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American Rescue Plan Funding
State Fiscal Recovery Funds (SFRF)
As part of the American Rescue Plan, the federal government provided Michigan $6.5 billion in flexible state fiscal recovery funds (SFRF) to support programs and policies that promote social and economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. While these funds are flexible, they do have some requirements and may not to be used for tax cuts or pension fund obligations.
SFRF funds must:
- Support urgent COVID-19 response efforts to continue to decrease spread of the virus and bring the pandemic under control
- Support immediate economic stabilization for households and businesses
- Address systemic public health and economic challenges that have contributed to the unequal impact of the pandemic
On this page you will find information on programs and projects that have been funded with SFRF dollars, dynamic funding dashboards, and related resources.
The above chart illustrates the SFRF program amount by SFRF investment with the following figures: Education, $610,450,000 (10%), Revenue Replacement, $903,000,000 (15%), Public Health, $1,161,400,000 (20%), Infrastructure, $1,459,000,000 (25%), Economic Opporutnity, $1,683,700,000 (29%)
Michigan Public Acts Appropriating COVID Relief Funds
Public Act 48 of 2021 (House Bill 4411) appropriates $202 million
Public Act 67 of 2021 (Senate Bill 27) appropriates $262 million
Public Act 87 of 2021 (Senate Bill 82) appropriates $309 million
Public Act 132 of 2021 (Senate Bill 85) appropriates $409 million
Public Act 133 of 2021 (House Bill 4398) appropriates $5 million
Public Act 9 of 2022 (House Bill 5523) appropriates $609 million
Public Act 53 of 2022 (Senate Bill 565) appropriates $2 billion
Public Act 144 of 2022 (Senate Bill 845) appropriates $414 million (removes $6m from PA 48)
Public Act 166 of 2022 (House Bill 5783) appropriates $1.6 billion