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H.B. 399

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NAME AMENDMENTS TO FUNDS AND ACCOUNTS

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2013 GENERAL SESSION

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STATE OF UTAH

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Chief Sponsor: Steve Eliason

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Senate Sponsor: Curtis S. Bramble

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             7      LONG TITLE
             8      General Description:
             9          This bill modifies the names of certain funds and accounts.
             10      Highlighted Provisions:
             11          This bill:
             12          .    changes the terminology of each "'restricted special revenue fund" to a new
             13      designation of "expendable special revenue fund";
             14          .    classifies the following funds as "capital projects funds":
             15              .    The Transportation Investment Fund of 2005;
             16              .    The Centennial Highway Fund; and
             17              .    The Critical Highway Needs Fund;
             18          .    modifies the description of fund types to better comply with new Government
             19      Accounting Standards Board requirements; and
             20          .    provides that the Attorney General Litigation Fund is an expendable revenue fund.
             21      Money Appropriated in this Bill:
             22          None
             23      Other Special Clauses:
             24          This bill provides revisor instructions.
             25      Utah Code Sections Affected:
             26      AMENDS:
             27          4-2-8.5, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2011, Chapters 303 and 342


             28          9-6-502, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2002, Chapter 256
             29          9-7-206, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2002, Chapter 256
             30          9-8-702, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2002, Chapter 256
             31          13-2-8, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             32          19-6-307, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2002, Chapter 256
             33          19-6-807, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2012, Chapter 263
             34          26-10-2.5, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2002, Chapter 256
             35          26-18b-101, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2012, Chapter 242
             36          26-36a-202, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2010, Chapter 179
             37          26-36a-207, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2010, Chapter 179
             38          26-50-201, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 325
             39          26-54-102, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2012, Chapter 226
             40          31A-41-201, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 220
             41          32B-2-305, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2012, Fourth Special Session, Chapter 1
             42          35A-3-116, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2012, Chapters 212 and 246
             43          35A-3-206, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2011, Chapter 342
             44          35A-8-727, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2012, Chapter 212
             45          35A-8-1009, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2012, Chapter 212
             46          35A-8-1301, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2012, Chapter 212
             47          35A-8-1602, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2012, Chapter 212
             48          35A-8-1704, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2012, Chapter 212
             49          38-11-201, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2009, Chapters 183 and 368
             50          40-10-25.1, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2011, Chapter 342
             51          51-5-4, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2010, Chapter 278
             52          51-5-7, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             53          51-9-404, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2011, Chapters 131 and 342
             54          54-8b-15, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2002, Chapters 256 and 320
             55          58-3a-103, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2009, Chapter 183
             56          58-11a-103, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2007, Chapter 209
             57          58-22-103, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2009, Chapter 183
             58          58-53-103, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2009, Chapter 183


             59          58-67a-1, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2002, Chapter 256
             60          59-27-105, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2011, Chapter 309
             61          61-1-18.7, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2011, Chapter 318
             62          61-2c-501, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2010, Chapter 379
             63          61-2f-503, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2010, Chapter 379
             64          62A-1-119, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2011, Chapters 303 and 342
             65          62A-3-110, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2012, Chapter 242
             66          62A-15-103, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2012, Chapter 242
             67          63A-3-505, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2011, Chapter 342 and renumbered and
             68      amended by Laws of Utah 2011, Chapter 79
             69          63A-11-203, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2011, Chapters 265 and 303
             70          63A-12-109, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2011, Chapter 265
             71          63C-9-502, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2006, Chapter 256
             72          63J-1-601, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2009, Chapters 183 and 368
             73          63J-3-103, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2010, Chapter 137
             74          63M-1-2203, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             75          63M-1-2612, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2009, Chapter 183
             76          67-4-18, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2012, Chapter 212
             77          67-5-24, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2007, Chapter 124
             78          71-11-8, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2007, Chapter 173
             79          72-2-118, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2012, Chapters 207 and 397
             80          72-2-124, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2012, Chapters 207, 397, and 400
             81          72-2-125, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2012, Chapter 207
             82          76-10-922, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2009, Chapter 61
             83          79-3-402, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2009, Chapter 344
             84     
             85      Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
             86          Section 1. Section 4-2-8.5 is amended to read:
             87           4-2-8.5. Salinity Offset Fund.
             88          (1) As used in this section, "Colorado River Salinity Offset Program" means a
             89      program, administered by the Division of Water Quality, allowing oil, gas, or mining


             90      companies and other entities to provide funds to finance salinity reduction projects in the
             91      Colorado River Basin by purchasing salinity credits as offsets against discharges made by the
             92      company under permits issued by the Division of Water Quality.
             93          (2) (a) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             94      "Salinity Offset Fund."
             95          (b) The fund shall consist of:
             96          (i) money received from the Division of Water Quality that has been collected as part of
             97      the Colorado River Salinity Offset Program;
             98          (ii) grants from local governments, the state, or the federal government;
             99          (iii) grants from private entities; and
             100          (iv) interest on fund money.
             101          (3) (a) The department shall:
             102          (i) subject to the rules established under Subsection (3)(a)(ii), distribute fund money to
             103      farmers, ranchers, mutual irrigation companies, and other entities in the state to assist in
             104      financing irrigation, rangeland, and watershed improvement projects that will, in accordance
             105      with the Colorado River Salinity Offset Program, reduce salinity in the Colorado River; and
             106          (ii) in accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act,
             107      make rules establishing:
             108          (A) a project funding application process;
             109          (B) project funding requirements;
             110          (C) project approval criteria; and
             111          (D) standards for evaluating the effectiveness of funded projects in reducing salinity in
             112      the Colorado River.
             113          (b) The department may require entities seeking fund money to provide matching
             114      funds.
             115          (c) The department shall submit to the Water Quality Board's executive secretary
             116      proposed funding projects for the executive secretary's review and approval.
             117          (4) The department may use fund money for the administration of the fund, but this
             118      amount may not exceed 10% of the annual receipts to the fund.
             119          Section 2. Section 9-6-502 is amended to read:
             120           9-6-502. Utah Arts Endowment Fund.


             121          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             122      "Utah Arts Endowment Fund."
             123          (2) The state fund shall be administered by the board in accordance with applicable
             124      law.
             125          (3) Any administrative costs incurred by the board shall be reviewed by the appropriate
             126      appropriations committee of the Legislature.
             127          (4) The state fund shall contain all money appropriated to it by the Legislature, all
             128      federal funds received for purposes of this part, plus interest and other income earned on them.
             129          (5) The purpose of the state fund is to provide money to qualifying arts organizations to
             130      enable them to create their own arts endowment funds and to the board to administer the state
             131      fund.
             132          Section 3. Section 9-7-206 is amended to read:
             133           9-7-206. State Library Donation Fund -- Deposits and fees.
             134          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund entitled the "State
             135      Library Donation Fund" to receive bequests, gifts, and endowments of money.
             136          (2) Any interest or proceeds realized from the use or disposition of property received
             137      by the division or interest on the fund itself shall be deposited in the State Library Donation
             138      Fund and used by the State Library Division for the purposes specified by the donor.
             139          (3) All fees paid to the library and collections made due to damaged books or through
             140      sale or exchange of books and other materials shall be deposited in the General Fund as
             141      dedicated credits for use by the State Library Division.
             142          Section 4. Section 9-8-702 is amended to read:
             143           9-8-702. Utah History Endowment Fund.
             144          There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the "Utah
             145      History Endowment Fund." The state fund shall be administered by the Division of Finance in
             146      accordance with applicable law. The state fund shall contain all money appropriated to it by
             147      the Legislature and the interest and other income earned on the fund. The purpose of the state
             148      fund is to provide money to qualifying organizations to enable them to create their own history
             149      endowment funds.
             150          Section 5. Section 13-2-8 is amended to read:
             151           13-2-8. Consumer Protection Education and Training Fund.


             152          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             153      "Consumer Protection Education and Training Fund."
             154          (2) (a) Unless otherwise provided by a chapter listed in Section 13-2-1 , all money not
             155      distributed as consumer restitution that is received by the division from administrative fines
             156      and settlements, from criminal restitution, or from civil damages, forfeitures, penalties, and
             157      settlements when the division receives the money on its own behalf and not in a representative
             158      capacity, shall be deposited into the fund.
             159          (b) Any portion of the fund may be maintained in an interest-bearing account.
             160          (c) All interest earned on fund money shall be deposited into the fund.
             161          (3) Notwithstanding Title 63J, Chapter 1, Budgetary Procedures Act, the division may
             162      use the fund with the approval of the executive director of the Department of Commerce in a
             163      manner consistent with the duties of the division under this chapter for:
             164          (a) consumer protection education for members of the public;
             165          (b) equipment for and training of division personnel;
             166          (c) publication of consumer protection brochures, laws, policy statements, or other
             167      material relevant to the division's enforcement efforts; and
             168          (d) investigation and litigation undertaken by the division.
             169          (4) If the balance in the fund exceeds $100,000 at the close of any fiscal year, the
             170      excess shall be transferred to the General Fund.
             171          Section 6. Section 19-6-307 is amended to read:
             172           19-6-307. Hazardous Substances Mitigation Fund -- Uses.
             173          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund entitled the
             174      "Hazardous Substances Mitigation Fund."
             175          (2) The fund consists of money generated from the following revenue sources:
             176          (a) any voluntary contributions received for the cleanup of hazardous substances
             177      facilities;
             178          (b) appropriations made to the fund by the Legislature; and
             179          (c) money received by the state under Section 19-6-310 and Section 19-6-316 .
             180          (3) (a) The fund shall earn interest.
             181          (b) All interest earned on fund money shall be deposited into the fund.
             182          (4) The executive director may use fund money to:


             183          (a) take emergency action as provided in Sections 19-6-309 and 19-6-310 ;
             184          (b) conduct remedial investigations as provided in Sections 19-6-314 through
             185      19-6-316 ;
             186          (c) pay the amount required by the federal government as the state's portion of the cost
             187      of cleanups under authority of CERCLA, as appropriated by the Legislature for that purpose;
             188      and
             189          (d) pay the amount required by the federal government as the state's portion of the cost
             190      of cleanups under 42 U.S.C. 6991 et seq., the Leaking Underground Storage Tank Trust Fund,
             191      as appropriated by the Legislature for that purpose.
             192          Section 7. Section 19-6-807 is amended to read:
             193           19-6-807. Special revenue fund -- Creation -- Deposits.
             194          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund entitled the
             195      "Waste Tire Recycling Fund."
             196          (2) The fund shall consist of:
             197          (a) the proceeds of the fee imposed under Section 19-6-805 ; and
             198          (b) penalties collected under this part.
             199          (3) Money in the fund shall be used for:
             200          (a) partial reimbursement of the costs of transporting, processing, recycling, or
             201      disposing of waste tires as provided in this part; and
             202          (b) payment of administrative costs of local health departments as provided in Section
             203      19-6-817 .
             204          (4) The Legislature may appropriate money from the fund to pay for costs of the
             205      Department of Environmental Quality in administering and enforcing this part.
             206          Section 8. Section 26-10-2.5 is amended to read:
             207           26-10-2.5. Creation of fund -- Fund money -- Use for maternal and child
             208      nutrition program.
             209          (1) (a) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             210      "Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Supplemental Food Program Fund."
             211          (b) As used in this section, "fund" means the fund created in this Subsection (1).
             212          (2) All grant money of $450,000 received by the Division of Community and Family
             213      Health Services created in Title 26, Chapter 10, from infant formula companies, for the


             214      purpose of promoting the health of women, infants, and children by assuring they have
             215      opportunities for access to good nutrition, shall be deposited in this fund.
             216          (3) Money in the fund may be used only:
             217          (a) for the department's special supplemental food program for women, infants, and
             218      children; and
             219          (b) upon joint agreement of the department and the State WIC Advisory Council
             220      established by the department.
             221          (4) The fund shall be incorporated into the department WIC plan.
             222          Section 9. Section 26-18b-101 is amended to read:
             223           26-18b-101. Organ Donation Contribution Fund created.
             224          (1) (a) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             225      Organ Donation Contribution Fund.
             226          (b) The Organ Donation Contribution Fund shall consist of:
             227          (i) private contributions;
             228          (ii) donations or grants from public or private entities;
             229          (iii) voluntary donations collected under Sections 41-1a-230.5 and 53-3-214.7 ; and
             230          (iv) interest and earnings on fund money.
             231          (c) The cost of administering the Organ Donation Contribution Fund shall be paid from
             232      money in the fund.
             233          (2) The Department of Health shall:
             234          (a) administer the funds deposited in the Organ Donation Contribution Fund;
             235          (b) select qualified organizations and distribute the funds in the Organ Donation
             236      Contribution Fund in accordance with Subsection (3); and
             237          (c) make an annual report on the fund to the Social Services Appropriations
             238      Subcommittee.
             239          (3) (a) The funds in the Organ Donation Contribution Fund may be distributed to a
             240      selected organization that:
             241          (i) promotes and supports organ donation;
             242          (ii) assists in maintaining and operating a statewide organ donation registry; and
             243          (iii) provides donor awareness education.
             244          (b) An organization that meets the criteria of Subsections (3)(a)(i) through (iii) may


