House Member Budget Amendment Requests, Committee Approved Amendments and the Conference Report Amendments to House Bill 1400 (the Budget Bill) may be tracked on the 2003 State Budget website.
Each amendment is drawn to a specific budget item as numbered in the budget bill. Amendments are presented in numerical order, by agency, and by secretarial area. You can create a report of selected budget amendments. Also, you can select an agency to generate a report (i.e. Department for the Aging; Department of Taxation; Virginia Retirement System, etc.)
This document was prepared by the staffs of the House Appropriations and Senate Finance Committees as a summary of the 2002-2004 amended budget, as adopted Chapter 1042. (May 13, 2003).
This document summarizes the 2003 General Assembly's actions and the Governor's proposed budget amendments to House Bill 1400, as adopted on February 22, 2003. (April 2, 2003)
This brief document highlights specific actions as reflected in the Budget Conference Committee Report. (March 7, 2003)
Budget recommendations are adopted by the Committee through subcommittee reports. The reports include all of the recommended changes to the Governor’s proposal. Subcommittee reports are adopted as a package by the Appropriations Committee and are transformed into the detailed amendments which are sent to the floor of the House.
The 2003 Session Subcommittee Reports will be available online (here and on the 2003 State Budget website) Sunday, February 2, 2003 upon adjournment of the full committee.
This document was prepared by the staffs of the House Appropriations and Senate Finance Committees as a preliminary report on the Governor’s proposed amendments to the 2002-2004 biennium budget (Chapter 899). Subsequent staff reports will be made available during the 2003 General Assembly Session (December 27, 2002).
2002 State Aid to Localities - Report date October 21, 2002