View Amendment Current Amendment: 1a to Bill 4300

H O U S E       THIS AMENDMENT

A M E N D M E N T    ADOPTED

CREATEDATE \@ "MMMM d, yyyy" \* MERGEFORMAT May 9, 2023

    CLERK OF THE HOUSE  

Reps. BANNISTER, HERBKERSMAN, WHITMIRE, STAVRINAKIS, LOWE, BALLENTINE, CRAWFORD, MOSS, and MURPHY propose the following Amendment No. to H.4300 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, 2023, which is hereby incorporated into this amendment.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, page 2, line 29, opposite /State Aid to Classrooms/ by increasing the amount in Column 5 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

 15,000,000

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, page 3, line 16, opposite /Math Resources and Support/ by decreasing the amount in Column 5 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

322,000  

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, page 4, line 4, opposite /Intensive Developmental Education and Therapy/ by increasing the amount in Column 5 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

 1,300,000

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, page 6, line 6, opposite /SDE GRANTS COMMITTEE/ by increasing the amount in Column 5 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

1,000,000 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, page 6, immediately after line 18, by inserting a new line to read:

Column 5 Column 6 

SC Teacher (H270)

1 ,000,000 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, page 7, line 13, opposite /State Aid to Classrooms/ by decreasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

15,000,000 15,000,000 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 5, WIL LOU GRAY OPPORTUNITY SCHOOL, page 12, line 13, opposite /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

2,058 2,058 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 6, SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF AND THE BLIND, page 13, line 4, opposite /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

601 601 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 7, GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL FOR AGRICULTURE AT JOHN DE LA HOWE SCHOOL, page 16, line 4, opposite /Classified Positions/ by decreasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

902 902 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 9, GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL FOR ARTS AND HUMANITIES, page 20, line 2, opposite /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

4,281 4,281 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 10, GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL FOR SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, page 21, line 2, opposite /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

4,256 4,256 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 13, THE CITADEL, page 25, line 10, opposite /Other Operating Expenses/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

 3,109,620 3,109,620

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 14, CLEMSON UNIVERSITY (EDUCATION & GENERAL), page 27, line 19, opposite /Unclassified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

5,323,808 5,323,808 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 14, CLEMSON UNIVERSITY (EDUCATION & GENERAL), page 28, immediately after line 19, by inserting new lines to read:

Column 5 Column 6 

III.COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE

A.VET ERINARY MEDICINE UNRESTRICTED

NEW POSITIONS- ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR II

1 1 

NEW POSITIONS – ASSOCIATE DEAN

1 1 

NEW POSITIONS – ASST. ACADEMIC PROGRAM DIRECTOR

1 1 

NEW POSITIONS – DEAN

1 1 

OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES

7,499,99 57,499,99 5

B. VETERINARY MEDICINE EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS

1 1 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 15, UNIVERSITY OF CHARLESTON, page 29, line 6, opposite /Unclassified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

2,079,812 2,079,812 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 16, COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY, page 30, line 7, opposite /Unclassified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

1,595,866 1,595,866 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 17, FRANCIS MARION UNIVERSITY, page 32, line 10, opposite /Other Operating Expenses/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

1,377,632 1,377,632 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 18, LANDER UNIVERSITY, page 34, line 6, opposite /Unclassified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

1,275,496 1,275,496 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 19, SOUTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY, page 35, line 7, opposite /Unclassified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

789,954 789,954 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 20A, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, page 37, line 7, opposite /Unclassified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

 27,334,790 27,334,790

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 20A, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, page 38, line 10, opposite /Unclassified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

5,000,000 5,000,000 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 20B, USC- AIKEN CAMPUS, page 41, line 8, opposite /Other Operating Expenses/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

1,106,334 1,106,334 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 20C, USC- UPSTATE, page 43, line 8, opposite /Other Operating Expenses/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

1,676,457 1,676,457 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 20D, USC- BEAUFORT CAMPUS, page 45, line 8, opposite /Other Operating Expenses/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

700,186 700,186 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 20E, USC- LANCASTER CAMPUS, page 47, line 8, opposite /Other Operating Expenses/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

657,896 657,896 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 20F, USC- SALKEHATCHIE CAMPUS, page 48, line 8, opposite /Other Operating Expenses/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

267,706 267,706 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 20G, USC- SUMTER CAMPUS, page 50, line 8, opposite /Other Operating Expenses/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

570,921 570,921 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 20H, USC- UNION CAMPUS, page 52, line 8, opposite /Other Operating Expenses/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

395,376 395,376 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 21, WINTHROP UNIVERSITY, page 54, line 9, opposite /Other Operating Expenses/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

1,338,931 1,338,931 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 23, MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, page 55, line 29, opposite /Unclassified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

1,714,823 1,714,823 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 25, STATE BOARD FOR TECHNICAL & COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION, page 61, line 5, opposite /Unclassified Positions / by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

5,000,000 5,000,000 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 29, STATE MUSEUM COMMISSION, page 69, line 4, opposite /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

1,399 1,399 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 32, DEPARTMENT OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION, page 71, line 15, opposite /Classified Positions/ by decreasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

510 510 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 33, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, page 73, line 29, opposite /Provider Support/ by decreasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

3,634 3,634 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 33, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, page 73, immediately after line 31, by inserting a new line to read:

Column 5 Column 6 

Pregnancy Crisis Centers

2,400,000 2,400,000 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 33, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, page 73, immediately after line 31, by inserting a new line to read:

Column 5 Column 6 

Rural Brain Health Network

10,000,000 10,000,000 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 33, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, page 74, line 1, opposite /Family Planning/ by decreasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

2,400,000 2,400,000 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 33, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, page 74, line 6, opposite /Coordinated Care/ by increasing the amounts in Column 5 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

2,104,550,000 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 34, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL, page 77, line 4, opposite /Classified Positions/ by decreasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

121,661 121,661 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 34, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL, page 82, line 12, opposite /Aid to Other Entities/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

200,000 200,000 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 35, DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH, page 86, line 4, opposite /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

430,113 430,113 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 35, DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH, page 86, line 22, opposite /Other Operating Expenses/ by increasing the amounts 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 35, DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH, page 89, line 28, opposite /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

61,014 61,014 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 36, DEPARTMENT OF DISABILITIES AND SPECIAL NEEDS, page 94, line 4, opposite /Classified Positions/ by decreasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

17,814 17,814 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 38, DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES, page 100, line 5, opposite /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

3,001 3,001 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 38, DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES, page 104, line 28, opposite /Criminal Domestic Violence- SCCADVASA/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

200,000 200,000 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 39, COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND, page 108, line 4, opposite /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

516 516 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 43, FORESTRY COMMISSION, page 119, line 14, opposite /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

885,000 885,000 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 47, DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES, page 128, line 4, opposite /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amount in Column 5 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

 125,007

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA Section 47, DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES, page 128, line 8, opposite /Other Personal Services/ by increasing the amount in Columns 5 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

21,600 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 47, DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES, page 128, line 9, opposite /Other Operating Expenses/ by increasing the amount in Column 5 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

4,800 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 47, DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES, page 129, line 10, opposite /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amount in Column 5 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

231,839 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 47, DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES, page 129, line 12, opposite /Other Personal Services/ by increasing the amount in Column 5 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

30,000 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 47, DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES, page 129, line 13, opposite /Other Operating Expenses/ by increasing the amount in Column 5 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

52,400 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 47, DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES, page 132, line 3, opposite /Classified Positions/ by decreasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

 246,621 246,621

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 47, DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES, page 135, line 5, opposite /Employer Contributions/ by increasing the amount in Column 5 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

 175,230

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 59, ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE, page 157, line 4, opposite /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

 80,162 80,162

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 62, STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT DIVISION, page 162, line 15, opposite /Classified Positions/ by decreasing the amounts in Column 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

 461,217 461,217

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 62, STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT DIVISION, page 162, line 16, under /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amount in Column 5 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

 

(1.00)  

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 63, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, page 166, line 14, opposite /Classified Positions/ by decreasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

 765,495 765,495

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 64, LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING COUNCIL, page 169, line 12, opposite /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

 12,213 12,213

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 65, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, page 170, line 15, opposite /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

 1,967,735 1,967,735

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 66, DEPARTMENT OF PROBATION, PAROLE & PARDON SERVICES, page 173, line 16, opposite /Classified Positions/ by decreasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

 57,576 57,576

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 67, DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE, page 177, line 11, opposite /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

 438,706 438,706

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 67, DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE, page 178, line 23, opposite /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

 5,901 5,901

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 72, PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION, page 182, line 8, opposite /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amount in Column 5 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

1,302 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 83, DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT AND WORKFORCE, page 200, line 18, opposite /Other Operating Expenses/ by decreasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

249,999 249,999 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 91A, LEG. DEPT- THE SENATE, page 209, line 7, opposite /Other Operating Expenses/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

3,500,000 3,500,000 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 91A, LEG. DEPT- THE SENATE, page 209, line 8, opposite /Joint Citizens & Leg Comm on Children/ by increasing the amount in Column 5 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

 175,000

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part 1A, Section 91B, LEG. DEPT- HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, page 210, line 8, opposite /Other Operating Expenses/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

1,500,000 1,500,000 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 92D, OFFICE OF RESILIENCE, page 216, line 4, opposite /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

160,000 160,000 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part 1A, Section 93, DEPT OF ADMINISTRATION, page 220, line 34, opposite /Service Contract 800 MHZ/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

5,700,000 5,700,000 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part 1A, Section 97, COMPTROLLER GENERAL'S OFFICE, page 225, line 2, opposite /Comptroller General/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

150,999 150,999 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part 1A, Section 100, ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, page 229, immediately after line 5, by inserting a new line to read:

Column 5 Column 6 

New Positions – Attorney VI

115,710 115,710 

 (1.00)(1.00) 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part 1A, Section 100, ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, page 231, line 4, opposite /Other Personal Services/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

1,350,000 1,350,000 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part 1A, Section 100, ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, page 231, line 5, opposite /Other Operating Expenses/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

18,000 18,000 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part 1A, Section 100, ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, page 231, line 17, opposite /Employer Contributions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

285,290 285,290 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IA, Section 109, DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, page 245, line 24, opposite /Classified Positions/ by increasing the amounts in Columns 5 and 6 by:

Column 5 Column 6 

27,133 27,133 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part 1A, Section 113, AID TO SUBDIVISIONS- STATE TREASURER, page 250, immediately after line 19, by inserting a new line to read:

