1999 Assembly Resolution 1 - Relating to: notifying the senate and the governor that the 1999-2000 assembly is organized.
1999 Assembly Resolution 2 - Relating to: establishing the committee structure and names for the 1999-2000 legislative session.
1999 Assembly Resolution 3 - Relating to: the assembly rules.
1999 Assembly Resolution 4 - Relating to: denouncing the hate-filled messages of the Ku Klux Klan and commending the citizens of the city of Madison and others who take part in rejecting the hate-filled messages of the Ku Klux Klan.
1999 Assembly Resolution 5 - Relating to: commending Jim Irwin and Max McGee on their retirement.
1999 Assembly Resolution 6 - Relating to: commending Mel Knoke as the first Green Bay Packer fan ever inducted into the Green Bay Packer Fan Hall of Fame.
1999 Assembly Resolution 7 - Relating to: the life and public service of Betty Franklin-Hammonds.
1999 Assembly Resolution 8 - Relating to: the life and public service of Francis Conway.
1999 Assembly Resolution 9 - Relating to: the life and public service of Michael Nordin.
1999 Assembly Resolution 10 - Relating to: the life and service to the people of the state of Wisconsin of Walter Bresette.
1999 Assembly Resolution 11 - Relating to: designating August 16 of each year as National Airborne Day.
1999 Assembly Resolution 12 - Relating to: supporting an initiative seeking a just and peaceful resolution of the situation in Cyprus.
1999 Assembly Resolution 13 - Relating to: directing the assembly chief clerk to hang a photograph of every person who was speaker of the assembly or who performed the duties of speaker as an acting or interim speaker.
1999 Assembly Resolution 14 - Relating to: offering sincerest condolences to the families of the victims who were killed in the earthquake in Taiwan.
1999 Assembly Resolution 15 - Relating to: urging Congress to approve legislation to halt additional acquisition of lands in Sauk and Columbia counties by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service.
1999 Assembly Resolution 16 - Relating to: the life and public service of Wilbur Renk.
1999 Assembly Resolution 17 - Relating to: proclaiming October 2, 1999, as Nigeria Day.
1999 Assembly Resolution 18 - Relating to: urging the Congress of the United States and the U.S. Department of the Interior not to allow tribes without reservations to designate Tribal Land Acquisition Areas.
1999 Assembly Resolution 19 - Relating to: the life and public service of George Reedy.
1999 Assembly Resolution 20 - Relating to: memorializing Congress to enact the Internet Access Charge Prohibition Act of 1999.
1999 Assembly Resolution 21 - Relating to: commending past and present members of the United States Marine Corps on the 224th Birthday of the Corps.
1999 Assembly Resolution 22 - Relating to: memorializing the President of the United States to award the Presidential Medal of Freedom to the 41st President of the United States, George Herbert Walker Bush.
1999 Assembly Resolution 23 - Relating to: commemorating the 6 firefighters who died in a December 4, 1999, blaze in Worcester, Massachusetts, and thanking all members of the Fire Service in Wisconsin.
1999 Assembly Resolution 24 - Relating to: the life and public service of William N. Belter.
1999 Assembly Resolution 25 - Relating to: declaring February African-American History and Cultural Heritage Month.
1999 Assembly Resolution 26 - Relating to: requesting that the state of South Carolina immediately stop flying the confederate flag in an official capacity.
1999 Assembly Resolution 27 - Relating to: the life and contributions of Frank "Pee Wee" King.
1999 Assembly Resolution 28 - Relating to: proclaiming April 2000 as "Savings and Investing Month" in this state.
1999 Assembly Resolution 29 - Relating to: supporting and urging support for the WASHINGTON JUNETEENTH 2000 NATIONAL HOLIDAY OBSERVANCE, on the National Mall, Lincoln Memorial and U.S. capital grounds, scheduled for Saturday, June 17, 2000.
1999 Assembly Resolution 30 - Relating to: commending Marcella Dolan Chase's many years of devoted public service.
1999 Assembly Resolution 31 - Relating to: establishing a special order of business for Friday, March 24, 2000.
1999 Assembly Resolution 32 - Relating to: urging Congress to pass legislation to require federal executive agencies to establish expedited review procedures for granting a waiver to a state under a grant program administered by the federal agency if another state has already been granted a similar waiver by the agency under that program.
1999 Assembly Resolution 33 - Relating to: proclaiming the week of March 26, 2000, as "Volunteer Fire Fighter and EMT Professional Appreciation Week".
1999 Assembly Resolution 34 - Relating to: commending Senator Herb Kohl for his support for an actual enumeration in the 2000 U.S. census.
1999 Assembly Resolution 35 - Relating to: urging the Congress of the United States and the U.S. Department of the Interior to include a requirement in the revisions to CFR section 151 relating to Tribal Land Acquisition Areas that states and affected local governments be able to review tribal submissions and evidence, just as tribes are able to review state submissions.
1999 Assembly Resolution 36 - Relating to: congratulating Secretary Charles H. Thompson for his long-term services and wishing him well in his future endeavors.
1999 Assembly Resolution 37 - Relating to: commending Joseph E. Wimmer for his lifelong commitment to public service and the people of Waukesha, Wisconsin, and the United States.
1999 Assembly Resolution 38 - Relating to: commending the University of Wisconsin women's basketball team on its recent WNIT tournament appearance and championship.
1999 Assembly Resolution 39 - Relating to: declaring a "Professional Locksmiths Day" in Wisconsin.
1999 Assembly Resolution 40 - Relating to: prohibiting certain travel by members of the assembly while the state of South Carolina flies the confederate flag in an official capacity.
1999 Assembly Resolution 41 - Relating to: commemorating the achievements and contributions of Wisconsin's 6 Vietnam veterans who were awarded the Medal of Honor.
1999 Assembly Resolution 42 - Relating to: designating April 24 of each year as "Wisconsin Day of Remembrance for the Armenian Genocide of 1915 to 1923".
1999 Assembly Resolution 43 - Relating to: commending Assembly Chief Clerk Charles R. Sanders on his distinguished career of 30 years of service to the members of the assembly.