FY10 budget line item updates

Below is a table of the actions taken by the House on particular line items that I have been contacted about.  This table was prepared by my legislative budget intern, Gideon Weissman.

I did not lead sponsor any amendments that called for additional funds in this year’s budget debate.  I did co-sponsor 18 money amendments in the following areas:  education and training, early intervention, elder care, housing, domestic violence, legal services, Boys and Girls Clubs, the Quinn bill, public health, Cambridge Health Alliance funding and GLBT youth services.

For the list of items that I prioritized in the initial budget development, please click here.

Please note that all of these line items are likely to be cut during the Senate budget process as a result of the lowering of revenue estimates.

Line ItemSubjectFY10 GovernorFY10 House W&MHouse Amendments   
PUBLIC COUNSEL SERVICES CPCS
0321-1500Committee for Public Counsel Services25,480,53328,645,024
0321-1510 Private Counsel Compensation122,100,783149,729,916
0321-1600MLAC10,370,33011,070,424
0321-2000Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee (A475)746,016746,016
0321-2100MCLS902,029902,029
0330-0300Trial Court Administration191,275,505133,346,674139,826,674
0330-0300GAL Funds Reserve Language002,000,000
0411-1002Commonwealth Corps, esp. Minuteman Senior Services2,000,0000
MA CULTURAL COUNCIL
0640-0300MA Cultural Council12,052,90211,392,945
0950-0000Commission on the Status of Women234,2910
DISABLED PROTECTION
1107-2501DPPC 2,222,6552,328,012
GROUP INSURANCE
1108-5200Group Insurance Premium and Plan Costs 932,668,551860,000,000979,711,903
HOMELESSNESS
1599-1004Commission to End Homelessness Recommendations Reserve00
1599-6901Salary Reserve for Community-based direct care workers00
1775-1101Affirmative Market Program206,195Merged into 1775-1101: no new money
AGRICULTURE
2511-0105Emergency food assistance11,945,0008,000,00012,000,000
CONSERVATION AND RECREATION
2800-0700Earhart Dam earmark00
2810-0100State Parks and urban ParksTransferred to 2000-1700 and 2800-0100.48,175,400
EARLY EDUCATION AND CARE
3000-2000Access managementTransferred to 3000-1000 and 3000-6000.9,996,599
3000-4050Teen Parent Child CareConsolidated in 3000-4060Consolidated in 3000-4060
3000-4060Low income child care 474,042,743 (Consolidated with 3000-4050)474,043,743 (Consolidated with 3000-4050)
3000-4060Child Care Access/ Early Education (A552)474,043,743474,043,743
3000-5000Head Start/ Early Education (A399)Transferred to 3000-50756,500,0009,000,000
3000-5075Universal Pre-school/ Early Education (A284, A375, A554)20,556,8239,810,821
3000-6000Early Education Quality Supports (A688)14,837,11214,832,646
3000-6050Early Education Professional DevelopmentTransferred to 3000-6000 and 7009-1700Transferred to 3000-6000 and 7009-1700
3000-6075Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation2,900,00001,000,000
3000-7000Healthy Families14,132,2649,188,407
3000-7050Early education care, Reach out and Read8,476,5567,476,5567,476,556
3000-7050Services for Infants and Parents/ Early Education (A774)8,476,5567,476,5567,476,556
3000-xxxxRate reserve
HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
4000-0117 transferred from 1599-6901Human Services Salary ReserveNot inNot in
4000-0300Health and Human Services and Medicaid/ Children's Hospital (A341)/ Reproductive Health (A175)96,948,84495,375,349
4000-0352MassHealth Enrollment Outreach GrantsNot inNot in
4000-0650Community first initiative; 1115 waiver, care in communityTransferred to 4000-070016,000,000
