Juvenile correctional services: administration transferred from DOC to DCF - SB378
Juvenile correctional services daily rates set [Sec. 1854, 1855, 9408 (1); A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions] - AB64
Juvenile correctional services daily rates set [Sec. 1854, 1855, 9408 (1)] - SB30
Law violations for which a juvenile may be placed in Serious Juvenile Offender Program (SJOP), juvenile correctional facility, or secured residential care center for children and youth expanded - AB90
Law violations for which a juvenile may be placed in Serious Juvenile Offender Program (SJOP), juvenile correctional facility, or secured residential care center for children and youth expanded - SB59
LESB responsibilities expanded re regulating recruitment standards and jail and juvenile detention officer training standards - AB506
LESB responsibilities expanded re regulating recruitment standards and jail and juvenile detention officer training standards - SB403
Longevity awards for DOC and DHS correctional officers and youth counselors: DPM to include in the 2017-19 state employee compensation plan [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 1761p, 9101 (11w)] - AB64
Mandatory reporting of child abuse and neglect: juvenile correctional officers added to list of professionals - AB79
Mandatory reporting of child abuse and neglect: juvenile correctional officers added to list of professionals - SB35
Maximum age a minor, sentenced to state prison, may be placed in a juvenile detention facility or secured residential care center for children and youth; DOC duties [Sec. 2255] - AB64
Maximum age a minor, sentenced to state prison, may be placed in a juvenile detention facility or secured residential care center for children and youth; DOC duties [Sec. 2255] - SB30
Mendota Juvenile Treatment Center funding [Sec. 745] - AB64
Mendota Juvenile Treatment Center funding [Sec. 745] - SB30
Pregnant and postpartum people in the custody of a correctional facility: use of physical restraints limited; testing for pregnancy and STDs and access to certain health services related to pregnancy provisions - AB801
Pregnant and postpartum people in the custody of a correctional facility: use of physical restraints limited; testing for pregnancy and STDs and access to certain health services related to pregnancy provisions - SB393
Prescription medication distributed by certain medical personnel only in a juvenile correctional facility or secured residential care center for children and youth; exception for insulin - AB467
Prescription medication distributed by certain medical personnel only in a juvenile correctional facility or secured residential care center for children and youth; exception for insulin - SB377
Racine Youthful Offender Correctional Facility: limit on prisoners increased [Sec. 1851] - AB64
Racine Youthful Offender Correctional Facility: limit on prisoners increased [Sec. 1851] - SB30
Secured residential care center for children and youth (SRCCCY): licensing authority transferred from DOC to DCF; Milwaukee County provision - AB794
Secured residential care center for children and youth (SRCCCY): licensing authority transferred from DOC to DCF; Milwaukee County provision - SB660
Serious Juvenile Offender Program (SJOP): removes time limit DOC may place participants in juvenile correctional facility or secured residential care center - AB87
Serious Juvenile Offender Program (SJOP): removes time limit DOC may place participants in juvenile correctional facility or secured residential care center - SB52
Solitary confinement of inmate under 18 years of age for violating rules prohibited - AB466
Solitary confinement of inmate under 18 years of age prohibited - SB389
Spiritual treatment in lieu of medical or surgical treatment for children: exemptions removed re county department determination of child abuse or neglect, felony physical abuse of a child, and administration of psychotropic medication to juveniles in correctional custody; Christian Science treatment limited to adult patients - AB790
Type 1 juvenile correctional facilities: closing Lincoln Hills School and Copper Lake School and converting them to correctional treatment facilities for adults, JCF and Building Commission provisions; DOC to establish and operate regional facilites - AB791
Type 1 juvenile correctional facilities: closing Lincoln Hills School and Copper Lake School and converting them to correctional treatment facilities for adults, JCF and Building Commission provisions; DOC to establish and operate regional facilites - SB651
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kenosha countyKenosha County
CHIPS proceeding: prohibition on appointing counsel to parent eliminated; pilot program creating parent’s right to counsel in certain counties created, DCF, SPD, report, and sunset provisions [A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions, SPD to run the pilot program] - AB784
Directional signs for Shoreland Lutheran High School: DOT to erect and maintain, contributions from interested parties provision [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 1227d, em, p, t] - AB64
Pheasant hunting in the Bong area lands or state recreation areas: use of administrative fees [Sec. 242, 511-514, 555; A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions, Bong area land removed, fees to hunt on land under DNR management, 512m, deletes 511-514, 555] - AB64
Pheasant hunting in the Bong area lands or state recreation areas: use of administrative fees [Sec. 242, 511-514, 555] - SB30
Southeast RTA creation authorized - AB922
kidney diseaseKidney disease, see Disease
kimberly, village ofKimberly, Village of, see Outagamie County
kindergartenKindergarten
Child sexual abuse prevention policy and instructional program for kindergarten through sixth grade: DPI to develop and school boards required to adopt DPI program or their own policy and program - AB535
Child sexual abuse prevention policy and instructional program for kindergarten through sixth grade: DPI to develop and school boards required to adopt DPI program or their own policy and program - SB439
Four-year-old kindergarden: DCF pilot project to award grants to expand existing programs, conditions specified - AB797
Four-year-old kindergarden: DCF pilot project to award grants to expand existing programs, conditions specified - SB663
Four-year-old kindergarten: all school boards to make available to eligible pupils; exception and state aid provisions - AB709
