Connecticut: Revenue Sources
There is established an organ transplant account which shall be a separate, nonlapsing account within the General Fund. Any moneys collected under the contribution system established under section 12-743 shall be deposited by the Commissioner of Revenue Services into the account. This account may also receive moneys from public and private sources or from the federal government. All moneys deposited in the account shall be used by the Department of Social Services or persons acting under a contract with the department, (1) to assist residents of the state in paying all or part of any costs associated with a medically required organ transplant, (2) to assist individuals who have donated an organ to a resident of the state in paying all or part of any costs associated with the organ donation, including, but not limited to, costs of transportation, accommodation and lost wages, or (3) the promotion of the income tax contribution system and the organ transplant account. Expenditures from the account in any fiscal year for the promotion of the contribution system or the account shall not exceed ten per cent of the amount of moneys raised during the previous fiscal year provided such limitation shall not apply to an expenditure of not more than fifteen thousand dollars from the account on or before July 1, 1994, to reimburse expenditures made on or before said date, with prior written authorization of the Commissioner of Public Health, by private organizations to promote the contribution system and the organ transplant account.