South Carolina General Assembly
121st Session, 2015-2016

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A93, R128, H3702

STATUS INFORMATION

Joint Resolution
Sponsors: Ways and Means Committee
Document Path: l:\council\bills\bbm\9216dg15.docx

Introduced in the House on March 3, 2015
Introduced in the Senate on March 18, 2015
Last Amended on June 23, 2015
Passed by the General Assembly on June 23, 2015
Governor's Action: June 29, 2015, Certain items vetoed
Legislative veto action(s): Vetoes overridden

Summary: Capital Reserve Fund

HISTORY OF LEGISLATIVE ACTIONS

     Date      Body   Action Description with journal page number
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    3/3/2015  House   Introduced, read first time, placed on calendar without 
                        reference (House Journal-page 15)
    3/5/2015  House   Special order, set for Immediately following second 
                        reading of H.3701 (General Appropriations Bill) 
                        (House Journal-page 46)
   3/12/2015  House   Amended (House Journal-page 83)
   3/12/2015  House   Read second time (House Journal-page 83)
   3/12/2015  House   Roll call Yeas-108  Nays-1 (House Journal-page 88)
   3/13/2015          Scrivener's error corrected
   3/17/2015  House   Read third time and sent to Senate 
                        (House Journal-page 51)
   3/18/2015  Senate  Introduced and read first time (Senate Journal-page 6)
   3/18/2015  Senate  Referred to Committee on Finance (Senate Journal-page 6)
   4/28/2015  Senate  Committee report: Majority favorable with amend., 
                        minority unfavorable Finance (Senate Journal-page 10)
   4/29/2015          Scrivener's error corrected
   5/12/2015  Senate  Amended (Senate Journal-page 18)
   5/12/2015  Senate  Read second time (Senate Journal-page 18)
   5/13/2015          Scrivener's error corrected
   5/13/2015  Senate  Amended (Senate Journal-page 28)
   5/13/2015  Senate  Debate interrupted (Senate Journal-page 28)
   5/13/2015  Senate  Roll call Ayes-27  Nays-17 (Senate Journal-page 28)
   5/19/2015  Senate  Debate interrupted (Senate Journal-page 50)
   5/20/2015  Senate  Debate interrupted (Senate Journal-page 29)
   5/21/2015  Senate  Debate interrupted (Senate Journal-page 28)
   5/26/2015  Senate  Debate interrupted (Senate Journal-page 47)
   5/28/2015  Senate  Debate interrupted (Senate Journal-page 64)
    6/2/2015  Senate  Debate interrupted (Senate Journal-page 64)
    6/3/2015  Senate  Debate interrupted (Senate Journal-page 69)
   6/16/2015  Senate  Read third time and returned to House with amendments 
                        (Senate Journal-page 22)
   6/16/2015  Senate  Roll call Ayes-37  Nays-5 (Senate Journal-page 22)
   6/17/2015  House   Amended (House Journal-page 22)
   6/17/2015  Senate  Non-concurrence in House amendment 
                        (Senate Journal-page 6)
   6/17/2015  Senate  Roll call Ayes-1  Nays-34 (Senate Journal-page 6)
   6/17/2015  House   House insists upon amendment and conference committee 
                        appointed Reps. White, Pitts, Clyburn 
                        (House Journal-page 31)
   6/18/2015  Senate  Conference committee appointed Leatherman, Setzler, 
                        Peeler (Senate Journal-page 24)
   6/23/2015  House   Conference report adopted (House Journal-page 28)
   6/23/2015  House   Roll call Yeas-113  Nays-1 (House Journal-page 34)
   6/23/2015  Senate  Conference report adopted (Senate Journal-page 26)
   6/23/2015  Senate  Roll call Ayes-41  Nays-1 (Senate Journal-page 26)
   6/23/2015  Senate  Ordered enrolled for ratification 
                        (Senate Journal-page 34)
   6/23/2015          Ratified R 128
   6/29/2015          Certain items vetoed by Governor
    7/7/2015  House   Veto overridden on certain items: 1-3
    7/7/2015  Senate  Veto overridden on certain items: 1-3
   7/22/2015          Effective date See Act for Effective Date
   8/17/2015          Act No. 93

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VERSIONS OF THIS BILL

3/3/2015
3/3/2015-A
3/12/2015
3/13/2015
4/28/2015
4/29/2015
5/12/2015
5/13/2015
5/13/2015-A
6/17/2015
6/23/2015

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(A93, R128, H3702)

A JOINT RESOLUTION TO APPROPRIATE MONIES FROM THE CAPITAL RESERVE FUND FOR FISCAL YEAR 2014-2015, AND TO ALLOW UNEXPENDED FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO BE CARRIED FORWARD TO SUCCEEDING FISCAL YEARS AND EXPENDED FOR THE SAME PURPOSES.