4003-0122Citizenship for new Americans580,787500,000
4110-2000Turning 22 Program and Services Transferred to 4110-000110,663,291
4110-xxxxMass Commission for the Blind26,364,00027,984,807
4120-3000Mass Rehabilitation Commission Extended Employment21733505 (Consolidated with 4120-4000, 4120-4010, and 4120-5000)4,961,987
4120-4000Independent Living Assistance for the Multi-DisabledTransferred to 4000-1700 and 4120-3000.11,952,032
4401-1000Young Parent GED ProgramTransferred to 4000-1700 and 4120-3000.Transferred to 4000-1700 and 4120-3000.
TRANSITIONAL SERVICES
4403-2119Teen structured settings programTransferred to 4403-0100 (No earmark?)6,927,953
4403-2120First Stop Health Center Homelessness Prevention CollaborativeTransferred to 4000-1700 and 7004-0101. Transferred to 4000-1700 and 7004-0101.
4408-1000. Redirect annual federal SSI reimbursements back into EAEDC program and fund a cost of living increase for program recipients; $10M increase.Transferred to 4403-5000. 84,658,966
4510-0110community health center servicesTransferred to 4000-1700 and 4510-2500.0
PUBLIC HEALTH
4510-xxxxDept. of Public Health
4512-0103/AIDS/HIVTransferred to 4000-1700 and 4510-100035,310,527
4512-0200DPH Bureau of Substance Abuse Services. Wants an earmark of $100,000 to fund AYHSCTransferred to 4000-1700 and 4510-0700. 63,524,44875,924,448
4512-0201DPH Bureau of Substance Abuse ServicesLumped in 4510-0700 Addiction and tobacco control, 921468834,800,000
4513-1000Comprehensive family planning, DPHTransferred to 4000-1700 and 4510-2500. 4,318,8305,168,830
4513-1000Reproductive Health (A377, A112)/ Poison Center (A607)/ Transferred to 4000-1700 and 4510-2500.4,318,8305,168,830
4513-1020Early Intervention PlanningTransferred to 4000-0700, 4000-1700, and 4512-0120.23,054,89529,304,895
4513-1020Early Intervention (A791)Transferred to 4000-0700, 4000-1700, and 4512-0120.23,054,89529,304,895
4513-1024Shaken Baby Syndrome preventionTransferred to 4000-1700 and 4510-2500.192,988
4513-1130GLBT Intimate partner violenceTransferred to 4000-1700 and 4510-25004,058,2645,108,264
4513-1130RISE earmarkTransferred to 4000-1700 and 4510-2500.4,058,2645,108,264
4516-1000State Laboratory and Communicable Disease Control ServicesTransferred to 4000-1700 and 4510-1000. 13,376,268
4530-9000Teen pregnancy preventionTransferred to 4000-1700 and 4510-25003,148,327
4590-0250LGBT Youth CommissionTransferred to 4000-1700 and 4510-2500. 13,415,74313,715,743
SOCIAL SERVICES
4800-0030FamilyNetworks/Lead AgencyTransferred to 4800-0015.
4800-0038Post adoption services519,936,364299,658,088303,204,549
4800-1400Support Services for People at Risk of Domestic Violence20,832,71021,925,460
DEPT OF MENTAL HEALTH ADMIN
5011-0100Department of Mental Health Administration/ DDS (A811)29,648,39930,260,591
5042-5000Child and adolescent mental health services73,138,40969,703,37073,138,409
MENTAL RETARDATION
5911-1003Dept of Developmental Services Administration68,224,50667,849,708
5911-2000Community Programs145,000,00013,560,140
5920-2000Resid and State Op Programs852,653,065616,259,640
5920-2010State Operated Group HomesTransferred to 4000-1700 and 5920-2000.140,226,885
5920-2025Day and Work ProgramsTransferred to 5911-2000.122,669,711
5920-3010Aspergers/Autism3,717,5094,460,2444,510,244
5930-1000State Facilities for the Mentally Retarded166,355,936154,081,427161,581,427
5930-1000DDS (A628)166,355,936154,081,427161,581,427
5948-0012Chargeback for Special Education Alternatives for Mentally Retarded Children - DESE-DMR6,500,00010,000,000
LIBRARIES
7000-9406Talking Book Program - Watertown1,998,2362,241,016
