Judiciary; Appropriation

Amends the 1999 Judiciary appropriations bill to provide
operating and capital improvements moneys for the Judiciary in
the fiscal year 2000-2001. (HB2650 HD1)

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 1      SECTION 1.  This Act shall be known and may be cited as the
 2 Judiciary Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2000.
 3      SECTION 2.  This Act amends Act 156, Session Laws of Hawaii
 4 1999.
 5      SECTION 3.  Part II, Act 156, Session Laws of Hawaii 1999,
 6 is amended to read as follows:
 8      SECTION 3.  The following sums, or so much thereof as may be
 9 sufficient to accomplish the purposes and programs designated
10 herein, are appropriated or authorized from the sources of
11 funding specified to the judiciary for the fiscal biennium
12 beginning July 1, 1999, and ending June 30, 2001.  The total
13 expenditures and the number of permanent positions established in
14 each fiscal year of the fiscal biennium shall not exceed the sums
15 and the position ceilings indicated for each year, except as
16 provided in this Act.
17      SECTION 4.  Part III, Session Laws of Hawaii 1999, is
18 amended by adding a new section to read as follows:
19      "SECTION 8.1.  Provided that of the general fund
20 appropriation for administrative services (JUD 201), not more

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 1 than $400,000 for fiscal year 2001 shall be expended for on-line
 2 personnel management; provided further that the judiciary shall
 3 provide a report on implementation and cost-benefit analysis to
 4 the legislature no later than twenty days prior to the convening
 5 of the 2001 session."
 6      SECTION 5.  Part IV, Act 156, Session Laws of Hawaii 1999,
 7 is amended to read as follows:
 9      SECTION 9.  The sum of [$33,870,000] $40,660,000
10 appropriated or authorized in part II of this Act for capital
11 improvement projects shall be expended by the judiciary for the
12 projects listed below; provided that several related or similar
13 projects may be combined into a single project if a combination
14 is advantageous or convenient for implementation; and provided
15 further that the total cost of the projects thus combined shall
16 not exceed the total of the sums specified for the projects
17 separately.  (The amount after each cost element and the total
18 funding for each project listed in this part are in thousands of
19 dollars.)
20      SECTION 6.  Part V, Act 156, Session Laws of Hawaii 1999, is
21 amended by amending section 10 to read as follows:
22                    "PART V.  ISSUANCE OF BONDS
23      SECTION 10.  General obligation bonds may be issued, as

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 1 provided by law, to yield the amount that may be necessary to
 2 finance projects authorized in part II and listed in part IV of
 3 this Act; provided that the sum total of the general obligation
 4 bonds so issued shall not exceed [$33,870,000.] $40,660,000."
 5      SECTION 7.  Act 156, Session Laws of Hawaii 1999, is amended
 6 by adding a new section to read as follows:
 7      "SECTION 10A.  Any law to the contrary notwithstanding the
 8 appropriation under Act 155, Session Laws of Hawaii 1997, section
 9 13, as amended and renumbered by Act 126, Session Laws of Hawaii
10 1998, section 5, in the amounts indicated or balances thereof,
11 unallotted, unencumbered, and unrequired, are hereby lapsed:
12      Item No.                           Amount    (MOF)
13      JUD 201-1                         2,963,000    C"
14      SECTION 8.  If any portion of this Act or its application to
15 any person or circumstances is held to be invalid for any reason,
16 the remainder of the Act and any provision thereof shall not be
17 affected.  If any portion of a specific appropriation is held to
18 be invalid for any reason, the remaining portion shall be
19 independent of the invalid portion and shall be expended to
20 fulfill the objective and intent of the appropriation to the
21 extent possible.
22      SECTION 9.  If any manifest clerical, typographical, or
23 other mechanical error is found in this Act, the chief justice is

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 1 authorized to correct the error.  All changes made pursuant to
 2 this section shall be reported to the legislature at its next
 3 session.
 4      SECTION 10.  Statutory material to be repealed is bracketed.
 5 New statutory material is underscored.
 6      SECTION 11.  This Act shall take effect on July 1, 2000.