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wednesDay, August 16, 1995
STATE OF WISCONSIN
Senate Journal
The chief clerk makes the following entries under the above date.
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INTRODUCTION, first reading and reference of bills
Read first time and referred:
Senate Bill 295
Relating to: the date for repayment of loans made to local governmental units from state trust funds.
By Senators Weeden, Ellis and Rude, by request of Governor Tommy G. Thompson .
To committee on State Government Operations and Corrections.
Senate Bill 296
Relating to: adoption of information technology strategic plans by state agencies and carry-over of appropriations between fiscal years or biennia for the purpose of conducting information technology development projects; transfer of appropriations for the purpose of conducting information technology development projects; and transfer of positions between certain state agencies to carry out information technology management and processing functions.
By Senators Weeden, Ellis and Rude, by request of Governor Tommy G. Thompson .
To joint committee on Information Policy.
Senate Bill 297
Relating to: federal mandates and creation of a federal mandate review council.
By Senators Rosenzweig, Rude, Panzer, Darling, Petak and A. Lasee; cosponsored by Representatives Green, Ward, Klusman, Urban, Schneiders, Lehman, Lazich, Albers, Olsen, Kreibich and F. Lasee .
To special committee on State and Federal Relations.
Senate Bill 298
Relating to: imposing a duty on state agencies and local governmental units to minimize the adverse effect of governmental actions on private property value, creating a cause of action for certain governmental actions affecting private property and making an appropriation.
By Senators Drzewiecki, Huelsman, A. Lasee, Schultz and Petak; cosponsored by Representatives Albers, Johnsrud, Green, Seratti, Harsdorf, Freese, Ainsworth, Brancel, Brandemuehl, Goetsch, Gronemus, Grothman, Gunderson, Hahn, Huebsch, Jensen, Kreibich, Lehman, Musser, Porter, Ryba, Skindrud, Walker and Zukowski .
To committee on State Government Operations and Corrections.
Senate Bill 299
Relating to: making the establishment of the school calendar a permissive subject of collective bargaining for municipal employers.
By Senators Darling, Huelsman, Fitzgerald and A. Lasee; cosponsored by Representatives Brandemuehl, Nass, Ott, Kreibich, Ainsworth, Skindrud, Hahn, Grothman and Duff .
To committee on Education and Financial Institutions.
Senate Bill 300
Relating to: the age of compulsory school attendance.
By Senators Darling, Fitzgerald, Weeden, Petak and Huelsman; cosponsored by Representatives Brandemuehl, Seratti, Musser, Silbaugh, Lehman, Ziegelbauer, Foti, Schneiders, F. Lasee, Ladwig, Grothman, Ward, Huebsch and Otte .
To committee on Education and Financial Institutions.
Senate Bill 301
Relating to: special distinguishing license plates associated with the Olympic Games, payments to the United States Olympic Committee and the Wisconsin Special Olympics, Inc., and making an appropriation.
By Senators Huelsman, Breske, Fitzgerald, Clausing, Darling, Burke and Rosenzweig; cosponsored by Representatives Goetsch, Krusick, Kelso, Bell, Olsen, Hanson, Lazich, Riley, Handrick, Wirch, Ward, Robson, Huebsch and Foti .
To committee on Transportation, Agriculture and Local Affairs.
Senate Bill 302
Relating to: the appointment committee for Milwaukee Area Technical College district board members.
By Senators Rosenzweig and Darling; cosponsored by Representatives Duff, Walker, Schneiders and Olsen .
To committee on Education and Financial Institutions.
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petitions and communications
State of Wisconsin
Office of the Secretary of State
To the Honorable, the Senate:
Sincerely,
Douglas La follette
Secretary of State
S304 State of Wisconsin
Ethics Board
August 15, 1995
To the Honorable the Senate:
At the direction of s. 13.685(7), Wisconsin Statutes, I am furnishing you with the name of an organization recently registered with the Ethics Board that employs one or more individuals to affect state legislation or administrative rules, and notifying you of changes in the Ethics Board's records of licensed lobbyists and their employers. For the recently registered organization I have included the organization's description of the general area of legislative or administrative action that it attempts to influence and the name of the licensed lobbyist that the organization has authorized to act on its behalf.
Organization recently registered:
Wisconsin Occupational Therapy Association
Subjects: All legislation and administrative rules affecting the practice of occupational therapy.
Anderson, Norman
Organization's authorization of additional lobbyist:
The following organization previously registered with the Ethics Board as an employer of lobbyists has authorized to act on its behalf an additional licensed lobbyist:
Health Insurance Assn of America
Sheedy, Amanda
Also available from the Wisconsin Ethics Board are reports identifying the amount and value of time state agencies have spent to affect legislative action and reports of expenditures for lobbying activities filed by the organizations that employ lobbyists.
Sincerely,
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