I am directed to inform you that the Senate has passed and asks concurrence in:
Senate Bill 17
Senate Bill 18
Senate Bill 50
Senate Bill 66
Senate Bill 132
Concurred in:
Assembly Bill 2
Assembly Bill 26
Assembly Bill 34
Assembly Bill 60
Assembly Bill 87
Assembly Bill 101
Assembly Bill 119
Assembly Bill 148
Assembly Bill 202
Assembly substitute amendment 1 to Senate Bill 6
Concurred in as amended:
Assembly Bill 10 (Senate amendment 1 adopted)
action on the Senate message
Assembly Bill 10
Relating to: marking property of others without the owner's consent and providing penalties.
By Representatives Carpenter, Notestein, Gard, Grobschmidt, Ladwig, R. Potter, Turner, Ott, Ziegelbauer, Hahn, Seratti, La Fave, Schneiders, Ryba, Musser, Kreuser, Nass, Ainsworth, Riley, Wilder and Hasenohrl; cosponsored by Senators Burke, Rosenzweig, Plewa, Leean, Chvala and Darling .
To committee on Rules.
Senate Bill 17
Relating to: sexual crimes against children.
By Senators C. Potter, Huelsman, Darling, Drzewiecki, Plewa, Rosenzweig, Andrea, Breske, A. Lasee, Buettner and Zien; cosponsored by Representatives Otte, Grothman, Ziegelbauer, Baumgart, Ladwig, Porter, Dobyns, Goetsch, Gronemus, Turner, Brandemuehl, Robson, Seratti, Musser, Silbaugh and Ott .
To committee on Criminal Justice and Corrections.
Senate Bill 18
Relating to: making hit and run victims who were pedestrians eligible for crime victim compensation awards.
By Senators C. Potter, Huelsman, Burke, Risser, Rosenzweig, Moen, Plewa, Andrea and Panzer; cosponsored by Representatives Baumgart, Grothman, Carpenter, Ziegelbauer, Black, R. Potter, Vander Loop, Grobschmidt, Robson, Baldus, Ott, Wirch, Kaufert, Wilder, Riley and Hasenohrl .
To committee on Criminal Justice and Corrections.
Senate Bill 50
Relating to: civil immunity for persons who donate commercial equipment or technology to elementary or secondary schools or institutions of higher education.
A274 By Senators Farrow, Huelsman, Cowles, Fitzgerald, Rude, Petak, Darling, Buettner, Schultz, A. Lasee and Moore; cosponsored by Representatives Schneiders, Grothman, Wood, Hoven, Ward, Seratti, Hahn, Harsdorf, Lehman, Silbaugh, Porter, Dobyns, Hanson, Plombon, Lazich, Musser, Duff, Ainsworth, Kaufert, Jensen, Ladwig, Zukowski, Wilder, Boyle, Handrick, Gunderson, Vrakas, Klusman and Wasserman .
To committee on Education.
Senate Bill 66
Relating to: restitution for graffiti vandalism.
By Senators Plewa, Farrow, Andrea, Buettner, Burke, Cowles, Darling, Fitzgerald, A. Lasee, Leean, C. Potter, Rosenzweig and Schultz; cosponsored by Representatives Krusick, Ainsworth, Bock, Brandemuehl, Carpenter, Dobyns, Goetsch, Grobschmidt, Grothman, Handrick, Hasenohrl, Kreibich, Ladwig, Musser, Nass, Notestein, Ott, Ryba, Schneiders, Seratti, Skindrud, Urban, Wasserman and Ziegelbauer .
To committee on Judiciary.
Senate Bill 132
Relating to: a custodial parent moving with, or removing, a child after divorce.
By Senators Weeden, Petak, Breske, Huelsman, A. Lasee and Rosenzweig; cosponsored by Representatives Ainsworth, Wood, Goetsch, Schneider, Grothman, Reynolds, Underheim, Nass, Brandemuehl and Olsen .
To committee on Children and Families.
Representative Kelso moved that the Assembly stand adjourned until 9:00 A.M. tomorrow.
The question was: Shall the Assembly stand adjourned?
Motion carried.
The Assembly stood adjourned.
10:06 A.M.