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SF 2389 - Iowa Jobs II Program and Budget Amendments - Key Vote

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Larry Noble voted Nay (Concurrence Vote) on this Legislation.

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Legislation - Vetoed (Line Item Veto) (Executive) -

Title: Iowa Jobs II Program and Budget Amendments

Legislation - Concurrence Vote Passed (Senate) (27-17) - (Key vote)

Title: Iowa Jobs II Program and Budget Amendments

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that appropriates $274 million in infrastructure spending funds for the Iowa Jobs II Program, including an additional $150 million for a public-works program.

Highlights:
-Appropriates from the Rebuild Iowa Infrastructure Fund the following amounts to their respective agencies (Sec. 1):
    -Department of Administrative Services: $4.98 million; -Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship: $50,000; -Department of the Blind: $20,000; -Department of Cultural Affairs: $100,000; -Department of Economic Development: $2.75 million; -Department of Education: $500,000; -Department of Natural Resources: $2.14 million; -Department of Public Defense: $2.3 million; -Department of Public Health: $100,000; -Iowa Finance Authority: $250,000; -State Board of Regents: $25 million; -Treasurer of State: $1.1 million; -Department of Transportation: $750,000; and -Department of Veteran's Affairs: $1 million.
-Appropriates from the Rebuild Iowa Infrastructure Fund the following amounts to their respective agencies for the following years (Sec. 2):
    -Department of Corrections from 2011-2014: $5.7 million; -Department of Natural Resources from 2011-2015: $20 million; and -Department of Transportation for fiscal year 2011-12: $6.5 million for matching federal funds available through the federal Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act of 2008.
-Appropriates from the Technology and Reinvestment Fund the following amounts to their respective agencies (Sec. 4):
    -Department of Administrative Services: $3.8 million; -Department of Correction: $500,000; -Department of Education: $3.3 million; -Department of Public Health: $250,000; and -Iowa Telecommunications and Technology Commission: $2.2 million;
-Appropriates from the Revenue Bonds Capital Fund the following amounts to their respective agencies (Sec. 6):
    -Department of Administrative Services: $3 million; -Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship: $1 million; -Department of Cultural Affairs: $2 million; -Department of Corrections: $4.7 million; -Department of Economic Development: $4 million; -Department of Natural Resources: $7 million; -State Board of Regents: $13 million; -Iowa State Fair: $2.5 million; and -Iowa Finance Authority: $2 million.
-Appropriates from the Revenue Capitals II Fund the following amounts to their respective agencies (Sec. 10):
    -Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship: $8.5 million; -Department of Economic Development: $32.7 million; -Department of Education: $2 million; -Iowa Finance Authority: $92 million; -Department of Natural Resources: $8 million; -State Board of Regents: $15 million; -Department of Transportation: $21 million; and -Treasurer of the State: $2 million.
-Appropriates $130.5 million for costs associated with the building of a new Iowa State penitentiary at Fort Madison (Sec. 62). -Appropriates $2 million from the Iowa Comprehensive Petroleum Underground Storage Tank Fund for the passenger rail service revolving funds (Sec. 16). -Reduces the appropriation from the Rebuild Iowa Infrastructure Fund for the Grow Iowa Values Fund from $50 million for FY 2010-2011 to $36 million for FY 2010-2011 (Sec. 26). -Grants the Metropolitan or Regional Planning Commissions the power to "make comprehensive studies and plans for the development of the area which it serves", which will be made with consideration of the Iowa smart planning principles (Sec. 19). -Increases the appropriation amount for innovation and commercialization services from $3 million to $5.5 million (Sec. 33). -Allows the Treasurer of Iowa to issue and sell bonds in which the proceeds do no exceed $150 million for projects in the Departments of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, Economic Development, Education, Natural Resources, Transportation, the Iowa Finance Authority, the State Board of Regents, and the Treasury (Sec. 79).
Legislation - Bill Passed With Amendment (House) (52-47) - (Key vote)

Title: Iowa Jobs II Program and Budget Amendments

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that appropriates $274 million in infrastructure spending funds for the Iowa Jobs II Program, including an additional $150 million for a public-works program.

Highlights:
-Appropriates from the Rebuild Iowa Infrastructure Fund the following amounts to their respective agencies (Sec. 1):
    -Department of Administrative Services: $4.98 million; -Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship: $50,000; -Department of the Blind: $20,000; -Department of Cultural Affairs: $100,000; -Department of Economic Development: $2.75 million; -Department of Education: $500,000; -Department of Natural Resources: $2.14 million; -Department of Public Defense: $2.3 million; -Department of Public Health: $100,000; -Iowa Finance Authority: $250,000; -State Board of Regents: $25 million; -Treasurer of State: $1.1 million; -Department of Transportation: $750,000; and -Department of Veteran's Affairs: $1 million.
-Appropriates from the Rebuild Iowa Infrastructure Fund the following amounts to their respective agencies for the following years (Sec. 2):
    -Department of Corrections from 2011-2014: $5.7 million; -Department of Natural Resources from 2011-2015: $20 million; and -Department of Transportation for fiscal year 2011-12: $6.5 million for matching federal funds available through the federal Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act of 2008.
-Appropriates from the Technology and Reinvestment Fund the following amounts to their respective agencies (Sec. 4):
    -Department of Administrative Services: $3.8 million; -Department of Correction: $500,000; -Department of Education: $3.3 million; -Department of Public Health: $250,000; and -Iowa Telecommunications and Technology Commission: $2.2 million;
-Appropriates from the Revenue Bonds Capital Fund the following amounts to their respective agencies (Sec. 6):
    -Department of Administrative Services: $3 million; -Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship: $1 million; -Department of Cultural Affairs: $2 million; -Department of Corrections: $4.7 million; -Department of Economic Development: $4 million; -Department of Natural Resources: $7 million; -State Board of Regents: $13 million; -Iowa State Fair: $2.5 million; and -Iowa Finance Authority: $2 million.
-Appropriates from the Revenue Capitals II Fund the following amounts to their respective agencies (Sec. 10):
    -Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship: $8.5 million; -Department of Economic Development: $32.7 million; -Department of Education: $2 million; -Iowa Finance Authority: $92 million; -Department of Natural Resources: $8 million; -State Board of Regents: $15 million; -Department of Transportation: $21 million; and -Treasurer of the State: $2 million.
-Appropriates $130.5 million for costs associated with the building of a new Iowa State penitentiary at Fort Madison (Sec. 62). -Appropriates $2 million from the Iowa Comprehensive Petroleum Underground Storage Tank Fund for the passenger rail service revolving funds (Sec. 16). -Reduces the appropriation from the Rebuild Iowa Infrastructure Fund for the Grow Iowa Values Fund from $50 million for FY 2010-2011 to $36 million for FY 2010-2011 (Sec. 26). -Grants the Metropolitan or Regional Planning Commissions the power to "make comprehensive studies and plans for the development of the area which it serves", which will be made with consideration of the Iowa smart planning principles (Sec. 19). -Increases the appropriation amount for innovation and commercialization services from $3 million to $5.5 million (Sec. 33). -Allows the Treasurer of Iowa to issue and sell bonds in which the proceeds do no exceed $150 million for projects in the Departments of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, Economic Development, Education, Natural Resources, Transportation, the Iowa Finance Authority, the State Board of Regents, and the Treasury (Sec. 79).
Legislation - Introduced (Senate) -

Title: Iowa Jobs II Program and Budget Amendments

Legislation - Bill Passed (Senate) (29-16) -

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