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Amended  IN  Senate  June 20, 2019
Amended  IN  Senate  June 14, 2019

CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE— 2019–2020 REGULAR SESSION

Assembly Bill
No. 105


Introduced by Assembly Member Ting

December 03, 2018


An act to amend the Budget Act of 2019 by amending Items 0530-001-0001, 4800-101-0001, 6440-001-0001, and 6610-001-0001 of of, and adding Item 0530-495 to, Section 2.00 of, and amending Section 39.00 of, that act, relating to the state budget, and making an appropriation therefor, to take effect immediately, budget bill.


LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL'S DIGEST


AB 105, as amended, Ting. Budget Act of 2019.
The Budget Act of 2019 made appropriations for the support of state government for the 2019–20 fiscal year.
This bill would amend the Budget Act of 2019 by amending items of appropriation and making other changes.
This bill would declare that it is to take effect immediately as a Budget Bill.
Vote: MAJORITY   Appropriation: YES   Fiscal Committee: YES   Local Program: NO  

The people of the State of California do enact as follows:


SECTION 1.

 Item 0530-001-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
0530-001-0001—For support of Secretary of California Health and Human Services ........................

6,889,000
23,489,000
Schedule:
(1)
0280-Secretary of California Health and Human Services ........................

9,341,000
25,941,000
(2)
Reimbursements to 0280-Secretary of California Health and Human Services ........................
−2,452,000
Provisions:
1.Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1), $5,000,000 is for the support of activities related to the Healthy California for All Commission. Notwithstanding any other law, these funds shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2021.
2.Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1), $2,200,000 is available in the 2019–20 fiscal year, $2,200,000 is available in the 2020–21 fiscal year, and $2,200,000 is available in the 2021–22 fiscal year, for the Early Childhood Policy Council pursuant to Article 14 (commencing with Section 8286) of Chapter 2 of Part 6 of Division 1 of Title 1 of the Education Code.
3.Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1), $5,000,000 if available for administration of the Master Plan for Early Learning and Care pursuant to Article 14 (commencing with Section 8286) of Chapter 2 of Part 6 of Division 1 of Title 1 of the Education Code. Notwithstanding any other law, these funds shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022.

SEC. 2.

 Item 0530-495 is added to Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019, to read:
0530-495—Reversion, Secretary of California Health and Human Services. As of June 30, 2019, the balances specified below of the appropriations provided in the following citations shall revert to the balances in the funds from which the appropriations were made.
0001—General Fund
(1)Item 0530-001-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018). $5,000,000 appropriated for the Commission on Health Care Delivery Systems in Program 0280-Secretary of California Health and Human Services.

SECTION 1.SEC. 3.

 Item 4800-101-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
4800-101-0001—For local assistance, California Health Benefit Exchange ........................
428,629,000
Schedule:
(1)4202-State Subsidy Program ........................ 428,629,000
Provisions:
1.Pursuant to Title 25 (commencing with Section 100800) of the Government Code and the program design adopted by the California Health Benefit Exchange in accordance with that title, the amount appropriated in this item shall provide advanceable premium assistance subsidies during the 2020 coverage year to individuals with projected and actual household incomes at or below 600 percent of the federal poverty level.
2.Of the amount available in this item, the program design, in accordance with Title 25 (commencing with Section 100800) of the Government Code, shall allocate approximately 17 percent to provide advanceable premium assistance subsidies to individuals with household incomes above 200 percent and at or below 400 percent of the federal poverty level and approximately 83 percent to provide advanceable premium assistance subsidies to individuals with household incomes at or below 138 percent of the federal poverty level and to individuals with household incomes above 400 percent and at or below 600 percent of the federal poverty level.
3.The Director of Finance may authorize an increase in this appropriation to pay all premium assistance subsidies authorized for the 2020 coverage year pursuant to the program design. Any augmentation under this provision shall be authorized no sooner than 10 days after notification in writing of the necessity thereof to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or not sooner than whatever lesser time after notification the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or the chairperson’s designee, may in each instance determine.
4.Notwithstanding any other law, funds appropriated for the 2020 coverage year pursuant to this item may be encumbered until December 31, 2021.

