View Amendment Current Amendment: 1a sub to Bill 5150

Reps. G.M. SMITH, SIMRILL, HERBKERSMAN, WHITMIRE, STAVRINAKIS, ERICKSON, LOWE, FINLAY, and BANNISTER propose the following Amendment No. to H.5150 as Passed By The House

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EXPLANATION: Amend bill back to the House version and amend further

Amend the bill, as and if amended, by striking all after the enacting words and inserting the bill as passed by the House of Representatives on March 15, 2022, which is hereby incorporated into this amendment.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, page 1, line 7, by increasing the amount(s) in Column 5 by:

Column 5Column 6

(2.00)

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, page 8, immediately after line 3, by inserting a new line to read:

Column 5 Column 6

Carolina Collaborative For Alternative Preparation

1

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, page 8, line 4, opposite /WORKING CONDITIONS SURVEY (CERRA) (H470)/ by decreasing the amount(s) in Column 5 by:

Column 5 Column 6

500,000

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, page 8, immediately after line 8, by inserting a new line to read:

Column 5 Column 6

WORKING CONDITIONS SURVEY (H270)

500,000

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, page 8, line 28, opposite /STATE AID TO CLASSROOMS/ by increasing the amount(s) in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5Column 6

50,000,00050,000,000

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, page 9, immediately after line 20, by inserting a new line to read:

Column 5 Column 6

POWER SCHOOLS/DATA COLLECTION

3,190,000 3,190,000

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, page 10, immediately AFTER line 8, by inserting a new line to read:

Column 5Column 6

READY1 1

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 13, THE CITADEL, page 27, line 7, opposite /UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS/ by increasing the amount(s) in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5Column 6

491,353 491,353

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 23, MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, page 60, line 2, opposite /OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES/ by increasing the amount(s) in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6

2,000,000 2,000,000

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 33, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, page 78, line 5, opposite /COORDINATED CARE/ by decreasing the amount(s) in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6

50,778,185 50,778,185

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 34, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL, page 88, line 9, opposite /ALLOC OTHER ENTITIES/ by decreasing the amount(s) in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5Column 6

1,400,000 1,400,000

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 38, DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES, page 106, line 18, opposite /OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES/ by decreasing the amount(s) in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5Column 6

80,000 80,000

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 41, DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY, page 119, line 8, opposite /OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES/ by increasing the amount(s) in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5Column 6

80,000 80,000

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 47, DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES, page 138, line 27, opposite /CLASSIFIED POSITIONS/ by increasing the amount(s) in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5Column 6

324,315 324,315

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 47, DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES, page 142, line 2, opposite /EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS/ by increasing the amount(s) in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5Column 6

455,163 455,163

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 57, JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT, page 158, line 24, opposite /UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS/ by increasing the amount(s) in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5Column 6

500,000500,000

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 57, JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT, page 159, immediately after line 16, by inserting a new line to read:

Column 5Column 6

NEW POSITIONS- ATTORNEY I

178,125178,125

(3.00)(3.00)

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 57, JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT, page 159, immediately after line 16, by inserting a new line to read:

Column 5Column 6

NEW POSITIONS- ATTORNEY II

132,798132,798

(2.00)(2.00)

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 57, JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT, page 159, line 18, opposite /OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES/ by increasing the amount(s) in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5Column 6

25,00025,000

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 57, JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT, page 160, lines 18-19, opposite /NEW POSITIONS- PROGRAM COORDINATOR I/ by increasing the amount(s) in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5Column 6

180,000180,000

(8.00)( 8.00)

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 57, JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT, page 160, line 20, opposite /OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES/ by increasing the amount(s) in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5Column 6

210,000210,000

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 57, JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT, page 160, line 26, opposite /UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS/ by increasing the amount(s) in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5Column 6

500,000500,000

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 57, JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT, page 160, line 32, opposite /OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES/ by increasing the amount(s) in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5Column 6

250,000250,000

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 57, JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT, page 163, line 33, opposite /EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS/ by increasing the amount(s) in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5Column 6

487,502 487,502

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 104, STATE FISCAL ACCOUNTABILITY AUTHORITY, page 251, line 19, opposite /OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES/ by increasing the amount(s) in Column 5 by:

Column 5Column 6

4,000,000

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 113, AID TO SUBDIVISIONS- STATE TREASURER, page 263, lines 14-15, opposite /AID TO COUNTIES- PROBATE JUDGES/ by increasing the amount(s) in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5Column 6

617,550617,550

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 113, AID TO SUBDIVISIONS- STATE TREASURER, page 263, line 16, opposite /AID TO COUNTIES- SHERIFFS/ by increasing the amount(s) in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5Column 6

617,550617,550

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 114, AID TO SUBDIVISIONS- DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, page 264, line 2-3, opposite /AID TO COUNTIES- HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION FUND/ by decreasing the amount(s) in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6

9,981,172 9,981,172

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, page 278, proviso 1.3, lines 24-28, by striking / The State Aid to Classrooms amount allocated to each district will be determined by subtracting the district's local share from the district's total Aid to Classrooms. Each district will receive either the amount determined by this new methodology or the actual state funding received in Fiscal Year 2021-22 from State Aid to Classrooms, EIA - Aid to Districts, EIA - Students at Risk of School Failure, Allocations EIA Teacher Salaries, Allocations EIA Employer Contributions, and EIA - South Carolina Public Charter Schools. / and inserting / For Fiscal Year 2022-23, one dollar will be allocated to districts of the funding received in the previous fiscal year from State Aid to Classrooms, EIA - Aid to Districts, EIA - Students at Risk of School Failure, Allocations EIA Teacher Salaries, Allocations EIA Employer Contributions, and EIA - South Carolina Public Charter Schools as its base. The remaining funding received in the previous fiscal year from State Aid to Classrooms and any additional money in State Aid to Classrooms with be distributed utilizing the new funding methodology in this provision. /

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, page 279, proviso 1.3, line 15, by inserting at the end to read:

/District-sponsored charter schools are still required to receive allocations per Section 59-40-140 of the Code of Laws./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, page 308, proviso 1.99, line 18, by inserting at the end to read:

/An educator whose South Carolina educator certificate has been suspended or revoked, other than for Breach of Contract, shall not be employed as a noncertified teacher. If a noncertified teacher commits an offense covered by the Code of Conduct as promulgated by the State Board of Education, then the State Board of Education is authorized to revoke the educator's registration./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1A, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION- EIA, page 334, proviso 1A.70, line 11, by striking /$12,150,000/ and inserting /$12,148,240/.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1A, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION- EIA, page 334, proviso 1A.70, line 12, by striking /$100,000,000/ and inserting /$95,965,999/.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1A, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION- EIA, page 334, proviso 1A.70, line 16, by striking /(H470)/ and inserting /(H270)/.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1A, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION- EIA, page 334, proviso 1A.70, line 17, by striking /$173,667/ and inserting /$307,667/.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1A, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION- EIA, page 334, proviso 1A.70, after line 18, by adding appropriately numbered items to read:

/ ( ) Carolina Collaborative for Alternative Preparation (H270) $1;

( ) Project Read $100,000;

( ) RIZE Prevention $150,000; ( ) Communities in Schools $1,000,000;

( ) First South Carolina (SC First Lego League) $150,000;

( ) Annabelle $1, 000,000;

( ) Plasma Games $1,500,000 /

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 3, LOTTERY EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT, page 341, proviso 3.5, line 16, by striking /$232,953,938/ and inserting /$232,953,927/.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 3, LOTTERY EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT, page 341, proviso 3.5, after line 34, by adding appropriately numbered items to read:

/ ( ) Commission on Higher Education - Nursing Initiative$1;

( ) Commission on Higher Education - Higher Education Excellence Program $1;

( ) Commission on Higher Education - Technology - Public Four-Year, Two-Year, and State Technical Colleges$1;

( ) Department of Education - School Buses$1;

( ) Department of Education - Dyslexia Screener$1;

( ) Department of Education - Teacher Transformation Pilot $1;

( ) State Library - Increase State Aid$1;

( ) Clemson University - College of Veterinary Medicine$1;

( ) Commission on Higher Education - University Center Greenville $1;

( ) Commission on Higher Education - Career Cluster$1;

( ) Commission on Higher Education - Institutes of Innovation and Information $1 ;/

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 3, LOTTERY EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT, page 344, proviso 3.5, line 29, after /purpose/ by inserting:

/, except that up to $250,000 may be used by the CTP consortium (known as The South Carolina Inclusive Post-Secondary Education Consortium) to be used collaboratively by the consortium to promote better awareness of CTP programs statewide as an option for youth with intellectual disabilities after high school through dedicated support for activities such as, but not necessarily limited to, student recruitment, development and maintenance of a consortium website and associated materials, and the provision of strategic informational events for prospective students and families across the State.

