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23   that budget year in determining combined district

24   cost, shall reduce, but not by more than the amount of
25   the additional funding, the district's total state
26   school aids available under this chapter for the next
27   following budget year by the amount so determined, and
28   shall increase the district's additional property tax
29   levy for the next following budget year by the amount
30   necessary to compensate for the reduction in state
31   aid, so that the local property tax for the next
32   following year will be increased only by the amount
33   which would have been increased in the budget year if
34   the additional enrollment because of special education
35   in the budget year could have been used to establish
36   the levy.
37     There is appropriated each year from the general
38   fund of the state to the department of education the
39   amount required to pay on-time funding authorized
40   under this section, up to a maximum of thirteen
41   million dollars annually, which shall be paid to
42   school districts in the same manner as other state
43   aids are paid under section 257.16.  If the amount
44   appropriated is insufficient to provide the full
45   amount of on-time funding, the payments to school
46   districts shall be prorated such that each school
47   district shall receive an amount of on-time funding
48   equal to the percentage that the on-time funding to be
49   provided to the school district bears to the total
50   amount of on-time funding to be provided to all school
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 1   districts.
 2     Sec. 6.  Section 422.7, subsection 31, Code 1999,
 3   is amended to read as follows:
 4     31.  For a person who is disabled, or is fifty-five
 5   years of age or older, or is the surviving spouse of
 6   an individual or a survivor having an insurable
 7   interest in an individual who would have qualified for
 8   the exemption under this subsection for the tax year,
 9   subtract, to the extent included, the total amount of
10   a governmental or other pension or retirement pay,
11   including, but not limited to, defined benefit or
12   defined contribution plans, annuities, individual
13   retirement accounts, plans maintained or contributed
14   to by an employer, or maintained or contributed to by
15   a self-employed person as an employer, and deferred
16   compensation plans or any earnings attributable to the
17   deferred compensation plans, up to a maximum of five
18   six thousand dollars for a person, other than a
19   husband or wife, who files a separate state income tax
20   return and up to a maximum of ten twelve thousand
21   dollars for a husband and wife who file a joint state

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