             245      apply to the Department of Health, in a manner prescribed by the department, to receive a
             246      portion of the money contained in the Organ Donation Contribution Fund.
             247          Section 10. Section 26-36a-202 is amended to read:
             248           26-36a-202. Assessment, collection, and payment of hospital provider assessment.
             249          (1) A uniform, broad based, assessment is imposed on each hospital as defined in
             250      Subsection 26-36a-103 (4)(a):
             251          (a) in the amount designated in Section 26-36a-203 ; and
             252          (b) in accordance with Section 26-36a-204 , beginning when the division has obtained
             253      approval from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services and provided notice of the
             254      assessment to the hospital.
             255          (2) (a) The assessment imposed by this chapter is due and payable on a quarterly basis
             256      in accordance with Section 26-36a-204 .
             257          (b) The collecting agent for this assessment is the department which is vested with the
             258      administration and enforcement of this chapter, including the right to adopt administrative rules
             259      in accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act, necessary to:
             260          (i) implement and enforce the provisions of this act; and
             261          (ii) audit records of a facility:
             262          (A) that is subject to the assessment imposed by this chapter; and
             263          (B) does not file a Medicare cost report.
             264          (c) The department shall forward proceeds from the assessment imposed by this
             265      chapter to the state treasurer for deposit in the [restricted] expendable special revenue fund as
             266      specified in Section 26-36a-207 .
             267          (3) The department may, by rule, extend the time for paying the assessment.
             268          Section 11. Section 26-36a-207 is amended to read:
             269           26-36a-207. Hospital Provider Assessment Expendable Revenue Fund -- Creation
             270      -- Deposits.
             271          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             272      "Hospital Provider Assessment [Special] Expendable Revenue Fund."
             273          (2) The fund shall consist of:
             274          (a) the assessments collected by the department under this chapter;
             275          (b) any interest and penalties levied with the administration of this chapter; and


             276          (c) any other funds received as donations for the [restricted] fund and appropriations
             277      from other sources.
             278          (3) Money in the fund shall be used:
             279          (a) to make inpatient hospital access payments under Section 26-36a-205 ; and
             280          (b) to reimburse money collected by the division from a hospital through a mistake
             281      made under this chapter.
             282          Section 12. Section 26-50-201 is amended to read:
             283           26-50-201. Traumatic Brain Injury Fund.
             284          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund entitled the
             285      Traumatic Brain Injury Fund.
             286          (2) The fund shall consist of:
             287          (a) gifts, grants, donations, or any other conveyance of money that may be made to the
             288      fund from private sources; and
             289          (b) additional amounts as appropriated by the Legislature.
             290          (3) The fund shall be administered by the executive director.
             291          (4) Fund money may be used to:
             292          (a) educate the general public and professionals regarding understanding, treatment,
             293      and prevention of traumatic brain injury;
             294          (b) provide access to evaluations and coordinate short-term care to assist an individual
             295      in identifying services or support needs, resources, and benefits for which the individual may
             296      be eligible;
             297          (c) develop and support an information and referral system for persons with a traumatic
             298      brain injury and their families; and
             299          (d) provide grants to persons or organizations to provide the services described in
             300      Subsections (4)(a), (b), and (c).
             301          (5) Not less that 50% of the fund shall be used each fiscal year to directly assist
             302      individuals who meet the qualifications described in Subsection (6).
             303          (6) An individual who receives services either paid for from the fund, or through an
             304      organization under contract with the fund, shall:
             305          (a) be a resident of Utah;
             306          (b) have been diagnosed by a qualified professional as having a traumatic brain injury


             307      which results in impairment of cognitive or physical function; and
             308          (c) have a need that can be met within the requirements of this chapter.
             309          (7) The fund may not duplicate any services or support mechanisms being provided to
             310      an individual by any other government or private agency.
             311          (8) All actual and necessary operating expenses for the committee and staff shall be
             312      paid by the fund.
             313          (9) The fund may not be used for medical treatment, long-term care, or acute care.
             314          Section 13. Section 26-54-102 is amended to read:
             315           26-54-102. Creation -- Traumatic Spinal Cord and Brain Injury Rehabilitation
             316      Fund.
             317          (1) Because the state finds that persons with traumatic spinal cord and brain injuries
             318      require intensive, focused, and specific rehabilitation there is created [a restricted] an
             319      expendable special revenue fund entitled the Traumatic Spinal Cord and Brain Injury
             320      Rehabilitation Fund.
             321          (2) The fund shall consist of:
             322          (a) gifts, grants, donations, or any other conveyance of money that may be made to the
             323      fund from private sources;
             324          (b) a portion of the impound fee as designated in Section 41-6a-1406 ; and
             325          (c) amounts as appropriated by the Legislature.
             326          (3) The fund shall be administered by the executive director of the Department of
             327      Health in consultation with the advisory committee created in Section 26-54-103 .
             328          (4) A "qualified IRC 501(c)(3) charitable clinic" means a professional medical clinic
             329      that:
             330          (a) provides services for people in this state with traumatic spinal cord and brain
             331      injuries who require post-acute-care;
             332          (b) employs licensed therapy clinicians; and
             333          (c) has no less than five years experience operating a post-acute-care rehabilitation
             334      clinic in the state.
             335          (5) Fund money shall be used to assist qualified IRC 501(c)(3) charitable clinics to
             336      provide:
             337          (a) physical, occupational, and speech therapy; and


             338          (b) equipment necessary for daily living activities for people with spinal cord and brain
             339      injuries.
             340          (6) All actual and necessary operating expenses for the advisory committee and staff
             341      shall be paid by the fund.
             342          Section 14. Section 31A-41-201 is amended to read:
             343           31A-41-201. Creation of Title Insurance Recovery, Education, and Research
             344      Fund.
             345          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund to be known as
             346      the "Title Insurance Recovery, Education, and Research Fund."
             347          (2) The fund shall consist of:
             348          (a) assessments on title insurance producers made under this chapter;
             349          (b) amounts collected under Section 31A-41-305 ; and
             350          (c) interest earned on the fund.
             351          (3) Interest on fund money shall be deposited into the fund.
             352          (4) The department shall administer the fund.
             353          Section 15. Section 32B-2-305 is amended to read:
             354           32B-2-305. Alcoholic Beverage Control Act Enforcement Fund.
             355          (1) As used in this section:
             356          (a) "Alcohol-related law enforcement officer" is as defined in Section 32B-1-201 .
             357          (b) "Enforcement ratio" is as defined in Section 32B-1-201 .
             358          (c) "Fund" means the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act Enforcement Fund created in
             359      this section.
             360          (2) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             361      "Alcoholic Beverage Control Act Enforcement Fund."
             362          (3) (a) The fund consists of:
             363          (i) deposits made under Subsection (4); and
             364          (ii) interest earned on the fund.
             365          (b) The fund shall earn interest. Interest on the fund shall be deposited into the fund.
             366          (4) After the deposit made under Section 32B-2-304 for the school lunch program, the
             367      department shall deposit 1% of the total gross revenue from the sale of liquor with the state
             368      treasurer to be credited to the fund to be used by the Department of Public Safety as provided


             369      in Subsection (5).
             370          (5) (a) The Department of Public Safety shall expend money from the fund to
             371      supplement appropriations by the Legislature so that the Department of Public Safety maintains
             372      a sufficient number of alcohol-related law enforcement officers such that beginning on July 1,
             373      2012, each year the enforcement ratio as of July 1 is equal to or less than the number specified
             374      in Section 32B-1-201 .
             375          (b) Beginning July 1, 2012, four alcohol-related law enforcement officers shall have as
             376      a primary focus the enforcement of this title in relationship to restaurants.
             377          Section 16. Section 35A-3-116 is amended to read:
             378           35A-3-116. Refugee Services Fund -- Use of money -- Committee and director
             379      duties -- Restrictions.
             380          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund, known as the
             381      "Refugee Services Fund," hereafter referred to in this section as "the fund."
             382          (2) The director or the director's designee, hereafter referred to in this section as the
             383      director, shall administer the fund with input from the Housing and Community Development
             384      Division, including any advisory committees within the Housing and Community Development
             385      Division that deal with refugee services issues.
             386          (3) (a) Money shall be deposited into the fund from numerous sources, including
             387      federal grants, private foundations, and individual donors.
             388          (b) The director shall encourage a refugee who receives services from activities funded
             389      under Subsection (8) to become a donor to the fund once the refugee's financial situation
             390      improves to the point where the refugee is capable of making a donation.
             391          (4) The director may not expend money in the fund that is not restricted to a specific
             392      use under federal law or by donors without input from the Housing and Community
             393      Development Division, either directly or through an advisory committee identified in
             394      Subsection (2).
             395          (5) The state treasurer shall invest the money in the fund under Title 51, Chapter 7,
             396      State Money Management Act, and all interest or other earnings derived from the fund money
             397      shall be deposited in the fund.
             398          (6) The money in the fund may not be used by the director for administrative expenses.
             399          (7) If the Housing and Community Development Division establishes a refugee


             400      services advisory committee referred to in Subsection (2), that committee may:
             401          (a) advise the director on refugee services needs in the state and on relevant operational
             402      aspects of any grant or revenue collection program established under this part;
             403          (b) recommend specific refugee projects to the director;
             404          (c) recommend policies and procedures for administering the fund;
             405          (d) make recommendations on grants made from the fund for any of the refugee
             406      services activities authorized under this section;
             407          (e) advise the director on the criteria by which grants shall be made from the fund;
             408          (f) recommend the order in which approved projects would be funded;
             409          (g) make recommendations regarding the distribution of money from the fund in
             410      accordance with the procedures, conditions, and restrictions placed upon money in the fund by
             411      donors; and
             412          (h) have joint responsibility to solicit public and private funding for the fund.
             413          (8) The director may use fund money to:
             414          (a) train an existing refugee organization to develop its capacity to operate
             415      professionally and effectively and to become an independent, viable organization; or
             416          (b) provide grants to an existing refugee organization and other entities identified in
             417      Subsection (9) to assist them:
             418          (i) with case management;
             419          (ii) in meeting emergency housing needs for refugees;
             420          (iii) in providing English language services;
             421          (iv) in providing interpretive services;
             422          (v) in finding and maintaining employment for refugees;
             423          (vi) in collaborating with the state's public education system to improve the
             424      involvement of refugee parents in assimilating their children into public schools;
             425          (vii) in meeting the health and mental health needs of refugees;
             426          (viii) in providing or arranging for child care services; or
             427          (ix) in administering refugee services.
             428          (9) In addition to Subsection (8), the director with advice from the Housing and
             429      Community Development Division or its refugee services advisory committee, if one is
             430      created, may grant fund money for refugee services outlined in Subsection (8) through a


             431      request for proposal process to:
             432          (a) local governments;
             433          (b) nonprofit community, charitable, or neighborhood-based organizations or private
             434      for profit organizations that deal solely or in part with providing or arranging for the provision
             435      of refugee services; or
             436          (c) regional or statewide nonprofit organizations.
             437          (10) The director shall enter into a written agreement with each successful grant
             438      applicant that has specific terms for each grant consistent with the provisions of this section
             439      that includes the structure, amount, and nature of the grant.
             440          (11) The director shall monitor the activities of the recipients of grants issued from the
             441      fund on an annual basis to ensure compliance with the terms and conditions imposed on the
             442      recipient by the fund.
             443          (12) An entity receiving a grant shall provide the director with periodic accounting of
             444      how the money it received from the fund was spent.
             445          (13) The director shall submit an annual written report to the Economic Development
             446      and Workforce Services Interim Committee before November 1 regarding the status of the fund
             447      and the programs and services funded by the fund.
             448          Section 17. Section 35A-3-206 is amended to read:
             449           35A-3-206. Child Care Fund -- Use of money -- Committee and director duties --
             450      Restrictions.
             451          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             452      "Child Care Fund."
             453          (2) The director of the office shall administer the fund under the direction of the
             454      committee.
             455          (3) (a) The office may form nonprofit corporations or foundations controlled by the
             456      director of the office and the committee to aid and assist the office in attaining its charitable,
             457      research, and educational objectives.
             458          (b) The nonprofit corporations or foundations may receive and administer Legislative
             459      appropriations, government grants, contracts, and private gifts to carry out their public
             460      purposes.
             461          (c) Money collected by the nonprofit corporation or foundation may be deposited in the


             462      Child Care Fund.
             463          (d) A nonprofit foundation controlled by the director of the office and the committee
             464      shall submit to the Division of Finance, within 60 days after the close of the foundation's fiscal
             465      year, a financial report summarizing the foundation's financial position and results of
             466      operations of the most recent fiscal year.
             467          (4) (a) There shall be deposited into the fund money from numerous sources, including,
             468      grants, private foundations, and individual donors.
             469          (b) The fund shall be used to accept money designated for child care initiatives
             470      improving the quality, affordability, or accessibility of child care.
             471          (5) The money in the fund that is not restricted to a specific use under federal law or by
             472      donors may not be expended without approval of the committee.
             473          (6) The state treasurer shall invest the money in the fund under Title 51, Chapter 7,
             474      State Money Management Act, except that all interest or other earnings derived from the fund
             475      money shall be deposited in the fund.
             476          (7) The money in the fund may not be used for administrative expenses of the office
             477      normally provided for by legislative appropriation.
             478          (8) The committee shall:
             479          (a) advise the director of the office on child care needs in the state and on relevant
             480      operational aspects of any grant, loan, or revenue collection program established under this
             481      part;
             482          (b) recommend specific child care projects to the director of the office;
             483          (c) recommend policy and procedures for administering the fund;
             484          (d) make recommendations on grants, loans, or contracts from the fund for any of the
             485      child care activities authorized under this part;
             486          (e) establish the criteria by which loans and grants will be made;
             487          (f) determine the order in which approved child care projects will be funded;
             488          (g) make recommendations regarding the distribution of money from the fund in
             489      accordance with the procedures, conditions, and restrictions placed upon the money by the
             490      donors; and
             491          (h) have joint responsibility with the office to solicit public and private funding for the
             492      fund.


