An addendum, often attached to an appropriation bill, that shows legislators how much money a program or project will likely cost in future years.
No bill, except a general appropriations bill, requiring expenditures of or loss of revenue to Commonwealth funds, of funds of any political subdivision shall be given a second consideration reading ton the calendar until it has first been referred to the Appropriations Committee for a statement of fiscal impact. Fiscal notes are required for amendments to bills, conference committee reports, and concurrences in Senate amendments.
This is a estimate prepared by the governor's budget office, usually with the help of state agencies, that projects the likely costs and potential revenues, of a legislative bill. If a legislator doesn't agree with the conclusions, that lawmaker won't sign the fiscal note.
An estimate, prepared by the Legislative Budget Board, of the probable costs that will be incurred as an effect of a bill or joint resolution.
a statement prepared by the Legislative Fiscal Office estimating the effect a bill would have on state and/or local expenditures and revenue.
An analysis by the Legislative Budget Office of the financial impact of proposed state legislation.
A statement the Department of Fiscal Services prepares stating the fiscal impact of a bill on State revenues and expenditures if the bill becomes law. A Fiscal Note is revised if an adopted amendment changes the bill's impact.
a brief statement of the fiscal impact that a piece of legislation would have on state and local government
a document that details the fiscal effect of certain bills, resolutions, and ballot questions and that is attached to or becomes a part of the bill, resolution, or ballot question
a report that outlines the costs associated to implement the bill
A statement that indicates the anticipated financial impact of proposed legislation on state or local government.
Prepared by House and Senate Fiscal Agencies. Fiscal notes discuss the present and future fiscal implications of pending legislation.
A document that identifies an estimate of the anticipated change in government spending or revenue due to the bill's specific provisions. | He said the fiscal note would be finished by Monday afternoon. [ Lesson 4
Fiscal notes, prepared by the fiscal staff of the Legislative Service Commission, estimate the effects of proposed legislation on state and local government revenues and expenditures. Local impact statements, which are included in fiscal notes, are required for bills that could result in a net additional cost (as determined by LSC) to school districts, counties, municipalities, or townships. The information provided in fiscal notes and local impact statements can be useful for decision making even when dollar estimates are not possible.
An attachment to a bill or resolution indicating its impact on state finances.
An estimated amount of increase or decrease in revenue or expenditures and the present and future fiscal implications of pending legislation.
A statement attached to a bill giving the estimated amount of increase or decrease in revenue or expenditures and the present and future fiscal implications of a bill.
A statement of the estimated fiscal impact of proposed legislation.
Statement prepared by the Office of Fiscal Analysis of the cost or savings resulting from a bill or amendment. Required for every bill or amendment considered by the House or Senate.
A note attached to a bill that estimates the financial impact of the bill on government entities.
A note attached to a bill thatestimates the financial impact of the bill ongovernment entities.
Information on the fiscal impact of a measure that is incorporated into a measure after the substantive provisions. The fiscal note is removed from the text of the measure at engrossment. In accordance with Joint Rule 312, any bill affecting state revenues, appropriations or allocations or requiring local units of government to expend additional local funds must have a fiscal note attached to any favorable committee report or floor amendment.
A 1-2 page summary issued by the Office of Fiscal & Program Review describing the fiscal impact of a bill or an amendment; or that part of a bill or amendment that contains the same information (as required by the Joint Rules).
a statement from the legislative fiscal analyst showing estimated cost or cost savings in a particular bill.