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Wednesday, November 26, 1997
Ninety-Third Regular Session
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 364
Relating to: creating a professional standards council for teachers.
By Joint Legislative Council.
To committee on Education.
Senate Bill 365
Relating to: acquisition of a hospital owned by a nonprofit corporation, a city, a county, the state or the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Authority.
By Senators Rosenzweig, Moen, Rude, Decker, Roessler, Huelsman, Darling and Plache; cosponsored by Representatives Huber, Underheim, Robson, Urban, Hanson, Albers, Springer, Bock, Johnsrud, Meyer, La Fave, Ward, R. Young, Musser, Krug, Dobyns, Notestein, Goetsch, J. Lehman, Gunderson, Hasenohrl, Powers, Plouff, Gronemus and Ziegelbauer, by request of Attorney General James Doyle.
To committee on Health, Human Services, Aging, Corrections, Veterans and Military Affairs.
Senate Bill 366
Relating to: nonresident individual income tax reciprocity with the state of Illinois and making appropriations.
By Senators Wirch and Schultz; cosponsored by Representatives Freese, Kreuser, Steinbrink, Porter and M. Lehman.
To committee on Economic Development, Housing and Government Operations.
Senate Bill 367
Relating to: notices of changed property tax assessments and board of review training and procedures.
By Senators Moen, C. Potter, Schultz, Rude and A. Lasee; cosponsored by Representatives Albers and Freese.
To committee on Economic Development, Housing and Government Operations.
Senate Bill 368
Relating to: changes to the probate code.
By Senators Huelsman and George; cosponsored by Representatives Green and Cullen.
To committee on Judiciary, Campaign Finance Reform and Consumer Affairs.
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report of committees
The committee on Education reports and recommends:
Senate Bill 326
Relating to: creating a tuition protection program for students enrolled in proprietary schools, granting rule-making authority and making an appropriation.
Introduction and adoption of Senate amendment 1.
Ayes, 7 - Senators C. Potter, Jauch, Shibilski, Grobschmidt, Darling, Huelsman and Roessler.
Noes, 0 - None.
Passage as amended.
Ayes, 7 - Senators C. Potter, Jauch, Shibilski, Grobschmidt, Darling, Huelsman and Roessler.
Noes, 0 - None.
Calvin Potter
Chairperson
State of Wisconsin
Joint Survey Committee on Tax Exemptions
The joint survey committee on Tax Exemptions reports and recommends:
Senate Bill 29
Relating to: discontinuing the property tax exemption for governmental property that is leased and which the lessee uses as a country club.
This Bill is good public policy if it is amended to delete the underscored material on page 2 and to provide that if a lessee of municipal property uses the property for a country club, the municipality that leased the property is liable to other taxing districts for the amount of taxes those districts would have collected if the property were taxable.
Joseph Wineke
Senate Chairperson
Referred to committee on Economic Development, Housing and Government Operations.
State of Wisconsin
Joint Survey Committee on Tax Exemptions
The joint survey committee on Tax Exemptions reports and recommends:
Senate Bill 74
Relating to: narrowing the property tax exemption for educational and other institutions to exclude recreational organizations.
S363 This Bill is good public policy if it is amended so that the property tax exemption does not apply to property owned by an organization that is devoted "primarily" to recreational activities, rather than to properties of an organization devoted "solely" to recreational activities.
Joseph Wineke
Senate Chairperson
Referred to committee on Economic Development, Housing and Government Operations.
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petitions and communications
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