Page images
PDF
EPUB
[ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small]
[ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors]
[ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

#nitec Htate total

[ocr errors]

$10. OXO, O

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

$10, 400, OOO

[merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small]

O, O, OOO
1. 797. 282

318, 201
1. 076, 004
2, 001, 436

420, 976
358, 267
200, 000

200, 000
1, 249, 954
1, 801, 115

216, 009
1, 584, 779
1, 169, 799

800, 572

662, 966
1. 584, 801
1, 339, 251

358, 513

632, 447
1, 121.096
1, 610, 580

999, 118
1, 419, 898
1, 235, 211

200,000
405, 889
200,000
200,000
982, 163
306, 419

290, 32
20, 00
28, 000
116, 086
25, ON
25,000
25,000
26, 000
31, 022
35, 069
25,000
89, 347
41, 348
25, 998
25,000
29, 397
27, 493
25, 000
25, 300
47, 459
66, 688
30, 055
25, 000
39, 614
25,000
25,000
26, 000
25,000
50, 869
25,000

$112, 000, 000 3, 147, 338

720, 038 2, 371, 840 4, 007, 188

912, 300
806, 709
526, 000

626, 000
2,784, 830
3, 959, 928

540, 009
3, 542, 982
2, 590, 487
1, 770, 546
1, 469, 688
3, 417, 504
2,945, 890

806, 245
1, 403, 483
2, 490, 469
3, 576, 346
2, 207, 261
3, 119, 138
2, 731, 295

526, 000
909, 483
525, 000

525, 000
2, 191, 128

692, 727

026, 400
101, BOO

336, 400
1, 061, 700

103, 400
203. 200
63, 500
102, 600
407, 400
631, 100
121, 900
835, 900
444, 100
294, 000
246, 300
471, 300
401, 900
180,000
279, 200
492, 700
667, 700
354, 200
437, 100
458, 900
115, 100
185, 000
79, 000
95, 300
403, 600

DENT'S HEALTH RECOMMENDATIONS

148, 600

283

[ocr errors]

if proposed legesluiion is enacted, the basic allol ment formula of the llospital Construction 101 fiscal year 1955: State break down, proposed grants de Stalesin, 1955; answming snacement 3 proposed legislation for programs which will use.

Immortint vo tloneli'ition. volonal reabilitation, and maternal anichilib. althan I willare servi***

rnis table presents: bonito, basis of serta ****ntions the Worlact of propose i new borislation covering For...*-1-and for boulth services and incilities
as those wont linth

Thumpilons are: (1) Tuut thens to be appropriated in 1994 are the kiume
Pasi tent's bulget for 1955; (2) that the President's legislative recommendations will be enacted and effective on the dates indiented by the appropriate
foinoto.
allotments in accordance with the proposed formulis, the full allotment would not be available to the States.

Thinsures contain: 1 in this table represent allotant to the state. In the event that any state should not appropriate sufficient funds to match the Federal

Hospital construction program

48292-54--pt. 1-19

[blocks in formation]

Alabama
Arizona.
Arkansas
California
Colorado.
Connecticut.
Deluware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia.
Idaho.
Ninois.
Indiana
Iowa.
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota.
Mississippi.
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Vevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico..

See footnotes at end of table.

706, 408
125, 361
423, 292
810, 232
165, 461
140, 814
100, 000
100, 000
491, 285
707, 915
100,000
622, 885
459, 780
314, 659
260, 574
611, 102
526, 382
140. 911
248, 579
440, 638
033, 026
392, 696
558, 080
485, 490
100,000
159, 531
100,000
100,000
386, 032
120, 436

353, 204

62, 681
211, 646
405, 116
82, 731
70, 407
50,000
50,000
245, 642
353, 957

50,000
311, 443
229, 890
157, 329
130, 287
305, 551
263, 191

70, 455
124, 289
220, 319
316, 513
196, 348
279, 040
242, 745
50,000
79, 766
50,000
50,000
193, 016
60, 218

706, 408
125, 361
423, 292
810, 232
165, 461
140, 814
100,000
100, 000
491, 285
707, 915
100, 000
622, 885
459, 780
314, 659
260, 674
611, 102
526, 382
1 40, 911
248, 579
440, 638
633, 026
392, 696
558, 080
485, 490
100,000
159, 531
100,000
100,000
386, 032
120, 436

353, 204

62, 681
211, 646
405, 116
82, 731
70, 407
50, 000
50,000
245, 642
353, 957

50,000
311, 443
229, 890
157, 329
130, 287
305, 551
263, 191

70, 455
124, 289
220, 319
316,513
196, 348
279, 040
242, 745
50,000
79, 766
50,000
50,000
193, 016
60,218

