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Session Laws, 2004
Volume 801, Page 243   View pdf image
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ROBERT L. EHRLICH, JR., Governor                              Ch. 38

Congress of the enactment of this Act; and that upon the concurrence in Congress, the
Governor of the State of Maryland shall issue a proclamation declaring this Act valid
and effective and shall forward a copy of the proclamation to the Director of the
Department of Legislative Services.

SECTION 3. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That, subject to Section 2 of
this Act, this Act shall take effect October 1, 2004.

Approved April 13, 2004.

(House Bill 158)

AN ACT concerning

Education - Disabled Student Transportation Grant

FOR the purpose of altering the fiscal year used in the calculation for a certain grant
for student transportation; providing for the application of this Act; and
generally relating to education and the funding for disabled student

BY repealing and reenacting, with amendments,
Article - Education
Section 5-205

Annotated Code of Maryland
(2001 Replacement Volume and 2003 Supplement)

MARYLAND, That the Laws of Maryland read as follows:

Article - Education


(a) The State shall distribute grants as provided under this section to the
county boards to provide transportation services for public school students and
disabled children for whom transportation is to be provided under § 8-410 of this
article. Appropriations for student transportation shall be budgeted in a separate
budget category as provided in § 5-101 of this article. If the amount that is
appropriated to a county under this section in a fiscal year is more than the actual
cost of providing student transportation services in that county, a county board may
apply any excess funds to costs of pupil transportation in subsequent years. None of
these funds may be paid to or claimed by any subdivision, nor may any of these funds
be reverted to any subdivision. A county board may not transfer State revenues from
the student transportation category to any other category as a result of this section.

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