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FY 2021 Budget Recommendations
For the 2021 Fiscal Year (July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021
In Millions of Dollars

Source: The FY 2020 Budget Bills and the Governor's Budget Proposal

General Revenue
Agencies FY 2020
Budget
Governor's
Rec.
Percent
Change
Legislature
Passed
Percent
Change
Debt Payments 16.5 16.4 -0.1% 16.4 -0.1%
Education 3,542.4 3,578.5 1.0% 3,537.8 -0.1%
Higher Education 944.1 951.6 0.8% 844.3 -10.6%
Revenue 64.8 69.7 7.6% 63.8 -1.6%
Transportation 168.6 117.8 -30.1% 88.4 -47.6%
Administration Office 235.3 233.6 -0.7% 225.4 -4.2%
Employee Benefits 679.8 702.5 3.3% 698.6 2.8%
Agriculture 5.5 5.8 6.0% 5.6 1.1%
Natural Resources 25.8 26.3 1.8% 23.8 -8.1%
Conservation 0.0 0.0 [na] 0.0 [na]
Economic Development 86.5 87.4 1.0% 65.4 -24.4%
Commerce 1.0 1.1 3.9% 1.0 2.0%
Labor 2.3 2.4 2.2% 2.4 3.0%
Public Safety 80.0 80.7 0.8% 77.2 -3.5%
Corrections 694.7 739.2 6.4% 710.8 2.3%
Mental Health 913.2 987.5 8.1% 938.4 2.8%
Health 387.4 410.1 5.9% 391.8 1.2%
Social Services 1,832.0 1,983.5 8.3% 1,893.1 3.3%
Elected Officials 70.2 71.6 1.9% 66.5 -5.2%
Judiciary 200.5 202.9 1.2% 198.4 -1.1%
Public Defender 48.5 49.3 1.8% 49.1 1.3%
General Assembly 38.2 38.8 1.5% 38.8 1.5%
Building Rent 73.9 75.2 1.7% 74.9 1.7%
TOTAL $10,111.0 $10,431.7 3.2% $10,011.7 -1.0%
 

All Funds
Agencies FY 2020
Budget
Governor's
Rec.
Percent
Change
Legislature
Passed
Percent
Change
Debt Payments 17.6 17.5 -0.1% 17.5 -0.1%
Education 6,273.1 6,344.7 1.1% 8,530.4 36.0%
Higher Education 1,336.7 1,337.9 0.1% 1,628.9 21.9%
Revenue 515.8 520.7 0.9% 512.9 -0.6%
Transportation 2,934.0 3,002.0 2.3% 3,068.6 4.6%
Administration Office 432.5 446.8 3.3% 533.5 23.3%
Employee Benefits 1,140.4 1,182.6 3.7% 1,253.9 10.0%
Agriculture 38.4 39.3 2.5% 59.1 53.9%
Natural Resources 618.6 616.2 -0.4% 626.7 1.3%
Conservation 170.6 169.4 -0.7% 167.6 -1.8%
Economic Development 240.1 241.6 0.6% 269.4 12.2%
Commerce 64.8 66.0 1.8% 65.6 1.1%
Labor 204.1 189.5 -7.2% 240.9 18.1%
Public Safety 752.5 765.5 1.7% 2,035.4 170.5%
Corrections 777.3 824.9 6.1% 803.9 3.4%
Mental Health 2,463.2 2,515.7 2.1% 2,461.6 -0.1%
Health 1,442.7 1,473.6 2.1% 1,750.8 21.4%
Social Services 9,621.9 10,196.7 6.0% 10,635.3 10.5%
Elected Officials 190.4 189.9 -0.2% 204.2 7.3%
Judiciary 227.6 231.5 1.7% 228.2 0.3%
Public Defender 51.6 53.0 2.6% 49.1 -4.8%
General Assembly 38.6 39.2 1.5% 39.2 1.5%
Building Rent 104.3 105.5 1.2% 105.2 1.2%
TOTAL $29,656.5 $30,569.7 3.1% $35,287.8 19.0%

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NOTES
COVID-19 Budget Notes

The $84 million appropriations cut in General Revenue appropriations from FY 2020 to FY 2021 is substantially below the $700 million what has been widely reported that the governor had said would be the shortfall.

Even if you base the reduction the governor's original recommendation for FY 2021, it would be a $404 million reduction -- not $700 million.

But legislative budget leaders have warned that there likely are going to be substantial future cuts in the FY 2021 spending plan.