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APPROPRIATIONS - PUBLIC SCHOOLS - Provides amounts to be expended from
various funds for the public schools; appropriates $932,969,800 to the
Public School Income Fund for fiscal year 2002; appropriates $992,844,800
for the Educational Support Program for fiscal year 2002; provides the
amount necessary for the Unemployment Insurance Program; amends existing
law to provide an increase in the base salary for salary-based
apportionment; provides authority for the Department of Education to
monitor and evaluate use of funds for enhancement programs; provides for
expenditures for certain technology, including Libraries Linking Idaho
Program; provides for expenditures for expenses related to the Idaho
Council for Technology in Learning; provides for expenditures for grants to
teachers for development of creative and innovative instruction methods or
curriculum; provides for expenditures for non-English and limited English
proficiency programs; provides for expenditures for the teacher-mentor
program; provides for expenditures regarding moneys received pursuant to
Sections 63-2506, 63-2552A and 67-7439, Idaho Code; provides for allocation
of moneys and for requirements for the Idaho Safe and Drug-Free Schools
Program; provides for expenditures for training of teachers in working with
children with disabilities; provides for expenditures for education of
gifted/talented students; appropriates moneys for property tax replacement;
provides allocation of moneys for master teacher certification; provides
intent for use of PERSI savings; provides for minimum base salary for
instructional employees; provides for expenditures for achievement
standards; provides for expenditures for literacy programs; and provides
for a study regarding teachers using personal funds for classroom supplies.
02/27 Senate intro - 1st rdg - to printing
02/28 Rpt prt - to Fin
Rpt out - rec d/p - to 2nd rdg
03/01 2nd rdg - to 3rd rdg
03/09 3rd rdg - PASSED - 31-3-1
AYES -- Andreason, Boatright, Brandt, Bunderson, Burtenshaw, Cameron,
Danielson, Darrington, Deide, Dunklin, Frasure, Geddes, Goedde,
Hawkins, Ingram, Ipsen, Keough, King-Barrutia, Lodge, Noh,
Richardson, Risch, Sandy, Sims, Sorensen, Stegner, Stennett, Thorne,
Wheeler, Whitworth, Williams,
NAYS -- Branch(Bartlett), Lee, Schroeder
Absent and excused -- Davis
Floor Sponsor -- Hawkins
Title apvd - to House
03/12 House intro - 1st rdg - to 2nd rdg
03/13 2nd rdg - to 3rd rdg
03/23 3rd rdg - PASSED - 58-6-5(1 vacant)
AYES -- Barraclough, Bedke, Bell, Bieter, Black, Boe, Bolz, Bradford,
Bruneel, Callister, Campbell, Chase, Clark, Collins, Crow, Cuddy,
Deal, Denney, Ellis, Ellsworth, Eskridge, Field(20), Gagner, Gould,
Hadley, Hammond, Harwood, Higgins, Hornbeck, Jaquet, Jones, Kellogg,
Kunz, Langford, Loertscher, Mader, Marley, Meyer, Montgomery,
Mortensen, Moss, Moyle, Pischner, Pomeroy, Raybould, Ridinger,
Robison, Sali, Sellman, Shepherd, Smith, Smylie, Stone, Tilman,
Trail, Wheeler, Young, Mr. Speaker
NAYS -- Barrett, Lake, McKague, Pearce, Roberts, Stevenson
Absent and excused -- Field(13), Henbest, Kendell, Schaefer, Wood
Vacant -- Dist. #23
Floor Sponsor -- Field(20)
Title apvd - to Senate
03/26 To enrol - rpt enrol - pres signed
03/28 Sp signed - to Governor
04/09 Governor signed
Session Law Chapter 359
Effective: 04/09/01, Sec 23
07/01/01, all other sections
|||| LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF IDAHO ||||
