Section 15 hereof, except where the approval of the Speaker of the House of Representatives is expressly required for the expenditure of or the incurring of indebtedness against an appropriation for certain purchases on contract, “Speaker” means the leader of the party having the largest number of members of the House of Representatives as of January 13, 2022, and “Minority Leader” means the leader of the party having the second largest number of members of the House of Representatives as of January 13, 2022.

 

    Section 55. The sum of $113,700, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the Senate Operations Commission including the planning costs, construction costs, moving expenses, and all other costs associated with the construction and reconstruction of Senate offices in the Capitol Complex area.

 

    Section 60. The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, is appropriated from the General Assembly Operations Revolving Fund to the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives to meet ordinary and contingent expenses. Of this amount, 50% is appropriated to the President of the Senate for such expenditures and 50% is appropriated to the Speaker of the House of Representatives for such expenditures.

 

    Section 65. The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from appropriations made for such purposes in Section 65 of Article 35 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended, are reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund for expenses in connection with the planning and preparation of redistricting of Legislative and Representative Districts as required by Article IV, Section 3 of the Illinois Constitution of 1970:

  To the Senate President............................... 962

  To the Senate Minority Leader......................... 375

    TOTAL                                             $1,337

 

    Section 70. The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from appropriations hereto made for such purposes in Section 70 of Article 35 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended, are reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund for expenses in connection with the planning and preparation of redistricting of Legislative and Representative Districts as required by Article IV, Section 3 of the Illinois Constitution of 1970:

  To the House Speaker............................... 81,046

  To the House Minority Leader.......................      3

    TOTAL                                            $81,049

 

    Section 80. The following named lump sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remain unexpended at the close of  business on June 30, 2023, from appropriations heretofore made for such purposes in Section 80 of Article 35 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended, are reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund for expenses in connection with the planning and preparation of redistricting of Legislative and Representative Districts as required by Article IV, Section 3 of the Illinois Constitution of 1970:

  To the Senate President................................. 0

  To the Senate Minority Leader........................ 1,519

    TOTAL                                             $1,519

 

    Section 85. The following named lump sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from appropriations heretofore made for such purposes in Section 85 of Article 35 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended, are reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund for expenses in connection with the planning and preparation of redistricting of Legislative and Representative Districts as required by Article IV, Section 3 of the Illinois Constitution of 1970:

  To the House Speaker............................... 18,675

  To the House Minority Leader..........................   0

    TOTAL                                            $18,675

 

    Section 90. The sum of $18,538, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation made for such purposes in Section 90 of Article 35 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended, is reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Speaker of the House of Representatives to meet ordinary and contingent expenses, including, but not limited to, the replacement of audio system equipment for the House Chamber.

 

    Section 95. The following named lump sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from appropriations made for such purposes in Section 95 of Article 35 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended, are reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund for expenses in connection with the planning and preparation of redistricting of Legislative and Representative Districts as required by Article IV, Section 3 of the Illinois Constitution of 1970:

  To the Senate President......................... 2,059,826

  To the Senate Minority Leader.................... 2,020,586

    TOTAL                                         $4,080,412

 

    Section 100. The following named lump sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from appropriations made for such purposes in Section 100 of Article 35 Public Act 102-0698, as amended, are reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund for expenses in connection with the planning and preparation of redistricting of Legislative and Representative Districts as required by Article IV, Section 3 of the Illinois Constitution of 1970:

  To the House Speaker............................ 2,444,591

  To the House Minority Leader....................... 706,990

    TOTAL                                         $3,151,581

 

    Section 105. The sum of $3,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Assembly Technology Fund to the General Assembly to meet expenses related to audio and visual technology upgrades, including audio and visual upgrades. Any use of funds appropriated under this Section must be approved by the Joint Committee on Legislative Support Services.

 

ARTICLE 23

 

    Section 5. The sum of $4,514,600, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability to meet its operational expenses for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2023.

 

    Section 10.  The sum of $1,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability for the purpose of making pension pick up contributions to the State Employees’ Retirement System of Illinois for affected legislative staff employees for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2023.

 

    Section 15. The sum of $1,969,500, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Architect of the Capitol to meet its ordinary and contingent expenses for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2023.

 

    Section 16.  The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Architect of the Capitol for costs associated with the acquisition, placement and maintenance of the statue of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

 

    Section 20. The sum of $1,140,700, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules to meet its operational expenses for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2023.

 

    Section 25. The sum of $475,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Legislative Audit Commission to meet its operational expenses for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2023.

 

    Section 30. The sum of $200,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Legislative Ethics Commission to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the Commission for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2023.

 

    Section 35. The sum of $920,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the Legislative Inspector General for its ordinary and contingent expenses for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2023.

 

    Section 40. The sum of $6,166,700, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Legislative Information System to meet its operational expenses for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2023.

 

    Section 45. The following sum, or so much of that amount as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Assembly Computer Equipment Revolving Fund to the Legislative Information System for the fiscal year beginning, July 1, 2023:

    For Purchase, Maintenance, and Rental of

    General Assembly Electronic Data Processing

   Equipment and for other operational purposes

    of the General Assembly........................ 1,600,000

 

    Section 50. The sum of $2,484,700, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Legislative Printing Unit to meet its operational expenses for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2023.

 

    Section 55. The sum of $3,815,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Legislative Reference Bureau to meet its operational expenses for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2023.

 

ARTICLE 24

 

    Section 5.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Auditor General to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the Office of the Auditor General, as provided in the Illinois State Auditing Act:

For Personal Services:

  For Regular Positions..........................$7,500,000

For State Contribution to Social Security......... $600,000

    Total                                        $8,100,000

 

  Section 10.  The sum of $33,205,479, or so much of that amount as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Auditor General from the Audit Expense Fund for administrative and operations expenses and audits, studies, investigations, and expenses related to actuarial services.

 

ARTICLE 25

 

    Section 5. In addition to other sums appropriated the sum of $522,601,300, or so much thereof may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Supreme Court for operational expenses, awards, grants, permanent improvements, and probation reimbursements for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2024.

 

    Section 10. The sum of $29,131,200, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Mandatory Arbitration Fund to the Supreme Court for mandatory arbitration

programs.

 

    Section 15. The sum of $708,800, or so much thereof as may

be necessary, is appropriated from the Foreign Language Interpreter Fund to the Supreme Court for the Foreign Language

Interpreter Program.

 

    Section 20. The sum of $20,793,900, or so much thereof as

may be necessary, is appropriated from the Supreme Court Special Purposes Fund to the Supreme Court for the oversight

and management of electronic filing, case management systems,

and committees and commissions of the Supreme Court.

 

    Section 25. The sum of $6,000,000, or so much thereof as

may be necessary, is appropriated from the Supreme Court Federal Projects Fund to the Supreme Court for expenses relating to various federal projects.

 

    Section 30. The sum of $4,000,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, is appropriated from the Supreme Court Special State Projects Fund to the Supreme Court for expenses relating to various State projects.

 

    Section 35. The amount of $500,000, or so much thereof as

may be necessary, is appropriated from the Cannabis Expungement

Fund to the Supreme Court for the distribution to clerks of the

circuit court for the facilitation of petitions of expungement

of minor cannabis offenses pursuant to the Cannabis Regulation

and Tax Act.

 

    Section 40. The sum of $5,000,000, or so much thereof as

may be necessary, is appropriated from the Mandatory Arbitration Fund to the Supreme Court for the reduction of case backlogs and managing increases in case filings, modernizing court technology infrastructure and supporting Access to Justice programs.

 

    Section 45. The sum of $10,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Public Defender Fund to the Supreme Court to provide funding to counties for public defenders and public defender services.

 

ARTICLE 26

 

    Section 5. The sum of $4,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Supreme Court Historic Preservation Fund to the Supreme Court Historic Preservation Commission for historic preservation purposes.

 

    Section 10. The sum of $900,000 is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Supreme Court Historic Preservation Commission for deposit into the Supreme Court Historic Preservation Fund.

 

ARTICLE 27

 

    Section 5. The amount of $600,000, or so much of that amount as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Courts Commission for its ordinary and contingent expenses.

 

ARTICLE 28

 

    Section 5. The sum of $847,900, or so much of that sum as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Judicial Inquiry Board for its ordinary and contingent expenses.

 

ARTICLE 29

 

          Section 5. The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes named, are appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the Office of the State Appellate Defender.

 

  For Personal Services......................... $23,226,300

  For State Contributions to Social Security...... $1,776,900

  For Contractual Services....................... $22,964,000

  For Travel........................................ $47,000

  For Commodities................................... $33,000

  For Printing...................................... $25,000

  For Equipment.................................... $130,000

  For EDP........................................ $1,634,700

  For Telecommunications............................ $38,000

  Total......................................... $79,874,900

 

    Section 10. The amount of $210,800, or so much of that sum as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the State Appellate Defender for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the Expungement Program.

 

    Section 15. The amount of $111,000, or so much of that sum as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the State Appellate Defender to provide statewide training to Public Defenders under the Public Defender Training Program.

 

    Section 20. The amount of $514,700, or so much of that sum as may be necessary, is appropriated from General Revenue Fund to the Office of the State Appellate Defender to develop a Juvenile Defender Resource Center.

 

ARTICLE 30

 

          Section 1.  The following named amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Office of the State's Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor for the objects and purposes hereinafter named to meet its ordinary and contingent expenses for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2024:

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For Personal Services:                           

    Collective Bargaining Unit.................... $6,381,400

    Administrative Unit.......................... $1,753,800

  For State Contribution to the State

    Employees' Retirement System Pick Up:                   

    Collective Bargaining Unit...................... $255,300

    Administrative Unit............................. $70,100

  For State Contribution to Social Security:........ $488,200

    Collective Bargaining Unit...................... $134,200

    Administrative Unit

  For Contractual Services:

    General Contractual Services.................... $298,000

    Tax Objection Casework:......................... $3,500

  For Rental of Real Property:...................... $171,500

  For Travel:

    General Travel................................... $8,800

  For Commodities:

    General Commodities............................. $12,000

  For Printing:...................................... $5,000

  For Equipment:                                      

    General Equipment............................... $4,000

  For Electronic Data Processing:................... $82,000

  For Telecommunications:........................... $24,300

  For Operation of Auto:

    General Operation of Auto........................ $25,000

  For Continuing Legal Education:..................... $4,600

  For Expenses Pursuant to P.A. 84-1340,

    which requires the Office of the

    State's Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor

    to conduct training programs for

    Illinois State's Attorneys, Assistant

    State's Attorneys and Law Enforcement

    Officers on techniques and methods

    of eliminating or reducing the trauma

    of testifying in criminal proceedings

    for children who serve as witnesses

    in such proceedings; and other authorized

    criminal justice training programs:.............. $67,100

  For Appropriation to the State’s

    Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor for

    all costs associated with pre-trial

    release pursuant to 725 ILCS 5/110-2......... $20,000,000

  For Appropriation to the State’s Attorneys

    Appellate Prosecutor for a grant to the

    Cook County State's Attorney for

    expenses incurred in filing

    appeals in Cook County....................... $6,900,000

General Revenue Total:                          $66,688,800

 

Payable from State's Attorney Appellate Prosecutor's County Fund:

  For Personal Services:

    Administrative Unit.......................... $1,251,800

  For State Contribution to the

    State Employees' Retirement System Pick Up:        

    Administrative Unit............................. $50,100

  For State Contribution to the

    State Employees' Retirement System:

    Administrative Unit............................ $659,200

  For State Contribution to Social Security:

    Administrative Unit............................. $95,900

  For County Reimbursement to State for Group Insurance:

    Administrative Unit............................ $345,800

  For Contractual Services:                          

    General Contractual Services.................... $450,000

    Tax Objection Case Work......................... $16,000

    Labor Unit..................................... $257,000

  For Rental of Real Property:...................... $144,100

  For Travel:

    General Travel.................................. $15,500

  For Commodities:

    General Commodities.............................. $5,000

  For Printing:........................................ $800

  For Equipment:

    General Equipment................................ $2,200

  For Electronic Data Processing:.................... $35,400

  For Telecommunications:........................... $20,000

  For Operation of Automotive Equipment:

    General Operation of Auto........................ $6,500

    For Law Intern Program:......................... $18,200

State’s Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor

County Fund Total:                               $3,373,500

 

Payable from Personal Property Tax Replacement Fund:

  For Personal Services:......................... $1,057,000

  For State Contribution to the State Employees'

    Retirement System Pick Up:....................... $42,300

  For State Contribution to the State Employees’

    Retirement System:............................. $556,600

  For State Contribution to Social Security.......... $80,900

  For Reimbursement to State for Group Insurance:... $211,000

  For Contractual Services:........................ $580,000

  For Training Programs:.......................... $225,000

Personal Property Tax Replacement Fund Total       $2,752,800

 

Payable from Continuing Legal Education Trust Fund:       

  For Continuing Legal Education:................... $100,000

Continuing Legal Education Trust Fund Total:        $100,000

 

Payable from the Narcotics Profit Forfeiture Fund:

  For Expenses Pursuant to Drug Asset Forfeiture  

    Procedure Act:............................... $2,900,000

Narcotics Profit Forfeiture Fund Total:           $2,900,000

 

Payable from the Special Federal Grant Projects Fund:

  For Expenses Related to federally assisted

    Programs to assist local State's Attorneys

    including special appeals, drug related

    cases, and cases arising under the

    Narcotics Profit Forfeiture Act on the

    request of the State's Attorney and monies

    received from the Department of Justice:......... $50,000

Special Federal Grant Projects Fund Total             $50,000

 

Payable from the Cannabis Expungement Fund:

  For Distribution to local State’s

    Attorneys for the facilitation of

    petitions of expungement of minor

    cannabis offenses, pursuant to the

    Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act................. $500,000

 

(Total, $46,365,100; General Revenue Fund, $36,688,800; Office of the State's Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor's County Fund, $3,373,500; Personal Property Tax Replacement Fund $2,752,800; Continuing Legal Education Trust Fund, $100,000; Narcotics Profit Forfeiture Fund, $2,900,000; Special Federal Grant Projects Funds, $50,000; Cannabis Expungement Fund, $500,000).

 

ARTICLE 31

 

    Section 5.  The sum of $65,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the Attorney General to meet its operational expenses for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2024.

 

    Section 10.  The sum of $5,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the Attorney General for disbursement to the Illinois Equal Justice Foundation for use as provided in the Illinois Equal Justice Act.

 

    Section 15.  The sum of $1,150,000, or so much thereof as is available for use by the Attorney General, is appropriated to the Attorney General from the Illinois Gaming Law Enforcement Fund for State law enforcement purposes.

 

    Section 20.  The sum of $27,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Attorney General Court Ordered and Voluntary Compliance Payment Projects Fund to the Office of the Attorney General for use, subject to pertinent court order or agreement, in the performance of any function pertaining to the exercise of the duties of the Attorney General, including State law enforcement and public education.

 

    Section 25.  The sum of $2,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Illinois Charity Bureau Fund to the Office of the Attorney General to enforce the provisions of the Solicitation for Charity Act and to gather and disseminate information about charitable trustees and organizations to the public.

 

    Section 30.  The sum of $1,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Attorney General Whistleblower Reward and Protection Fund to the Office of the Attorney General for ordinary and contingent expenses, including State law enforcement purposes.

 

    Section 35.  The sum of $31,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Attorney General's State Projects and Court Ordered Distribution Fund to the Attorney General for payment of interagency agreements, for court-ordered distributions to third parties, and, subject to pertinent court order, for performance of any function pertaining to the exercise of the duties of the Attorney General, including State law enforcement and public education.

 

    Section 40.  The sum of $5,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from Violent Crime Victims Assistance Fund to the Office of the Attorney General for payment of awards and grants under the Violent Crime Victims Assistance Act.

 

    Section 45.  The sum of $13,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Attorney General Federal Grant Fund to the Office of the Attorney General for funding for federal grants.

 

    Section 50. The sum of $400,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Attorney General from the Domestic Violence Fund pursuant to Public Act 95-711 for grants to public or private nonprofit agencies for the purposes of facilitating or providing free domestic violence legal advocacy, assistance, or services to victims of domestic violence who are married or formerly married or parties or former parties to a civil union related to order of protection proceedings, or other proceedings for civil remedies for domestic violence.

 

    Section 55. The sum of $2,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Attorney General Tobacco Fund to the Office of the Attorney General for the oversight, enforcement, and implementation of the Master Settlement Agreement entered in the case of People of the State of Illinois v. Philip Morris, et al (Circuit Court of Cook County, No. 96L13146), for the administration and enforcement of the Tobacco Product Manufacturers’ Escrow Act, for the handling of tobacco-related litigation, and for other law enforcement activities of the Attorney General.

 

    Section 60. The sum of $1,400,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Access to Justice Fund to the Office of the Attorney General for disbursement to the Illinois Equal Justice Foundation pursuant to the Access to Justice Act.

 

    Section 65.  The sum of $215,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Cannabis Expungement Fund to the Office of the Attorney General for the ordinary and contingent expenses associated with the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act.

 

    Section 70.  The sum of $1,600,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Cannabis Expungement Fund to the Office of the Attorney General for disbursement to the Illinois Equal Justice Foundation for use as provided in the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act.

 

    Section 75. The sum of $10,500,000, or so much thereof as

may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund

to the office of the Attorney General for payment of awards and

grants under the Violent Crime Victims Assistance Act.

 

    Section 80. The sum of $7,000,000, or so much thereof as

may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund

to the Office of the Attorney General for ordinary and

contingent expenses and operational programs of the Crime

Victim Services Division.

 

    Section 90. The sum of $5,000,000, or so much thereof as

may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund

to the Office of the Attorney General for grants for

organized retail crime enforcement.

 

    Section 95. The sum of $4,000,000, or so much thereof as

may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue

Fund to the Office of the Attorney General for ordinary and

contingent expenses and operational programs of the Medicaid

Fraud Control Unit.