Of the funds appropriated to the Commission on Higher Education for Need-Based Grants, public colleges and universities must submit requests to carry forward Need-Based Grants to the Commission on Higher Education by June 30, 2023, and final invoices for Need-based Grants by a date determined by the commission. For Fiscal Year 2022-23, all eligible students must be awarded up to the maximum allowable amount prior to any Need-Based Grant funds being carried forward. Funds only shall be carried forward if all eligible Need-based Grant students at the public colleges and universities are fully funded with financial aid that does not require student repayment. Funds allocated for Fiscal Year 2022-23 must be distributed in the same academic year /

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 23, MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, page 354, after line 29, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(MUSC: Campus Renovation Funds) Funds remaining of the $6,500,000 appropriated in Act 95 of 2021, Section 1, Item (23) to the Medical University of South Carolina for Statewide Teaching Partnerships shall be redirected to be used for campus renovations and improvements. /

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 33, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES, pages 364-365, proviso 33.22, by amending subsection (b) to read:

/(B) The department shall continue to investigate the potential use of DSH and/or any other allowable and appropriate source of funds in order to improve access to emergency medical services in one or more rural communities identified by the department in which such access has been degraded due to a hospital's closure during the past five years determined to be unstable or at-risk.

(1)In the current fiscal year, the department is authorized to establish a DSH pool, or carry forward DSH capacity from a previous period as federally permissible support pool from other available funds, for this purpose and/or if deemed necessary to implement transformation plans for which conforming applications were filed with the department pursuant to this or a previous hospital transformation or rural health initiative proviso, but for which additional negotiations or development were required. The department, at its discretion, may cap or limit the amount of available funds at any time. An emergency department or facility that is established within 35 miles of its sponsoring hospital pursuant to this or a previous hospital transformation or rural health initiative proviso and which receives dedicated funding pursuant to this proviso shall be exempt from any Department of Health and Environmental Control Certificate of Need requirements or regulations. Any such facility shall participate in the South Carolina Telemedicine Network.

(2)The department may solicit receive proposals from and provide financial support for capital expenditures associated with the replacement/renovation of two or more rural hospitals, not to exceed one-quarter of the total project capital budget or addition of critical health services. Such a plan proposals must be submitted by a hospital system approved to advise a rural transformation project, and the project must be subject to ongoing advisement by the submitting facility, or subject to acquisition by the advising facility. The advised facility must be designated as a critical access hospital in a county experiencing not less than four percent decrease in population between the most recent decennial censuses and have been deemed eligible to participate in the rural transformation pool in a prior fiscal year. Proposals must demonstrate that the rural hospital has been properly sized to meet the needs of its service area and support a sustainable model of care in a rural setting. Priority shall be given to active health service districts and proposals that replace significantly aged physical plants; that preserve access to inpatient, outpatient, and emergency services; or that improve access to behavioral health services. The department shall require such written agreements which may require project milestone, last-dollar funding, and other stipulations deemed necessary and prudent by the department to ensure proper use of the funds are used to improve health outcomes and ensure rural health access. /

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 35, DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH, page 382, proviso 35.11, lines 24- 31, by striking the proviso in its entirety.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 49, DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION & TOURISM, page 399, proviso 49.1, line 13, by striking /$50,000/ and inserting /$100,000/.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 61, COMMISSION ON INDIGENT DEFENSE, page 417, after line 26, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(INDEF: Indigent Sex Offender Registry Removal Cases) The funding appropriated under SC Appellate Court Rule 608 Appointments shall be used for Sex Offender Registry Removal actions to include court ordered investigative, expert, or other services necessary for representation by public defenders or other private appointed counsel.

Any private attorney appointed shall be compensated at a rate not to exceed forty dollars per hour for time expended out of court and sixty dollars per hour for time expended in court, or on the basis of a set (flat) fee. The method of payment and amount of set (flat) fee will be determined by the Commission on Indigent Defense. Attorney fees shall not exceed three thousand five hundred dollars.

Reimbursement in excess of the hourly rate and limit set forth herein is authorized only if the court certifies, in a written order with specific findings of fact, prior to the fees being incurred, that reimbursement in excess of the rates or limit is necessary to provide reimbursement adequate to ensure effective assistance of counsel and reimbursement in excess of the limit is appropriate because the services to be provided are reasonable and necessary. If prior approval by written order of the court is not obtained, no additional fees shall be paid under any circumstances.

Upon a finding in ex parte proceedings that investigative, expert, or other services are reasonable and necessary for the representation of the defendant, the court shall authorize the defendant's attorney to obtain such services on behalf of the defendant and shall authorize the payment, from funds available to the Commission on Indigent Defense, of fees and expenses not to exceed five hundred dollars as the court considers appropriate. Payment in excess of the five-hundred-dollar limit is authorized only if the court certifies, in a written order with specific findings of fact, prior to the expense being incurred, that payment in excess of the limit is appropriate because the services to be provided are reasonable and necessary to provide adequate defense. Payments shall be made from funds appropriated for this purpose from the Commission of Indigent Defense. If prior approval by written order of the court is not obtained, no additional expenses shall be paid under any circumstances.

The Commission on Indigent Defense may retain, on a contractual basis, the services of attorneys and other professionals to assist court appointed attorneys to provide quality and effective representation in these cases./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 73, OFFICE OF REGULATORY STAFF, page 434, proviso 73.10, line 15, by inserting at the end to read:

/Santee Cooper may reduce their remittance of revenues to the State by the amount paid to the Office of Regulatory Staff for oversight costs under this provision. This reduction shall be made in Santee Cooper's second semiannual remittance to the State. /

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 87, DIVISION OF AERONAUTICS, page 446, proviso 87.6, line 22, by inserting at the end to read:

/Aeronautics may participate in the Federal Asset Transfer program to secure aircraft for use in official state business by utilizing appropriated general funds, not to exceed $50,000, and after the South Carolina Aeronautics Commission has provided the approval. /

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 117, GENERAL PROVISIONS, page 524, proviso 117.124, lines 16- 33, by striking the proviso in its entirety and inserting:

/117.124. (GP: Mobile Device Protection Plan) With funds appropriated and authorized in the current fiscal year, the Department of Administration in the current fiscal year, shall implement updated policies for protecting mobile devices including, but not limited to, cellular phones, tablets and laptops. The department must also consider the potential consolidation of existing protection plans as established by other state agencies, to ensure an effective and efficient statewide approach to a protection plan that covers all state owned devices.

(A)The following factors shall be considered by the department as it reviews options for providing this protection, and to the extent possible, the following components must be included in the updated plan:

(1) protective cases and screens available for all devices;

(2) multi-year underwritten insurance coverage for both the device and the protective case;

(3) zero deductible if possible to ensure cost savings to the department;

(4) multiple claims per device should be allowable;

(5) replacement policy if devices cannot be repaired;

(6) local pickup and delivery service for efficient repair and replacement where possible; and

(7) chain of custody notifications with real time progress and repair status updates.

(B)Upon development of these policies and to follow the new mobile device purchasing policy for state agencies, the State Fiscal Accountability Authority must establish a statewide contract for protecting all state -owned, mobile devices that can be included in one combined contract.

