To committee on Health.
Senate Bill 373
Relating to: prevailing wage rates and hours of labor for workers employed on state or local public works projects and providing penalties.
By committee on Human Resources, Labor, Tourism, Veterans and Military Affairs , by request of the Department of Industry, Labor and Human Relations .
To calendar.
Senate Bill 378
Relating to: increasing the limits for health care liability insurance.
By Senators Schultz, Rosenzweig, Farrow, Huelsman, Welch, Buettner, Jauch and C. Potter; cosponsored by Representatives Albers, Green, Kreibich, Baldus, Meyer and Wasserman .
To committee on Insurance, Securities and Corporate Policy.
Senate Bill 445
Relating to: transfer of food stamps and other governmental benefits through an electronic benefit transfer system and granting rule-making authority.
By Joint Legislative Council .
To committee on Welfare Reform.
Senate Bill 464
Relating to: removal of certain references to lunatics in the statutes regarding bank trust powers (suggested as remedial legislation by the office of commissioner of banking).
By Law Revision Committee .
To committee on Financial Institutions.
Senate Bill 478
Relating to: limitation of civil liability related to equine activities.
By Senators Zien, A. Lasee, Schultz and Ellis; cosponsored by Representatives Skindrud, Gronemus, Brancel, Ourada, Harsdorf, Johnsrud, Wilder, Kreibich, Goetsch, Otte, Musser, Seratti, Grothman and Olsen .
To committee on Judiciary.
Senate Bill 494
Relating to: state banking law, the definition of public depository, residential and variable interest rate loans, granting rule-making authority and providing a penalty.
By Senators Darling, C. Potter, Petak, Shibilski, Huelsman, Grobschmidt, Welch, Drzewiecki, George, Cowles, Breske, Rosenzweig, Moen, Fitzgerald, Moore, Andrea, Panzer, Buettner, Rude, Zien, Farrow and Burke; cosponsored by Representatives Kaufert, Ziegelbauer, Ward, Meyer, Hoven, Baldus, F. Lasee, Hanson, Green, Gronemus, Jensen, Musser, Kreibich, Ourada, Gard, Goetsch, Handrick, Ott, Grothman, Lehman, Hahn and Seratti, by request of the Office of the Commissioner of Banking .
To committee on Financial Institutions.
Senate Bill 509
Relating to: the method of reviewing and establishing revised operator's license examination standards and granting rule-making authority.
By Senator A. Lasee ; cosponsored by Representative Brandemuehl .
To committee on Highways and Transportation.
A899 Senate Bill 522
Relating to: the method of resolving disputes concerning children with exceptional educational needs between school boards and the parents of those children.
By Senators Jauch, Weeden, Grobschmidt, Schultz, Clausing, Buettner and Wineke; cosponsored by Representatives Olsen, Ott, Seratti, Goetsch, Dobyns, Kelso, Ainsworth, Plombon, Ward, Schneiders, Albers, La Fave and Gunderson .
To committee on Education.
Senate Bill 552
Relating to: authorizing the department of transportation to donate property for veterans memorials.
By Senators Zien, Breske, Panzer, Clausing and Moen; cosponsored by Representatives Zukowski, Musser, Kreibich, Hahn, Vrakas, Ryba, Dobyns, Lorge, Seratti, Goetsch, Hasenohrl, Grothman, Olsen, Kelso, Vander Loop, Kreuser, Coleman, Baldus, Boyle, Turner, Silbaugh, Owens, Otte, Ott, Ainsworth, Handrick, Albers and Ward .
To committee on Rules.
State of Wisconsin
Office of the Secretary of State
To Whom It May Concern:
Acts, Joint Resolutions and Resolutions deposited in this office have been numbered and published as follows:
Bill Number Act Number Publication Date
Assembly Bill 465139March 11, 1996
Assembly Bill 466140March 11, 1996
Assembly Bill 467141March 11, 1996
Please Note: Correction
Assembly Bill 96
138March 1, 1996
Douglas La Follette
Secretary of State
The following petitions were omitted from previous journals. Petitions 1 through 7 were introduced and referred on the dates listed:
Assembly Petition 1
A petition signed by approximately 285 citizens of the unincorporated village of Royalton and the surrounding area in support of maintaining a U.S. Post Office in Royalton.
By Representative Lorge.
To committee on State Affairs.
Referred on February 6, 1995.
Assembly Petition 2
A petition signed by approximately 520 citizens of the state of Wisconsin expressing concern over the price, fuel mileage, affect on motor vehicle maintenance and health effects of reformulated gasoline.
By Representative Duff.
To committee on Environment and Utilities.
Referred on February 24, 1995.
Assembly Petition 3
A petition signed by approximately 635 citizens of the state of Wisconsin in opposition to the creation of any new state wide public safety agency.
By Representative Prosser.
To committee on Government Operations.
Referred on April 3, 1995.
Assembly Petition 4
A petition signed by approximately 150 citizens of the state of Wisconsin in opposition to the development of a municipal golf course between Sun Prairie and Madison as an inappropriate use of taxpayer dollars.
By Representative Johnsrud.
To committee on Natural Resources .
Referred on June 8, 1995.
Assembly Petition 5
A petition signed by approximately 6000 citizens of the state of Wisconsin in support of the teaching of systematic phonics in kindergarten through third grade.
By Representatives Grothman and Duff.
To committee on Education.
Referred on June 8, 1995.
Assembly Petition 6
A petition signed by approximately 112 citizens of the state of Wisconsin in support of Senate Joint Resolution 7, a proposed amendment to the constitution of the state of Wisconsin relating to the right to keep and bear arms.
By Representative Silbaugh.
To committee on Elections and Constitutional Law.
Referred on July 5, 1995.
Assembly Petition 7
A petition signed by approximately 1200 citizens of the state of Wisconsin in opposition to the proposed Hardwood Range Expansion.
By Representative Musser.
To committee on Veterans and Military Affairs.
Referred on September 25, 1995.