Thursday, February 5, 1998
Ninety-Third Regular Session
The Senate met.
The Senate was called to order by Senator Dale Schultz.
The Chair, with unanimous consent, asked that the proper entries be made in the journal.
Read first time and referred:
Senate Bill 442
Relating to: the expenditure of $256,744.55 from moneys appropriated to the department of transportation for payment of a claim against the state made by CleanSoils Wisconsin, Inc.
To joint committee on Finance.
Senate Bill 443
Relating to: the creation of an additional unclassified division administrator position in the department of health and family services.
To committee on Health, Human Services, Aging, Corrections, Veterans and Military Affairs.
Senate Bill 444
Relating to: the Kickapoo valley reserve, the Kickapoo reserve management board and providing a penalty.
To committee on Insurance, Tourism and Rural Affairs.
Senate Bill 445
Relating to: allowing pupils to possess and use metered dose and dry powder inhalers while in school.
To committee on Education.
Senate Bill 446
Relating to: hunting of small game in state parks and granting rule-making authority.
To committee on Agriculture and Environmental Resources.
The committee on Insurance, Tourism and Rural Affairs reports and recommends:
Senate Bill 390
Relating to: commencement of the fall semester at public schools.
Ayes, 3 - Senators
Breske, Schultz and Drzewiecki.
Noes, 1 - Senator
Senate Bill 411
Relating to: increasing the tourism marketing appropriation and making an appropriation.
Ayes, 4 - Senators
Breske, Jauch, Schultz and Drzewiecki.
Noes, 0 - None.
State of Wisconsin
Department of Health and Family Services
January 30, 1998
The Honorable, The Legislature:
The attached report is submitted under section 13.172(2) in accordance with Act 1997 Act 27
, Section 9123(12j)
which directs the Department of Health and Family Services, in consultation with the Department of Revenue, to develop proposed legislation to create a tax credit for individuals who provide care for elderly persons. The report outlines options to create incentives for individuals to provide care for elderly and disabled persons.
Thank you for distributing this report to members of the Senate.
State of Wisconsin
Department of Employment Relations