(C)The State Fiscal Accountability Authority must ensure that any contract developed for this purpose is awarded utilizing a competitive approach in accordance with the South Carolina Procurement Code. /

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 117, GENERAL PROVISIONS, pages 530-531, proviso 117.144, by striking the proviso in its entirety.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 117, GENERAL PROVISIONS, page 532, proviso 117.149, line 11, by striking /2021-22/ and inserting /2022-23/.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 117, GENERAL PROVISIONS, page 542, proviso 117.164, lines 1-7, by striking the proviso in its entirety.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 117, GENERAL PROVISIONS, page 542, proviso 117.165, lines 8-13, by deleting the proviso in its entirety and inserting:

/(GP: Disinfection and Cleaning) Of the funds appropriated or authorized herein, agencies and political subdivisions, including public school districts, may implement or procure cleaning, sanitization, and disinfection services and products that, at a minimum, meet the most current requirements and guidelines issued by the Department of Health and Environmental Control to mitigate the impact of any COVID-19 strains, as well as other communicable diseases. All cleaning, disinfection, and sanitization products should be able to be safely used on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis and meet the following qualifications, as aligned with current DHEC guidelines:

(1)be on the EPA approved disinfectant list;

(2)be a broad -spectrum disinfectant that kills 99.9% of bacteria and viruses, including COVID-19, norovirus, influenza, e-coli, mold, fungi, and odor causing bacteria;

(3)be safe for use on multiple solid surfaces without leaving a residue; and

(4)be recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency and the United States Department of Agriculture as safe for use around food, including for use in cafeterias, kitchens, and other areas where food is prepared or consumed.

The preferred method for widespread disinfection and sanitization of public spaces, after all necessary and recommended cleaning, may include the use of a residual antimicrobial, electrostatic spraying application on surfaces and utilize ultraviolet (UV-C) technology for indoor air quality (IAQ) pursuant to CDC guidelines. All related products and services require independent lab testing for verification of claims, and an Underwriters Lab (UL) listing for any electrical products. When vendors are procured to provide such services the vendor must have evidence of industry experience and expertise. /

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 117, GENERAL PROVISIONS, page 542, proviso 117.167, by striking lines 21-27, and inserting:

/117.167.(GP: Job Order Contracting Pilot Program) For the current fiscal year, the Division of Procurement Services of the State Fiscal Accountability Authority may pilot test a job order contracting method at the request and on behalf of up to six governmental bodies or public procurement units consisting of two state agencies and four school districts by entering into job order contracts to acquire construction services when the exact time or exact quantities of future jobs are not known at the time of contract award. The State Engineer must approve, in his sole discretion, which governmental bodies and public procurement units may participate in the pilot project. Procurement Services may enter into job order contracts with up to four businesses for each governmental body or public procurement unit for each licensing classification and sub-classification for construction. The job order contracts must terminate twenty-four months after award. /

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 117, GENERAL PROVISIONS, page 544, after line 16, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(GP: Statewide Mobile Health Units) For Fiscal Year 2022-23, the South Carolina Center for Rural and Primary Healthcare may provide coordination and requested technical assistance to mobile health units in South Carolina, in order to coordinate statewide delivery of services to increase access to preventative and diagnostic health care, and reduce health inequities for rural, vulnerable, underserved, and displaced populations in South Carolina. To support this goal, the South Carolina Center for Rural and Primary Healthcare shall: 1) be authorized to identify and maintain a directory of currently operating mobile health units, the areas of the state in which they serve, and the scope of services they provide, and the populations served by the mobile health unit; 2) offer technical assistance to these units, and any established in the future, in the form of operational, technical, or logistical guidance and consultation as requested; 3) provide collaborative learning and development opportunities for mobile health units to engage in best practices and increase access to underserved populations or communities; 4) partner with the University of South Carolina Salkehatchie and Denmark Technical College, other public institutions of higher education, state serving healthcare organization and other state serving agencies, including the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Health and Environmental Control to develop coordinating systems, support, training and health education services to meet the workforce needs of mobile health units and the communities that they serve; and also to develop competencies related to providing high impact mobile health services; and 5) initiate analyses and evaluation on the impact of services delivered through mobile health units. The center shall be available to assist and support implementation strategies driven by local, regional, and state data and research and aligned efforts, and may provide organization and collaboration among mobile health units and any units that may begin operating in the future./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 118, STATEWIDE REVENUE, page 562-571, proviso 118.19, by striking the proviso in its entirety and inserting:

/ 118.19. (SR: Nonrecurring Revenue) (A) The source of revenue appropriated in subsection (B) is nonrecurring revenue generated from the following sources:

(1)$1,023,777,259 from Fiscal Year 2020 -21 Contingency Reserve Fund;

(2)$1,901,589,014 from Fiscal Year 2021 -22 Projected Surplus;

(3)$16,832,497 from Fiscal Year 2021 -22 Debt Service in Excess Obligation;

(4)$53,898,508 from Litigation Recovery Account;

(5)$525,000,000 from Savannah River Site Litigation; and

(6)$100,000,000 from Estimated Excess Debt Service above Projected Expenditures.

Any restrictions concerning specific utilization of these funds are lifted for the specified fiscal year. The above agency transfers shall occur no later than thirty days after the close of the books on Fiscal Year 2021-22 and shall be available for use in Fiscal Year 2022-23.

This revenue is deemed to have occurred and is available for use in Fiscal Year 2022-23 after September 1, 2022, following the Comptroller General's close of the state's books on Fiscal Year 2021-22.

(B)The appropriations in this provision are listed in priority order. Item (1) must be funded first and each remaining item must be fully funded before any funds are allocated to the next item. Provided, however, that any individual item may be partially funded in the order in which it appears to the extent that revenues are available.

The State Treasurer shall disburse the following appropriations by September 30, 2022, for the purposes stated:

(1)Comprehensive Tax Cut of 2022 (S. 1087) $1;

(2)F310 - General Reserve Fund

(a)General Reserve Fund Contribution $64,024,852;

(b)General Reserve Fund Additional Contribution $209,194,431;

(c)Capital Reserve Fund $104,597,215;

(3)F300 - Employee Benefits

(a) SCRS and PORS Contributions - Act 13 of 2017$ 115,000,000;

(b)Employee Bonus $45,793,437;

(3.1) From the funds appropriated to Statewide Employee Benefits for Bonus Pay, effective on the first pay date that occurs on or after October 17, 2022, the Department of Administration shall allocate to state agencies $45,793,437 to provide for a one -time lump sum bonus. Each permanent state employee, in a full-time equivalent position, who has been in continuous state service for at least six months prior to July 1, 2022, shall receive an $1,500 one-time lump sum payment. This payment is not a part of the state employee's base salary and is not earnable compensation for purposes of employer or employee contributions to respective retirement systems. This appropriation may be used for payments to employees only in the same ratio as the employee's base salary is paid from appropriated sources and the employing agency shall pay the bonus for federal and other funded full-time equivalent positions employees from federal or other funds available to the agency in the proportion that such funds are the source of the employee's salary. The earnings limitation on bonuses in Proviso 117.52 of this act does not apply to this bonus. For institutions of higher education, the funds received for this bonus may be used without uniformity. Unexpended funds appropriated pursuant to this provision may be carried forward to succeeding fiscal years and expended for the same purposes.

