Read first time and referred to committee on Health, Human Services, Aging, Corrections, Veterans and Military Affairs.
Assembly Bill 275
Relating to: access by a child's substitute care provider to medical information concerning the child, the child's religious affiliation or belief and information Relating to any involvement of the child in any sexual abuse, in any cult or group that promotes criminal activity or in any activities that are harmful to the child.
By Representatives Seratti, Ainsworth, M. Lehman, Ryba, Lorge, Ladwig, Wasserman, Freese, Musser, Lazich, Owens, Grothman, Goetsch, Gunderson and Brandemuehl; cosponsored by Senators Buettner, Weeden and Zien.
Read first time and referred to committee on Health, Human Services, Aging, Corrections, Veterans and Military Affairs.
Assembly Bill 509
Relating to: creating a marriage and family therapist training certificate and the eligibility requirements for taking the examination for a marriage and family therapist or professional counselor certificate.
By Representative Otte , by request of Department of Regulation and Licensing Secretary Marlene A. Cummings .
Read first time and referred to committee on Health, Human Services, Aging, Corrections, Veterans and Military Affairs.
S438 Assembly Bill 554
Relating to: transporting children in open cargo areas of certain motor trucks.
By Representatives Kelso, Ladwig, Black, Bock, Dobyns, Hanson, Hasenohrl and Urban.
Read first time and referred to committee on Labor, Transportation and Financial Institutions.
Assembly Bill 581
Relating to: the supplemental food program for women, infants and children and making an appropriation.
By Representatives Sykora, Wasserman, Harsdorf, Kreibich, Albers, Baumgart, Bock, Boyle, Gronemus, Handrick, Hasenohrl, Huebsch, Johnsrud, Meyer, Musser, Notestein, Olsen, Otte, Plouff, Robson, Ryba, Springer, Staskunas, Underheim, L. Young, R. Young and Murat; cosponsored by Senators Moen, Rude, C. Potter, Breske, Clausing, Decker, Huelsman, Plache, Roessler, Wirch and Zien.
Read first time and referred to committee on Health, Human Services, Aging, Corrections, Veterans and Military Affairs.
Assembly Bill 582
Relating to: allowing a power of attorney for health care instrument to be used to make or refuse to make an anatomical gift and allowing a health care agent to make an anatomical gift.
By Representatives Wasserman, Huber, Underheim, Kreuser, Walker, Staskunas, Baumgart, Bock, Brandemuehl, Goetsch, Gronemus, Krug, Ladwig, Murat, Notestein, Porter and R. Young; cosponsored by Senators Rosenzweig, Risser, Roessler, Grobschmidt and Huelsman.
Read first time and referred to committee on Health, Human Services, Aging, Corrections, Veterans and Military Affairs.
Assembly Bill 600
Relating to: the placement of a child with a relative for adoption and application of the interstate compact on the placement of children; the time by which a juvenile court must hold a hearing on a petition for adoptive placement of a child with a nonrelative and a petition to terminate parental rights that is filed with a petition for adoptive placement; removal of a child from a foster home, treatment foster home or group home for the purpose of placing the child by an agency for adoption; education about adoption and school age parents programs; who may be adopted; the documentation required in a permanency plan for preadoptive placement of a child in foster care or treatment foster care under a voluntary agreement; payments by an adoptive or proposed adoptive parent for the expenses of a birth parent or child; the release of identifying information by an agency that placed a child for adoption or that was appointed guardian of a child who was adopted; advertising related to adoption; the time by which a petition for a rehearing on the ground of new evidence must be filed in a juvenile court proceeding; and providing a penalty.
By Joint Legislative Council.
Read first time and referred to committee on Judiciary, Campaign Finance Reform and Consumer Affairs.
Assembly Bill 601
Relating to: adoption assistance, granting rule-making authority and making appropriations.
By Joint Legislative Council.
Read first time and referred to committee on Health, Human Services, Aging, Corrections, Veterans and Military Affairs.
Assembly Bill 602
Relating to: kinship care, creating a long-term kinship care program and making appropriations.
By Joint Legislative Council.
Read first time and referred to committee on Health, Human Services, Aging, Corrections, Veterans and Military Affairs.
Assembly Joint Resolution 98
Relating to: designating Buffalo Soldier Day.
By Representatives Turner, Musser, L. Young, Travis, Bock, Brandemuehl, Coggs, Cullen, Dobyns, Duff, Freese, Goetsch, Green, Gronemus, Hahn, Hasenohrl, Hutchison, Jensen, Johnsrud, Kedzie, Kreuser, Kunicki, Ladwig, F. Lasee, J. Lehman, Lorge, Morris-Tatum, Notestein, Owens, Plouff, Porter, Riley, Robson, Ryba, Urban, Walker, Williams, R. Young and Ziegelbauer; cosponsored by Senators Moen, Zien, Weeden, Plache, Burke, Moore and Fitzgerald.
Read and referred to committee on Senate Organization.
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adjournment
Senator Schultz, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn until Tuesday, February 10 at 10:00 A.M..
Adjourned.
10:01 A.M.
Chief Clerk's Report
The Chief Clerk records:
Senate Joint Resolution 29
Deposited in the office of the Secretary of State on February 4, 1998.
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