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School-to-work and work-based learning programs: administration transferred from TCS Board to Governor's Work-Based Learning Board [Sec. 156, 217, 221, 333, 351, 352, 714-724, 1835-1839; original bill only] - AB100
Shortage of nursing and other health care professionals: U.W. System and technical college system asked to form a task force to recommend ways to reduce -  AR14
Special orders of business for April 12, 2005 established re AB-149, AB-157, AB-206, AB-208, AB-209, AB-241, AB-246, AB-261, AB-277, AB-278, AJR-20  - AR12
State agency appropriation lapses to general fund [Sec. 9255 (1); A.Sub.Amdt.1: amount revisions, Corr.Dept and DVA removed from list] -  AB100
Technical college district board members: appointment system replaced with nonpartisan election; term changed to four years - AB603
Technical college district board members: appointment system replaced with nonpartisan election; term changed to four years - SB576
Technical college district board prohibited from increasing its property tax levy over certain amount, sunset provision; appropriation revision -  SB669
Technical college district prohibited from increasing its levy limit; referendum provision -  SB531
Tuition and fee remissions for veteran, spouse, surviving spouse, and children of certain veterans re U.W. and TCS boards: eligibility expanded re certain service-connected disability  - SB427
Tuition and fee remissions for veteran, spouse, surviving spouse, and children of certain veterans re U.W. and TCS boards: eligibility expanded re certain service-connected disability; residence requirement re incurrence of disability removed  - AB879
Tuition and fee remissions for veteran, spouse, surviving spouse, and children of certain veterans re U.W. and TCS boards: eligibility expanded to include veterans with certain residency prior to registering as a student -  AB916
Tuition and fee remissions for veteran, spouse, surviving spouse and children of certain veterans: U.W. and TCS boards required to grant [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 702m, n, 708d, 709m, n, 769n, p, 9353 (2q), (2r); A.Amdt.40: further revisions, 9353 (2q), (2r), deletes 769n, p, 9353 (2q), (2r)] - AB100
Tuition and fee remissions for veterans re U.W. and TCS boards: residence requirement re incurrence of service-connected disability removed; eligibility expanded to include unremarried spouse and children of veteran who died as a result of a service-connected disability, residency provision  - AB1034
Tuition and fee remissions for veterans re U.W. and TCS boards: residence requirement re incurrence of service-connected disability removed; eligibility expanded to include unremarried spouse and children of veteran who died as a result of a service-connected disability, residency provision  - SB613
U.W. Board of Regents, TCS Board, or technical college district board: it is not employment discrimination for these entities to refuse to employ or terminate employment of an individual with an unpardoned felony conviction - AB1147
U.W. student rights and academic conduct of instructors regulations created; work day for medical intern set; contract re naming rights to U.W. arena, playing field, or stadium prohibited; maximum weight standards for textbooks used by all students and pupils required -  AB578
technologyTechnology, see Data processing; Industrial development; specific subject
telecommunicationsTelecommunications
Discharging a firearm in the direction of an electric transmission facility prohibited [A.Amdt.1: telecommunications added, ``transmission facility" definition]  - AB748
Educational Telecommunications Access Program: educational agencies may request expanded services; DOA to apply for aid under E-Rate Program; agencies required to pay monthly fee to cover costs [Sec. 94-104, 408, 409, 458]  - AB100
Mobile telephone service provider regulations created including billing statements, contract renewal or termination, and disclosure of customer's name and wireless telephone number without consent; DATCP duties specified; action and forfeiture provisions -  AB334
Raw forest products: exemptions from harvesting on tax delinquent land created re maintaining railroad tracks, pipelines, and utility right-of-way -  AB1173
Raw forest products: exemptions from harvesting on tax delinquent land created re maintaining railroad tracks, pipelines, and utility right-of-way -  SB683
State telecommunications services: use of [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 81m, 94m, n, 695q] -  AB100
Technology-enhanced high school curriculum: grants to consortia of school districts meeting certain criteria [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 103m, 411g] - AB100
Telecommunication utility late fee charges to retail customers [Sec. 157, 2098, 9339 (1); A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions, deletes 157, 9339 (1)] -  AB100
Telecommunications cooperative: retained earnings include patronage capital -  AB195
Telecommunications cooperative: retained earnings include patronage capital -  SB111
Universal service fund surcharges [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 2097q, r] - AB100
telegraphTelegraph
DFI revisions re pawnbrokers, Division of Banking authority, trust services, seller of checks, securities and investments, franchises, and collection agencies (remedial legislation)  - SB512
telemarketingTelemarketing, see Telephone
telephoneTelephone, see also Telecommunications
Absentee ballot revisions re requests by facsimile or email, deadline to request, military electors, witness, prepaid return postage, notice of hours, opening ballots in public, observation in certain nursing homes and other facilities, alternate site, election observers, electioneering, and option to count absentee ballots at a central location [A.Amdt.6: certain electors may request automatic absentee ballots]  - SB612
Absentee ballots: mailing and transmittal provisions revised  - SB419
Assembly Sergeant at Arms, Office of: employees required to answer telephones in legislator offices when staff is on vacation, leave, or in an emergency [Assembly rule 6 (1)(L)] - AR32
Cellular or mobile telephone use while operating a motor vehicle with a probationary license or instruction permit prohibited; emergency exception -  AB76
Cellular or mobile telephone use while operating a motor vehicle with a probationary license or instruction permit prohibited; emergency exception -  SB120
Cellular telephone use while operating a motor vehicle prohibited re persons holding probationary licenses or motor vehicle or motorcycle instruction permits; emergency and forfeiture provisions -  AB120
Cellular telephone use while operating a motor vehicle prohibited re persons holding probationary licenses or motor vehicle or motorcycle instruction permits; emergency and forfeiture provisions -  SB84