Grant programs administered by DPI combined re peer review, AODA programs, tribal language revitalization, and 4-year-old kindergarten [Admin.Code PI 16 (title), 16.01, 16.02, 16.03, 16.04, 32 (title), 32.01, 32.02, 32.03, 32.04, 38 (title), 38 subch. I, II, and III, 38.01, 38.02, 38.03, 38.04, 38.05, 38 subch. IV (title), V (title), and VI (title), 39 (title), 39.01, 39.02, 39.03, 39.04] - AB251
Lead investigation of facilities serving children under age 6: DHS required to promulgate rules requiring; facility notification requirements - AB949
Lead investigation of facilities serving children under age 6: DHS required to promulgate rules requiring; facility notification requirements - SB855
Pupils enrolled in 4-year-old kindergarten program requiring full day attendance: counting for state aid purposes modified - AB669
School conference and activities leave: employers must allow, conditions specified - AB858
kinship careKinship care, see Day care
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la crosse countyLa Crosse County
Premier resort area: La Crosse County authorized to become - AB610
Premier resort area: La Crosse County authorized to become - SB493
laborLabor, see also Hours of labor
``Cesar E. Chavez Day": state agencies required to designate March 31 as; optional state holiday for state employees provision - AB244
Electronics and information technology manufacturing zone and tax credits: WEDC authorized to create; provisions re TIDs, sales tax exemption, environmental impact statements, wetlands and waterways permits, PSC certificates and market-based rates, and grants to local governments; highway bonding authorization; design-build system for public works projects; enterprise zone tax credit revisions; economic development liaison appointed by DOA [for amendments, see entry under ``Industrial development"] - Au7 AB1
Local government ordinance authority re employment discrimination, wage claims and collections, employee hours and overtime, required employee benefits, and soliciting salary history of prospective employees preempted; political subdivision minimum wage exemptions eliminated and imposing occupational license requirements prohibited; state and local governments prohibited from requiring any person to accept certain collective bargaining provisions or waive rights under federal or state labor laws, penalty provision [A.Amdt.1: employment discrimination provision removed; A.Amdt.4: certain provisions do not apply to electronics and information technology manufacturing zone and local job training and apprenticeship programs; S.Amdt.1: removes A.Amdt.4 provisions] - AB748
Local government ordinance authority re employment discrimination, wage claims and collections, employee hours and overtime, required employee benefits, and soliciting salary history of prospective employees preempted; political subdivision minimum wage exemptions eliminated and imposing occupational license requirements prohibited; state and local governments prohibited from requiring any person to accept certain collective bargaining provisions or waive rights under federal or state labor laws, penalty provision - SB634
labor and industry review commissionLabor and Industry Review Commission
LIRC decisions: chief justice to conduct a survey and submit a report [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 9142 (5f)] - AB64
LIRC eliminated; DHA and DWD provisions [Sec. 13, 33, 368, 402-404, 507, 713-718, 1330, 1331, 1333, 1335-1378, 1392, 1408-1443, 1449-1451, 1455, 1458, 1460, 1753, 1756, 1760, 9101 (6), (7), 9401 (3); original bill only] - AB64
LIRC eliminated; DHA and DWD provisions [Sec. 13, 33, 368, 402-404, 507, 713-718, 1330, 1331, 1333, 1335-1378, 1392, 1408-1443, 1449-1451, 1455, 1458, 1460, 1753, 1756, 1760, 9101 (6), (7), 9401 (3)] - SB30
labor unionLabor union
Bay View labor strike and tragedy in 1886: anniversary commemorated every May 5th - AJR29
Bay View labor strike and tragedy in 1886: anniversary commemorated every May 5th - SJR28
Bay View labor strike and tragedy in 1886: anniversary commemorated every May 5th and Assembly Chief Clerk to remove portrait of Governor Jeremiah Rusk from public display and hang historic photo of the iron puddlers in Bay View for set number of days - AR29
Council on Worker’s Compensation in DWD: proportion changes to employee members - AB308
Council on Worker’s Compensation in DWD: proportion changes to employee members - SB235
Public works contracts: local government prohibitions in letting bids expanded re labor unions [Sec. 157, 163, 170, 986-992, 9352 (4); original bill only] - AB64
Public works contracts: local government prohibitions in letting bids expanded re labor unions [Sec. 157, 163, 170, 986-992, 9352 (4)] - SB30
State procurement or public works projects contracts: certain practices prohibited re labor organizations - AB24
State procurement or public works projects contracts: certain practices prohibited re labor organizations - SB3
lafayette, town ofLafayette, Town of, see Chippewa County
lakesLakes
Commercial harvest of chubs in the waters of Lake Michigan: DNR may not set limit less than certain amount [introduction required by s. 227.19 (5) (g), Wis.Stats.] - AB31
Commercial harvest of chubs in the waters of Lake Michigan: DNR may not set limit less than certain amount [introduction required by s. 227.19 (5) (g), Wis.Stats.] - SB4
High capacity well regulations revised re activities exempt from approval; DNR duties re designated study area - AB105
High capacity well regulations revised re activities exempt from approval; DNR duties re designated study area [S.Amdt.4: designated study area revised] - SB76
Hydrologic evaluation and modeling funding [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 314m] - AB64
Mining and drilling activities that destroy or fill in a lake bed, reservoir, or flowage: prohibition expanded and DNR authorized exception eliminated; withdrawing water from a reservoir or flowage provision - AB214
Mining and drilling activities that destroy or fill in a lake bed, reservoir, or flowage: prohibition expanded and DNR authorized exception eliminated; withdrawing water from a reservoir or flowage provision - SB152
Shoreline maintenance activities in outlying waters: DNR permit exemption under set conditions - AB926
Shoreline maintenance activities in outlying waters: DNR permit exemption under set conditions - SB747
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