(a) Except as provided in par. (ba), no No
individual who is a candidate 20
for state or local office may receive and accept more than 65 percent of the value of 21
the total disbursement level determined under s. 11.31 or 11.511 (7) (a)
for the office 22
for which he or she is a candidate during any primary and election campaign 23
combined from all committees subject to a filing requirement, including political 24
party and legislative campaign committees.
(b) Except as provided in par. (ba), no No
individual who is a candidate 2
for state or local office may receive and accept more than 45 percent of the value of 3
the total disbursement level determined under s. 11.31 or 11.511 (7) (a)
for the office 4
for which he or she is a candidate during any primary and election campaign 5
combined from all committees other than political party and legislative campaign 6
committees subject to a filing requirement.
(a) For purposes of application of the limitations imposed in subs. 13
(1), (2), and
(9) and (10)
, the "campaign" of a candidate begins and ends at the times 14
specified in this subsection.
(title) Disbursement levels and limitations; calculation.
AB40-ASA1, s. 13d
11.31 (1) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
11.31 (1) Schedule.
(intro.) The following levels of disbursements are 19
established with reference to the candidates listed below. Except as provided in sub.
20(2), such The
levels do not operate to restrict the total amount of disbursements 21
which are made or authorized to be made by any candidate in any primary or other 22
(d) Candidates for secretary of state, state treasurer, or,
superintendent, or justice,
AB40-ASA1, s. 13s
11.31 (7) (b) to (d) of the statutes are amended to read:
(b) Disbursements which are made before a campaign period for goods 9
to be delivered or services to be rendered in connection with the campaign are 10charged against allocated to
the disbursement limitation level
for that campaign.
(c) Disbursements which are made after a campaign to retire a debt incurred 12
in relation to a campaign are charged against allocated to
the disbursement 13limitation level
for that campaign.
(d) Disbursements which are made outside a campaign period and to which par. 15
(b) or (c) does not apply are not subject to any disbursement limitation level
. Such 16
disbursements are subject to s. 11.25 (2).
11.31 (8) Certain contributions excluded.
The limitations imposed under 19levels specified in
this section do not apply to a gift of anything of value constituting 20
a contribution made directly to a registrant by another, but the limitations shall 21levels do
apply to such a
gift when it is received and accepted by the recipient or if 22
received in the form of money, when disbursed.
Except as otherwise provided in ss. 5.05 (2m) (c) 15. and 16. and (h), 19
5.08, and 5.081, actions under this section or s. 11.517
may be brought by the board 20
or by the district attorney for the county where the defendant resides or, if the 21
defendant is a nonresident, by the district attorney for the county where the violation 22
is alleged to have occurred. For purposes of this subsection, a person other than a 23
natural person resides within a county if the person's principal place of operation is 24
located within that county.
Except as otherwise provided in ss. 5.05 (2m) (c) 15. and 16. and (i), 2
5.08, and 5.081, all prosecutions under this section or s. 11.518
shall be conducted 3
by the district attorney for the county where the defendant resides or, if the 4
defendant is a nonresident, by the district attorney for the county where the violation 5
is alleged to have occurred. For purposes of this subsection, a person other than a 6
natural person resides within a county if the person's principal place of operation is 7
located within that county.
(a) "Department" means the department of commerce 10administration
AB40-ASA1, s. 20
13.099 (1) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
(b) "State housing strategy plan" means the plan developed under 13
s. 560.9802 16.302
AB40-ASA1, s. 21
13.099 (2) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
(a) If any bill that is introduced in either house of the legislature 16
directly or substantially affects the development, construction, cost
or availability 17
of housing in this state, the department shall prepare a report on the bill within 30 18
days after it is introduced. The department may request any information from other 19
state agencies, local governments or individuals,
or organizations that is reasonably 20
necessary for the department to prepare the report.
AB40-ASA1, s. 25
13.099 (3) (a) 5. of the statutes is amended to read:
(a) 5. Housing costs, as defined in s.
(3) (a) and (b).
AB40-ASA1, s. 35
13.48 (2) (b) 1m. of the statutes is amended to read:
(b) 1m. The University of Wisconsin System may not accept any gift, 2
grant or bequest of real property with a value in excess of $30,000 $150,000
or any 3
gift, grant or bequest of a building or structure that is constructed for the benefit of 4
the system or any institution thereof without the approval of the building 5
(d) The building commission, for the purpose of carrying out s. 36.33 9
relating to the sale and purchase of agricultural lands of the University of Wisconsin, 10
may authorize the advance of sums from the state building trust fund for the 11
purchase price, including option payments, of agricultural lands to be acquired by 12
the University of Wisconsin and for expenses incurred in selling agricultural lands 13
presently owned by the University of Wisconsin, including, without limitation 14
because of enumeration, expenses of surveying, platting, constructing and 15
improving streets and utilities and drainage in such a way as to realize the greatest 16
return to the state in the sale of such lands, and other selling expenses. All such sums 17
advanced shall be repaid to the state building trust fund from the appropriation 18
made by s. 20.285 (1) (ka) (xq)
13.48 (3) State building trust fund.