Fifty-sixth Legislature First Regular Session - 2001
IN THE SENATE
SENATE BILL NO. 1182
BY FINANCE COMMITTEE
1 AN ACT
2 RELATING TO THE APPROPRIATION FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL SUPPORT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2002;
3 PROVIDING THE AMOUNT TO BE EXPENDED FROM STATE SOURCES; APPROPRIATING GEN-
4 ERAL FUND MONEYS FOR TRANSFER TO THE PUBLIC SCHOOL INCOME FUND; APPROPRI-
5 ATING A TOTAL AMOUNT FROM THE PUBLIC SCHOOL INCOME FUND; PROVIDING FOR
6 MONEYS FOR THE UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE PROGRAM; AMENDING SECTION 33-1004E,
7 IDAHO CODE, TO INCREASE THE BASE SALARY FOR SALARY-BASED APPORTIONMENT;
8 PROVIDING THAT THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SHALL HAVE CERTAIN
9 AUTHORITY; DIRECTING THAT $3,135,000 IN ONGOING EXPENDITURES AND
10 $7,000,000 IN ONE-TIME EXPENDITURES BE EXPENDED FOR THE PUBLIC SCHOOL
11 TECHNOLOGY GRANT PROGRAM AND DIRECTING A TRANSFER OF $265,000 TO THE
12 LIBRARY SERVICES IMPROVEMENT FUND; DIRECTING THAT NOT MORE THAN $173,000
13 BE EXPENDED FOR THE IDAHO COUNCIL FOR TECHNOLOGY IN LEARNING EXPENSES;
14 DIRECTING THAT $425,000 BE DISTRIBUTED TO TEACHERS AS CREATIVE AND INNOVA-
15 TIVE TEACHING GRANTS; DIRECTING THAT $4,575,000 BE ALLOCATED FOR PROGRAMS
16 FOR STUDENTS WITH NON-ENGLISH OR LIMITED-ENGLISH PROFICIENCY, WITH UP TO
17 $100,000 TO BE USED TO STUDY THE EFFECTIVENESS OF LIMITED-ENGLISH PROFI-
18 CIENCY PROGRAMS; DIRECTING THAT $2,000,000 BE DISTRIBUTED FOR A TEACHER
19 MENTORING AND PEER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM; DIRECTING THAT $4,700,000 OF THE
20 MONEYS ACCRUING PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 63-2506 AND 63-2552A, IDAHO CODE, AND
21 SUCH OTHER MONEYS WHICH MAY BECOME AVAILABLE PURSUANT TO SECTION 67-7439,
22 IDAHO CODE, BE EXPENDED FOR THE IDAHO SAFE AND DRUG-FREE SCHOOLS PROGRAM;
23 DIRECTING THE DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS FOR THE IDAHO SAFE AND DRUG-FREE
24 SCHOOLS PROGRAM; EXPRESSING LEGISLATIVE INTENT WITH REGARD TO FEATURES OF
25 THE IDAHO SAFE AND DRUG-FREE SCHOOLS PROGRAM; PROVIDING DIRECTION REGARD-
26 ING THE EXPENDITURE AND DISTRIBUTION OF $1,000,000 FOR EMPLOYMENT AND
27 TRAINING FOR WORKING WITH CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES; DIRECTING THAT
28 $600,000 BE ALLOCATED FOR TRAINING TO SERVE THE NEEDS OF GIFTED AND
29 TALENTED STUDENTS, WITH UP TO $100,000 TO BE USED TO STUDY THE EFFECTIVE-
30 NESS OF GIFTED AND TALENTED PROGRAMS; APPROPRIATING THE AMOUNT OF GENERAL
31 FUND MONEY NECESSARY AS DETERMINED BY SECTION 33-1002D, IDAHO CODE, FOR
32 PROPERTY TAX REPLACEMENT; DIRECTING THAT UP TO $418,000 BE DISTRIBUTED FOR
33 MASTER TEACHER AWARD PAYMENTS; RECOGNIZING ADDITIONAL STATE FINANCIAL SUP-
34 PORT BEYOND ESTABLISHED BUDGETS AND EXPRESSING LEGISLATIVE INTENT FOR THE
35 USE OF THESE FUNDS AS A ONE-TIME SUPPLEMENT TO THE DISCRETIONARY FUNDING
36 NEEDS OF SCHOOL DISTRICTS; DIRECTING THAT $4,000,000 BE USED FOR THE IDAHO
37 READING INITIATIVE; DIRECTING THAT NO FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF BE
38 PAID LESS THAN THE BASE SALARY FUNDING PROVIDED FOR SCHOOL DISTRICTS UNDER
39 SECTION 33-1004E, IDAHO CODE; DIRECTING THAT $8,000,000 BE DISTRIBUTED BY
40 THE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION AND USED FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION
41 OF ACHIEVEMENT STANDARDS; DIRECTING DISTRICTS TO EXAMINE TEACHER USE OF
42 PRIVATE FUNDS TO PURCHASE CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, AND ENCOURAGING DISTRICTS TO
43 SET ASIDE CERTAIN GAINSHARING SAVINGS FOR THE PURCHASE OF CLASSROOM SUP-
44 PLIES; AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY FOR SECTION 23 OF THIS ACT.
45 Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Idaho:
1 SECTION 1. The following amount shall be expended from state sources for
2 public schools for the period July 1, 2001, through June 30, 2002:
4 General Fund $932,969,800
5 Public School Endowment Earnings
6 Reserve Fund Transfer 47,675,000
7 Federal Mineral Royalties 2,000,000
8 Liquor Control Fund 1,200,000
9 Cigarette/Tobacco and Lottery Income Taxes 4,700,000
10 Miscellaneous Receipts/Balances 4,300,000
11 TOTAL $992,844,800
12 SECTION 2. There is hereby appropriated from the General Fund for public
13 schools, the following amount to be transferred to the Public School Income
14 Fund for the period July 1, 2001, through June 30, 2002:
16 General Fund $932,969,800
17 SECTION 3. There is hereby appropriated from the Public School Income
18 Fund to be expended for the Educational Support Program pursuant to law and
19 the provisions of this act, an amount not to exceed $992,844,800 for the
20 period July 1, 2001, through June 30, 2002.
21 SECTION 4. Of the moneys appropriated in Section 3 of this act, the
22 amount necessary for the Unemployment Insurance Program shall be expended
23 according to Section 72-1349A, Idaho Code, for the period July 1, 2001,
24 through June 30, 2002.
25 SECTION 5. That Section 33-1004E, Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby
26 amended to read as follows:
27 33-1004E. DISTRICT'S SALARY-BASED APPORTIONMENT. Each district shall be
28 entitled to a salary-based apportionment calculated as provided in this sec-
30 1. To determine the apportionment for instructional staff, first deter-
31 mine the district average experience and education index by placing all eligi-
32 ble district certificated instructional employees on the statewide index pro-
33 vided in section 33-1004A, Idaho Code. The resulting average is the district
34 index. Districts with an index above the state average index shall receive
35 their actual index but not more than the state average plus .03 for the
36 1994-95 school year, and shall receive their actual index but not more than
37 the state average plus .06 for the 1995-96 school year, and thereafter shall
38 receive their actual district index. The district instructional staff index
39 shall be multiplied by the instructional base salary of $ 20,91523,210. The
40 amount so determined shall be multiplied by the district staff allowance for
41 instructional staff determined as provided in section 33-1004 2., Idaho Code.
42 If an instructional staff member has been certified by the national board for
43 professional teaching standards, the staff member shall be designated as a
44 master teacher and receive $2,000 per year for five (5) years. The instruc-
45 tional salary shall be increased by $2,000 for each master teacher. The
46 resulting amount is the district's salary-based apportionment for instruc-
47 tional staff. For purposes of this section, teachers qualifying for the salary
48 increase as master teacher shall be those who have been recognized as national
49 board certified teachers as of July 1 of each year.
50 2. To determine the apportionment for district administrative staff,
1 first determine the district average experience and education index by placing
2 all eligible certificated administrative employees on the statewide index pro-
3 vided in section 33-1004A, Idaho Code. The resulting average is the district
4 index. Districts with an index above the state average index shall receive
5 their actual index but not more than the state average plus .03 for the school
6 year 1994-95, and shall receive their actual index but not more than the state
7 average index plus .06 for the 1995-96 school year, and thereafter shall
8 receive their actual district index. The district administrative staff index
9 shall be multiplied by the base salary of $ 30,59933,760. The amount so deter-
10 mined shall be multiplied by the district staff allowance for administrative
11 staff determined as provided in section 33-1004 3., Idaho Code. The resulting
12 amount is the district's salary-based apportionment for administrative staff.
