South Carolina General Assembly
116th Session, 2005-2006

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A407, R433, H4812


Joint Resolution
Sponsors: Ways and Means Committee
Document Path: l:\council\bills\bbm\9319htc06.doc

Introduced in the House on March 21, 2006
Introduced in the Senate on April 4, 2006
Last Amended on May 31, 2006
Passed by the General Assembly on May 31, 2006
Governor's Action: June 13, 2006, Certain items vetoed
Legislative veto action(s): Vetoes overridden

Summary: Capital Reserve Fund


     Date      Body   Action Description with journal page number
   3/21/2006  House   Introduced, read first time, placed on calendar without 
                        reference HJ-5
   3/22/2006  House   Special order, set for immediately following 
                        consideration of H. 4811 HJ-10
   3/22/2006          Scrivener's error corrected
   3/30/2006  House   Amended HJ-29
   3/30/2006  House   Read second time HJ-31
   3/30/2006  House   Roll call Yeas-100  Nays-6 HJ-31
    4/4/2006  House   Read third time and sent to Senate HJ-33
    4/4/2006  Senate  Introduced and read first time SJ-34
    4/4/2006  Senate  Referred to Committee on Finance SJ-34
   4/20/2006  Senate  Committee report: Favorable with amendment Finance SJ-8
   4/25/2006  Senate  Amended SJ-53
   4/25/2006  Senate  Read second time SJ-53
   4/26/2006          Scrivener's error corrected
   4/26/2006  Senate  Read third time and returned to House with amendments 
    5/3/2006  House   Debate adjourned on Senate amendments until Thursday, 
                        May 4, 2006 HJ-34
    5/4/2006  House   Debate adjourned on Senate amendments until Tuesday, May 
                        9, 2006 HJ-113
   5/10/2006  House   Debate adjourned HJ-42
   5/10/2006  House   Senate amendment amended HJ-106
   5/10/2006  House   Returned to Senate with amendments HJ-110
   5/16/2006  Senate  Non-concurrence in House amendment SJ-18
   5/16/2006  House   House insists upon amendment and conference committee 
                        appointed Reps. Cooper, Young and Kirsh HJ-36
   5/16/2006  Senate  Conference committee appointed Land, Leatherman and 
                        Thomas SJ-19
   5/31/2006  House   Conference report received and adopted HJ-221
   5/31/2006  Senate  Conference report adopted SJ-176
   5/31/2006  Senate  Ordered enrolled for ratification
    6/7/2006          Ratified R 433
   6/13/2006          Certain items vetoed by Governor
   6/14/2006  House   Veto overridden on certain items: Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 
                        7 HJ-139
   6/14/2006  Senate  Veto overridden on certain items: Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 
                        7 SJ-158
   6/22/2006          Copies available
   6/22/2006          Effective date See Act for Effective Date
  10/17/2006          Act No. 407

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(A407, R433, H4812)


Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of South Carolina:

Capital Reserve Fund appropriations

SECTION    1.    In accordance with the provisions of Article III, Section 36(B)(2) and (3), Constitution of South Carolina, 1895, and Section 11-11-320(C) and (D) of the 1976 Code, there is appropriated from the monies available in the Capital Reserve Fund for Fiscal Year 2005-2006 the following amounts:

(1)    Election Commission

2006 General Election                                            $3,125,000

(2)    Department of Education

School Bus Purchases                                                26,123,069

(3)    Department of Education

Instructional Material                                                    1,855,727

(4)    Department of Education

Governor's School for Science

& Mathematics                                                        2,000,000

(5)    Department of Education

Governor's School for the Arts

& Humanities                                                            2,000,000

(6)    Department of Social Services

Automation of Child Support

Enforcement                                                         16,500,000

(7)    Educational Television Commission

Education Satellite Service                                        1,400,000

(8)    Wil Lou Gray Opportunity School

Window Replacement                                                    500,000

(9)    The Citadel

**Infirmary Roof Repair                                                1,500,000

**Indicates those vetoes overridden by the General Assembly on June 14, 2006.

(10)    Coastal Carolina University

**College of Natural Science (Nutraceuticals)                250,000

**Indicates those vetoes overridden by the General Assembly on June 14, 2006.

(11)    South Carolina State University

**Repair/Renovation                                                        2,500,000

**Indicates those vetoes overridden by the General Assembly on June 14, 2006.

(12)    State Board for Technical and

Comprehensive Education

Center for Accelerated

Technology Training                                                3,000,000

(13)    Vocational Rehabilitation

Roof Repairs                                                                    575,000

