2011 - 2012 LEGISLATURE
ASSEMBLY AMENDMENT 8,
TO ASSEMBLY SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT 1,
TO 2011 ASSEMBLY BILL 40
June 14, 2011 - Offered by Representatives Mason, Bewley, Grigsby, Roys, Seidel
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: increase the dollar amount for fiscal year 2011-12 by 3
$35,800,700 and increase the dollar amount for fiscal year 2012-13 by $35,800,700 4
to increase funding for the purposes for which the appropriation is made.
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: increase the dollar amount for fiscal year 2011-12 by 8
$60,390 and increase the dollar amount for fiscal year 2012-13 by $38,610 for the 9
purpose for which the appropriation is made.
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: increase the dollar amount for fiscal year 2011-12 by 11
$250,900 and increase the dollar amount for fiscal year 2012-13 by $250,900 for the
purpose of increasing the authorized FTE positions for the department of 2
administration by 2.0 GPR positions for certifying disabled veteran-owned, 3
woman-owned, and minority businesses.
20.143 (1) (er) of the statutes is renumbered 20.192 (1) (er) and 6
amended to read:
(er) Rural economic development program.
Biennially, the amounts 8
in the schedule for grants and loans
under s. 560.17 238.2999
20.143 (1) (fw) of the statutes is renumbered 20.165 (1) (fw) and 11
amended to read:
(fw) Women's business initiative corporation.
The amounts in the 13
schedule for grants to the women's business initiative corporation under s. 560.037 14440.9997
(ac) Veterans assistance.
From the general fund, the amounts in the 18
schedule for general program operations of the veterans assistance program under 19
s. 45.43. No moneys may be encumbered or expended from this appropriation after
20June 30, 2009.
The department shall administer a program to provide assistance to 24
persons who served in the U.S. armed forces or in forces incorporated as part of the
U.S. armed forces and who were discharged under conditions other than 2
dishonorable. The department shall provide assistance to persons whose need for 3
services is based upon homelessness, incarceration, or other circumstances 4
designated by the department by rule. The department shall designate the 5
assistance available under this section, which may include assistance in receiving 6
medical care, dental care, education, employment, single room occupancy housing, 7
and transitional housing. The department may provide payments to facilitate the 8
provision of services under this section. From the appropriation under s. 20.485 (2) 9
(ac), the department shall provide $15,000 annually during fiscal years 2007-08 and 10
2008-09 to the Center for Veterans Issues, Ltd., of Milwaukee, to provide outreach 11
services to homeless veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder.
12appropriation under s. 20.485 (2) (ac), the department shall allocate $67,100 in fiscal
13year 2011-12 and $42,900 in fiscal year 2011-13 to provide assistance to unemployed
14and underemployed veterans for the purposes of receiving employment training and
49.143 (2r) Job programs.
A Wisconsin Works agency shall collaborate with 19
the local workforce development board to connect individuals seeking employment 20
with employment opportunities, including the trial job program under s. 49.147 (3) 21
and, if operating in the geographical area in which the Wisconsin Works agency 22
administers Wisconsin Works, the transitional jobs demonstration project program 23
under s. 49.162.".
49.162 (title) of the statutes is amended to read:
(title) Transitional jobs demonstration project program.
(intro.) Subject to sub. (3) (b), the department shall conduct operate 7
a demonstration project, beginning on January 1, 2010,
that offers 8
transitional jobs to low-income adults. To be eligible to participate in the 9demonstration project program
, an individual must satisfy all of the following 10
(a) The department shall provide transitional jobs under the 14
(b) The department shall seek federal funds to pay for the cost of 19
operating the demonstration project program
, and may conduct the project program 20
only to the extent that the department obtains federal funds.
(c) The department shall promulgate rules for the operation of the 23demonstration project program
under this section.
(intro.) For each program developed and implemented by the board 12under sub. (1)
, the board shall do all of the following:
(intro.) The board shall require for each program developed and 16
implemented by the board under sub. (1)
all of the following:
The board shall develop and implement a program to identify and 19
respond to potential retention problems for companies doing business in Wisconsin. 20
The program shall include all of the following:
(a) Identification of the top 300 companies doing business in this state based 22
on a company's number of employees, capital investment in this state, and overall 23
economic impact on this state.
(b) A business retention strategy that targets industries and industry clusters 2
based on the collection and analysis of data related to the economic viability of the 3
companies identified in par. (a).
(c) Development and implementation of an early detection and response 5
system to potential retention problems that includes annual visits to the companies 6
identified under par. (a).
(d) Creation of a database that includes business retention case histories, best 8
practices, and retention specialists, and other information that is useful to identify 9
and respond to retention challenges, as determined by the board.".
560.037 of the statutes is renumbered 440.9997, and 440.9997 13
(1) (intro.) of the statutes, as renumbered, is amended to read:
(intro.) Subject to sub. (3), the department may make grants from 15
the appropriation under s. 20.143 20.165
(1) (fw) to the women's business initiative 16
corporation to fund its operating costs if all of the following apply:".
560.17 (title) and (1) (intro.) of the statutes are renumbered 19
288.2999 (title) and (1) (intro.).
AB40-ASA1-AA8, s. 3352m
560.17 (1) (am) to (d) and (2) to (6r) of the statutes are 22
renumbered 238.2999 (1) (am) to (d) and (2) to (6r), and 238.2999 (1) (am), (2), (3) 23
(intro.) and (f), (4) (intro.), (4m), (5c) (a) (intro.), (5m) (a) (intro.), (bm), and (cm), (6) 24
(intro.) and (6r), as renumbered, are amended to read:
(am) "Brownfields" has the meaning given in s. 238.13 (1) (a) or 2
s. 560.13 (1) (a), 2009 stats
(a) At the request of the board, the department The corporation
shall make 4award
a grant or make a
loan to a business to which the board corporation
awarded a grant or made a
loan under this section.
(b) The department corporation
shall make the award any
grant or loan
the appropriation under s. 20.143 (1) (er) or (ir)
(intro.) Subject to sub. (4m), the board corporation
may award a grant under 9
this subsection to a business if all of the following apply:
(f) The board corporation
considers the factors listed in sub. (4).
(intro.) Before awarding a grant under sub. (3), the board corporation
consider all of the following:
Of the total amount awarded in grants in a fiscal
sub. (3), the board corporation
shall award not less than 25% and not more than 50% 15
for purposes related to an agricultural business. The board corporation
shall give 16
priority under this subsection for grants that will be used for purposes related to a 17
dairy farm, as defined in s. 97.22 (1) (a).
(a) (intro.) Subject to par. (b), the board corporation
may award a grant 19
under this subsection to a person or business proposing to start up, modernize or 20
expand in this state a dairy farm, as defined in s. 97.22 (1) (a), or other agricultural 21
business if all of the following apply:
(a) (intro.) Subject to par. (cm), the board corporation
may award a grant 23
or make a
loan under this subsection that does not exceed $100,000 to a business if 24
all of the following apply:
(bm) If a business receives a grant or loan under this subsection for the purpose 2
specified in par. (b) 3., the department corporation
shall ensure that an employee of 3
the business has the option of accepting or declining any relocation assistance that 4
is available as a result of the grant or loan.