(4)H630 - State Department of Education

(a)Capital Funding for Disadvantaged Schools $110,000,000;

(b)Bus Lease/Purchase $12,000,000;

(c)State Aid to Classrooms -Maintenance of Effort

and Equity$10,000,000;

(d)ESA Pilot $1,000,000;

(e)State Department of Education Relocation Additional Cost $12,000,000;

(f)Anderson 3 Consolidation Relocation$500,000;

(g)Battery Creek Elementary Roof Repair $1,310,000;

(h)Gallman Elementary School and Community Center

- Renovations and Repair$1;

(i)Renovations of St. James Learning Center in Marion $1;

(j)Artificial Intelligence Pilot- Autoengineering Pathway $1;

(5)H710 - Wil Lou Gray Opportunity School

Renovations and Maintenance$200,000;

(6)H750 - School for the Deaf and Blind

Renovation of Educational Buildings$4,000,000;

(7)L120 - Governor's School for Agriculture at John de la Howe

Cafeteria Upgrade$50,000;

(8)H670 - Educational Television Commission

Regional Studio Construction Enhancements$35,000,000;

(9)H640 - Governor's School for Arts and Humanities

Dining Hall Expansion and Furniture Replacement - Phase I$512,950;

(10)H950 - State Museum (State Museum Commission)

(a)Permanent Galley Renovation - Reimagine the

Experience (RTE): Phase 3$3,375,000;

(b)Museum's IT Network Upgrade $110,000;

(c)Museum Security System Upgrades- Phase 2 $1;

(11)H960 - Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum Commission

(a)Collections Storage Infrastructure $95,000;

(b)SC Vietnam Veterans Program $30,000;

(12)H030 - Commission on Higher Education

AmeriCorps Grant (Four years of match)$240,000;

(13)H090 - Citadel

Engineering Building$15,915,510;

(14)H120 - Clemson University

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$7,500,000;

(15)H150 - University of Charleston

Maintenance, Renovation, Replacement, and Expansion$12,500,000;

(16)H170- Coastal Carolina

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$1;

(17)H180 - Francis Marion

Environmental Science and Forestry Building$8,000,000;

(18)H210 - Lander

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$6,000,000;

(19)H240 - SC State

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$25,000,000;

(20)H270 - USC - Columbia

(a)Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement $1;

(b)Tucker Center $9,000,000;

(21)H290- USC- Aiken

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$1;

(22)H340 - USC - Upstate

(a)Library $5,000,000;

(b)Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement $3,000,000;

(23)H370 - USC - Lancaster

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$1;

(24)H390 - USC - Sumter

Health, Wellness, and Athletic Facilities$9,000,000;

(25)H400- USC- Union

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$1;

(26)H470 - Winthrop

(a)Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement $6,000,000;

(b)Wofford Hall and Richardson Hall $6,000,000;

(c)Dinkins and Dacus Library Renovation $5,000,000;

(27)H510 - Medical University of South Carolina - MUSC

(a)Purchase of Old Roper St. Francis Hospital $15,000,000;

(b)Hospital Authority - SC Children's Hospital

Collaborative Infrastructure$10,000,000;

(c)Traumatic Brain Injury Research $750,000;

(28)H590 - Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education

(a)Aiken Technical College

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$1,594,882;

(b)Central Carolina Technical College

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$10,000,000;

(c)Denmark Technical College

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$10,000,000;

(d)Florence -Darlington Technical College

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$2,517,863;

(e)Greenville Technical College

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$6,611,981;

(f)Horry -Georgetown Technical College

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$4,490,718;

(g)Midlands Technical College

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$1,572,254;

(h)Northeastern Technical College

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$1,107,253;

(i)Orangeburg -Calhoun Technical College

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$1,760,379;

(j)Piedmont Technical College

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$3,385,072;

(k)Spartanburg Community College

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$3,051,605;

(l)Technical College of the Lowcountry

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$1,551,771;

(m)Tri -County Technical College

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$4,234,139;

(n)Trident Technical College

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$7,080,626;

(o)Williamsburg Technical College

Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$1,000,000;

(p)York Technical College $1;

(q)Central Carolina Technical College -

Academic Building$19,000,000;

(r)Florence -Darlington Technical College -

(i) Darlington County Campus$20,000,000;

(ii)EMT & Paramedic Program Equipment $500,000;

(s)Horry -Georgetown Technical College - Grand

Strand Campus Renovation$5,000,000;

(t)Midlands Technical College-

Dual Credit and QuickJobs$4,500,000;

(u)Orangeburg -Calhoun Technical College -

Advanced Manufacturing Building$8,000,000;

(v)Tri -County Technical College - Transportation, Logistics,

and Utility Center$6,000,000;

(w)Trident Technical College - Berkeley Campus$6,000,000;

(x) York Technical College- Baxter Hood Center$28,000,000;

(y) Trident Technical College - Logistics Apprenticeship

Program with the SC Ports Authority$1;

(z)Spartanburg Community College- Cherokee Campus $1;

(29)H730 - Vocational Rehabilitation

(a)Technology Infrastructure $269,250;

(b)ADA Compliant Vehicle Replacement $520,000;

(c)Berkeley -Dorchester VR Center Re-roofing$494,000;

(d)Conway VR Center Re -roofing$540,000;

(e)Rock Hill VR Center Re -roofing$604,000;

(30)J020 - Department of Health & Human Services

(a)Behavioral Health Capacity $61,500,000;

(b)Rural Health Network Revitalization $6,000,000;

(c)Healthcare Compliance Programs $5,000,000;

(d)Youth Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility $5,000,000;

(e)Medical Contracts $2,000,000;

(f)Pregnancy Crisis Centers $2,400,000;

(g)Camp Happy Days $150,000;

(h)Beyond BASIC Lifeskills- Intellectual

Disability Assistance$1;

(i)Palmetto Foundation for Prevention and

Recovery- Youth Intervention Program$1;

(j)Seahaven Home for Youth $1;

(k)Jam es R. Clark Memorial Sickle Cell Foundation$1;

(l)SC Cervical Cancer Awareness Initiative $1;

(m)Marion County Long Term Recovery Group

Home Repairs$1;

(n)Fresh Start Transitional Project $1;

(o)Pleasant Valley Connection $1;

(p)Reedy Fork Center $1;

(q)Emma Wright Fuller Foundation

(Fuller Normal Institute)$1;

(r)Digital Literacy Project $500,000;

(s)FoodShare SC $200,000 ;

(t)Colorectal Cancer Prevention Network $250,000 ;

(u)Sight Savers Child Vision Screening $250,000 ;

(v)SC Cancer Alliance $500,000 ;

(w)Forrester Behavioral Health $2,000,000 ;

(x)Genesis Health Care, Inc. $1,500,000 ;

(31)J040 - Department of Health & Environmental Control

(a)EMS Association Recruitment and Retention $1,600,000;

(b)PFAS Remediation $25,000,000;

(c) ePermitting Project Completion$5,039,612;

(d)New Morning Foundation $1,875,000;

(e)Hazardous Waste Contingency Fund $1;

(f)Conestee Dam Emergency Mitigation $1;

(g)Town of Honea Path- Chiquola Mills Site Remediation $1;

(h)Clarendon County Abandonment of Wells $1;

(i)SCBio $200,000;

(32)J120 - Department of Mental Health

(a)State Veterans Nursing Homes $30,600,000;

(b)9-8-8 Suicide Crisis Hotline Secondary Call

Center Infrastructure$1;

(c)Mental Illness Recovery Center, Inc. (MIRCI) $500,000;

(d)Pickens County Behavioral Health Services $2,000,000;

(33)J160 - Department of Disabilities & Special Needs

(a)Community Based Services $140,000;

(b)South Carolina Genomic Medicine Initiative at

Greenwood Genetic Center$2,000,000;

(c)Best Buddies $300,000;

(d)Unite Us IT Implementation $1,500,000;

(e)Youth Intensive Residential Habilitation Homes $1,500,000;

(34)L040 - Department of Social Services

(a)Title IV -E Annualization$9,000,000;

(b)Real Champions Pilot Project $1;

(35)L060 - Department on Aging

(a)American Rescue Plan (State Match) $3,553,000;

(b)HUD Home Modification $150,000;

(c)Oconee County Matching Funds for Senior Center $7,000,000;

(d)Murdaugh Center Project- Federal Match $1;

(e)Senior Digital Literacy $350,000;

(36)L080 - Department of Children's Advocacy

(a)Foster Care Review Board Advocacy Upgrade $150,000;

(b)Children's Advocacy Centers $1,000,000;

(c)Administration and Investigations Unit Development $25,000;

(37)H790 - Department of Archives & History

(a)SC American Revolution Sestercentennial Commission $4,399,000;

(b)Historic Preservation State Grant Fund $500,000;

(c)Agency Digital Conversion to Cloud Storage $250,000;

(d)African American History Curriculum $100,000;

(e)City of Gaffney Revolutionary War Discovery Center-

Federal Match$1;

(f)Laurens County Historic Courthouse Renovation $1;

(g)Cherokee Historical Preservation Society $1;

