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(a) The Governor upon receipt of the report of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget may make such changes in the report as the Governor may deem necessary or desirable in accordance with the Governor’s own best judgment and conclusion and shall submit the budget report as prepared by the Governor based upon the report of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget to each House of the General Assembly, on or before February 1 of each year, and at the same time the Governor submits the proposed budget, the Governor shall submit copies of a tentative bill for all proposed appropriations for the budget, clearly itemized and properly classified for the ensuing fiscal year. This bill shall be known as the “Budget Appropriation Bill.”
(b) The budget itself shall be in such form that it can readily be analyzed. The Budget Appropriation Bill, together with the Governor's message and all data accompanying it, shall be a public document and shall be printed, duplicated or otherwise mechanically reproduced as soon as presented, and copies thereof shall be furnished to each member of the General Assembly, to each state agency and to all of the newspapers published in the State and it shall be given such other publicity as the Governor deems proper. All dollar amounts in the Budget Appropriation Bill shall be stated in thousands of dollars, rounded to the nearest $100.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Delaware Code Title 29. State Government § 6335. Changes in budget plan by Governor; submission of proposed budget and Budget Appropriation Bill to General Assembly - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/de/title-29-state-government/de-code-sect-29-6335/
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