$9.8 billion total for the fiscal year that begins July 1 -- an increase of $812 million over the current budget, or 8.58 percent.

EDUCATION:

Increase of nearly $90 million for elementary and secondary public education, to $1.85 billion.

Increase of $2 million for special education and $3.25 million for a program for "at-risk" students.

$57 million for enhancements for higher education, plus increased funding for community colleges and a $3.5 million increase in scholarships.

$3.5 million for start-up costs of a proposed math-science residential high school, plus $10 million to prepare site.

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT:

$20 million for an Economic Development Opportunities Fund, to be used to lure businesses to Maryland and keep those already in the state.

$1.1 million for improving international trade programs, plus $937,000 for an Office of Technology.

CHESAPEAKE BAY:

$8 million for programs to remove nitrogen from waste water, improve sewage treatment and continue conservation projects.

PUBLIC SAFETY:

$1 million for a Med-Evac base in Montgomery County.

$38.5 million for first year of an 11-year, $368 million program to demolish antiquated corrections facilities and build new ones.

LIGHT RAIL:

$43 million for first year of construction of $290 million, 27-mile light rail systems connecting Baltimore and Anne Arundel counties to downtown Baltimore.

SAVINGS AND LOANS:

An additional $77 million in a special reserve fund to be used to pay back depositors whose funds have been frozen in defunct thrift institutions.

SOCIAL SERVICES:

$5.5 million to expand availability of day care.

$8 million for first year of a three-year, $41 million initiative for improving mental health programs.

5 percent increase in Aid to Families with Dependent Children payments.

$9 million for AIDS testing, counseling and education programs.