 

ARTICLE 32

 

    Section 5. The following named sums, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State to meet the ordinary, contingent, and distributive expenses of the following organizational units of the Office of the Secretary of State:

EXECUTIVE GROUP

  For Personal Services:

    For Regular Positions:

      Payable from General Revenue Fund............ 6,855,500

      For Extra Help:

      Payable from General Revenue Fund............... 88,700

  For Employee Contribution to State

   Employees' Retirement System:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund................ 138,200

    Payable from Road Fund ............................... 0

  For State Contribution to

   Social Security:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund................ 478,800

  For Contractual Services:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund................ 429,000

  For Travel Expenses:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund................. 21,500

  For Commodities:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund................. 19,800

  For Printing:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund.................. 1,300

  For Equipment:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund................. 12,500

  For Telecommunications:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund................. 38,600

GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE GROUP

  For Personal Services:

  For Regular Positions:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund............. 54,845,300

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from Lobbyist Registration Fund.......... 585,200

    Payable from Division of Corporations Registered Limited

     Liability Partnership Fund...................... 110,300

    Payable from Securities Audit

     and Enforcement Fund......................... 4,275,000

    Payable from Department of Business Services

     Special Operations Fund....................... 6,326,700

  For Extra Help:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund................ 584,800

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from Securities Audit

     and Enforcement Fund............................ 30,200

    Payable from Department of Business Services

     Special Operations Fund......................... 157,200

  For Employee Contribution to State

   Employees' Retirement System:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund.............. 1,106,300

    Payable from Lobbyist Registration Fund........... 11,700

    Payable from Division of Corporations Registered Limited

     Liability Partnership Fund....................... 2,200

    Payable from Securities Audit

     and Enforcement Fund............................ 91,500

    Payable from Department of Business Services

     Special Operations Fund......................... 128,500

  For State Contribution to

   State Employees' Retirement System:

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from Lobbyist Registration Fund.......... 308,100

    Payable from Division of Corporations Registered Limited

     Liability Partnership Fund....................... 58,100

    Payable from Securities Audit

     and Enforcement Fund......................... 2,267,000

    Payable from Department of Business Services

     Special Operations Fund....................... 3,414,200

  For State Contribution to

   Social Security:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund.............. 4,228,500

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from Lobbyist Registration Fund........... 47,100

    Payable from Division of Corporations Registered Limited

     Liability Partnership Fund........................ 8,100

    Payable from Securities Audit

     and Enforcement Fund........................... 273,900

    Payable from Department of Business Services

     Special Operations Fund......................... 485,500

  For Group Insurance:

    Payable from Lobbyist Registration Fund.......... 164,500

    Payable from Registered Limited

     Liability Partnership Fund....................... 51,400

    Payable from Securities Audit

     and Enforcement Fund......................... 1,341,500

    Payable from Department of Business

     Services Special Operations Fund.............. 2,503,700

  For Contractual Services:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund............. 17,603,700

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from Motor Fuel Tax Fund............... 1,300,000

    Payable from Lobbyist Registration Fund.......... 294,200

    Payable from Division of Corporations Registered Limited

     Liability Partnership Fund......................... 600

    Payable from Securities Audit

     and Enforcement Fund......................... 1,101,200

    Payable from Department of Business Services

     Special Operations Fund......................... 808,500

  For Travel Expenses:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund................ 110,700

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from Lobbyist Registration Fund............ 4,500

    Payable from Securities Audit

     and Enforcement Fund............................. 2,500

    Payable from Department of Business Services

     Special Operations Fund.......................... 4,000

  For Commodities:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund................ 903,000

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from Lobbyist Registration Fund............ 2,200

    Payable from Division of Corporations Registered Limited

     Liability Partnership Fund........................ 1,400

    Payable from Securities Audit

     and Enforcement Fund............................. 5,000

    Payable from Department of Business Services

     Special Operations Fund......................... 11,000

  For Printing:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund................ 458,000

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from Lobbyist Registration Fund............ 5,500

    Payable from Securities Audit

     and Enforcement Fund........................... 200,000

    Payable from Department of Business Services

    Special Operations Fund.......................... 82,000

  For Equipment:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund................ 857,100

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from Lobbyist Registration Fund............ 7,000

    Payable from Division of Corporations Registered Limited

     Liability Partnership Fund........................... 0

    Payable from Securities Audit

     and Enforcement Fund........................... 100,000

    Payable from Department of Business Services

     Special Operations Fund......................... 15,000

  For Electronic Data Processing:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund.............. 4,600,000

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from the Secretary of State

     Special Services Fund........................ 6,000,000

  For Telecommunications:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund................ 155,200

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from Lobbyist Registration Fund............ 2,200

    Payable from Division of Corporations Registered Limited

     Liability Partnership Fund......................... 600

    Payable from Securities Audit

     and Enforcement Fund............................ 13,400

    Payable from Department of Business Services

     Special Operations Fund......................... 37,000

  For Operation of Automotive Equipment:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund................ 380,000

    Payable from Securities Audit

     and Enforcement Fund........................... 192,500

    Payable from Department of Business Services

     Special Operations Fund......................... 95,000

  For Refunds:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund................. 18,000

    Payable from Road Fund......................... 2,250,000

MOTOR VEHICLE GROUP

  For Personal Services:

  For Regular Positions:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund............ 130,253,500

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from CDLIS/AAMVAnet/NMVTIS Trust Fund.......... 0

    Payable from the Secretary of State

     Special License Plate Fund...................... 781,500

    Payable from Motor Vehicle Review

     Board Fund..................................... 145,100

    Payable from Vehicle Inspection Fund........... 1,323,200

  For Extra Help:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund.............. 8,101,500

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from Vehicle Inspection Fund................... 0

  For Employee Contribution to

   State Employees' Retirement System:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund.............. 2,827,800

    Payable from CDLIS/AAMVAnet/NMVTIS Trust Fund.......... 0

    Payable from the Secretary of State

     Special License Plate Fund....................... 15,600

    Payable from Motor Vehicle Review Board Fund....... 2,900

    Payable from Vehicle Inspection Fund.............. 26,500

  For State Contribution to

   State Employees' Retirement System:

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from CDLIS/AAMVAnet/NMVTIS Trust Fund.......... 0

    Payable from the Secretary of State

     Special License Plate Fund...................... 411,500

    Payable from Motor Vehicle Review Board Fund...... 76,400

    Payable from Vehicle Inspection Fund............. 696,800

  For State Contribution to

   Social Security:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund.............. 9,867,800

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from CDLIS/AAMVAnet/NMVTIS Trust Fund.......... 0

    Payable from the Secretary of State

     Special License Plate Fund....................... 59,400

    Payable from Motor Vehicle Review

     Board Fund...................................... 11,100

    Payable from Vehicle Inspection Fund............. 103,000

  For Group Insurance:

    Payable from CDLIS/AAMVAnet/NMVTIS Trust Fund.......... 0

    Payable from the Secretary of State

     Special License Plate Fund...................... 424,100

    Payable From Motor Vehicle Review

     Board Fund........................................... 0

    Payable from Vehicle Inspection Fund............. 668,200

  For Contractual Services:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund............. 20,257,900

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from CDLIS/AAMVAnet/NMVTIS

     Trust Fund................................... 1,514,500

    Payable from the Secretary of State

     Special License Plate Fund...................... 650,000

    Payable from Motor Vehicle Review

     Board Fund........................................... 0

    Payable from Vehicle Inspection Fund............. 945,600

  For Travel Expenses:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund................ 252,000

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from CDLIS/AAMVAnet/NMVTIS

     Trust Fund....................................... 2,400

    Payable from the Secretary of State

     Special License Plate Fund....................... 19,000

    Payable from Motor Vehicle Review

     Board Fund........................................... 0

    Payable from Vehicle Inspection Fund................... 0

  For Commodities:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund................ 232,900

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from CDLIS/AAMVAnet/NMVTIS

     Trust Fund................................... 4,020,000

    Payable from the Secretary of State

     Special License Plate Fund.................... 1,000,000

    Payable from Motor Vehicle

     Review Board Fund.................................... 0

    Payable from Vehicle Inspection Fund.............. 25,000

  For Printing:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund.............. 1,154,500

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from the Secretary of State

     Special License Plate Fund...................... 750,000

    Payable from Motor Vehicle Review

     Board Fund........................................... 0

    Payable from Vehicle Inspection Fund................... 0

  For Equipment:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund................ 800,000

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from CDLIS/AAMVAnet/NMVTIS Trust Fund.... 112,600

    Payable from the Secretary of State

     Special License Plate Fund...................... 100,000

    Payable from Motor Vehicle Review

     Board Fund........................................... 0

    Payable from Vehicle Inspection Fund................... 0

  For Telecommunications:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund.............. 1,377,200

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

    Payable from the Secretary of State

     Special License Plate Fund...................... 280,500

    Payable from Motor Vehicle Review

     Board Fund........................................... 0

    Payable from Vehicle Inspection Fund.............. 30,000

  For Operation of Automotive Equipment:

    Payable from General Revenue Fund................ 606,000

    Payable from Road Fund................................ 0

  For Refunds:

    Payable from the Motor Vehicle Review Board Fund. 100,000

 

    Section 10.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State for any operations, alterations, rehabilitation, and nonrecurring repairs and maintenance of the interior and exterior of the various buildings and facilities under the jurisdiction of the Office of the Secretary of State, including sidewalks, terraces, and grounds and all labor, materials, and other costs incidental to the above work:

  From General Revenue Fund......................... 600,000

 

    Section 15. The sum of $3,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for new construction and alterations, and maintenance of the interiors and exteriors of the various buildings and facilities under the jurisdiction of the Office of the Secretary of State.

 

    Section 20. The sum of $4,662,226, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from appropriations heretofore made for such purpose in Article 45, Section 15 and Section 20 of Public Act 102-0698, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for new construction and alterations, and maintenance of the interiors and exteriors of the various buildings and facilities under the jurisdiction of the Office of the Secretary of State.

 

    Section 25. The sum of $800,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Parking Facility Maintenance Fund to the Secretary of State for the maintenance of parking facilities owned or operated by the Secretary of State.

 

    Section 30. The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State for the following purposes:

For annual equalization grants, per capita and

 area grants to library systems, and per

 capita grants to public libraries, under

 Section 8 of the Illinois Library System

 Act. This amount is in addition to any

 amount otherwise appropriated to the Office

 of the Secretary of State:

  From General Revenue Fund....................... 34,001,500

  From Live and Learn Fund................................ 0

 

    Section 35. The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State for library services for the blind and physically handicapped:

  From General Revenue Fund........................ 1,165,400

  From Live and Learn Fund................................ 0

  From Accessible Electronic Information

   Service Fund........................................... 0

 

    Section 40. The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State for the following purposes:

For annual per capita grants to all school

 districts of the State for the establishment

 and operation of qualified school libraries

 or the additional support of existing

 qualified school libraries under Section 8.4

 of the Illinois Library System Act.

 This amount is in addition to any

 amount otherwise appropriated to the

 Office of the Secretary of State:

  From General Revenue Fund........................ 1,609,500

  From Live and Learn Fund................................ 0

 

    Section 45. The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State for grants to library systems for library computers and new technologies to promote and improve interlibrary cooperation and resource sharing programs among Illinois libraries:

  From Live and Learn Fund................................ 0

  From Secretary of State Special

   Services Fund.......................................... 0

 

    Section 50. The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State for annual library technology grants and for direct purchase of equipment and services that support library development and technology advancement in libraries statewide:

  From General Revenue Fund........................ 5,580,000

  From Live and Learn Fund................................ 0

  From Secretary of State Special

   Services Fund.................................. 1,826,000

    Total                                         $7,406,000

 

    Section 55. The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the General Revenue Fund for the purpose of making grants to libraries for construction and renovation as provided in Section 8 of the Illinois Library System Act. This amount is in addition to any amount otherwise appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State:

  From General Revenue Fund......................... 870,800

 

    Section 60. The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State for the following purposes: For library services under the Federal Library Services and Technology Act, P.L. 104-208, as amended; and the National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities Act of 1965, P.L. 89-209. These amounts are in addition to any amounts otherwise appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State:

  From Federal Library Services Fund............... 6,500,000

 

    Section 65. The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State for support and expansion of the Literacy Programs administered by education agencies, libraries, volunteers, or community based organizations or a coalition of any of the above:

  From General Revenue Fund........................ 4,468,300

  From Live and Learn Fund................................ 0

  From Federal Library Services Fund:

  From LSTA Title IA...................................... 0

  From Secretary of State Special

   Services Fund.................................. 1,300,000

 

    Section 70.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State for tuition and fees and other expenses related to the program for Illinois Archival Depository System Interns:

  From General Revenue Fund............................... 0

 

    Section 75.  The sum of $0, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of Secretary of State for the Penny Severns Summer Family Literacy Grants.

 

    Section 80.  In addition to any other sums appropriated for such purposes, the sum of $1,288,800, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for a grant to the Chicago Public Library.

 

    Section 85.  The sum of $0, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for all expenditures and grants to libraries for the Project Next Generation Program.

 

    Section 90. The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the General Revenue Fund for the purpose of promotion of organ and tissue donations:

  From General Revenue Fund........................ 1,750,000

 

    Section 95. The sum of $50,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Secretary of State Special License Plate Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for grants to benefit Illinois Veterans Home libraries.

 

    Section 100. The sum of $35,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the Master Mason Fund to provide grants to Illinois Masonic Charities Fund, a not-for-profit corporation, for charitable purposes.

 

    Section 105. The sum of $135,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Secretary of State from the Illinois Pan Hellenic Trust Fund to provide grants for charitable purposes sponsored by African-American fraternities and sororities.

 

    Section 110. The sum of $28,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Secretary of State from the Park District Youth Program Fund to provide grants for the Illinois Association of Park Districts: After School Programming.

 

    Section 115. The sum of $215,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Secretary of State from the Illinois Route 66 Heritage Project Fund to provide grants for the development of tourism, education, preservation and promotion of Route 66.

 

    Section 120. The sum of $600,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Police Memorial Committee Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for grants to the Police Memorial Committee for maintaining a memorial statue, holding an annual memorial commemoration, and giving scholarships or grants to children and spouses of police officers killed in the line of duty.

 

    Section 125. The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State for such purposes in Section 3-646 of the Illinois Vehicle Code, for grants to the Regional Organ Bank of Illinois and to Mid-America Transplant Services for the purpose of promotion of organ and tissue donation awareness. These amounts are in addition to any amounts otherwise appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State:

  From Organ Donor Awareness Fund.................... 170,000

 

    Section 130. The sum of $450,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Secretary of State from the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation Fund for grants to the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation for maintenance of a memorial and park, holding an annual memorial commemoration, giving scholarships to children of police officers killed or catastrophically injured in the line of duty, providing financial assistance to police officers and their families when a police officer is killed or injured in the line of duty, and paying the insurance premiums for police officers who are terminally ill.

 

    Section 135. The sum of $155,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Secretary of State from the Marine Corps Scholarship Fund to provide grants per Section 3-651 of the Illinois Vehicle Code.

 

    Section 140. The sum of $1,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Secretary of State Federal Projects Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for the payment of any operational expenses relating to the cost incident to augmenting the Illinois Commercial Motor Vehicle safety program by assuring and verifying the identity of drivers prior to licensure, including CDL operators; for improved security for Drivers Licenses and Personal Identification Cards; and any other related program deemed appropriate by the Office of the Secretary of State.

 

    Section 145. The sum of $1,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the Securities Investors Education Fund for any expenses used to promote public awareness of the dangers of securities fraud.

 

    Section 150. The sum of $5,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the Secretary of State Evidence Fund for the purchase of evidence, for the employment of persons to obtain evidence, and for the payment for any goods or services related to obtaining evidence.

 

    Section 155. The sum of $225,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Electric Vehicle Rebate Fund to the Office of Secretary of State for the cost of administering the Electric Vehicle Rebate Act.

 

    Section 160. The sum of $235,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Secretary of State Special Services Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for office automation and technology.

 

    Section 165. The sum of $20,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Motor Vehicle License Plate Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for the cost incident to providing new or replacement plates for motor vehicles.

 

    Section 170. The sum of $3,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Secretary of State DUI Administration Fund to the Office of Secretary of State for operation of the Department of Administrative Hearings of the Office of Secretary of State and for no other purpose.

 

    Section 175. The sum of $15,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Secretary of State Police DUI Fund to the Secretary of State for the payments of goods and services that will assist in the prevention of alcohol-related criminal violence throughout the State.

 

    Section 180. The sum of $1,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Secretary of State Police Services Fund to the Secretary of State for purposes as indicated by the grantor or contractor or, in the case of money bequeathed or granted for no specific purpose, for any purpose as deemed appropriate by the Director of the Secretary of State Department of Police in administering the responsibilities of the Secretary of State Department of Police.

 

    Section 185. The sum of $300,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Office of the Secretary of State Grant Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State to be expended in accordance with the terms and conditions upon which such funds were received.

 

    Section 190. The sum of $24,300, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the State Library Fund to increase the collection of books, records, and holdings; to hold public forums; to purchase equipment and resource materials for the State Library; and for the upkeep, repair, and maintenance of the State Library building and grounds.

 

    Section 195. The following sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State for any operations, alterations, rehabilitations, new construction, and maintenance of the interior and exterior of the various buildings and facilities under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of State to enhance security measures in the Capitol Complex:

  From General Revenue Fund........................ 5,000,000

 

    Section 200.  The sum of $50,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Secretary of State Identification Security and Theft Prevention Fund to the Office of Secretary of State for all costs related to implementing identification security and theft prevention measures.

 

    Section 205.  The sum of $2,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the Driver Services Administration Fund for the payment of costs related to the issuance of temporary visitor’s driver’s licenses, and other operational costs, including personnel, facilities, computer programming, and data transmission.

 

   Section 210.  The sum of $2,400,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Monitoring Device Driving Permit Administration Fee Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for all Secretary of State costs associated with administering Monitoring Device Driving Permits per Public Act 95-0400.

 

   Section 215.  The sum of $300,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Indigent BAIID Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State to reimburse ignition interlock device providers per Public Act 95-0400, including reimbursements submitted in prior years.

