Relating to: damage done by horses, sheep and goats.
By Representatives Skindrud, Musser, Ainsworth, Silbaugh, Hahn, Owens, Ott and Ward .
To committee on Agriculture.
Assembly Bill 252
Relating to: requiring the use of safety belts or child safety restraint systems for children riding within cargo areas of motor trucks and providing a penalty.
By Representatives Bock, Brandemuehl, Robson, Ourada, Bell, Dobyns, Riley, Notestein, La Fave and Boyle; cosponsored by Senators Burke, Rosenzweig and Darling .
To committee on Highways and Transportation.
Assembly Bill 253
Relating to: aids for county forest roads and making an appropriation.
By Representatives Ourada, Seratti, Handrick, Boyle, Gard, Freese, Ainsworth, Zukowski and Grothman .
To committee on Highways and Transportation.
Assembly Bill 254
Relating to: publication or dissemination of false information pertaining to a response to certain questions and providing a penalty.
By Representatives Otte, Baldwin, Walker, Duff, Musser, Ryba, Goetsch, Plombon, Urban, Baumgart, Hahn, Plache, F. Lasee, Bell, Lazich, Turner, Ainsworth, Hasenohrl, Lehman, Grobschmidt, Silbaugh, Wilder, Skindrud, Springer, Owens, Riley, Brandemuehl, Murat, Olsen, Vrakas, Seratti, Ott, Zukowski, Gunderson and Brancel; cosponsored by Senators A. Lasee, C. Potter, Darling, Leean and Buettner .
To committee on Elections and Constitutional Law.
Assembly Bill 255
Relating to: itemization of certain in-kind contributions to candidates for state or local office.
By Representatives Otte, Baldwin, Handrick, R. Young, Goetsch, Baumgart, Urban, Lazich, Skindrud, Hahn, Owens, Brandemuehl, Albers, Olsen, Seratti, Gunderson, Grothman and Zukowski; cosponsored by Senator A. Lasee .
To committee on Elections and Constitutional Law.
Assembly Bill 256
Relating to: the return of lost money or goods.
By Representatives Baldus, Lehman, Foti, Ziegelbauer, F. Lasee, Wilder, Huber, Linton, Baldwin, Plache, Grothman, Plombon, Hasenohrl, R. Young, L. Young and Ryba; cosponsored by Senators Clausing and Buettner .
To committee on Urban and Local Affairs.
Assembly Bill 257
Relating to: employment of a state public official by an employer that receives substantial revenue from lobbyists or principals for the purpose of engaging in lobbying.
By Representatives Black, La Fave, Hahn, R. Young, Robson, Reynolds, Bell, Notestein, Bock, Baumgart, Plombon, Dueholm and Carpenter; cosponsored by Senator Moen .
To committee on Government Operations.
Assembly Bill 258
Relating to: spent nuclear fuel disposal facilities.
A165 By Representatives Black, Notestein, Robson, Hahn, Bock, Ryba, Wilder, Boyle, Cullen, Baldwin, Carpenter, Huber, Morris-Tatum, R. Potter and R. Young; cosponsored by Senator Risser .
To committee on Environment and Utilities.
Assembly Bill 259
Relating to: priorities for at-risk and low-income child care funds.
By Representatives Huebsch, Gard, Hahn, Ourada, Freese, Grothman, Ward, Porter, Ryba, Ladwig, Ainsworth, Musser, Goetsch, Green, Kreibich, Silbaugh, Jensen, Albers, Olsen, Klusman and Skindrud; cosponsored by Senators Petak, Rude and Schultz .
To committee on Welfare Reform.
Assembly Bill 260
Relating to: retailers source of supply of alcohol beverages.
By Representatives Grothman, Ainsworth, Goetsch, Grobschmidt, Hahn, Handrick, Hasenohrl, Hoven, Lehman, Nass, Ourada, Owens, Reynolds, Schneiders, Seratti and Zukowski; cosponsored by Senators A. Lasee and Clausing .
To committee on State Affairs.
Assembly Bill 261
Relating to: the definition of "meeting" under the open meetings law.
By Representatives F. Lasee, Gunderson, Olsen, Ainsworth, Zukowski, Musser, Lehman, Hahn, Goetsch, Reynolds, Handrick, Schneiders, Grothman, Albers, Silbaugh, Owens, Green and Jensen; cosponsored by Senators A. Lasee, Rude, Breske, Leean and Farrow .
To committee on Government Operations.
Assembly Bill 262
Relating to: disclosure of certain law enforcement agency records Relating to a child to the child's school district administrator.
By Representatives Hubler, Goetsch, Baldus, Bell, Black, Brandemuehl, Dobyns, Dueholm, Foti, Green, Grobschmidt, Gronemus, Grothman, Hahn, Handrick, Hanson, Huber, Kaufert, Kreibich, Kreuser, Krusick, La Fave, F. Lasee, Linton, Meyer, Musser, Olsen, Ott, Otte, Plombon, R. Potter, Reynolds, Robson, Ryba, Seratti, Travis, Turner, Vrakas, Wilder, Wirch, Ziegelbauer and Klusman; cosponsored by Senators Jauch, Panzer, Buettner, Chvala, Darling, Huelsman, Moen, Rosenzweig and Weeden .
To committee on Education.
Assembly Bill 263
Relating to: charging a suspended or expelled pupil for homebound study and charging a pupil for retaking a course in which he or she was denied credit.
By Representatives Lehman, Goetsch, Musser, Robson, Schneiders, Vrakas, Ainsworth, Underheim, Seratti, Hahn, Handrick, F. Lasee, Gunderson, Ward, Silbaugh, Dobyns, Ryba, Kreibich and Owens; cosponsored by Senators Andrea, Cowles, Huelsman and Weeden .
To committee on Education.
The Chief Clerk reports the following proposals correctly enrolled:
Assembly Joint Resolution 1
Assembly Joint Resolution 2
Assembly Joint Resolution 3
Assembly Joint Resolution 11
Assembly Joint Resolution 18
Assembly Joint Resolution 21
Charles R. Sanders
Assistant Chief Clerk
March 20, 1995
Charles R. Sanders
Assistant Chief Clerk
Wisconsin State Assembly
1 East Main Street, Suite 402
Madison, WI 53708
Dear Mr. Sanders:
Pursuant to the authority conferred upon me as Assembly Speaker by Assembly Rule 10(2), I wish to inform you that I hereby order the creation of a temporary Special Committee on Generation Next. On April 4, 1995, in accordance with Assembly Rule 10(1m), an Assembly Resolution will be introduced to create the Special Committee on Generation Next. At that time the temporary special committee of the same name will cease to exist.
Thank you for your attention to this matter.
Very truly yours,
David Prosser, Jr.
Assembly Speaker
Referral of Agency Reports
State of Wisconsin
Department of Employment Relations
January 26, 1995
To the Honorable the Assembly:
Reporting Requirements for the Education Commission of the States
Please find enclosed three documents from the Education Commission of the States (ECS):
1. 1994 Annual Report;
2. 1994 Education Agenda; and
3. A copy of the ECS' bylaws with amendments, if any.
A166 The ECS is required to file these with your office to meet its statutory requirements under ss. 39.75 and 39.76, Wis. Stats. If there are any questions, please call me at 266-9820.
jon e. litscher
Secretary, DER