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State of California info – but they are not the only ones doing it this way – (my note)

The goal of the CTS is to have all idle State money invested each day. This goal is accomplished by: (1) completing daily, weekly and monthly forecasts of agency revenue collections and disbursements and analyzing their impact on the Treasurer’s Pooled Money Investment Portfolio,

(and)

The Division also administers the Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) and Pre-Sort Deposit Contracts, both of which involve the collection of over $140 billion in state revenue.

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0950 State Treasurer
Program Descriptions


10 – INVESTMENT SERVICES

The Investment Division is responsible for investment of state monies from the date of receipt through the date of redemption. During the 2008-09 fiscal year, this Division handled 8,552 security investment transactions totaling $312.2 billion. The Pooled Money Investment Board program accounted for 5,185 of these transactions totaling $254.2 billion; time deposits accounted for 2,161 transactions totaling $52.6 billion. The remaining $5.4 billion is invested on behalf of the state’s special funds, such as those associated with the California Housing Finance Agency, the Department of Fish and Game, the state’s retirement system, etc. The Division also administers the Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF), a voluntary investment program created to offer California local agencies greater access to the financial markets through the Pooled Money Investment Board program. In the 2008-09 fiscal year, 2,746 local agencies participated in LAIF, with deposits averaging $23.7 billion for the fiscal year.

http://www.ebudget.ca.gov/StateAgencyBudgets/0010/0950/program_description_10.html

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0950 State Treasurer
Program Descriptions

35 – SECURITIES MANAGEMENT

The Securities Management Division consists of the Securities Clearance Section and the Debt and Collateral Management Section.

The Division is responsible for the clearance, settlement, income collection, and accountability of all securities:(1) purchased or sold for investment by the State Treasurer, (2) pledged to the State Treasurer to secure the performance of an act or duty, and (3) held as collateral for the Treasurer’s Time and Demand Deposit Programs. Securities are held in outside depositories as well as the State Vault.

The Division manages the State’s fiscal agent accounts, including debt service payments on Book-Entry bonds to the Trust Depository and certificated bonds to the fiscal agent bank, payments for Revenue Anticipation Notes (RANs) and Warrants (RAWs), and performs the accountability and reconciliation on Debt Service Reporting, Un-presented Accountability and Cash Accountability.

The Division is also responsible for: (1) safekeeping personal property and other items in the State Vault at the request of State Agencies, (2) providing custody and protection of securities inside the Vault, and (3) providing Vault tours for students, dignitaries and legislators.

http://www.ebudget.ca.gov/StateAgencyBudgets/0010/0950/program_description_35.html

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0950 State Treasurer
Program Descriptions


20 – CASH MANAGEMENT

The Cash Management Division is responsible for managing the state’s cash resources as mandated by the Pooled Money Investment Board and Government Code Sections 16500 through 16510. The Division is also responsible for administering the Centralized Treasury System (CTS), which encompasses the Treasurer’s demand bank accounts. The State Treasurer maintains demand bank accounts with seven statewide banks for the purpose of providing the necessary depository coverage for the remittance of funds collected by various state agencies.

The goal of the CTS is to have all idle State money invested each day. This goal is accomplished by: (1) completing daily, weekly and monthly forecasts of agency revenue collections and disbursements and analyzing their impact on the Treasurer’s Pooled Money Investment Portfolio, (2) maintaining balances with each demand account bank to compensate the banks for banking services and to meet warrant redemption requirements, and (3) using compensating balances to allow for the variances in cash flow that are a natural consequence when forecasting the movement of cash.

The Division is also responsible for processing, redeeming, and reconciling state warrants and agency checks presented by the banks for payment, processing stop payment and forgery items, and reconciling all of the state’s deposits within the Treasury System. The Division also administers the Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) and Pre-Sort Deposit Contracts, both of which involve the collection of over $140 billion in state revenue.

