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Comparison of Funding Levels for Key Municipal Programs in Proposed FY'01 Budget

Prepared by The United States Conference of Mayors * February 7, 2000
(Dollars in Millions)


Please Note: Some of the figures below may change due to the 0.38 percent cut in discretionary programs that federal agencies are required to make in departmental budgets.

FY'99 FY'00 FY'01
Final Final Proposed
ARTS, HUMANITIES, MUSEUMS, AND PARKS
National Endowment for the Arts 98 100 150
National Endowment for the Humanities 111 117 150
Museum Grants 23 25 33
Urban Parks and Recreation Recovery Program 0 2 20
Land and Water Conservation Fund 0 40 250
Historic Preservation 40 45 42
CRIME AND DRUG CONTROL
Community Policing 1,430 913 1,335
Local Law Enforcement Block Grant 523 523 0
Byrne AntiDrug Enforcement Grants 552 552 567
Juvenile Justice Programs 268 269 272
Violence Against Women Act Grants 283 284 284
Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities 566 606 650
HUD  Drug Elimination Grants 310 310 345
Drug Courts 40 40 50
Substance Abuse Partnership Block Grant 1,585 1,600 1,631
Substance Abuse Prevention 78 80 85
Substance Abuse Treatment 55 114 163
State Criminal Aliens Assistance Program 420 420 600
Target Capacity Expansion 133 194 248
Zero Tolerance Drug Testing 0 0 75
EDUCATION
After School Programs 200 453 1,000
School-to-Work Program 125 55 0
Title I Education for the Disadvantaged 7,732 7,941 8,358
Impact Aid 864 906 924
Bilingual and Immigrant Education 380 406 460
Vocational and Adult Education 1,539 1,663 1,739
100,000 Teachers 1,200 1,300 1,750
School Modernization 0 0 25,000
Pell Grants 7,704 7,640 8,356
Charter Schools 100 145 175
School Renovation Loans and Grants N/A N/A 1,300
Community Technology Centers 10 32 100
ENVIRONMENT
Clean Water/Drinking Water Loans 2,125 2,170 1,625
Superfund 1,500 1,400 1,450
Brownfields Assistance 91 92 92
FOOD AND NUTRITION ASSISTANCE
Food Stamps 19,295 19,832 21,185
Child Nutrition Programs 9,651 9,846 10,367
WIC 4,061 4,141 4,278
Commodity Assistance Program 131 133 158
HEALTH
Medicaid(outlays) 108,043 116,167 124,235
Ryan White CARE Act 1,411 1,595 1,720
Health Centers 657 695 795
Family Planning 215 239 274
Healthy Start 105 90 ---
Maternal and Child Health Block Grant 700 709 799
Preventive Health Block Grant 150 135 179
Sexually Transmitted Diseases 124 136 151
Tuberculosis 128 128 128
Immunizations 448 510 530
Mental Health Partnership 289 356 416
Lead Poisoning Prevention 38 38 38
Breast and Cervical Cancer 159 167 171
CDC Violent Crime Reduction Programs 51 50 0
HHS Violent Crime Reduction Programs 105 101 134
HOMELESS ASSISTANCE
Homeless Assistance Grants 975 1,020 1,200
Emergency Food and Shelter(FEMA) 100 110 140
Education for Homeless Children & Youth 29 29 32
PATH Formula Grants(homeless) 26 31 36
HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Community Development Block Grant 4,750 4,781 4,900
HOME Investment Partnership 1,600 1,600 1,650
Public Housing Operating Subsidies 2,815 3,137 3,192
Public Housing Modernization 3,000 2,869 2,955
Severely Distressed Public Housing 625 575 625
Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS 215 232 260
Section 202 Elderly/Section 811 Disabled 854 911 989
Section 108 Loan Guarantees 1,260 1,260 1,200
Section 8 Renewals 9,600 10,640 13,010
Economic Development Administration 368 362 420
Community Development Financial Institutions 95 95 125
Brownfields Assistance 25 25 50
Empowerment Zones 45 55 150
New Section 8 Voucher 283 346 690
HUMAN SERVICES
Temporary Assistance to Needy Families1 17,693 16,889 16,679
Child Care and Development Block Grant 1,000 1,183 2,000
Head Start 4,660 3,867 6,267
Social Services Block Grant 1,909 1,700 1,775
Low Income Home Energy Assistance2 1,100 1,100 1,100
Community Services Block Grant 500 528 510
Administration on Aging Programs 882 933 1,084
Refugee and Entrant Assistance 415 427 432
Corporation for National Service 436 433 534
JOB TRAINING PROGRAMS
Adult Training 950 950 950
Youth Training3 1,000 1,000 1,022
Opportunity Areas for Out-of-School Youth 250 250 375
Dislocated Workers Assistance 1,406 1,589 1,771
Job Corps 1,308 1,358 1,393
One-Stop Career Centers 147 120 174
School-to-Work Program 125 55 0
Fathers Work/Families Win N/A N/A 255
TRANSPORTATION
Airport Improvement Program(AIP) 1,950 1,846 1,950
Airport Facilities and Equipment 2,121 2,045 2,495
Airport Operations 5,586 5,893 6,592
Federal Aid Highways 22,500 27,520 29,319
Transit Formula(Capital) 2,800 3,048 3,345
Transit Discretionary 2,307 2,501 2,646
Amtrak Assistance 621 571 5214
USDOT's Access to Jobs 75 75 150

1 Formerly AFDC        2 Advance for FY2001 1, 100      3 Includes Summer Youth Training
4 Does not include new $468 million request for high speed inter-city rail initiative

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