WEDC: requirements for meetings of board of directors and formally constituted subunits established; board membership revised - SB581
educational approval boardEducational Approval Board
EAB eliminated, functions transferred to DSPS [Sec. 22, 68, 69, 225-228, 579, 663-704, 733-738, 1018, 1043, 1044, 1087, 1088, 1112, 1113, 1332, 1454, 1642, 1643, 1644, 1691, 1935, 1936, 2248, 2250, 2264, 9111 (1), 9411 (1); A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions, EAB temporarily transferred to DSPS then eliminated, functions remain with DSPS, 48m, 52m, o, 69d, e, 663m, 665m, 669m, 671m, 672m, 673m, 674m, 680m, 685m, 688m, 689m, 694m, 700m, 701m, 703m, 704d-m, 738h, j, 1936am-zm, 2149m, p, 2248m, p, 2250m, p, 9111 (1p), (1q), 9411 (1p), (1q), deletes 69, 663, 665, 669, 671-685, 688-694, 700, 701, 703, 704, 738, 2248, 2250, 9411 (1), 1936 renumbered 1936am, 9111 (1) revised and renumbered 9111 (1q)] - AB64
EAB eliminated, functions transferred to DSPS [Sec. 22, 68, 69, 225-228, 579, 663-704, 733-738, 1018, 1043, 1044, 1087, 1088, 1112, 1113, 1332, 1454, 1642-1644, 1691, 1935, 1936, 2248, 2250, 2264, 9111 (1), 9411 (1)] - SB30
educational service agency, cooperativeEducational Service Agency, Cooperative
Emergency administration of opioid antagonist to pupils and other persons appearing to overdose: civil liability for school bus operator and employees and volunteers of public, private, and tribal schools; calling 911 provision [A.Amdt.1: college residence hall director added] - Jr7 AB1
Emergency administration of opioid antagonist to pupils and other persons appearing to overdose: civil liability for school bus operator and employees and volunteers of public, private, and tribal schools; calling 911 provision - Jr7 SB1
Minimum number of hours of direct pupil instruction: pilot program created in which a school district in CESA 6 region may opt out of the requirement - AB221
Minimum number of hours of direct pupil instruction: pilot program created in which a school district in CESA 6 region may opt out of the requirement - SB105
Rural school teacher talent pilot program created; grants from DPI to CESAs [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 206m, 1475m] - AB64
School-based mental health services grants established re collaborating with community mental health agencies; Superintendent of Public Instruction to establish an advisory committee; emergency rules provision [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 215k, 1470g, 9135 (4f)] - AB64
edvest _college savings program_EdVest (college savings program), see Scholarships and loans
eitc _earned income tax credit_EITC (Earned income tax credit), see Income tax -- Credit
electionsElections, see also Referendum
Classified service employee running for a partisan political office: eliminate leave of absence requirement - AB129
Elections Commission required to deplete federal Help America Vote Act funds before using state funds for election administration purposes [Sec. 9113 (1)] - AB64
Elections Commission required to deplete federal Help America Vote Act funds before using state funds for election administration purposes [Sec. 9113 (1)] - SB30
Offer of employment from a public official or candidate to an individual to induce that person to not seek election to the same office held or sought by the official or candidate prohibited - AB223
Restore free and fair elections: petition the U.S. Congress to call a convention to propose an amendment to the Constitution; Wisconsin delegation conditions - AJR35
Restore free and fair elections: petition the U.S. Congress to call a convention to propose an amendment to the Constitution; Wisconsin delegation conditions - SJR24
Scheduling of referendum to exceed school district revenue limit concurrent with a spring election or general election required; exceptions and bond issue provision - AB269
Scheduling of referendum to exceed school district revenue limit concurrent with a spring election or general election required; exceptions and bond issue provision - SB194
Scheduling of referendum to exceed school district revenue limit: concurrent with regularly-scheduled election days and limited to 2 per year, exception and bond issue provisions [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 1c, d, 996pm-t, 1640i-r, 9335 (1f), (1g), 9435 (1w)] - AB64
elections _ advertisingElections -- Advertising
Knowingly providing false election-related information to induce a person from refraining to register to vote or voting prohibited; exemption from liability for publisher of the information, filing a complaint with Elections Commission, and penalty provisions - SB498
Mass communications: reporting to the Ethics Commission revised; definition provisions - AB472
Mass communications: reporting to the Ethics Commission revised; definition provisions - SB375
elections _ ballotsElections -- Ballots
Advisory referendum for November 2018 ballot re should Congress propose an amendment to the U.S. Constitution to overturn Citizens United v. F.E.C. - AJR53
Advisory referendum for November 2018 ballot re should Congress propose an amendment to the U.S. Constitution to overturn Citizens United v. F.E.C. - SJR54
Electronic voting machine to cast an in-person absentee ballot authorized, municipal resolution or ordinance provision; Elections Commission duties - AB637
Electronic voting machine to cast an in-person absentee ballot authorized, municipal resolution or ordinance provision; Elections Commission duties - SB524
Nomination papers for school district officer candidate in district with territory in a second class city: number of signatures may be reduced by resolution, conditions set - AB332
Nomination papers for school district officer candidate in district with territory in a second class city: number of signatures may be reduced by resolution, conditions set - SB260
Showing your marked ballot to another person in a way that the mark is identifiable: prohibition eliminated - AB639
Showing your marked ballot to another person in a way that the mark is identifiable: prohibition eliminated - SB539
elections _ campaign expenseElections -- Campaign expense
Campagin contribution limits to entities such as political action committees, legislative campaign committees, and political parties established; elimination of segregated fund provision - AB446
Campagin contribution limits to entities such as political action committees, legislative campaign committees, and political parties established; elimination of segregated fund provision - SB352
Campaign contribution to a judge or justice by an interested contributor: notification requirements created, penalty provision - AB137
Contributions by corporations, cooperative associations, or federally recognized American Indian Tribes to a segregated fund established by a political party or legislative campaign committee prohibited - AB459