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0950 State Treasurer
Program Descriptions


30 – PUBLIC FINANCE

The Public Finance Division is responsible for selling all State of California general obligation bonds, revenue anticipation notes, commercial paper notes, revenue bonds, and any other indebtedness including securitization of assets. The Division also provides trust services for most state bonds and is responsible for disseminating information to bondholders through the Investor Relations Program.

The Division also assures compliance with federal tax laws applicable to state debt by investing and reinvesting bond sale proceeds as needed to meet federal yield restriction requirements, tracking expenditures, and computing and rebating arbitrage profit or other payments to the federal government.

http://www.ebudget.ca.gov/StateAgencyBudgets/0010/0950/program_description_30.html

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Now, look at how much Californians spent for this many people to screw it up –

Hmmm .  .  .

(my note)

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Legislative, Judicial, and Executive
0950 State Treasurer

The State Treasurer, a constitutionally established office, provides banking services for state government with goals to minimize interest and service costs and to maximize yield on investments. The Treasurer is responsible for the custody of all monies and securities belonging to or held in trust by the state; investment of temporarily idle state monies; administration of the sale of state bonds, their redemption and interest payments; and payment of warrants drawn by the State Controller and other state agencies.

PROGRAMS Back to Top
The following table presents total proposed budget year personnel years and expenditures for each budgeted program area. These expenditures include all funding sources that support the state agency’s programs.

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Code Program
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Proposed
2010-11*
Personnel
Years
Dollars
10 Investment Services
17.1
$3,091
20 Cash Management
48.6
8,312
30 Public Finance
53.2
7,641
35 Securities Management
27.2
4,977
50.01 Administration and Information Services
85.5
11,865
50.02 Distributed Administration
-9,090
Totals, Personnel Years and Expenditures (excluding Infrastructure)
231.6
$26,796
Infrastructure Expenditures
Totals, Personnel Years and All Expenditures
231.6
231.6
$26,796

Refer to the Program Descriptions for a description of programs operated by this state agency.

Refer to the 3-Yr Expenditures & Personnel Years for expenditures, personnel years, and funding detail.


PRINTABLE BUDGET DOCUMENTS
The following identifies budget documents for this state agency that are available in a printable (pdf) format.

Entire State Treasurer Budget (pdf * – 19K) in pdf format.
This document provides a printable format (pdf) of all budget information for this state agency. Note: Along with other information, this document includes the documents listed below.

Fund Condition Statements ONLY (pdf * – 4K)
This document provides a printable format (pdf) of only the fund condition statements for each fund administered by this state agency.

Detail of Appropriations and Adjustments ONLY (pdf * – 2K)
This document provides a printable format (pdf) of only the detail of appropriations and adjustments for this state agency.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Legal Citations and Authority
Includes the legal citations (state statutes, federal statutes, and court orders) for operation of department programs and activities.

http://www.ebudget.ca.gov/StateAgencyBudgets/0010/0950/department.html

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Totals, Personnel Years and All Expenditures

$26,796,000

(from above chart – the one below shows that from 2008 – 2010, it increased from $24,182,000 in 2008 to $26,796,000 in 2010.)

http://www.ebudget.ca.gov/pdf/GovernorsBudget/0010/0950.pdf

Expenditures By Category (Summary By Object)

Totals, Personal Services (California Treasurers’ Budget)

2008 – $24,182,000

2009 – $26,057,000

2010 – $26,796,000

Operating Expenses and Equipment

2008 – $5,495

2009 – $6,482

2010 – $6,461

Staff Benefits –

2008 – $4,890,000

2009 – $4,799,000

2010 – $5,335,000

Net Totals, Salaries and Wages –

2008 – $13,797,000

2009 – $14,776,000

2010 – $15,000,000

So, when things are supposed to be cut back and this particular group has lost billions of dollars by gambling with it from the state revenues that belong to the citizens of California – the treasury staff gets increased staff benefits and more employees from 222.5 personnel years in 2008, to 247.8 personnel years / positions in 2010. That is only one agency within the state. Why does it look like they are all doing that across the state even while cutting programs in schools and raising tuitions at state colleges and universities?