SEC. 2.SEC. 4.

 Item 6440-001-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
6440-001-0001—For support of University of California ........................
3,597,795,000
Schedule:
(1)
5440-Support ........................
3,597,795,000
Provisions:
1.
This appropriation is exempt from Sections 6.00 and 31.00.
2.(a)
The Regents of the University of California shall implement measures to reduce the university’s cost structure.
(b)
The Legislature finds and declares that many state employees hold positions with comparable scope of responsibilities, complexity, breadth of job functions, experience requirements, and other relevant factors to those employees designated to be in the Senior Management Group pursuant to existing Regents policy.
(c)(1)
Therefore, at a minimum, the Regents shall, when considering compensation for any employee designated to be in the Senior Management Group, use a market reference zone that includes state employees.
(2)
At a minimum, the Regents shall include in a market reference zone all comparable positions from the lists included in subdivision (l) of Section 8 of Article III of the California Constitution and Article 1 (commencing with Section 11550) of Chapter 6 of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code.
2.1.
Notwithstanding any other law, the Director of Finance may reduce funds appropriated in this item by an amount equal to the estimated Cal Grant and Middle Class Scholarship Program cost increases caused by a 2019–20 academic year increase in systemwide tuition. No reduction may be authorized pursuant to this provision sooner than 30 days after the Director of Finance provides notice of the intended reduction to the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee.
2.2.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,000,000 shall be used for the Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation.
3.(a)
The Controller shall transfer funds from this appropriation upon receipt of a report from the Department of Finance indicating the amount of debt service anticipated to become due and payable in the fiscal year associated with state general obligation bonds issued for university projects.
(b)
The Controller shall return funds to this appropriation upon receipt of a report from the Department of Finance.
4.
Payments made by the state to the University of California for each month from July through April shall not exceed one-twelfth of the amount appropriated in this item, less the amount that is expected to be transferred pursuant to Provision 3. Transfers of funds pursuant to Provision 3 shall not be considered payments made by the state to the university.
5.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $119,800,000 shall be available to support operational costs.
5.2.(a)Of the funds appropriated in this item, $15,000,000 shall be available to support meal donation programs, food pantries serving students, CalFresh enrollment, and other means of directly providing nutrition assistance to students. The funds shall also be used to assist homeless and housing-insecure students in securing stable housing.
(b)The University of California shall report to the Department of Finance and relevant policy and fiscal committees of the Legislature by March 1, 2020, and each year thereafter regarding the use of funds specified in this provision. The report shall include, but not necessarily be limited to, all of the following information:
(1)The amount of funds distributed to campuses, and identification of which campuses received funds.
(2)For each campus, a programmatic budget summarizing how the funds were spent. The budget shall include any other funding used to supplement the General Fund.
(3)A description of the types of programs in which each campus invested.
(4)A list of campuses that accept or plan to accept electronic benefit transfer.
(5)A list of campuses that participate or plan to participate in the CalFresh Restaurant Meals Program.
(6)A list of campuses that offer or plan to offer emergency housing or assistance with long-term housing arrangements.
(7)A description of how campuses leveraged or coordinated with other state or local resources to address housing and food insecurity.
(8)An analysis describing how funds reduced food insecurity and homelessness among students, and, if feasible, how funds impacted student outcomes such as persistence or completion.
(9)Other findings and best practices implemented by campuses.
5.3.(a)Of the funds appropriated in this item, $10,000,000 shall be available to continue support of 2018–19 enrollment growth.
(b)Of the funds appropriated in this item, $49,900,000 shall be available to support the enrollment of 4,860 California resident undergraduate students by 2020–21 above 2018–19 levels.
5.4.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $5,300,000 shall be available to increase student mental health resources.
5.6.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $2,500,000 shall be available for the creation or expansion of equal opportunity employment programs. Funding shall be distributed to selected departments on campuses seeking to create or expand equal employment opportunity programs.
6.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $143,536,000 shall be expended to address deferred maintenance projects that represent critical infrastructure deficiencies. Of this amount, up to $5,000,000 may be used to support an assessment of the University of California’s facilities needs. The amount allocated shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022. The Department of Finance shall notify the Joint Legislative Budget Committee 30 days before the release of funds and provide a list of projects and associated costs that the University of California plans to support with these funds.
6.2.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $6,000,000 shall be expended for outreach to low-income students and students from underrepresented minority groups, including students who were enrolled in high schools in which the enrollment of students who were unduplicated pupils as defined in Section 42238.02 of the Education Code is more than 75 percent of the total enrollment.
