CWD: research into genetic resistance in farm-raised deer [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 9132 (3y)] - AB56
Deer carcass disposal grant program for counties established by DNR, conditions set - AB348
Deer carcass disposal grant program for counties established by DNR, conditions set - SB325
Deer carcass disposal sites and large metal containers: DNR required to provide; CWD education and funding provisions - AB535
Deer carcass disposal sites and large metal containers: DNR required to provide; CWD education and funding provisions - SB477
Deer carcass handling in the field and transporting out of county it was harvested in: suspension of portions of DNR emergency rules per s. 227.26 (2) (f), Wis.Stats. - AB6
Deer carcass handling in the field and transporting out of county it was harvested in: suspension of portions of DNR emergency rules per s. 227.26 (2) (f), Wis.Stats. - SB27
Deer carcass tags: requirements eliminated by 2017 WisAct 59 restored - AB549
Deer carcass tags: requirements eliminated by 2017 WisAct 59 restored - SB294
Double fence or solid barrier for farm-raised deer in CWD areas: financial assistance program created in DATCP - SB910
Farm-raised deer sales and use tax exemption repealed [Sec. 1055, 9437 (1); original bill only] - AB56
Farm-raised deer sales and use tax exemption repealed [Sec. 1055, 9437 (1)] - SB59
Hunting and fishing approvals for persons with disabilities: physical therapists and licensed occupational therapists may certify disability of applicant - AB826
Hunting and fishing approvals for persons with disabilities: physical therapists and licensed occupational therapists may certify disability of applicant - SB755
Hunting, fishing, and trapping approvals: DNR may develop an automatic reissuance system [Sec. 348] - AB56
Hunting, fishing, and trapping approvals: DNR may develop an automatic reissuance system [Sec. 348] - SB59
Veteran disability rating revised to qualify for certain hunting and fishing authorizations and state trail passes - AB673
Veteran disability rating revised to qualify for certain hunting and fishing authorizations and state trail passes - SB587
Waterfowl hunting stamp fee increased - AB543
Waterfowl hunting stamp fee increased - SB611
Wild animal surcharge increase for the unlawful taking of deer - AB39
Wild animal surcharge increase for the unlawful taking of deer - SB36
Wildlife damage abatement program and wildlife damage claim program changes; bear trap provision - AB695
Wildlife damage abatement program and wildlife damage claim program changes; bear trap provision - SB628
hybrid electric vehicleHybrid electric vehicle, see Motor vehicle
hygiene laboratoryHygiene laboratory
Concentrated animal feeding operation (CAFO) annual fee increased; nutrient management plan established; groundwater monitoring re manure landspreading; well construction and pump installation rules updated; collaboration to update SnapPlus program; appropriations, State Laboratory of Hygiene, DNR, DHS, DATCP, UW, USDA, and PFAS provisions - AB867
Groundwater Coordinating Council additional funding; funding for DHS positions re groundwater, drinking water, waterborne diseases, and harmful algae blooms; State Laboratory of Hygiene appropriation changes - AB916
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identification cardsIdentification cards
Marijuana: recreational use and medical use permitted; excise tax, labor peace agreement, registry ID cards, compassion centers, operating a motor vehicle under the influence, fair employment law, insurance, UI, and public assistance provisions; DATCP, DHS, and DOR duties; JRCCP may report - AB220
Marijuana: recreational use and medical use permitted; excise tax, labor peace agreement, registry ID cards, compassion centers, operating a motor vehicle under the influence, fair employment law, insurance, UI, and public assistance provisions; DATCP, DHS, and DOR duties; JRCCP may report - SB377
Medical cannabis: DHS to establish registry for specified medical conditions or treatments and issue ID cards; producer, processor, or dispensary to obtain license from DATCP, conditions and fee provisions; discrimination in employment and licensing prohibitions; medical use defense to THC-related prosecutions and forfeiture actions for registered persons; JRCCP may report - AB570
Medical cannabis: DHS to establish registry for specified medical conditions or treatments and issue ID cards; producer, processor, or dispensary to obtain license from DATCP, conditions and fee provisions; discrimination in employment and licensing prohibitions; medical use defense to THC-related prosecutions and forfeiture actions for registered persons; JRCCP may report - SB507
Medical marijuana: medical use defense to THC-related prosecutions for registered persons; DHS to establish medical cannabis registry; DATCP to license and regulate dispensaries; surcharge on dispensary sales; employer may refuse to accommodate; marijuana use policy for employees allowed; limitations on arrests and prosecutions [Sec. 130, 206, 758-760, 771, 772, 778, 814, 816, 818, 820, 821, 1053, 1102, 1270, 1345, 1761, 1763, 1829, 1860, 1974, 2021, 2113-2116, 2197-2210, 2219, 2225-2229, 2235-2241; original bill only] - AB56
Medical marijuana: medical use defense to THC-related prosecutions for registered persons; DHS to establish medical cannabis registry; DATCP to license and regulate dispensaries; surcharge on dispensary sales; employer may refuse to accommodate; marijuana use policy for employees allowed; limitations on arrests and prosecutions [Sec. 130, 206, 758-760, 771, 772, 778, 814, 816, 818, 820, 821, 1053, 1102, 1270, 1345, 1761, 1763, 1829, 1860, 1974, 2021, 2113-2116, 2197-2210, 2219, 2225-2229, 2235-2241] - SB59
Motor vehicle traffic stop when law enforcement accesses operator’s license, permit, or ID card: DOT required to record certain information of the person whose record was accessed - AB678
REAL ID noncompliant driver's license or ID card requirements and DOT duties revisions [Sec. 809, 815, 817, 819, 822, 1344, 1346-1353, 1397-1400, 1804, 1825, 1854, 1857, 1861, 1992, 1994-1998, 2000-2012, 2014-2020, 2060, 2077, 9344 (2), 9444 (1); original bill only] - AB56
REAL ID noncompliant driver's license or ID card requirements and DOT duties revisions [Sec. 809, 815, 817, 819, 822, 1344, 1346-1353, 1397-1400, 1804, 1825, 1854, 1857, 1861, 1992, 1994-1998, 2000-2012, 2014-2020, 2060, 2077, 9344 (2), 9444 (1)] - SB59