And I didn’t understand this one but its on that same document –

3059 Fiscal Recovery Fund

2008 – 2009   $991,078,000

Prior year adjustments –

2008-2009     -$618,541,000 (that’s minus, where did that go – it is a bottomless pit out there in California)

(from)

http://www.ebudget.ca.gov/pdf/GovernorsBudget/0010/0950.pdf

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0950 State Treasurer
Legal Citations & Authority

DEPARTMENT AUTHORITY

California Constitution Article XVI, Sections 1.5 and 7; and Government Code Sections 12300-12333, 16300-16600, 53661.

http://www.ebudget.ca.gov/StateAgencyBudgets/0010/0950/authority.html

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Statewide Financial Information

Provides various statewide displays of financial information included in the Budget that may be the most useful to the public, private sector, or other levels of government. Each statewide display includes a description of the information included.

SCHEDULE 1 – General Budget Summary Back to Top
Total statewide revenues and expenditures for the General Fund and special funds and expenditure totals for selected bond funds.
Schedule 1 (pdf * – 9K)


SCHEDULE 2 – Summary of State Tax Collections Back to Top
State Tax Collections per capita and per $100 of personal income.
Schedule 2 (pdf * – 9K)


SCHEDULE 3 – Comparative Yield of State Taxes Back to Top
Revenues for Major State Taxes from 1970-71 through 2010-11.
Schedule 3 (pdf * – 12K)


SCHEDULE 4 – Personnel Years and Salary Cost Estimates Back to Top
Personnel year data and corresponding dollar amounts by functional breakdown and position classifications. This schedule reflects net data after salary savings.
Schedule 4 (pdf * – 11K)


SCHEDULE 5A – Statement of Estimated Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable Back to Top
Actual payable and receivable amounts as of June 30, 2009, and estimated amounts for June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011.
Schedule 5A (pdf * – 12K)


SCHEDULE 5B – Actual 2008-09 Fiscal Year Cashflow Back to Top
Actual receipts, disbursements, borrowable resources, and cashflow loan balances for the 2008-09 fiscal year.
Schedule 5B (pdf * – 13K)


SCHEDULE 5C – Estimated 2009-10 Fiscal Year Cashflow Back to Top
Projected receipts, disbursements, borrowable resources, and cashflow loan balances for the 2009-10 fiscal year.
Schedule 5C (pdf * – 13K)


SCHEDULE 5D – Estimated 2010-11 Fiscal Year Cashflow Back to Top
Projected receipts, disbursements, borrowable resources, and cashflow loan balances for the 2010-11 fiscal year.
Schedule 5D (pdf * – 14K)


SCHEDULE 6 – Summary of State Population, Employees, and Expenditures Back to Top
Historical data of state population, employees, personal income, revenues, and expenditures.
Schedule 6 (pdf * – 12K)


SCHEDULE 7 – General Fund Statement of Fund Balance Back to Top
Available upon request. Contact the Department of Finance, Budget Operations Support Unit at (916) 445-5332.


SCHEDULE 8 – Comparative Statement of Revenues Back to Top
Detail of General and special fund revenues by source for the past, current, and budget years within the following categories: (1) major taxes and licenses, (2) minor revenues, and (3) transfers and loans.
Schedule 8 (pdf * – 23K)


SCHEDULE 9 – Comparative Statement of Expenditures Back to Top
Detail of General Fund, special fund, selected bond fund, and federal fund expenditures included in the Governor’s Budget by the following categories: (1) State Operations, (2) Local Assistance, (3) Capital Outlay, and (4) Unclassified.
Schedule 9 (pdf * – 91K)


SCHEDULE 10 – Summary of Fund Condition Statements Back to Top
A listing in alphabetic order of the beginning reserve, revenues, expenditures, and ending reserve for the General Fund and each special fund for the past, current, and budget years.
Schedule 10 (pdf * – 2K)