             493          (9) Fund money shall be used for any of the following activities:
             494          (a) training of child care providers;
             495          (b) scholarships and grants for child care providers' professional development;
             496          (c) child care public awareness and consumer education services;
             497          (d) child care provider recruitment;
             498          (e) Office of Child Care sponsored activities;
             499          (f) matching money for obtaining grants; or
             500          (g) other activities that will assist in the improvement of child care quality,
             501      affordability, or accessibility.
             502          (10) The director of the office, with the consent of the committee and the executive
             503      director, may grant, lend, or contract fund money for child care purposes to:
             504          (a) local governments;
             505          (b) nonprofit community, charitable, or neighborhood-based organizations;
             506          (c) regional or statewide nonprofit organizations; or
             507          (d) child care providers.
             508          (11) Preference may be given but awards may not be limited to applicants for fund
             509      money that demonstrate any of the following:
             510          (a) programmatic or financial need;
             511          (b) diversity of clientele or geographic location; and
             512          (c) coordination with or enhancement of existing services.
             513          (12) The executive director or the executive director's designee shall monitor the
             514      activities of the recipients of grants, loans, or contracts issued from the fund on an annual basis
             515      to ensure compliance with the terms and conditions imposed on the recipient by the fund.
             516          (13) The entities receiving grants, loans, or contracts shall provide the director of the
             517      office with an annual accounting of how the money they received from the fund has been spent.
             518          (14) (a) The director of the office shall make an annual report to the committee
             519      regarding the status of the fund and the programs and services funded by the fund.
             520          (b) The report shall be included as a component of the report to the Legislature
             521      required under Subsection 35A-3-203 (11).
             522          Section 18. Section 35A-8-727 is amended to read:
             523           35A-8-727. New housing grants -- Reimbursement from Housing Relief


             524      Expendable Special Revenue Fund.
             525          (1) Subject to the availability of funds in the Housing Relief [Restricted] Expendable
             526      Special Revenue Fund created in Section 67-4-18 , the corporation shall approve on behalf of
             527      the state a grant of $6,000 to a person who:
             528          (a) purchases a newly constructed, never-occupied residence in Utah using a 30-year
             529      fixed interest rate note and mortgage; and
             530          (b) meets the requirements established in Subsections (2) and (3).
             531          (2) A person may not receive a grant under this section if the person's income, as
             532      determined by the corporation, exceeds:
             533          (a) $75,000 for a single person; or
             534          (b) $150,000 for a married couple.
             535          (3) The corporation shall establish procedures for determining a person's eligibility for
             536      a grant under this section, including establishing a limit on the time that money for a grant may
             537      remain in escrow, which may not exceed 90 days.
             538          Section 19. Section 35A-8-1009 is amended to read:
             539           35A-8-1009. Qualified Emergency Food Agencies Fund -- Expenditure of
             540      revenues.
             541          (1) As used in this section:
             542          (a) "Association of governments" means the following created under the authority of
             543      Title 11, Chapter 13, Interlocal Cooperation Act:
             544          (i) an association of governments; or
             545          (ii) a regional council that acts as an association of governments.
             546          (b) "Food and food ingredients" is as defined in Section 59-12-102 .
             547          (c) "Pounds of food donated" means the aggregate number of pounds of food and food
             548      ingredients that are donated:
             549          (i) to a qualified emergency food agency; and
             550          (ii) by a person, other than an organization that as part of its activities operates a
             551      program that has as the program's primary purpose to:
             552          (A) warehouse and distribute food to other agencies and organizations providing food
             553      and food ingredients to low-income persons; or
             554          (B) provide food and food ingredients directly to low-income persons.


             555          (d) "Qualified emergency food agency" means an organization that:
             556          (i) is:
             557          (A) exempt from federal income taxation under Section 501(c)(3), Internal Revenue
             558      Code;
             559          (B) an association of governments; or
             560          (C) a food pantry operated by a municipality located within the state;
             561          (ii) as part of its activities operates a program that has as the program's primary purpose
             562      to:
             563          (A) warehouse and distribute food to other agencies and organizations providing food
             564      and food ingredients to low-income persons; or
             565          (B) provide food and food ingredients directly to low-income persons; and
             566          (iii) the office determines to be a qualified emergency food agency.
             567          (2) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             568      Qualified Emergency Food Agencies Fund.
             569          (3) (a) The Qualified Emergency Food Agencies Fund shall be funded by the sales and
             570      use tax revenues described in:
             571          (i) Section 59-12-103 ;
             572          (ii) Section 59-12-204 ; and
             573          (iii) Section 59-12-1102 .
             574          (b) Any interest earned on the Qualified Emergency Food Agencies Fund shall be
             575      deposited into the General Fund.
             576          (4) The office shall for a fiscal year distribute money deposited into the Qualified
             577      Emergency Food Agencies Fund to qualified emergency food agencies within the state as
             578      provided in this section.
             579          (5) A qualified emergency food agency shall file an application with the office before
             580      the qualified emergency food agency may receive a distribution under this section.
             581          (6) Except as provided in Subsection (7), the office shall for a fiscal year distribute to a
             582      qualified emergency food agency an amount equal to the product of:
             583          (a) the pounds of food donated to the qualified emergency food agency during that
             584      fiscal year; and
             585          (b) 12 cents.


             586          (7) If the money deposited into the Qualified Emergency Food Agencies Fund is
             587      insufficient to make the distributions required by Subsection (6), the office shall make
             588      distributions to qualified emergency food agencies in the order that the office receives
             589      applications from the qualified emergency food agencies until all of the money deposited into
             590      the Qualified Emergency Food Agencies Fund for the fiscal year is expended.
             591          (8) A qualified emergency food agency may expend a distribution received in
             592      accordance with this section only for a purpose related to:
             593          (a) warehousing and distributing food and food ingredients to other agencies and
             594      organizations providing food and food ingredients to low-income persons; or
             595          (b) providing food and food ingredients directly to low-income persons.
             596          (9) In accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act, the
             597      Housing and Community Development Division may make rules providing procedures for
             598      implementing the distributions required by this section, including:
             599          (a) standards for determining and verifying the amount of a distribution that a qualified
             600      emergency food agency may receive;
             601          (b) procedures for a qualified emergency food agency to apply for a distribution,
             602      including the frequency with which a qualified emergency food agency may apply for a
             603      distribution; and
             604          (c) consistent with Subsection (1)(d), determining whether an entity is a qualified
             605      emergency food agency.
             606          Section 20. Section 35A-8-1301 is amended to read:
             607           35A-8-1301. Creation and administration.
             608          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             609      "Intermountain Weatherization Training Fund."
             610          (2) The Intermountain Weatherization Training Fund shall consist of:
             611          (a) private contributions;
             612          (b) donations or grants from public or private entities;
             613          (c) fees;
             614          (d) any money appropriated by the Legislature; and
             615          (e) interest and earnings on fund money.
             616          (3) The division shall authorize the expenditure of fund money to the Weatherization


             617      Training Center for the administration, operation, maintenance, and support of the center
             618      subject to:
             619          (a) money available in the fund; and
             620          (b) rules established under Subsection (5).
             621          (4) Administrative costs of the Intermountain Weatherization Fund shall be paid from
             622      the fund.
             623          (5) The division shall:
             624          (a) administer the money deposited in the Intermountain Weatherization Training
             625      Fund;
             626          (b) distribute the money in the Intermountain Weatherization Training Fund in
             627      accordance with Subsection (5)(c); and
             628          (c) make rules in accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative
             629      Rulemaking Act, establishing:
             630          (i) the procedures for awarding fund money; and
             631          (ii) the procedure for the Weatherization Training Center to apply for money from the
             632      Intermountain Weatherization Training Fund.
             633          Section 21. Section 35A-8-1602 is amended to read:
             634           35A-8-1602. Legislative intent -- Uintah Basin Revitalization Fund -- Deposits
             635      and contents.
             636          (1) In order to maximize the long-term benefit of severance taxes derived from lands
             637      held in trust by the United States for the Tribe and its members by fostering funding
             638      mechanisms that will, consistent with sound financial practices, result in the greatest use of
             639      financial resources for the greatest number of citizens of the Uintah Basin, and in order to
             640      promote cooperation and coordination between the state, its political subdivisions, Indian
             641      tribes, and individuals, firms, and business organizations engaged in the development of oil and
             642      gas interests held in trust for the Tribe and its members, there is created [a restricted] an
             643      expendable special revenue fund entitled the "Uintah Basin Revitalization Fund."
             644          (2) The fund consists of all money deposited to the Revitalization Fund under this part
             645      and Section 59-5-116 .
             646          (3) (a) The Revitalization Fund shall earn interest.
             647          (b) All interest earned on fund money shall be deposited into the fund.


             648          Section 22. Section 35A-8-1704 is amended to read:
             649           35A-8-1704. Navajo Revitalization Fund.
             650          (1) (a) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund called the
             651      "Navajo Revitalization Fund."
             652          (b) The revitalization fund shall consist of:
             653          (i) money deposited to the revitalization fund under this chapter;
             654          (ii) money deposited to the revitalization fund under Section 59-5-119 ; and
             655          (iii) any loan repayment or interest on a loan issued under this chapter.
             656          (2) (a) The revitalization fund shall earn interest.
             657          (b) The interest earned on revitalization fund money shall be deposited into the fund.
             658          (3) Beginning for fiscal year 2010-11, the division may use revitalization fund money
             659      for the administration of the revitalization fund, but this amount may not exceed 4% of the
             660      annual receipts to the revitalization fund.
             661          Section 23. Section 38-11-201 is amended to read:
             662           38-11-201. Residence Lien Recovery Fund.
             663          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund called the
             664      "Residence Lien Recovery Fund."
             665          (2) (a) The fund consists of all amounts collected by the division in accordance with
             666      Section 38-11-202 .
             667          (b) (i) The division shall deposit the funds in an account with the state treasurer.
             668          (ii) The division shall record the funds in the Residence Lien Recovery Fund.
             669          (c) The fund shall earn interest.
             670          (3) The division shall employ personnel and resources necessary to administer the fund
             671      and shall use fund money in accordance with Sections 38-11-203 and 38-11-204 and to pay the
             672      costs charged to the fund by the attorney general.
             673          (4) Costs incurred by the division for administering the fund shall be paid out of fund
             674      money.
             675          (5) The Division of Finance shall report annually to the Legislature, the division, and
             676      the board. The report shall state:
             677          (a) amounts received by the fund;
             678          (b) disbursements from the fund;


             679          (c) interest earned and credited to the fund; and
             680          (d) the fund balance.
             681          (6) (a) For purposes of establishing and assessing fees under Section 63J-1-504 , the
             682      provisions of this chapter are considered a new program for fiscal year 1995-96.
             683          (b) The department shall submit its fee schedule to the Legislature for its approval at
             684      the 1996 Annual General Session.
             685          Section 24. Section 40-10-25.1 is amended to read:
             686           40-10-25.1. Abandoned Mine Reclamation Fund created -- Contents -- Use of
             687      money.
             688          (1) (a) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             689      "Abandoned Mine Reclamation Fund."
             690          (b) (i) The fund shall consist of the money specified in Subsections (2) and (3).
             691          (ii) The money of Subsection (2) shall be segregated from the money of Subsection (3).
             692          (2) (a) Money received by the state from the following sources shall be deposited into
             693      the Abandoned Mine Reclamation Fund:
             694          (i) recovered liens filed against privately owned land as provided by Section 40-10-28 ;
             695          (ii) fees for the use of reclaimed lands as provided by Section 40-10-28 ;
             696          (iii) fines collected for violations of this chapter or any rule or order issued under this
             697      chapter;
             698          (iv) donations designated for reclamation of abandoned mines; and
             699          (v) interest credited to the fund pursuant to Subsection (2)(b).
             700          (b) Money received under Subsection (2)(a) shall be invested by the state treasurer and
             701      the income earned shall be credited to the Abandoned Mine Reclamation Fund, except interest
             702      income earned over $19,000 per year shall be credited to the General Fund.
             703          (c) The division may at any time expend money deposited into the fund under
             704      Subsection (2)(a) to accomplish the purposes of the abandoned mine reclamation program.
             705          (3) (a) (i) Money received by the state from the secretary of the United States
             706      Department of Interior, which is granted as special state set-aside money in accordance with 30
             707      U.S.C. Sec. 1232 et seq. shall be deposited in the Abandoned Mine Reclamation Fund.
             708          (ii) Money deposited into the fund under Subsection (3)(a)(i) shall be invested by the
             709      state treasurer and the income earned shall be credited to the Abandoned Mine Reclamation


             710      Fund.
             711          (b) After August 3, 1992, the division shall use the money deposited into the
             712      Abandoned Mine Reclamation Fund under this Subsection (3) to accomplish the purposes set
             713      forth in Sections 40-10-25 through 40-10-28.1 .
             714          (c) Except as provided in Subsection (3)(d), the money deposited into the Abandoned
             715      Mine Reclamation Fund under this Subsection (3) shall be made available to the division
             716      through legislative appropriations.
             717          (d) The director of the division with the concurrence of the board may at any time
             718      expend money deposited into the Abandoned Mine Reclamation Fund under Subsection (3)(a)
             719      for any emergency requiring immediate reclamation.
             720          Section 25. Section 51-5-4 is amended to read:
             721           51-5-4. Funds established -- Titles of funds -- Fund functions.
             722          (1) (a) (i) The funds enumerated in this section are established as major fund types.
             723          (ii) All resources and financial transactions of Utah state government shall be
             724      accounted for within one of these major fund types.
             725          (b) (i) All funds or subfunds shall be consolidated into one of the state's major fund
             726      types.
             727          (ii) Where a specific statute requires that a [restricted] fund or account be established,
             728      that fund or account shall be accounted for as an individual fund, subfund, or account within
             729      the major fund type to meet generally accepted accounting principles.
             730          (iii) Existing and new activities of state government authorized by the Legislature shall
             731      be accounted for within the framework of the major fund types established in this section.
             732          (c) The Division of Finance shall determine the accounting classification that complies
             733      with generally accepted accounting principles for all funds, subfunds, or accounts created by
             734      the Legislature.
             735          (d) (i) Major fund types shall be added by amending this chapter.
             736          (ii) Whenever a new act creates or establishes a fund, subfund, or account without
             737      amending this chapter, the reference to a fund, subfund, or account in the new act shall be
             738      classified within one of the major fund types established by this section.
             739          (2) Major Fund Type Titles:
             740          (a) General Fund;


             741          (b) Special Revenue Funds;
             742          (c) Capital Projects Funds;
             743          (d) Debt Service Funds;
             744          (e) Permanent Funds;
             745          (f) Enterprise Funds;
             746          (g) Internal Service Funds;
             747          (h) Trust and Agency Funds; and
             748          (i) Discrete Component Unit Funds.
             749          (3) The General Fund shall receive all revenues and account for all expenditures not
             750      otherwise provided for by law in any other fund.
             751          (4) Special Revenue Funds are used to account for and report proceeds of specific
             752      revenue sources[, other than permanent funds, trust and agency funds, or major capital projects,
             753      that are legally restricted to expenditures] that are restricted or committed to be expended for a
             754      [specific] specified purpose.
             755          (a) The Education Fund is a Special Revenue Fund that:
             756          (i) receives all revenues from taxes on intangible property or from a tax on income; and
             757          (ii) is designated for public and higher education.
             758          [(b) The Transportation Investment Fund of 2005 is a Special Revenue Fund that
             759      accounts for revenues that are required by law to be expended for the maintenance,
             760      construction, reconstruction, or renovation of certain state and federal highways.]
             761          [(c)] (b) The Transportation Fund is a Special Revenue Fund that accounts for all
             762      revenues that are required by law to be expended for highway purposes.
             763          [(d)] (c) (i) [A Restricted] An Expendable Special Revenue Fund is a Special Revenue
             764      Fund created by legislation or contractual relationship with parties external to the state that:
             765          (A) identifies specific revenues collected from fees, taxes, dedicated credits, donations,
             766      federal funds, or other sources;
             767          (B) defines the use of the money in the fund for a specific function of government or
             768      program within an agency; and
             769          (C) delegates spending authority or authorization to use the fund's assets to a governing
             770      board, administrative department, or other officials as defined in the enabling legislation or
             771      contract establishing the fund.