(14)    Vocational Rehabilitation

**Parking Facilities Upgrade                                            165,000

**Indicates those vetoes overridden by the General Assembly on June 14, 2006.

(15)    State Ports Authority

Harbor Dredging                                                            2,400,000

(16)    Judicial Department

Technology Upgrades                                                1,248,750

(17)    Governor's Office-SLED

Vehicles                                                                        1,000,000

(18)    Governor's Office-SLED

Datamaster Equipment                                                1,920,000

(19)    Attorney General's Office

Technology Savings Initiative                                        472,000

(20)    Office of Indigent Defense

**Information Technology                                            500,000

**Indicates those vetoes overridden by the General Assembly on June 14, 2006.

(21)    Department of Corrections

Facility Maintenance                                                    2,500,000

(22)    Department of Corrections

Improvement of Mental Health Services                        489,850

(23)    Department of Corrections

Multi-Purpose Buildings                                                600,000

(24)    Department of Corrections

Vehicles                                                                            422,900

(25)    Department of Probation, Parole

& Pardon Services

Sex Offender Monitoring Equipment                            200,000

(26)    Department of Juvenile Justice

Intensive Probation & Parole Supervision                        67,236

(27)    Department of Juvenile Justice

Re-Open Omega Dorm                                                    44,166

(28)    Department of Juvenile Justice

Video Conferencing                                                        155,000

(29)    Department of Juvenile Justice

Vehicles                                                                             113,400

(30)    Department of Juvenile Justice

Replacement of Dormitory at

Willow Lane or J.G. Richards Campus                    3,200,000

(31)    Department of Public Safety

Hwy. Patrol Replacement Trooper Class

Vehicles and Equipment                                        3,828,085

(32)    Department of Public Safety

CJA Certification/Registrar                                            580,000

(33)    Department of Public Safety

Criminal Justice Academy Renovations                    1,000,000

(34)    Department of Public Safety

Vehicles                                                                            129,489

(35)    Department of Agriculture

**Pee Dee Market Expansion                                        750,000

**Indicates those vetoes overridden by the General Assembly on June 14, 2006.

(36)    Department of Natural Resources

Wildlife Law Enforcement Equipment                        1,500,000

(37)    Department of Natural Resources

Information Technology Upgrades                            1,500,000

(38)    Department of Education

First Steps Early Childhood

Initiative - Pilot Program -

Materials, Grants and Incentives                        2,000,000

(39)    Human Affairs Commission

Information Technology Upgrades                                134,214

(40)    Workers' Compensation Commission

Computer Database                                                        854,757

(41)    Department of Insurance

Electronic Document Image

Management & Workflow System                            996,000

(42)    Department of Consumer Affairs

Satellite Operations & Call Center                                 20,400

(43)    Employment Security Commission

SCEIS Implementation                                                    933,189

(44)    Legislative Printing & Information

Technology Systems

Technology Upgrades                                                    520,000

(45)    Legislative Printing & Information

Technology Systems

Voice and Data Technology                                            680,000

(46)    Secretary of State's Office

UCC-Internet Access for Documents                            500,000

(47)    Arts Commission

**Arts Facility Project                                                821,364

**Indicates those vetoes overridden by the General Assembly on June 14, 2006.

(48)    Budget & Control Board

Enterprise Projects (SCEIS)                                        5,700,000

(49)    Budget & Control Board

Maritime Collection                                                    2,947,000

(50)    Commission for the Blind

SAP System Implementation                                            104,000

Total                                                                                $102,325,596.

Posting, carryforward

SECTION    2.    The Comptroller General shall post the appropriations contained in this joint resolution as provided in Section 11-11-320(D) of the 1976 Code. Unexpended funds appropriated pursuant to this joint resolution may be carried forward to succeeding fiscal years and expended for the same purpose.

Time effective

SECTION    3.    This joint resolution takes effect thirty days after the completion of the 2005-2006 fiscal year in accordance with the provisions of Article III, Section 36(B)(3)(a), Constitution of South Carolina, 1895, and Section 11-11-320(D)(1) of the 1976 Code.

Ratified the 7th day of June, 2006.

Vetoed by the Governor -- 6/13/06.

Veto overridden by House -- 6/14/06.

Veto overridden by Senate -- 6/14/06.



Text printed in italic, boldface indicates sections vetoed by the Governor on June 13, 2006.

**Indicates those vetoes overridden by the General Assembly on June 14, 2006.

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