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New York state teen health education fund
State Finance (STF) CHAPTER 56, ARTICLE 6
* § 99-u. New York state teen health education fund. 1. There is
hereby established in the joint custody of the state comptroller and
commissioner of taxation and finance a special fund to be known as the
"New York state teen health education fund".

2. Such fund shall consist of all revenues received by the department
of taxation and finance, pursuant to the provisions of section six
hundred thirty-c of the tax law and all other moneys appropriated
thereto from any other fund or source pursuant to law. Nothing contained
in this section shall prevent the state from receiving grants, gifts or
bequests for the purposes of the fund as defined in this section and
depositing them into the fund according to law.

2-a. On or before the first day of February each year, the
commissioner of education shall provide a written report to the
temporary president of the senate, speaker of the assembly, chair of the
senate finance committee, chair of the assembly ways and means
committee, chair of the senate committee on health, chair of the
assembly health committee, the state comptroller and the public. Such
report shall include how the monies of the fund were utilized during the
preceding calendar year, and shall include:

(i) the amount of money dispersed from the fund and the award process
used for such disbursements;

(ii) recipients of awards from the fund;

(iii) the amount awarded to each;

(iv) the purposes for which such awards were granted; and

(v) a summary financial plan for such monies which shall include
estimates of all receipts and all disbursements for the current and
succeeding fiscal years, along with the actual results from the prior
fiscal year.

3. Moneys shall be payable from the fund on the audit and warrant of
the comptroller on vouchers approved and certified by the commissioner
of education.

4. The moneys in such fund shall be expended for the purpose of
supplementing educational programs in schools for health and awareness
of issues facing teens today when it comes to their health. Eligible
health programs are those with an established curriculum providing
instruction on alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse prevention, the
causes and problems associated with teen obesity, and for awareness of
the symptoms of teen endometriosis.

* NB There are 2 § 99-u's