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The american recovery and reinvestment act and texas budget issues 2009 13 november 18 2010 eva deluna castro budget analyst deluna castro cppp org

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and Texas Budget Issues, 2009-13November 18, 2010Eva DeLuna Castro, Budget [email protected]


The american recovery and reinvestment act and texas budget issues 2009 13 november 18 2010 eva deluna castro budget analyst deluna castro cppp org

Larger Impact on Texas EconomyFebruary 2009 estimate


The american recovery and reinvestment act and texas budget issues 2009 13 november 18 2010 eva deluna castro budget analyst deluna castro cppp org

ARRA Appropriations in State Budget (HB 4586, 2009 and SB 1, 2010-11: $14.4 billion)


The american recovery and reinvestment act and texas budget issues 2009 13 november 18 2010 eva deluna castro budget analyst deluna castro cppp org

Texas State Revenue for 2010-11

Biennial Total: $182.7 billion

“Ongoing” Federal


The american recovery and reinvestment act and texas budget issues 2009 13 november 18 2010 eva deluna castro budget analyst deluna castro cppp org

Update of ARRA Funds in State BudgetAs of November 2010: $13.8 billion for 2010-11 (increase of $1.7 billion)

Millions of $

Where ARRA Was Used Instead of GR


The american recovery and reinvestment act and texas budget issues 2009 13 november 18 2010 eva deluna castro budget analyst deluna castro cppp org

ARRA Jobs Created by State Budget

3rd quarter of federal fiscal 2010

Education: almost 29,500 local school district jobs retained or created; 2,800 higher education jobs (state)

HHS: 1,600 jobs retained or created at the Department of Family and Protective Services (CPS investigators/other front-line staff)

Highway construction: 3,400 local jobs created through TxDOT contracting for highway construction, repairs, and maintenance

Home weatherization, tax credit assistance, homelessness prevention and housing: Housing & Community Affairs reported 28 new state jobs and over 1,200 jobs created locally

Child care subsidies, employment and training programs, Unemployment Insurance benefits: Workforce Commission reported 409 new state jobs and almost 450 jobs created locally

TOTAL: 4,925 state jobs retained or created;

35,484 local jobs in public/private sectors


The american recovery and reinvestment act and texas budget issues 2009 13 november 18 2010 eva deluna castro budget analyst deluna castro cppp org

ARRA Through State Agencies,

but Not in the State Budget


The american recovery and reinvestment act and texas budget issues 2009 13 november 18 2010 eva deluna castro budget analyst deluna castro cppp org

ARRA Impact on Budget Requests for 2012-13

HHS Agencies are asking for $5.3 billion (23%) more in General Revenue for the “baseline” – 70% of this additional GR is needed to replace ARRA, mostly for Medicaid ($4.7 billion)

For exceptional HHS items: $2.6 billion more in GR, of which $334 million would replace ARRA funding

TOTAL current services needs for HHS: agencies need $7.5 billion more in GR for Baseline and Exceptional Items to maintain current services. $4 billion of this GR is to fill “holes” where ARRA was used in 2010-11.

PreK-12 Education: Texas Education Agency originally asked for a $9 billion GR increase for Foundation School Program and other education programs. $3.25 billion of this was requested to replace ARRA Stabilization funds. (Funding request for FSP is expected to increase by $2 to $3 billion based on October 2010 estimate of drop in local property tax collections.)


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