Contributions by corporations, cooperative associations, or federally recognized American Indian Tribes to a segregated fund established by a political party or legislative campaign committee prohibited - SB357
Coordination of mass communications between political action committees, independent expenditure committee, or other person and a candidate, candidate’s agent or legislative campaign committee, or political party of the candidate prohibited; definition provisions - SB356
Corporations and cooperative associations prohibited from making political contributions or expenditures to influence an election for state or local office; court and Ethics Commission provisions - SB413
Individual and candidate committee contribution limit decreased for statewide officeholders - AB447
Individual and candidate committee contribution limit decreased for statewide officeholders - SB353
Judge or justice required to disqualify himself or herself from an action if he or she received campaign financial support from a party to the action - AB135
Mass communications: reporting to the Ethics Commission revised; definition provisions - AB472
Mass communications: reporting to the Ethics Commission revised; definition provisions - SB375
Political action committee contribution limits to candidates reduced - SB354
Political action committee definition revised for campaign finance purposes - SB355
Reporting place of employment of campaign finance contributors: amount required for report increased - AB460
Reporting place of employment of campaign finance contributors: amount required for report increased - SB358
Venue for trials involving violations of elections, ethics, and lobbying regulation laws changed; Elections Commission, Ethics Commission, and disclosure of certain information provisions - AB32
elections _ contested electionsElections -- Contested elections
Recount petition by aggrieved party and referendum elector permitted, conditions set; costs and Elections Commission provisions [A.Amdt.1: filing petition deadline modified, presidential election provision added; S.Amdt.1: per diem for commission members revised] - AB153
Recount petition by aggrieved party and referendum elector permitted, conditions set; costs and Elections Commission provisions - SB102
elections _ officialsElections -- Officials
Local public office holder may be appointed an election official; prohibition on serving as election official while a candidate does not change - AB85
Local public office holder may be appointed an election official; prohibition on serving as election official while a candidate does not change - SB66
elections _ registrationElections -- Registration
Automatic voter registration: Elections Commission required to facilitate and maintain registration of all eligible electors for as long as they remain eligible, opt out provisions; DOT duties; report required - AB609
Elections Commission's responsibility to change registration status of electors eliminated; delegation authority removed - AB375
Knowingly providing false election-related information to induce a person from refraining to register to vote or voting prohibited; exemption from liability for publisher of the information, filing a complaint with Elections Commission, and penalty provisions - SB498
Proof of identification for voting purposes: affidavit executed by an elector affirming elector’s identity allowed; eliminates requirement that DOT provide free ID cards for voting purposes - SB499
elections commissionElections Commission
Automatic voter registration: Elections Commission required to facilitate and maintain registration of all eligible electors for as long as they remain eligible, opt out provisions; DOT duties; report required - AB609
Candidates for president or vice president required to submit copies of federal tax returns with the Elections Commission - AB257
Candidates for president or vice president required to submit copies of federal tax returns with the Elections Commission - SB166
Corporations and cooperative associations prohibited from making political contributions or expenditures to influence an election for state or local office; court and Ethics Commission provisions - SB413
Elections Commission: funding for 5 FTE positions - AB578
Elections Commission: funding for 5 FTE positions - SB482
Elections Commission required to deplete federal Help America Vote Act funds before using state funds for election administration purposes [Sec. 9113 (1)] - AB64
Elections Commission required to deplete federal Help America Vote Act funds before using state funds for election administration purposes [Sec. 9113 (1)] - SB30
Elections Commission's responsibility to change registration status of electors eliminated; delegation authority removed - AB375
Electronic voting machine to cast an in-person absentee ballot authorized, municipal resolution or ordinance provision; Elections Commission duties - AB637
Electronic voting machine to cast an in-person absentee ballot authorized, municipal resolution or ordinance provision; Elections Commission duties - SB524
Ethics Commission and Elections Commission members: per diem set [Sec. 17] - AB64
Ethics Commission and Elections Commission members: per diem set [Sec. 17] - SB30
Information DOT is allowed to share with the Elections Commission to comply with certain membership agreement [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 1895p, 1896m, 1897m] - AB64
Initiative and referendum powers reserved to the people: petition process which people may propose and approve laws and constitutional amendments and referendum process which people may reject an act of the legislature created, Election Commission duties. Constitutional amendment (1st consideration) - AJR71
Knowingly providing false election-related information to induce a person from refraining to register to vote or voting prohibited; exemption from liability for publisher of the information, filing a complaint with Elections Commission, and penalty provisions - SB498
Primary elections: voting for more than one political party authorized - AB322
Primary elections: voting for more than one political party authorized - SB229
Recount petition by aggrieved party and referendum elector permitted, conditions set; costs and Elections Commission provisions [A.Amdt.1: filing petition deadline modified, presidential election provision added; S.Amdt.1: per diem for commission members revised] - AB153
Recount petition by aggrieved party and referendum elector permitted, conditions set; costs and Elections Commission provisions - SB102
Venue for trials involving violations of elections, ethics, and lobbying regulation laws changed; Elections Commission, Ethics Commission, and disclosure of certain information provisions - AB32
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