FY'97 SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDING

 

HB 1883, HB 1879, and SB 166 provided the follow ing supplemental appropriations to agencies for FY'97 operations:

  • 502,000 to the Attorney General.

  • $266,000 to the Auditor & Inspector to fund a payroll shortage caused by a 1996 veto.

  • $4.2 million for the Department of Corrections.

  • $139,000 to the District Attorneys Council for Murrah Building bombing prosecution.

  • $26,000 to the Ethics Commission to fund a payroll shortage caused by a 1996 veto.

  • $83,000 to the State Fire Marshal.

  • $262,000 to the Historical Society for the Washita Battlefield National Historical Site.

  • $29,000 for the Horse Racing Commission.

  • $35,000 for the Human Rights Commission.

  • $14,000 for the Indian Affairs Commission.

  • $2.3 million for the Indigent Defense System.

  • $512,000 for the School of Science and Mathematics.

  • $416,000 for the Tax Commission to fund a payroll shortage caused by a 1996 veto.

  • $2.5 million for the Quartz Mountain Arts and Conference Center.

  • $2.8 million for the University Hospitals Authority.

  • $6.1 million for the Health Care Authority.
 

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