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Fiscal Note

SB0015S04 - Driving Under the Influence Amendments

State Impact:
It is estimated that enactment of this bill will increase ongoing state revenues by $1,788,000 beginning FY 2009. The bill appropriates ongoing General Funds beginning FY 2009 of $1,320,000 to the Department of Public Safety ($660,000 to the Utah Highway Patrol and $660,000 to Liquor Law Enforcement). The Department of Public Safety Driver License Division will require one-time FY 2009 Restricted Funds of $7,500 for system programming changes. The Courts will require ongoing General Funds beginning FY 2009 of $210,000. The Department of Corrections will require FY 2009 General Funds of $132,000 and ongoing General Funds beginning FY 2010 of $264,000.

Funding SourceFY 2008
Approp.
FY 2009
Approp.
FY 2010
Approp.
FY 2008
Revenue
FY 2009
Revenue
FY 2010
Revenue
General Fund$0$1,794,000$1,794,000$0$1,712,400$1,712,400
General Fund, One-Time$0($132,000)$0$0$0$0
Transportation Fund Restricted$0$7,500$0$0$58,200$58,200
Dedicated Credits$0$0$0$0$17,400$17,400
   Total
$0

$1,669,500

$1,794,000

$0

$1,788,000

$1,788,000

Individual, Business and/or Local Impact:
Local governments may also benefit from the increased number and range of traffic citations issued from speeding to Driving Under the Influence offenses.

3/10/2008, 2:02:58 PM, Lead Analyst: Ricks, G.Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst