Amend the bill, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 110, STATE TREASURER - AID TO SUBDIVISIONS, page 518, by striking proviso 110.6 in its entirety, and inserting:
/ 110.6. (AS-TREAS: Transparency-Political Subdivision Appropriation of Funds) (A) A political subdivision receiving aid from the Local Government Fund may not:
(1) appropriate money to any entity unless that appropriation appears as a separate and distinct line item in the political subdivision's budget or in an amendment to the political subdivision's budget;
(2) except in cases of emergency or unforeseen circumstances, donate funds to a non-profit organization unless the amounts donated are appropriated on a separate and distinct line item in the political subdivision's budget or an amendment to the political subdivision's budget that includes the names of the entities to which the donations are being made. In the case of an emergency or unforeseen circumstances, a political subdivision may donate funds to a non-profit organization if the amount and purpose of the proposed donation and the nature of the emergency or unforeseen circumstances necessitating the donation are announced in open session at a public meeting held by the governing body of the political subdivision and the funds are not delivered to the organization for five days following the announced intent to make the donation; or
(3) accept any funds from non-governmental and inter-governmental organizations as defined in Agenda 21, adopted by the United Nations in 1992 at its Conference on Environment and Development, accredited and enlisted by the United Nations to assist in the implementation of its policies relative to Agenda 21 around the world without posting the following on the political subdivision's website for ten days:
(a) a full and detailed list of the funding program, including a designation that the funding program is associated with Agenda 21,
(b) the amount of funds involved,
(c) every mandate or requirement or action that will result from the grant or funding program's implementation,
(d) any and all projected costs to the political subdivision, business, or individual associated with the grant or funding program, and
(e) the stated goals and expected results of the grant or funding program.
(B) A political subdivision receiving aid from the Local Government Fund may not appropriate money to any entity without the requirement that the entity provides at the end of the fiscal year a detailed description of the purposes for which the money was used. /
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