SCHEDULE 11 – Statement of General Obligation Bond and Commercial Paper Debt of the State of California Back to Top
List of all general obligation bonds including: maturity dates, authorized amount of bond issues, amounts of unissued bonds, redemptions, and outstanding issues, as well as authorized and outstanding commercial paper issued in-lieu of general obligation bonds.
Schedule 11 (pdf * – 41K)


SCHEDULE 12A – State Appropriations Limit Summary Back to Top
Summary of Schedules 12B through 12E: Provides a calculation of the appropriations subject to the State Appropriations Limit and the Limit Room or Surplus.
Schedule 12A (pdf * – 8K)


SCHEDULE 12B – Revenues to Excluded Funds Back to Top
List of revenues to special funds NOT included in the calculation of total appropriations subject to the State Appropriations Limit.
Schedule 12B (pdf * – 8K)


SCHEDULE 12C – Non-Tax Revenues in Funds Subject to Limit Back to Top
Total of non-tax General and special fund revenues deposited in funds that are otherwise included in the calculation of total appropriations subject to the State Appropriations Limit.
Schedule 12C (pdf * – 7K)


SCHEDULE 12D – State Appropriations Limit Transfer from Excluded Funds to Included Funds Back to Top
Detail of transfers between funds that are used in calculating the appropriations subject to the State Appropriations Limit.
Schedule 12D (pdf * – 3K)


SCHEDULE 12E – State Appropriations Limit Excluded Appropriations Back to Top
Exclusions from appropriations subject to the State Appropriations Limit.
Schedule 12E
(pdf * – 9K)


PRINTABLE BUDGET DOCUMENTS Back to Top
Budget Summary – Statewide Financial Information (pdf * – 452K) –
Provides the entire Statewide Financial Information Chapter in pdf format.

(from)

http://www.ebudget.ca.gov/BudgetSummary/SCD/32284035.html

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This one is the winner –

http://www.ebudget.ca.gov/pdf/BudgetSummary/BS_SCH12B.pdf

USE OF PROPERTY AND MONEY:

150200 Income From Pooled Money Investments

2008     $1,791,000

2009     $1,715,000

2010     $1,409,000

150300 Income From Surplus Money Investments

2008     $105,458,000

2009     $85,432,000

2010     $87,193,000

150400 Interest Income From Loans 1,215 2,448 2,092
150500 Interest Income From Interfund Loans 1,926 – 1,701
150600 Income From Other Investments 693 235 225
151200 Income From Condemnation Deposits Fund 1 1 1
151800 Federal Lands Royalties 68,329 68,415 68,415
152200 Rentals of State Property 6,472 8,843 9,760
152300 Misc Revenue Frm Use of Property & Money 13,879 15,775 13,271
152400 School Lands Royalties 71 72 72
152500 State Lands Royalties – 21,000 119,000
TOTAL, USE OF PROPERTY AND MONEY $199,835 $203,936 $303,139
MISCELLANEOUS:
160100 Attorney General Proceeds of Anti-Trust 875 1,351 2,220
160200 Penalties & Interest on UI & DI Contrib 77,600 70,164 93,950
160400 Sale of Fixed Assets 353 10,919 52,285
160500 Sale of Confiscated Property 203 – –
160600 Sale of State’s Public Lands 640 13 7,800
161000 Escheat of Unclaimed Checks & Warrants 4,905 3,070 3,058
161400 Miscellaneous Revenue 215,942 258,596 534,258
161800 Penalties & Intrst on Personal Income Tx 13,953 12,425 17,556
161900 Other Revenue – Cost Recoveries 102,088 103,213 104,388
162000 Tribal Gaming Revenues 44,355 40,980 40,980
163000 Settlements/Judgments(not Anti-trust) 39,155 7,147 7,246
164100 Traffic Violations 13,877 35,796 35,796
164200 Parking Violations 3,730 26,028 25,990
164300 Penalty Assessments 148,860 138,308 505,023
164400 Civil & Criminal Violation Assessment 141,103 137,342 137,945
164600 Fines and Forfeitures 239,099 240,445 240,445
164700 Court Filing Fees and Surcharges 506,492 573,327 585,524
164800 Penalty Assessments on Criminal Fines 153,131 267,215 271,223
TOTAL, MISCELLANEOUS $1,706,361 $1,926,339 $2,665,687