6.3.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $3,500,000 shall be available on a one-time basis to the University of California San Francisco Dyslexia Center to support a dyslexia screening and early intervention pilot program.
6.4.
(a)Of the funds appropriated in this item, $3,500,000 shall be available to support rapid rehousing efforts assisting homeless and housing insecure students.
(b)Campuses shall establish ongoing partnerships with community organizations that have a tradition of helping populations experiencing homelessness to provide wrap-around services and rental subsidies for students. Funds appropriated in the item may be used for, but authorized uses are not limited to, the following activities:
(1)Connecting students with community case managers who have knowledge and expertise in accessing safety net resources.
(2)Establishing ongoing emergency housing procedures, including on-campus and off-campus resources.
(3)Providing emergency grants that are necessary to secure housing or to prevent the imminent loss of housing.
(c)Funding shall be allocated to campuses based on demonstrated need.
(d)The terms “homeless” and “housing insecure” shall be defined as students who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence. This includes students who are:
(1)Sharing the housing of other persons due to loss of housing, economic hardship, or a similar reason.
(2)Living in motels, hotels, trailer parks, or camping grounds due to the lack of alternative adequate accommodations.
(3)Living in emergency or transitional shelters.
(4)Abandoned in hospitals.
(5)Living in a primary nighttime residence that is a public or private place not designed for or ordinarily used as a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings.
(6)Living in cars, parks, public spaces, abandoned buildings, substandard housing, bus or train stations, or similar settings.
(e)The University of California shall submit a report to the Director of Finance and, in conformity with Section 9795 of the Government Code, to the Legislature by July 15, 2020, and annually thereafter, regarding the use of these funds, including the number of coordinators hired, number of students served by campus, distribution of funds by campus, a description of the types of programs funded, and other relevant outcomes, such as the number of students that were able to secure permanent housing, and whether students receiving support remained enrolled at the institution or graduated.
6.5.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $4,000,000 shall be used by the University of California to provide summer-term financial aid to any student who is eligible for state financial aid and is a California resident, including students receiving an exemption from nonresident tuition pursuant to Section 68130.5 of the Education Code. These funds shall be used to supplement and not supplant existing funds provided by the University of California for summer-term financial aid. The Legislature finds and declares that this provision is a state law within the meaning of subdivision (d) of Section 1621 of Title 8 of the United States Code.
6.55.(a)The funding provided in Provision 6.5 shall be suspended on December 31, 2021, unless the condition in subdivision (b) applies.
(b)The suspension shall not take effect if the estimates of General Fund revenues and expenditures for the 2021-22 and 2022-23 fiscal years, as determined pursuant to Section 12.5 of Article IV of the California Constitution that accompany the May Revision required to be released by May 14, 2021, pursuant to Section 13308 of the Government Code, contain estimated annual General Fund revenues that exceed estimated annual General Fund expenditures for the 2021-22 and 2022-23 fiscal years, by an amount equal to or greater than the sum total of all General Fund appropriations for all programs subject to suspension pursuant to this act and all bills providing for appropriations related to this act.
(c)It is the intent of the Legislature to consider alternative solutions to restore this program if the suspension takes effect.
6.6.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,299,000 shall be allocated for a statewide grant program expanding the number of primary care and emergency medicine residency slots.
6.7.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,915,000 shall be used for the Statewide Database, and shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure through June 30, 2022.
6.8.Commencing with the 2019–20 fiscal year, the University of California and the University of California Davis campus shall not assess administrative costs or charges against the funds previously appropriated for support of subdivision (c) of Provision 4.2 of Item 6440-001-0001 of Chapter 23 of the Statutes of 2016. It is the intent of the Legislature that funds previously appropriated for support of subdivision (c) of Provision 4.2 of Item 6440-001-0001 of Chapter 23 of the Statutes of 2016 be directly allocated by the University of California to the University of California Davis Firearms Violence Research Center.
6.9.(a)Of the funds appropriated in this item, $15,000,000 shall be available on a one-time basis to develop or expand degree and certificate completion programs at University of California extension centers. The amount shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2024.
(b)Programs supported by this appropriation, at a minimum, shall meet the following conditions:
(1)Tuition and fees for the programs developed with these funds shall be commensurate with, or less than, the cost of providing the instruction. It is the intent of the Legislature that the cost to students of degree or certificate programs developed with these funds shall not exceed a reasonable proportion of the students’ wage or salary increase anticipated within the first ten years of expected employment following the completion of a degree or certificate.
(2)The University of California shall not use these funds to contract, directly or indirectly, with non-public, third-party entities, including but not limited to private for-profit and private non-profit institutions.
