Wednesday, March 22, 1995
Senate Journal
The chief clerk makes the following entries under the above date.
INTRODUCTION and reference of resolutions and joint resolutions
Senate Joint Resolution 19
Relating to: the right of parents to direct the upbringing and education of their children (first consideration).
By Senators Petak, Drzewiecki and A. Lasee; cosponsored by Representatives Seratti, Wood, Ladwig, Jensen, Ott, Harsdorf, Brandemuehl, Albers, Freese, Silbaugh, Hahn, Dobyns, Lazich, Walker, Skindrud, Otte, Grothman, Huebsch, Handrick and Gunderson .
Read first time and referred to committee on Education and Financial Institutions.
INTRODUCTION, first reading and reference of bills
Read first time and referred:
Senate Bill 118
Relating to: modifying the definition of authorized emergency vehicle to include bicycles being operated by law enforcement officers.
By Senators C. Potter, Darling, Burke, Risser, Buettner and Schultz; cosponsored by Representatives Ziegelbauer, Silbaugh, Dobyns, Robson, Brandemuehl, Bock, Kaufert, Turner, Grobschmidt, Hoven, Krusick, Ott, Boyle, Schneiders, Ryba, Underheim, Plache, Grothman, Kreuser, F. Lasee, Meyer, Baumgart, Hahn, La Fave and Seratti .
To committee on Transportation, Agriculture and Local Affairs.
Senate Bill 119
Relating to: modifying the standards for incompetency to refuse medication or treatment and to refuse psychotropic medication.
By Senators Rosenzweig, Rude, Panzer, Buettner, Darling, Schultz and Huelsman; cosponsored by Representatives Ourada, Bock, Robson, Schneiders, Meyer, Goetsch, Urban, Krug, Hahn, Gronemus, Owens, Brandemuehl and Lehman .
To committee on Health, Human Services and Aging.
Senate Bill 120
Relating to: liens against boats.
By Senators Weeden, Darling, Farrow, Buettner and Drzewiecki; cosponsored by Representatives Coleman, Wood, Ainsworth, Goetsch, Kreuser, Schneiders, Lehman, Silbaugh, La Fave, Albers, Ward, Olsen, Gunderson, Kaufert and Grothman .
To committee on Education and Financial Institutions.
Senate Bill 121
Relating to: issuing bonds to finance certain child care centers.
By Senators Weeden, Rude, Petak, Darling, Rosenzweig, Farrow, Buettner and Drzewiecki; cosponsored by Representatives Hahn, Riley, Notestein, Baldus, Black, Robson, Springer, Olsen and Plombon .
To committee on Health, Human Services and Aging.
petitions and communications
State of Wisconsin
March 17, 1995
To the Honorable the Senate:
Pursuant to Senate Rule 20, I have made the following appointments to Committees:
To the Administrative Value and Efficiency, Commission for the Study of: Senator Moore;
To the Child Labor, Council on: Senator Decker;
To the Educational Communications Board: Senator George;
To the Highway Safety, Council on: Senator Adelman;
To the Historical Society of Wisconsin, Board of Curators: Senator Risser;
To the Hunger, Board on: Senator Burke;
To the Joint Legislative Council: Senators Jauch (ex officio), George, (ex officio), Risser and Burke;
To the Migrant Labor Council: Senator Burke;
To the Minnesota-Wisconsin Boundary Area Commission, Legislative Advisory committee to: Senators Moen and Clausing;
To the Rural Economic Development Board: Senator Decker;
To the State Capitol and Executive Residence Board: Senator Risser;
To the State Supported Programs Study and Advisory Committee: Senators Plewa and Breske;
To the Tourism, Council on: Senator Breske;
To the Traffic Law Enforcement, Council on: Senator Adelman;
S132 To the Transportation Projects Commission: Senator Andrea and Breske;
To the Uniform State Laws, Commission on: Senator George;
To the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority: Senator Plewa;
With regards to members of the minority party, the appointments reflect recommendations of that caucus.
Michael Ellis, Chair
Committee on Senate Organization
State of Wisconsin
March 17, 1995
The Honorable, The Senate:
I have made the following appointments to committees pursuant to the statutes governing:
To the Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board: Senator Clausing;