             772          (ii) [A Restricted] An Expendable Special Revenue Fund may only be created by
             773      contractual relationship with external parties when the sources of revenue for the fund are
             774      donated revenues or federal revenues.
             775          (iii) [Restricted] Expendable Special Revenue Funds are subject to annual legislative
             776      review by the appropriate legislative appropriations subcommittee.
             777          (5) (a) Capital Projects Funds account for financial resources to be expended for the
             778      acquisition or construction of [major] capital [facilities, except that when financing for]
             779      outlays, including the acquisition or construction of a [major] capital facility [is obtained from
             780      a trust fund or a proprietary type fund within one of the major fund types, the money shall be
             781      accounted for in those accounts] and other capital assets. Capital Projects Funds exclude those
             782      types of capital-related outflows financed by proprietary funds or for assets that will be held in
             783      trust for individuals, private organizations, or other governments.
             784          (b) The Transportation Investment Fund of 2005 is a Capital Projects Fund that
             785      accounts for revenues that are required by law to be expended for the maintenance,
             786      construction, reconstruction, or renovation of certain state and federal highways.
             787          (6) Debt Service Funds account for the accumulation of resources for, and the payment
             788      of, the principal and interest on general long-term obligations.
             789          (7) Permanent Funds account for assets that are legally restricted to the extent that only
             790      earnings, and not principal, may be used for a specific purpose.
             791          (8) Enterprise Funds are designated to account for the following:
             792          (a) operations, financed and operated in a manner similar to private business
             793      enterprises, where the Legislature intends that the costs of providing goods or services to the
             794      public are financed or recovered primarily through user charges;
             795          (b) operations where the Legislature requires periodic determination of revenues
             796      earned, expenses incurred, and net income;
             797          (c) operations for which a fee is charged to external users for goods or services; or
             798          (d) operations that are financed with debt that is secured solely by a pledge of the net
             799      revenues from fees and charges of the operations.
             800          (9) Internal Service Funds account for the financing of goods or services provided by
             801      one department, division, or agency to other departments, divisions, or agencies of the state, or
             802      to other governmental units, on a cost-reimbursement basis.


             803          (10) (a) Trust and Agency Funds account for assets held by the state as trustee or agent
             804      for individuals, private organizations, or other governmental units.
             805          (b) Pension Trust Funds, Investment Trust Funds, Private-Purpose Trust Funds, and
             806      Agency Funds are Trust and Agency Funds.
             807          (11) Discrete Component Unit Funds account for the financial resources used to
             808      operate the state's colleges and universities and other discrete component units.
             809          Section 26. Section 51-5-7 is amended to read:
             810           51-5-7. Expending plans and administrative expenses provided by legislative
             811      appropriation and included in governor's budget.
             812          (1) (a) Except as provided in Subsection (1)(b), the revenues and other resources of the
             813      governmental funds are subject to legislative review and appropriation for each fiscal period.
             814          (b) [Restricted] Expendable Special Revenue Funds are subject to legislative review
             815      for each fiscal period.
             816          (2) Notwithstanding the source of the revenues and the restrictions imposed upon the
             817      expenditure of the revenues, the planned expenditures for the governmental funds, except
             818      [Restricted] Expendable Special Revenue Funds, shall be incorporated into the governor's
             819      budget and submitted to the Legislature according to Section 63J-1-201 .
             820          (3) Expenses required in the administrative activities of the [Restricted] Expendable
             821      Special Revenue Funds, the Enterprise Funds, the Internal Service Funds, and the Trust and
             822      Agency Funds are subject to legislative review each year.
             823          (a) Pro forma financial statements, including balance sheets, revenue and expenditure
             824      statements, statements of changes in financial position, and other statements that may be
             825      required for these funds shall be included in the governor's budget as information items and
             826      submitted to the Legislature according to Section 63J-1-201 .
             827          (b) If the operating results of any of these funds demonstrate that an appropriation is
             828      needed from any other fund or subfund, that appropriation shall be included in the governor's
             829      budget as a budget request.
             830          Section 27. Section 51-9-404 is amended to read:
             831           51-9-404. Crime Victims Reparations Fund -- Public Safety Support Account --
             832      Distribution of surcharge amounts.
             833          (1) In this section:


             834          (a) "Reparation fund" means the Crime Victim Reparations Fund.
             835          (b) "Safety account" means the Public Safety Support Account.
             836          (2) (a) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             837      "Crime Victim Reparations Fund" to be administered and distributed as provided in this part by
             838      the Utah Office for Victims of Crime under Title 63M, Chapter 7, Part 5, Utah Office for
             839      Victims of Crime, in cooperation with the Division of Finance.
             840          (b) Money deposited in this fund is for victim reparations, criminal justice and
             841      substance abuse, other victim services, and, as appropriated, for administrative costs of the
             842      Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice under Title 63M, Chapter 7, Criminal Justice
             843      and Substance Abuse.
             844          (3) (a) There is created a restricted account in the General Fund known as the "Public
             845      Safety Support Account" to be administered and distributed by the Department of Public Safety
             846      in cooperation with the Division of Finance as provided in this part.
             847          (b) Money deposited in this account shall be appropriated to:
             848          (i) the Division of Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) as described in Title
             849      53, Chapter 6, Peace Officer Standards and Training Act; and
             850          (ii) the Office of the Attorney General for the support of the Utah Prosecution Council
             851      established in Title 67, Chapter 5a, and the fulfillment of the council's duties.
             852          (4) The Division of Finance shall allocate from the collected surcharge established in
             853      Section 51-9-401 :
             854          (a) 35% to the Crime Victim Reparations Fund;
             855          (b) 18.5% to the safety account for POST, but not to exceed the amount appropriated
             856      by the Legislature; and
             857          (c) 3% to the safety account for support of the Utah Prosecution Council, but not to
             858      exceed the amount appropriated by the Legislature.
             859          (5) (a) In addition to the funding provided by other sections of this part, a percentage of
             860      the income earned by inmates working for correctional industries in a federally certified private
             861      sector/prison industries enhancement program shall be deposited in the Crime Victim
             862      Reparations Fund.
             863          (b) The percentage of income deducted from inmate pay under Subsection (5)(a) shall
             864      be determined by the executive director of the Department of Corrections in accordance with


             865      the requirements of the private sector/prison industries enhancement program.
             866          (6) (a) In addition to other money collected from the surcharge, judges are encouraged
             867      to, and may in their discretion, impose additional reparations to be paid into the Crime Victim
             868      Reparations Fund by convicted criminals.
             869          (b) The additional discretionary reparations may not exceed the statutory maximum
             870      fine permitted by Title 76, Utah Criminal Code, for that offense.
             871          Section 28. Section 54-8b-15 is amended to read:
             872           54-8b-15. Universal Public Telecommunications Service Support Fund --
             873      Established.
             874          (1) For purposes of this section:
             875          (a) "Basic telephone service" means local exchange service and may include such other
             876      functions and elements, if any, as the commission determines to be eligible for support by the
             877      fund.
             878          (b) "Fund" means the Universal Public Telecommunications Service Support Fund
             879      established in this section.
             880          (2) The commission shall establish [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund
             881      known as the "Universal Public Telecommunications Service Support Fund," which is to be
             882      implemented by January 1, 1998.
             883          (3) The commission shall:
             884          (a) institute a proceeding within 30 days of the effective date of this section to establish
             885      rules governing the administration of the fund; and
             886          (b) issue those rules by October 1, 1997.
             887          (4) The rules in Subsection (3) shall be consistent with the Federal
             888      Telecommunications Act.
             889          (5) Operation of the fund shall be nondiscriminatory and competitively and
             890      technologically neutral in the collection and distribution of funds, neither providing a
             891      competitive advantage for, nor imposing a competitive disadvantage upon, any
             892      telecommunications provider operating in the state.
             893          (6) The fund shall be designed to:
             894          (a) promote equitable cost recovery of basic telephone service through the imposition
             895      of just and reasonable rates for telecommunications access and usage; and


             896          (b) preserve and promote universal service within the state by ensuring that customers
             897      have access to affordable basic telephone service.
             898          (7) To the extent not funded by a federal universal service fund or other federal
             899      jurisdictional revenues, the fund shall be used to defray the costs, as determined by the
             900      commission, of any qualifying telecommunications corporation in providing public
             901      telecommunications services to:
             902          (a) customers that qualify for a commission-approved lifeline program; and
             903          (b) customers, where the basic telephone service rate considered affordable by the
             904      commission in a particular geographic area is less than the costs, as determined by the
             905      commission for that geographic area, of basic telephone service.
             906          (8) The fund shall be portable among qualifying telecommunications corporations.
             907      Requirements to qualify for funds under this section shall be defined by rules established by the
             908      commission.
             909          (9) As necessary to accomplish the purposes of this section, the fund shall provide a
             910      mechanism for specific, predictable, and sufficient funds in addition to those provided under
             911      the federal universal service fund.
             912          (10) (a) Subject to Subsection (10)(b):
             913          (i) each telecommunications corporation that provides intrastate public
             914      telecommunication service shall contribute to the fund on an equitable and nondiscriminatory
             915      basis;
             916          (ii) for purposes of funding the fund, the commission shall have the authority to
             917      require all corporations that provide intrastate telecommunication services in this state to
             918      contribute money to the fund through explicit charges determined by the commission;
             919          (iii) any charge described in Subsection (10)(a)(ii) may not apply to wholesale services,
             920      including access and interconnection; and
             921          (iv) charges associated with being a provider of public telecommunications service
             922      shall be in the form of end-user surcharges applied to intrastate retail rates.
             923          (b) A telecommunications corporation that provides mobile telecommunications
             924      service shall contribute to the fund only to the extent permitted by the Mobile
             925      Telecommunications Sourcing Act, 4 U.S.C. Sec. 116 et seq.
             926          (11) Nothing in this section shall be construed to enlarge or reduce the commission's


             927      jurisdiction or authority, as provided in other provisions of this title.
             928          (12) Any telecommunications corporation failing to make contributions to this fund or
             929      failing to comply with the directives of the commission concerning its books, records, or other
             930      information required to administer this section shall be subject to applicable penalties.
             931          (13) The commission shall have a bill prepared for the 1998 General Session of the
             932      Legislature to place in statute as much of the regulation implemented by rule pursuant to the act
             933      the commission believes is practicable.
             934          Section 29. Section 58-3a-103 is amended to read:
             935           58-3a-103. Education and enforcement fund.
             936          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             937      "Architects Education and Enforcement Fund."
             938          (2) The fund consists of money from:
             939          (a) a surcharge fee placed on initial, renewal, and reinstatement licensure fees under
             940      this chapter in accordance with the following:
             941          (i) the surcharge fee shall be determined by the department in accordance with Section
             942      63J-1-504 ; and
             943          (ii) the surcharge fee shall not exceed 50% of the respective initial, renewal, or
             944      reinstatement licensure fee; and
             945          (b) administrative penalties collected pursuant to this chapter.
             946          (3) The fund shall earn interest and all interest earned on fund money shall be
             947      deposited into the fund.
             948          (4) The director may, with concurrence of the board, make distributions from the fund
             949      for the following purposes:
             950          (a) education and training of licensees under this chapter;
             951          (b) education and training of the public or other interested persons in matters
             952      concerning architectural laws and practices; and
             953          (c) enforcement of this chapter by:
             954          (i) investigating unprofessional or unlawful conduct; and
             955          (ii) providing legal representation to the division when the division takes legal action
             956      against a person engaging in unprofessional or unlawful conduct.
             957          (5) If the balance in the fund exceeds $100,000 at the close of any fiscal year, the