13 3. To determine the apportionment for classified staff, multiply
14 $ 16,23218,463 by the district classified staff allowance determined as pro-
15 vided in section 33-1004 4., Idaho Code. The amount so determined is the
16 district's apportionment for classified staff.
17 4. The district's salary-based apportionment shall be the sum of the
18 apportionments calculated in subsections 1., 2. and 3., of this section, plus
19 the benefit apportionment as provided in section 33-1004F, Idaho Code.
20 SECTION 6. The State Department of Education shall have the authority to
21 monitor and evaluate the use of funds appropriated to public school districts
22 for enhancement programs.
23 SECTION 7. Of the moneys appropriated in Section 3 of this act,
24 $10,400,000 shall be expended by the Superintendent of Public Instruction as
25 follows: $3,135,000 for ongoing expenditures and $7,000,000 for one-time
26 expenditures for the Public School Technology Grant Program upon direction of
27 the Idaho Council for Technology in Learning, in accordance with Section
28 33-4806, Idaho Code; and $265,000 to be transferred to the Library Services
29 Improvement Fund for the State Library's "Libraries Linking Idaho" (LiLI)
30 statewide database licensing project.
31 SECTION 8. Of the $10,400,000 referred to in Section 7 of this act, an
32 amount not to exceed $173,000 shall be expended by the Superintendent of Pub-
33 lic Instruction for staff support and various expenses related to the Idaho
34 Council for Technology in Learning as approved by the State Board of Educa-
36 SECTION 9. Of the moneys appropriated in Section 3 of this act, $425,000
37 shall be distributed by the Superintendent of Public Instruction as grants to
38 teachers or groups of teachers for the development of creative and innovative
39 instructional methods or curriculum.
40 SECTION 10. Of the moneys appropriated in Section 3 of this act,
41 $4,575,000 shall be distributed for support of programs for students with non-
42 English or limited-English proficiency as follows: $100,000 may be utilized by
43 the Superintendent of Public Instruction to study the costs and effectiveness
44 of education of Hispanics and other limited-English proficiency students. All
45 remaining funds shall be allocated to school districts pro rata based upon the
46 population of limited-English proficient students under criteria established
47 by the State Department of Education.
48 SECTION 11. Of the moneys appropriated in Section 3 of this act,
49 $2,000,000 shall be distributed by the State Superintendent of Public Instruc-
1 tion for a program of administrative and supervisory support, mentoring, peer
2 assistance and professional development. Payment shall be distributed to
3 school districts pro rata, pursuant to the provisions of Sections 33-514 and
4 33-514A, Idaho Code.
5 SECTION 12. Of the moneys appropriated in Section 3 of this act,
6 $4,700,000 shall be expended by the Superintendent of Public Instruction for
7 the Idaho Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program, from funds determined by avail-
8 able revenues accruing pursuant to Sections 63-2506 and 63-2552A, Idaho Code,
9 and other such moneys which may become available pursuant to Section 67-7439,
10 Idaho Code, for the period July 1, 2001, through June 30, 2002.
11 SECTION 13. The funds allocated for the Idaho Safe and Drug-Free Schools
12 Program referenced in Section 12 of this act shall be distributed as follows:
13 $100,000 may be utilized by the Superintendent of Public Instruction for pro-
14 gram administration, technical assistance and evaluation. Of the remaining
15 amount, ninety-five percent (95%) shall be distributed to each school district
16 through a combination of a base amount of $1,500 and a prorated amount based
17 on the prior year's average daily attendance. Of the remaining five percent
18 (5%), $80,000 shall be distributed on a one-time basis to the Commission on
19 Hispanic Affairs and used to encourage and direct Hispanic youth away from the
20 habitual use of tobacco, alcohol and other drugs by developing programs for
21 schools, families and communities, with the remainder used to make discretion-
22 ary grants as determined by the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Advisory
24 SECTION 14. It is legislative intent that the Idaho Safe and Drug-Free
25 Schools Program shall include the following:
26 (1) Districts will develop a policy and plan which will provide a guide
27 for their substance abuse program.
