Actions:  HAFC-HAFC  DNP-CS/DP  PASSED/H (52-17)- SFC-SFC  DP/a  PASSED/S (25-16)  h/cncrd SGND BY GOV (Apr. 7) Ch.210 (partial veto).
Scheduled: Not Scheduled
House Bill 2 (HB 2) is the General Appropriations Act of 2023 reflecting the governor’s comprehensive state budget recommendation for Fiscal Year 2024.Legislation Overview:
The first House Bill 2 (HB 2) is the General Appropriations Act of 2023 reflecting the governor’s comprehensive state budget recommendation for Fiscal Year 2024 unless otherwise indicated. Proposed budget with total from General Fund, Other State Funds, Interagency Transfers, and Federal Funds: Legislative: $25,504,500 Judicial: $393,636,700 General Control: $1,977,936,200 Commerce and Industry: $284,656,400 Agriculture, Energy and Natural Resources: $248,720,200 Health, Hospitals and Human Services: $10,757,143,200 Public Safety: $706,540,700 Transportation: $1,051,130,700 Other Education: $123,783,500 Higher Education: $1,081,216,500 Public School Support: $4,297,254,100 Total Recurring Appropriations: $20,947,522,700 The funding sources of SB 158: General Fund: $8,344,040,700 Other State Funds: $3,090,503,300 InterAgency Transfers: $749,925,400 Federal Funds: $ 8,763,053,300 The bill authorizes the Department of Finance and Administration to move funds from reserves in case of a shortfall in the Tobacco Settlement Program Fund. HB 2 includes a severability clause which is the authority for the bill to remain in effect even if part of the bill is found invalid.Amendments:
02/09/2023 Substituted with HB 3.Relates To:
HB 2 duplicates SB 158. HB2 relates to HB 3 and SB 192.