             958      excess shall be transferred to the General Fund.
             959          (6) The division shall report annually to the appropriate appropriations subcommittee
             960      of the Legislature concerning the fund.
             961          Section 30. Section 58-11a-103 is amended to read:
             962           58-11a-103. Education and enforcement fund.
             963          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             964      "Barber, Cosmetologist/Barber, Esthetician, Electrologist, and Nail Technician Education and
             965      Enforcement Fund."
             966          (2) The fund consists of money from administrative penalties collected pursuant to this
             967      chapter.
             968          (3) The fund shall earn interest and all interest earned on fund money shall be
             969      deposited into the fund.
             970          (4) The director may, with concurrence of the board, make distributions from the fund
             971      for the following purposes:
             972          (a) education and training of licensees under this chapter;
             973          (b) education and training of the public or other interested persons in matters
             974      concerning the laws governing the practices licensed under this chapter; and
             975          (c) enforcement of this chapter by:
             976          (i) investigating unprofessional or unlawful conduct; and
             977          (ii) providing legal representation to the division when the division takes legal action
             978      against a person engaging in unprofessional or unlawful conduct.
             979          (5) The division shall report annually to the appropriate appropriations subcommittee
             980      of the Legislature concerning the fund.
             981          Section 31. Section 58-22-103 is amended to read:
             982           58-22-103. Education and enforcement fund.
             983          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             984      "Professional Engineer, Professional Structural Engineer, and Professional Land Surveyor
             985      Education and Enforcement Fund."
             986          (2) The fund consists of money from:
             987          (a) a surcharge fee placed on initial, renewal, and reinstatement licensure fees under
             988      this chapter in accordance with the following:


             989          (i) the surcharge fee shall be established by the department in accordance with Section
             990      63J-1-504 ; and
             991          (ii) the surcharge fee shall not exceed 50% of the respective initial, renewal, or
             992      reinstatement licensure fee; and
             993          (b) administrative penalties collected pursuant to this chapter.
             994          (3) The fund shall earn interest and all interest earned on fund money shall be
             995      deposited into the fund.
             996          (4) The director may, with concurrence of the board, make distributions from the fund
             997      for the following purposes:
             998          (a) education and training of licensees under this chapter;
             999          (b) education and training of the public or other interested persons in matters
             1000      concerning engineering, structural engineering, and land surveying laws and practices; and
             1001          (c) enforcement of this chapter by:
             1002          (i) investigating unprofessional or unlawful conduct; and
             1003          (ii) providing legal representation to the division when the division takes legal action
             1004      against a person engaging in unprofessional or unlawful conduct.
             1005          (5) If the balance in the fund exceeds $100,000 at the close of any fiscal year, the
             1006      excess shall be transferred to the General Fund.
             1007          (6) The division shall report annually to the appropriate appropriations subcommittee
             1008      of the Legislature concerning the fund.
             1009          Section 32. Section 58-53-103 is amended to read:
             1010           58-53-103. Education and enforcement fund.
             1011          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             1012      "Landscape Architects Education and Enforcement Fund."
             1013          (2) The fund consists of money from:
             1014          (a) a surcharge placed on application fees for initial, renewal, and reinstatement
             1015      licensure under this chapter, in an amount established by the division with the collaboration of
             1016      the board in accordance with Section 63J-1-504 , not to exceed 50% of the respective fee; and
             1017          (b) administrative penalties collected pursuant to this chapter.
             1018          (3) The fund shall earn interest, and all interest earned on fund money shall be
             1019      deposited into the fund.


             1020          (4) The director may, with concurrence of the board, make distributions from the fund
             1021      for the following purposes:
             1022          (a) education and training of licensees under this chapter;
             1023          (b) education and training of the public or other interested persons in matters
             1024      concerning landscape architectural laws and practices; and
             1025          (c) enforcement of this chapter by:
             1026          (i) investigating unprofessional or unlawful conduct; and
             1027          (ii) providing legal representation to the division when the division takes legal action
             1028      against a person engaging in unprofessional or unlawful conduct.
             1029          (5) If the balance in the fund exceeds $100,000 at the close of any fiscal year, the
             1030      excess shall be transferred to the General Fund.
             1031          (6) The division shall report annually to the appropriate appropriations subcommittee
             1032      of the Legislature concerning the fund.
             1033          Section 33. Section 58-67a-1 is amended to read:
             1034           58-67a-1. Physicians Education Fund.
             1035          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             1036      "Physicians Education Fund" to receive and account for revenue and expenditures for making
             1037      education available to physicians and surgeons, osteopathic physicians and surgeons, and
             1038      naturopathic physicians, concerning the requirements of Title 58, Occupations and Professions,
             1039      division rules, and requirements under Title 58, Chapter 37, Utah Controlled Substances Act,
             1040      and division rules made under that chapter.
             1041          (2) Administrative penalties ordered and collected pursuant to this section shall be
             1042      deposited in the account.
             1043          (3) The fund shall earn interest and all interest earned on account money shall be
             1044      deposited into the account.
             1045          (4) The director, with the concurrence of the board, may make distributions from the
             1046      fund to make available education and training for physicians and surgeons, osteopathic
             1047      physicians and surgeons, and naturopathic physicians.
             1048          (5) If the balance in the fund exceeds $100,000 at the close of any fiscal year, the
             1049      excess shall be transferred to the General Fund.
             1050          (6) The division shall report on the fund annually to the appropriate appropriations


             1051      subcommittee of the Legislature.
             1052          Section 34. Section 59-27-105 is amended to read:
             1053           59-27-105. Sexually Explicit Business and Escort Service Fund -- Administrative
             1054      charge.
             1055          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund called the
             1056      "Sexually Explicit Business and Escort Service Fund."
             1057          (2) (a) Except as provided in Subsection (3), the fund consists of all amounts collected
             1058      by the commission under this chapter.
             1059          (b) (i) The money in the fund shall be invested by the state treasurer pursuant to Title
             1060      51, Chapter 7, State Money Management Act.
             1061          (ii) All interest or other earnings derived from the fund money shall be deposited in the
             1062      fund.
             1063          (3) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, the commission shall retain
             1064      and deposit an administrative charge in accordance with Section 59-1-306 from the revenues
             1065      the commission collects from a tax under this chapter.
             1066          (4) (a) Fund money shall be used as provided in this Subsection (4).
             1067          (b) The Department of Corrections shall use 60% of the money in the fund, in addition
             1068      to existing budgets, to provide treatment services to nonworking or indigent adults who:
             1069          (i) have been convicted of an offense under Title 76, Chapter 5, Part 4, Sexual
             1070      Offenses; and
             1071          (ii) are not currently confined or incarcerated in a jail or prison.
             1072          (c) The Adult Probation and Parole section of the Department of Corrections shall use
             1073      15% of the money in the fund to provide outpatient treatment services to individuals who:
             1074          (i) have been convicted of an offense under Title 76, Chapter 5, Part 4, Sexual
             1075      Offenses; and
             1076          (ii) are not currently confined or incarcerated in a jail or prison.
             1077          (d) The Department of Corrections shall use 10% of the money in the fund, in addition
             1078      to existing budgets, to implement treatment programs for juveniles who have been convicted of
             1079      an offense under Title 76, Chapter 5, Part 4, Sexual Offenses.
             1080          (e) The attorney general shall use 15% of the money in the fund to provide funding for
             1081      any task force:


             1082          (i) administered through the Office of the Attorney General; and
             1083          (ii) that investigates and prosecutes individuals who use the Internet to commit crimes
             1084      against children.
             1085          Section 35. Section 61-1-18.7 is amended to read:
             1086           61-1-18.7. Funding of securities investor education, training, and enforcement.
             1087          (1) (a) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             1088      "Securities Investor Education, Training, and Enforcement Fund" to provide revenue for the
             1089      purposes stated in this section.
             1090          (b) For purposes of this section, "fund" means the Securities Investor Education,
             1091      Training, and Enforcement Fund.
             1092          (2) Money received by the state by reason of civil penalties ordered and administrative
             1093      fines collected pursuant to this chapter shall be deposited in the fund, and is subject to the
             1094      requirements of Title 51, Chapter 5, Funds Consolidation Act.
             1095          (3) A fine collected by the division after July 1, 1989, pursuant to a voluntary
             1096      settlement or administrative order shall be deposited into the fund.
             1097          (4) (a) The fund shall earn interest.
             1098          (b) Interest earned on fund money shall be deposited into the fund.
             1099          (5) Notwithstanding Title 63J, Chapter 1, Budgetary Procedures Act, the director may
             1100      use money in the fund, upon concurrence of the commission and the executive director of the
             1101      Department of Commerce, in a manner consistent with the duties of the division and
             1102      commission under this chapter and only for any or all of the following and the expense of
             1103      providing them:
             1104          (a) education and training of Utah residents in matters concerning securities laws and
             1105      investment decisions, by publications or presentations;
             1106          (b) education of registrants and licensees under this chapter, by:
             1107          (i) publication of this chapter and rules and policy statements and opinion letters issued
             1108      under this chapter; and
             1109          (ii) sponsorship of seminars or meetings to educate registrants and licensees as to the
             1110      requirements of this chapter;
             1111          (c) investigation and litigation; and
             1112          (d) to pay an award to a reporter as provided in Part 1, Securities Fraud Reporting


             1113      Program Act.
             1114          (6) If the balance in the fund exceeds $500,000 at the close of any fiscal year, the
             1115      excess shall be transferred to the General Fund.
             1116          Section 36. Section 61-2c-501 is amended to read:
             1117           61-2c-501. Fund created.
             1118          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             1119      "Residential Mortgage Loan Education, Research, and Recovery Fund."
             1120          (2) The interest earned on the fund shall be deposited into the fund.
             1121          (3) At the beginning of each fiscal year, the division shall make available
             1122      $100,000 in the fund to satisfy final judgments rendered against a person licensed under this
             1123      chapter.
             1124          Section 37. Section 61-2f-503 is amended to read:
             1125           61-2f-503. Real Estate Education, Research, and Recovery Fund.
             1126          (1) (a) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             1127      "Real Estate Education, Research, and Recovery Fund."
             1128          (b) The actual interest earned on the fund shall be deposited into the fund.
             1129          (2) The money in the fund includes:
             1130          (a) a fee imposed under Section 61-2f-505 ; and
             1131          (b) interest described in Subsection (1)(b).
             1132          (3) The division shall administer the fund to:
             1133          (a) reimburse the public for damages caused in a real estate transaction by an
             1134      individual licensed under this chapter; and
             1135          (b) in accordance with Section 61-2f-504 :
             1136          (i) investigate violations of this chapter related to fraud, misrepresentation, or deceit; or
             1137          (ii) provide revenue for improving the real estate profession through education and
             1138      research with the goal of making licensees more responsible to the public.
             1139          (4) This part applies to damages caused by an individual licensee. Reimbursement
             1140      may not be made for a final judgment against an entity.
             1141          (5) At the beginning of each fiscal year, the division shall make available $100,000 in
             1142      the fund to satisfy final judgments rendered against a person licensed under this chapter.
             1143          Section 38. Section 62A-1-119 is amended to read:


             1144           62A-1-119. Respite Care Assistance Fund -- Use of money -- Restrictions --
             1145      Annual report.
             1146          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             1147      Respite Care Assistance Fund.
             1148          (2) The fund shall consist of:
             1149          (a) gifts, grants, devises, donations, and bequests of real property, personal property, or
             1150      services, from any source, made to the fund; and
             1151          (b) any additional amounts as appropriated by the Legislature.
             1152          (3) The fund shall be administered by the director of the Utah Developmental
             1153      Disabilities Council.
             1154          (4) The fund money shall be used for the following activities:
             1155          (a) to support a respite care information and referral system;
             1156          (b) to educate and train caregivers and respite care providers; and
             1157          (c) to provide grants to caregivers.
             1158          (5) An individual who receives services paid for from the fund shall:
             1159          (a) be a resident of Utah; and
             1160          (b) be a primary care giver for:
             1161          (i) an aging individual; or
             1162          (ii) an individual with a cognitive, mental, or physical disability.
             1163          (6) The fund money may not be used for:
             1164          (a) administrative expenses that are normally provided for by legislative appropriation;
             1165      or
             1166          (b) direct services or support mechanisms that are available from or provided by
             1167      another government or private agency.
             1168          (7) All interest and other earnings derived from the fund money shall be deposited into
             1169      the fund.
             1170          (8) The state treasurer shall invest the money in the fund under Title 51, Chapter 7,
             1171      State Money Management Act.
             1172          (9) The Department of Human Services shall make an annual report to the appropriate
             1173      appropriations subcommittee of the Legislature regarding the status of the fund, including a
             1174      report on the contributions received, expenditures made, and programs and services funded.


             1175          Section 39. Section 62A-3-110 is amended to read:
             1176           62A-3-110. "Out and About" Homebound Transportation Assistance Fund.
             1177          (1) (a) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             1178      "Out and About" Homebound Transportation Assistance Fund.
             1179          (b) The "Out and About" Homebound Transportation Assistance Fund shall consist of:
             1180          (i) private contributions;
             1181          (ii) donations or grants from public or private entities;
             1182          (iii) voluntary donations collected under Section 53-3-214.8 ; and
             1183          (iv) interest and earnings on account money.
             1184          (c) The cost of administering the "Out and About" Homebound Transportation
             1185      Assistance Fund shall be paid from money in the fund.
             1186          (2) The Division of Aging and Adult Services in the Department of Human Services
             1187      shall:
             1188          (a) administer the funds contained in the "Out and About" Homebound Transportation
             1189      Assistance Fund;
             1190          (b) select qualified organizations and distribute the funds in the "Out and About"
             1191      Homebound Transportation Assistance Fund in accordance with Subsection (3); and
             1192          (c) make an annual report on the "Out and About" Homebound Transportation
             1193      Assistance Fund to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
             1194          (3) (a) The division may distribute the funds in the "Out and About" Homebound
             1195      Transportation Assistance Fund to a selected organization that provides public transportation to
             1196      aging persons, high risk adults, or people with disabilities.
             1197          (b) An organization that provides public transportation to aging persons, high risk
             1198      adults, or people with disabilities may apply to the Division of Aging and Adult Services, in a
             1199      manner prescribed by the division, to receive all or part of the money contained in the "Out and
             1200      About" Homebound Transportation Assistance Fund.
             1201          Section 40. Section 62A-15-103 is amended to read:
             1202           62A-15-103. Division -- Creation -- Responsibilities.
             1203          (1) There is created the Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health within the
             1204      department, under the administration and general supervision of the executive director. The
             1205      division is the substance abuse authority and the mental health authority for this state.