(38)H910 - Arts Commission

(a)Resources to Support Community Arts Organizations $3,000,000;

(b)Creative Place Making Pilot in Rural Communities $500,000;

(c)Hartsville Center Theater $1 ;

(e)Theatre of the Republic $1 ;

(39)P120 - Forestry Commission

(a)Fire Support Aircraft $425,000;

(b)Wee Tee State Forest Bridge Replacement $4,500,000;

(40)P160 - Department of Agriculture

Local Farmers Markets Enhancements$3,000,000;

(41)P200 - Clemson - PSA

(a)Critical PSA Infrastructure $3,626,000;

(b)Edisto Research and Education Center Research

Infrastructure Upgrades and Expansion$7,000,000;

(c)Poultry Science Research Facility $1;

(42)P210 - SC State - PSA

(a)Expansion of Emerging Agribusiness Programs $1,500,000;

(b)Small Business Digital Technologies Transformation $585,000;

(c)Youth Residential Cabin at Historic Camp

Harry E. Daniels$2,000,000;

(d)The South Carolina Limnology Research Center $2,000,000;

(e)Nutrition and Mental Health Amid the

COVID-19 Pandemic$1;

(f)Impact of COVID-19 on Small Farm Sustainability

and Capacity$1;

(43)P280 - Department Parks, Recreation & Tourism

(a)Regional Promotions - SCATR$1,100,000;

(b)Murrells Inlet Dredging $25,000,000;

(c)State Park Enhancements $19,000,000;

(d)Destination Specific Grants $15,000,000;

(e)Edisto Beach Renourishment $7,500,000;

(f)Cabin Construction and Renovations $4,000,000;

(g)Santee Cabin Renovation $1;

(h)Cheraw State Park Cabins $1;

(i)Regional Tourism Advertising $4,000,000;

(j)Statewide Exhibits $500,000;

(k)Charles Towne Landing Animal Forest Enclosure

Repairs and Upgrades$500,000;

(l)Asbestos, Mold, Mildew, and Lead Abatement - Phase 6$500,000;

(m)State Parks Road Paving- Statewide $1;

(n)Campground Utility Replacement $1;

(o)Statewide Campground Comfort Stations $1;

(p)Palmetto Trail $1;

(q)Foothills Trail Maintenance $1;

(r)African American Tourism Institute $1;

(s)Summerville Miracle League- ADA Compliant Field $1;

(t)Town of Summerville- Maple Street

Extension Pedestrian Safety Improvements$1;

(u)Historic Penn Center Restoration $1;

(v)Dolly Cooper Park Improvements $1;

(w)City of York City Park- Phase II $1;

(x)City of Campobello- Community Center Project $1;

(y)Slater Hall $1;

(z)City of Newberry- Downtown Beautification $1;

(aa)Historic Mitchelville- Site Preservation

and Development$1;

(bb)Fairfield County Recreation Center $1;

(cc)Abbeville County Small Town Historical and Recreation $1;

(dd)Anderson County Small Town Historical and Recreation $1;

(ee)City of Calhoun Falls- Recreational Facility $1;

(ff)City of Calhoun Falls- Baseball Field Update $1;

(gg)McCormick County- Nuisance Buildings/Properties $1;

(hh)Town of Lowndesville$1;

(ii)Greenwood Recreation $1;

(jj)City of Saluda $1;

(kk)City of Ninety-Six $1;

(ll)Town of Hodges $1;

(mm)Town of Ware Shoals $1;

(nn)Town of Troy $1;

(oo)Town of McCormick $1;

(pp)Carolina Cup Equipment and Repairs $1;

(qq)Cherry Grove FFA Camp $1;

(rr)Tourism Congestion Improvements- Hwy 90 $1;

(ss)City of Orangeburg- Civil Rights Museum $1;

(tt)Orangeburg County- Lake Edisto Park Boardwalk $1;

(uu)Orangeburg County- Homeless Shelter Renovations $1;

(vv)Lower Richland Diamond Festival $1;

(ww)Statewide African American History

Tourism and Marketing$1;

(xx)Westend Neighborhood Park Construction $1;

(yy)Anson Burial Memorial Fund $1;

(zz)Butler Heritage Foundation- Economic Development/

Community Investment$1;

(aaa)City of Bishopville Recreation Facilities $1;

(bbb)Lake Paul Wallace Maintenance and Revitalization $1;

(ccc) Enoree Community Revitalization$1;

(ddd)Hunters for the Hungry $1;

(eee) Colleton County Green Pond Community Center$1;

(fff) Swan Lake Iris Gardens/Shotpouch Greenway$1;

(ggg)Town of Arcadia Lakes Beautification $1;

(hhh)City of Conway- Wetland Park Boardwalk

Trails and Gardens$1;

(iii)City of Conway- Riverwalk Connection to

Kingston Lake$1;

(jjj)Greeleyville Pavilion $1;

(kkk)West Columbia- Riverfront Repair and Expansion $1;

(lll)Riverbanks Zoo and Gardens $1;

(mmm) Rosenwald School$1;

(nnn)Morris Island Lighthouse Interior Repairs $1;

(ooo)American Landmark Middleton Place Foundation-

Infrastructure Repairs$1;

(ppp)Dorchester heritage Museum- Capital Fund Drive $1;

(qqq)American Legion Post 170 $1;

(rrr) PGA Championship$5,000,000;

(sss) Film Incentives $7,000,000;

(44)P320 - Department of Commerce

(a)Strategic Economic Development Infrastructure $100,000,000;

(b)Closing Fund $150,000,000;

(c)Spartanburg Downtown Development Infrastructure $10,500,000;

(d)LocateSC $10,000,000;

(e)SC Technology and Aviation Center $9,000,000;

(f)South Carolina Association for Community

Economic Development$2,000,000;

(g)Graduation Alliance $1;

(h)Charleston Digital Corridor $1;

(i)Stoney Neighborhood Community Development

Corporation$5,000,000;

(j)Graduation Alliance $500,000;

(k)Palmetto Goodwill $500,000;

(44.1) There is established a pilot program within the Department of Commerce named the Public/Private Partnerships Emergency Services Fund for the purpose of funding projects that increase a local government's emergency services capacity and capability. Every project must involve investment and participation by both private companies and local governments in order to be eligible for funding. The Department of Commerce will provide an annual update by January 15 of each year to the Chairmen of the Senate Finance Committee and Ways and Means Committee until all funds are expended. Any unexpended funds at the end of the fiscal year shall be carried forward and expended in the current fiscal year for the same purposes.

(44.2)From the funds appropriated to the Department of Commerce (Department) for Strategic Economic Development Infrastructure, one dollar shall be transferred to the South Carolina Quantum Association (Association) for the purposes of procuring and operating a quantum computing system for the benefit of the State of South Carolina. Prior to the transfer of funds, the Department must enter into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Association which, at a minimum, will include the following:

(a) the makeup of the Association board of directors (board), which, at a minimum, must include a private sector appointed representative of the state's three research universities;

(b) the size and appointing authorities of the board cannot be changed without prior written consent from the department;

(c) a stipulation as to where the Association and the quantum computer will be housed;

(d) how the Association will utilize the quantum computer to benefit South Carolina both in economic development and academic research; and

(e) how ownership of the quantum computer will be handled and under what circumstances the department may take possession of the computer.

Prior to signing of the MOU and transfer of the funds, the department must submit the MOU and the Association must submit their bylaws to the Joint Bond Review Committee for review and comment.