Cellular telepone use by vehicle operator during accident: new form of traffic offense created; DOT to prepare uniform report form or automated format; rebuttable presumption created; written warning re sale or lease of phones required; JCRCP duties -  AB1113
Commercial mobile telephone monthly service contract: expiration of monthly access time specified  - AB476
Computer system or telephone used to invite harassment or send obscene, lewd, or profane messages prohibited; penalty provided -  AB188
Energy utility required to provide customer call service from within the utility's service territory in this state; definitions provision -  AB1123
Facsimile soliciter who received notice that a person does not want to receive facsimile transmissions may not disclose the facsimile transmission number [A.Amdt.2: notification by telephone added; A.Amdt.3: document must include name of person transmitting the document] - AB103
Family and school communications protection registry created; DATCP duties specified; fee and penalty provisions; ``restricted message" definition - AB1029
Family and school communications protection registry created; DATCP duties specified; fee and penalty provisions; ``restricted message" definition - SB636
Fraud, waste, and mismanagement in state government: LAB to maintain toll-free number and voice mail to receive reports - SB80
Home care placement agency notification requirements re home care worker and consumer; complaint, liability, damages, and definition provisions [A.Amdt.2: telephone numbers for reporting abuse provision] -  AB792
Law enforcement services: city or village may abolish its police department and contract with county sheriff to provide; provision for villages under certain population [A.Amdt.1: city in more than one county provision added; A. Amdt.2: 911 telephone service provision added] - AB79
Legislative hotline call requesting a particular member of the Assembly: referral to any other member of the Assembly or Senate without written consent of the Assembly member who was called prohibited [Assembly rules 95 (43m) and 99m]  - AR21
Mobile telephone service contracts: provisions for termination by members of the military called into active service [A.Amdt.3: suspension added, action for damages provision] - AB1174
Mobile telephone service contracts: provisions for termination by members of the military called into active service  - SB691
911 emergency call: intentionally preventing another person from making prohibited; misdemeanor penalty  - AB408
Out-of-state pharmacy licensure requirements created; toll-free telephone number provision [A.Amdt.1: ``toll-free" deleted] -  AB722
State agencies and authorities required to clearly display a telephone number for general information on their Internet home pages; links to subunits and list of certain employee telephone numbers also required; DOA duty set  - AB780
State agencies and authorities telephone directory: DOA directed to publish and distribute; U.W. System provision - AB781
State agencies required to post public telephone number to their Internet home page; DOA duty set - AB504
Telephone record pertaining to another person: obtaining, soliciting, or selling without the person's consent for fraudulent reasons prohibited; definitions, Internet, and penalty provisions [S.Amdt.1: actions for damages provision revised]  - AB1014
Telephone record pertaining to another person: obtaining, soliciting, or selling without the person's consent for fraudulent reasons prohibited; definitions, Internet, and penalty provisions - SB595
Telephone solicitation regulations revised re commercial mobile service, certain nonprofit organizations, customer notice to solicitor against telephone solicitations, penalties, and DATCP registration fee -  SB116
Telephone solicitation regulations revised re commercial mobile service, definition, customer notice to solicitor against telephone solicitations, penalties, and DATCP registration fee - AB416
Telephone solicitations: residential and nonresidential customer definitions broadened to include mobile telephone customers re nonsoliciation directory; notice to DATCP re nonsoliciation directory changed to 5 years; threats of violence or harassment by solicitor to recipient prohibited, penalty provision  - AB415
Wireless telephones: collection requirements created for used equipment; state agency purchase or lease provisions; forfeiture provided -  AB1111
televisionTelevision, see also Electric appliance
Campaign finance report revisions: registration and reporting exemptions and threshold, mass communication expenditures, reporting by candidates who do not accept WECF grants and special interest committees under certain conditions, and timeliness in filing reports -  AB226
Campaign finance report revisions: registration and reporting exemptions and threshold, mass communication expenditures, reporting by candidates who do not accept WECF grants and special interest committees under certain conditions, and timeliness in filing reports -  SB46
Discovery of material from members of the news media in civil actions modified -  AB1155
Encryption of audio and video programming prohibited re broadcast and cable television service  - AB468
Film production companies: income and franchise tax credits created [S.Amdt.1: Comm.Dept duties added]  - SB563
Inattentive driving: current prohibitions revised; prohibition re electronic device that is activated and transmitting information or entertainment by visual means created, exceptions provided - AB567
Public broadcasting television stations and public access cable channels: 2001 WisAct 109 provisions re free time for candidates for state offices repealed - AB226
Public broadcasting television stations and public access cable channels: 2001 WisAct 109 provisions re free time for candidates for state offices repealed - SB46
Television news or other programs: school board may not contract with provider if programs include commercials  - AB477
temporary assistance for needy families _tanf_Temporary assistance for needy families (TANF), see Public assistance
temporary help agencyTemporary help agency, see Employment bureau
terminally illTerminally ill, see Death
textbookTextbook
Instructional materials: publishers required to provide in an electronic format upon request from nonprofit or public institutions of higher education, conditions and formats specified; TCS Board and U.W. Board of Regents duties specified; public accommodations law provision -  AB1142
Textbooks that use ``common era" (CE) or ``before common era" (BCE): school board prohibited from adopting  - SB506
U.W. student rights and academic conduct of instructors regulations created; work day for medical intern set; contract re naming rights to U.W. arena, playing field, or stadium prohibited; maximum weight standards for textbooks used by all students and pupils required -  AB578
theaterTheater
Art and arts education centers: property tax exemption created - SB3
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