Column 5 Column 6 

Aid to Counties- Magistrates

3,000,000 3,000,000 

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, pages 275-276, proviso 1.38, by striking the proviso in its entirety.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, page 286, proviso 1.73, lines 22-24, by striking the proviso in its entirety.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, page 292, proviso 1.94, line 32, by striking /2022/ and inserting /2023/.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, page 292, proviso 1.94, line 33, by striking /2022/ and inserting /2023/.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, page 292, proviso 1.94, line 36, by striking /2022/ and inserting /2023/.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1A, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION- EIA, page 298, proviso 1A.9, line 35, by striking /three hundred dollars/ and inserting /$350/.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1A, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION- EIA, page 317, proviso 1A.63, by striking lines 5-31 and inserting:

1.SDE -Grants Committee$16,500,000; 

 2.Instructional Materials  $30,000,000;

 3.Carolina Collaborative for Alternative  

   Preparation(H270)     $450,000;

 4. SC-TEACHER (H270)    $1,500,000;

 5. SC-TEACHER Working Conditions

   Survey (H270)        $500,000;

 6. High Intensity Tutoring (H630) $15,000,000;

 7. School Bus Lease/Purchase$ 20,631,000;

 8. Capital Funding for Schools$120,000,000; 

 9. Literacy Instruction Program $ 39,000,000;

 10. ESA Trust Fund – Startup Admin$2,073,300;  

 11. Instructional Support for Districts

   (LMS, LOR, and AMS)  $ 10,240,000;

 12. Artificial Intelligence (H630)$3,000,000; 

 13.K12 Concussion  Protocal$400,000; 

 14.SC Academic Tutorial Services $300,000; 

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

 16.Due West Robotics   $200,000; 

 17.Laurens Co. School District  

   55 and 56- CATE Center $2,500,000;

 18.The Next IT Girl       $300,000;

 19.Teachers Up & Kids Club $500,000 ;

 20. Reading Partners    $500,000 ;

 21. The Bridge Tech      $75,000; and

 22. Union County School District –

   Leader in Me Program $47,000 .

 Up to $5,000,000 in additional funds carried forward and not otherwise appropriated or authorized may be used for instructional materials and school bus purchase./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1A, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION- EIA, page 319, proviso 1A.69, line 10, by inserting AFTER /Pattison's Academy/:

/, and $1,300,000 shall be allocated to the SC Public Charter School District for Palmetto Excel. The funding allocated to the Public Charter School District is estimated to serve 150 students. If less students are served, the money must be retained and not expended by the Public Charter School District on a pro rata basis./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1A, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION- EIA, page 319, after line 10, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(SDE-EIA: Instructional Materials) Of the funds appropriated for Instructional Materials, $250,000 shall be used to assist individual schools and/or districts to implement Ronald Rouse's Law requiring high school students to receive non-credentialed CPR instruction in health education class. Funds may be used to purchase, replace, and maintain equipment and training materials. Priority shall go to schools and districts determined high-need. High-need may be determined by using a district's Index of Taxpaying Ability./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1A, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION- EIA, page 319, after line 10, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(SDE-EIA: Testing Pilot) Of the funds appropriated for assessment, the Department of Education will expend $300,000 to pilot the feasibility of requiring a passing score on a rigorous test of scientifically research-based reading instruction and intervention and data-based decision-making principles, as determined by the State Board of Education, for initial early childhood and elementary education licensure./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1A, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION- EIA, page 319, after line 10, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(SDE-EIA: High Intensity Tutoring) The Department of Education is authorized to provide funds to school districts and community partners in the current fiscal year to pilot academic support programs providing high-dosage, low-ratio tutoring to students in mathematics and reading by compensated tutors.

 The Department of Education should prioritize available funding for academic support program applications that include LEA or local funding matches, LEA capacity for successful program implementation, or a large proportion of students needing priority placement within an academic support program.

 The Department of Education may collaborate with community partners to implement and conduct academic support programs. Academic support program partners shall comply with personnel criminal history checks and any applicable building safety standards.

 At a minimum, eligible academic support programs shall include tutoring sessions totaling one and a half hours per week. Tutoring sessions should be scheduled at least twice weekly for forty-five minutes. Tutoring sessions shall be held in small group settings of no more than three students per tutor but may occur within or outside the regular school day. Students scoring, or expected to achieve, "Does Not Meet Expectations" on the statewide summative assessment should be given priority placement within the academic support program.

 The Department of Education, in collaboration with the Education Oversight Committee, shall prepare a report on the effectiveness of the academic support programs for the Governor and General Assembly. Participating LEAs and public charter schools shall submit data as requested by the Department of Education, including, but not limited to, student enrollment, attendance, and student pre-/post-test scores from a state-approved formative assessment or high school content assessment./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1A, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION- EIA, page 319, after line 10, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(SDE-EIA: Foundational Literacy Skill Training) Beginning with the current fiscal year, the Department of Education shall provide training in foundational literacy skills to public school educators working with students in kindergarten through grade three, pending the availability of funding and space. The Department of Education shall deliver professional development that has demonstrated success in establishing deep knowledge of evidence-based foundational literacy skills grounded in the science of reading and promoting student reading achievement.

 Each school district shall participate in the implementation of this foundational literacy skills training. The department and school districts shall create an implementation plan to include educator cohorts to begin in the fall and spring of the 2023-24 school year, with a goal of state-wide implementation for every educator working with students in kindergarten through grade three certified in early childhood, elementary, and special education. Elementary administrators should also be included in the foundational literacy skills training.

 Selected educators shall participate in foundational literacy skills training provided and paid for by the Department of Education. Successful completion of this training shall satisfy the requirements of the literacy teacher endorsement. Educators who successfully complete the training, as determined by the department, shall receive a monetary stipend.

 The Department of Education shall identify reliable and valid universal reading screeners as potential replacements for the readiness assessment required under Section 59-155-150. The identified screeners may be selected and used by school districts to screen and monitor kindergarten through second grade student progress in foundational literacy skills, and to identify or predict those who may be at risk for poor reading outcomes. Each identified universal reading screener must:

 (1)provide screening and diagnostic capabilities for monitoring student progress in reading; 

 (2)measure, at a minimum, phonological awareness, phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension; and 

 (3)identify students with a reading deficiency, including identifying students with characteristics of dyslexia. 

 In its annual Reading Proficiency Plan, each district shall:

 (1)document how the reading and writing curriculum, instruction, and assessment for all PK-5 students are aligned with the science of reading, structured literacy, and foundational skills. PK-5 textbooks or instructional materials that employ the three-cueing system model of reading, visual memory as the primary basis for teaching word recognition, or the three-cueing system model of reading  based on meaning, structure and syntax, and visual, which is also known as "MSV", shall not be used in reading instruction;

 (2)document the number of first and second grade students who are projected to score "Does Not Meet" on the statewide summative reading assessment; 

 (3)document how scientifically-based supplemental interventions are provided to struggling readers who fail to demonstrate grade-level proficiency as demonstrated by a score of "Meets or Exceeds Expectations"; and 

 (4)explain how the district will provide teacher training in the science of reading, structured literacy, and foundational literacy skills. 

 As used in this provision:

 (1) "Foundational literacy skills" means phonological awareness, phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and reading comprehension. This definition of foundational literacy skills specifically excludes the "Three-cueing system", which is any model of teaching students to read based on meaning, structure and syntax, and visual cues, which may also be known as "MSV".

 (2)"Science of Reading" means the body of research that identifies evidence-based approaches of explicitly and systematically teaching students to read, including foundational literacy skills that enable students to develop reading skills required to meet state standards in literacy. 

 (3)"Structured Literacy" means an evidence-based approach to teaching oral and written language aligned to the science of reading founded on the science of how children learn to read and characterized by explicit, systematic, cumulative, and  diagnostic instruction in phonology, sound-symbol association, syllable instruction, morphology, syntax, and semantics./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 1A, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION- EIA, page 319, after line 10, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(SDE-EIA: Artificial Intelligence) The SC Department of Education will expend $3 million to develop, pilot, and implement a high school curriculum for high school students in an artificial intelligence (AI) career and technology program. The program will include a four-year sequential pathway that is aligned with two- and four-year college automotive programs and includes teacher training, third-party assessments, and certifications./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 3, LOTTERY EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT, page 325, proviso 3.6, line 16, by striking /$3,500,000/ and inserting /$4,500,000/.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 3, LOTTERY EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT, page 325, proviso 3.6, line 20, by striking /$11,139,407/ and inserting /$9,139,407/.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 3, LOTTERY EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT, page 325, proviso 3.6, after line 20, by adding appropriatly numbered items to read:

/ ( )Commission on Higher Education  - Technology –

     Public Four-Year, Two-Year, and State

      Technical Colleges$1;  ( ) Clemson University – Student Experiential Learning $1; 

 ( ) Commission on Higher Education – Coker 

     University- Jim Lemke Endowment$1; 

 ( ) Commission on Higher Education – Morris 

     College – Partnership with U.S. Military$1; 

 ( ) Commission on Higher Education – Vorhees 

     University – Rebranding Efforts$1; 

 ( ) Commission on Higher Education – SCIII Program $1; 

 ( ) Commission on Higher Education – Claflin 

     University – Nursing Scholarships$1,000,000; /

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 11, COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION, page 336, after line 18, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(CHE: Battelle Alliance at Savannah River National Lab) Of the funds appropriated for the Battelle Alliance, twenty percent shall be allocated to South Carolina State University, forty percent to the University of South Carolina, and forty percent to Clemson University. The funds must be expended collaboratively to conduct research partnerships and develop workforce training programs designed to fill engineering, science, research, and management positions. The three universities shall provide the Battelle Alliance with accredited academic personnel, intellectual capital, and resources necessary to build out research capabilities and programs.