1, 797, 282

318, 951
1,076, 964
2,061, 436

420, 976
358, 267
200,000

200,000
1, 249, 954
1,801, 115

215, 009
1, 584, 779
1, 169, 799

800, 572

662, 966
1, 554, 801
1, 339, 251

358, 513

632, 447
1, 121, 096
1, 610, 580

999, 118
1, 419, 898
1, 235, 211

200,000
405, 889
200,000
200,000
982, 163
306, 419

30, 832
25,000
25, 000
115, 056
25,000
25,000
25,000
25, 000
31, 022
35, 069
25,000
89, 847
41, 348
25, 998
25,000
29, 397
27, 493
25,000
25, 300
47, 459
66, 688
30,055
25,000
39, 614
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50, 869
25,000

3, 947, 338

720, 035
2, 371, 840
4, 607, 188

942, 360
805, 709
525, 000

525, 000
2, 754, 830
3,959, 928

540, 009
3, 542, 982
2, 590, 487
1, 770, 546
1, 469, 688
3, 417, 504
2, 945, 890

806, 245
1, 403, 483
2, 490, 469
3, 576, 346
2, 207, 261
3, 119, 138
2, 731, 295

525, 000
909, 483
525, 000

525, 000
2, 191, 128

692, 727

524, 400 161, 800

336, 400
1,061, 700

193, 400
203, 200

63,500
102, 600
407, 400
531, 100
121, 900
835, 900
444, 100
294, 600
246, 300
471,300
401, 900
150,000
279, 200
492, 700
667, 700
354, 200
437, 100
458, 900
115, 100
185, 000
79,000
95, 300
493, 600
148, 600

Piscal year 1956: State breakdown of proposed grants to Stutes in 1955, assuming enactment of proposed legislation for programs which will use,

i proposed legislatum is enacted, the basic allotment formula of the Hospital Construction Act-- Continued

[merged small][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors]
[merged small][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors]

*H*I, *

* *****
Keitrahy
Mintain
Marylam
Manoletta
MILAN
Minnesota
Misinalus
MInouri
Montana
Notonakis
Nevnilis
New lammulis
New Jersey
Now Merino
New York
North Carolinn
North Dakotis
Olo
Oklahoma
Oregon
Prennsylvania
Khode Island

See footnotes at end at tahia,

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small]

2N 2

[merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small]

85, 282, 003
1080), 770
3, 405, 103
7, 713, 222
1, 122, 19754)
1, 1, 103

704, 1053
1. (, (90
3, 232, 2013
0, 171, 127

870, 21%
(), 416,000
3. 177, 330
2, 744, 413
2, 101, 701
4,324, 441
4, 103, 003
1, 144, 110
2,0M, 710
8,844, 0
0,635, 466
3, 142, 004
4, 304, 497
2, 9N2, 120

N43, 167
1, 172, 232

(), 772. 024
1. 114, 287
1. 20), 117
9, 4:11, 1705
I, 841, 280
I, 30, N4
1, 070, N73
1, 110, 1989
4, 712, NON
7, 31), 960
1.144, 070
7, 8700, 2013
4, MOV2, 2012
3. MOI, WI
2, 717, 1890
0, 000, 144
6, 127, 919
I, MOM, N10
2, 178, 084
1,2711, 671
15, Mu), 100
1, 122, 320
A, IMO, 143
1,000,004
1, 177,220
1, 171, 131

0701,01
1,087, 247
4, 102, 972

1, 100), 170
tu, 300, 702
M, 1913, 14
1, 221, 720
7, MP4, 2012)
2. MIN. 107

1, DMI, 10
11,371, 104
1, 121, 170

[merged small][ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

121
282
27.01
225
23 N

Vocational rehabilitation

Vocation ecution.

Maternal and ohikl welcro

State

Support!

Becta! projects

Total

United States total

$27, 112, 500

$23, 0, 000

$24,038, 330

$3,000, OXX)

$20.00), 000

714, 026
141,507

Alabama
Arizona
Arkansas.
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida.
Ceorgia
Idaho
Mlinois
Indiana
lows
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine.
Maryland
Massachusetts.
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi.
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada..
New Hampshire.
New Jersey
New Mexico.
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma.
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

See footnotes at end of table.

894, 427
2:31, 154
587, 287

5,071
271, 807
273, 334
184, 710
192, 947
470, 247
913, 750
225, 270
719, 015
611, 308
615, 813
357, 653
815, 205
054, 277
242, 317
349, 408
403, 229
811, 678
674, 498
807, 994
600, 806
220, 417
280, 924
173, 074
201, 651
394, 791
230, 278

201, X30
1, 219, 428

238, 090
931, 471
483, 430

291, 945
1, 231, 216

201, 174

1, 471, 878

202, 822
200, 282
132, 830
175, 600

038, 316
1, 237, 882

70, 723
1. 056, 146

466), 824
348, 121
278, 072
176, 1948
600, 525
116, 634
201, 202
318, 348
868, 304
307,803
475, 305
558, 701
118, 549
194, 318
30, 886
64, 630
444, 919

