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2nd Sub. S.B. 15
         USE OF TOBACCO SETTLEMENT REVENUES

Senate Floor Amendments

Amendment 11 February 28, 2000 2:27 PM



Senator Beattie proposes the following amendments:

1.    Page 1, Line 11:    Delete "$4,000,000" and insert "$3,000,000" and after "TOBACCO" insert "AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE" and delete "$2,000,000" and insert "$3,000,000"

2.    Page 5, Line 122:    Delete "$4,000,000" and insert "$2,000,000" and delete "tobacco" and insert "alcohol, tobacco, and other drug"

3.    Page 5, Line 123:    Delete "a unified message" and insert "unified messages" and after "outlet" insert "with a preference in funding given to tobacco-related programs" and after line 123 insert:
        "(c) $1,000,000 to the Department of Health to be distributed to local health departments to continue tobacco prevention, reduction, cessation, and control programs;"

         Renumber the remaining subsections accordingly.

4.    Page 5, Line 124:    Delete "$300,000" and insert "$297,600" and delete "$1,700,000" and insert "$1,991,300"

5.    Page 5, Line 125:    After line 125 insert:
        "(e) $77,400 to the Board of Pardons, $108,700 to the Department of Corrections, and $525,000 to the Department of Human Service for a drug board pilot program;"

         Renumber the remaining subsections accordingly.

5.    Page 5, Line 129:    After line 129 insert:
        "(5)(a) If tobacco funds in dispute for attorneys fees are received by the state, those funds shall be divided and deposited in accordance with Subsection (3) and Section 63-97-301.
        (b) The amount appropriated to the Department of Health for alcohol, tobacco, and other drug programs described in Subsection (4)(b), including the funding preference for tobacco-related programs, shall be increased by up to $2,000,000 in a given fiscal

year to the extent that funds in dispute for attorneys fees are available to the state for appropriation from the account.
        
6.    Page 5, Line 130:    Delete "(5)" and insert "(6)"

7.    Page 6, Line 165:    Delete "$4,000,000" and insert "$2,000,000" and delete "tobacco" and insert "alcohol, tobacco, and other drug"

8.    Page 6, Line 166:    After "Section 63-97-201" insert ", including the funding preference for tobacco-related programs" and after line 166 insert:
        "(c) $1,000,000 to the Department of Health to be distributed to local health departments to continue tobacco prevention, reduction, cessation, and control programs;"

         Renumber the remaining subsections accordingly.

4.    Page 6, Line 167:    Delete "$300,000" and insert "$297,600" and delete "$1,700,000" and insert "$1,991,300"

5.    Page 5, Line 168:    Delete "and" and after line 125 insert:
        "(e) $77,400 to the Board of Pardons, $108,700 to the Department of Corrections, and $525,000 to the Department of Human Service for a drug board pilot program; and"

         Renumber the remaining subsections accordingly.

9.    Page 6, Line 170:    After line 170 insert:
        "(3) If tobacco funds in dispute for attorneys fees are received by the state during fiscal year 2000-01:
        (a) those funds shall be divided and deposited in accordance with Section 63-97-201 and 63-97-301; and
        (b) the amount appropriated to the Department of Health for alcohol, tobacco, and other drug programs described in Subsection (2)(b), including the funding preference for tobacco-related programs, shall be increased by up to $2,000,000 to the extent that funds in dispute for attorneys fees are available to the state for appropriation from the account created by Section 63-97-201.

        

        
         Renumber the remaining subsections accordingly.