 Prior to the allocation or expenditure of any funds, the three universities shall collaborate and submit to the Commission on Higher Education a comprehensive plan and timeline for how the funds will be utilized to further the mission and support of the Savannah River National Lab. The plan also must be reviewed by Battelle for alignment with laboratory missions and university goals. This collaborative plan must be submitted to the Commission on Higher Education and approved by its Board of Commissioners. After approval of the plan, the commission shall submit the plan to the Joint Bond Review Committee for review and comment and to the State Fiscal Accountability Authority for approval before any funds can be allocated or expended. If the plan is not approved by June 30, 2024 by the Commission on Higher Education, Joint Bond Review Committee, and State Fiscal Accountability Authority, all funds must then be remitted back to the general fund of the state. Funds allocated for this purpose shall not be transferred or utilized for any other purpose./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 19, SOUTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY, page 336, after line 24, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(SCSU: Truth Hall and Green Student Center) Any appropriations carried forward from prior fiscal years or received in the current fiscal year by South Carolina State University for maintenance, repairs, and renovations may be expended on Truth Hall and Green Student Center. Any excess funds may be carried forward by the University and expended for the same purposes./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 20, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, page 336, after line 36, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(USC: Science and Technology Center) With funds appropriated for the University of South Carolina Science and Technology Center, in support of furthering education of the state's future workforce in STEM and other high-demand fields, the University is authorized to undertake permanent improvements necessary for the renovation and upfit of the University's existing Science and Technology Building "East Tower" and/or construction of the University's new Science and Technology Center as funds are available. Further, funds appropriated in this act for the University's Science and Technology Center may be carried forward and expended exclusively in support of completing the necessary permanent improvements described herein. The funds must be accounted for separately, and the University shall report semiannually to the Chairman of the Joint Bond Review Committee on the amount of funding carried forward, the amount remaining to be expended, the overall status of the project(s), and any other information requested by the committee./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 20, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, page 336, after line 36, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(USC: Permanent Improvement Projects) Of the funds appropriated in Act 239 of 2022, Section 118.19, Item (18)(b) to the University of South Carolina, the remaining $5,800,000 shall be redirected to be used by the University for permanent improvement projects./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 33, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES, pages 345-346, proviso 33.20(C), by delelting the subsection in its entirety and inserting:

/( C) Rural Hospital DSH Payment - Medicaid-designated rural hospitals in South Carolina may be eligible to receive up to one hundred percent of costs associated with uncompensated care as part of the DSH program. Funds shall be allocated from the existing DSH program. To be eligible, rural hospitals must participate in reporting and quality guidelines published by the department and outlined in the Healthy Outcomes Initiative. In addition to the requirements placed upon them by the department, rural hospitals must actively participate with the department and any other stakeholder identified by the department, in efforts to design an alternative health care delivery system in these regions. Improving Access Initiatives- The department may pursue Medicaid reimbursement and health care delivery methodologies to sustain and improve access to services particularly in underserved and designated rural areas. The department shall review existing reimbursement levels and, as funds are available, take measures to implement competitive rate structures that provide incentives for providers to treat Medicaid, uninsured, and underinsured individuals. These structures may include the use of disproportionate share, directed payments, and other supplemental payment programs. The department may adjust provider assessments to align with available supplemental funding not to exceed the safe harbor threshold under the federal hold harmless provision. Utilizing income, population, provider capacity, and other relevant data, the department may designate certain areas of the state as rural for Medicaid initiatives. To be eligible for these initiatives, the department may require providers to participate in quality, accountability, and reporting programs. /

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 33, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES, page 352, after line 35, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(HHS: Psychiatric Residency Program ) The department is authorized to expend funds appropriated for the psychiatric residency program in South Carolina. Funding should be directed in a manner that places emphasis on program quality, post-residency retention, and training in rural service areas. No later than December 31, 2023, the department shall provide to the Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee and the Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee a report on the disposition of funds and progress of the residency program. This report shall include funding recommendations for future training classes./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 34, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL, page 354, proviso 34.9, line 26, by striking /$1,103,956/ and inserting /$1,303,956/.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 34, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL, page 366, proviso 34.60(D)(2), lines 16-17, by amending item (2) to read:

/(2) treat drinking water , including the utilization of point-of-use or point-of-entry drinking water treatment or filtration systems that are certified by a third-party certification body as compliant with NSF/ANSI standards to remove or significantly reduce combined concentrations of PFOA, PFOS, perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS), and other emerging contaminants of concern below that meet or exceed the maximum contaminant level (MCL) as set forth by a national primary drinking water regulation proposed by the EPA Health Advisory Limit or an EPA Maximum Containment Level. /

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 34, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL, page 368, after line 21, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(DHEC: Innovative Reusable Byproduct Pilot Program) Of the funds appropriated to the Department of Health and Environmental Control, the department shall create the Innovative Reusable Byproduct Pilot Program. The purpose of the program is to determine whether innovations in manufacturing, food production, timber, and other similar industries regulated by the department can provide new opportunities to use byproduct which would otherwise require management as solid waste. The program shall not apply to: (1) hazardous waste; (2) infectious waste; (3) radioactive waste; or (4) refuse as defined and regulated pursuant to the South Carolina Mining Act.

 Interested parties may apply to be considered for participation in the pilot program, but no more than five applicants can be selected for participation at any one time. The terms and conditions for participation by the projects selected by the department shall be set forth in a written agreement which shall provide, at a minimum, that a selected project must cease to operate if it is having a significant adverse impact on the environment.

 The department shall submit a report on the program to the General Assembly no later than June 30, 2024. This report shall include any legislative recommendations to provide for the use of reusable byproducts./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 40, DEPARTMENT ON AGING, page 379, proviso 40.4, lines 20-22, by reinserting the original proviso to read:

/(AGING: Council Meeting Requirements) The duties and responsibilities, including the statutory requirement to hold meetings of the Coordinating Council established pursuant to Section 43-21-120 and of the Long Term Care Council established pursuant to Section 43-21-130, both under the Department on Aging, are suspended for the current fiscal year./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 49, DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION & TOURISM, page 390, after line 18, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(PRT: Revolutionary Park Funds) Funds remaining of the $30,000 appropriated in Act 239 of 2022, Section 118.19 (B)(93)(oooo) to the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism for the Revolutionary Park shall be transferred and used for the Hagood Mill Historic Site./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 73, OFFICE OF REGULATORY STAFF, page 425, after line 2, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(ORS: Rural Telephone Companies) From funds appropriated for Public Safety Infrastructure Management, the Office of Regulatory Staff may provide funds to South Carolina rural telephone companies and their affiliates for actual costs incurred and associated with 911 infrastructure and connections as part of the State's transition to next generation 911 services pursuant to the State's contract with NextGen Communications, Inc./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 84, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, page 435, after line 14, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

(DOT: Permanent Improvement Projects) If any of the funds appropriated to the Department of Transportation for "Elevate SC-22 Over Waccamaw River" remain unspent as of December 31, 2023, $20,000,000 shall be held by the department for the Southern Evacuation Lifeline Permitting and Engineering Project and $5,000,000 shall be transferred to the City of Myrtle Beach for the Downtown Revitalization Project. The department shall retain $5,000,000 for the Elevate SC-22 Over Waccamaw River project./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 88, STATE PORTS AUTHORITY, page 438, after line 20, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

(SPA: Term Limits) The requirements of Section 54-3-30 of the 1976 Code pertaining to the term limits shall be suspended for the current fiscal year. /

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 93, DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION, page 446, after line 31, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(DOA: Health Agencies Restructuring Study) With the funds appropriated in Proviso 118.19, the Department of Administration shall conduct a study on the proper organizational structures of the agencies that provide health services in state government. The study shall include, but not be limited to, a review of the current organizational structures of agencies that provide health services, a review of each agency's mission, services provided, and financial performance, and recommendations for any organizational restructuring necessary to improve health services delivery in the State, recognize operational efficiencies, and maximize resource utilization. Any agencies identified by the department as being subject to the study shall provide the department with all information requested and shall fully participate as requested and required. The department may contract with experts, consultants, and advisors including, but not limited to, accountants and attorneys, to provide consultation, advice, and other relevant services to the department in taking actions necessary to accomplish the study. Procurements by the department of any experts, consultants, and advisors including, but not limited to, accountants and attorneys, are exempt from the purchasing procedures of the South Carolina Consolidated Procurement Code in Chapter 35, Title 11, and any other provisions of the general law of this State in conflict with these directives. Procurements made by the department pursuant to this provision shall be made with as much competition as is practicable under the circumstances. The department shall submit the final report to the Governor, Speaker of the House of Representatives, Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, President of the Senate, and Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee by June 30, 2024./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 93, DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION, page 446, after line 31, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(DOA: Williston Town Hall) Funds remaining of the $1,000,000 appropriated in Act 239 of 2022, Section 118.19, Item (72)(z) to the Department of Administration for the Williston City Park Multipurpose Building shall be redirected to Williston Town Hall to be used for the same purpose./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 93, DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION, page 446, after line 31, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(DOA: City of Barnwell Fire Department) Funds remaining of the $2,000,000 appropriated in Act 239 of 2022, Section 118.19, Item (72)(x) to the Department of Administration for the Barnwell Multipurpose Building shall be redirected to City of Barnwell Fire Department to be used for the same purpose./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 100, ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, page 452, proviso 100.13, lines 34-36, by amending the proviso to read:

/(ADJ: State Guard Activation) In the event of activation of the State Guard of the South Carolina National Guard by the Governor to State Active Duty or for State Guard mandated training, the Office of the Adjutant General is authorized to shall compensate State Guard personnel at a rate of $150 per day and to also compensate such personnel for meal per diem as authorized by National Guard and State policy. State Guard members will not be covered by the South Carolina Retirement System. State Guard mandated training is not to exceed twelve training periods per year for each member./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 109, DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, page 469, after line 2, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(DOR: Manufacturing Property Tax Reduction) In the current fiscal year, property owned by or leased to any utility, including solar farms, are not allowed the property tax reduction percentage for manufacturing property. /

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 109, DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, page 469, after line 2, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

(DOR: Income Tax Withholding) For the current fiscal year and from funds available, the Department of Revenue shall clarify that any income tax withholding provision that requires withholding at the rate of seven percent means withholding at the maximum individual income tax rate./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 112, DEBT SERVICE, page 470, proviso 112.2, line 3, by inserting at the end to read:

/The Office of State Treasurer shall allocate up to $110,000,000 of current year excess debt service to approved economic development projects, reducing the amount of debt to be issued in the following manner: $70,000,000 to project Samurai (Envision); and $40,000,000 to project Drift (Redwood Materials)./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 113, AID TO SUBDIVISIONS- STATE TREASURER, page 470, proviso 113.3, after line 32, by inserting:

Of the amount appropriated in Part IA, Section 113 for Aid Cnty-Magistrates, a salary supplement of ten thousand dollars per full-time magistrate and two thousand five hundred dollars per part-time magistrate shall be provided. These amounts shall be distributed quarterly, and the amount appropriated by the county as salaries for these positions shall not be reduced as a result of the appropriation. The salary supplement shall not disqualify each magistrate for salary increases that they might otherwise receive from county funds in the future./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 117, GENERAL PROVISIONS, page 497, proviso 117.82, line 7, by striking /$300,000/ and inserting /$475,000/.

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 117, GENERAL PROVISIONS, page 528, Proviso 117.156, lines 23-36, by Amending the proviso to read:

/  (1)The Citadel              $  1,189,367 2,102,077;

  (2)Clemson University       $  9,963,485 18,357,408;

  (3)University of Charleston  $  4,108,313 7,171,550;

  (4)Coastal Carolina  

      University            $ 3,442,628 5,502,820;

  (5)Francis Marion  

      University            $ 2,495,943 4,750,310;

  (6)Lander University        $ 2,441,095 4,398,129;

  (7)South Carolina State 

      University            $ 1,371,942 2,723,896;

  (8)University of South  

     C arolina-Columbia     $ 11,669,772 21,843,445;

  (9)University of South 

      Carolina-Aiken        $ 2,021,849 3,814,830;

  (10)University of South 

      Carolina-Upstate      $ 3,480,946 5,780,713;

  (11)University of South 

      Carolina-Beaufort     $ 1,287,792 2,414,362;

  (12)University of South 

      Carolina-Lancaster     $ 1,269,009 2,268,538;

  (13)University of South 

      Carolina-Salkehatchie  $ 558,244 923,098;

  (14)University of South 

     Carolina-Sumter       $ 995,522 1,968,634;/

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 117, GENERAL PROVISIONS, page 529, Proviso 117.156, lines 1-3, by Amending the proviso to read:

/ (15)University of South Carolina -

      Union                  $ 842,249 1,363,324;

  (16)Winthrop University       $  2,684,528 4,616,866; and

  (17)Medical University of South  

      Carolina               $ 5,485,000 6,858,753./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 117, GENERAL PROVISIONS, page 533, after line 9, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(GP: Third Party Processors) In the current fiscal year, vendor fees, convenience fees, and merchant card (credit or debit card) service fees collected and charged by a state agency or its designated third-party providers are not considered fees as defined in Section 8-21-15. The fees which are collected must be charged in accordance with card brand rules, when applicable, and approved by the State Treasurer. Agencies that collect fees under this proviso shall provide an annual report of such fees to the State Treasurer./

Amend the bill further, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 118, STATEWIDE REVENUE, pages 561-566, proviso 118.19, by striking the proviso in its entirety and inserting:

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

   (1)$1,837,290,224 from Fiscal Year 2022 -23 Projected Surplus;

   (2)$81,946,453 from Litigation Recovery Account; 

   (3)$44,994,688 from COVID-19 Response Reserve Fund Remaining Balance (Act 135 of 2020); 

   (4)$24,300,000 from Act 228 of 2022; 

   (5)$4,283,276 from Act 239 of 2022 (Proviso 118.19 Item 3(a); and 

   (6)Any residual certified unappropriated general fund dollars. 

 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 2022-23 and shall be available for use in Fiscal Year 2023-24.

 This revenue is deemed to have occurred and is available for use in Fiscal Year 2023-24 after September 1, 2023, following the Comptroller General's close of the state's books on Fiscal Year 2022-23.

 (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, 2023, for the purposes stated:

   (1)F310-General Reserve Fund 

      (a)Additional Reserves $ 174,621,916; 

      (b)General Reserve Fund Contribution $ 139,956,882; 

   (2)H630-State Department of Education 

      (a)Agency Technology Equipment and Software $ 3,150,000; 

      (b)SCDE Agency Systems and Performance Reviews $ 1,000,000; 

   (3)H710-Wil Lou Gray Opportunity School 

      Renovations and Maintenance$ 850,000; 

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

      (a)Agriculture Shop $ 1,300,000; 

      (b)De La Howe Hall Renovation $ 2,100,000; 

   (5)H670-Educational Television Commission 

      (a)Main Telecommunication Center Physical Infrastructure Upgrades $ 1; 

      (b)Transmission and Interconnection Facility Upgrades (Phase I) $ 4,000,000; 

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

      (a)Dining Hall Expansion and Furniture Replacement Phase 2 $ 512,950; 

      (b)Generator Upgrade $ 190,000; 

      (c)Gym Upgrade/Renovation $ 400,000; 

      (d)Residence Hall Renovations $ 1; 

   (7)H650-Governor's School for Science and Math 

       Metal Roof Replacement$ 940,000; 

   (8)H030-Commission on Higher Education 

      (a)Battelle Alliance at Savannah River Nation Lab $ 40,000,000; 

      (b)Data Migration $ 1; 

   (9)H090-The Citadel 

      (a)Duckett Hall Renovation $ 1; 

      (b)Engineering Building $ 19,000,000; 

   (10)H120-Clemson University 

      (a)College of Veterinary Medicine $ 1; 

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

   (11)H150-University of Charleston 

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

   (12)H240-South Carolina State University 

      Turner Hall Replacement$ 1; 

   (13)H270-University of South Carolina- Columbia 

      (a)College of Nursing- Midwifery Program $ 635,000; 

      (b)Law Library Digitization $ 2,000,000; 

      (c)Rural Brain Health Network and Brain Health Institute $ 1; 

      (d)Science and Technology Center $ 14,000,000; 

   (14)H290-University of South Carolina- Aiken 

      (a)Engineering and Computer Science Equipment $ 475,000; 

      (b)Media Production Lab $ 125,000; 

   (15)H340-University of South Carolina- Upstate 

      Health Education Complex Mechanical Repairs$ 1; 

   (16)H390-University of South Carolina- Sumter 

      Facilities Upgrades$ 1,350,000; 

   (17)H400-University of South Carolina- Union 

      Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement$ 1; 

   (18)H470-Winthrop University 

      Winthrop Lake Dam Repair$ 1,000,000; 

   (19)H590-State Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education 

      (a)Maintenance, Renovation, and Replacement 

        (i)  Aiken Technical College$ 500,000; 

        (ii)Central Carolina Technical College $ 1; 

        (iii)Denmark Technical College $ 4,400,000; 

        (iv)Florence-Darlington Technical College $ 1; 

        (v)Greenville Technical College $ 1; 

        (vi)Horry-Georgetown Technical College $ 1; 

        (vii)Northeastern Technical College $ 2,000,000; 

        (viii)Piedmont Technical College $ 1; 

        (ix)Spartanburg Community College $ 1; 

        (x)Technical College of the Lowcountry $ 1; 

        (xi)Tri-County Technical College $ 1; 

        (xii)Trident Technical College $ 1; 

        (xiii)York Technical College$ 1; 

      (b)Central Carolina Technical College- Kershaw County $ 10,000,000; 

      (c)Central Carolina Technical College- Lee County $ 5,000,000; 

      (d)Central Carolina Technical College- Sumter County $ 9,305,569; 

      (e)Florence-Darlington Technical College –  

         Construction and Industrial Trades Training Facility$ 10,000,000; 

      (f)Greenville Technical College- Center for Workforce Development $ 15,000,000; 

      (g)Horry-Georgetown Technical College- Marine Technology Center $ 3,500,015; 

      (h)Midlands Technical College-  QuickJobs and Dual Credit$ 4,500,000; 

      (i)  Northeastern Technical College- Cheraw Campus$ 1 ;

      (j)  Northeastern Technical College- McBee Campus$ 1 ;

      (k)Piedmont Technical College- Saluda Advanced Manufacturing Center and New Campus $ 1 ;

      (l)  Spartanburg Community College- Cherokee County Campus- Spark Center$ 12,000,000 ;

      (m)Spartanburg Community College- Spark Centers $ 1 ;

      (n)Technical College of the Lowcountry Workforce Development $ 10,000,000 ;

      (o)Williamsburg Technical College- Renovation of Building for Nursing Program $ 1 ;

   (20)H790-Department of Archives and History 

      (a)Historic Preservation Grants $ 500,000 ;

      (b)SC American Revolution  Sestercentennial Commission$ 1,000,000 ;

   (21)H870-State Library 

      Digitization of the SC Collection$ 150,000 ;

   (22)H910-Arts Commission 

      (a)Arts Education Programs $ 2,500,000 ;

      (b)Cultural Arts and Theater Center Grants $ 450,000 ;

      (c)Office Maintenance and Repairs $ 250,000 ;

   (23)H950-State Museum Commission 

      Air Purification System Upgrade for Workshop$ 200,000 ;

   (24)H730-Vocational Rehabilitation 

      Marlboro VR Center Paving$ 179,600 ;

   (25)J020-Department of Health and Human Services 

      (a)Alzheimer's Disease Research Center Designation $ 1 ;

      (b)Psychiatric Residency Program $ 1 ;

      (c)Ronald McDonald House- Charleston $ 1 ;

   (26)J040-Department of Health and Environmental Control 

      Dam Safety Emergency Fund$ 47,500,000 ;

   (27)J120-Department of Mental Health 

      (a)Alternative Transportation Program $ 4,000,000 ;

      (b)Contracted Community Beds $ 900,000 ;

      (c)State-Operated Intensive Group Home $ 1 ;

   (28)J160-Department of Disabilities and Special Needs 

      (a)Annualization for FMAP State Increase $ 4,000,000 ;

      (b)Greenwood Genetic Center $ 2,000,000 ;

      (c)Greenwood Genetic Center- Carroll Campbell Project $ 5,000,000 ;

   (29)J200-Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services 

     (a)  SC Center for Excellence in Addiction$ 2,000,000 ;

      (b)The Courage Center- Substance Abuse Recovery $ 300,000; 

   (30)L040-Department of Social Services 

      (a)Healthy Bucks $ 3,000,000 ;

      (b)Infrastructure Integrity and Information Security $ 8,139,804 ;

   (31)L080-Department of Children's Advocacy 

      Agency Workstations$ 315,900 ;

   (32)P120-Forestry Commission 

      (a)Contract Single Engine Air Tanker $ 1 ;

      (b)Emergency Operations and Equipment $ 2,255,000 ;

      (c)Equipment Replacement $ 1 ;

   (33)P160-Department of Agriculture 

      (a)Consumer Services Equipment Replacement $ 1,122,000 ;

      (b)Greenville/Orangeburg State Farmers Market Buildings Renovations $ 1,878,000 ;

      (c)Growing Agribusiness Fund $ 20,000,000 ;

      (d)Statewide Farmers Markets Upgrades and Safety Improvements $ 1 ;

   (34)P200-Clemson University Public Service Activities 

      (a)Animal Farms Infrastructure $ 1 ;

      (b)Critical PSA Research Infrastructure and Dam Maintenance $ 2,120,000 ;

