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State of Wisconsin
October 13, 2005
The Honorable, The Senate:
Pursuant to Senate Rule 46(2)(c), I am writing to direct that Senate Joint Resolution 35 be withdrawn from the committee on Veterans, Homeland Security, Military Affairs, Small Business, and Government Reform and rereferred to the committee on Labor and Election Process Reform. I have obtained the consent of the appropriate chairperson.
Sincerely,
ALAN LASEE
Senate President
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The committee on Natural Resources and Transportation reports and recommends:
Relating to landfilling of solid waste.
No action taken.
Relating to miscellaneous structures and dredging in navigable waterways.
No action taken.
Relating to excluding additional organic compounds for the volatile organic compound (VOC) definition and to VOC emission limits for yeast manufacturing.
No action taken.
Relating to the 2005 migratory game bird seasons.
No action taken.
Neal Kedzie
Chairperson
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Senate amendment 3 to Senate Bill 38 offered by Senator Leibham.
Senate amendment 1 to Senate Bill 222 offered by Senator Reynolds.
Senate amendment 1 to Senate Bill 223 offered by Senator Reynolds.
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The Chief Clerk makes the following entries dated Monday, October 17, 2005.
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Read and referred:
Senate Joint Resolution 44
Relating to: designating the state of Wisconsin's maritime museum.
By Senators Leibham and A. Lasee; cosponsored by Representatives Ziegelbauer, Kestell and F. Lasee.
To committee on Senate Organization.
Read first time and referred:
Senate Bill 386
Relating to: immunity from civil liability for providing safety services related to the inspection and installation of child safety restraint systems in motor vehicles.
By Senator Stepp ; cosponsored by Representative Lamb .
To committee on Judiciary, Corrections and Privacy.
Senate Bill 387
Relating to: repossession of goods in consumer credit transactions and certain consumer leases.
By Senators Harsdorf, Leibham, Wirch and Olsen; cosponsored by Representatives Hundertmark, Freese, Van Roy, Hahn, Hines, Townsend, Ballweg, Strachota, LeMahieu, Ainsworth, Suder, Lamb, Schneider and Vos.
To committee on Judiciary, Corrections and Privacy.
Senate Bill 388
Relating to: establishing a publicly financed health care system for residents of this state, creating the Department of Health Planning and Finance, Health Policy Board, and regional consumer health councils, granting rule-making authority, and making appropriations.
By Senators Miller, Carpenter, Erpenbach, Risser, Robson and Wirch; cosponsored by Representatives Benedict, Berceau, Black, Boyle, Fields, Grigsby, Kessler, Parisi, Pocan, Pope-Roberts and Sheridan, by request of Coalition for Wisconsin Health.
To committee on Health, Children, Families, Aging and Long Term Care.
Senate Bill 389
Relating to: default judgments in cases involving citations issued for certain violations, including underage drinking and smoking.
By Senator Darling ; cosponsored by Representatives Kleefisch, Molepske, Gundrum, Vos, Mursau, Seidel, Musser, Hines, Schneider, Petrowski and Townsend.
To committee on Judiciary, Corrections and Privacy.
Senate Bill 390
Relating to: a harbor assistance grant for the construction of a dockwall in the city of Marinette.
By Senator A. Lasee ; cosponsored by Representatives Gard and Mursau.
To committee on Veterans, Homeland Security, Military Affairs, Small Business and Government Reform.
Senate Bill 391
Relating to: guardianships, conservatorships, and wards; involuntary administration of psychotropic medication; protective placements and protective services; powers of attorney for health care; durable powers of attorney; venue, residence, and county of responsibility; requiring the exercise of rule-making authority; and providing a penalty.
S395 By Senators Olsen, Miller, Roessler, Darling, Erpenbach, Risser, Harsdorf, Plale and Wirch; cosponsored by Representatives Townsend, Krusick, Kestell, Krawczyk, Hines, Gielow, Musser, Hahn, Ott, Berceau, Sherman, Seidel, Sheridan and Lehman.
To committee on Health, Children, Families, Aging and Long Term Care.
Senate Bill 392
Relating to: the sale of gift certificates, gift cards, and other gift obligations and providing penalties.
By Senators Lazich, Brown and Roessler; cosponsored by Representatives Nass, Suder, Hahn, Petrowski, Albers, Pettis and Ainsworth.
To committee on Veterans, Homeland Security, Military Affairs, Small Business and Government Reform.
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State of Wisconsin
Office of the Secretary of State
To the Honorable, the Senate:
Bill Number Act Number Publication Date
Senate Bill 218 Act 49 October 27 , 2005
Senate Bill 266 Act 50 October 27 , 2005
Sincerely,
DOUGLAS LA FOLLETTE
Secretary of State
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Relating to cleaning methods for historic buildings.
Submitted by Department of Commerce.
Report received from Agency, October 14, 2005.
Referred to committee on Job Creation, Economic Development and Consumer Affairs, October 17, 2005.
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Senate substitute amendment 2 to Senate Bill 221 offered by Senator Lassa.
Senate amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 278 offered by Senator Roessler.
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The Chief Clerk makes the following entries dated Tuesday, October 18, 2005.
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Read and referred:
Senate Joint Resolution 45
Relating to: proclaiming the month of October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
By Senators Darling, Taylor, Kapanke, Coggs, Schultz, Brown, Roessler, A. Lasee, Erpenbach, Leibham, Lassa, Cowles, Harsdorf, Stepp, Robson, Lazich, Plale and Ellis; cosponsored by Representatives Rhoades, Vruwink, Lamb, Huebsch, Sinicki, Benedict, Hines, Hubler, Cullen, Gronemus, Shilling, Wood, Travis, Suder, M. Williams, Ott, Fields, Sheridan, Gard, Lehman, Grigsby, Nischke, Nelson, Boyle, Musser, Pettis, Berceau, McCormick, Pocan, Davis, Hundertmark, Seidel, Nerison, Jeskewitz, Owens, Kerkman, Toles, Van Roy, Wasserman, Kreibich, Kreuser, Molepske, Ziegelbauer, Hebl, Albers, Krawczyk, Vrakas, Petrowski, Towns, Gielow, Strachota, Ballweg and Gunderson.
To committee on Senate Organization.
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