CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REP. NO. 153-12

 

Honolulu, Hawaii

, 2012

 

RE: H.B. No. 304

H.D. 1

S.D. 1

C.D. 1

 

 

 

Honorable Calvin K.Y. Say

Speaker, House of Representatives

Twenty-Sixth State Legislature

Regular Session of 2012

State of Hawaii

 

Honorable Shan S. Tsutsui

President of the Senate

Twenty-Sixth State Legislature

Regular Session of 2012

State of Hawaii

 

Sirs:

 

Your Committee on Conference on the disagreeing vote of the House of Representatives to the amendments proposed by the Senate in H.B. No. 304, H.D. 1, S.D. 1, entitled:

 

"A BILL FOR AN ACT RELATING TO STATE FINANCES,"

 

having met, and after full and free discussion, has agreed to recommend and does recommend to the respective Houses the final passage of this bill in an amended form.

 

The purpose of this bill is to appropriate funds for fiscal year 2012-2013 to various programs and organizations that provide essential education, public health, and public welfare services in the State.

 

Your Committee on Conference has amended this bill by:

 

(1) Inserting monetary amounts as follows:

 

(A) $325,000 as a grant to Catholic Charities Hawaii;

 

(B) $50,000 as a grant to the Moiliili Community Center;

 

(C) $60,000 as a grant to the Waikiki Community Center;

 

(D) $151,391 as a grant to Child and Family Service - Kauai;

 

(E) $160,389 as a grant to Child and Family Service - Oahu;

 

(F) $137,000 as a grant to Child and Family Service - Maui;

 

(G) $450,000 as a grant to Susannah Wesley Community Center;

 

(H) $274,111 as a grant to Adult Friends for Youth;

 

(I) $110,000 as a grant to Partners in Development Foundation;

 

(J) $150,000 as a grant to The Children's Alliance of Hawaii, Inc.;

 

(K) $204,628 as a grant to Domestic Violence Action Center;

 

(L) $1,392,000 to provide grants to Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii, the Legal Aid Society of Hawaii, and the Hawaii Family Law Clinic;

 

(M) $450,293 as a grant to Read Aloud America, Inc.; and

 

(N) $169,592 as a grant to Read To Me International Foundation for reading programs for children of incarcerated parents;

 

(2) Inserting additional appropriations as follows:

 

(A) $50,000 as a grant to the Alzheimer's Association Aloha Chapter;

 

(B) $225,000 as a grant to Ballet Hawaii;

 

(C) $125,000 as a grant to Best Buddies International;

 

(D) $166,175 as a grant to The Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii;

 

(E) $140,000 as a grant to the Coalition for a Drug-Free Hawaii;

 

(F) $52,800 as a grant to Family Promise of Hawaii;

 

(G) $50,000 as a grant to Gregory House Programs;

 

(H) $400,000 as a grant to Hawaii 3R's;

 

(I) $500,000 as a grant to Hawaii Meth Project;

 

(J) $400,000 as a grant to Hawaii United Okinawa

Association;

 

(K) $468,000 as a grant to the Hawaii Theater Center;

 

(L) $750,000 as a grant to Kalihi-Palama Health Center;

 

(M) $400,000 as a grant to Lai Opua 2020;

 

(N) $400,000 as a grant to Malama Learning Center;

 

(O) $100,000 as a grant to Moanalua Gardens Foundation;

 

(P) $288,060 as a grant to ORI Anuenue Hale, Inc.;

 

(Q) $500,000 as a grant to Pacific Renal Care Foundation;

 

(R) $68,940 as a grant to Palama Settlement;

 

(S) $200,000 as a grant to Parents And Children Together;

 

(T) $150,000 as a grant to Surfing the Nations;

 

(U) $1,750,000 a grant to Wahiawa General Hospital; and

 

(V) $375,000 as a grant to Waiohuli Hawaiian Center, Inc.;

 

(3) Deleting all other appropriations; and

 

(4) Making technical, nonsubstantive amendments for clarity, consistency, and style.

 

As affirmed by the record of votes of the managers of your Committee on Conference that is attached to this report, your Committee on Conference is in accord with the intent and purpose of H.B. No. 304, H.D. 1, S.D. 1, as amended herein, and recommends that it pass Final Reading in the form attached hereto as H.B. No. 304, H.D. 1, S.D. 1, C.D. 1.

 

Respectfully submitted on behalf of the managers:

 

ON THE PART OF THE SENATE

 

ON THE PART OF THE HOUSE

 

______________________________

DAVID Y. IGE, Chair

 

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MARCUS R. OSHIRO, Co-Chair

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SUZANNE CHUN OAKLAND, Co-Chair

 

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RYAN I. YAMANE, Co-Chair

 

 

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JOHN M. MIZUNO, Co-Chair

 

 

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ROY TAKUMI, Co-Chair