 

   Section 220.  The sum of $45,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the Vehicle Hijacking and Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention and Insurance Verification Trust Fund for awards, grants, and operational support to implement the Illinois Vehicle Hijacking and Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention and Insurance Verification Act, and for operational expenses of the Office to implement the Act.

 

   Section 225.  The sum of $50,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Secretary of State from the Illinois Professional Golfers Association Foundation Junior Golf Fund for grants to the Illinois Professional Golfers Association Foundation to help Association members expose Illinois youngsters to the game of golf.

 

   Section 230.  The sum of $160,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Secretary of State from the Agriculture in the Classroom Fund for grants to support Agriculture in the Classroom programming for public and private schools within Illinois.

 

    Section 235.  The sum of $25,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Secretary of State from the Boy Scout and Girl Scout Fund for grants to the Illinois divisions of the Boy Scouts of America and the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A.

 

    Section 240.  The sum of $45,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Secretary of State from the Support Our Troops Fund for grants to Illinois Support Our Troops, Inc. for charitable assistance to the troops and their families in accordance with its Articles of Incorporation.

 

    Section 245.  The sum of $4,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the Rotary Club Fund for grants for charitable purposes sponsored by the Rotary Club.

 

    Section 250.  The sum of $13,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the Ovarian Cancer Awareness Fund for grants to the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition, Inc. for ovarian cancer research, education, screening, and treatment.

 

    Section 255.  The sum of $6,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the Sheet Metal Workers International Association of Illinois Fund for grants for charitable purposes sponsored by Illinois chapters of the Sheet Metal Workers International Association.

 

    Section 260.  The sum of $120,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the Illinois Police Association Fund for providing death benefits for the families of police officers killed in the line of duty, and for providing scholarships, for graduate study, undergraduate study, or both, to children and spouses of police officers killed in the line of duty.

 

    Section 265.  The sum of $8,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Secretary of State from the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Fund for grants to the Teamsters Joint Council 25 Charitable Trust for religious, charitable, scientific, literary, and educational purposes.

 

    Section 270. The sum of $16,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the Fraternal Order of Police Fund for grants to the Illinois Fraternal Order of Police to increase the efficiency and professionalism of law enforcement officers in Illinois, to educate the public about law enforcement issues, to more firmly establish the public confidence in law enforcement, to create partnerships with the public, and to honor the service of law enforcement officers.

 

    Section 275. The sum of $35,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Secretary of State from the Share the Road Fund for grants to the League of Illinois Bicyclists, a not for profit corporation, for educational programs instructing bicyclists and motorists how to legally and more safely share the roadways.

 

    Section 280.  The sum of $0, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the St. Jude Children’s Research Fund for grants to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital for pediatric treatment and research.

 

    Section 285. The sum of $25,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the Ducks Unlimited Fund for grants to Ducks Unlimited, Inc. to fund wetland protection, enhancement, and restoration projects in the State of Illinois, to fund education and outreach for media, volunteers, members, and the general public regarding waterfowl and wetlands conservation in the State of Illinois, and to cover reasonable cost for Ducks Unlimited plate advertising and administration of the wetland conservation projects and education program.

 

    Section 290. The sum of $200,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Secretary of State from the Family Responsibility Fund for all costs associated with enforcement of the Family Financial Responsibility Law.

 

    Section 295. The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the Illinois State Police Memorial Park Fund for grants to the Illinois State Police Heritage Foundation, Inc. for building and maintaining a memorial and park, holding an annual memorial commemoration, giving scholarships to children of State police officers killed or catastrophically injured in the line of duty, and providing financial assistance to police officers and their  families when a police officer is killed or injured in the line of duty.

 

    Section 300. The sum of $5,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the Illinois Sheriffs' Association Scholarship and Training Fund for grants to the Illinois Sheriffs' Association for scholarships obtained in a competitive process to attend the Illinois Teen Institute or an accredited college or university, for programs designed to benefit the elderly and teens, and for law enforcement training.

 

    Section 305.  The sum of $1,300,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the Alzheimer’s Awareness Fund for grants to the Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association, Greater Illinois Chapter, for Alzheimer’s care, support, education, and awareness programs.

 

    Section 310.  The sum of $35,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the Illinois Nurses Foundation Fund for grants to the Illinois Nurses Foundation, to promote the health of the public by advancing the nursing profession in this State.

 

    Section 315.  The sum of $3,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the Hospice Fund for grants to a statewide organization whose primary membership consists of hospice programs.

 

    Section 320.  The sum of $35,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the Octave Chanute Aerospace Heritage Fund for grants to the Rantoul Historical Society and Museum, or any other charitable foundation responsible for the former exhibits and collections of the Chanute Air Museum, for operational and program expenses of the Chanute Air Museum and any other structure housing exhibits and collections of the Chanute Air Museum.

 

    Section 325.  The sum of $11,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Secretary of State Special Services Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for operating program expenses related to the enforcement of administering laws related to vehicles and transportation.

 

    Section 330.  The sum of $0, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for all Secretary of State costs associated with the implementation of the provisions of Article XIV of the Illinois Constitution, including, without limitation, the duties under the Constitutional Convention Act and the Illinois Constitutional Amendment Act.

 

    Section 335.  The amount of $150,000, or so much of this amount as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for ordinary and contingent expenses of the Executive Inspector General.

 

    Section 340.  The sum of $300 or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Guide Dogs of America Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for such purposes in Section 3-699.14 of the Illinois Vehicle Code (625 ILCS 5).

 

    Section 345.  The sum of $13,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Illinois EMS Memorial Scholarship and Training Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for such purposes in Section 3-684 of the Illinois Vehicle Code (625 ILCS 5).

 

          Section 350.  The amount of $25,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Secretary of State from the General Revenue Fund for deposit into the Secretary of State Special Services Fund for technology modernization and maintenance of information technology systems and infrastructure and other costs.

 

    Section 355. The sum of $25,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for a grant to Oak Park Library for all costs associated with programs and services provided to communities.

 

    Section 360. The sum of $25,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for a grant to North Riverside Library for all costs associated with programs and services provided to communities.

 

    Section 365. The sum of $25,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for a grant to Berwyn Library for all costs associated with programs and services provided to communities.

 

    Section 370. The sum of $25,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for a grant to Poplar Creek Library for all costs associated with programs and services provided to communities.

 

    Section 375. The sum of $25,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for a grant to La Grange Library for all costs associated with programs and services provided to communities.

 

    Section 380. The sum of $2,273,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for grants, contracts, and administrative expenses associated with Agudath Israel of Illinois for school transportation.

 

    Section 385.  The amount of $3,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for grants to academic libraries for Open Education Resources.

 

    Section 390.  The amount of $370,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the Secretary of State for a grant to St. Clair County for costs associated with operating expenses.

 

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    Section 5.  The sum of $24,040,800, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the Office of the State Comptroller, which includes in part, the approximate sum of $250,000 for the Comptroller’s Office of Inspector General.

 

    Section 10.  The sum of $1,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the State Comptroller from the Comptroller's Administrative Fund for the discharge of duties of the office.

 

    Section 15.  The sum of $50,300, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the State Comptroller from the State Lottery Fund for expenses in connection with the State Lottery.

 

    Section 20. The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated to the Office of the State Comptroller for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2024:

  For Personal Services and Related Lines:

   Official Court Reporting............................... 0

  For Employee Retirement Contributions

   Paid by the Employer................................... 0

  For State Contributions to the State

   Employees’ Retirement System........................... 0

  For State Contributions to Social

   Security............................................... 0

  For Travel:

   For Official Court Reporting........................... 0

  For Contractual Services................................ 0

  For Commodities......................................... 0

  For Printing............................................ 0

  For Equipment........................................... 0

  For Telecommunications.................................. 0

  For Electronic Data Processing........................    0

    Total                                                 $0

 

    Section 25. The sum of $0, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the State Comptroller for ordinary and contingent expenses associated with the payment to official court reporters pursuant to law.

 

    Section 30. The sum of $99,650,900, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Personal Property Tax Replacement Fund to the State Comptroller for ordinary and contingent expenses associated with the payment to official Court reporters pursuant to law.

 

    Section 35.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the State Comptroller to pay the elected State officers of the Executive Branch of the State Government, at various rates prescribed by law:

  For the Governor.................................. 217,100

  For the Lieutenant Governor........................ 169,800

  For the Secretary of State........................ 193,400

  For the Attorney General.......................... 193,400

  For the Comptroller............................... 169,800

  For the State Treasurer........................... 169,800

    Total                                         $1,113,300

 

    Section 40.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the State Comptroller to pay certain appointed officers of the Executive Branch of the State Government, at the various rates prescribed by law:

From General Revenue Fund:

  Department on Aging

    For the Director................................ 174,100

  Department of Agriculture

    For the Director...................................... 0

    For the Assistant Director............................ 0

  Department of Central Management Services

    For the Director................................ 205,800

    For 2 Assistant Directors........................ 349,800

  Department of Children and Family Services

    For the Director...................................... 0

  Department of Corrections

    For the Director................................ 211,000

    For the Assistant Director....................... 179,400

  Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity

    For the Director................................ 205,800

    For 2 Assistant Director......................... 349,800

  Environmental Protection Agency

    For the Director................................ 189,900

    For the Electric Vehicle Coordinator............. 189,900

  Department of Financial and Professional

   Regulation

    For the Secretary..................................... 0

    For the Director...................................... 0

    For the Director...................................... 0

  Department of Human Services

    For the Secretary............................... 211,000

    For 3 Assistant Secretaries...................... 538,100

  Department of Insurance

    For the Director ..................................... 0

  Department of Juvenile Justice

    For the Director................................ 174,100

  Department of Labor

    For the Director................................ 189,900

    For the Assistant Director....................... 165,300

    For the Chief Factory Inspector................... 59,200

    For the Superintendent of Safety Inspection

     and Education................................... 65,100

  Illinois State Police

    For the Director................................ 211,000

    For the Assistant Director....................... 147,500

  Department of Military Affairs

    For the Adjutant General......................... 174,100

    For two Chief Assistants to the

     Adjutant General............................... 296,000

  Department of Lottery

    For the Superintendent................................ 0

  Department of Natural Resources

    For the Director...................................... 0

    For the Assistant Director............................ 0

    For six Mine Officers........................... 106,500

    For four Miners' Examining Officers.................... 0

  Illinois Labor Relations Board

    For the Chairman................................ 118,400

    For four State Labor Relations Board

     members........................................ 426,000

    For two Local Labor Relations Board

     members........................................ 213,000

    For the Local Labor Relations Board Chairman..... 106,500

  Department of Healthcare and Family Services

    For the Director................................ 205,800

    For the Assistant Director....................... 174,900

  Department of Public Health

    For the Director................................ 211,000

    For the Assistant Director....................... 179,400

  Department of Revenue

    For the Director................................ 205,800

    For the Assistant Director....................... 174,900

  Property Tax Appeal Board

    For the Chairman................................. 73,400

    For four members................................ 236,700

  Department of Veterans' Affairs

    For the Director................................ 211,000

    For the Assistant Director....................... 179,400

  Civil Service Commission

    For the Chairman................................. 34,500

    For four members................................ 114,900

  Commerce Commission

    For the Chairman................................ 152,000

    For four members................................ 530,900

  Court of Claims

    For the Chief Judge.............................. 73,700

    For the six Judges.............................. 407,700

  Commission on Equity and Inclusion

    For the Chairman................................ 141,800

    For six members................................. 809,600

  State Board of Elections

    For the Chairman................................. 66,300

    For the Vice-Chairman............................ 54,500

    For six members................................. 255,600

  Illinois Emergency Management Agency

    For the Director...................................... 0

    For the Assistant Director............................ 0

  Department of Human Rights

    For the Director................................ 174,100

  Human Rights Commission

    For the Chairman................................ 141,800

    For six members................................. 809,600

  Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission

    For the Chairman...................................... 0

    For nine members...................................... 0

  Liquor Control Commission

    For the Chairman................................. 44,200

    For six members................................. 231,700

    For the Secretary................................ 42,600

    For the Chairman and one member as

     designated by law, $200 per diem

     for work on a license appeal

     commission...................................... 55,000

  Executive Ethics Commission

    For nine members................................ 383,400

  Illinois Power Agency

    For the Director...................................... 0

  Pollution Control Board

    For the Chairman................................ 137,300

    For four members................................ 530,900

  Prisoner Review Board

    For the Chairman................................ 108,800

    For fourteen members of the

  Prisoner Review Board........................... 1,363,400

  Secretary of State Merit Commission

    For the Chairman...................................... 0

    For four members................................. 58,600

  Educational Labor Relations Board

    For the Chairman................................ 118,400

    For four members................................ 426,000

  Illinois State Police

    For seven members of the State Police

     Merit Board, $268 per diem,

     whichever is applicable in accordance

     with law, for a maximum of 100

     days each...................................... 187,600

  Firearm Owner’s Identification Card Review Board

    For seven members............................... 298,200

  Department of Transportation

    For the Secretary..................................... 0

    For the Assistant Secretary........................... 0

  Office of Small Business Utility Advocate

    For the small business utility advocate................ 0

    Total                                        $14,862,600

 

    Section 45.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the State Comptroller to pay certain officers of the Legislative Branch of the State Government, at the various rates prescribed by law:

Office of Auditor General

  For the Auditor General........................... 194,100

  For two Deputy Auditor Generals.................... 279,400

    Total                                           $473,500

 

  For salaries of the members of the General Assembly, for both the House of Representatives and the Senate; including base salary of $89,675 for each member of the General Assembly and additional amounts, as prescribed by law, for Speaker of the House, President of the Senate, Minority Leader of the House, Minority Leader of the Senate, Speaker Pro Tempore of the House, President Pro Tempore of the Senate, Majority Leaders in both chambers, 10 assistant majority and minority leaders in the Senate, 12 assistant majority and minority leaders, majority and minority caucus chairmen in the Senate, majority and minority conference chairmen in the House, 2 Deputy Majority and the 2 Deputy Minority leaders in the House, Majority Officer in the House, Majority Officer in the Senate, chairmen and minority spokesmen of standing committees in the Senate (except the Committee on Assignments), and chairmen and minority spokesmen of standing committees in the House......................... $18,825,800

 

  For per diem allowances for the

   members of the Senate, as

   provided by law.................................. 400,000

  For per diem allowances for the

   members of the House, as

   provided by law.................................. 800,000

  For mileage for all members of the

   General Assembly, as provided

   by law........................................... 450,000

    Total                                         $1,650,000

 

    Section 50.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the State Comptroller to pay certain appointed officers of the Executive Branch of the State Government, at the various rates prescribed by law:

Department of Agriculture

  For the Director

    From Feed Control Fund.......................... 189,900

  For the Assistant Director

    From Feed Control Fund.......................... 165,300

Department of Children and Family Services

  For the Director

    From DCFS Children’s Services Fund............... 211,000

Illinois Emergency Management Agency

  For the Director

   From Nuclear Safety Emergency

    Preparedness Fund .............................. 189,900

  For the Assistant Director

    From Radiation Protection Fund................... 165,300

Department of Financial and Professional

 Regulation

  From the Professions Indirect Cost Fund

    For the Secretary............................... 205,800

    For the Director................................ 189,900

    For the Director................................ 189,900

Illinois Power Agency

  For the Director

   From the Illinois Power Agency Operations Fund.... 189,900

Department of Insurance

  From the Insurance Producer Administration Fund

    For the Director................................ 189,900

    For the Assistant Director....................... 165,300

Department of Lottery

    For the Superintendent

     From State Lottery Fund......................... 189,900

Department of Natural Resources

  Payable from Park and Conservation Fund

    For the Director................................ 189,900

    For the Assistant Director....................... 165,300

  Payable from Coal Mining Regulatory Fund

    For six Mine Officers................................. 0

    For four Miners' Examining Officers.................... 0

Department of Transportation

  Payable from Road Fund

    For the Secretary............................... 211,000

    For the Assistant Secretary...................... 179,400

Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission

  Payable from Illinois Workers’ Compensation

    Commission Operations Fund

    For the Chairman................................ 173,100

    For nine members.............................. 1,483,700

Office of the State Fire Marshal

  For the State Fire Marshal:

    From Fire Prevention Fund........................ 174,100

Illinois Racing Board

  For eleven members of the Illinois

   Racing Board, $300 per diem to a

   maximum $14,202 as prescribed by law:

    From the Horse Racing Fund....................... 156,300

Department of Employment Security

 Payable from Title III Social Security and

  Employment Fund:

    For the Director................................ 205,800

    For five members of the Board

     of Review....................................... 75,000

Department of Innovation and Technology

 Payable from Technology Management 

  Revolving Fund:

    For the Secretary............................... 211,000

    For the Assistant Secretary...................... 179,400

Department of Real Estate

 Payable from Real Estate License

  Administration Fund:

    For the Director................................ 189,900

Department of Financial and Professional Regulation

 Payable from Bank and Trust Company Fund:

  For the Director.................................. 189,900

Subtotals:

  Feed Control Fund................................. 355,200

  DCFS Children’s Services Fund...................... 211,000

  Nuclear Safety Emergency Preparedness Fund......... 189,900

  Radiation Protection Fund......................... 165,300

  Professions Indirect Cost Fund..................... 585,600

  Illinois Power Agency Operations Fund.............. 189,900

  Insurance Producer Administration Fund............. 355,200

  State Lottery Fund................................ 189,900

  Park and Conservation Fund......................... 355,200

  Coal Mining Regulatory Fund............................. 0

  Road Fund......................................... 390,400

  Illinois Workers’ Compensation

  Commission Operations Fund....................... 1,656,800

  Fire Prevention Fund.............................. 174,100

  Horse Racing Fund................................. 156,300

  Bank and Trust Company Fund........................ 189,900

  Title III Social Security and

   Employment Fund.................................. 280,800

  Technology Management Revolving Fund............... 390,400

  Real Estate License Administration Fund............ 189,900

    Total                                         $6,025,800

 

    Section 55.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated to the State Comptroller in connection with the payment of salaries for officers of the Executive and Legislative Branches of State Government:

For State Contribution to State Employees'