28 (2) Districts will have an advisory board to assist each district in mak-
29 ing decisions relating to the program.
30 (3) The districts' substance abuse programs will be comprehensive to meet
31 the needs of all students. This will include prevention programs, student
32 assistance programs that address early identification and referral, and
34 (4) Districts shall submit an annual evaluation of their program to the
35 State Department of Education as to the effectiveness of their program.
36 SECTION 15. Of the moneys appropriated in Section 3 of this act,
37 $1,000,000 shall be distributed for the following:
38 (1) Training of regular classroom teachers in working with children with
40 (2) Employing and training aides to assist regular classroom teachers in
41 working with children with disabilities;
42 (3) Employing substitute teachers whose employment allows regular class-
43 room teachers to be involved in college planning, parent contact, Individ-
44 ual Education Plan (IEP) development, curriculum and modification, or
45 other necessary activities directly related to meeting the needs of stu-
46 dents in regular education classrooms;
47 (4) Moneys in this section shall be distributed pro rata to the districts
48 as follows: fifty percent (50%) on the basis of the prior year's December
49 1 child count and fifty percent (50%) on the basis of the prior year's
50 average daily attendance.
51 These funds shall be used to supplement rather than supplant existing efforts
1 in the training of regular classroom teachers and the employment and training
2 of aides. The State Department of Education shall create a one page report to
3 be provided to the Legislature showing current individual district expendi-
4 tures in this area, as well as a breakdown of how these appropriated moneys
5 were spent. These funds shall not be used in any calculation or report to the
6 federal government that obligates a future appropriation of this amount or any
7 other amount.
8 SECTION 16. Of the moneys appropriated in Section 3 of this act, $600,000
9 shall be used as follows: $100,000 shall be allocated to study the effective-
10 ness and best practices of gifted and talented programs. The remainder shall
11 be distributed to train general education teachers, gifted/talented (G/T)
12 facilitators, administrators and/or parents to better meet the needs of
13 gifted/talented students. One-half (1/2) of these funds shall be allocated pro
14 rata based on each district's prior year total student enrollment compared to
15 the prior year total statewide enrollment. One-half (1/2) of these funds shall
16 be allocated based on the number of gifted/talented students identified and
17 served as indicated on the prior year's December 1 child count. The number of
18 gifted/talented students identified for purposes of this section shall not
19 exceed seven percent (7%) of the district's total student enrollment. No dis-
20 trict shall receive less than $500. Funds shall be distributed upon submission
21 and approval of an application submitted to the State Department of Education
22 demonstrating how in-service training will establish or improve identification
23 and service of gifted/talented students in the five (5) mandated talent areas.
24 The Superintendent of Public Instruction may reallocate any gifted/talented
25 funds that are left unrequested by school districts to all other school dis-
26 tricts that have requested gifted/talented funds, according to the distribu-
27 tion formula outlined in this section.
28 SECTION 17. Of the moneys appropriated in Section 3 of this act, there is
29 hereby appropriated the amount necessary for property tax replacement, to be
30 expended according to Section 33-1002D, Idaho Code, for the period July 1,
31 2001, through June 30, 2002.
32 SECTION 18. Of the moneys appropriated in Section 3 of this act, an
33 amount up to $418,000 shall be awarded to those instructional staff members
34 who have been recognized as master teachers by the National Board for Profes-
35 sional Teaching Standards, according to the provisions of Section 33-1004E,
36 Idaho Code.
37 SECTION 19. Whereas the Legislature recognizes that due to the reduction
38 of Public Employee Retirement System rates and the reduction of the estimated
39 support units used to establish budgets for Idaho's school districts, an addi-
40 tional and substantial amount of state discretionary funding per support unit
41 will become available. It is therefor the intent of the Legislature that this
42 additional state financial support, together with those amounts estimated in
43 the regular fiscal year 2002 budget, be utilized by the school districts as a
44 one-time supplement to discretionary funding needs.
45 SECTION 20. Of the moneys appropriated in Section 3 of this act,
46 $4,000,000 shall be used for literacy programs, as outlined in Sections
47 33-1614, 33-1615 and 33-1207A(2), Idaho Code.