(c)The University of California shall submit, 30 days prior to the release of funds provided pursuant to this provision, a plan to the Department of Finance and the Joint Legislative Budget Committee that includes:
(1)A budget plan and description of how funds will be used for initial planning, curriculum development, outreach, and other start-up costs for the new or expanded programs.
(2)Types of certificates, degrees and programs the University of California plans to develop or expand, which University of California extension locations will offer these programs, and how these programs meet regional labor market needs and student demand.
(3)The tuition and fees for each certificate, degree and program.
(4)The estimated number of students, by extension campus location and home institution, that will participate in the program.
(5)Information on types of financial aid, including state, federal, and institutional financial aid and loans that students in these programs may be eligible to receive.
(6)A long-term plan that describes how these programs will be self-supported after the initial start-up.
(d)The University of California shall report biennially, beginning on June 30, 2021, to the Department of Finance and relevant policy and fiscal committees of the Legislature regarding all University of California extension programs. The report shall, at a minimum, include:
(1)A description of each extension program and how it meets regional labor market needs and student demand.
(2)A description of current re-entry options and programs, and recommendations on how to improve access and success in these programs.
(3)The completion rates of programs developed.
(4)The total cost of attendance for extension programs.
(5)The number of students and financial aid recipients, by campus and program that complete their degree or program.
(6)Demographics of students served, disaggregated by race, ethnicity, gender, age, and other factors, provided that disaggregating the data by these categories does not yield results that would reveal personally identifiable information about an individual student.
(7)An explanation of the circumstances under which extension students may use federal grants and loans for these programs, pursuant to Title IV of the Higher Education Act.
(8)The estimated number of financial aid recipients, disaggregated by financial award type and the average financial award amount.
(9)A list of contracts with third-party entities used by University of California extension for educational programs, including but not limited to contracts for the development of course materials, administration of the programs, or the provision of instruction. For purposes of this paragraph, “third-party entities” does not include California community colleges, the California State University or the University of California.
6.95.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $250,000 shall be allocated on a one-time basis for the Underground Scholars Initiative at the University of California Berkeley campus.
7.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $6,000,000 is provided on a one-time basis to establish the University of California and California State University Collaborative for Neurodiversity and Learning.
7.1.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,500,000 shall be allocated on a one-time basis to the Center for Labor Research and Education at the University of California Berkeley campus.
7.2.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $3,850,000 is provided on a one-time basis for allocation to the University of California, Davis Firearms Violence Research Center to support firearms injury and death prevention training.
7.3.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $10,000,000 is provided on a one-time basis to support conservation genomics.
7.4.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $2,000,000 is provided on a one-time basis for grants administered by the Wildlife Health Center at the Davis campus to local marine mammal stranding networks.
7.5.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,000,000 is provided on a one-time basis to support the University of California Davis Bulosan Center for Filipino Studies.
7.6.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $2,000,000 is provided on a one-time basis to support the Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies Department at the University of California Berkeley.
7.7.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,200,000 is provided on a one-time basis to establish the Marcus Foster doctoral fellowship program at the University of California Berkeley Graduate School of Education.
7.8.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $2,500,000 is provided on a one-time basis to support the University of California Los Angeles Latino Policy and Politics Initiative.
7.9.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $3,500,000 is provided on a one-time basis to support the University of California Los Angeles Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies.
8.(a)Of the funds appropriated in this item, $7,500,000 shall be allocated on a one-time basis to the Charles R. Drew University for the following purposes:
(1)$5,000,000 for enrollment growth and student support services.
(2)$2,500,000 for academic facilities upgrades.
(b)These funds shall be used to supplement and not supplant existing funds provided by the University of California to the Charles R. Drew University.
9.Notwithstanding Section 92495 of the Education Code, the University of California is authorized to pursue a medical school project at the Riverside campus pursuant to Sections 92493 to 92496, inclusive, of the Education Code. It is the intent of the Legislature that this item be augmented in subsequent fiscal years to support the debt service for bonds associated with this project.
10.Notwithstanding Section 92495 of the Education Code, the University of California is authorized to pursue a medical school project at, or near, the Merced campus pursuant to Sections 92493 to 92496, inclusive, of the Education Code. It is the intent of the Legislature that this item be augmented in subsequent budget years to support the debt service for bonds associated with this project.