 Retirement System:

  From Horse Racing Fund.................................. 0

  From Fire Prevention Fund.......................... 91,700

  From Bank and Trust Company Fund................... 100,000

  From Title III Social Security

   and Employment Fund.............................. 147,900

  From Feed and Control Fund......................... 187,000

  From DCFS Children’s Services Fund................. 111,200

  From Nuclear Safety Emergency Preparedness Fund.... 100,000

  From Radiation Protection Fund...................... 87,000

  From Professions Indirect Cost Fund................ 308,400

  From Illinois Power Agency Operations Fund......... 100,000

  From Insurance Producer Administration Fund........ 187,000

  From State Lottery Fund........................... 100,000

  From Park and Conservation Fund.................... 187,000

  From Coal Mining Regulatory Fund........................ 0

  From Road Fund.................................... 205,600

  From Illinois Workers’ Compensation

   Commission Operations Fund........................ 872,400

  From Technology Management Revolving Fund.......... 205,600

  From Real Estate License Administration Fund....... 100,000

    Total........................................ $3,090,800

For State Contribution to Social Security:

  From General Revenue Fund........................ 1,465,800

  From Horse Racing Fund............................. 12,000

  From Fire Prevention Fund.......................... 12,500

  From Bank and Trust Company Fund.................... 12,700

  From Title III Social Security

   and Employment Fund............................... 18,600

  From Feed Control Fund............................. 25,100

  From DCFS Children’s Services Fund.................. 12,900

  From Nuclear Safety Emergency Preparedness Fund..... 12,700

  From Radiation Protection Fund...................... 12,400

  From Professions Indirect Cost Fund................. 38,300

  From Illinois Power Agency Operations Fund.......... 12,700

  From Insurance Producer Administration Fund......... 25,100

  From State Lottery Fund............................ 12,700

  From Park and Conservation Fund..................... 25,100

  From Coal Mining Regulatory Fund........................ 0

  From Road Fund..................................... 25,400

  From Illinois Workers’ Compensation

   Commission Operations Fund........................ 123,400

  From Technology Management Revolving Fund........... 25,400

  From Real Estate License Administration Fund........ 12,700

    Total........................................ $1,884,500

For Group Insurance:

  From Fire Prevention Fund.......................... 25,700

  From Bank and Trust Company Fund.................... 25,700

  From Title III Social Security and

   Employment Fund................................... 25,700

  From Feed Control Fund............................. 51,400

  From DCFS Children’s Services Fund.................. 25,700

  From Nuclear Safety Emergency Preparedness Fund..... 25,700

  From Radiation Protection Fund...................... 25,700

  From Professions Indirect Cost Fund................. 77,100

  From Illinois Power Agency Operations Fund.......... 25,700

  From Insurance Producer Administration Fund......... 51,400

  From State Lottery Fund............................ 25,700

  From Park and Conservation Fund..................... 51,400

  From Coal Mining Regulatory Fund........................ 0

  From Road Fund..................................... 51,400

  From Illinois Workers’ Compensation

   Commission Operations Fund........................ 257,000

  From Technology Management Revolving Fund........... 51,400

  From Real Estate License Administration Fund........ 25,700

    Total                                           $822,400

 

    Section 60. The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the State Comptroller to pay certain appointed officers of the Executive Branch of the State Government, at the various rates prescribed by law:

Executive Inspector Generals

  For the Executive Inspector General for the

   Office of the Governor........................... 195,000

  For the Executive Inspector General for the

   Office of the Attorney General.................... 155,000

  For the Executive Inspector General for the

   Office of the Secretary of State.................. 155,000

  For the Executive Inspector General for the

   Office of the Comptroller........................ 135,000

  For the Executive Inspector General for the

   Office of the Treasurer.......................... 135,000

    Total                                           $775,000

 

    Section 65. The amount of $1,817,700, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the State Comptroller for contingencies in the event that any amounts appropriated in Sections 35 through 60 of this Article are insufficient.

 

    Section 70.  The amount of $0, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Pension Stabilization Fund to the Office of the State Comptroller for funding the unfunded liabilities of the General Assembly Retirement System. Amounts appropriated under this Section shall be in addition to, and not in lieu of, any State contributions required under Section 2-124 of the Illinois Pension Code.

 

    Section 75.  The amount of $0, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Pension Stabilization Fund to the Office of the State Comptroller for funding the unfunded liabilities of the Judges Retirement System. Amounts appropriated under this Section shall be in addition to, and not in lieu of, any State contributions required under Section 18-131 of the Illinois Pension Code.

 

    Section 80.  The amount of $0, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Pension Stabilization Fund to the Office of the State Comptroller for funding the unfunded liabilities of the State Employees' Retirement System. Amounts appropriated under this Section shall be in addition to, and not in lieu of, any State contributions required under Section 14-131 of the Illinois Pension Code.

 

    Section 85.  The amount of $0, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Pension Stabilization Fund to the Office of the State Comptroller for funding the unfunded liabilities of the Teachers' Retirement System of the State of Illinois. Amounts appropriated under this Section shall be in addition to, and not in lieu of, any State contributions required under Section 16-158 of the Illinois Pension Code.

 

    Section 90.  The amount of $0, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Pension Stabilization Fund to the Office of the State Comptroller for funding the unfunded liabilities of the State Universities Retirement System. Amounts appropriated under this Section shall be in addition to, and not in lieu of, any State contributions required under Section 15-155 of the Illinois Pension Code.

 

ARTICLE 34

 

    Section 5. The sum of $14,126,850, or so much of that sum as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Treasurer’s Administrative Fund to the Office of the State Treasurer to meet its operational expenses for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2024.

 

    Section 10. The sum of $1,000,000, or so much of that sum as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the State Treasurer for the purpose of making refunds of accrued interest on protested tax cases.

 

    Section 15. The sum of $19,341,860, or so much of that sum as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Pensions Fund to the Office of the State Treasurer to meet its operational expenses for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2024.

 

    Section 20. The sum of $9,176,430, or so much of that sum as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Treasurer’s Bank Services Trust Fund to the State Treasurer for the operational expenses authorized under the State Treasurer's Bank Services Trust Fund Act.

 

    Section 25. The following amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes named in this Section, are appropriated to the State Treasurer for the payment of interest on and retirement of State bonded indebtedness:

 

For payment of principal and interest on any and all bonds issued pursuant to the Anti-Pollution Bond Act, the Transportation Bond Act, the Capital Development Bond Act of 1972, the School Construction Bond Act, the Illinois Coal and Energy Development Bond Act, and the General Obligation Bond Act:

From the General Obligation Bond Retirement and Interest Fund:

  Principal.................................. $2,129,408,970 

  Interest................................... $1,412,727,990 

    Total                                     $3,542,136,960

 

    Section 30. The sum of $1,000,000, or so much of that sum as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Obligation Bond Rebate Fund to the State Treasurer for the purpose of making arbitrage rebate payments to the United States government.

 

    Section 35. The sum of $1,000,000, or so much of that sum as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Charitable Trust Stabilization Fund to the State Treasurer for the State Treasurer’s operational costs to administer the Charitable Trust Stabilization Fund and for grants to public and private entities in the State for the purposes set out in the Charitable Trust Stabilization Act.

 

    Section 40.  The sum of $250,000, or so much of that sum as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Treasurer’s Capital Fund for the construction, reconstruction, renovation, repair, operation and maintenance of the buildings, grounds and facilities of the State Treasurer.

 

    Section 45.  The sum of $2,500,000, or so much of that sum as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Illinois Higher Education Savings Program Fund to the Office of the State Treasurer for the Illinois Higher Education Savings Program.

 

ARTICLE 35

 

    Section 5. The amount of $36,000,000, or so much of that sum as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Illinois Power Agency from the Illinois Power Agency Operations Fund for its current and prior year ordinary and contingent expenses, as well as for refunds.

 

    Section 10. The sum of $4,000,000, or so much of that sum as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Illinois Power Agency from the Illinois Power Agency Operations Fund for its ordinary and contingent expenses pursuant to the Energy Transition Act.

 

    Section 15. The amount of $56,000,000, or so much of that sum as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Illinois Power Agency from the Illinois Power Agency Renewable Energy Resources Fund for the funding of current and prior fiscal year purchases of renewable energy resources and related expenses, including the refund of bidder deposit fees, refund of overpayments of alternative compliance payments, and expenses related to the development and administration of the Illinois Solar for All Program, pursuant to subsections (b), (c), and (i) of Section 1-56 of the Illinois Power Agency Act.

 

    Section 20. The amount of $11,000,000, or so much of that sum as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Illinois Power Agency from the investment proceeds of the Illinois Power Agency Trust Fund for deposit into the Illinois Power Agency Operations Fund pursuant to subsection (c) of Section 6z-75 of the State Finance Act.

 

ARTICLE 36

 

    Section 5. The sum of $1,891,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Court of Claims for its ordinary and contingent expenses.

 

    Section 10.  The amount of $450,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Court of Claims Administration and Grant Fund to the Court of Claims for administrative expenses under the Crime Victims Compensation Act.

 

    Section 15.  The following named amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Court of Claims for payment of claims as follows:

For claims under the Crime Victims

 Compensation Act:

  Payable from the Court of Claims

   Federal Grant Fund........................... $10,000,000

 

    Section 20.  The amount of $3,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Court of Claims for payment of awards solely as a result of the lapsing of an appropriation originally made from any funds held by the State Treasurer.

 

    Section 25. The amount of $6,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Court of Claims for payment of line of duty awards.

 

    Section 30.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims for payment of claims as follows:

For claims under the Crime Victims

 Compensation Act:

  Payable from General Revenue Fund.............. $20,000,000

For claims other than Crime Victims:

  Payable from the General Revenue Fund........... 20,000,000

    Total                                        $40,000,000

 

    Section 35.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Court of Claims for payment of claims as follows:

For claims other than the Crime Victims

 Compensation Act:

  Payable from the Road Fund....................... $500,000

  Payable from the DCFS Children's

   Services Fund.................................. 3,000,000

  Payable from the Facilities

    Management Revolving Fund...................... 2,000,000

    Total                                         $5,500,000

 

ARTICLE 37

 

    Section 5. In addition to other sums appropriated, the sum of $24,342,100, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the State Board of Elections for operational expenses, grants, and reimbursements for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2024.

 

    Section 10. The sum of $300,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Elections Special Projects Fund to the State Board of Elections for its ordinary and contingent expenses.

 

    Section 15. The following amounts, or so much of those amounts as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated from the Personal Property Tax Replacement Fund to the State Board of Elections for its ordinary and contingent expenses as follows: 

 

  For reimbursement to counties for increased

    compensation for judges and other election

    officials, as provided in Public Acts 81-850,

    81-1149, and 90-672 – Election Day

    Judges only.................................. $2,385,740

 

  For payment of lump sum awards to

    county clerks, county recorders, and

    chief election clerks as a compensation

    for additional duties required of

    such officials by consolidation of

    elections laws, as provided in Public Acts

    82-691 and 90-713.............................. $754,000

    Total                                         $2,454,000

 

    Section 20. The following amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Help Illinois Vote Fund to the State Board of Elections for implementation of the Help America Vote Act of 2002:

 

  For the maintenance of the statewide

    voter registration system, as required

    by Section 1A-25 of the Election

    Code, including administrative and

    programmatic costs associated with

    voter registration activities................... $560,000

 

  For administrative costs and discretionary

    grants to local election authorities

    under the HAVA Election Security Grant....... $15,277,900

    Total                                        $15,837,900

 

     Section 25. The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Elections Special Projects Fund to the State Board of Elections for its ordinary and contingent expenses from funds made available from the Federal Election Security Grant.

 

   Section 30. The sum of $1,659,840, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Elections Special Projects Fund to the State Board of Elections for its ordinary and contingent expenses from funds made available from the EASE 3.0 Federal Grant.

 

ARTICLE 38

 

  Section 5.  The sum of $14,400,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the Governor for operational expenses of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2024.

 

    Section 10.  The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Governor's Grant Fund to the Office of the Governor to be expended in accordance with the terms and conditions upon which such funds were received and in the exercise of the powers or performance of the duties of the Office of the Governor.

 

    Section 15.  The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Governor from the Governor’s Administrative Fund for the discharge of duties of the office.

 

    Section 20.  The sum of $1,200,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the Governor for a grant associated with operational expenses of the Office of New Americans.

 

ARTICLE 39

 

    Section 5.  The amount of $2,666,300, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the Lieutenant Governor to meet its operational expenses for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2023.

 

    Section 10.  The sum of $47,500, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Office of the Lieutenant Governor for all costs associated with Rural Affairs including any grants or administrative expenses.

 

    Section 15.  The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Office of the Lieutenant Governor from the Lieutenant Governor’s Grant Fund for ordinary and contingent expenses associated with the office.

 

ARTICLE 40

 

    Section 5.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated for the ordinary and contingent expenses for the Illinois Department on Aging for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2024:

OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For Personal Services........................... 2,000,000

  For State Contributions to Social Security......... 153,000

  For Contractual Services.......................... 208,000

  For Travel........................................ 100,000

    Total                                         $2,461,000

 

    Section 10.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated for the ordinary and contingent expenses for the Illinois Department on Aging:

DIVISION OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For Personal Services........................... 2,203,000

  For State Contribution to Social Security.......... 169,000

  For Contractual Services......................... 2,635,000

  For Travel......................................... 20,000

  For Commodities.................................... 22,600

  For Printing...................................... 110,000

  For Equipment...................................... 19,000

  For Telecommunications............................ 350,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment..................... 65,000

    Total                                         $5,593,600

DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS

OPERATION

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses in Support of the

   Department on Aging Grants, Fee for Service,

   Contractual Obligations and Intergovernmental

   Agreements, including prior year costs............ 725,000

Payable from the Department on Aging

 State Projects Fund:

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses of Private

   Partnership Projects............................. 345,000

Payable from the Services for Older Americans Fund:

  For Personal Services............................. 997,000

  For State Contributions to State

   Employees’ Retirement System...................... 529,000

  For State Contributions to Social Security.......... 76,300

  For Group Insurance............................... 231,300

  For Contractual Services.......................... 500,000

  For Travel......................................... 65,000

  For Commodities..................................... 6,500

  For Telecommunications............................. 50,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment..................... 15,000

DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS

OPERATIONS

Payable from the Services for Older Americans Fund:

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic expenses of

   Governmental Discretionary Projects............. 3,500,000

 

    Section 15.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated for the ordinary and contingent expenses for the Illinois Department on Aging:

DIVISION OF COMMUNITY SUPPORTIVE SERVICES

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For Personal Services............................. 780,000

  For State Contributions to Social Security.......... 60,000

  For Contractual Services........................... 80,000

  For Travel........................................ 120,000

    Total                                         $1,040,000

DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS

OPERATIONS

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses of the

   Senior Employment Specialist Program.............. 190,300

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses of the

   Senior Meal Program (USDA)........................ 56,200

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses of the

   Senior Employment Program....................... 1,457,800

DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS

GRANTS

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For Grandparents Raising

   Grandchildren Program.......................... 1,300,000

Payable from the Services for Older Americans Fund:

  For Personal Services............................. 745,000

  For State Contributions to State

   Employee’ Retirement............................. 394,000

  For State Contributions to Social Security.......... 73,500

  For Group Insurance............................... 205,600

  For Contractual Services.......................... 345,000

  For Travel........................................ 110,000

    Total                                         $2,173,100

DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS

OPERATIONS

Payable from the Services for Older Americans Fund:

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses of the

   Senior Meal Program USDA......................... 225,000

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses of

   Older Americans Training......................... 200,000

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses of

   Governmental Discretionary Projects............. 2,000,000

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses of

   Title V Services................................. 300,000

DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS

GRANTS

Payable from the Services for Older Americans Fund:

  For USDA Child and Adult Food

   Care Program, including prior years costs......... 450,000

  For Title V Employment Services,

   Including prior years costs..................... 4,000,000

  For Title III Social Services,

    including prior years costs................... 26,000,000

  For Title III B Ombudsman,

    including prior years costs.................... 7,000,000

  For USDA National Lunch Program,

    including prior years costs.................... 3,500,000

  For National Family Caregiver

   Support Program, including prior years costs... 18,000,000

  For Title VII Prevention of Elder

   Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation,

    including prior years costs.................... 1,800,000

  For Title VII Long-Term Care

   Ombudsman Services for Older Americans,

    including prior years costs.................... 1,800,000

  For Title III D Preventive Health,

    including prior years costs.................... 2,000,000

  For Nutrition Services Incentive

   Program, including prior years costs........... 15,000,000

  For Title III C-1 Congregate

   Meals Program, including prior years costs..... 27,000,000

  For Title III C-2 Home Delivered

   Meals Program, including prior years costs..... 45,000,000

DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS

OPERATIONS

Payable from the Commitment to Human Services Fund:

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses of the

   Home Delivered Meals Program................... 52,300,000

DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS

GRANTS

Payable from the Commitment to Human Services Fund:

  For Retired Senior Volunteer Program............... 551,800

  For Planning and Service Grants to

   Area Agencies on Aging........................ 15,590,500

  For Caregiver Support Services................... 5,273,800

  For Intergenerational and

   Foster Grandparents Program....................... 376,400

  For Equal Distribution of

   Community Based Services........................ 1,751,200

DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS

GRANTS

Payable from the Tobacco Settlement Recovery Fund:

  For Senior Health Assistance Programs............ 2,800,000

 

    Section 17.  The sum of $1,300,000 for administrative and programmatic use, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Commitment to Human services Fund to the Department on Aging for their discretionary use to assist with aging service access throughout the State of Illinois

 

    Section 18.   The sum, not to exceed, of $253,578, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department on Aging for a one-time payment to National Able for Services rendered 7/1/22 – 9/30/22 for the Senior Employment Program.

