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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 calendar.
Assembly Bill 290
Relating to: responsibility for unpaid utility bills and municipal utility collection practices.
A1116 By Representatives Skindrud, Ainsworth, Dobyns, Hanson, Kelso, Kreuser, F. Lasee, Lazich, Lehman, Murat, Musser, Owens, Porter, Seratti, Silbaugh, Springer, Ward and Wirch; cosponsored by Senators Buettner, Rude and Andrea .
To calendar.
Assembly Bill 608
Relating to: disclosure of information on marriage documents to law enforcement officers performing investigations.
By Representatives Underheim, Owens, Goetsch, Hahn, Kelso, Wood, Silbaugh, Musser, Kaufert, Olsen, Gard, Ladwig, Ott and Vrakas; cosponsored by Senators Buettner, Ellis and Breske .
To calendar.
Assembly Bill 733
Relating to: regulation of tattooing, granting rule-making authority and making an appropriation.
By Representatives Brandemuehl, Ryba, Urban, Ainsworth, Huber, Kelso, Freese, Johnsrud, Bock, Ott, Notestein, Olsen and Silbaugh; cosponsored by Senator Buettner .
To calendar.
Assembly Bill 790
Relating to: disciplinary actions against physicians, fees for renewal of physicians' licenses, requiring a report on disciplinary actions against physicians, granting rule-making authority and providing a penalty.
By Representatives Urban, Prosser, Green, Skindrud, Lehman, Robson, Freese, Gunderson, Schneiders, Goetsch, Ott, Lazich, F. Lasee and Hahn; cosponsored by Senators Huelsman, Schultz and Welch .
To calendar.
Assembly Bill 923
Relating to: business corporation law and limited liability company law revisions, creating a real estate transfer fee exemption for certain business entity transfers, extending the other state tax credit to members of a limited liability company, permitting a limited liability company to obtain a real estate brokers license, repealing provisions for bringing legal actions and for filing injunctions against corporations or limited liability companies, the liability of service corporations and their shareholders, directors, officers and employes and making an appropriation.
By Representatives Albers, Porter, Baldus, Green, La Fave, Vrakas, Foti and Grothman; cosponsored by Senators Petak, Huelsman, Fitzgerald, Rude, Buettner, Cowles, Farrow, Burke, Darling, George, Panzer and Grobschmidt .
To calendar.
Senate Joint Resolution 60
Relating to: designation of the official state newspaper.
By joint committee on Legislative Organization .
To calendar.
Senate Bill 358
Relating to: revising the negotiable instruments chapter and the bank deposits and collection chapter of the uniform commercial code.
By Senators George and Huelsman; cosponsored by Representatives Hubler and Prosser .
To calendar.
Senate Bill 674
Relating to: redefining the internal revenue code for the income tax and the franchise tax.
By committee on Senate Organization , by request of Mark Bugher, Secretary of the Department of Revenue.
To calendar.
Senate Amendment 3 to Senate Bill 422
1. Page 1, line 3: delete "(2)" and substitute:
"Section 31. Effective dates. This act takes effect on the day after publication, except as follows:
Note: Restores text, deleted by senate amendment 2, that is necessary to give effect to senate amendment 3, which was also adopted.
During today's session, the following visitors honored the Assembly by their presence and were welcomed by the presiding officer and the members:
Arvid and Adeline Myhrwold from Amery, guests of Representative Dueholm.
Hazel Dueholm from Luck, guest of Representative Dueholm.
Linda Hamilton from Delafield; and students Iceon, Olga, Lubon, Genya, Ellona and Nikka, accompanied by their teacher Ina, from Yakoots, Siberia, guests of Representatives Vrakas and Urban.
Terilyn Musser Scholze, Carson Scholze and Lavon Zeman, guests of Representative Musser.
John McGinty of Bear Creek and his daughter Molly, who became father-in-law and wife, respectively, of Representative Lorge on April 11, 1996, guests of Representative Lorge.
Ruling on the Point of Order
Speaker Pro Tempore Freese ruled the point of order raised by Representative Hubler that the Assembly stand adjourned under Assembly Rule 28 (2) well taken.
Pursuant to Assembly Rule 28 (1), the Assembly stood adjourned until 9:00 A.M. tomorrow.
8:52 P.M.