(45)Y140 - State Ports Authority

Naval Base Intermodal Facility and Container

Barge Infrastructure$126,900,000;

(46)P240 - Department of Natural Resources

(a)Law Enforcement - New Class and Operating$676,500;

(b)Water Planning, Mapping, and Monitoring $2,300,000;

(c)Land Conservation $68,250,000;

(d)Infrastructure Needs $15,100,000;

(e)Waterfowl Impoundments Infrastructure Maintenance $2,727,000;

(f)Vehicle Rotation $1,000,000;

(g)Field/Regional Office and Building Maintenance $1,000,000;

(h)Marine Infrastructure $1;

(i)Fish Hatcheries and State Lakes Maintenance & Repair $1;

(j)Shooting Ranges and Dove Fields $1;

(k)Internal Roads and Farm Bridges and

Boat Ramp Maintenance$1;

(l)Lake Santee Boat Landing $4,000,000;

(47)P400 - Conservation Bank

Conservation Grant Funding$30,000,000;

(48)E200 - Attorney General

(a)Crime Victim Assistance Funding $25,367,000;

(b)Dennis Building Infrastructure Upgrades $15,000,000;

(c)SC Child ID Program $3,000,000;

(d)Savannah River Litigation $1;

(49)E210 - Prosecution Coordination Commission

(a)Agency Technology Equipment and Software $406,000;

(b)Solicitor Technology Equipment and Software $9,600,000;

(c)General Tort Liability Increase $1;

(d)Intake and Analysis Program $1;

(50)E230- Commission on Indigent Defense

Fee and Fines Expenditure Offset$1;

(51)D100 - State Law Enforcement Division - SLED

(a)Agency Personnel and Equipment $2,357,200;

(b)Insurance Reserve Fund Increase $1;

(c)Animal Fighting Enforcement $72,600;

(d)Bell Helicopter $15,000,000;

(e)Forensic Breath Testing Units $2,562,500;

(f)Pee Dee Regional Office $4,000,000;

(g)Vehicle Rotation $1,000,000;

(52)K050 - Department of Public Safety

(a)Insurance Reserve Fund Rate Increases $1;

(b)Local Body Camera and Vests Grants Programs $20,000,000;

(c)Vehicle Rotation $3,000,000;

(d)Governor's Law Enforcement Award $30,000;

(e)DPS Agent Body Worn Camera Rotation $1;

(f)Radio Rotation $1;

(g)Statewide Body Camera Program $1;

(53)N200 - Law Enforcement Training Council (Criminal Justice Academy)

(a)Center for Excellence in Policing and Public Safety $10,000,000;

(b)Dormitory Restrooms Renovation $1,240,553;

(54)N040 - Department of Corrections

(a)Critical Deferred Maintenance Projects $10,000,000;

(b)Agency Critical Equipment Replacement $37,013,067;

(c)Goodman Classroom & Mental Health Services

Modular Buildings$1,350,000;

(d)Expansion of K -9 Unit at Level III Lee

Correctional Institution$352,500;

(e)Command Center Security Operations & Weapons

Upgrade/Replacement$263,710;

(f)CDL Training School Modification $192,000;

(g)Security and Maintenance Reserve Fund $1;

(h)Insurance Reserve Fund $1;

(i)Electronic Monitoring Program $500,000;

(55)N080 - Department of Probation, Parole & Pardon Services

(a)Insurance Reserve Fund Rate Increases $1;

(b)Agency Fleet Replacement Plan $1;

(c)Agency Equipment $3,910,683;

(d)Information Technology Computer Network Refresh $1,236,051;

(e)Live Scan $998,921;

(f)Electronic Monitoring Program $500,000;

(56)N120 - Department of Juvenile Justice

(a) Severely Mentally Ill (SMI) Youth Facility$20,000,000;

(b)Facilities Management- Maintenance and

Security Upgrades$8,000,000;

(c)Virtual Visitation Kiosk and Implementation $1,500,000;

(d)PACE Center for Girls $500,000;

(e)Electronic Monitoring Program $500,000;

(57)R520 - State Ethics Commission

Investigator IV$28,150;

(58)L360 - Human Affairs Commission

(a)Security Cameras $60,000;

(b)Public Information IT $70,000;

(c)Cisco Switches Replacement $9,000;

(59)L460 - Commission for Minority Affairs

Technology Infrastructure Upgrades$250,000;

(60)R080 - Workers Compensation Commission

IT Legacy System Modernization Project$5,000,000;

(61)R360 - Department of Labor, Licensing & Regulation

(a)Emergency Response Task Force - USAR - SC Task

Force 1 Equipment$12,000,000;

(b)State Fire Marshal - USAR Funding$5,000,000;

(c)Emergency Response Task Force - Regional

Team Equipment$5,000,000;

(d)Agency Technology Upgrades $2,000,000;

(e)EMT Training $850,000;

(f)USAR Building Renovation $1;

(g)USAR Headquarters and Emergency Operations Centers $1;

(h)Slater Marietta Fire Department $1;

(i)Fairfield County Fire Service Firefighter Air Packs $1;

(j)Town of Patrick Fire Department Equipment $1;

(62)R400 - Department of Motor Vehicles

(a)CDL Testing Site Expansion $3,201,370;

(b)Established Motor Carrier Service State Program $1,092,000;

(63)R600 - Department of Employment & Workforce

Be Pro Be Proud - Final Phase$642,500;

(64)U120 - Department of Transportation

(a)Rural Interstate Funding $176,500,242;

(b)Surface Transportation Resiliency Studies $5,000,000;

(c)City of York Lincoln Road Sidewalk Installation $1;

(d)Hampton County- Exit 38 Public Safety Upgrades $1;

(e)City of Easley- Congestion Mitigation $1;

(65)U200 - County Transportation Funds

CTC Acceleration$250,000,000;

(66)U300 - Division of Aeronautics

Statewide Airport Growth Response$65,000,000;

(67)B040 - Judicial Department

Court of Appeals New Courtroom and Office Space$1,641,410;

(68)C050 - Administrative Law Court

(a)Computer Equipment Maintenance $423,385;

(b)Renovations and Furniture $923,028;

(69)A170 - Legislative Services

Enterprise Software Systems$8,500,000;

(70)D300 - Office of Resilience

Disaster Relief and Resilience Reserve Fund$10 ,660,006;

(71)D500 - Department of Administration

(a)Facilities Management - Maintenance Projects$10,000,000;

(b)Digital Government Transformation $6,500,000;

(c)Palmetto Statewide Radio System $1;

(d)Leadership South Carolina $1;

(e)Marion County Animal Shelter Infrastructure costs $1;

(f)Barnwell County Consolidated High School &

CATE Center (SRS)$105,000,000;

(g)Aiken County Public School District (SRS)$ 22,975,000;

(h)Allendale School District Capital Improvements (SRS)$15,000,000;

(i)Edgefield County School District Workforce

Equipment and Training (SRS)$1,600,000;

(j)Bettis Academy Preparatory School Renovation

and Construction (SRS)$1,200,000;

(k)Fox Creek Athletic Complex (SRS) $1,000,000;

(l)Bamberg County Consolidated Schools-

Schools Facilities Bond Reduction (SRS)$5,000,000;

(m)Aiken Technical College- Welding Lab (SRS)$1,500,000;

(n)Aiken Technical College- Nursing School Facility (SRS)$1;

(o)Piedmont Technical College Advanced

Manufacturing Center (SRS)$10,000,000;

(p)North Augusta/Aiken County New Savannah

Bluff Lock and Dam (SRS)$15,000,000;

(q)Aiken County Storage Tanks and Pump Stations (SRS)$4,000,000;

(r)North Augusta Regional Solid Waste

Transfer Station (SRS)$2,000,000;

(s)Aiken Generational Park (SRS)$1,200,000;

(t)Aiken Railroad Facilities Renovation

and Completion (SRS)$900,000;

(u)Industrial Park Project in Eastern

Aiken County (SRS)$10,000,000;

(v)Edgefield Law Enforcement Center (SRS)$18,000,000;

(w)National Lab (SRS)$20,000,000;

(x)Dreamport National Guard (SRS)$10,000,000;

(y)Cyber Initiative- Fort Gordon Army Cyber

Command Center (SRS)$15,000,000;

(z)Redevelopment and Economic Development

in Downtown Aiken (SRS)$20,000,000;

(aa)Allendale CV Bing Community Center (SRS)$4,500,000;

(bb)Allendale County- Law Enforcement Agency

Consolidation and Upgrades (SRS)$1;

(cc)Barnwell Multipurpose Building (SRS)$2,000,000;

(dd)Blackville Multipurpose Space (SRS) $2,000,000;

(ee)Williston City Park Multipurpose Building (SRS)$1,000,000;

(ff)Aiken Horse Creek Water Treatment

Plant Upgrades (SRS)$1;