 

    Section 20.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated for the ordinary and contingent expenses for the Illinois Department on Aging:

DIVISION OF COMMUNITY CARE SERVICES

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For Personal Services............................. 722,000

  For State Contributions to Social Security.......... 55,200

  For Contractual Services.......................... 315,000

  For Community Care Services Travel.................. 65,300

    Total                                         $1,157,500

DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS

OPERATIONS

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses of

   Program Development and Training.................. 400,000

Payable from the Services for Older Americans Fund:

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses of Community

   Care Program Governmental

   Discretionary Projects......................... 2,000,000

DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS

GRANTS

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For the administrative and

   programmatic expenses including

   grants and fee for service associated

   with the purchases of services

   covered by the Community Care

   Program including prior years costs........... 432,925,000

Payable from the Commitment to Human Services Fund:

  For grants, programmatic and

   administrative expenses associated

   with comprehensive case coordination

   including prior years costs................... 108,800,000

  For the administrative and programmatic

   expenses including grants and fee

   for service associated with the

   purchases of services covered by the

   Community Care Program including

   prior years costs............................ 750,000,000

 

    Section 25.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated for the ordinary and contingent expenses for the Illinois Department on Aging:

DIVISION OF AGING CLIENT RIGHTS

DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS

OPERATIONS

Payable from the Services for Older Americans Fund:

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses of Aging Rights

   Governmental Discretionary Projects............ 16,000,000

  For the Expenses of Aging Rights

   Training and Conference Planning.................. 200,000

Payable from the Commitment to Human Services Fund:

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses of

   Adult Protective Services

   Including Prior Years Cost..................... 24,200,000

Payable from the Long-term Care Ombudsman Fund:

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses of the

   Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program,

    Including prior year costs..................... 4,600,000

DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS

GRANTS

Payable from the Commitment to Human Services Fund:

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses of the

   Ombudsman Program, including prior year costs... 4,550,000

 

    Section 30.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated for the ordinary and contingent expenses for the Illinois Department on Aging:

DIVISION OF COMMUNITY OUTREACH

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For Personal Services............................. 570,000

  For State Contributions to Social Security.......... 44,000

  For Contractual Services........................... 25,000

  For Travel......................................... 20,000

    Total                                           $659,000

DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS

OPERATIONS

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses of Illinois

   Council on Aging.................................. 10,000

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses of

   Senior Community Outreach Events................ 1,315,000

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses of

   Senior HelpLine................................ 3,328,000

Payable from the Senior Health Insurance Program Fund:

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses of the

   Senior Health Insurance Program................. 2,700,000

Payable from the Services for Older Americans Fund:

  For the Administrative and

   Programmatic Expenses of

   Governmental Discretionary Projects............. 2,500,000

 

    Section 35.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated for the ordinary and contingent expenses for the Illinois Department on Aging:

OFFICE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS

OPERATIONS

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For DoIT Electronic Data Processing.............. 7,057,800

 

     Section 40. The sum of $1,000,000, or so much of that amount as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department on Aging  for a grant to the Age Options in Oak Park for operating expenses.

 

    Section 45. The sum of $150,000, or so much of that amount as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department on Aging for a grant to the Senior Services Center of Will County for costs associated with the Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Pilot Program.

 

ARTICLE 41

 

    Section 5.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the Department of Agriculture:

FOR OPERATIONS

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

Payable from General Revenue Fund:

  For Personal Services........................... 1,079,900

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................... 82,600

  For Contractual Services.......................... 300,000

  For Refunds........................................ 10,000

    Total                                         $1,472,500

 

    Section 10.  The amount of $660,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Agriculture for all costs associated with the Crop Insurance Rebate Initiative.

 

    Section 15.  The sum of $1,142,800, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Agriculture for costs and expenses related to or in support of the agency’s operations.

 

    Section 20.  The sum of $550,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Agriculture for costs associated with Future Farmers of America membership fees.

 

    Section 25.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Department of Agriculture for the following purposes:

Payable from the Agricultural Premium Fund:

  For expenses related to the Food Safety

   Modernization Initiative......................... 200,000

  For deposit into the State Cooperative

   Extension Service Trust Fund................... 10,000,000

    Total                                        $10,200,000

 

    Section 30.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the Department of Agriculture:

Payable from Wholesome Meat Fund:

  For Personal Services............................. 260,000

  For State Contributions to State

    Employees' Retirement System..................... 137,800

  For State Contributions to

    Social Security.................................. 20,100

  For Group Insurance................................ 69,000

  For Contractual Services.......................... 210,000

  For Travel......................................... 35,000

  For Commodities.................................... 11,100

  For Printing....................................... 20,000

  For Equipment...................................... 50,000

  For Telecommunications............................. 20,000

    Total                                           $833,000

 

    Section 35. The sum of $312,200, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Wholesome Meat Fund to the Department of Agriculture for costs and expenses related to or in support of the agency’s operations.

 

    Section 40.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Department of Agriculture for the following purposes:

Payable from Partners for Conservation Fund:

  For deposit into the State Cooperative

   Extension Service Trust Fund...................... 994,700

  For deposit into the State Cooperative

   Extension Service Trust Fund for

   operational expenses and programs

   at the University of Illinois Cook

   County Cooperative Extension Service............ 2,449,200

 

    Section 45.  The sum of $30,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Agriculture Federal Projects Fund to the Department of Agriculture for the expenses of various federal projects, including, but not limited to, the Local Food Purchase Assistance Program.

   

    Section 50.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Agriculture for:

COMPUTER SERVICES

Payable from General Revenue Fund:

  For Electronic Data Processing................... 2,735,400

  For Contractual Services.......................... 550,000

 

    Section 55.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the Department of Agriculture:

FOR OPERATIONS

AGRICULTURE REGULATION

Payable from General Revenue Fund:

  For Personal Services........................... 1,626,800

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security.................................. 125,600

  For Contractual Services.......................... 479,500

  For Commodities..................................... 3,000

  For Printing........................................ 2,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 16,200

  For Operation of Auto Equipment..................... 25,000

    Total                                         $2,278,100

 

    Section 60.  The sum of $1,841,600, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fertilizer Control Fund to the Department of Agriculture for expenses relating to agricultural products inspection.

 

    Section 65.  The sum of $2,712,300, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Feed Control Fund to the Department of Agriculture for Feed Control.

 

    Section 70.  The amount of $500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Agriculture from the Agriculture Federal Projects Fund for expenses of various federal projects.

 

    Section 75.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the Department of Agriculture:

MARKETING

Payable from General Revenue Fund:

  For Personal Services........................... 1,568,600

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security.................................. 120,300

Payable from Agricultural Premium Fund:

  For Expenses Connected With the Promotion

    and Marketing of Illinois Agriculture

    and Agriculture Exports........................ 2,250,000

  For Implementation of Programs

    and Activities to Promote, Develop

    and Enhance the Biotechnology

    Industry in Illinois............................ 100,000

  For Expenses Related to Viticulturist

    and Enologist Contractual Staff.................. 150,000

Payable from Federal Agricultural Marketing

 Services Fund:

  For Administering Illinois' Part under Public

    Law No. 733, "An Act to provide for further

    research into basic laws and principles

    relating to agriculture and to improve

    and facilitate the marketing and

    distribution of agricultural products"............ 60,000

Payable from Agriculture Federal

 Projects Fund:

  For Expenses of Various Federal Projects......... 1,150,000

 

    Section 80.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated to the Department of Agriculture:

MEDICINAL PLANTS

Payable from the Compassionate Use of Medical

 Cannabis Fund:

  For all costs associated with the

    Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis

    Program....................................... 5,851,100

Payable from the Industrial Hemp Regulatory Fund:

  For all costs associated with the

    Operation, Implementation, and Enforcement

    of the Industrial Hemp Act..................... 2,019,500

 

    Section 85.  The sum of $20,554,900, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Cannabis Regulation Fund to the Department of Agriculture for all costs associated with the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act.

 

    Section 90.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Agriculture for:

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES

Payable from the Weights and Measures Fund:

  For Personal Services........................... 3,085,500

  For State Contributions to State

    Employees' Retirement System................... 1,619,100

  For State Contributions to

    Social Security................................. 233,700

  For Group Insurance............................. 1,219,000

  For Contractual Services.......................... 369,100

  For Travel......................................... 65,000

  For Commodities.................................... 22,000

  For Printing....................................... 14,000

  For Equipment..................................... 400,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 50,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment.................... 452,000

  For Refunds........................................ 10,000

    Total                                         $7,539,400

Payable from the Motor Fuel and Petroleum

 Standards Fund:

  For the Regulation of Motor Fuel Quality............ 50,000

Payable from the Agriculture Federal

 Projects Fund:

  For Expenses of various

   Federal Projects................................. 200,000

 

    Section 95.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Agriculture for:

ANIMAL INDUSTRIES

Payable from General Revenue Fund:

  For Personal Services........................... 1,935,400

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security.................................. 148,300

  For Contractual Services.......................... 250,000

  For Travel........................................ 125,000

  For Commodities................................... 100,000

  For Printing........................................ 6,000

  For Equipment...................................... 90,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 33,300

  For Operation of Auto Equipment.................... 115,000

    Total                                         $2,803,000

Payable from the Illinois Department of

 Agriculture Laboratory Services Revolving Fund:

  For Expenses Authorized by the Animal

   Disease Laboratories Act.......................... 40,000

Payable from the Illinois Animal Abuse Fund:

  For Expenses Associated with the

   Investigation of Animal Abuse

   and Neglect under the Humane Care

   for Animals Act.................................... 4,000

Payable from the Agriculture Federal Projects Fund:

  For Expenses of Various Federal Projects........... 100,000

 

    Section 100.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Agriculture for:

MEAT AND POULTRY INSPECTION

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For Personal Services........................... 3,980,000

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security.................................. 305,000

  For Contractual Services.......................... 582,600

  For Travel........................................ 100,000

  For Commodities.................................... 23,300

  For Printing........................................ 2,500

  For Equipment...................................... 40,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 40,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment.................... 115,000

    Total                                         $5,188,400

Payable from Agricultural Master Fund:

  For Expenses Relating to

    Inspection of Agricultural Products............ 1,315,700

Payable from Wholesome Meat Fund:

  For Personal Services........................... 4,220,000

  For State Contributions to State

   Employees' Retirement System.................... 2,235,600

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security.................................. 416,800

  For Group Insurance............................. 1,590,800

  For Contractual Services.......................... 582,600

  For Travel........................................ 115,000

  For Commodities.................................... 25,000

  For Printing........................................ 2,500

  For Equipment...................................... 45,300

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 40,000

  For Operation of Auto Equipment.................... 110,000

    Total                                         $9,383,600

Payable from the Agriculture Federal Projects Fund:

  For Expenses of Various Federal Projects............ 58,000

 

    Section 105.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the Department of Agriculture for:

LAND AND WATER RESOURCES

Payable from the Agricultural Premium Fund:

  For Personal Services............................. 867,600

  For State Contributions to State

   Employee’s Retirement System...................... 460,000

  For State Contributions to Social

   Security.......................................... 66,700

  For Contractual Services.......................... 200,000

  For Travel......................................... 60,000

  For Commodities..................................... 7,000

  For Printing........................................ 4,000

  For Equipment...................................... 15,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 12,500

  For Operation of Automotive Equipment............... 15,000

  For the Ordinary and Contingent

   Expenses of the Natural Resources

   Advisory Board..................................... 2,000

    Total                                         $1,709,800

Payable from the Partners for Conservation Fund:

  For Personal Services............................. 750,000

  For State Contributions to State

  Employees’ Retirement System....................... 397,500

  For State Contributions to Social

   Security.......................................... 57,400

  For Group Insurance............................... 136,000

    Total                                         $1,340,900

 

    Section 110.  The sum of $3,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Agriculture from the Partners for Conservation Fund for grants to Soil and Water Conservation Districts to fund projects for landowner cost sharing, streambank stabilization, nutrient loss protection and sustainable agriculture.

 

    Section 115.  The sum of $8,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Agriculture from the Partners for Conservation Fund for grants to Soil and Water Conservation Districts for ordinary and contingent administrative expenses.

 

    Section 120.  The amount of $16,451,300, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Agriculture Federal Projects Fund to the Department of Agriculture for expenses relating to various federal projects.

 

    Section 125.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Agriculture for:

ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For Administration of the Livestock

   Management Facilities Act........................ 420,000

  For the Detection, Eradication, and

   Control of Exotic Pests, such as

   the Asian Long-Horned Beetle and

   Gypsy Moth....................................... 630,000

    Total                                         $1,050,000

Payable from the Used Tire Management Fund:

  For Mosquito Control............................... 50,000

Payable from Livestock Management Facilities Fund:

  For Administration of the Livestock

    Management Facilities Act........................ 50,000

Payable from Pesticide Control Fund:

  For Administration and Enforcement

   of the Pesticide Act of 1979.................... 7,700,000

Payable from Agriculture Pesticide Control Act Fund:

  For Expenses of Pesticide Enforcement Program...... 724,900

Payable from the Agriculture Federal Projects Fund:

  For Expenses of Various Federal Projects......... 1,000,000

 

    Section 130.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the Department of Agriculture for:

SPRINGFIELD STATE FAIR BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS

Payable from General Revenue Fund:

  For Personal Services........................... 2,089,700

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security.................................. 160,000

Payable from Agricultural Premium Fund:

  For Operations of Buildings and

   Grounds in Springfield including

   cost in prior years............................ 1,525,000

  For Awards to Livestock Breeders

   and Related Expenses............................. 221,500

    TOTAL                                         $1,746,500

Payable from the Illinois State Fair Fund:

  For Operations of the Illinois State Fair

   Including Entertainment and the Percentage

   Portion of Entertainment Contracts.............. 6,900,000

  For Awards and Premiums at the

   Illinois State Fair

   and related expenses............................. 495,000

  For Awards and Premiums for

   Horse Racing at the

   Illinois State Fairgrounds

   and related expenses............................. 178,600

    Total                                         $7,573,600

 

    Section 135.  The sum of $7,143,200, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Agriculture for ordinary and contingent expenses, including facilities management at the Illinois State Fairgrounds in Springfield and Du Quoin.

 

    Section 140.  The sum of $1,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Illinois State Fair Fund to the Department of Agriculture to promote and conduct activities at the Illinois State Fairgrounds at Springfield other than the Illinois State Fair, including administrative expenses.  No expenditures from the appropriation shall be authorized until revenues from fairground uses sufficient to offset such expenditures have been collected and deposited into the Illinois State Fair Fund.

 

    Section 145.  The sum of $3,589,500, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Tourism Promotion Fund to the Department of Agriculture for costs and operational expenses associated with the Springfield and Du Quoin Illinois State Fairs and fairgrounds, not including personal services.

 

    Section 150.  The sum of $1,965,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Agricultural Premium Fund to the Department of Agriculture for repairs, maintenance, and capital improvements including construction, reconstruction, improvement, repair and installation of capital facilities, cost of planning, supplies, materials, equipment, personal services and related costs, services and all other expenses required to complete the work for Permanent Improvements at the Illinois State Fairgrounds.

 

    Section 155.  The sum of $200,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Fairgrounds Capital Improvements and Harness Racing Fund to support the Department of Agriculture to provide support for harness race meetings, to repair and rehabilitate backstretch facilities at the Illinois State Fairgrounds and Du Quoin State Fairgrounds, and to repair and rehabilitate the capital infrastructure of the Illinois State Fairgrounds and Du Quoin State Fairgrounds.

 

    Section 160.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Agriculture for:

DU QUOIN BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS

Payable from General Revenue Fund:

  For Personal Services............................. 619,200

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................... 47,500

  For ordinary and contingent expenses

   related to the buildings and grounds at the

   DuQuoin State Fairgrounds........................ 750,000

    Total                                         $1,416,700

Payable from Illinois State Fair Fund:

  For operational expenses at the Illinois State Fairgrounds

   at Du Quoin other than the Illinois State Fair

   including administrative expenses................. 475,000

    TOTAL                                           $475,000

 

    Section 165.  The sum of $750,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Agricultural Premium Fund to the Department of Agriculture for repairs, maintenance, and capital improvements including construction, reconstruction, improvement, repair and installation of capital facilities, cost of planning, supplies, materials, equipment, personal services and related costs, services and all other expenses required to complete the work for Permanent Improvements at the Du Quoin State Fairgrounds.

 

    Section 170.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Agriculture for:

DU QUOIN STATE FAIR

Payable from General Revenue Fund:

  For Personal Services............................. 523,200

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security................................... 40,200

  For Contractual Services.......................... 500,000

  For Commodities.................................... 20,000

  For Printing........................................ 8,000

  For Telecommunications Services..................... 38,000

    Total                                         $1,129,400

Payable from the Illinois State Fair Fund:

  For Entertainment and other Expenses

   at the Du Quoin State Fair, including

   the Percentage Portion of

   Entertainment Contracts........................ 1,000,000

 

    Section 175.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Agriculture for:

COUNTY FAIRS AND HORSE RACING

Payable from the Agricultural Premium Fund:

  For Personal Services............................. 113,500

  For State Contributions to State

   Employees’ Retirement System....................... 60,300

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security.................................... 8,900

  For Contractual Services........................... 20,000

  For Travel.......................................... 1,500

  For Commodities....................................... 700

  For Printing.......................................... 200

  For Equipment....................................... 1,000

  For Telecommunications Services....................... 800

  For Operation of Auto Equipment....................... 600

  For distribution to encourage and aid

   county fairs and other agricultural

   societies.  This distribution shall be

   prorated and approved by the Department

   of Agriculture................................. 1,818,600

  For premiums to agricultural extension

   or 4-H clubs to be distributed at a

   uniform rate..................................... 786,400

  For premiums to vocational

   agriculture fairs................................ 325,000

  For rehabilitation of county fairgrounds......... 1,314,300

  For grants and other purposes for county

   fair and state fair horse racing.................. 329,300

    Total                                         $4,781,100

Payable from the Fair and Exposition Fund:

  For distribution to county fairs and

   fair and exposition authorities................... 960,000

Payable from the Illinois Racing

 Quarter Horse Breeders Fund:

  For promotion of the Illinois horse

   racing and breeding industry...................... 30,000

 

    Section 180.  The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Agriculture from the Future Farmers of America Fund for grants to the Illinois Association of Future Farmers of America.