      (c)Poultry Science Research Facility $ 3,000,000 ;

      (d)Problematic Wildlife Research $ 954,400 ;

      (e)Statewide Program Support $ 1,000,000 ;

   (35)P210-SC State University Public Service Activities 

      (a)Agribusiness Development and Expansion Support $ 2,500,000 ;

      (b)Camp Daniels Training and Activity Center $ 2,500,000 ;

      (c)SC Limnology Center $ 1 ;

   (36)P240-Department of Natural Resources 

      (a)Agency Equipment Replacement (Boats and Vehicles) $ 2,500,000 ;

      (b)Fish Hatcheries Deferred Maintenance and Repairs $ 5,000,000 ;

      (c)Habitat Protection and Land Conservation Acquisitions $ 20,000,000 ;

      (d)Marine Resources Coastal Infrastructure Maintenance $ 10,000,000 ;

      (e)New Headquarters Building Equipment $ 1 ;

      (f)New Officer Vehicles and Equipment $ 1 ;

      (g)Public Recreational Property Maintenance and Operations $ 1,500,000 ;

      (h)State Water Planning: River Basin Planning $ 3,000,000 ;

      (i) Waterfowl Impoundments Infrastructure Maintenance $ 2,000,000 ;

   (37)P280-Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism 

      (a)Additional Park Property Acquisitions $ 1 ;

      (b)Cheraw and Hickory Knob Golf Course Improvements $ 1 ;

      (c)Destination Specific Grants $ 13,500,000 ;

      (d)Film Incentives $ 7,500,000 ;

      (e)Palmetto Trail $ 1 ;

      (f)Riverbanks Zoo and Garden $ 5,000,000 ;

      (g)SCATR- Regional Promotions $ 2,000,000 ;

      (h)Sports Marketing Program $ 3,650,000 ;

      (i) State Park Development, Upgrades, and Maintenance $ 25,000,000 ;

      (j) State Park Fiber Installation $ 1 ;

      (k)State Parks Road Paving $ 1 ;

      (l) Undiscovered SC Grant Program $ 250,000 ;

      (m)Welcome Center Funding $ 2,100,000 ;

   (38)P320-Department of Commerce 

      (a)Deal Closing Fund $ 3,700,000 ;

      (b)Graduation Alliance $ 1 ;

      (c) LocateSC$ 10,000,000 ;

      (d)Office Modernization $ 600,000 ;

      (e)Palmetto Railways Repayment $ 5,000,000 ;

      (f)Publicly Owned Aeronautics Infrastructure- New and Existing Business $ 55,000,000 ;

      (g)Strategic Economic Development Infrastructure $ 65,000,000 ;

      (h)Strategic Marketing $ 5,000,000 ;

   (39)P400-Conservation Bank 

      Conservation Grant Funding$ 18,000,000 ;

   (40)P450-Rural Infrastructure Authority 

      (a)I-85 Corridor Utility Upgrades $ 20,000,000 ;

      (b)Rural Infrastructure Fund $ 1 ;

      (c)Statewide Water and Sewer Fund $ 1 ;

      (d)Water Quality Revolving Loan Fund Match $ 6,400,000 ;

   (41)B040-Judicial Department 

      Court Facilities$ 500,000 ;

   (42)C050-Administrative Law Court 

      (a)Facility Renovation $ 92,905 ;

      (b)IT Hardware $ 75,000 ;

   (43)E200-Attorney General 

      (a)Litigation Funds $ 551,000 ;

      (b)Office Investment $ 1 ;

   (44)E210-Prosecution Coordination Commission 

      General Tort Liability Increase$ 43,812 ;

   (45)D100-State Law Enforcement Division- SLED 

      (a)Agency Vehicle Rotation $ 500,000 ;

      (b)BAC Machine Replacements $ 1 ;

      (c)Center for School Safety $ 1,716,000 ;

   (46)K050-Department of Public Safety 

      (a)Agency Vehicle Rotation $ 1,500,000 ;

      (b)Mental Health for Incarcerated Individuals Pilot Program $ 400,000 ;

      (c)School Resource Officers (188 New and 19 Current SRO's) and Equipment $ 13,160,000 ;

      (d)Statewide Body-worn Camera Program $ 1 ;

   (47)N040-Department of Corrections 

      (a)Critical Capital Projects $ 25,000,000 ;

      (b)Insurance Reserve Fund Premium Increase $ 2,000,000 ;

      (c)Security and Maintenance Funds $ 1 ;

   (48)N080-Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services 

      Information Technology$ 2,000,000 ;

   (49)N120-Department of Juvenile Justice 

      (a)Broad River Road Complex Renovations $ 1 ;

      (b)Comprehensive Permanent Improvement Projects $ 25,000,000 ;

      (c)Facilities- Detention Center Construction $ 1 ;

      (d)Facilities Management Maintenance and Security Upgrades $ 25,000,000 ;

      (e)Master Plan and Facilities Assessment $ 1 ;

      (f)Project Management $ 1 ;

      (g)Safety and Security Upgrades $ 1 ;

   (50)R040-Public Service Commission 

      SC Integration Study$ 250,000 ;

   (51)R060-Office of Regulatory Staff 

      Public Safety Infrastructure Management$ 1,500,000 ;

   (52)R400-Department of Motor Vehicles 

      IT System Modernization$ 35,000,000 ;

   (53)R600-Department of Employment and Workforce 

      Statewide Workforce Development (H. 3726)$ 3,005,800 ;

   (54)U120-Department of Transportation 

      Litter Off-Interstate$ 6,000,000 ;

   (55)U200-County Transportation Funds 

     CTC Acceleration Fund$ 250,000,000; 

   (56)U300-Division of Aeronautics 

      (a)Aircraft Replacement $ 10,000,000; 

      (b)Capital Investing for the Statewide Airport System $ 50,000,000; 

      (c)Facility Maintenance $ 300,000; 

   (57)A010-The Senate 

      Senate Chamber Maintenance$ 500,000; 

   (58)A170-Legislative Services Agency 

      Enterprise Software Implementation and Licensing$ 8,500,000; 

   (59)D300-Office of Resilience 

      Disaster Relief and Resilience Reserve Fund$ 200,000,000; 

   (60)D500-Department of Administration 

      (a)Health Agencies Restructuring Study $ 5,000,000; 

      (b)SCEIS Enterprise System $ 40,000,000; 

      (c)State-Owned Building Expenses $ 1; 

   (61)E240-Adjutant General 

      (a)Aiken Readiness Center $ 1; 

      (b)Armory Revitalizations $ 3,300,000; 

      (c)IT Initiatives $ 200,000; 

      (d)State Guard Vehicles $ 195,000; 

      (e)Summerville Readiness Center $ 464,000; 

      (f)USC Aiken National Guard  Dreamport Facility$ 1; 

   (62)E260-Department of Veterans' Affairs 

      (a)Cooper State Veterans Cemetery Enhancement $ 1; 

      (b)Military Enhancement Plan Fund $ 7,500,000; 

      (c)Perimeter Fencing for Cooper Veteran Cemetery $ 114,000; 

      (d)Virtual Transition Assistance Program $ 115,425; 

      (e)Buffalo American Legion Post 87- Facility Upgrades $ 6,000 ;

   (63)E280-Election Commission 

      State Matching Funds for 2022 HAVA Grant$ 216,977; 

   (64)R520-State Ethics Commission 

      (a)Administrative Assistant FTE $ 15,000; 

      (b)Attorney II $ 15,000; 

   (65)H630-State Department of Education 

      (a)Altitude Academy $ 10,000; 

      (b)Beaufort County Youth Conference $ 50,000; 

      (c)Center for Education Equity $ 75,000; 

      (d)Charleston Youth Leadership Council- The Beaux Affair $ 20,000 ;

      (e)Core4Success Foundation- After school programming $ 270,000 ;

      (f)Dickerson Children's Advocacy Center- Supporting our Community and Schools $ 250,000 ;

      (g)Doors to Dream Mentorship Academy $ 10,000 ;

      (h)Greater Waverly Foundation- Village Initiative $ 250,000 ;

      (i)  Historic Camden- Educational Center$ 500,000 ;

      (j)  Hope School Community Repairs$ 25,000 ;

      (k)Lowcountry Christian Center- Pink House Neighborhood Resource Center $ 38,000 ;

      (l)  Maroon Innovation Service- Adult & Juvenile Literacy$ 100,000 ;

      (m)North/South Football Game $ 100,000 ;

      (n)Palmetto Learning Academy $ 65,000 ;

      (o)Palmetto Project- SC Information and Referral Network $ 250,000 ;

      (p)SC School for the Deaf and Blind- School Bus Purchase $ 250,000 ;

      (q)The Extra Mile Club of the Lowcountry $ 150,000 ;

      (r)Trinity Educational Community Center- Project TECH $ 300,000 ;

      (s)Women In Unity $ 325,000 ;

      (t)  York County School District 1- York 4H Phase II$ 750,000 ;

      (u)Youth Empowerment Services- Mentoring Programs & Annual Dream Girls Conference $ 150,000 ;

   (66)H030-Commission on Higher Education 

      American College of the Building Arts$ 500,000 ;

   (67)H270-University of South Carolina- Columbia 

      USC Civil Rights History and Research Center$ 1,000,000 ;

   (68)H790-Department of Archives and History 

      (a)Abbeville County Historical Society- Barksdale- McGowan House $ 400,000 ;

      (b)Berkeley County Courthouse Relocation $ 1 ;

      (c)Cherokee Historical and Preservation Society $ 1 ;

      (d)Chesterfield Co. Historic Preservation Comm.- Old St. David's Church Historic Site $ 300,000 ;

      (e)City of Bishopville- Depot Renovation $ 500,000 ;

      (f)City of Hartsville- Greenlawn and Marion Avenue Cemeteries $ 1 ;

      (g)City of Sumter- Lincoln Preservation Project $ 1,000,000 ;

      (h)Colleton County- SC Artisans Center Building Uplift $ 75,000 ;

      (i) Colleton County Historic and Preservation Society  Pon Pon Chapel of Ease$ 1 ;

      (j)  Dorchester Heritage Center$ 1 ;

      (k)Drayton Hall Preservation Trust- Public Archaeology Program  $ 300,000 ;

      (l) Historic  Mitchelville Freedom Park Interpretation and Archaeology$ 1 ;

      (m)Historic Thompson Lakeview Cemetery Preservation Site $ 100,000 ;

      (n)Preservation SC- Dawkins House $ 300,000 ;