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 Section 36(B)(2) and (3), Article III, 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 2014-2015 the following amounts:

(1)    H51 - Medical University of South

Carolina Children's Hospital    $    25,000,000

(2)    H63 - Department of Education

School Bus Lease or Purchase    $    12,610,000

(3)    H63 - Department of Education

Integrated Teacher Certification

and Compensation System    $    1,600,000

(4)    R44 - Department of Revenue

Integrated Tax System

Implementation    $    6,000,000

(5)    K05 - Department of Public Safety

Body Armor Replacement    $    800,000

(6)    K05 - Department of Public Safety

Law Enforcement Vehicles    $    1,000,000

**(7)    B04 - Judicial Department

Disaster Recovery Plan    $    2,500,000

Text printed in italic, boldface indicates sections vetoed by the Governor on June 29, 2015.
**Indicates those vetoes overridden by the General Assembly on July 7, 2015.

(8)    H59 - State Board For Technical and

Comprehensive Education

Trident Technical College

Workforce Training

Equipment    $    1,000,000

(9)    H59 - State Board for Technical and

Comprehensive Education

Workforce Pathways

Instructional Materials    $    1

(10)    H59 - State Board for Technical and

Comprehensive Education

Tri-County Technical College

Engineering and Industrial

Technology Program    $    1,500,000

(11)    H59 - State Board for Technical and

Comprehensive Education

Central Carolina Technical

College Workforce Center    $    1,300,000

(12)    H59 - State Board for Technical and

Comprehensive Education

Orangeburg Calhoun Technical

College Upgrade Technology

Infrastructure and Security

Systems    $    1,000,000

(13)    H09 - The Citadel

Deas Hall and Equipment    $    966,484

(14)    H27 - University of South Carolina -

Columbia Campus

Honors College Technology

Equipment    $    500,000

(15)    H27 - University of South Carolina -

Columbia Campus

Honors College Laboratory

Equipment    $    430,000

(16)    H47 - Winthrop University

Withers Roof    $    2,000,000

**(17)    P28 - Department of Parks,

Recreation and Tourism

State Aquarium Renovation    $    1,000,000

**(18)    E28 - Election Commission

Presidential Preference Primaries    $    2,200,000

Text printed in italic, boldface indicates sections vetoed by the Governor on June 29, 2015.
**Indicates those vetoes overridden by the General Assembly on July 7, 2015.