SEC. 3.SEC. 5.

 Item 6610-001-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
6610-001-0001—For support of California State University ........................
4,296,054,000
Schedule:
(1)
5560-Support ........................
4,296,054,000
Provisions:
1.
This appropriation is exempt from Sections 6.00 and 31.00.
1.1.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $193,000,000 is provided to support operational costs.
1.2.(a)Of the funds appropriated in this item, $85,000,000 is for enrollment of an additional 10,000 full-time equivalent resident undergraduate students beginning in the 2019–20 academic year, compared to the number of full-time equivalent students enrolled in the 2018–19 academic year.
(b)It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be used to enroll new students at the university.
1.3.(a)
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $75,000,000 is provided for the Graduation Initiative, of which $30,000,000 is provided on a one-time basis.
(b)
As a condition of receiving these funds, the California State University shall report to the Legislature by January 15, 2021, regarding:
(1)
The amount each California State University campus spent on the Graduation Initiative in 2019–20.
(2)
How specifically these funds were spent in 2019–20.
(3)
A narrative on how these spending activities are linked to research on best practices for student success.
(4)
Campus data indicating whether these activities are achieving their desired effect.
(5)
A description for each campus on its efforts and spending activity to close the achievement gap for low-income students, historically underrepresented students, and first-generation college students.
(6)
Growth in management, faculty, and support staff positions in 2019–20 when compared to 2018–19, and how this employee growth advances student success.
1.4.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $3,300,000 is provided to support Project Rebound. As a condition of receiving these funds, the California State University shall, no later than April 1, 2020, and annually each year thereafter, report to the Department of Finance and the relevant policy and fiscal committees of the Legislature regarding the California State University’s use of these funds, program enrollment, and student outcomes. The report shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
(a)An expenditure plan.
(b)The amount of other funds, including Graduation Initiative funding and philanthropic grants, each campus is using to support Project Rebound students in 2019–20.
(c)A description of educational and support services each Project Rebound campus provides to students and potential students.
(d)How Project Rebound programs coordinate with other campus student support services and statewide and local programs available to formerly incarcerated individuals.
(e)Student enrollment in Project Rebound, disaggregated by race, ethnicity, gender, and age, as well as first-time freshmen, transfer students, undergraduate students, and graduate students.
(f)Outcomes associated with the program, including student retention, graduation, and recidivism rates.
(g)Any plans to expand Project Rebound to other California State University campuses.
1.45.(a)Of the amount appropriated in this item, $35,000,000 shall be expended to increase the number of tenure-track faculty pursuant to the Graduation Initiative. Funds shall be used to hire full-time, tenure-track faculty above and beyond the university’s 11,228 current tenure-track faculty. The California State University shall give consideration to qualified existing lecturers that apply for tenure-track faculty positions.
(b)By October 2019 the California State University shall provide a plan to the Legislature for allocating the funds designated in subdivision (a) to campuses and their expected hiring amounts.
(c)No later than December 1, 2020, and every two years thereafter until funds are fully allocated, the California State University shall report to the Legislature on how the funding allocated in this provision was spent to increase the number of tenure-track faculty.
(d)The California State University shall use evidence-based equal employment opportunity practices to improve faculty diversity for the purposes of reflecting the student population enrolled at the California State University.
1.5.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, the following amounts are provided on a one-time basis:
(a)
$239,000,000 for deferred maintenance costs or to expand campus-based childcare facility infrastructure to support student parents. The Department of Finance shall notify the Joint Legislative Budget Committee 30 days before the release of funds and provide a list of projects to be supported by these funds.