TOTAL, MINOR REVENUES $8,603,451 $10,819,858 $10,897,996
TOTALS, Revenue to Excluded Funds
(MAJOR and MINOR) $10,439,030 $12,028,787 $12,026,751

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(List from above document of excluded funds) – state budget –

REVENUES TO EXCLUDED FUNDS
(Dollars In Thousands – unless I added the zeros to see what it really is, my note)
SCHEDULE 12B
Source Code Source Actual 2008-09 Estimated 2009-10 Proposed 2010-11
MAJOR REVENUES:
110500 Cigarette Tax

2008     $872,188,000

2009     $815,730,000

2010      $807,730,000
110900 Horse Racing Fees-Licenses 13,908 14,798 14,581
111200 Horse Racing Fees-Unclaimed P-M Tickets – 1,330 1,330
111300 Horse Racing Miscellaneous 14,061 805 2,847
113300 Insurance Gross Premiums Tax

2008     —

2009     $239,209,000

2010      $163,554,000
114300 Other Motor Vehicle Fees

2008     $127,784,000

2009     $134,669,000

2010      $136,325,000
114400 Identification Card Fees 373 – –
114900 Retail Sales and Use Taxes 804,877 – –
115400 Mobilehome In-Lieu Tax 2,388 2,388 2,388
TOTAL, MAJOR TAXES AND LICENSES

2008     $1,835,579,000

2009     $1,208,929,000

2010     $1,128,755,000
MINOR REVENUES:
REGULATORY TAXES AND LICENSES:


120200 General Fish and Game Taxes
1,014 1,005 1,005
120300 Energy Resource Surcharge

2008     $646,487,000

2009     $758,252,000

2010     $787,174,000
120600 Quarterly Public Utility Commission Fees

2008     $135,881,000

2009     $136,587,000

2010     $136,171,000
120900 Off-Highway Vehicle Fees 19,517 17,000 17,000


121000 Liquor License Fees
49,039 51,508 53,177
121100 Genetic Disease Testing Fees 108,089 122,668 124,104


121200 Other Regulatory Taxes
57,340 63,431 67,242
121300 New Motor Vehicle Dealer License Fee 1,494 1,050 1,082
121500 General Fish and Game Lic Tags Permits 94,267 93,230 93,848
121600 Duck Stamps 145 5 5
122400 Elevator and Boiler Inspection Fees 17,655 17,133 24,578
122700 Employment Agency License Fees 7,456 5,177 5,177
122900 Teacher Credential Fees 14,151 13,496 12,852


123000 Teacher Examination Fees
4,750 5,152 5,000


123100 Insurance Co License Fees & Penalties
40,842 36,434 38,217
123200 Insurance Company Examination Fees 21,739 22,345 22,345
123400 Real Estate Examination Fees 1,811 1,654 1,651
123500 Real Estate License Fees 20,169 35,553 42,124
123600 Subdivision Filing Fees 3,357 3,413 3,966
123800 Building Construction Filing Fees 4,753 6,639 8,550
124100 Domestic Corporation Fees 8,746 7,616 8,843
124200 Foreign Corporation Fees 965 917 965
124300 Notary Public License Fees 1,209 1,149 1,209
124400 Filing Financing Statements 2,154 2,046 2,154
125100 Beverage Container Redemption Fees 1,110,559 1,225,784 1,119,539
125200 Explosive Permit Fees 12 – –
125300 Processing Fees 152 455 409
125400 Environmental and Hazardous Waste Fees 77,476 77,526 82,290
125600 Other Regulatory Fees

2008     $2,253,423,000

2009     $3,950,775,000

2010     $3,188,229,000
125700 Other Regulatory Licenses and Permits 434,090 441,276 473,623
125800 Renewal Fees 199,438 200,999 210,411

