On June 30, 2008, President Bush signed into law a supplemental appropriations bill (H.R. 2642) that provides emergency funding for the Iraq and Afghanistan wars and a number of domestic priorities. Among other things, the new law, P.L. 110-252, imposes a moratorium on implementation of a number of Medicaid regulations through April 1, 2009. The rules affected by the legislation involve: payments to public safety net institutions; coverage of rehabilitation services; school-based administrative and specialized medical transportation services for children; graduate medical education payments; case management services; and state provider tax laws. To finance the moratorium, the bill extends an electronic asset verification demonstration for Medicaid applicants and beneficiaries, and reduce balances in the Physician Assistance and Quality Improvement (PAQI) Fund. The law also provides an additional $150 million for Food and Drug Administration food and medical product safety efforts, and increases funding for Medicaid anti-fraud activities. The law does not include restrictions on physician ownership of hospitals, as had been included in an earlier Senate version of the measure.