             1206          (2) The division shall:
             1207          (a) (i) educate the general public regarding the nature and consequences of substance
             1208      abuse by promoting school and community-based prevention programs;
             1209          (ii) render support and assistance to public schools through approved school-based
             1210      substance abuse education programs aimed at prevention of substance abuse;
             1211          (iii) promote or establish programs for the prevention of substance abuse within the
             1212      community setting through community-based prevention programs;
             1213          (iv) cooperate and assist other organizations and private treatment centers for substance
             1214      abusers, by providing them with essential materials for furthering programs of prevention and
             1215      rehabilitation of actual and potential substance abusers; and
             1216          (v) promote or establish programs for education and certification of instructors to
             1217      educate persons convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs or driving with
             1218      any measurable controlled substance in the body;
             1219          (b) (i) collect and disseminate information pertaining to mental health;
             1220          (ii) provide direction over the state hospital including approval of its budget,
             1221      administrative policy, and coordination of services with local service plans;
             1222          (iii) promulgate rules in accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative
             1223      Rulemaking Act, to educate families concerning mental illness and promote family
             1224      involvement, when appropriate, and with patient consent, in the treatment program of a family
             1225      member; and
             1226          (iv) promulgate rules in accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative
             1227      Rulemaking Act, to direct that all individuals receiving services through local mental health
             1228      authorities or the Utah State Hospital be informed about and, if desired, provided assistance in
             1229      completion of a declaration for mental health treatment in accordance with Section
             1230      62A-15-1002 ;
             1231          (c) (i) consult and coordinate with local substance abuse authorities and local mental
             1232      health authorities regarding programs and services;
             1233          (ii) provide consultation and other assistance to public and private agencies and groups
             1234      working on substance abuse and mental health issues;
             1235          (iii) promote and establish cooperative relationships with courts, hospitals, clinics,
             1236      medical and social agencies, public health authorities, law enforcement agencies, education and


             1237      research organizations, and other related groups;
             1238          (iv) promote or conduct research on substance abuse and mental health issues, and
             1239      submit to the governor and the Legislature recommendations for changes in policy and
             1240      legislation;
             1241          (v) receive, distribute, and provide direction over public funds for substance abuse and
             1242      mental health services;
             1243          (vi) monitor and evaluate programs provided by local substance abuse authorities and
             1244      local mental health authorities;
             1245          (vii) examine expenditures of any local, state, and federal funds;
             1246          (viii) monitor the expenditure of public funds by:
             1247          (A) local substance abuse authorities;
             1248          (B) local mental health authorities; and
             1249          (C) in counties where they exist, the private contract provider that has an annual or
             1250      otherwise ongoing contract to provide comprehensive substance abuse or mental health
             1251      programs or services for the local substance abuse authority or local mental health authorities;
             1252          (ix) contract with local substance abuse authorities and local mental health authorities
             1253      to provide a comprehensive continuum of services in accordance with division policy, contract
             1254      provisions, and the local plan;
             1255          (x) contract with private and public entities for special statewide or nonclinical services
             1256      according to division rules;
             1257          (xi) review and approve each local substance abuse authority's plan and each local
             1258      mental health authority's plan in order to ensure:
             1259          (A) a statewide comprehensive continuum of substance abuse services;
             1260          (B) a statewide comprehensive continuum of mental health services; and
             1261          (C) appropriate expenditure of public funds;
             1262          (xii) review and make recommendations regarding each local substance abuse
             1263      authority's contract with its provider of substance abuse programs and services and each local
             1264      mental health authority's contract with its provider of mental health programs and services to
             1265      ensure compliance with state and federal law and policy;
             1266          (xiii) monitor and ensure compliance with division rules and contract requirements;
             1267      and


             1268          (xiv) withhold funds from local substance abuse authorities, local mental health
             1269      authorities, and public and private providers for contract noncompliance, failure to comply
             1270      with division directives regarding the use of public funds, or for misuse of public funds or
             1271      money;
             1272          (d) assure that the requirements of this part are met and applied uniformly by local
             1273      substance abuse authorities and local mental health authorities across the state;
             1274          (e) require each local substance abuse authority and each local mental health authority
             1275      to submit its plan to the division by May 1 of each year;
             1276          (f) conduct an annual program audit and review of each local substance abuse authority
             1277      in the state and its contract provider and each local mental health authority in the state and its
             1278      contract provider, including:
             1279          (i) a review and determination regarding whether:
             1280          (A) public funds allocated to local substance abuse authorities and local mental health
             1281      authorities are consistent with services rendered and outcomes reported by them or their
             1282      contract providers; and
             1283          (B) each local substance abuse authority and each local mental health authority is
             1284      exercising sufficient oversight and control over public funds allocated for substance abuse and
             1285      mental health programs and services; and
             1286          (ii) items determined by the division to be necessary and appropriate;
             1287          (g) by July 1 of each year, provide to the Health and Human Services Interim
             1288      Committee and the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee a written report that
             1289      includes:
             1290          (i) the annual audit and review;
             1291          (ii) the financial expenditures of each local substance abuse authority and its contract
             1292      provider and each local mental health authority and its contract provider;
             1293          (iii) the status of the compliance of each local authority and its contract provider with
             1294      its plan, state statutes, and the provisions of the contract awarded; and
             1295          (iv) whether audit guidelines established under Section 62A-15-110 and Subsection
             1296      67-3-1 (10) provide the division with sufficient criteria and assurances of appropriate
             1297      expenditures of public funds; and
             1298          (h) if requested by the Health and Human Services Interim Committee or the Social


             1299      Services Appropriations Subcommittee, provide an oral report as requested.
             1300          (3) (a) The division may refuse to contract with and may pursue its legal remedies
             1301      against any local substance abuse authority or local mental health authority that fails, or has
             1302      failed, to expend public funds in accordance with state law, division policy, contract
             1303      provisions, or directives issued in accordance with state law.
             1304          (b) The division may withhold funds from a local substance abuse authority or local
             1305      mental health authority if the authority's contract with its provider of substance abuse or mental
             1306      health programs or services fails to comply with state and federal law or policy.
             1307          (4) Before reissuing or renewing a contract with any local substance abuse authority or
             1308      local mental health authority, the division shall review and determine whether the local
             1309      substance abuse authority or local mental health authority is complying with its oversight and
             1310      management responsibilities described in Sections 17-43-201 , 17-43-203 , 17-43-303 , and
             1311      17-43-309 . Nothing in this Subsection (4) may be used as a defense to the responsibility and
             1312      liability described in Section 17-43-303 and to the responsibility and liability described in
             1313      Section 17-43-203 .
             1314          (5) In carrying out its duties and responsibilities, the division may not duplicate
             1315      treatment or educational facilities that exist in other divisions or departments of the state, but
             1316      shall work in conjunction with those divisions and departments in rendering the treatment or
             1317      educational services that those divisions and departments are competent and able to provide.
             1318          (6) (a) The division may accept in the name of and on behalf of the state donations,
             1319      gifts, devises, or bequests of real or personal property or services to be used as specified by the
             1320      donor.
             1321          (b) Those donations, gifts, devises, or bequests shall be used by the division in
             1322      performing its powers and duties. Any money so obtained shall be considered private funds
             1323      and shall be deposited into an interest-bearing [restricted] expendable special revenue fund to
             1324      be used by the division for substance abuse or mental health services. The state treasurer may
             1325      invest the fund and all interest shall remain with the fund.
             1326          (7) The division shall annually review with each local substance abuse authority and
             1327      each local mental health authority the authority's statutory and contract responsibilities
             1328      regarding:
             1329          (a) the use of public funds;


             1330          (b) oversight responsibilities regarding public funds; and
             1331          (c) governance of substance abuse and mental health programs and services.
             1332          (8) The Legislature may refuse to appropriate funds to the division upon the division's
             1333      failure to comply with the provisions of this part.
             1334          (9) If a local substance abuse authority contacts the division under Subsection
             1335      17-43-201 (9) for assistance in providing treatment services to a pregnant woman or pregnant
             1336      minor, the division shall:
             1337          (a) refer the pregnant woman or pregnant minor to a treatment facility that has the
             1338      capacity to provide the treatment services; or
             1339          (b) otherwise ensure that treatment services are made available to the pregnant woman
             1340      or pregnant minor.
             1341          Section 41. Section 63A-3-505 is amended to read:
             1342           63A-3-505. State Debt Collection Fund.
             1343          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund entitled the "State
             1344      Debt Collection Fund."
             1345          (2) The fund consists of:
             1346          (a) all amounts appropriated to the fund under this chapter;
             1347          (b) fees and interest established by the office under Subsection 63A-3-502 (4)(g); and
             1348          (c) except as otherwise provided by law, all postjudgment interest collected by the
             1349      office or the state except postjudgment interest on restitution.
             1350          (3) Money in this fund shall be used to pay for:
             1351          (a) the costs of the office in the performance of its duties under this chapter;
             1352          (b) restitution to victims to whom the debt is owed;
             1353          (c) interest accrued that is associated with the debt;
             1354          (d) principal on the debt to the state agencies or other entities that placed the receivable
             1355      for collection; and
             1356          (e) other legal obligations including those ordered by a court.
             1357          (4) (a) The fund may collect interest.
             1358          (b) All interest earned from the fund shall be deposited in the General Fund.
             1359          (5) The office shall ensure that money remaining in the fund at the end of the fiscal
             1360      year that is not committed under the priorities established under Subsection (3) is deposited


             1361      into the General Fund.
             1362          (6) (a) The office shall report at least annually to the appropriations subcommittee
             1363      assigned to review the budget of the Department of Administrative Services on the fund
             1364      balance and its revenues and expenditures and administrative offsets.
             1365          (b) The report shall include the amounts paid under each provision under Subsection
             1366      (3).
             1367          Section 42. Section 63A-11-203 is amended to read:
             1368           63A-11-203. Child Welfare Parental Defense Fund -- Creation.
             1369          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             1370      "Child Welfare Parental Defense Fund."
             1371          (2) Subject to availability, the department may make distributions from the fund as
             1372      required in this chapter for the following purposes:
             1373          (a) to pay for the representation, costs, expert witness fees, and expenses of contracted
             1374      parental defense attorneys who are under contract with the department to provide parental
             1375      defense in child welfare cases for the indigent parent or parents that are the subject of a petition
             1376      alleging abuse, neglect, or dependency;
             1377          (b) for administrative costs under this chapter; and
             1378          (c) for reasonable expenses directly related to the functioning of the program, including
             1379      training and travel expenses.
             1380          (3) The fund consists of:
             1381          (a) appropriations made to the fund by the Legislature;
             1382          (b) interest and earnings from the investment of fund money;
             1383          (c) proceeds deposited by participating counties under Section 63A-11-204 ; and
             1384          (d) private contributions to the Child Welfare Parental Defense Fund.
             1385          (4) The state treasurer shall invest the money in the fund by following the procedures
             1386      and requirements of Title 51, Chapter 7, State Money Management Act.
             1387          (5) (a) If the department anticipates a deficit in the fund during any fiscal year:
             1388          (i) the department shall request an appropriation from the Legislature; and
             1389          (ii) the Legislature may fund the anticipated deficit through appropriation but is not
             1390      required to fund the deficit.
             1391          (b) If the anticipated deficit is not funded by the Legislature, the department may


             1392      request an interim assessment to participating counties to fund the anticipated deficit.
             1393          Section 43. Section 63A-12-109 is amended to read:
             1394           63A-12-109. State Archives Fund created -- Donations -- Use of money --
             1395      Reporting.
             1396          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             1397      "State Archives Fund."
             1398          (2) The fund consists of money or other assets deposited in the fund from:
             1399          (a) a donation;
             1400          (b) a deposit;
             1401          (c) a contribution;
             1402          (d) a gift;
             1403          (e) an endowment;
             1404          (f) a devise; and
             1405          (g) a bequest of real property, personal property, or service.
             1406          (3) The division shall use the fund money for:
             1407          (a) the purpose specified by the grantor, if any; or
             1408          (b) if no purpose is specified by the grantor, the preservation of and access to the
             1409      archival records and exhibits.
             1410          (4) (a) The fund shall earn interest.
             1411          (b) The state treasurer shall deposit all interest earned on money in the fund into the
             1412      fund.
             1413          (5) The division shall annually report on the use of the fund to an appropriation
             1414      subcommittee designated by the Executive Appropriations Committee as part of the
             1415      appropriation subcommittee's budgetary process under Title 63J, Chapter 1, Budgetary
             1416      Procedures Act.
             1417          Section 44. Section 63C-9-502 is amended to read:
             1418           63C-9-502. Fund created -- Donations.
             1419          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund entitled the "State
             1420      Capitol Fund."
             1421          (2) The fund consists of money generated from the following revenue sources:
             1422          (a) any donations, deposits, contributions, gifts, money, and items of value received


             1423      from private persons, foundations, or organizations;
             1424          (b) gift shop profits;
             1425          (c) appropriations made to the fund by the Legislature; and
             1426          (d) money received by the board from the federal government.
             1427          (3) (a) The fund shall earn interest.
             1428          (b) All interest earned on fund money shall be deposited into the fund.
             1429          (4) The board may use fund money to:
             1430          (a) acquire historical and other items to furnish the capitol hill facilities;
             1431          (b) pay for the repair and maintenance of the capitol hill facilities and capitol hill
             1432      grounds;
             1433          (c) pay for the rehabilitation of the capitol hill facilities and capitol hill grounds; and
             1434          (d) fund all costs incurred in complying with this chapter.
             1435          Section 45. Section 63J-1-601 is amended to read:
             1436           63J-1-601. End of fiscal year -- Unexpended balances -- Funds not to be closed
             1437      out -- Pending claims -- Transfer of amounts from item of appropriation -- Nonlapsing
             1438      accounts and funds -- Institutes of higher education to report unexpended balances.
             1439          (1) As used in this section, "transaction control number" means the unique numerical
             1440      identifier established by the Department of Health to track each medical claim, which indicates
             1441      the date upon which the claim is entered.
             1442          (2) On or before August 31 of each fiscal year, the director of the Division of Finance
             1443      shall close out to the proper fund or account all remaining unexpended and unencumbered
             1444      balances of appropriations made by the Legislature, except:
             1445          (a) those funds classified under Title 51, Chapter 5, Funds Consolidation Act as:
             1446          (i) enterprise funds;
             1447          (ii) internal service funds;
             1448          (iii) trust and agency funds;
             1449          (iv) capital projects funds;
             1450          (v) discrete component unit funds;
             1451          (vi) debt service funds; and
             1452          (vii) permanent funds;
             1453          (b) those revenue collections, appropriations from a fund or account, or appropriations


