2001 - 2002 LEGISLATURE
February 12, 2002 - Introduced by Representatives Olsen, Rhoades, Ziegelbauer,
Suder, Bies, Musser, D. Meyer, Hahn, J. Fitzgerald, Staskunas, Ryba,
Krawczyk, Huebsch, Vrakas, Lassa, Gunderson, Ward, Loeffelholz, Plale,
Walker, Gard, Kaufert, Gronemus, Shilling, Sykora, Townsend, Pettis,
Freese, Hines, Lippert, Stone
and Albers, cosponsored by Senators
Erpenbach, Darling, Moen, Rosenzweig, Huelsman, Cowles, Welch, Breske,
Burke, Kanavas, M. Meyer
and Roessler. Referred to Committee on Small
Business and Consumer Affairs.
AB792,1,3 1An Act to create 146.10 of the statutes; relating to: authorizing a retail
2establishment to adopt a policy permitting exclusion of a customer who is not
3properly attired.
Analysis by the Legislative Reference Bureau
This bill authorizes the owner or operator of a retail establishment to adopt a
policy that may require that a customer be excluded from the establishment if the
customer is not properly attired.
The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in senate and assembly, do
enact as follows:
AB792, s. 1 4Section 1. 146.10 of the statutes is created to read:
AB792,1,8 5146.10 Policy of a retail establishment concerning proper attire. (1)
6In this section, "retail establishment" means any store or shop in which retail sales
7is the principal business conducted and includes a restaurant, as defined in s. 254.61
1(2) The owner or operator of a retail establishment may adopt a policy for the
2retail establishment under which a customer may be excluded from the retail
3establishment if the customer is not properly attired.
AB792,2,5 4(3) Section 939.61 does not apply to a violation of a policy adopted under sub.
AB792,2,66 (End)