(gg)Aiken Highway 19 Corridor Business/

Economic Development (SRS)$1;

(hh)Aiken Public Safety Infrastructure County

Fire Suppression (SRS)$1;

(ii) Aiken Sage Mill Industrial Park Improvements (SRS)$1;

(jj) Aiken Waterline from Beech Island to Jackson

w/ Elevated Water Tanks (SRS)$1;

(kk)Allendale Purchase- Permitting and Development

of Industrial Site (SRS)$1;

(ll)Bamberg County- Airport Improvements (SRS) $1;

(mm)Bamberg County- Cross Rhodes Industrial

Park Spec Building (SRS)$1;

(nn)Colleton County- New Spec Industrial

Shell Building (SRS)$1;

(oo)Hampton County- Purchase of property adjacent

to Industrial Park (SRS)$1;

(pp)Lexington Batesburg-Leesville Industrial Park- Construction

of Speculative Building on Parcel #1 (SRS)$1;

(qq)Lexington Batesburg-Leesville Industrial Park-

Parcel #1 Site Preparation (SRS)$1;

(rr) Lexington Chapin Business and Technology Park

at Brighton (SRS)$1 ;

(ss)Lexington Saxe Gotha Industrial Park-

Parcel #9 Site Preparation (SRS)$1;

(tt)Lexington Saxe Gotha Industrial Park Phase

III Roadway and Waterline Expansion (SRS)$1;

(uu)Orangeburg County- Hidden Valley Road/

Essex Road Sewer (SRS)$1;

(ww)Orangeburg County- Holy Hill Services Center

Renovation (SRS)$1;

(xx)Orangeburg County- Property Acquisition (SRS) $1;

(yy)Orangeburg County- Western End Industrial

Spec Building (SRS)$1;

(zz)Piedmont Technical College- Workforce Development

and Career Training in Saluda County (SRS)$1;

(aaa)County Transportation Committees

(excluding primary counties) (SRS)$1;

(bbb)Aiken County Rural Health Services

Building (SRS)$6,000,000;

(ccc) Aiken County Law Enforcement Complex (SRS)$1;

(ddd)Aiken County United Way Building/

Infrastructure (SRS)$1;

(eee) Children's Place Incorporated/Multi-County

Therapeutic Child Care Infrastructure (SRS)$1;

(fff) Naval Base Intermodal Facility and Container

Barge Infrastructure (SRS)$223,100,000;

(72)E160 - State Treasurer

(a)Disaster Trust Fund $13,849,927;

(b)Digital Currency Literacy $500,000;

(73)E240 - Adjutant General

(a)IT Network Migration License Fees$195,000;

(b)Olympia Armory Renovation $3,040,450;

(c)Armory Revitalization Funding $2,500,000;

(d)SCEMD - Building Repairs$221,000;

(e) SCEMD - Replacement of HVAC Units (Phase 3 of 3)$172,000;

(f) AmeriCorps- State Match $338,000;

(74)E260 - Department of Veterans' Affairs

(a)Military Affairs Expansion $8,000;

(b)Mobile Service Capability $1,283,380;

(c)Veteran Transition Homes $10,000,000;

(d)Military Enhancement Fund $10,000,000;

(75)X220 - Aid to Subdivisions - State Treasurer

Council of Governments Supplement Increase$1,000,000 ;

(76) Funds shall be appropriated for Law Enforcement purposes as follows: K050- Department of Public Safety: Marion County Sheriff's Office $300,000; Bamberg County Law Enforcement $250,000; Mental Health for Incarcerated Individuals Pilot Program $373,000; Abbeville County Detention Center $225,000; Abbeville Sheriff's Office $279,657; Turn 90 $667,000; City of Sumter Emergency Services $1,700,000; Spartanburg Police Department $490,000; Bluffton Police Department $100,000; Beaufort County Crime Lab $400,000; SC Feral Hog Eradication Partnership $750,000; Florence County Sheriff's Office $598,000; Lancaster County Sheriff's Office $350,000; Estill Community Center/Police Facility $350,000; Tri-County Biological Lab $1,000,000; Youth Empowerment Services, Inc. $200,000; Lee Law Enforcement & Coroners $250,000; and Georgetown County Sheriff's Office $1,000,000;

(77) Funds shall be appropriated for Local Government purposes as follows: X220- Aid to Subdivisions- State Treasurer: City of Florence Economic Development $2,750,000; West Main Street Strategic Growth Corridor $4,500,000; City of Marion $90,000; City of Mullins $75,000; Town of Arcadia Lakes Beautification $500,000; Saluda County $364,000; Goose Creek Crosswalks $35,000; City of Goose Creek $2,500,000; Greater Waverly Foundation $200,000; Town of Blythewood $500,000; Aynor Town Park Improvements $350,000; St. Stephen Town Hall $40,000; Tri-City Community Center $50,000; Town Resource Center- Phase II $50,000; Charleston Animal Society $500,000; Project Street Outreach $50,000; Wadmalaw Island Community Center $500,000; Calhoun County Beautification- Calhoun County $35,000; John Ford Community Center- Calhoun County $76,295; St. Matthews Railroad Beautification- Calhoun County $95,000; Town of Timmonsville $300,000; City of Darlington $300,000; CORESC $1,000,000; Lee County Community Wellness Center $750,000; Community Vision of Hope $100,000; Tri-City Visionaries $150,000; Juveniles Upholding Morals and Principles of Society $50,000; Town of Winnsboro- Main Street Revitalization $500,000; North Charleston SC Youth $50,000; Positive Vibes Mentorship Program $100,000; Tiny is Powerful $75,000; Digital Access $250,000; City of Georgetown $500,000; and E260- Department of Veterans' Affairs: Military Museum $8,000,000;