Student ID cards: contact information for suicide prevention and crisis support hotlines required [S.Amdt.1: private school provision removed, higher education institution limited to UW System and technical colleges] - AB531
Student ID cards: contact information for suicide prevention and crisis support hotlines required - SB496
Suspension of voter ID requirement during a declared state of emergency - SB920
Veteran status indicated on operator’s license or state ID card: ``veteran” includes current or former armed forces, reserve unit, or national guard members - AB80
Veteran status indicated on operator’s license or state ID card: ``veteran” includes current or former armed forces, reserve unit, or national guard members - SB87
Voter ID card requirements and time period to complete in-person absentee ballots revised [Sec. 6, 13, 2013, 9112 (2); original bill only] - AB56
Voter ID card requirements and time period to complete in-person absentee ballots revised [Sec. 6, 13, 2013, 9112 (2)] - SB59
immigrationImmigration
Deportation of Hmong and Lao U.S. residents to the Lao People’s Democratic Republic: efforts by the State Department and Trump Administration opposed - AJR154
Detention contracts prohibited between local governmental units and the federal government or any federal agency re detaining adult and minor noncitizens for civil immigration custody or refugee resettlement purposes; DOC provision - AB485
Detention contracts prohibited between local governmental units and the federal government or any federal agency re detaining adult and minor noncitizens for civil immigration custody or refugee resettlement purposes; DOC provision - SB402
Discrimination in housing based on citizenship or immigration status is unlawful - AB425
Discrimination in housing based on citizenship or immigration status is unlawful - SB539
Federal immigration enforcement activities: limiting cooperation of DOJ and local law enforcement officers; model policy provision - AB484
Federal immigration enforcement activities: limiting cooperation of DOJ and local law enforcement officers; model policy provision - SB401
Immigration status: prohibiting local ordinance, resolution, or policy that prohibit enforcement of federal or state law; authorizing certain elective officeholders to commence enforcement action, writ of mandamus provision; reduction of shared revenue payments; and political subdivision is liable for damage caused by an illegal alien - AB138
Immigration status: prohibiting local ordinance, resolution, or policy that prohibit enforcement of federal or state law; authorizing certain elective officeholders to commence enforcement action, writ of mandamus provision; reduction of shared revenue payments; and political subdivision is liable for damage caused by an illegal alien - SB151
Sexual assault: kit collection, processing, and storage procedures created; victim bill of rights created; DOJ collection of certain data and publishing, data bank, and report provisions; citizenship of individuals arrested and convicted of; attendance in private school participating in the parental choice program for certain victims; reimbursement of certain costs - AB844
Sexual assault: kit collection, processing, and storage procedures created; victim bill of rights created; DOJ collection of certain data and publishing, data bank, and report provisions; citizenship of individuals arrested and convicted of; attendance in private school participating in the parental choice program for certain victims; reimbursement of certain costs - SB809
immobilization device for vehiclesImmobilization device for vehicles, see Motor vehicle -- Parking
immunizationImmunization, see Vaccination
implied consent or alcohol concentrationImplied consent or alcohol concentration, see also Drunken driving
Absolute sobriety required for operation of snowmobiles by persons under 21 years of age - AB7
Absolute sobriety required for operation of snowmobiles by persons under 21 years of age - SB10
in memoriumIn memorium
AB Specialty Silicones in Waukegan, Illinois: honoring lives of the individuals involved in the May 3, 2019 explosion and fire - AJR75
AB Specialty Silicones in Waukegan, Illinois: honoring lives of the individuals involved in the May 3, 2019 explosion and fire - SJR58
Berkos, Daniel M.: life and public service as Juneau County DA and on the Public Defender Board commended - AJR96
Berkos, Daniel M.: life and public service as Juneau County DA and on the Public Defender Board commended - SJR70
Brooks, Edward ``Ed”: life and public service of state representative commended - AJR81
Brooks, Edward ``Ed”: life and public service of state representative commended - SJR62
Burns, Dennis: life and public service of Deputy Senate Sergeant-at-Arms and 30 year legislative employee commended - SJR67
Chilsen, Walter John: life and public service of former state senator commended - SJR4
Grady, Warren A.: life, military service in World War II, and public service of former state representative and judge commended - AJR136
Grady, Warren A.: life, military service in World War II, and public service of former state representative and judge commended - SJR101
Hill, Richard G. ``Rick”: honoring the life and service of former Chairman of the Oneida Nation - AJR131
Hill, Richard G. ``Rick”: honoring the life and service of former Chairman of the Oneida Nation - SJR98
Jackson, Gwen T.: life, public service, and dedication to the Milwaukee community and beyond commended - SJR23
Matera, Major General Raymond A.: life and public service of former Wisconsin Adjutant General - AJR14
Matty, Richard ``Dick”: life and public service of former state representative commended - AR15
Maurer, John Joseph: life and public service of former state senator and DVA Secretary commended - SJR42
Musser, Terry: life and public service of former state representative commended - AJR109
Musser, Terry: life and public service of former state representative commended - SJR78
Polasek, Joe: life and 44 year career with the state commended - SJR11
Stevens, Justice John Paul: life and public service on the U.S. Supreme Court commended - AJR98
Stevens, Justice John Paul: life and public service on the U.S. Supreme Court commended - SJR71
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