             1454      to a program that are designated as nonlapsing under Sections 63J-1-602.1 through
             1455      63J-1-602.5 ;
             1456          (c) [restricted] expendable special revenue funds, unless specifically directed to close
             1457      out the fund in the fund's enabling legislation;
             1458          (d) acquisition and development funds appropriated to the Division of Parks and
             1459      Recreation;
             1460          (e) funds encumbered to pay purchase orders issued prior to May 1 for capital
             1461      equipment if delivery is expected before June 30; and
             1462          (f) unexpended and unencumbered balances of appropriations that meet the
             1463      requirements of Section 63J-1-603 .
             1464          (3) (a) Liabilities and related expenses for goods and services received on or before
             1465      June 30 shall be recognized as expenses due and payable from appropriations made prior to
             1466      June 30.
             1467          (b) The liability and related expense shall be recognized within time periods
             1468      established by the Division of Finance but shall be recognized not later than August 31.
             1469          (c) Liabilities and expenses not so recognized may be paid from regular departmental
             1470      appropriations for the subsequent fiscal year, if these claims do not exceed unexpended and
             1471      unencumbered balances of appropriations for the years in which the obligation was incurred.
             1472          (d) No amounts may be transferred from an item of appropriation of any department,
             1473      institution, or agency into the Capital Projects Fund or any other fund without the prior express
             1474      approval of the Legislature.
             1475          (4) (a) For purposes of this chapter, claims processed under the authority of Title 26,
             1476      Chapter 18, Medical Assistance Act:
             1477          (i) may not be considered a liability or expense to the state for budgetary purposes
             1478      unless they are received by the Division of Health Care Financing within the time periods
             1479      established by the Division of Finance under Subsection (3)(b); and
             1480          (ii) are not subject to the requirements of Subsection (3)(c).
             1481          (b) The transaction control number recorded on each claim invoice by the division is
             1482      considered the date of receipt.
             1483          (5) Any balance from an appropriation to a state institution of higher education that
             1484      remains unexpended at the end of the fiscal year shall be reported to the Division of Finance by


             1485      the September 1 following the close of the fiscal year.
             1486          Section 46. Section 63J-3-103 is amended to read:
             1487           63J-3-103. Definitions.
             1488          As used in this chapter:
             1489          (1) (a) "Appropriations" means actual unrestricted capital and operating appropriations
             1490      from unrestricted General Fund and Education Fund sources.
             1491          (b) "Appropriations" includes appropriations that are contingent upon available
             1492      surpluses in the General Fund and Education Fund.
             1493          (c) "Appropriations" does not mean:
             1494          (i) public education expenditures;
             1495          (ii) Utah Education Network expenditures in support of public education;
             1496          (iii) Utah College of Applied Technology expenditures in support of public education;
             1497          (iv) Tax Commission expenditures related to collection of income taxes in support of
             1498      public education;
             1499          (v) debt service expenditures;
             1500          (vi) emergency expenditures;
             1501          (vii) expenditures from all other fund or subfund sources;
             1502          (viii) transfers or appropriations from the Education Fund to the Uniform School Fund;
             1503          (ix) transfers into, or appropriations made to, the General Fund Budget Reserve
             1504      Account established in Section 63J-1-312 ;
             1505          (x) transfers into, or appropriations made to, the Education Budget Reserve Account
             1506      established in Section 63J-1-313 ;
             1507          (xi) transfers in accordance with Section 63J-1-314 into, or appropriations made to the
             1508      State Disaster Recovery Restricted Account created in Section 53-2-403 ;
             1509          (xii) money appropriated to fund the total one-time project costs for the construction of
             1510      capital developments as defined in Section 63A-5-104 ;
             1511          (xiii) transfers or deposits into or appropriations made to the Centennial Highway Fund
             1512      [Restricted Account] created by Section 72-2-118 ;
             1513          (xiv) transfers or deposits into or appropriations made to the Transportation Investment
             1514      Fund of 2005 created by Section 72-2-124 ;
             1515          (xv) transfers or deposits into or appropriations made to:


             1516          (A) the Department of Transportation from any source; or
             1517          (B) any transportation-related account or fund from any source; or
             1518          (xvi) supplemental appropriations from the General Fund to the Division of Forestry,
             1519      Fire, and State Lands to provide money for wildland fire control expenses incurred during the
             1520      current or previous fire years.
             1521          (2) "Base year real per capita appropriations" means the result obtained for the state by
             1522      dividing the fiscal year 1985 actual appropriations of the state less debt money by:
             1523          (a) the state's July 1, 1983 population; and
             1524          (b) the fiscal year 1983 inflation index divided by 100.
             1525          (3) "Calendar year" means the time period beginning on January 1 of any given year
             1526      and ending on December 31 of the same year.
             1527          (4) "Fiscal emergency" means an extraordinary occurrence requiring immediate
             1528      expenditures and includes the settlement under Laws of Utah 1988, Fourth Special Session,
             1529      Chapter 4.
             1530          (5) "Fiscal year" means the time period beginning on July 1 of any given year and
             1531      ending on June 30 of the subsequent year.
             1532          (6) "Fiscal year 1985 actual base year appropriations" means fiscal year 1985 actual
             1533      capital and operations appropriations from General Fund and non-Uniform School Fund
             1534      income tax revenue sources, less debt money.
             1535          (7) "Inflation index" means the change in the general price level of goods and services
             1536      as measured by the Gross National Product Implicit Price Deflator of the Bureau of Economic
             1537      Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce calculated as provided in Section 63J-3-202 .
             1538          (8) (a) "Maximum allowable appropriations limit" means the appropriations that could
             1539      be, or could have been, spent in any given year under the limitations of this chapter.
             1540          (b) "Maximum allowable appropriations limit" does not mean actual appropriations
             1541      spent or actual expenditures.
             1542          (9) "Most recent fiscal year's inflation index" means the fiscal year inflation index two
             1543      fiscal years previous to the fiscal year for which the maximum allowable inflation and
             1544      population appropriations limit is being computed under this chapter.
             1545          (10) "Most recent fiscal year's population" means the fiscal year population two fiscal
             1546      years previous to the fiscal year for which the maximum allowable inflation and population


             1547      appropriations limit is being computed under this chapter.
             1548          (11) "Population" means the number of residents of the state as of July 1 of each year
             1549      as calculated by the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget according to the procedures and
             1550      requirements of Section 63J-3-202 .
             1551          (12) "Revenues" means the revenues of the state from every tax, penalty, receipt, and
             1552      other monetary exaction and interest connected with it that are recorded as unrestricted revenue
             1553      of the General Fund and from non-Uniform School Fund income tax revenues, except as
             1554      specifically exempted by this chapter.
             1555          (13) "Security" means any bond, note, warrant, or other evidence of indebtedness,
             1556      whether or not the bond, note, warrant, or other evidence of indebtedness is or constitutes an
             1557      "indebtedness" within the meaning of any provision of the constitution or laws of this state.
             1558          Section 47. Section 63M-1-2203 is amended to read:
             1559           63M-1-2203. Transient Room Tax Fund -- Source of revenues -- Interest --
             1560      Expenditure or pledge of revenues.
             1561          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             1562      Transient Room Tax Fund.
             1563          (2) (a) The fund shall be funded by the portion of the sales and use tax described in
             1564      Subsection 59-12-301 (2).
             1565          (b) (i) The fund shall earn interest.
             1566          (ii) Any interest earned on fund money shall be deposited into the fund.
             1567          (3) (a) Subject to Subsection (3)(b), the director shall expend or pledge the money
             1568      deposited into the fund:
             1569          (i) to mitigate the impacts of traffic and parking relating to a convention facility within
             1570      a county of the first class;
             1571          (ii) for a purpose listed in Section 17-31-2 , except that any requirements in Section
             1572      17-31-2 for the expenditure of money do not apply; or
             1573          (iii) for a combination of Subsections (3)(a)(i) and (ii).
             1574          (b) The director may not expend more than $20,000,000 in total to mitigate the impacts
             1575      of traffic and parking relating to a convention facility within a county of the first class.
             1576          Section 48. Section 63M-1-2612 is amended to read:
             1577           63M-1-2612. Private Proposal Expendable Special Revenue Fund -- Fees.


             1578          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund within the office
             1579      called the Private Proposal [Restricted] Expendable Special Revenue Fund.
             1580          (2) Money collected from the payment of a fee required by this part shall be deposited
             1581      in the Private Proposal [Restricted] Expendable Special Revenue Fund.
             1582          (3) The board or the committee may use the money in the Private Proposal [Restricted]
             1583      Expendable Special Revenue Fund to offset:
             1584          (a) the expense of hiring staff and engaging any outside consultant to review a proposal
             1585      under this part; and
             1586          (b) any expense incurred by the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget or the
             1587      affected department in the fulfillment of its duties under this part.
             1588          (4) The board shall establish a fee in accordance with Section 63J-1-504 for:
             1589          (a) reviewing an initial proposal;
             1590          (b) reviewing any detailed proposal; and
             1591          (c) preparing any project agreement.
             1592          (5) The board may waive the fee established under Subsection (4) if the board
             1593      determines that it is:
             1594          (a) reasonable; and
             1595          (b) in the best interest of the state.
             1596          Section 49. Section 67-4-18 is amended to read:
             1597           67-4-18. Housing Relief Expendable Special Revenue Fund -- Payments to Utah
             1598      Housing Corporation.
             1599          (1) As used in this section, "fund" means the Housing Relief [Restricted] Expendable
             1600      Special Revenue Fund created by this section.
             1601          (2) There is created the Housing Relief [Restricted] Expendable Special Revenue
             1602      Fund.
             1603          (3) The fund shall be comprised of money deposited in the fund from money received
             1604      as a result of the federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
             1605          (4) Money in the fund shall be expended to fund grants to be made by the Utah
             1606      Housing Corporation in accordance with Section 35A-8-727 .
             1607          (5) The treasurer may place funds in an escrow account, upon which the Utah Housing
             1608      Corporation may draw to make grants in accordance with Section 35A-8-727 .


             1609          (6) The treasurer may use money from the fund to pay the costs of escrow and other
             1610      expenses of the corporation in connection with its duties under Section 35A-8-727 .
             1611          (7) The treasurer shall administer the fund and make payments from the fund in
             1612      accordance with this section and Section 35A-8-727 .
             1613          Section 50. Section 67-5-24 is amended to read:
             1614           67-5-24. Attorney General Crime and Violence Prevention Fund -- Use of money
             1615      -- Restrictions.
             1616          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             1617      Attorney General Crime and Violence Prevention Fund.
             1618          (2) The fund shall consist of gifts, grants, devises, donations, and bequests of real
             1619      property, personal property, or services, from any source, made to the fund.
             1620          (3) (a) If the donor designates a specific purpose or use for the gift, grant, devise,
             1621      donation, or bequest, money from the fund shall be used solely for that purpose.
             1622          (b) Gifts, grants, devises, donations, and bequests not designated for a specific purpose
             1623      under Subsection (3)(a) and that are not restricted to a specific use under federal law, shall be
             1624      used in connection with the activities under Subsection (4).
             1625          (c) The attorney general or the attorney general's designee shall authorize the
             1626      expenditure of fund money in accordance with this section.
             1627          (d) The money in the fund may not be used for administrative expenses of the Office of
             1628      the Attorney General normally provided for by legislative appropriation.
             1629          (4) Except as provided under Subsection (3), the fund money shall be used for any of
             1630      the following activities:
             1631          (a) the Amber Alert program;
             1632          (b) prevention of crime against seniors;
             1633          (c) prevention of domestic violence and dating violence;
             1634          (d) antidrug use programs;
             1635          (e) preventing gangs and gang violence;
             1636          (f) Internet safety programs;
             1637          (g) mentoring Utah partnerships;
             1638          (h) suicide prevention programs;
             1639          (i) underage drinking programs;


             1640          (j) antipornography programs;
             1641          (k) victims assistance programs;
             1642          (l) identity theft investigations and prosecutions; or
             1643          (m) identity theft reporting system database.
             1644          (5) The state treasurer shall invest the money in the fund under Title 51, Chapter 7,
             1645      State Money Management Act, except that all interest or other earnings derived from the fund
             1646      money shall be deposited in the fund.
             1647          (6) The attorney general shall make an annual report to the Legislature regarding the
             1648      status of the fund, including a report on the contributions received, expenditures made, and
             1649      programs and services funded.
             1650          Section 51. Section 71-11-8 is amended to read:
             1651           71-11-8. Utah Veterans' Nursing Home Fund.
             1652          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund entitled the "Utah
             1653      Veterans' Nursing Home Fund" to be administered by the department for the benefit of each
             1654      home and its residents.
             1655          (2) All cash donations, gifts, or bequests shall be deposited in the fund and used
             1656      according to the wishes of the donor.
             1657          (3) All funds received by the homes from federal or state agencies, individual
             1658      insurance reimbursement, or cash payments shall be deposited in the fund.
             1659          (4) Funds received that are designated for a specific home shall be accounted for
             1660      separately within the fund.
             1661          Section 52. Section 72-2-118 is amended to read:
             1662           72-2-118. Centennial Highway Fund.
             1663          (1) There is created a [restricted account] capital projects fund entitled the Centennial
             1664      Highway Fund [Restricted Account] within the Transportation Investment Fund of 2005
             1665      created by Section 72-2-124 .
             1666          (2) The account consists of money generated from the following revenue sources:
             1667          (a) any voluntary contributions received for the construction, [major] reconstruction, or
             1668      [major] renovation of state or federal highways; and
             1669          (b) appropriations made to the fund by the Legislature.
             1670          (3) (a) The [account] fund shall earn interest.