In the interest of the continuity of the 22
program, the moneys appropriated to the state building trust fund under s. 20.867 23
(2) (f) shall be retained as a nonlapsing building depreciation reserve. Such moneys 24
shall be deposited into the state building trust fund. At such times as the building 25
commission directs, or in emergency situations under s. 16.855 (16) (b), the governor
shall authorize releases from this fund to become available for projects and shall 2
direct the department of administration to allocate from this fund such amounts as 3
are approved for these projects. In issuing such directions, the building commission 4
shall consider the cash balance in the state building trust fund, the necessity and 5
urgency of the proposed improvement, employment conditions and availability of 6
materials in the locality in which the improvement is to be made. The building 7
commission may authorize any project costing $500,000
or less in 8
accordance with priorities to be established by the building commission and may 9
adjust the priorities by deleting, substituting or adding new projects as needed to 10
reflect changing program needs and unforeseen circumstances. The building 11
commission may enter into contracts for the construction of buildings for any state 12
agency, except a project authorized under sub. (10) (c)
, and shall be responsible for 13
accounting for all funds released to projects. The building commission may designate 14
the department of administration or the agency for which the project is constructed 15
to act as its representative in such accounting.
13.48 (4) State agencies to report proposed projects. Each Whenever any 18
state agency contemplating contemplates
a project under this the state building 19
shall report its proposed projects the project
to the building commission
20The report shall be made
on such date and in such manner as the building 21
commission prescribes. This subsection does not apply to projects identified in sub.
AB40-ASA1, s. 47
13.48 (10) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
(a) No Except as provided in par. (c), no
state board, agency, officer, 25
or body corporate may enter into a contract for the
construction, reconstruction, remodeling of,
or addition to any building, structure, 2
or facility, in connection with any building project which involves a cost in excess of 3$150,000 $185,000
without completion of final plans and arrangement for 4
supervision of construction and prior approval by the building commission. The
5building commission may not approve a contract for the construction, reconstruction,
6renovation or remodeling of or an addition to a state building as defined in s. 44.51
7(2) unless it determines that s. 44.57 has been complied with or does not apply.
section applies to the department of transportation only in respect to buildings, 9
and facilities to be used for administrative or operating functions, 10
including buildings, land,
and equipment to be used for the motor vehicle emission 11
inspection and maintenance program under s. 110.20.
AB40-ASA1, s. 49
13.48 (10) (c) of the statutes is created to read:
(c) Paragraph (a) does not apply to any contract for a building project 14
involving a cost of less than $500,000 to be constructed for the University of 15
Wisconsin System that is funded entirely from the proceeds of gifts and grants made 16
to the system.
(a) In this subsection, "agency" has the meaning given for "state 19
agency" in s. 20.001 (1), except that during the period beginning on October 27, 2007,
20and ending on June 30, 2009, and the period beginning on July 1, 2009,
the term does 21
not include the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System.
(am) Subject Except as provided in this paragraph and subject
to par. 24
(d), the building commission shall have the authority to sell or lease all or any part 25
of a state-owned building or structure or state-owned land, including farmland,
where such authority is not otherwise provided to an agency by law, and may transfer 2
land under its jurisdiction among agencies. The building commission does not have
3the authority to sell or lease any state-owned property under this paragraph after
4the department of administration notifies the commission in writing that an offer of
5sale or sale with respect to a property is pending under s. 16.848 (1). If the sale is
6not completed and no further action is pending with respect to the property, the
7authority of the building commission under this paragraph is restored.
13.48 (29) Small projects.
Except as otherwise required under s. 16.855 10
(10m), the building commission may prescribe simplified policies and procedures to 11
be used in lieu of the procedures provided in s. 16.855 for any project that does not 12
require prior approval of the building commission under sub. (10) (a), except projects
13specified in sub. (10) (c)
AB40-ASA1, s. 56g
13.48 (32) (b) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
(b) (intro.) The building commission may authorize up to 16$15,000,000 $23,000,000
of general fund supported borrowing to aid in the 17
construction of a dental clinic and education facility at Marquette University. The 18
state funding commitment for the construction of the facility shall be in the form of 19
a construction grant to Marquette University. Before approving any state funding 20
commitment for such a facility and before awarding the construction grant to 21
Marquette University, the building commission shall determine that all of the 22
following conditions have been met:
AB40-ASA1, s. 56h
13.48 (32) (b) 1. of the statutes is amended to read:
(b) 1. Marquette University has secured additional funding 25
commitments of at least $15,000,000 $23,000,000
from nonstate revenue sources,
the nonstate revenue sources are reasonable and available and the total funding 2
commitments of the state and the nonstate sources will permit Marquette University 3
to enter into contracts for the construction of the dental clinic and education facility.
13.48 (40m) Lac du Flambeau Indian Tribal Cultural Center.
(a) The 6
legislature finds and determines that the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior 7
Chippewa has played a vital part in the course of Wisconsin history and has 8
contributed in countless and significant ways to the cultural richness and diversity 9
of this state. Moreover, the legislature finds and determines that Wisconsin citizens, 10
including students, can benefit from learning more about the history and the culture 11
of the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. It is therefore in the public 12
interest, and it is the public policy of this state, to assist the Lac du Flambeau Band 13
of Lake Superior Chippewa in the construction of a tribal cultural center.
(b) The building commission may authorize up to $250,000 in general fund 15
supported borrowing to aid in the construction of a tribal cultural center for the Lac 16
du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. The state funding commitment shall 17
be in the form of a grant to the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. 18
Before approving any state funding commitment under this paragraph, the building 19
commission shall determine that the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior 20
Chippewa has secured at least $1,373,000 in additional funding from nonstate 21
donations for the project.
(c) If the building commission authorizes a grant to the Lac du Flambeau Band 23
of Lake Superior Chippewa under par. (b) and if, for any reason, the facility that is 24
constructed with funds from the grant is not used as a tribal cultural center, the state
shall retain an ownership interest in the facility equal to the amount of the state's 2