(78) Funds shall be appropriated for Sports, Recreation, Tourism, and Agriculture purposes as follows: P280- Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism: Rembert Black Cowboy Festival $25,000; Saluda Grade Rail Trail $5,000,000; Lancaster County Recreational Facility $750,000; Friends of Harbison State Forest $250,000; Finlay Park $1,000,000; Holocaust Council $1,000,000; Anne Frank Center $2,000,000; Fort Howell Park Renovations $45,000; Outside Hilton Head Foundation $125,000; Swamp Rabbit Trail $500,000; Isle of Palms Harbor Dredging $1,500,000; Medal of Honor Leadership and Education Foundation $4,000,000; Green Crescent Trail Phase II of II $800,000; Socastee Park $5,000,000; Manchester Trailways $25,000; Kings Mountain State Park $250,000; Carolina Cup $500,000; Greenville Zoo $1,000,000; Spanish Moss Trail Pedestrian Crossing $200,000; Hunting Island Lighthouse Stair Repair $1,000,000; Lexington Greenway Extension $8,000,000; Surfside Pier $1,000,000; Magnolia Building Renovation $800,000; Bobby Richardson Park $1,750,000; Sumter County Trailhead and Pedestrian Access $3,000,000; Patriot Hall Renovation $4,600,000; Patriot Park Expansion/Miracle Park $5,000,000; Giving Hope Gardens $200,000; Criterion Club of Dillon $125,000; Town of Lake View- Hilltop Park $145,000; City of Dillon Golf Course- Maintenance Needs $1,100,000; Main Street Dillion- SC Streetscape $1,250,000; Coulter Academy $500,000; Old Marlboro Community Center- King Street $750,000; Marlboro County Recreation Facilities $2,000,000; Heyward House $500,000; MI Bike Path $325,000; Revolutionary Park $30,000; City of Liberty Rec Center $50,000; Pickens County YMCA $1,000,000; SC Athletic Coaches Association- North vs. South All Star Game $100,000; North Augusta Miracle Field $500,000; Springfield Multipurpose Community & Recreation Center $1,800,000; West Orangeburg Community Center $2,000,000; CR Neal Center $300,000; Trinity Education Community and Conference Center $300,000; St. Michael's Historic Slave Cemetery $40,000; Wassamassaw Recreational Park $20,000; Pineville/Eadytown Community Park $30,000; Cross Community Center $30,000; YMCA Cane Bay $50,000; Antioch Multi-Purpose Building $200,000; Dorchester Heritage Center $1,000,000; Manning Church Street Park Development $699,500; St. Luke Community Basketball Court Reno - Florence County $25,000; Youth Center Renovations $250,000; Ridgeway Splashpad $50,000; Sandy Run Walking Trail- Calhoun County $100,000; Orangeburg- Whitaker Park Upgrades $350,000; Calhoun County Recreational Facility Upgrades and Marketing $500,000; Penn Center- St. Helena Island $1,027,800; Township Auditorium $100,000; Elmwood Park Cemetery $100,000; YMCA of Columbia $150,000; State Museum $350,000; Columbia Urban League $500,000; City of Columbia Greenway $1,500,000; Williams Street Gateway Infrastructure Project $9,000,000; International African American Museum $1,000,000; Seneca Event Center $10,000,000; Lake Warren State Park $1,000,000; Darlington Raceway $500,000; Arts Center at Fountain Park $1,000,000; Southeastern Wildlife Expo $300,000; Charleston Wine & Food Festival $300,000; Spoleto Festival $500,000; Explore Black Charleston/Columbia $100,000; Riverbanks Zoo $1,000,000; SC Aquarium $8,000,000; Office of Tourism Analysis $1,000,000; Angel Oak Park & Preserve $3,000,000; Dolly Cooper Park $500,000; Festival on the Avenue $100,000; West End Neighborhood Park $1,050,000; City of Sumter N. Main Corridor Improvement $1,100,000; South Sumter Park $2,500,000; Lee State Park $75,000; Goodale State Park $175,000; Pearl Flynn Garden Project $500,000; Anderson YMCA $300,000; Fountain Inn Main Street Enhancements $1,000,000; Jones Mill Historic Site and Park $1,600,000; Sanctified Hill Park $2,500,000; and Lexington County Conference Center $5,000,000; P160- Department of Agriculture: South Carolina Ag in the Classroom $750,000; Foothills Agriculture Center Projects $650,000; York County 4H Arena $500,000; and Statewide Agriculture Museum $100,000; R360- Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation: City of Marion Fire Department $95,000; Lexington County Fire Service $1,000,000; Western York County Fire Department $250,000; Fort Lawn Fire Dept- Gallo Winery $2,000,000; Boiling Springs Fire District $1,600,000; Piedmont Fire Department $200,000; V-Safe $3,000,000; and Anderson County Fire Service $150,000; U300- Division of Aeronautics: Hilton Head Island Airport Expansion $12,000,000; U120- Department of Transportation: Left Lane Drivers Signage $50,000; H790- Department of Archives & History: Barber House- Historical Tourism $50,000; Revolutionary War Discovery Center $1,000,000; Ninety Six Historical Society $12,000; Pickens County Historical Society $50,000; SC Historical Society $1,500,000; and Lincoln Preservation Society $450,000; H910- Arts Commission: Gibbes Museum of Art $1,300,000; Southside Cultural Monument $300,000; Camden Colonial Arts $300,000; P200- Clemson PSA: Economic Development- Cultural Welcome Center $7,000,000; and Y140- State Ports Authority: Port Royal Sound $100,000;

(79) Funds shall be appropriated for Economic Development purposes as follows: P320- Department of Commerce: Town of Lamar Economic Development $150,000; Scranton Industrial Park $1,100,000; Florence County Industrial Park East $3,400,000; City of Columbia Railroad Project $20,000,000; Greater South Farrow Road Community Development Foundation $100,000; SC Business Advancement Center $600,000; Florence County Industrial Park West $4,275,000; Greenbrier Resources Community Development Center $50,000; and SC Rural Community and Workforce Development $211,000;

(80) Funds shall be appropriated for Educational purposes as follows: H030- Commission on Higher Education: University Center $885,000; H590- Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education: Technical College of the Lowcountry- Workforce Collaborative $2,500,000; and H360- USC- Beaufort: USC Beaufort Convocation Center $5,000,000; and H630- State Department of Education: Christian Learning Center of Greenville County $1,500,000; Palmetto Palace $250,000; The Center for Education Equity $600,000; Palmetto Project $250,000; Turbeville Library $750,000; Berkley County Library- Goose Creek $300,000; John McKissick Field Upgrades $500,000; Boys State $25,000; Girls State $25,000; and Regional Education Centers $3,000,000; and

(81) Funds shall be appropriated for Healthcare purposes as follows: J020- Department of Health & Human Services: Palmetto Foundation for Prevention and Recovery- Youth Intervention Program $150,000; Project NOLA $250,000; Hope Center $50,000; Palmetto Mens Center- Hope Health $1,000,000; Women in Unity $300,000; The Hive Community Organization $150,000; Helping Hands $250,000; Nicholtown Child and Family Collaborative $25,000; Med Ex Academy $100,000; Barksdale Foundation Sickle Cell Unit $500,000; St. Clare Maternity Home $200,000; Pregnancy Center and Clinic of the Low Country $50,000; Shoreline Behavioral Health $1,000,000; Abbeville Co. DSS/DHHS $100,000; Mobile Medical Units $190,000; Community Health Workers Association $1,000,000; Dianne's Call $150,000; Antioch Senior Center $300,000; Brain Injury Association $374,500; Community Medicine Foundation $500,000; Upstate Family Resource Center $900,000; Connie Maxwell Children's Ministries Healing Center $250,000; Moncks Corner Mental Health Gym $250,000; The Medi $50,000; Pathways Community Center Fire Suppression $500,000; J120- Department of Mental Health: Pickens County Behavioral Health Services $2,000,000; J040- Department of Health & Environmental Control: Wachesaw Outfall Project $1,200,000; Aynor Stormwater Project $650,000; Harleyville Sewer Projects $350,000; Ridgeway Water Tower Maintenance $100,000; Impact fees for water/sewer construction $500,000; Ocean Outfalls- Myrtle Beach $31,000,000; Ocean Outfalls- North Myrtle Beach $10,000,000; Orangeburg- DPU Water Study $10,000; York County York Upper and Lower Reservoir Dam Remediation $200,000; York County Elevated Storage Tank $400,000; York Water Filtration Plant Environmental Remediation $700,000; York County Fishing Creek Waste Water Treatment Plant Upgrades $1,500,000; York County Water Line Replacement $1,500,000; Catawba Wateree water Supply Master Plan $500,000; Chester Wastewater Connection to Rock Hill $10,000,000; Windemere Basin Study and outfall Maintenance $1,500,000; Sumter County Utility System Upgrades $3,700,000; James Island Watershed Restoration- Pollution Mitigation $1,000,000; Nursing Program Expansion and Retention $2,000,000; J160- Department of Disabilities & Special Needs: Unumb Center- Disabled Residential and Occupational Center $5,000,000; Special Olympics $250,000; L040 Department of Social Services: Richland County DSS $300,000; Florence Crittenton Homes $500,000; The Courage Center $301,461; L080- Department of Children's Advocacy: Lowcountry Orphan Relief Midlands Expansion $75,000; Dickerson Children's Advocacy Center $200,000; J200- Department of Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse Services: Trinity Health Behavioral Care Dillon County Facility $500,000; Trinity Behavioral Care Marlboro County Facility. $1,500,000; Clarendon Behavioral Health Services $1,444,980; Alpha Center (Chesterfield 301) $1,750,000; and L060- Department on Aging: Lee County Council on Aging $50,000; Orangeburg Senior Center $1,000,000; and Darlington Council on Aging $250,000.

(C)Unexpended funds appropriated pursuant to this provision may be carried forward to succeeding fiscal years and expended for the same purposes. /

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 118, STATEWIDE REVENUE, page 571-573, proviso 118.20 by striking the proviso in its entirety.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 118, STATEWIDE REVENUE, page 573, after line 14, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(SR: Excess Funds for State Health Plan) In Fiscal Year 2022-23, from unallocated American Rescue Plan Act funds, there is hereby appropriated to the State Health Plan a sufficient amount, not to exceed $200 million, as necessary to ensure the uninterrupted payment of claims, if there are not sufficient funds available from its own reserves to pay such claims./

Amend totals and titles to conform.