(19)    H59 - State Board for Technical and

Comprehensive Education

Northeastern Technical College -

Industrial Training Center

Renovations    $    1,500,000

(20)    H59 - State Board for Technical and

Comprehensive Education

York Technical College - Loop

Road Completion    $    1,400,000

(21)    H59 - State Board for Technical and

Comprehensive Education

Horry-Georgetown Technical

College - Advanced

Manufacturing Center    $    1,500,000

(22)    H59 - State Board for Technical and

Comprehensive Education

Aeronautical Training Center    $    20,000,000

(23)    H59 - State Board for Technical and

Comprehensive Education

Piedmont Technical College -

Phase III Center for

Advanced Manufacturing    $    1,500,000

(24)    H59 - State Board for Technical and

Comprehensive Education

Central Carolina Technical

College - Kershaw Campus    $    1,500,000

(25)    H59 - State Board for Technical and

Comprehensive Education

Denmark Technical College -

Building #200 and #300

Renovations    $    1,400,000

(26)    H59 - State Board for Technical and

Comprehensive Education

Technical College of the

Lowcountry - New River

Campus Road

Improvements    $    500,000

(27)    H09 - The Citadel

Byrd Hall Organic Chemistry Lab

Renovation    $    1,355,300

(28)    H12 - Clemson University - Education

and General

Business and Behavioral

Science Building    $    5,000,000

(29)    H15 - University of Charleston

Stern Center Repurposing     $    1,750,000

(30)    H21 - Lander University

Montessori Education Building    $    1,000,000

(31)    H27 - University of South Carolina -

Columbia Campus

Old Law School Renovation    $    3,500,000

(32)    H27 - University of South Carolina -

Columbia Campus

South Caroliniana Library    $    5,000,000

(33)    P28 - Department of Parks,

Recreation and Tourism

State Welcome Centers

Renovations    $    1,000,000

(34)    J02 - Department of Health and

Human Services

MMIS Replacement    $    5,039,189

(35)    J02 - Department of Health and

Human Services

Statewide Telemedicine

Infrastructure    $    1

(36)    H67 - Educational Television

Commission

Capital Needs    $    1,000,000

(37)    H03 - Commission on Higher

Education

Out-of-State Veteran Tuition

Reimbursement-Colleges    $    1

(38)    P16 - Department of Agriculture

Consumer Protection Equipment    $    1,000,000

(39)    U12 - Department of Transportation

Facility Maintenance and

Renovation    $    870,000

(40)    P20 - Clemson University - PSA

Agriculture and Natural Resources

Field Facilities    $    1,500,000

(41)    H18 - Francis Marion University

Student Academic System

Computer Software    $    1,500,000

(42)    H17 - Coastal Carolina University

Maintenance: Critical Care and

Repair (1:1 Match)    $    479,723

(43)    H24 - South Carolina State

University

Maintenance and Demolition    $    646,817

(44)    H29 - University of South Carolina

Aiken Campus

Maintenance: Critical Care and

Repair (1:1 Match)    $    342,807

(45)    H34 - University of South Carolina

Upstate Campus

Maintenance: Critical Care and

Repair (1:1 Match)    $    476,624

(46)    H36 - University of South Carolina

Beaufort Campus

Maintenance: Critical Care and

Repair (1:1 Match)    $    142,154

(47)    H37 - University of South Carolina

Lancaster Campus

Maintenance: Critical Care and

Repair (1:1 Match)    $    262,406

(48)    H38 - University of South Carolina

Salkehatchie Campus

Maintenance: Critical Care and

Repair (1:1 Match)    $    69,411

(49)    H59 - State Board for Technical and

Comprehensive Education

readySC    $    4,249,000

(50)    D10 - State Law Enforcement Division

Vehicles    $    900,000

$127,789,918

Regulation of expenditure of appropriations to the Department of Transportation

SECTION    2.    Funds appropriated above in Section 1, item (39) to the Department of Transportation shall be used to fund the Orangeburg District Office Building Renovation, Clarendon County Maintenance Complex Construction, SHEP Greenville/Spartanburg Office Construction, and Lexington Maintenance Complex Construction.

Regulation of expenditure of appropriations to institutions of higher learning

SECTION    3.    Of the funds appropriated above in Section 1 to institutions of higher learning entitled "Maintenance: Critical Care and Repair (1:1 Match)", each institution shall use the amount appropriated only for critical repair and related maintenance and/or other critical equipment and systems repair and maintenance that are necessary for the safe and efficient operation of an institution's physical plant in its support of the institution's educational purpose.

Funds must not be used for new construction and only may be utilized by an institution to the extent the funds are matched by the institution for necessary repair and maintenance projects generally.

Matching funds exclude supplemental, capital reserve, lottery, or nonrecurring state funds appropriated to an institution either in the current fiscal year or from a prior fiscal year for repair and maintenance or maintenance projects.

Prior to the utilization of these funds, institutions must certify to the Commission on Higher Education, in a manner it prescribes, the extent to which they have met this requirement, including the sources of funds utilized to meet this requirement.

Not later than one hundred twenty days after the close of the fiscal year, the Commission on Higher Education shall report to the Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee and the Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee regarding the utilization of this provision.

Funds not expended in the prior fiscal year may be carried forward into the current fiscal year and utilized for the same purpose, subject to the same matching requirement.

Lapsed appropriations

SECTION    4.    Of the items contained within this joint resolution, any item funded in the total amount of $1 shall lapse to the general fund on the effective date of this act.

Posting of appropriations

SECTION    5.    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 purposes.

Time effective

SECTION    6.    This joint resolution takes effect thirty days after the completion of the 2014-2015 Fiscal Year in accordance with the provisions of Section 36(B)(3)(a), Article III, Constitution of South Carolina, 1895, and Section 11-11-320(D)(1) of the 1976 Code.

Ratified the 23rd day of June, 2015.

Certain Items Vetoed by the Governor -- 6/29/15.

Certain Items overridden by House -- 7/7/15.

Certain Items overridden by Senate -- 7/7/15.

PLEASE NOTE

Text printed in italic, boldface indicates sections vetoed by the Governor on June 29, 2015.

**Indicates those vetoes overridden by the General Assembly on July 7, 2015.

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