 

    Section 185.  The sum of $2,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Agriculture for Personal Services and State Contributions to Social Security at the approximate costs below:

  For Personal Services........................... 1,857,873

  For State Contributions to Social Security......... 142,127

 

    Section 190.  The sum of $1,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Agriculture from the General Revenue Fund for Operations of the Illinois State Fair, Including Entertainment and the Percentage Portion of Entertainment Contracts.

 

    Section 195. The sum of $2,000,000 or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Agriculture for a grant to Illinois Stewardship Alliance for the local food infrastructure grant program.

 

    Section 200.  The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Agriculture for costs associated with the Agriculture Equity Commission.

 

    Section 205. The sum of $1,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated, from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Agriculture for operational grants for disadvantaged and urban farmers.

 

ARTICLE 42

 

    Section 5.  The sum of $59,985,400, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Central Management Services for ordinary and contingent expenses.

 

    Section 10.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named are appropriated to the Department of Central Management Services:

PAYABLE FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND

  For payment of claims, including prior

   years claims, under the State Employee Indemnification

   Act............................................ 1,445,300

  For auto liability, adjusting and

   Administration of claims, loss

   control and prevention services,

   and auto liability claims, including prior

   years claims................................... 3,000,000

  For Awards to Employees and Expenses

   of the Employee Suggestion Board................... 30,000

  For Wage Claims................................. 1,500,000

  For Nurses’ Tuition................................ 85,000

  For the Upward Mobility Program.................. 5,000,000

    Total                                        $11,060,300

PAYABLE FROM PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FUND

  For Professional Services including

   Administrative and Related Costs............... 67,809,500

 

    Section 15.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named are appropriated to the Department of Central Management Services:

BUREAU OF BENEFITS

PAYABLE FROM WORKERS' COMPENSATION REVOLVING FUND

  For administrative costs and claims

   of any state agency or university

   employee..................................... 113,667,300

 

    Expenditures from appropriations for treatment and expense may be made after the Department of Central Management Services has certified that the injured person was employed and that the nature of the injury is compensable in accordance with the provisions of the Workers' Compensation Act or the Workers' Occupational Diseases Act, and then has determined the amount of such compensation to be paid to the injured person.

PAYABLE FROM STATE EMPLOYEES DEFERRED

COMPENSATION PLAN FUND

  For expenses related to the administration

   of the State Employees’ Deferred

   Compensation Plan.............................. 1,400,000

 

BUREAU OF BENEFITS

GENERAL REVENUE FUND

  For transportation and lodging expenses for eligible employees, retirees or for their dependents who are required to travel outside of their state of residence in order to secure reproductive healthcare. Transportation and lodging expenses shall be reimbursable to the eligible employee in an amount not to exceed $1,000 per occurrence.

 

  For administrative costs and claims

   of any state agency or university

   employee......................................... 250,000

 

    Section 20.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Facilities Management Revolving Fund to the Department of Central Management Services for expenses related to the following:

PAYABLE FROM FACILITIES MANAGEMENT REVOLVING FUND

  For Facilities Management including

   Administrative and Related Costs,

   including prior year costs.................... 290,102,300

  For Prompt Payment Interest........................ 500,000

    Total                                       $290,602,300

 

    The Department, with the consent in writing from the Governor, may reapportion not more than one percent of the total appropriation of Facility Management Revolving Funds in this section among the various purposes herein enumerated.

 

    Section 25.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated for the objects and purposes hereinafter named to the Department of Central Management Services:

BUREAU OF AGENCY SERVICES

PAYABLE FROM STATE GARAGE REVOLVING FUND

  For State Garage including

   Administrative and Related Costs,

   including prior year costs..................... 82,000,000

 

    Section 30.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the specific purposes of: (1) purchasing and/or leasing zero emission electric passenger motor vehicles; (2) designing and purchasing electric vehicle charging infrastructure and associated improvements; (3) purchasing batteries, components, diagnostic tools and equipment to maintain and repair zero emission electric vehicles; (4) providing supplemental training for employees to maintain and repair zero emission electric vehicles and electric vehicle charging infrastructures; and (5) procuring any goods or services related to converting the state government fleet to zero emission vehicles are appropriated to the Department of Central Management Services:

PAYABLE FROM STATE GARAGE REVOLVING FUND

  For all costs associated with converting the

   state government vehicle fleet to

   zero emission electric vehicles,

   including prior year costs..................... 30,000,000

 

    Section 35.  The sum of $10,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Energy Transition Assistance Fund to the Department of Central Management Services for operational expenses and administration of the Energy Transition Act including state fleet electrification.

 

ARTICLE 43

 

    Section 5. The sum of $1,836,757,500, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Central Management Services for Group Insurance.

 

    Section 10. The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named are appropriated to the Department of Central Management Services:

PAYABLE FROM ROAD FUND

  For Group Insurance........................... 148,306,500

PAYABLE FROM GROUP INSURANCE PREMIUM FUND

  For Life Insurance Coverage as Elected

   by Members Per the State Employees

   Group Insurance Act of 1971....................105,452,100

PAYABLE FROM HEALTH INSURANCE RESERVE FUND

  For provisions of Health Care Coverage

   as Elected by Eligible Members Per

   the State Employees Group Insurance Act

   of 1971.................................... 3,695,000,000

  For Prompt Payment Interest...................... 5,000,000

    Total                                     $3,700,000,000

 

    The Department, with the consent in writing from the Governor, may reapportion not more than one percent of the total appropriation of Health Insurance Reserve Funds in this section among the various purposes herein enumerated.

 

ARTICLE 44

 

    Section 1.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated to the Department of Children and Family Services:

ENTIRE AGENCY

PAYABLE FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND

  For Personal Services......................... 308,658,100

  For State Contributions to

   Social Security............................... 23,612,500

  For Contractual Services........................ 43,913,500

  For Travel...................................... 7,818,600

  For Commodities................................... 630,000

  For Printing...................................... 387,400

  For Equipment................................... 4,023,900

  For Electronic Data Processing.................. 66,919,000

  For Telecommunications.......................... 7,561,500

  For Operation of Automotive Equipment.............. 318,500

    Total                                        463,843,000

 

    Section 5.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated to the Department of Children and Family Services:

CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION

PAYABLE FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND

  For Attorney General Representation

   on Child Welfare Litigation Issues................ 585,900

PAYABLE FROM DCFS SPECIAL PURPOSES TRUST FUND

  For Expenditures of Private Funds

   for Child Welfare Improvements.................. 2,794,500

PAYABLE FROM DCFS CHILDREN’S SERVICES FUND

  For CCWIS Information System.................... 69,062,300

 

    Section 10.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated to the Department of Children and Family Services:

REGULATION AND QUALITY CONTROL

PAYABLE FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND

  For Child Death Review Teams....................... 104,000

 

    Section 15.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Children and Family Services:

CHILD WELFARE

PAYABLE FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND

  For Targeted Case Management.................... 12,658,400

PAYABLE FROM DCFS CHILDREN’S SERVICES FUND

  For Independent Living Initiative............... 10,949,700

PAYABLE FROM DCFS FEDERAL PROJECTS FUND

  For Federal Child Welfare Projects................. 816,600

 

    Section 20.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Children and Family Services:

CHILD PROTECTION

PAYABLE FROM DCFS FEDERAL PROJECTS FUND

  For Federal Grant Awards........................ 11,500,000

 

    Section 25.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Children and Family Services:

BUDGET, LEGAL AND COMPLIANCE

PAYABLE FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND

  For Refunds........................................ 11,200

PAYABLE FROM DCFS CHILDREN'S SERVICES FUND

  For Title IV-E Enhancement....................... 4,228,800

  For SSI Reimbursement........................... 1,513,300

    Total                                         $5,742,100

 

    Section 30.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the
Department of Children and Family Services for payments for care of children served by the Department of Children and Family Services:

GRANTS-IN-AID

REGIONAL OFFICES

PAYABLE FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND

  For Foster Homes and Specialized

   Foster Care and Prevention,

   including prior year costs.................... 399,257,200

  For Counseling and Auxiliary Services........... 15,184,100

  For Institution and Group Home Care and

   Prevention, including prior year costs........ 215,172,600

  For Services Associated with the Foster

   Care Initiative................................ 6,139,900

  For Purchase of Adoption and

   Guardianship Services........................ 153,274,000

  For Cash Assistance and Housing

   Locator Service to Families in the

   Class Defined in the Norman Consent Order....... 3,313,700

  For Youth in Transition Program.................. 2,708,600

  For Assisting in the Development

   of Children's Advocacy Centers.................. 1,998,600

  For Family Preservation Services................ 37,912,600

  For Court Appointed Special Advocates............ 2,000,000

    Total                                       $836,961,300

PAYABLE FROM DCFS CHILDREN'S SERVICES FUND

  For Foster Homes and Specialized

   Foster Care and Prevention,

   including prior year costs.................... 226,615,900

  For Cash Assistance and Housing Locator

   Services to Families in the

   Class Defined in the Norman

   Consent Order.................................. 6,071,300

  For Counseling and Auxiliary Services........... 19,269,100

  For Institution and Group Home Care and

   Prevention, including prior year costs......... 71,475,100

  For Assisting in the development

   of Children's Advocacy Centers.................. 5,290,600

  For Psychological Assessments

   Including Operations and

   Administrative Expenses........................ 3,100,400

  For Children's Personal and

   Physical Maintenance........................... 3,971,800

  For Services Associated with the Foster

   Care Initiative................................ 1,705,600

  For Purchase of Adoption and

   Guardianship Services......................... 48,104,700

  For Family Preservation Services................ 44,125,300

  For Family Centered Services Initiative......... 17,198,400

  For Court Appointed Special Advocates............ 4,674,400

    Total                                       $451,602,600

 

    Section 35.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Children and Family Services for:

GRANTS-IN-AID

CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION

PAYABLE FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND

  For Department Scholarship Program............... 5,662,600

 

    Section 40.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Children and Family Services for:

GRANTS-IN-AID

CHILD PROTECTION

PAYABLE FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND

  For Protective/Family Maintenance

   Day Care...................................... 47,986,900

  For Residential Construction Services Grants, or

   for deposit into the DCFS Special Purposes

   Trust Fund....................................... 900,000

 

    Section 45.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Children and Family Services for:

GRANTS-IN-AID

BUDGET, LEGAL AND COMPLIANCE

PAYABLE FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND

  For Tort Claims.................................... 66,000

PAYABLE FROM DCFS CHILDREN’S SERVICES FUND

  For expenses related to litigation............... 2,520,000

  For all expenditures related to the

   collection and distribution of Title IV-E

   Reimbursement.................................. 3,000,000

 

    Section 50.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Children and Family Services for:

GRANTS-IN-AID

CLINICAL SERVICES

PAYABLE FROM DCFS CHILDREN’S SERVICES FUND

    For Foster Care and Adoptive Care Training.... 18,430,100

 

    Section 55.  The sum of $30,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Children and Family Services for grants and administrative expenses associated with Level of Care Support Services or for deposit into the DCFS Special Purposes Trust Fund.

 

    Section 60.  The sum of $50,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the DCFS Special Purposes Trust Fund to the Department of Children and Family Services for grants and administrative expenses associated with the Level of Care Support Services, including prior year costs.

 

    Section 65. The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Children and Family Services for costs associated with a rate study.

 

    Section 70. The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Children and Family Services for a grant to the Maryville Crisis Nursery for costs associated with the operating costs, including, but not limited to, respite and short-term childcare services.

 

    Section 75. The sum of $2,000,000, or so much of that amount as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Children and Family Services for  grants to assist the Court Appointed Special Advocates of Cook County in its efforts to advocate for timely placement of  children in permanent, safe, stable homes.

 

ARTICLE 45

 

OPERATIONAL EXPENSES

    Section 5.  In addition to other amounts appropriated, the amount of $13,529,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for operational expenses, awards, grants and permanent improvements for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2024, including prior year costs.

 

    Section 10.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity:

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

OPERATIONS

Payable from the Tourism Promotion Fund:

  For ordinary and contingent expenses associated

   with general administration, grants and

   including prior year costs..................... 11,000,000

Payable from the Intra-Agency Services Fund:

  For overhead costs related to federal

   programs, including prior year costs........... 19,209,200

Payable from the Build Illinois Bond Fund:

  For ordinary and contingent expenses associated

   with the administration of the capital program,

   including prior year costs...................... 5,000,000

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For costs associated with a feasibility study

   for projects under the Public-Private

   Partnership for Civic and Transit

   Infrastructure Project Act, in consultation

   with the Governor’s Office

   of Management and Budget......................... 500,000

 

    Section 15. The sum of $4,212,500, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for the ordinary and contingent expenses associated with the Office of Grants Management, including prior year costs.

 

    Section 20. The sum of $76,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the Cannabis Business Development Fund for administrative costs, awards, loans and grants Pursuant to Section 7-10 and Section 7-15 of the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act.

 

    Section 25. The sum of $1,530,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the Cannabis Regulation Fund for administrative costs, awards and grants for technical assistance pursuant to the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act.

 

    Section 30.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity:

OFFICE OF TOURISM

OPERATIONS

Payable from the Tourism Promotion Fund:

  For administrative expenses and grants

   for the tourism program, including

   prior year costs............................... 4,143,000

Payable from the Tourism Promotion Fund:

  For grants, contracts, and administrative expenses

   associated with outdoor recreation, including

   prior year costs............................... 2,500,000

  For grants, contracts, and administrative expenses

   associated with advertising and promoting Illinois

   Tourism in domestic and international

   markets, including prior year costs............ 44,000,000

    Total                                        $50,588,000

 

    Section 35.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity:

OFFICE OF TOURISM

GRANTS

Payable from the International Tourism Fund:

  For Grants, Contracts and Administrative Expenses

   Associated with the International Tourism Program

   Pursuant to 20 ILCS 605/605-707, including prior

   year costs..................................... 4,000,000

Payable from the Commerce and Community Affairs

Assistance Fund:

  For grants, contracts, and administrative

   expenses associated with federal awards

   for Travel, Tourism and Outdoor Recreation

   Programs, including prior year costs........... 18,500,000

Payable from the Tourism Promotion Fund:

  For the Tourism Attraction Development

   Grant Program Pursuant to 20 ILCS 665/8a........ 1,800,000

  For Purposes Pursuant to the Illinois

   Promotion Act, 20 ILCS 665/4a-1 to

   Match Funds from Sources in the Private

   Sector........................................... 600,000

  For the Tourism Matching Grant Program

   Pursuant to 20 ILCS 665/8-1 for

   Counties under 1,000,000........................ 1,250,000

  For the Tourism Matching Grant Program

   Pursuant to 20 ILCS 665/8-1 for

   Counties over 1,000,000.......................... 750,000

  For grants and awards pursuant to 20 ILCS 665,

   including prior year costs..................... 15,000,000

  For a tourism incentives grant program

   pursuant to 20 ILCS 665/8a..................... 15,000,000

    Total                                        $56,900,000

Payable from Local Tourism Fund:

  For Choose Chicago.............................. 5,000,000

  For grants to Convention and Tourism Bureaus

   Bureaus Outside of Chicago..................... 18,073,000

  For grants, contracts, and administrative

   expenses associated with the

   Local Tourism and Convention Bureau

   Program pursuant to 20 ILCS 605/605-705

   including prior year costs........................ 550,000

    Total                                        $22,590,000

 

    The Department, with the consent in writing from the Governor, may reapportion not more than ten percent of the total appropriation of Tourism Promotion Fund, in Section 35, among the various purposes therein recommended.

 

    Section 40.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity:

OFFICE OF EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING

GRANTS

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For the purpose of Grants, Contracts,

   and Administrative Expenses associated

   with DCEO Job Training

   and Workforce Programs, including

   prior year costs............................... 3,000,000

Payable from the Federal Workforce Training Fund:

  For Grants, Contracts and Administrative

   Expenses Associated with the Workforce

   Innovation and Opportunity Act and other

   Workforce training programs, including refunds

   and prior year costs......................... 325,000,000

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

For grants, contracts, and administrative expenses

   to support workforce services provided in coordination

   with Illinois Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act

   Title 1B Programs for Local Workforce Innovation Areas

      requiring supplemental support, as determined

   by the department, utilizing a needs-based assessment,

   including prior year costs.................... 5,000,000

 

    Section 45.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity:

OFFICE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP, INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY

GRANTS

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For grants, contracts, and administrative

   expenses associated with the Illinois

   Office of Entrepreneurship, Innovation

   and Technology, including prior year costs...... 3,335,000

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For Grants, Contracts and Administrative

   Expenses Associated with the Illinois

   SBIR/STTR Matching Funds Program

   Pursuant to 20 ILCS 605/605-1055................ 5,000,000

For Grants, Contracts and Administrative

   Expenses Associated with the

   Innovation Vouchers Program

   Pursuant to 20 ILCS 605/605-1060................ 3,000,000

  For a grant to the Illinois Manufacturing Excellence Center

   for matching costs associated with the U.S. Department of

   Commerce’s NIST Manufacturing Extension Partnership

   (MEP) program, and other federal awards for

   Illinois manufacturing, including prior

   year costs..................................... 2,000,000

  For grants, contracts, and administrative

   expenses associated with DCEO

   Technology Projects and Programs, including

   prior year costs............................... 2,500,000

    Total                                        $15,835,000

Payable from the Small Business Environmental

 Assistance Fund:

  For grants and administrative expenses of the

   Small Business Environmental Assistance Program,

   including prior year costs........................ 500,000

Payable from the Workforce, Technology,

 and Economic Development Fund:

  For Grants, Contracts, and Administrative

   Expenses Pursuant to 20 ILCS 605/

   605-420, including prior year costs............. 2,000,000

Payable from the Workforce, Technology, and

 Economic Development Fund:

  For Grants, Contracts, and Administrative

   Expenses Associated with Leveraging Federal

   Awards and Opportunities,

   including prior year costs..................... 35,000,000

Payable from the Workforce, Technology, and

 Economic Development Fund:

Payable from the Workforce, Technology, and

 Economic Development Fund:

  For Grants, Contracts, and Administrative

   Expenses Associated with Customized

   Training, Recruitment and Business

   Development Efforts........................... 20,000,000

Payable from the Commerce and Community Affairs

 Assistance Fund:

  For Grants, Contracts and Administrative

   expenses of the Procurement Technical

   Assistance Center Program, including

   prior year costs............................... 1,500,000

  For Grants, Contracts, and Administrative

   Expenses Pursuant to 20 ILCS 605/

   605-500, including prior year costs............ 15,000,000

  For Grants, Contracts, and Administrative

   Expenses Pursuant to 20 ILCS 605/605-30,

   including prior year costs ..................... 8,500,000

    Total                                       $102,500,000

 

    Section 50.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity:

OFFICE OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

OPERATIONS

Payable from South Suburban Brownfields

 Redevelopment Fund:

  For grants, contracts and administrative

   expenses of the South Suburban

   Brownfields Redevelopment Program............... 4,000,000

Payable from Economic Research and

 Information Fund:

  For Purposes Set Forth in

   Section 605-20 of the Civil

   Administrative Code of Illinois

   (20 ILCS 605/605-20)............................. 150,000

Payable from the Workforce, Technology, and Economic

 Development Fund:

Payable from the Workforce, Technology, and Economic

  Development Fund:

  For a grant to associated with Employer Training

   Investment Program to the Illinois Manufacturers’

   Association, including prior year costs......... 4,000,000

Payable from the Economic Research and Information

 Fund:

  For grants, contracts, and administrative expenses

   associated with 20 ILCS 605/605-1007 and

   the development, research, and implementation

   of IT solutions to improve access to information

   and streamline common processes for Illinois

   businesses including prior year costs.......... 10,000,000

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For grants, contracts, and contingent costs

   Associated with Clean Energy and EV Career and Technical

   Education Pilot Program........................ 10,000,000

 

    Section 51. The sum of $34,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from appropriations heretofore made for such purposes in Article 57, Section 40 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended, is reappropriated from the Workforce, Technology, and Economic Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for all costs and expenses associated with the Employer Training Investment Program and other business retention and attraction activities, including prior year costs.