48 SECTION 21. No full-time instructional employee employed by a school dis-
49 trict shall be paid less than the base salary amount for instructional staff
1 provided in Section 33-1004E, Idaho Code.
2 SECTION 22. Of the moneys appropriated in Section 3 of this act,
3 $8,000,000 shall be for the implementation of Achievement Standards estab-
4 lished under the provisions of the rules of the State Board of Education,
5 IDAPA 08.02.03. These funds shall be distributed according to formulas and
6 criteria established by the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
7 SECTION 23. Each school district board of trustees shall examine whether
8 school district employees are using personal funds to pay for classroom sup-
9 plies. If the board of trustees finds this to be true, then the board should
10 allocate up to twenty-five percent (25%) of any savings generated from
11 gainsharing credits allocated by the Public Employee Retirement System of
12 Idaho pursuant to Section 59-1309, Idaho Code, for the purchase of classroom
13 supplies. Any savings so allocated by a school district board of trustees
14 shall be considered specifically dedicated for such purpose by enactment of
15 the State Legislature for the purposes of any contract entered into by the
16 school district. Any savings so allocated by a school district board of
17 trustees shall be used to augment, and not replace, funds currently allocated
18 for the purchase of classroom supplies.
19 SECTION 24. An emergency existing therefore, which emergency is hereby
20 declared to exist, Section 23 of this act shall be in full force and effect on
21 and after passage and approval.
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE 212
FISCAL NOTE 212
FY 2001 FY 2002
I. STATE APPROPRIATION
A. Sources of Funds
1. General Fund "$873,464,900" "$932,969,800"
2. Dedicated Funds "$56,900,000" "$59,875,000"
3. TOTAL STATE APPROPRIATIONS "$930,364,900" "$992,844,800"
II. PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION
A. Statutory Requirements
1. Property Tax Replacement "$60,912,300" "$63,500,000" "$60,912,300" "$63,500,000"
2. Transportation "$50,440,100" "$54,391,000"
3. Border Contracts "$1,000,000" "$1,000,000"
4. Exceptional Contracts/Tuition
Equivalents "$2,500,000" "$2,500,000"
5. Floor "$1,300,000" "$1,200,000"
6. Program Adjustments "$300,000" "$300,000"
7. Salary-based Apportionment "$618,614,600" "$654,083,700"
8. Teacher Incentive Award "$180,000" "$418,000"
9. State Paid Employee Benefits "$113,930,000" "$115,014,200"
10. Early Retirement Program "$3,000,000" "$3,500,000"
11. Idaho Safe & Drug-Free Schools "$4,700,000" "$4,700,000"
12. Sub-total -- Statutory
Requirements "$856,877,000" "$900,606,900"
B. Building Student Success
1. Technology Grants "$10,400,000" "$10,400,000"
2. Innovative Teacher Grants "$425,000" "$425,000"
3. Idaho Reading Initiative "$4,000,000" "$4,000,000"
4. Limited English Proficiency (LEP)"$4,000,000" "$4,575,000"
5. Sub-total -- Building Student
Success "$18,825,000" "$19,400,000"
C. Professional Development
1. Least Restrictive Environment
(teacher training) "$1,000,000" "$1,000,000"
2. Gifted & Talented "$500,000" "$600,000"
3. Reading Improvement "$500,000" $0
4. Achievement Standards
Implementation $0 "$8,000,000"
5. Beginning Teacher Support Program "$2,000,000" "$2,000,000"
6. Sub-total -- Professional
Development "$4,000,000" "$11,600,000"
TOTAL CATEGORICAL EXPENDITURES "$879,702,000" "$931,606,900"
III. ADDITIONAL STATE FUNDS AVAILABLE "$50,662,900" "$61,237,900"
IV. ESTIMATED SUPPORT UNITS "12,625" "12,575"
V. STATE FUNDING PER SUPPORT UNIT
Safe Environment (statutory) $300 $300
Discretionary Funds "$3,713" "$4,570"
VI. STATE FUNDS PROVIDED ON SUPPORT
UNIT BASIS "$4,013" "$4,870"
Contact: Jason Hancock
Legislative Services Office
Budget and Policy Analysis
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE/FISCAL NOTE S 1182