Operating Budget Process
Sent to Governor
99th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Sent to Senate
Sent to Governor
Fitzpatrick, Scott (158)
Proposed Effective Date:
02/15/2018 - Referred: Budget(H)
Next House Hearing:
Hearing not scheduled
Bill currently not on a House calendar
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Budget & Appropriations Standing Committees
SUBCOMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS - AGRICULTURE, CONSERVATION, NATURAL RESOURCES, AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, Subcommittee
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SUBCOMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS - GENERAL ADMINISTRATION, Subcommittee
SUBCOMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS - HEALTH, MENTAL HEALTH, AND SOCIAL SERVICES, Subcommittee
SUBCOMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS - PUBLIC SAFETY, CORRECTIONS, TRANSPORTATION, AND REVENUE, Subcommittee
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The Governor proposes a budget which is sent to the House for consideration.
The Appropriation Committees report their recommendations to the Budget Committee.
The bills are considered and amended by the Budget Committee.
The Budget committee reports its recommendations to the House floor. The House perfects the appropriation bills through a process of amending.
All adopted amendments are included into the appropriation bills which are then printed again. The bills are then Third Read on the House floor.
Bills Third Read and Passed in the House are sent to the Senate for consideration and further amendment.
House and Senate Budget Conference Committee consider and amend bills sent to conference.
Once each bill is Truly Agreed to and Finally Passed by the House and Senate, it is sent to the Governor. The Governor may veto a bill in total, veto line-items, or allow the bill to pass. Vetoes may be overridden by votes of the House and Senate.