(b)
$15,000,000 for basic needs partnerships. The California State University shall report to the Department of Finance and relevant policy and fiscal committees of the Legislature by March 1, 2020, regarding the use of funds specified in this subdivision. The report shall include, but not necessarily be limited to, all of the following information:
(1)The amount of funds distributed to campuses, and identification of which campuses received funds.
(2)For each campus, a programmatic budget summarizing how the funds were spent. The budget shall include any other funding used to supplement the General Fund.
(3)A description of the types of programs in which each campus invested.
(4)A list of campuses that accept or plan to accept electronic benefit transfer.
(5)A list of campuses that participate or plan to participate in the CalFresh Restaurant Meals Program.
(6)A list of campuses that offer or plan to offer emergency housing or assistance with long-term housing arrangements.
(7)A description of how campuses leveraged or coordinated with other state or local resources to address housing and food insecurity.
(8)An analysis describing how funds reduced food insecurity and homelessness among students, and, if feasible, how funds impacted student outcomes such as persistence or completion.
(9)Other findings and best practices implemented by campuses.
(c)$2,000,000 for the Office of the Chancellor of the California State University, in consultation with the Department of Finance, to undertake a review of a potential California State University campus in Concord, Chula Vista, Palm Desert, and the County of San Mateo. By July 1, 2020, the Office of the Chancellor of the California State University shall report to the Director of Finance and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee on the potential need for new California State University campuses located in each of those identified regions. The reports shall, at a minimum, include the following:
(1)Anticipated benefits of new California State University campuses in the identified regions, including benefits to local students, the regional economy, and students across the state.
(2)Information on how potential campuses in the identified regions would affect the long-term plans of the Board of Trustees of the California State University, including (i) the projected enrollment demand from local public and private high schools; (ii) the projected enrollment demand from local community colleges; and (iii) the estimated effects on existing California Community College, California State University, and University of California campuses.
(3)Impacts of potential campuses on the California State University’s capital expenditure debt limitations pursuant to Section 89773 of the Education Code.
(4)An initial identification of sites available for potential campuses in the identified regions.
(5)A timeline for the development of each of the potential campuses in the identified regions, including, at a minimum, the timeframes when (i) potential campus sites would be approved for an environmental impact report; (ii) a capital outlay plan would be submitted for review by the Department of Finance; (iii) a president would be chosen for the campus; (iv) a curriculum would be developed that places a focus on graduating first-time freshmen students in four years and transfer students in two years; (v) staff and faculty would be hired; and (vi) the campus would be expected to start enrolling new students.
(6)A description of how campuses in the identified regions are expected to affect the California State University’s automatic redirection policies established pursuant to Chapter 14 of the Statutes of 2017.
(7)An enrollment plan for the new university that incorporates the long-range enrollment projection needs of the state.
(8)Initial estimates of the financial cost for the potential campuses, including capital outlay and ongoing operational expenses.
(d)$2,000,000 for the Office of the Chancellor of the California State University, in consultation with the Department of Finance, to undertake a review of a potential California State University campus in San Joaquin County. The California State University Chancellor’s Office shall report to the Director of Finance and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee by July 1, 2020, on the potential need for a California State University campus located in San Joaquin County. The report shall, at a minimum, include:
(1)Anticipated benefits of a California State University campus in the County of San Joaquin, including benefits to local students, the regional economy, and students across the state.