 

    Section 52. The sum of $5,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from appropriations heretofore made for such purposes in Article 57, Section 40 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended, is reappropriated from the Workforce, Technology, and Economic Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants, contracts, and administrative expenses associated with Office of Minority Economic Empowerment small business support efforts, including prior year costs.

 

    Section 55.  The sum of $7,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from appropriations heretofore made for such purposes in Article 57, Section 42 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended, is reappropriated from the Workforce, Technology, and Economic Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for all costs and expenses associated with a marketing campaign to promote manufacturing, technology, and innovation in Illinois and increase the number of people entering high-demand manufacturing and technology occupations, including prior year costs.  This may include costs and expenses associated with research to support marketing campaign efforts.  The expenditures shall be at the approximate amounts below:

  For a marketing campaign to

   increase the number of people

   entering electric vehicle and

   electric vehicle component manufacturing

   occupations................................... $2,000,000

 

    Section 60. The sum of $20,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from appropriations heretofore made for such purposes in Article 57, Section 43 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended, is reappropriated from the Workforce, Technology, and Economic Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants and all ordinary and contingent expenses related to economic development and business attraction and retention purposes.

 

    Section 65. The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity:

OFFICE OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT GRANTS

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For a grant associated with Job training

   to the Chicago Federation of Labor,

   including prior year costs...................... 2,000,000

  For a grant associated with Job training

   to the Chicagoland Regional College Program,

   including prior year costs...................... 2,000,000

  For a grant to HACIA for costs

   associated with the development and

   execution of job training and other

   operational expenses........................... 3,200,000

  For a grant associated with job training

   to Richland Community College................... 1,500,000

  For a grant associated with Job Training to the

    Illinois Manufacturers’ Association, including

    prior year costs............................. 1,466,300

  For a grant to the Chicagoland Chamber

   of Commerce for all costs associated

   with job training.............................. 1,500,000

  For a grant to World Business Chicago for Economic

   Development.................................... 1,500,000

  For a grant to the Joliet Arsenal

   Development Authority, including prior

   year costs....................................... 800,000

  For a grant associated with the Workforce

   Hub Program to HIRE360......................... 1,500,000

  For grants to Illinois Business and

    Economic Development Corporation dba- “Intersect Illinois”

  for costs associated with economic

   development.................................... 6,400,000

  For a grant associated with job training to

   the Black Chambers of Commerce.................. 1,500,000

  For a grant to the Metro East Business

   Incubator Inc., including prior year costs........ 150,000

  For grants and contingent costs

   associated with business development

   including prior year costs...................... 1,956,300

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For Grants, Contracts, and Administrative

   expenses, including technical & financial

   assistance for qualifying entities,

   for costs associated with reducing food

   insecurity in urban and rural areas

   throughout Illinois........................... 20,000,000

  For grants, contracts, and administrative costs

  associated with expanding accessibility

  of workforce development opportunities in

  rural communities throughout the state

  and for rural economic development, including

  prior year costs.............................. 2,000,000

Payable from the State Small Business Credit

 Initiative Fund:

  For the Purpose of Contracts, Grants,

   Loans, Investments and Administrative

   Expenses in Accordance with the State

   Small Business Credit Initiative Program,

   and other business development programs,

   including prior year costs.................... 312,000,000

Payable from the Illinois Capital Revolving Loan Fund:

  For the Purpose of Contracts, Grants,

   Loans, Investments and Administrative

   Expenses in Accordance with the Provisions

   Of the Small Business Development Act

   Pursuant to 30 ILCS 750/9, including

   prior year costs............................... 2,000,000

Payable from the Illinois Equity Fund:

  For the purpose of Grants, Loans, and

   Investments in Accordance with the

   Provisions of the Small Business

   Development Act................................ 1,900,000

Payable from the Large Business Attraction Fund:

  For the purpose of Grants, Loans,

   Investments, and Administrative

   Expenses in Accordance with Article

   10 of the Build Illinois Act...................... 500,000

  For grants, contracts, and administrative expenses in

   Accordance with the Invest in Illinois

   Program Act, including prior year costs....... 500,000,000

Payable from the Public Infrastructure Construction

 Loan Revolving Fund:

  For the Purpose of Grants, Loans,

   Investments, and Administrative

   Expenses in Accordance with Article 8

   of the Build Illinois Act....................... 1,000,000

 

    Section 75.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity:

ILLINOIS FILM OFFICE

Payable from the Tourism Promotion Fund:

  For administrative expenses, grants,

   and contracts associated with

   advertising and promotion, including

   prior year costs............................... 1,585,000

  Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

   For all costs associated with the Whiteside County

   for the development of the Northwest Illinois

   Film Office....................................... 35,000

 

    Section 80. The sum of $1,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the Illinois Production Workforce Development Fund for grants for workforce training programs pursuant to 35 ILCS 16/46.

 

    Section 85.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity:

OFFICE OF TRADE AND INVESTMENT

OPERATIONS

Payable from the International Tourism Fund:

  For Grants, Contracts, and Administrative

   Expenses associated with the Illinois Office

   of Trade and Investment, including

   prior year costs............................... 1,575,000

Payable from the International and Promotional Fund:

  For Grants, Contracts, Administrative

   Expenses, and Refunds Pursuant to

   20 ILCS 605/605-25, including

   prior year costs................................. 300,000

Payable from the Tourism Promotion Fund:

  For grants, contracts, and administrative

   expenses associated with the Illinois Office

   of Trade and Investment, including

   prior year costs............................... 3,857,000

 

    Section 90.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity:

OFFICE OF COMMUNITY AND ENERGY ASSISTANCE

GRANTS

Payable from the Water and Sewer Low-Income

 Assistance Fund:

  For purposes of administrative costs, grants,

   and financial assistance pursuant

   to the Water and Sewer Financial Assistance

   Act Pursuant to 305 ILCS 21..................... 5,000,000

Payable from Supplemental Low-Income Energy

 Assistance Fund:

  For Grants and Administrative Expenses

   Pursuant to Section 13 of the Energy

   Assistance Act of 1989, as Amended,

   including refunds and prior year costs........ 300,000,000

Payable from Energy Administration Fund:

  For Grants, Contracts and Administrative

   Expenses associated with DCEO Weatherization

   Programs, including refunds and prior

   year costs.................................... 80,000,000

Payable from Low-Income Home Energy

 Assistance Block Grant Fund:

  For Grants, Contracts and Administrative

   Expenses associated with the Low-Income Home

   Energy Assistance Act of 1981, including

   refunds and prior year costs.................. 480,000,000

Payable from the Community Services Block Grant Fund:

  For Administrative Expenses and Grants to

   Eligible Recipients as Defined in the

   Community Services Block Grant Act, including

   refunds and prior year costs.................. 118,000,000

  For all costs associated with the

   administration of the Low Income

   Household Water Assistance Program as

   authorized by the American Rescue Plan

   Act of 2021 (ARPA) and the Consolidated

   Appropriations Act, 2021 (CAA)................. 55,000,000

 

    Section 95.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively are appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity:

OFFICE OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Payable from the Community Development/Small

 Cities Block Grant Fund:

  For Grants to Local Units of Government

   or Other Eligible Recipients and for contracts

   and administrative expenses, as Defined in

   the Community Development Act of 1974, or by

   U.S. HUD Notice approving Supplemental allocation

   For the Illinois CDBG Program, including refunds

   and prior year costs......................... 100,000,000

  For Administrative and Grant Expenses Relating

   to Training, Technical Assistance and

   Administration of the Community Development

   Assistance Programs, and for Grants to Local

   Units of Government or Other Eligible

   Recipients as Defined in the Community

   Development Act of 1974, as amended,

   for Illinois Cities with populations

   under 50,000, including refunds,

   and prior year costs......................... 231,000,000

 

    Section 100. The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity:

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For a grant to the Northeast DuPage Special

   Recreation Association........................... 244,400

  For a grant to the AllenForce-Veterans

   Initiative for assistance to veterans............. 300,000

  For a grant to William Rainey Harper College

  for costs associated with the Education and

   Work Center in Hanover Park....................... 636,000

  For a grant to the Veterans Assistance

   Commission of Will County for

   Programmatic expenses............................ 130,000

Payable from the General Revenue Fund:

  For a grant to the National

   Main Street Center, Inc. for costs associated

   with the Illinois Main Street Program............. 400,000

  Payable from the Agricultural Premium Fund:

   For a grant to the Rural Affairs

   Institute at Western Illinois University

   for Ordinary and Contingent Expenses.............. 160,000

 

    Section 105. The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively are appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity:

OFFICE OF BROADBAND

Payable from the Commerce and Community

Affairs Assistance Fund:

   for grants, contingent expenses,

   and expenditures for federal broadband

   awards provided by the Infrastructure

   Investment and Jobs Act of 2021,

   including prior year costs.................... 100,000,000

  Payable from the General Revenue Fund for the

   ordinary and contingent expenses associated

   with the administration of the broadband program,

   including prior year costs...................... 1,018,800

  Payable from the Digital Divide Elimination Fund for

   grants, contingent expenses, and prior year

   costs associated with the Broadband

   Deployment Program’s Digital Literacy,

   Adoption and Equity Program....................... 500,000

  Payable from the Commerce and Community Affairs

   Assistance Fund for grants,

   contingent expenses, and expenditures for

   Federal broadband awards....................... 25,000,000

 

    Section 110. The sum of $4,081,200, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for ordinary and contingent expenses associated with the Illinois Works Jobs Program Act 30 ILCS 559/20, including prior year costs.

 

    Section 115. The sum of $400,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for the purposes of operating assistance to the City of East St. Louis.

 

    Section 120. The sum of $4,000,000, or so much therefore as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants to certified convention bureaus for the development of tourism, education, preservation, and promotion of the 100th anniversary of Route 66.

 

    Section 125.  The sum of $200,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Energy Transition Assistance Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for operational expenses, grants, contracts and expenditures pursuant to the Energy Transition Act.

 

    Section 130.  The sum of $28,005,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Coal to Solar and Energy Storage Initiative Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for operational expenses, grants, contracts and expenditures pursuant to the Energy Transition Act.

 

    Section 135. The sum of $10,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the Loan Loss Reserve Fund for all costs associated with the DCEO Loan Guarantee Program, including prior incurred costs.

 

     Section 140. The sum of $20,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for deposit into the Workforce, Technology, and Economic Development Fund for all costs and expenses associated with leveraging federal awards and opportunities for economic development purposes.

 

    Section 145. The sum of $10,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for deposit into the Economic Research and Information Fund for all costs and expenses associated with 20 ILCS 605/605-1007, the one stop business portal, and the development, research, and implementation of IT solutions to improve access to information and streamline common processes for Illinois businesses.

 

    Section 150. The sum of $1,400,000 or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to Williamson County Airport Authority dba Veterans Airport of Southern Illinois costs associated with daily flights from Marion to Chicago.

 

    Section 155. The sum of $2,500,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Illinois Retail Merchants Association for all costs associated with promotion, workforce development and training.

 

    Section 160. The sum of $2,500,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Illinois Hotel and Lodging Association for all costs associated with workforce development and training.

 

    Section 165. The amount of $7,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for administrative costs and grants to the following named entities for all costs associated with tourism promotion. The combined cost of grants and administrative expenses associated with each grant shall equal the approximate amounts below:

  Choose Chicago ................................ $2,500,000

  Chicago North Shore.............................. $625,000

  Chicago Southland................................ $625,000

  Meet Chicago Northwest........................... $625,000

  DuPage Convention & Visitors Bureau............... $625,000

  All other certified convention

  and visitors bureaus .......................... $2,500,000

 

    Section 170. The sum of $3,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Joliet Area Historical Museum for expenses associated with the restoration of the property formerly operated as the Joliet Correctional Center.

 

    Section 175. The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Alpha Illinois Leadership Foundation for costs associated with community empowerment and advocacy foundation.

 

    Section 180. The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Safer Foundation for all costs associated with the women bridge construction training program.

 

    Section 185. The sum of $200,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to Black Oaks Center for all costs associated with operating expenses.

 

    Section 190. The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the City of Rock Island for all costs and operating expenses of the Quad Cities Regional Film Office.

 

    Section 195.  The sum of $35,362,500, or so much thereof as may be necessary is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants and administrative expenses associated with public safety and economic development to the following named entities, in the approximate amounts below:

  Village of Crest Hill............................ $250,000

  Village of Plainfield............................ $250,000

  Village of Bolingbrook........................... $250,000

  Wheatland Township............................... $250,000

  Oswego Rt 30 and Wolf's Crossing.................. $250,000

  City of Champaign................................ $750,000

  Niles Township Social Worker Respite Program...... $250,000

  Rolling Meadows Neighborhood Resource

  Center & Social Services Program.................. $500,000

  Village of Milan................................. $250,000

  Village of Roseville............................. $250,000

  Village of Hazel Crest .......................... $650,000

  Village of Matteson.............................. $750,000

  Orland Township Highway Department................ $250,000

  Village of Orland Hills........................ $1,250,000

  Village of Frankfort............................. $600,000

  City of St. Charles.............................. $250,000

  City of Geneva................................... $250,000

  City of Batavia.................................. $250,000

  Village of North Aurora.......................... $250,000

  Village of Oswego................................ $250,000

  Village of Montgomery............................ $250,000

  City of Aurora................................... $250,000

  City of Naperville............................... $250,000

  South Chicago Heights............................ $250,000

  Park Forest School Dist 163....................... $250,000

  Rich Township.................................... $250,000

  Village of Wilmington............................ $250,000

  City of Peoria................................... $250,000

  City of Bloomington.............................. $250,000

  Town of Normal................................... $250,000

  County of Peoria................................. $125,000

  Village of Bartonville........................... $125,000

  Village of West Peoria........................... $125,000

  Village of Peoria Heights........................ $125,000

  City of East Peoria.............................. $125,000

  City of Washington............................... $125,000

  Center for Tax and Budget Accountability.......... $250,000

  Northbrook Park District......................... $250,000

  City of Park Ridge............................... $250,000

  Argo Community High School District 217......... $1,000,000

  Berwyn Township Public Health District............ $250,000

  City of Rockford................................. $500,000

  Village of Cherry Valley......................... $250,000

  City of Belvidere................................ $250,000

  Shorewood Police Department....................... $250,000

  Village of Romeoville............................ $200,000

  Joliet Police Department......................... $200,000

  City of Urbana................................. $1,000,000

  City of Elmhurst................................. $850,000

  Village of Hinsdale.............................. $850,000

  Village of Mundelein............................. $250,000

  One Hope United Waukegan......................... $650,000

  City of North Chicago............................ $200,000

  City of Waukegan................................. $200,000

  Northeastern Illinois Regional Crime Lab........ $1,000,000

  Deerfield Police Department....................... $250,000

  Lake Forest Police Department..................... $250,000

  Park Ridge Police Department...................... $250,000

  Des Plaines Police Department..................... $250,000

  Schaumburg Police Department...................... $250,000

  Village of Schaumburg............................ $300,000

  Village of Bridgeview............................ $500,000

  Village of North Riverside....................... $250,000

  Kates Detective and Security Academy Inc.......... $450,000

  Village of Chatham............................... $400,000

  Ada S McKinley Community Services................. $562,500

  Little Village Chamber of Commerce................ $250,000

  Economic Strategies Development Corporation....... $250,000

  Westside NAACP................................... $250,000

  Life Shack....................................... $250,000

  Meet Chicago Northwest......................... $1,250,000

  Summer Music Series.............................. $250,000

  Englewood Chamber of Commerce................... $1,000,000

  Downtown Springfield, Inc........................ $500,000

  Moving Pillsbury Forward........................ $1,200,000

  Route History.................................... $550,000

  AFC-Community Development Corporation............. $750,000

  Mount Greenwood Community and

   Business Association............................ $250,000

  Chicago 95th Street Business Association.......... $250,000

  Beverly Arts Center.............................. $250,000

  Morgan Park Beverly Hills Business Association.... $250,000

  Positive Moves................................... $250,000

  Black Contractors Owners and Executives........... $500,000

  Whiz Kids Foundation........................... $1,000,000

  House of James................................... $250,000

  New Mount Tabor Missionary Baptist Church......... $250,000

  Restoration Ministries........................... $250,000

  Link Further..................................... $250,000

  City of Madison.................................. $250,000

  New Covenant Community Development Corporation.... $500,000

  Center for Tax and Budget Accountability.......... $250,000

  Westside NAACP................................... $250,000

  Manhattan Fire District.......................... $250,000

    Total                                         $33,912,500

 

    Section 200. The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the South Asian American Chamber of Commerce for costs associated with operating expenses.