      (o)Preservation South Carolina Grants  $ 500,000 ;

      (p)SC Historical Society $ 500,000 ;

      (q)Seay House- Spartanburg $ 200,000 ;

      (r)Town of  Mayesville- Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Project$ 25,000 ;

      (s)Town of St. Stephen- Repair the History Building $ 100,000 ;

      (t)  WeGOJA Foundation- Rosenwald Schools Study$ 300,000 ;

      (u)York County McCelvey Center Auditorium $ 1 ;

   (69)H870-State Library 

      (a)Orangeburg Co. Library- Bookmobile $ 305,220 ;

      (b) Turbeville Library$ 50,000 ;

   (70)H910-Arts Commission 

      (a)Arts Center of Kershaw County $ 500,000 ;

      (b)Dillon County Theater  $ 60,000 ;

      (c)Eagles Nest Art Center Renovation $ 100,000 ;

      (d)Florence County-  Pamplico Community Theater$ 65,000 ;

      (e)McCormick County- McCormick Arts Council $ 208,000 ;

      (f)Port Royal Sound Foundation- Port Royal Sound Maritime Museum $ 400,000 ;

      (g)Public Works Art Center $ 250,000 ;

   (71)J020-Department of Health and Human Services 

      (a)ALPHA Behavioral Health Center $ 750,000 ;

      (b)Bluffton-Jasper County Volunteers in Medicine $ 300,000 ;

      (c)Brain Injury Association of SC- Brain Injury Outreach and Education Initiative $ 387,713 ;

      (d)Bridge Over Foundation- Project Bridge $ 25,000 ;

      (e)Building Better Communities- College Place Healthy Living Project $ 250,000 ;

      (f)Camp Happy Days $ 250,000 ;

      (g)Camp  Kemo$ 100,000 ;

      (h)Closing the Gap in Healthcare $ 100,000 ;

      (i) Community Medicine Foundation- Sickle Cell Program $ 750,000 ;

      (j)  Connie Maxwell Children's Ministry- Children's Healing Center$ 250,000 ;

      (k)CR Neal Dream Center $ 300,000 ;

      (l) Falcon Children's Home  Turbeville$ 100,000 ;

      (m) HopeHealth Community Health- The Men's Center $ 500,000 ;

      (n)Iron Wolf Recovery Fitness $ 250,000 ;

      (o)Kershaw Health District- Health & Recreation Plan $ 1,000,000 ;

      (p) Louvenic D. Barksdale Sickle Cell Foundation- Project Hope$ 100,000 ;

      (q)Medical Experience Academy $ 100,000 ;

      (r)New Morning Foundation $ 2,000,000 ;

      (s)Palmetto Center For Policy Alternatives- SC Cervical Cancer Prevention Initiative $ 175,000 ;

      (t) Project Hope Foundation $ 1 ;

      (u)Sight Savers America- Vision Screenings $ 250,000 ;

      (v)Smith Medical Clinic $ 250,000 ;

      (w)Sumter Behavioral Health Services $ 550,000 ;

      (x)Town of Eastover Healthy Community Program $ 50,000 ;

      (y)United Way of the Midlands- Young Men United $ 250,000 ;

      (z)Upstate Circle of Friends $ 80,500 ;

      (aa)Urban League of the Upstate- McClaren Institute for Health & Quality of Life $ 500,000 ;

      (bb)Wiley Kennedy Foundation- Thriving Communities $ 150,000 ;

   (72)J040-Department of Health and Environmental Control 

      (a)Abandoned Barge Removal $ 250,000 ;

      (b)Brookland Baptist- Fifth Quarter Café $ 200,000 ;

      (c)Charleston Animal Society $ 500,000 ;

      (d)City of Charleston- Dupont  Wappoo Drainage$ 2,000,000 ;

      (e)City of Charleston- Windermere Drainage & Outfall  $ 2,000,000 ;

      (f)City of Isle of Palms Drainage Improvements $ 1 ;

      (g)City of North Charleston- Environmental Cleanup $ 4,500,000 ;

      (h)City of Sumter - Utility Improvements $ 5,500,000 ;

      (i)  Colleton County- Solid Waste Recycling Center$ 250,000 ;

      (j)  Darlington County Humane Society- Education & Adoption Center$ 2,264,000 ;

      (k)Dorchester Paws Summerville $ 750,000 ;

      (l)  EMS Closet $ 50,000 ;

      (m)Florence Crittenton Programs $ 500,000 ;

      (n)Georgetown County- Georgetown Port Property Upgrades $ 1,000,000 ;

      (o)Georgetown County- Murrells Inlet Dredging $ 10,000,000 ;

      (p)Grand Strand Humane Society $ 1,000,000 ;

      (q)Kind Keeper Animal Rescue- Diagnostic Equipment $ 50,000 ;

      (r)Ocean Outfalls- North Myrtle Beach $ 1,000,000 ;

      (s)Pregnancy Center & Clinic of the Low Country $ 50,000 ;

      (t)  Randolph Cemetery$ 100,000 ;

      (u) Startex-Jackson-Welford-Duncan Water District –

        Reidville & Friendship Elevated Water Storage Tanks$ 7,000,000 ;

      (v)The Hive Community Circle $ 500,000 ;

      (w)Town of Pawleys Island- Sea Level Rise Adaptation Plan $ 250,000; 

      (x)Town of Sharon- Town Upgrades $ 500,000; 

      (y)Tri-County Regional Biological Science Center- Forensic DNA Biological Lab $ 2,000,000; 

   (73)J120-Department of Mental Health 

      (a)988 Greenville Call Center $ 1; 

      (b)Anderson Mental Health Clinic Building $ 750,000; 

      (c)Berkeley Community Mental Health Center –  

        Mental Health for Incarcerated Individuals Pilot Program$ 400,000; 

      (d)Circle Park Behavioral Health Services $ 800,000; 

      (e)Mental Illness Recovery Center $ 500,000; 

      (f)Mental Wealth Alliance- Mental Health Gym $ 275,000; 

      (g)Pathways Community Center $ 500,000; 

      (h)Pee Dee Mental Health Center $ 500,000; 

       (i)SC Infant Mental Health Association- Safe Baby Courts $ 500,000; 

   (74)J160-Department of Disabilities and Special Needs 

      (a)ALS Association- ALS Care Services $ 500,000; 

      (b)Barbara Stone Foundation $ 185,000; 

      (c)Camp Cole $ 250,000; 

      (d)Osprey Village $ 1,000,000; 

      (e)St. Francis Center at St. Helena $ 50,000; 

      (f)The Therapy Place $ 400,000; 

      (g)Town of Moncks Corner- Inclusive Playground $ 1,000,000; 

      (h) Unumb Center for Neurodevelopment$ 5,000,000; 

   (75)L040-Department of Social Services 

      (a)Beyond Basic Life Skills- Facility Support $ 600,000; 

      (b)Catholic Charities of SC- Getting Ahead Program $ 54,000; 

      (c) Crosswell Home for Children$ 200,000; 

      (d)Darkness to Light- Child Sexual Abuse Prevention $ 250,000; 

      (e)Dianne's Call- Food insecurity $ 250,000; 

      (f)Epworth Children's Home $ 600,000; 

      (g)Healthy Learners $ 100,000; 

      (h)Laurens County Bailey Municipal Center Upgrades $ 1; 

      (i)  M.A.D. USA$ 250,000; 

      (j)  Man 2 Man Fatherhood Initiative$ 284,239; 

      (k) Nicholtown Child and Family Collaborative- Parent Café$ 30,000; 

      (l)  Rembert Area Community Coalition$ 75,000; 

   (76)L060-Department on Aging 

      (a)Antioch Baptist- Senior Citizen Center $ 500,000; 

      (b)City of Mauldin- Ray W. Hopkins Senior Center $ 250,000; 

      (c)Dorchester County- North Charleston Area Senior Center $ 2,000,000; 

      (d)Foothills Agricultural Resource and Marketing Center $ 560,000; 

      (e)Lourie Center- Facility Maintenance $ 250,000; 

      (f)Project Cool Breeze $ 100,000; 

      (g)Senior Citizens Association- Leatherman Senior Center Expansion $ 250,000; 

      (h)Sumter YMCA - Senior Center $ 750,000; 

   (77)L080-Department of Children's Advocacy 

      (a)Every 1 Voice Matters- Annual Christmas and Coat Drive $ 45,000; 

      (b)SC Network of Children's Advocacy Centers $ 1; 

   (78)L320-Housing Finance and Development Authority 

      (a)Beaufort-Jasper Regional Housing Trust Fund $ 1; 

      (b)Hilton Head Regional Habitat for Humanity $ 1; 

      (c)Marion-Dillon Habitat for Humanity $ 500,000; 

      (d)N.O.W.W. Empowerment $ 25,000; 

      (e)Step by Step Hope Project- Supportive Housing $ 35,353; 

   (79)P160-Department of Agriculture 

      (a)Colleton County- Western Colleton Comm. Ag Exposition Center $ 1,000,000; 

      (b)Mill Village Farms $ 600,000; 

      (c)SC FFA Camp Cherry Grove - Cherry Grove FFA Camp $ 50,000; 

      (d)Town of Cowpens- Town Upgrades $ 500,000; 

   (80)P240-Department of Natural Resources 

      (a) Beeyond Borders- Plant it Forward- Youth Education & Conservation$ 225,000; 

      (b)Boat Mooring Equipment $ 75,000; 

      (c)Farm Bureau- Swine Eradication $ 1,000,000; 

      (d)James Island Public Service District- Watershed Restoration- Pollution Mitigation $ 250,000; 

      (e)Lowcountry Land Trust- Land Conservation Capacity $ 1,000,000; 

      (f)SC Youth Shooting Foundation $ 500,000; 

      (g)Waddell Mariculture Center $ 500,000; 

   (81)P280-Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism 

      (a)American Legion Post 250- Indian Land Veterans Park $ 500,000; 

      (b)Anderson County- Dolly Cooper Park $ 750,000; 

      (c)Anderson County- Kid Venture Playground $ 1; 

      (d) ArtField$ 1 ;

      (e)Bamberg County- Courthouse Renovation $ 1,000,000 ;

      (f)Bamberg County- Hospital Repurposing $ 1,000,000 ;

      (g)Barnwell County YMCA $ 1 ;

      (h)Beaufort Original Gullah Festival $ 50,000 ;

      (i) Ben Mays Family Center $ 350,000 ;

      (j) Bettis Academy Park- Edgefield County $ 800,000 ;