(2)Information on how a potential campus in the County of San Joaquin would affect the long-term plans of the California State University Board Of Trustees, including the following:
(A)Projected enrollment demand from local public and private high schools.
(B)Projected enrollment demand from local community colleges.
(C)Estimated effects on existing California Community College, California State University, and University of California campuses.
(3)Impacts of a potential County of San Joaquin campus on the California State University’s capital expenditure debt limitations pursuant to Section 89773 of the Education Code.
(4)An initial identification of sites available for the potential campus.
(5)A timeline for the development of the potential campus, including timeframes when, at minimum:
(A)Potential campus sites would be approved for an environmental impact report.
(B)A capital outlay plan would be submitted to the Department of Finance for review.
(C)A president would be chosen for the campus.
(D)A curriculum would be developed that places a focus on graduating first-time freshmen students in four years and transfer students in two years.
(E)Staff and faculty would be hired.
(F)The campus would be expected to start enrolling new students.
(6)A description of how a campus in the County of San Joaquin is expected to affect the California State University’s automatic redirection policies established pursuant to Chapter 14 of the Statutes of 2017.
(7)An enrollment plan for the new university that incorporates the long-range enrollment projection needs of the state.
(8)Initial estimates of the potential campus' financial costs, including one-time capital outlay and ongoing operational expenses.
(e)$740,000 to support a First Star Foster Youth Program Cohort and the California State University, Sacramento.
(f)$3,000,000 to establish a California State University Center to Close Achievement Gaps.
(g)$3,000,000 for the California State University to increase enrollment in graduate specialist programs in speech and language pathology. These funds shall be available for four years. By July 1, 2021, and July 1, 2023, the Office of the Chancellor of the California State University shall report to the Legislature regarding the number or enrollees, graduates, and job placement.
(h)$5,000,000 for the California State University, Channel Islands to develop a childcare center.
(i)$11,500,000 for the California Council on Science and Technology Policy Fellows Program.
(j)$3,000,000 for the California State University Council on Ocean Affairs, Science, and Technology.
(k)$700,000 for the Mervyn Dymally Institute, located at the California State University, Dominguez Hills.
(l)$250,000 for the California State University, San Jose to plan for a mixed-use housing project.
1.6.(a)Of the funds appropriated in this item, $6,500,000 shall be available to support rapid rehousing efforts assisting homeless and housing insecure students.
(b)Campuses shall establish ongoing partnerships with community organizations that have a tradition of helping populations experiencing homelessness to provide wrap-around services and rental subsidies for homeless and housing insecure students. Funds appropriated in this item may be used for, but are not limited to, the following authorized activities:
(1)Connecting students with community case managers who have knowledge and expertise in accessing safety net resources.
(2)Establishing ongoing emergency housing procedures, including on-campus and off-campus resources.
(3)Providing emergency grants that are necessary to secure housing or to prevent the imminent loss of housing.
(c)Funding shall be allocated to campuses based on demonstrated need.
(d)“Homeless” and “housing insecure” mean students who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence. This includes students who are:
(1)Sharing the housing of other persons due to loss of housing, economic hardship, or a similar reason.
(2)Living in motels, hotels, trailer parks, or camping grounds due to the lack of alternative adequate accommodations.
(3)Living in emergency or transitional shelters.
(4)Abandoned in hospitals.
(5)Living in a primary nighttime residence that is a public or private place not designed for or ordinarily used as a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings.
(6)Living in cars, parks, public spaces, abandoned buildings, substandard housing, bus or train stations, or similar settings.