 

    Section 205. The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Asian American Chamber of Commerce for costs associated with operating expenses.

 

    Section 210. The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Assyrian American Chamber of Commerce for costs associated with operating expenses.

 

     Section 215. The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the SAAPRI for costs associated with operating expenses.

 

    Section 220. The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Village of Lincolnwood for costs associated with operating expenses.

 

    Section 222. The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the City of Des Plaines for costs associated with the restaurant incentives program.

 

    Section 225. The sum of $65,000, or so much of that amount as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to Metropolitan Family Services for capital improvements and or equipment.

 

    Section 230. The sum of $1,000,000 or so much of that amount as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Greater Englewood Chamber of Commerce  for operating expenses.

 

    Section 235. The sum of $50,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the YMCA Youth and Government Program for operational expenses.

 

    Section 240. The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Village of Morton Grove for the purchase of a fire truck.

 

    Section 245. The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Irish American Heritage Center for operational expenses.

 

    Section 250. The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to Rockford Area Convention Bureau for talent acquisition.

 

    Section 255. The sum of $1,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity to provide unemployment insurance relief in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to eligible small restaurants in the City of  Rockford.

 

    Section 260. The sum of $5,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to Ice and Fire Mentor Program for the purpose of youth operations.

 

    Section 265. The sum of $25,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to American Legion Illinois Premier Boys State for the purpose of operational expenses.

 

    Section 270. The sum of $25,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to American Legion Post 52 Romeoville for the purpose of operational expenses.

 

    Section 275. The sum of $2,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to Enjoy Illinois Tourism for NASCAR.

 

    Section 285. The sum of $500,000 or so much of that amount as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the South Side Help Center for operating expenses.

 

    Section 290. The sum of $1,000,000 or so much of that amount as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Chicago Southland Economic Development Corporation for operating expenses.

 

    Section 295. The sum of $1,000,000 or so much of that amount as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Village of Dolton  for operating expenses.

 

    Section 300. The sum of $125,000 or so much of that amount as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Mosque Foundation for operating expenses.

 

    Section 310. The sum of $500,000 or so much of that amount as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to Village of Burbank  for operating expenses.

 

    Section 315. The sum of 500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the MTC Community Outreach Cooperation for costs associated with Phases I and II of the Community Center Project.

 

    Section 320. The sum of $4,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to OSF St. Elizabeth Medical Center to facilitate the transition to a new electronic medical health record system and other necessary technology improvements for properties purchased under a multiple location hospital license.

 

    Section 325. The sum of $2,250,000, or so much of that sum as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to FBRK Brands for operating expenses.

 

    Section 330. The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated, from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Development for a grant to Rich Township for operational and infrastructure costs.

 

    Section 335. The sum of $1,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated, from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Development for a grant to the City of Elgin for operational and infrastructure costs.

 

    Section 340. The sum of $300,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated, from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Development for a grant to the Community Unit School District #300 in Elgin for operational and infrastructure costs.

 

    Section 345. The sum of $4,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to Rich Township for costs associated with capital improvements and operational costs.

 

    Section 350. The sum of $2,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to St. Clair County for costs associated with the St. Clair County Demolition Program.

 

    Section 355. The sum of $2,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants to non-profits, units of local governments, and school districts for operating expenses.

 

    Section 360. The sum of $338,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for OSF Saint Francis Medical Center for costs associated with medical equipment.

 

    Section 365. The sum of $750,000, or so much of that amount as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Grand O’Hare Chamber of Commerce for operating expenses.

 

    Section 370. The sum of $350,000, or so much of that amount as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Oak Park Arts Council for operating expenses.

 

    Section 375. The sum of $150,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Northwest Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for costs associated with small business support and resource expansion.

 

    Section 380. The sum of $15,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Village of Tinley Park costs associated with the remediation and cleanup of the Tinley Park Mental Health Center.

 

    Section 385. The sum of $750,000, or so much of that amount as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Grand O’Hare Chamber of Commerce for operating expenses.

   

    Section 390. The sum of $5,000,000, or so much thereof as maybe necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to Mutual Ground, Inc. for all costs associated with the expansion and renovations of its existing program facility.

 

ARTICLE 46

 

    Section 5.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from appropriations heretofore made for such purposes in Article 58, Section 5 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended, are reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity:

OFFICE OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT GRANTS

  For a grant associated with job training to

   the Workforce Connection in Rockford.............. 130,000

  For a grant to the Asian American Chamber

   of Commerce of Illinois............................ 1,020

  For a grant to the South Asian American

   Chamber of Commerce of Illinois.................... 65,247

  For a grant to the Hispanic Chamber of

   Commerce of Illinois............................. 500,000

  For a grant to Pan Asian American Center........... 300,000

  For a grant to the South Asian American

   Policy and Research Institute...................... 75,000

  For a grant to the Indo-American Center............ 125,000

  For a grant to the Puerto Rican Arts Alliance...... 250,000

  For a grant to the National Museum of

   Puerto Rican Arts and Culture..................... 250,000

  For a grant to the Segundo Ruiz

   Belvis Cultural Center........................... 250,000

  For a grant to South Central

   Community Services............................... 250,000

  For a grant to Chatham Business Association........ 250,000

  For a grant to Southeast Chicago

   Chamber of Commerce.............................. 250,000

  For a grant to Hegewisch Business Association...... 250,000

  For a grant to Greater Roseland

   Chamber of Commerce.............................. 250,000

  For a grant to Our Lady of Good Council - Teen

   Reach/Teen Reach at Blessed Sacrament............. 100,000

  For a grant to Back of the Yards

   Neighborhood Council............................. 150,000

  For a grant to Mount Greenwood Community and

   Business Association............................. 250,000

  For a grant to Beverly Arts Center.................. 46,707

  For a grant to Little Village Chamber of Commerce/

   Little Village Community Foundation............... 125,000

  For a grant to Village of Cahokia.................. 125,000

  For a grant to Midwest Career Source

   Vocational School................................ 101,100

  For a grant to City of Peoria...................... 250,000

  For a grant to Illinois Central College............ 250,000

  For a grant to AAABNA Austin African American

   Business Networking Association.................... 42,749

  For a grant to Chatham Business Association -

   Small Business Development, Inc................... 125,000

  For a grant to Logan Square Chamber of Commerce.... 100,000

  For a grant to Uprising Theater..................... 85,000

  For a grant to Greater Auburn Gresham.............. 250,000

  For a grant to U-Two Mentorship Program, Inc....... 209,966

  For a grant to Quad County Urban League............ 138,356

  For a grant to Aurora Public Library............... 150,000

  For a grant to Black Chamber of

   Commerce of Lake County........................... 72,953

  For a grant to South Holland

   Business Association............................. 125,000

  For a grant to Chamber 57 (Matteson, Richton Park,

   Homewood, Flossmoor Areas)........................ 125,000

  For a grant to Alternative Schools Network......... 196,964

  For a grant to Critical Health Network............. 818,924

  For a grant to Spanish Community Center............ 250,000

  For a grant to City of Chicago Heights............. 250,000

  For a grant to Leadership Council 

   Southwestern Illinois............................ 125,000

  For a grant to Hyde Park Neighborhood Club......... 350,000

  For a grant to Northern Illinois 

   Center for Nonprofit Excellence..................... 3,653

  For a grant to Village of Bridgeview............... 250,000

  For a grant to City of Park City................... 250,000

 

    Section 10.  The sum of $146,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 110 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Village of Schaumburg for the Schaumburg Convention Center for all costs associated with incentives provided for the purpose of attracting conventions, meetings and trade shows; marketing material and capital improvements.

 

    Section 15.  The sum of $200,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 115 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Village of Washington Park for costs associated with equipment for the police and fire departments.

 

    Section 20.  The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 120 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Asian American Chamber of Commerce of Illinois.

 

    Section 25.  The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 125 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the South Asian American Chamber of Commerce of Illinois.

 

    Section 30. The sum of $500,000, or so much therefore as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 130 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Peoria Park District for tourism.

 

     Section 35. The sum of $100,000, or so much therefore as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 135 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Black Business Alliance Peoria Chapter for operating expenses.

 

    Section 40. The sum of $100,000, or so much therefore as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 140 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the St. Clair Township Road District for equipment.

 

    Section 45.  The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 145 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Sunshine Cultural Arts Center for costs associated with operational expenses.

 

    Section 50. The sum of $300,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 150 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Pearls of Power for costs associated with operational expenses.

 

    Section 55.  The sum of $3,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 155 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Joliet Area Historical Museum for expenses associated with the restoration of the property formerly operated as the Joliet Correctional Center.

 

    Section 60.  The sum of $300,000, or so much therefore as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 160 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to The Well Experience for the purpose of providing support for children from birth to 18 years of age.

 

    Section 65.  The sum of $750,000, or so much therefore as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 165 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce And Economic Opportunity for a grant to DREAAM Opportunity Center for the purpose of supporting the development, implementation, operational costs, and evaluation of a state-of-the-art early childhood center with a focus on Black cultural education, wraparound services and early intervention, family mental health services, and culturally relevant parental engagement.

 

    Section 70. The sum of $30,250,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 170 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for grants to the following units of local government for community development, violence prevention and administrative costs:

  City of Rockford............................... $1,500,000

  City of Loves Park............................... $500,000

  City of Belvidere.............................. $1,000,000

  City of East Moline............................ $1,500,000

  City of Moline................................. $1,500,000

  City of Champaign.............................. $2,000,000

  City of Urbana................................. $2,000,000

  City of Danville............................... $1,000,000

  City of Peoria................................. $3,000,000

  City of East Peoria.............................. $500,000

  Village of Peoria Heights........................ $250,000

  City of West Peoria.............................. $250,000

  Village of Bartonville........................... $250,000

  City of Bloomington.............................. $500,000

  Town of Normal................................... $500,000

  City of Springfield............................ $3,000,000

  City of Decatur................................ $1,000,000

  City of Alton.................................. $1,000,000

  City of Granite City........................... $1,000,000

  City of East St. Louis......................... $3,000,000

  City of Cahokia Heights........................ $3,000,000

  Venice Township.................................. $250,000

  Village of Washington Park....................... $250,000

  Village of Brooklyn.............................. $250,000

  Village of Fairmont.............................. $250,000

  City of Cairo.................................... $500,000

  City of Carbondale............................... $500,000

 

    Section 75. The sum of $55,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 175 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Harford Confluence Tower.

 

    Section 80. The sum of $55,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 180 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the CARITAS Family Solutions Development.

 

    Section 85. The sum of $2,000,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 185 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to Village of Bridgeview for costs associated with Seat Geek Stadium upgrades and tourism.

 

    Section 90. The sum of $300,000 or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 190 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to North Riverside for costs associated with the capital improvements to West Central Consolidated Communication Dispatch Center serving the Villages of Riverside, North
Riverside, Brookfield and McCook.

 

    Section 95. The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 195 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to City of Burbank for costs associated with infrastructure.

 

    Section 100. The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 200 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to City of Berwyn for costs associated with infrastructure.

 

    Section 105. The sum of $200,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 205 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to City of Summit for costs associated with street infrastructure.

 

    Section 110. The sum of $150,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 210 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Village of Bedford Park for costs associated with infrastructure.

 

    Section 115. The sum of $980,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 215 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the City of Plainfield for costs associated with water infrastructure improvements.

 

    Section 120.  The sum of $57,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 220 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the City of Romeoville for costs associated with water infrastructure.

 

          Section 125.   The sum of $2,000,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 225 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the City of Niles for costs associated with a Salt Dome.

 

    Section 130. The sum of $1,250,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 230 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the City of Lake Bluff for costs associated with a pedestrian bridge.

 

    Section 135. The sum of $700,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 235 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the City of Glencoe for costs associated with cribwall replacement.

 

    Section 140. The sum of $300,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 240 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the City of Romeoville for costs associated with purchasing of equipment.

 

    Section 145. The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 245 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the City of Bolingbrook for costs associated with infrastructure improvements at the Town Center Pavilion.

 

    Section 150. The sum of $1,200,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 250 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the City of Lockport for costs associated with infrastructure improvements.

 

    Section 155. The sum of $1,200,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 255 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the City of Springfield for costs associated with infrastructure improvements at the Pharmacy Gallery & Art Space.

 

    Section 160. The sum of $1,000,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 260 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to Fox Valley Park District for costs associated with infrastructure improvements at Lippold Park.

 

    Section 165. The sum of $1,000,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 275 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to Kankakee County for costs associated with infrastructure improvements in the following units of local government:

Kankakee Valley Park District...................... $150,000

Bourbonnais......................................... $50,000

Chebanse Township................................... $50,000

Bradley............................................ $100,000

Essex............................................... $50,000

Pilot Township...................................... $50,000

Reddick............................................. $50,000

South Wilmington.................................... $50,000

Braceville.......................................... $50,000

Herscher........................................... $100,000

Union Hill......................................... $100,000

City of Kankakee................................... $200,000

 

          Section 170. The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 276 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Rich Township for costs associated with infrastructure improvements.

 

    Section 175. The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 280 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the City of New Lenox for costs associated with infrastructure improvements.

 

    Section 180. The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 285 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to Elmhurst Park District for costs associated with infrastructure improvements to the Senior Center Kitchen.

 

    Section 185. The sum of $175,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 290 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Downers Grove Park District for costs associated with infrastructure improvements at Constitution Park Play.

 

    Section 190. The sum of $55,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 295 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to Hinsdale Community Services for costs associated with infrastructure improvements.

 

    Section 195. The sum of $3,000,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 300 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the City of Urbana for costs associated with the Illinois Law Enforcement Alarm System.

 

    Section 200. The sum of $750,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 305 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the City of Loves Park for costs associated with infrastructure improvements.

 

    Section 205. The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 310 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the City of Rockford for costs associated with infrastructure improvements.

 

    Section 210. The sum of $200,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 315 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Central Stickney Fire Protection District for costs associated with operating expenses.

 

    Section 215. The sum of $150,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 320 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Cicero Fire Department for costs associated with operating expenses.

 

    Section 220. The sum of $150,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 325 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the City of Berwyn for costs associated with operating expenses of its fire department, including costs associated with facility expansion.

 

    Section 225. The sum of $150,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 330 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Stickney Fire Department for costs associated with operating expenses.

 

    Section 230. The sum of $150,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 345 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Lyons Fire Department for costs associated with operating expenses.

 

    Section 235. The sum of $50,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 350 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the McCook Fire Department for costs associated with operating expenses.

 

    Section 240. The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 355 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Brookfield Fire Department for costs associated with operating expenses.

 

    Section 245. The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 360 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Riverside Fire Department for costs associated with operating expenses.

 

    Section 250. The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 370 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to Regional 911 for costs associated with operating expenses.

 

    Section 255. The sum of $650,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 385 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Village of Orland Hills for costs associated with infrastructure improvements.

 

    Section 260. The sum of $610,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 390 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Orland Fire Protection District for costs associated with infrastructure improvements.

 

    Section 265. The sum of $400,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 400 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Frankfort Park District for costs associated with capital improvements at Lincoln Meadows Park.

 

    Section 270.  The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 405 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Orland Township Road District dba Orland Township Highway Department for costs associated with infrastructure improvements.

 

    Section 275. The sum of $200,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 410 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Village of Matteson for costs associated with operating costs.

 

    Section 280.  The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 415 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Village of Hazel Crest for costs associated with infrastructure improvements.

 

    Section 285. The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 420 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to Rich Township for costs associated with operating costs.

 

    Section 290.  The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 425 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Village of New Lenox for costs associated with operating costs.

 

    Section 295.  The sum of $50,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 430 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Lockport Township Highway District for costs associated with infrastructure improvements.

 

    Section 300.  The sum of $40,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 435 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to the Village of Countryside for costs associated with operating costs.

 

    Section 305.  The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 440 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity from the General Revenue Fund for a grant to Skills USA for costs associated with operating costs.

 

    Section 310.  The sum of $1,400,000 or so much thereof as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 445 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Williamson County Airport Authority dba Veterans Airport of Southern Illinois for costs associated with daily flights from Marion to Chicago.

 

    Section 315.  The sum of $2,600,000 or so much thereof as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 450 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grant to Workforce Connection in Rockford for job training.

 

    Section 320. The sum of $500,000 or so much thereof as may be necessary, is remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 455 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for the Heart of Illinois Port District for costs associated with operating funds.

 

    Section 325. The sum of $90,000 or so thereof as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 460 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants to the Barat Education Foundation for the costs associated with operating funds.

 

    Section 330. The sum of $300,000 or so thereof as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 475 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Illinois Retail Merchants Association for creating and operating an organized retail crime association to combat organized retail crime.

 

    Section 335.  The sum of $200,000, or so thereof as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 480 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Village of Washington Park for costs associated with equipment for the police and fire departments, including the purchase of property and/or infrastructure improvements necessary for constructing a new fire station/public safety building.

 

    Section 340.  The sum of $150,000, or so thereof as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 485 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Austin Fresh Market for operating expenses.

 

    Section 345.  The sum of $200,000, or so thereof as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 490 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the North Austin Council for operating expenses.

   

    Section 350. The sum of $500,000 or so thereof as may be necessary, remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2023, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 57, Section 495 of Public Act 102-0698, as amended is reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants to the Grape Growers for the costs associated with operations.