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
7003-0702YearUpTransferred to 7002-0012.750,0001,400,000
7003-0702Biomed Careers ProgramTransferred to 7002-0012. 750,000
7003-0720Center for Women in Enterprise??
HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
7004-0099CHA Workforce Program, Computer CentersNo earmark7,174,187
7004-0102 Transferred from 4406-3000Homeless Individuals Assistance37,481,68436,281,684
7004-0102 Transferred from 4406-3010Home and Healthy for Good37,481,68436,281,684
7004-2475Soft second mortgage2,500,0002,500,000
7004-3036Housing Consumer Education Centers1,628,1401,750,000
7004-3036Mediation For Results? (Just A Start Corp) (A31)1,628,1401,750,000
7004-3036Mediation For Results? (Just A Start Corp) (A31)1,628,1401,750,000
7004-9005Housing authority operating subsidy71,150,00066,300,00071,300,000
7004-9024Mass Rental Voucher Program MRVP35,797,06117,997,06135,797,061
7004-9030Alternative Housing Voucher Program4,000,0004,000,000
7004-9316RAFT5,500,0005,500,000
7004-xxxxMoving to Economic Opportunity Housing Model, Support Services for Public Housing Residents
TOURISM AND CULTURE
7007-0900Office of Travel and TourismNo earmarks8,916,24711,191,247
7007-0900Travel and Tourism/ Early Education (A262)18,508,1680
EDUCATION
7010-0005LGBT Youth CommissionNo earmark14,902,873
7010-0012METCO18,491,75819,991,758
7010-0041 - Transferred to 7061-0012?DESE-DMR Programs224,569,151184,888,728
7030-1002Kg Expansion Grants28,767,80527,797,666
7032-0500Interdisciplinary Health Education and Human Services ProgramNot in
7035-0002Adult Basic Education29,223,19528,085,646
7051-0015 Funds to distribute food for MEFAPNot in
7061-0008Chapter 70 full funding3,948,824,0613,948,824,061
7061-0012Circuit breakerTransferred to 7009-1700 and 7010-0041. 184,888,728184,888,728
7061-9626YouthBuild line itemIn 7010-0037 Drop out prevention and recovery. $ not earmarked1,500,000
7061-9634Mentoring Matching Grants475,000
7066-0000New position higher ed needs of EC educatorsConsolidated with 7066-0005 and 7520-0424. No earmark? 2,014,941
7066-0000Board of Higher Ed.Consolidated with 7066-0005 and 7520-0424.
7070-0065Early educators scholarship82,875,218
7070-0065Higher Education Amendment MASSGrant program (A876)Transferred to 7066-0025.82,875,218
7070-0065Massachusetts State Scholarship Program/ Early Education (A148, A690)/ MassAcademy (A687)Transferred to 7066-0025.4,000,000
7077-0023Tufts Veterinary School0500,000
7100-0500Commonwealth College at UMass, Amherst.Included in 7100-0200; no earmark3,190,184
PUBLIC SAFETY
8100-0111Gang Prevention Grant Program 13,000,0006,500,000
ELDER AFFAIRS
9110-1500Elder Enhanced Home Care Services ProgramTransferred to 9110-1555.48,199,305
9110-1555Home Care Purchased Services199,176,025Not in
9110-1604Supportive HousingTransferred to 9110-1800.4,153,243
9110-1630Purchased ServicesTransferred to 9110-1555.88,734,283103,734,283
9110-1633Care management and operationsTransferred to 9110-1555. 37,568,041
9110-1636Elder Abuse/Protective Services16,252,49916,252,49916,252,499
9110-1640Geriatric Mental HealthTransferred to 9110-1555. 125,000
9110-1650Family CaregiversTransferred to 9110-1555.Not in
9110-1660Congregate HousingTransferred to 9110-1800.2,123,2552,123,255
9110-1700Homeless eldersTransferred to 9110-1800.136,000
9110-1900Meals on WheelsTransferred to 9110-1555. 6,364,7406,364,740
9110-9002COA formula grants8,615,0278,615,0688,615,068
9110-9002LGBT Aging Project8,615,068

Published by Will Brownsberger

Will Brownsberger is State Senator from the Second Suffolk and Middlesex District.