(e)By July 15, 2020, and annually thereafter, the California State University shall submit a report to the Director of Finance and, in conformity with Section 9795 of the Government Code, to the Legislature regarding the use of these funds, including the number of coordinators hired, the number of students served by campus, the distribution of funds by campus, a description of the types of programs funded, and other relevant outcomes, such as the number of students who were able to secure permanent housing, and whether students receiving support remained enrolled at the institution or graduated.
1.7.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $6,000,000 shall be used by the California State University to provide summer-term financial aid to any student who is eligible for state financial aid and who is a California resident, including students receiving an exemption from nonresident tuition pursuant to Section 68130.5 of the Education Code. These funds shall be used to supplement and not supplant existing funds provided by the California State University for summer-term financial aid. The Legislature finds and declares that this provision is a state law within the meaning of Section 1621(d) of Title 8 of the United States Code.
1.75.(a)The funding provided in Provision 1.7 shall be suspended on December 31, 2021, unless the condition in subdivision (b) applies.
(b)The suspension shall not take effect if the estimates of General Fund revenues and expenditures for the 2021–22 and 2022–23 fiscal years, as determined pursuant to Section 12.5 of Article IV of the California Constitution that accompany the May Revision required to be released by May 14, 2021, pursuant to Section 13308 of the Government Code contain estimated annual General Fund revenues that exceed estimated annual General Fund expenditures for the 2021–22 and 2022–23 fiscal years, by an amount equal to or greater than the sum total of all General Fund appropriations for all programs subject to suspension pursuant to this act and all bills providing for appropriations related to this act.
(c)It is the intent of the Legislature to consider alternative solutions to restore this program if the suspension takes effect.
2.(a)
The Controller shall transfer funds from this appropriation as follows:
(1)
For base rental as and when provided for in the schedule submitted by the State Public Works Board. Notwithstanding the payment dates in any related Facility Lease or Indenture, the schedule may provide for an earlier transfer of funds to ensure debt requirements are met and pay base rental in full when due.
(2)
For additional rental no later than 30 days after enactment of this budget, $58,000 of the amount appropriated in this item to the Expense Account in the Public Buildings Construction Fund.
(3)
For debt service anticipated to become due and payable in the fiscal year associated with state general obligation bonds issued for university projects upon receipt of any report from the Department of Finance.
(b)
The Controller shall return funds to this appropriation if directed pursuant to a report from the Department of Finance.
2.1.
Notwithstanding any other law, the Director of Finance may reduce funds appropriated in this item by an amount equal to the estimated Cal Grant and Middle Class Scholarship program cost increases caused by a 2019–20 academic year increase in systemwide tuition. A reduction shall not be authorized pursuant to this provision sooner than 30 days after the Director of Finance provides notice of the intended reduction to the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee.
3.
Payments made by the state to the California State University for each month from July through April shall not exceed one-twelfth of the amount appropriated in this item, less the amount that is expected to be transferred pursuant to Provision 2. Transfers of funds pursuant to Provision 2 shall not be considered payments made by the state to the university.

SEC. 4.SEC. 6.

 Section 39.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:

SEC. 39.00.

 The Legislature hereby finds and declares that the following bills are other bills providing for appropriations related to the Budget Bill within the meaning of subdivision (e) of Section 12 of Article IV of the California Constitution: AB 75, AB 76, AB 77, AB 78, AB 80, AB 81, AB 82, AB 83, AB 84, AB 85, AB 87, AB 90, AB 91, AB 92, AB 94, AB 95, AB 96, AB 97, AB 100, AB 101, AB 102, AB 103, AB 104, SB 75, SB 76, SB 77, SB 78, SB 80, SB 81, SB 82, SB 83, SB 84, SB 85, SB 87, SB 90, SB 91, SB 92, SB 94, SB 95, SB 96, SB 97, SB 101, SB 102, SB 103, SB 104, and SB 105.

SEC. 5.SEC. 7.

 This act is a Budget Bill within the meaning of subdivision (e) of Section 12 of Article IV of the California Constitution and shall take effect immediately.