      (k)Calhoun County - Recreation Improvements $ 750,000 ;

      (l) Calhoun County Resources- Historic Site Improvements $ 150,000 ;

      (m)Cancer Survivors Park Alliance $ 1,000,000 ;

      (n)Capital City/Lake Murray Country Regional Tourism Board- Southeastern BBQ Showdown $ 200,000 ;

      (o)Carolina Cup Racing Association- Upgrades $ 1 ;

      (p)Chapman Cultural Center $ 60,000 ;

      (q)Charleston Wine & Food $ 300,000 ;

      (r)Cherokee County Family YMCA Upgrades $ 1 ;

      (s)Cherokee County Former Broad River Electric Facility Renovation $ 1 ;

      (t) Cherokee County Tourism Complex Feasibility Study $ 1 ;

      (u)City of Cayce 12,000 Year History Park $ 1 ;

      (v)City of Chester- Aquatic / Fitness Center $ 500,000 ;

      (w)City of Columbia- Saluda River Access/ River Boat Ramp $ 500,000 ;

      (x)City of Columbia- Vista Greenway Extension $ 1,000,000 ;

      (y)City of Conway- Expansion of Recreation Center $ 900,000 ;

      (z)City of Conway Expansion of Crabtree Greenway $ 1 ;

      (aa)City of Darlington- Darlington African American Museum $ 300,000 ;

      (bb)City of Dillion- Outdoor Recreation $ 1,000,000 ;

      (cc)City of Easley- Senior League Host Committee $ 30,000 ;

      (dd)City of Forest Acres Redevelopment of Richland Mall $ 1 ;

      (ee)City of Greenville- Artisphere $ 300,000 ;

      (ff)City of Greenville-  Nicholtown Community Center Renovation$ 2,500,000 ;

      (gg)City of Greenville- Public Space Upgrades & Safety Improvements  $ 20,000,000 ;

      (hh)City of Inman- Downtown and Streetscape Project $ 950,000 ;

      (ii)City of Isle of Palms ADA Compliant Boardwalk $ 1 ;

      (jj)City of Liberty- Infrastructure $ 150,000 ;

      (kk)City of Mauldin- Multi-Purpose Stadium Project $ 4,000,000 ;

      (ll)City of Mullins- Outdoor Marketplace / Park $ 1 ;

      (mm)City of Newberry- Arts Center $ 1 ;

      (nn)City of Orangeburg- City Hall Renovation $ 1,000,000 ;

      (oo)City of Orangeburg North Road Recreational Complex $ 1 ;

      (pp)City of Pickens- City Hall Improvements & Additions $ 150,000 ;

      (qq)City of Rock Hill- UCI BMX World Championship $ 500,000 ;

      (rr)City of Spartanburg – Wright Greenway Extension $ 422,300 ;

      (ss)City of Sumter- Festival on the Avenue $ 100,000 ;

      (tt)City of Sumter- Manning Avenue Art Corridor $ 2,000,000 ;

      (uu)City of Sumter Memorial Park / Spray Park $ 1 ;

      (vv)City of Sumter Riley Park Renovations $ 1 ;

      (ww)City of Sumter Swan Lake Park Improvements $ 1 ;

      (xx)City of Walhalla Community Center $ 1 ;

      (yy)City of West Columbia- River Walk Expansion and Connectivity $ 1 ;

      (zz)City of Westminster Recreation Facility $ 1 ;

      (aaa)Clarendon County- North Shore Development $ 700,000 ;

      (bbb)Colleton County- YMCA Type Facility $ 500,000 ;

      (ccc)County of Dillon- Parks $ 263,980 ;

      (ddd)Croft State Park- Boy Scouts/Equestrian $ 750,000 ;

      (eee) Daufuskie Marsh Tacky Society$ 20,000 ;

      (fff)Dorchester County-  Oakbrooks Sports Complex$ 1,000,000 ;

      (ggg)Edisto Island Recreation Facility $ 1 ;

      (hhh)Explore Charleston/College of Charleston- Office of Tourism $ 1,000,000 ;

      (iii)Fairfield County- Greenbrier Community Development Center $ 50,000 ;

      (jjj)Florence County- Lions Park Recreation Enhancements $ 300,000 ;

      (kkk)Florence County-  Poyner Building Renovation$ 10,000,000 ;

      (lll)Fork Shoals Historical Society- McCullough's Cedarhurst Historic Home & Garden $ 250,000 ;

      (mmm)Friends of the Aiken Railroad Depot $ 300,000 ;

      (nnn)Georgetown County- Murrells Inlet Bike Path Project $ 190,000 ;

      (ooo) Gibbes Museum$ 500,000 ;

      (ppp)Greater Chapin Community Foundation $ 100,000 ;

      (qqq)Greenville Zoo  $ 750,000 ;

      (rrr)Hampton County- Lighting Safety Upgrades $ 200,000 ;

      (sss)Hollywood American Legion - Building Repairs $ 80,000 ;

      (ttt)Horry County- Public Safety Enhancements $ 5,000,000 ;

      (uuu)Indian Land Green- Trail & Greenspace $ 750,000 ;

      (vvv)International African-American Museum $ 1,000,000 ;

      (www)Irmo Town Hall $ 500,000 ;

      (xxx)Jasper County BMX Track $ 1 ;

      (yyy)Kershaw Area Resource Exchange $ 904,173 ;

      (zzz)Kershaw County- Patriot Landing Boat Ramp $ 500,000 ;

      (aaaa)Laurens County YMCA- Child Development Center $ 500,000 ;

      (bbbb)Lindsey Pettus Greenway- Greenway Expansion Phase II $ 1,000,000 ;

      (cccc)Manning Town Center Venue and Park $ 1 ;

      (dddd)Mauldin Sidewalk Safety Improvements $ 1 ;

      (eeee)Medal of Honor Museum $ 1,000,000 ;

      (ffff)Myrtle Beach Downtown Revitalization $ 1 ;

      (gggg)Myrtle Beach Football Hall of Fame $ 30,000 ;

      (hhhh)Newberry County YMCA $ 1 ;

      (iiii)Newberry Opera House Foundation $ 1 ;

      (jjjj)Open Space Institute- Black River Initiative $ 1,000,000 ;

      (kkkk)Palmetto Park- Palmetto Park/Bobby Richardson Baseball Complex $ 6,465,000 ;

      (llll)Patriot Park - Miracle Park/Amphitheater Patriots Park $ 7,400,000 ;

      (mmmm)Pickens County- Little League Inc.  $ 30,000 ;

      (nnnn)Port Royal Sound Foundation Maritime Center $ 1 ;

      (oooo)Richland County Recreation Commission $ 1,000,000 ;

      (pppp)Saluda River Piedmont Park $ 1 ;

      (qqqq)Sardis Community Center Repairs/Renovations $ 25,000 ;

      (rrrr)SC African American Tourism Conference $ 50,000 ;

      (ssss)SC Aquarium  $ 1,500,000 ;

      (tttt)SC Battleground Preservation Trust- Liberty Trail Interpretation $ 500,000 ;

      (uuuu)SC Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame $ 25,000 ;

      (vvvv)South Carolina Horse Council $ 250,000 ;

      (wwww)Southeastern Wildlife Exposition $ 300,000 ;

      (xxxx)Spartanburg County- Boiling Springs Community Park $ 500,000 ;

      (yyyy)Spartanburg County- Saluda Grade Rail Trail $ 10,000,000 ;

      (zzzz)Spartanburg County Historical Association- Walnut Grove Plantation Restoration $ 1,000,000 ;

      (aaaaa)Spoleto Festival USA $ 500,000 ;

      (bbbbb)Sumter County-  Heise Building Renovation$ 5,800,000 ;

      (ccccc)Swamp Rabbit Trail $ 1 ;

      (ddddd)The Peace Center Expansion $ 17,500,000 ;

      (eeeee)Town of Aynor- Community Recreation Center $ 1,000,000 ;

      (fffff)Town of Blackville- Town Hall building $ 500,000 ;

      (ggggg)Town of Bluffton New River Linear Trail $ 1 ;

      (hhhhh)Town of Clover Economic Development / Revitalization $ 1 ;

      (iiiii)Town of Clover Roosevelt Park Field Lighting Replacement $ 1 ;

      (jjjjj)Town of  Dacusville- Dacusville Pavilion$ 25,000 ;

      (kkkkk)Town of Eastover- Lower Richland Tech Academy $ 500,000 ;

      (lllll)Town of Estill Project Hope $ 1 ;

      (mmmmm)Town of Great Falls Trail Connection Pedestrian Bridge$ 1 ;

      (nnnnn)Town of  Greeleyville- Community Center Improvements$ 200,000 ;

      (ooooo)Town of Hollywood- Town Upgrades $ 750,000 ;

      (ppppp)Town of Honea Path- Soccer Field Construction $ 300,000 ;

      (qqqqq)Town of Iva Purchase Train Depot $ 1 ;

      (rrrrr)Town of  Jenkinsville- Recreational Activities Upgrades$ 60,000 ;

      (sssss)Town of Kingstree- Kingstree Recreation Center Park $ 500,000 ;

      (ttttt)Town of Lake View- Community Center Upgrades $ 84,707 ;

      (uuuuu)Town of Lane- Community Center Building Improvements $ 100,000 ;

      (vvvvv)Town of  Latta- Infrastructure Upgrades$ 195,400 ;

      (wwwww)Town of McColl- Downtown Improvements$ 750,000 ;

      (xxxxx)Town of  Meggett- Church Flats Road Safety Upgrades$ 460,000 ;

      (yyyyy)Town of Norway- Infrastructure $ 500,000 ;

      (zzzzz)Town of Pacolet- Town Hall Upgrades $ 250,000 ;

      (aaaaaa)Town of Port Royal- Repairs to Shrimp deck $ 1,000,000 ;

      (bbbbbb)Town of Ravenel- Town Upgrades $ 500,000 ;

      (cccccc)Town of Ridgeway- Park Revitalization $ 50,000 ;

      (dddddd)Town of Saluda- Saluda Recreation & Wellness Center $ 1,000,000 ;

      (eeeeee)Town of Six Mile New Recreation/Baseball Field $ 100,000 ;

      (ffffff)Town of Summerville- Main St. Resiliency Project $ 4,000,000 ;

      (gggggg)Town of Williston- Town Hall Building $ 500,000 ;

      (hhhhhh)Town of Winnsboro- Downtown Revitalization$ 500,000 ;

      (iiiiii)Union County Clerk of Court- Digital Records Conversion $ 20,000 ;