137, 713
1, 279, 251

980, 750
100, 108
50%, 251
174, 446

201, 139
1, 411, 494

102, 576

07, 708
11), 218
36, 484
216, 137
27, 007
30, 777

0.393
10, 794
08, 038
050, 485
11,600
168, 080
77. 028
60, 020
37, 407
65, 166
53, 203
10, 720
47,778
WO, 695
120, 870
67, 141
11, 101
70, 717
11, 179
26, 832

3, 408
10, 170
W, 821

13, 713
287, 104
70,003
11, 319
154, CON
42, 841
30, 100
201, 702
16, 163

034, 020
170, 103

403, K3
1, 104, 302

2005, 773
218, 082
167, 114
128, 054
371, 438
(81, 401

108, 074
1,010, 010

(522, 010
821, 487
347, INO
043, 032
406,014
177, 4114
301, 123
481,230
N46, 607
041, 117
078, 206
0619, 130
107, 076
273, 174
INA, 004
101, IMO
4M2, 014

108, 110
1, 493,03%

(104, 027

16, 202
1,057, 244

772, 333
117, N45

1(K), 707
1. 001, 318

229, NNO
300), 080
138, 923
111, 2004

000), ONE
1, 304, 377

NN, 223
1, 224, R20

634, 440
308, 160
310), 839
232, 103
600, 788
132, 364
3301, 040
109, 043
985, 183
464, 944
010, 106
(138, 418
120, 728
220, 200)
31, 200

74, 106
141, 440

161, 120
1, 207, ODO
1,000, M19

121,337
7712, M.
117. 247

201, 200
1,013, 210

11%, (128

200), 180 1, 201, 600

102, 077

[ocr errors]

24 M

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

Senator COOPER. I know. Any place in the United States.

Mr. ROCKEFELLER. The money would go to a specific project or a case Fan!
specific program in a state, and only after the State health oficer had a petect of ter sekai espectarea
been consulted, so that he was in concurrence with the allocation. But sa facer really in the big sates as far as die
there would not be a general distribution of the funds to States.

It is an important facior beans are manier
Senator Cooper. There is no formula. It is just a matter of deter- og but it is a relatively small factor. However,
mination by the Department.
Mr. ROCKEFELLER. That is correct.

- I am thinking of a situation where, because of the Senator Cooler. Take the next one. Extension and improvement. wie bare, they probably have more advanced proSuppose you had $25 million appropriated by the Congress for that. Then, in a state like Wyoming do you think I understand that the apportionment to the States would still be based funds which would probably result from the on the population formula.

- cela would possibly affect the programs which can Mr. ROCKEFELLER. Exactly.

- zmed on successfully in those larger States where Senator Cooper. In the States you have a

pital facilities, like cancer control? Mr. ROCKEFELLER. A State plan.

I think the answer would be "Yes," if there
Senator Cooper. Seventy-five percent and twenty-five percent.
Mr. ROCKEFELLER. Seventy-five, fifty, and twenty-five.

port program based on the equalization formula

· "sl Survey and Construction Act. However, that Senator COOPER. Over a 6-year period.

The extension and improvement grant is alloMr. ROCKEFELLER. That is correct. But each year there would be

basis. Therefore the big States would get more rew money available to the State. Senator COOPER. Now, the support is the one I really wanted to

ger population, and that money would be applied inquire about. I do not understand the formula. Assume $65 million

their program. So that they will benefit prois appropriated by the Congress for support. The formula is changed

1. because of the larger populations that they from the present formula. Mr. ROCKEFELLER. The formula is changed.

ale cortina Senator Cooper. That applies to all of your grant-in-aid prograins. I sempat to your question

. Mr. ROCKEFELLER. The Secretary will be back tomorrow recom

Sierrain it mending or supporting legislation on vocational rehabilitation, and you will find the same formula recommended there.

V? Senator COOPER. Without going into the details by which you arrived at the apportionment to the State, the theory is that the larger E27 LETR#ila, States now would receive smaller amounts and the poorer States would

c. ******* !!!!! receive perhaps larger amounts. Mr. ROCKEFELLER. We did not develop a formula in the Secretary's

* memuda wote , *. office. This was a formula which, I think, one of your committee members is importantly responsible for having developed, Senator

*** Hill. It is a formula on which I know Senator Taft spent a great deal of time. It is apparently the formula which the States feel

T* across the board most effectively reflects what is sometimes called equalization to give special help to those States which have a lower per capita income.

Senator Coorer. I am not from a rich State, but supposing you had a State like New York or Massachusetts, one where there are great hospitals and where they have perhaps started great programs in mental health, cancer, and heart disease. This would mean, I assume, that those States would receive smaller sums.

Do you think that this would affect the programs which they may have already instituted in such fields?

Mr. ROCKEFELLER. I think this chart here is the best answer. The matching formula, as it now exists, is two Federal dollars to one State dollar. This is the average Federal contribution to State and local contributions in the 18 States for general health. Therefore, it would be clear that the wealthiest States would be spending far more or a far larger proportion of Federal to State funds than the average.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
« PreviousContinue »