HB15-1109

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HB15-1109 - Additional SB09-228 Transfers To HUTF & Cap Constr

Postponed Indefinitely
Concerning Additional Automatic Transfers From The General Fund To Cash Funds For State Infrastructure.

Under current law, the state treasurer is required to transfer a percentage of the total general fund revenues to the capital construction fund and the highway users tax fund once a trigger based on economic growth occurs (required transfers). The required transfers will be made for each state fiscal year in a 5-year period, but the amount of the transfers for a state fiscal year may be reduced or eliminated if the state has to refund excess state revenues under the taxpayer's bill of rights. In general, if the refund is greater than 1.5% but less than 3% of the total general fund revenues, then the required transfers are halved, and if it is greater than 3%, then the required transfers are eliminated altogether.

For each state fiscal year that the required transfers are reduced or eliminated, the bill adds on another year of transfers to the capital construction fund and the highway users tax fund. Therefore, there will be 5 fiscal years with the full statutory transfers to the funds, regardless of the number of fiscal years that it takes to do so.

Latest update: May 1, 2015
05/01/2015 House Committee on Appropriations Postpone Indefinitely
04/30/2015 House Committee on Finance Refer Unamended to Appropriations
01/15/2015 Introduced In House - Assigned to Finance + Appropriations