125900 Delinquent Fees 5,783 5,605 5,598
127100 Insurance Department Fees, Prop 103 26,421 23,800 23,800
127200 Insurance Department Fees, General 23,165 23,635 25,772
127300 Insurance Fraud Assessment, Workers Comp 48,826 50,303 47,062
127400 Insurance Fraud Assessment, Auto 46,434 46,435 46,900
127500 Insurance Fraud Assessment, General 9,564 5,800 5,832
TOTAL, REGULATORY TAXES AND LICENSES

2008     $5,498,373,000

2009     $7,455,853,000

2010      $6,687,904,000


REVENUE FROM LOCAL AGENCIES:


130600 Architecture Public Building Fees

2008     $42,415,000

2009     $31,674,000

2010     $31,674,000
130700 Penalties on Traffic Violations

2008     $94,746,000

2009     $96,827,000

2010     $96,231,000


130800 Penalties on Felony Convictions
62,175 63,003 63,003
130900 Fines-Crimes of Public Offense 4,636 5,000 5,000


131000 Fish and Game Violation Fines
1,548 1,280 1,590


131100 Penalty Assessments on Fish & Game Fines
509 603 604
131200 Interest on Loans to Local Agencies 6 17 32
131300 Addt’l Assmnts on Fish & Game Fines 68 75 80
131600 Fingerprint ID Card Fees 62,516 63,141 64,360
131700 Misc Revenue From Local Agencies

2008     $579,634,000

2009     $611,740,000

2010      $611,400,000
TOTAL, REVENUE FROM LOCAL AGENCIES

2008     $848,253,000

2009     $873,360,000

2010     $873,974,000            (a larger number – hummm)
SERVICES TO THE PUBLIC:
REVENUES TO EXCLUDED FUNDS
(Dollars In Thousands)
SCHEDULE 12B — Continued
Source Code Source Actual 2008-09 Estimated 2009-10 Proposed 2010-11
140600 State Beach and Park Service Fees

2008     $73,280,000

2009     $83,000,000

2010     $83,000,000
140900 Parking Lot Revenues

2008     $8,281,000

2009     $7,900,000

2010     $7,900,000
141100 Emergency Telephone Users Surcharge

2008     $108,000,000

2009     $107,000,000

2010     $107,000,000
141200 Sales of Documents

2008     $844,000

2009     $922,000

2010     $928,000
142000 General Fees–Secretary of State

2008     $27,318,000

2009     $26,012,000

2010     $27,378,000
142200 Parental Fees

2008     $3,320,000

2009      $2,492,000

2010      $3,292,000    ( I don’t even want to know what this is but it is increased)
142500 Miscellaneous Services to the Public

2008      $79,299,000

2009      $78,334,000

2010      $80,344,000
143000 Personalized License Plates

2008      $50,287,000

2009      $54,710,000

2010      $57,450,000
TOTAL, SERVICES TO THE PUBLIC FEES

2008      $350,629,000

2009      $360,370,000

2010      $367,292,000

http://www.ebudget.ca.gov/pdf/BudgetSummary/BS_SCH12B.pdf

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http://www.dof.ca.gov/budgeting/budget_faqs/information/documents/CHART-C1.pdf

California State –

Program Expenditures By Fund ($ in Millions) –

Higher Education

1976-1977  Total – $2,923.8     (K-12   GF $2,876.4 and Higher Ed  GF  $1,862.9  from general fund)

1977-1978  Total     $3,209.6

1978-1979  Total      $3,705.8

1979-1980  Total      $4,294.9

1980 – 1981               $4,924.2

1981- 1982                 $5,049.2   (  $3,270.4  from general fund)

1982 – 1983               $5,173.1   (  $3,230.2  from general fund – lower than year before )

1983 – 1984               $5,505.2 (K-12 receives $10,101.1 with $8,924.5 from the general fund)

1984 – 1985               $6,471.1    ($3,868.8 from general fund)

1985-1986                  $7,144.0 (while K-12 received $12,455.9 including $11,072.4 genfund $)

1986-1987                  $7,477.8 ($4,543.2 from the general fund)