             1671          (b) All interest earned on [account] fund money shall be deposited into the [account]
             1672      fund.
             1673          (4) The executive director may use [account] fund money, as prioritized by the
             1674      Transportation Commission, only to pay the costs of construction, [major] reconstruction, or
             1675      [major] renovation to state and federal highways.
             1676          (5) When the highway general obligation bonds have been paid off and the highway
             1677      projects completed that are intended to be paid from revenues deposited in the account as
             1678      determined by the Executive Appropriations Committee under Subsection (6)(d), the Division
             1679      of Finance shall transfer any existing balance in the account into the Transportation Investment
             1680      Fund of 2005 created by Section 72-2-124 .
             1681          (6) (a) The Division of Finance shall monitor the highway general obligation bonds
             1682      that are being paid from revenues deposited in the [account] fund.
             1683          (b) The department shall monitor the highway construction, [major] reconstruction, or
             1684      [major] renovation projects that are being paid from revenues deposited in the [account] fund.
             1685          (c) Upon request by the Executive Appropriations Committee of the Legislature:
             1686          (i) the Division of Finance shall report to the committee the status of all highway
             1687      general obligation bonds that are being paid from revenues deposited in the [account] fund; and
             1688          (ii) the department shall report to the committee the status of all highway construction,
             1689      [major] reconstruction, or [major] renovation projects that are being paid from revenues
             1690      deposited in the [account] fund.
             1691          (d) The Executive Appropriations Committee of the Legislature shall notify the State
             1692      Tax Commission, the department, and the Division of Finance when:
             1693          (i) all highway general obligation bonds that are intended to be paid from revenues
             1694      deposited in the [account] fund have been paid off; and
             1695          (ii) all highway projects that are intended to be paid from revenues deposited in the
             1696      account have been completed.
             1697          Section 53. Section 72-2-124 is amended to read:
             1698           72-2-124. Transportation Investment Fund of 2005.
             1699          (1) There is created a [special revenue] capital projects fund entitled the Transportation
             1700      Investment Fund of 2005.
             1701          (2) The fund consists of money generated from the following sources:


             1702          (a) any voluntary contributions received for the maintenance, construction,
             1703      reconstruction, or renovation of state and federal highways;
             1704          (b) appropriations made to the fund by the Legislature;
             1705          (c) the sales and use tax revenues deposited into the fund in accordance with Section
             1706      59-12-103 ; and
             1707          (d) registration fees designated under Section 41-1a-1201 .
             1708          (3) (a) The fund shall earn interest.
             1709          (b) All interest earned on fund money shall be deposited into the fund.
             1710          (4) (a) Except as provided in Subsection (4)(b), the executive director may use fund
             1711      money only to pay:
             1712          (i) the costs of maintenance, construction, reconstruction, or renovation to state and
             1713      federal highways prioritized by the Transportation Commission through the prioritization
             1714      process for new transportation capacity projects adopted under Section 72-1-304 ;
             1715          (ii) the costs of maintenance, construction, reconstruction, or renovation to the highway
             1716      projects described in Subsections 63B-18-401 (2), (3), and (4);
             1717          (iii) principal, interest, and issuance costs of bonds authorized by Section 63B-18-401
             1718      minus the costs paid from the County of the First Class State Highway Projects Fund in
             1719      accordance with Subsection 72-2-121 (4)(d); and
             1720          (iv) for a fiscal year beginning on or after July 1, 2013, to transfer to the 2010 Salt
             1721      Lake County Revenue Bond Sinking Fund created by Section 72-2-121.3 the amount certified
             1722      by Salt Lake County in accordance with Subsection 72-2-121.3 (4)(c) as necessary to pay the
             1723      debt service on $30,000,000 of the revenue bonds issued by Salt Lake County;
             1724          (v) principal, interest, and issuance costs of bonds authorized by Section 63B-16-101
             1725      for projects prioritized in accordance with Section 72-2-125 ; and
             1726          (vi) all highway general obligation bonds that are intended to be paid from revenues in
             1727      the Centennial Highway Fund [Restricted Account] created by Section 72-2-118 ;
             1728          (b) The executive director may use fund money to exchange for an equal or greater
             1729      amount of federal transportation funds to be used as provided in Subsection (4)(a).
             1730          (5) (a) Before bonds authorized by Section 63B-18-401 may be issued in any fiscal
             1731      year, the department and the commission shall appear before the Executive Appropriations
             1732      Committee of the Legislature and present the amount of bond proceeds that the department


             1733      needs to provide funding for the projects identified in Subsection 63B-18-401 (2) for the next
             1734      fiscal year.
             1735          (b) The Executive Appropriations Committee of the Legislature shall review and
             1736      comment on the amount of bond proceeds needed to fund the projects.
             1737          (6) The Division of Finance shall, from money deposited into the fund, transfer the
             1738      amount of funds necessary to pay principal, interest, and issuance costs of bonds authorized by
             1739      Section 63B-18-401 in the current fiscal year to the appropriate debt service or sinking fund.
             1740          Section 54. Section 72-2-125 is amended to read:
             1741           72-2-125. Critical Highway Needs Fund.
             1742          (1) There is created a [special revenue] capital projects fund within the Transportation
             1743      Investment Fund of 2005 known as the "Critical Highway Needs Fund."
             1744          (2) The fund consists of money generated from the following sources:
             1745          (a) any voluntary contributions received for the maintenance, construction,
             1746      reconstruction, or renovation of state and federal highways; and
             1747          (b) appropriations made to the fund by the Legislature.
             1748          (3) (a) The fund shall earn interest.
             1749          (b) Interest on fund money shall be deposited into the fund.
             1750          (4) (a) The executive director shall use money deposited into the fund to pay the costs
             1751      of right-of-way acquisition, maintenance, construction, reconstruction, or renovation to state
             1752      and federal highways identified by the department and prioritized by the commission in
             1753      accordance with this Subsection (4).
             1754          (b) (i) The department shall:
             1755          (A) establish a complete list of projects to be maintained, constructed, reconstructed, or
             1756      renovated using the funding described in Subsection (4)(a) based on the following criteria:
             1757          (I) the highway construction project is a high priority project due to high growth in the
             1758      surrounding area;
             1759          (II) the highway construction project addresses critical access needs that have a high
             1760      impact due to commercial and energy development;
             1761          (III) the highway construction project mitigates congestion;
             1762          (IV) whether local matching funds are available for the highway construction project;
             1763      and


             1764          (V) the highway construction project is a critical alternative route for priority Interstate
             1765      15 reconstruction projects; and
             1766          (B) submit the list of projects to the commission for prioritization in accordance with
             1767      Subsection (4)(c).
             1768          (ii) A project that is included in the list under this Subsection (4):
             1769          (A) is not required to be currently listed in the statewide long-range plan; and
             1770          (B) is not required to be prioritized through the prioritization process for new
             1771      transportation capacity projects adopted under Section 72-1-304 .
             1772          (c) (i) The commission shall prioritize the project list submitted by the department in
             1773      accordance with Subsection (4)(b).
             1774          (ii) For projects prioritized under this Subsection (4)(c), the commission shall give
             1775      priority consideration to fully funding a project that meets the criteria under Subsection
             1776      (4)(b)(i)(A)(V).
             1777          (d) (i) Expenditures of bond proceeds issued in accordance with Section 63B-16-101
             1778      by the department for the construction of highway projects prioritized under this Subsection (4)
             1779      may not exceed $1,200,000,000.
             1780          (ii) Money expended from the fund for principal, interest, and issuance costs of bonds
             1781      issued under Section 63B-16-101 is not considered an expenditure for purposes of the
             1782      $1,200,000,000 cap under Subsection (4)(d)(i).
             1783          (e) (i) Before bonds authorized by Section 63B-16-101 may be issued in any fiscal
             1784      year, the department and the commission shall appear before the Executive Appropriations
             1785      Committee of the Legislature and present:
             1786          (A) the commission's current list of projects established and prioritized in accordance
             1787      with this Subsection (4); and
             1788          (B) the amount of bond proceeds that the department needs to provide funding for
             1789      projects on the project list prioritized in accordance with this Subsection (4) for the next fiscal
             1790      year.
             1791          (ii) The Executive Appropriations Committee of the Legislature shall review and
             1792      comment on the prioritized project list and the amount of bond proceeds needed to fund the
             1793      projects on the prioritized list.
             1794          (f) The Division of Finance shall, from money deposited into the fund, transfer the


             1795      amount of funds necessary to pay principal, interest, and issuance costs of bonds authorized by
             1796      Section 63B-16-101 in the current fiscal year to the appropriate debt service or sinking fund.
             1797          (5) When the general obligation bonds authorized by Section 63B-16-101 have been
             1798      paid off and the highway projects completed that are included in the prioritized project list
             1799      under Subsection (4), the Division of Finance shall transfer any existing balance in the fund
             1800      into the Transportation Investment Fund of 2005 created by Section 72-2-124 .
             1801          (6) (a) The Division of Finance shall monitor the general obligation bonds authorized
             1802      by Section 63B-16-101 .
             1803          (b) The department shall monitor the highway construction or reconstruction projects
             1804      that are included in the prioritized project list under Subsection (4).
             1805          (c) Upon request by the Executive Appropriations Committee of the Legislature:
             1806          (i) the Division of Finance shall report to the committee the status of all general
             1807      obligation bonds issued under Section 63B-16-101 ; and
             1808          (ii) the department shall report to the committee the status of all highway construction
             1809      or reconstruction projects that are included in the prioritized project list under Subsection (4).
             1810          (d) When the Division of Finance has reported that the general obligation bonds issued
             1811      by Section 63B-16-101 have been paid off and the department has reported that projects
             1812      included in the prioritized project list are complete to the Executive Appropriations Committee
             1813      of the Legislature, the Division of Finance shall transfer any existing fund balance in
             1814      accordance with Subsection (5).
             1815          (7) (a) Unless prioritized and approved by the Transportation Commission, the
             1816      department may not delay a project prioritized under this section to a different fiscal year than
             1817      programmed by the commission due to an unavoidable shortfall in revenues if:
             1818          (i) the prioritized project was funded by the Legislature in an appropriations act; or
             1819          (ii) general obligation bond proceeds have been issued for the project in the current
             1820      fiscal year.
             1821          (b) For projects identified under Subsection (7)(a), the commission shall prioritize and
             1822      approve any project delays for projects prioritized under this section due to an unavoidable
             1823      shortfall in revenues if:
             1824          (i) the prioritized project was funded by the Legislature in an appropriations act; or
             1825          (ii) general obligation bond proceeds have been issued for the project in the current


             1826      fiscal year.
             1827          Section 55. Section 76-10-922 is amended to read:
             1828           76-10-922. Attorney General Litigation Fund.
             1829          (1) (a) There is created [a] an expendable special revenue fund known as the Attorney
             1830      General Litigation Fund for the purpose of providing funds to pay for any costs and expenses
             1831      incurred by the state attorney general in relation to actions under state or federal antitrust,
             1832      criminal laws, or civil proceedings under Title 13, Chapter 44, Protection of Personal
             1833      Information Act. These funds are in addition to other funds as may be appropriated by the
             1834      Legislature to the attorney general for the administration and enforcement of the laws of this
             1835      state.
             1836          (b) At the close of any fiscal year, any balance in the fund in excess of $2,000,000 shall
             1837      be transferred to the General Fund.
             1838          (c) The attorney general may expend money from the Attorney General Litigation Fund
             1839      for the purposes in Subsection (1)(a).
             1840          (2) (a) All money received by the state or its agencies by reason of any judgment,
             1841      settlement, or compromise as the result of any action commenced, investigated, or prosecuted
             1842      by the attorney general, after payment of any fines, restitution, payments, costs, or fees
             1843      allocated by the court, shall be deposited in the Attorney General Litigation Fund, except as
             1844      provided in Subsection (2)(b).
             1845          (b) (i) Any expenses advanced by the attorney general in any of the actions under
             1846      Subsection (1)(a) shall be credited to the Attorney General Litigation Fund.
             1847          (ii) Any money recovered by the attorney general on behalf of any private person or
             1848      public body other than the state shall be paid to those persons or bodies from funds remaining
             1849      after payment of expenses under Subsection (2)(b)(i).
             1850          (3) The Division of Finance shall transfer any money remaining in the Antitrust
             1851      Revolving Account on July 1, 2002, to the Attorney General Litigation Fund created in
             1852      Subsection (1).
             1853          Section 56. Section 79-3-402 is amended to read:
             1854           79-3-402. Utah Geological Survey Sample Library Fund.
             1855          (1) There is created [a restricted] an expendable special revenue fund known as the
             1856      "Utah Geological Survey Sample Library Fund."


             1857          (2) The fund consists of money from the following revenue sources:
             1858          (a) donations or contributions from individuals, companies, organizations, or
             1859      government entities; and
             1860          (b) interest generated by the fund.
             1861          (3) The director shall administer the fund.
             1862          (4) (a) Donations and other contributions to the fund and unallocated interest as
             1863      provided in Subsection (5)(c) shall constitute the fund's principal.
             1864          (b) The principal may be expended only with the concurrence of the board.
             1865          (5) (a) Interest generated by the fund may be expended to support the sample library as
             1866      provided in Subsections (5)(b) and (c).
             1867          (b) An amount of money equal to or less than the interest generated by the fund in the
             1868      previous fiscal year may be expended annually in support of the sample library.
             1869          (c) Funds that are eligible to be spent, but remain unallocated at the end of any fiscal
             1870      year, revert to the fund and become part of the fund's principle.
             1871          Section 57. Revisor instructions.
             1872          The Legislature intends that the Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel, in
             1873      preparing the Utah Code database for publication, replace any reference to "restricted special
             1874      revenue fund" with "expendable special revenue fund".




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