      (jjjjjj)Upstate Greenways & Trail Alliance- Trail Expansion $ 5,000,000 ;

      (kkkkkk)Walhalla Performing Arts Center $ 1 ;

      (llllll)Westminster Senior Outreach $ 200,000 ;

     (mmmmmm)Williamsburg County- Recreational Improvements$ 250,000 ;

      (nnnnnn)YMCA of Cane Bay- Enrichment Programs$ 100,000 ;

      (oooooo)YMCA of the Upper Pee Dee $ 1 ;

      (pppppp)YMCA of Upper Palmetto- Camp Cherokee $ 1 ;

      (qqqqqq)York County- Park Enhancements $ 1,000,000 ;

   (82)P320-Department of Commerce 

      (a)City of Anderson- Economic Development Event $ 600,000; 

      (b)City of Charleston Entrepreneurial Resource Center $ 1; 

      (c)City of Clinton Industrial Park $ 1; 

      (d)City of Forest Acres- Redevelopment of Forest Acres $ 1,000,000; 

      (e)City of Loris- Old Loris High School Redevelopment $ 1,000,000; 

      (f)City of Simpsonville- Economic Development/Capital Projects $ 1,000,000; 

      (g)Fairfield County- Vision Center Inc $ 2,000,000; 

      (h)South Carolina Quantum Association Curriculum Development and Use Study $ 1; 

      (i)  Southern Carolina Alliance- SCIC Industrial Park$ 750,000; 

      (j)  Spartanburg County- Spartanburg Infrastructure Upgrades$ 20,000,000; 

      (k)Spartanburg Downtown Development Infrastructure $ 1; 

      (l)  Study of Offshore Wind Energy$ 250,000; 

      (m)Sumter County-  Pocotaligo Industrial Park$ 2,000,000; 

      (n)Town of Fort Mill- Downtown Economic Development $ 25,000,000; 

      (o)Town of Lexington- Lexington Conference Center $ 10,000,000; 

      (p)Town of Seneca- Downtown Revitalization $ 12,000,000; 

      (q)Town of Timmonsville- Timmonsville Revitalization Project $ 500,000; 

      (r)Umoja Village- Economic development $ 250,000; 

   (83)P450-Rural Infrastructure Authority 

      (a)Town of Campobello Sewer Project $ 1; 

      (b)Town of Clover Water and Sewer Projects $ 1; 

      (c)Town of Edisto Beach Automated Water Meter Project $ 1; 

      (d)Town of James Island Sewer Project $ 1; 

      (e)York County Water and Sewer- Blue Granite Acquisition Costs $ 1; 

   (84)K050-Department of Public Safety 

      (a)Anderson County Sheriff's Dept- Equipment $ 200,000; 

      (b)Beaufort County Sheriff's Dept. - Crime Lab $ 500,000; 

      (c)Bennettsville Police Dept- Bennettsville Police Dept $ 155,000; 

      (d)Charleston County Sheriff Reentry and Rehabilitation Program $ 1; 

      (e)Chester County Sheriff's Office- Electronic Records Mgmt. System $ 600,000; 

      (f)City of Beaufort- Maritime Cybersecurity  $ 2,000,000; 

      (g)City of Conway- Public Safety Technology Assistance $ 134,500; 

      (h)City of Florence Police Department Camera Updates $ 1; 

      (i)  City of Fountain Inn- Historic Downtown Safety Upgrades$ 500,000; 

      (j)  City of Goose Creek- Fire & Police Training Facility$ 1,000,000; 

      (k)City of Greenwood Police Department- Equipment $ 140,000; 

      (l)  City of Sumter Police Department- Equipment Funding$ 1,000,000; 

      (m)Dillon County Sheriffs Office- Dillon County Sheriffs Office $ 440,000; 

      (n)Dillon Police Department- Equipment and Facility Repairs $ 865,000; 

      (o)Fairfield County- First Responder Equipment $ 250,000; 

      (p)Greenville County Sheriff Dept.- Armored vehicle $ 450,000; 

      (q)Hemingway Police  Deptartment- Equipment$ 200,000; 

      (r)Lancaster County Sheriff Dept- Crime Scene & Evidence Unit Improvement $ 500,000; 

      (s) Latta Police Department- Equipment Funding$ 90,000; 

      (t)Lexington County Sheriff- Crime Scene Lab $ 156,760; 

      (u)Marion County Sheriff Law Enforcement Training Facility $ 1; 

      (v)Marlboro County Sheriff- Marlboro County Sheriff Equipment/Vehicles $ 500,000; 

      (w)McCormick Co. Sheriffs Dept.- Law Enforcement Equipment $ 553,500; 

      (x)Newberry County Sheriff Dept.- Information Technology Infrastructure $ 300,000; 

      (y)Positive Vibes  Ronjanae Smith$ 100,000; 

      (z)Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office- Field Force Unit Gear & Aviation Unit Gear $ 137,472; 

      (aa)Sumter County Sheriff's Office- Training Center Upgrades $ 625,000; 

      (bb)Sumter Law Enforcement Center- Forensic Technology Annex $ 500,000; 

      (cc) Tega Cay Police Dept.- Equipment$ 160,000; 

      (dd)Town of Bluffton Police Department- Law Enforcement Equipment $ 50,000; 

      (ee)Town of Hampton- Fire and Police Equipment  $ 320,000; 

      (ff)Union County Detention Center $ 1; 

      (gg)We Are Their Voices $ 100,000; 

   (85)N080-Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services 

      Turn90 Reentry Program$ 667,000; 

   (86)N120-Department of Juvenile Justice 

      (a)Juveniles Upholding Morals and Principles of Society- Youth Mentoring Program $ 50,000; 

      (b)PACE Center for Girls $ 1; 

   (87)R360-Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation 

      (a)Buffalo Volunteer Fire Department $ 350,000; 

      (b)Chesterfield County- Life Safety Equipment $ 750,000; 

      (c)City of Barnwell- Fire station $ 500,000; 

      (d)City of Fountain Inn- Fire Station Upgrades $ 4,000,000; 

      (e)City of Gaffney Fire Department- Fire Training Center $ 400,000; 

      (f)City of Marion Fire Dept.- Fire Department Training Center $ 250,000; 

      (g)City of Mauldin- Mauldin Fire Station $ 250,000; 

      (h)Clover Fire Department $ 500,000 ;

      (i)  Colleton County- Fire Station Neyles Community$ 600,000 ;

      (j)  Lesslie Fire Dept.- Fire Dept. Training Tower$ 100,000 ;

      (k)Lewis Fire Dept.- Fire Truck w/ Gear $ 250,000 ;

      (l)  Lexington County Fire Services- PPE gear$ 184,000 ;

      (m)Macedonia Fire Department $ 400,000 ;

      (n)Marlboro County Fire Service $ 300,000 ;

      (o)Sharon Volunteer Fire Department- Phase II $ 30,000 ;

      (p)Smyrna VFD - Smyrna VFD Phase 2 $ 40,000 ;

      (q)Town of St. Matthews Fire Department $ 750,000 ;

      (r) Turbeville Area Fire Station$ 1,000,000 ;

   (88)R600-Department of Employment and Workforce 

      Colleton County- County Career Skills Center$ 150,000 ;

   (89)U120-Department of Transportation 

      (a)Chester County- Lighting Safety Upgrades $ 450,000 ;

      (b)City of Columbia- Assembly St. Railroad Grade Separation Project $ 10,000,000 ;

      (c)City of Columbia- Beltline Blvd Redevelopment Projects $ 2,000,000 ;

      (d)City of Columbia- Williams Street Gateway $ 7,000,000 ;

      (e)City of Conway- Carolina Bay Construction $ 677,000 ;

      (f)City of Easley Traffic Congestion Mitigation $ 1 ;

      (g)City of Sumter North Mainstreet Corridor Improvements $ 1 ;

      (h)Devine Street  Cooridor & Accessibility$ 1,500,000 ;

      (i)  Dorchester County- Pedestrian Crossing for Bacons Bridge Road$ 2,200,000 ;

      (j) Elevate SC-22 Over Waccamaw River $ 1 ;

      (k)Highway 90 Improvements and Expansion $ 1 ;

      (l)  Lexington County- Local Stormwater Management$ 200,000 ;

      (m)Pickens County- Highway 183  $ 10,000,000 ;

      (n)Southern Evacuation Lifeline Permitting and Engineering $ 1 ;

      (o)Town of Summerville- Central Ave. Pedestrian Safety Sidewalk $ 400,000 ;

   (90)U300-Division of Aeronautics 

      (a)Beaufort County Airports- Hilton Head Airport Extension $ 750,000 ;

      (b)Hilton Head Airport- Mandatory Relocation $ 1 ;

   (91)E160-State Treasurer 

      (a)City of York- Downtown Development and Upgrades $ 4,774,000 ;

      (b)Orangeburg County- County Marketing $ 100,000 ;

      (c)Orangeburg County- Nix-Stilton Community Center $ 400,000 ;

      (d)Ritter Community Center $ 400,000 ;

   (92)E240-Adjutant General 

      SCEMD Alternative Operating Center$ 750,000 ;

   (93)E260-Department of Veterans' Affairs 

      (a)American Legion Johnston Post 222 $ 60,000 ;

      (b)Dorchester County- Veterans Services Center $ 500,000 ;

      (c)Jasper County Operation Patriots FOB- Operation Patriots FOB $ 100,000 ;

      (d)Lee County- Veterans Affairs Office $ 200,000 ;

      (e)Pacolet Veteran's Park $ 23,000 ;

      (f)Shaw Sumter Military Museum $ 15,000,000 ;

      (g)Upstate Warriors Solutions- Rupert  Huse Veteran Center$ 1 ;

   (94)E280-Election Commission 

     Florence County- Election Storage Building $ 500,000. 

 (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 566, after line 27, by adding an appropriately numbered proviso to read:

/(SR: Growing Agribusiness Fund Report) The Department of Agriculture shall prepare a report on the utilization of the Growing Agribusiness Fund that includes the amount of each grant awarded, the recipient of the funds, the date of the grant award, and the qualifications met by the recipient upon review by the Department of Agriculture Infrastructure Incentives Panel. The report shall be submitted quarterly to the Chairmen of the Senate Finance Committee, the House Ways and Means Committee, the Senate Finance Natural Resources and Economic Development Subcommittee, and the House Ways and Means Economic Development Subcommittee. The department is allowed to retain any accrued interest generated from the fund, for similar purpose of grant reimbursements./

Amend totals and titles to conform.