1987-1988                  $7,993.9 ($4,842.7 from general fund)

1988-1989                  $8,701.0    (barely $5,112.5 from the general fund)

1989-1990                  $9,564.6    ($5,576.1 from general fund)

1990-1991                  $10,193.5   ($5,832.5 from general fund)

1991-1992                  $10,317.6 ($5,831.2 from the general fund – stealing it again)

1992 – 1993               $9,924.5 ($5,044.2 from general fund – further decreases)

1993-1994                  $9,754.5    ($4,680.6 from general fund & K-12 gets $14,480.8 gen fund $)

1994-1995                  $9,768.6    ($5,102.2 from general fund – no cost of living / inflation acc.)

1995-1996                  $10,279.8   (K-12 total is $21,860.6 with $17,790.6 genfund to K-12)

1996-1997                  $11,574.2 ($6,180.1 from gen fund while K-12 gets $23,447.6 total)

1997-1998                  $12,083.1  ($6,624.5 genfund – while K-12 gets $22,080.1 from genfund)

1998-1999                  $13,208.1  ($7,402.0 from general fund)

1999 – 2000         $14,341.7   ($8,021.0 gen fund as K-12 gets $27,587.9 gen fund plus)

2000-2001            $15,935.4 ($9,148.8 gen fund & K-12 gets $36,828.1 total)

2001 –  2002         $17,293.4   (with $35,914.8 total for K-12 and $29,922.6 genfund $)

(higher education only received $9,645.3 from genfund)

2002-2003            $17,878.2   (with $9,487.9 from gen fund – stealing it again)

2003-2004            $17,921.0 ( $8,780.2 from general fund as K-12 gets $40,057.0 total)

2004-2005            $18,518.1    ($9,314.3 genfund for higher educ. as K-12 gets $44,692.9 total)

2005-2006            $20,393.8    ( $10,266.6 from general fund & K-12 gets $37,367.7 genfund $)

2006-2007            $18,435.3    ($11,210.5 from gen fund – stealing from it again)

($49,095.0 total for K-12 with $40,086.1 from general fund)

2007-2008           $18,864.2 ($11,861.8 gen fund – stealing it again as K-12 gets $50,988.6)

2008-2009           $16,016.9 ($10,098.5 from general fund –  depleting it further to 1976 levels)

(as K-12 gets $46,613.8 total including $34,092.4 genfund $)

2009 – 2010        $17,582.5     ($10,566.3  from the general fund – still stealing it)

(K-12 gets $45,077.3 with $34,553.7 from general fund)

2010 – 2011         $18,389.5    (with $11,836.2 from CA general fund to  pay for higher educ.)

(K-12 gets $36,004.2 from the general fund & $43,944.4 total)

(from)

http://www.dof.ca.gov/budgeting/budget_faqs/information/documents/CHART-C1.pdf

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2/ Incomplete figure: Contains funding for those departments which were moved in total into the new agency. Does not include funding for programs

which were broken out of a larger department.

3/ Reflects $2.645 billion shift in local revenues to school districts ($2.282 billion to school districts and $.363 billion to Community Colleges).

4/ Beginning in 2001-02, the Labor and Workforce Development Agency is included in “Other”. The Agency was created with departments from H&HS and “Other” (General Government).

5/ Beginning in 2005-06, the Youth Adult and Correctional Agency is renamed to Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (DCR).

6/ Past year actuals as displayed in the January 10 Budget are not updated after being published in Governor’s Budget.

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My Note – each year the funding for higher education should have increased at the same ratio or at the same rate as the K-12 budget requirements because the assumption was supposed to be that universally, the higher education would be available not only to every student graduating high school that wanted to go to college but also to every adult citizen of California that was interested.

Since that is what the law said and the legislation even still says and has been the law all of this time, those who robbed the funds from those programs and higher education resources were doing so illegally and criminally. And, they knew better. Now, they need to fix it but it will likely take several class action suits and legislative review by the court system, including the Supreme Court to get anything fixed.

– cricketdiane

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