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Referral of Agency Reports
State of Wisconsin
Department of Health and Family Services
Madison
November 1999
To the Honorable, the Legislature:
The Bureau of Health Information is pleased to submit to the Governor and to the Legislature the quarterly Health Care Data Report. The data for this report were collected under Chapter 153, Wisconsin Statutes, and published as authorized by the Board on Health Care Information. This report is based on hospital inpatient discharge data reported to the Bureau of Health Information by all operating general medical-surgical and specialty hospitals in Wisconsin for the fourth quarter of 1998. It also contains selected ambulatory surgery utilization and charge data from general medical-surgical hospitals and freestanding ambulatory surgery centers in Wisconsin during the same period.
Sincerely,
Barbara A. Rudolph, Ph.D.
Director, Bureau of Health Information
Referred to committee on Health.
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State of Wisconsin
Supreme Court
Madison
December 20, 1999
To the Honorable, the Legislature:
Section 9146 of the Budget Bill creates a committee to report to the governor, the supreme court and appropriate legislative committees on increasing racial and ethnic diversity of the judges in the courts. The law provides that the chief justice is to appoint three judges. My appointees are: Judge Stanley Miller of Milwaukee County, Judge Angela Bartell of Dane County, and Judge Dennis Flynn of Racine County.
The legislation also designates me as a member of the committee. I have carefully considered my serving on this committee and have decided that I should not serve. Proposals of the committee may wind up as recommendations to the court or to the legislature. I do not wish to be disqualified as a member of the court if any issues relating to the subject of the committee should come before the court. I therefore respectfully decline to serve.
I hereby name Judge Neal P. Nettesheim of the court of appeals to serve in my place.
A588 If you have any questions or need further information please call me.
My best wishes for the new year.
Sincerely yours,
Shirley S. Abrahamson
Chief Justice
Referred to committee on Judiciary and Personal Privacy.
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Agency Reports
State of Wisconsin
Legislative Audit Bureau
Madison
December 30, 1999
To the Honorable, the Legislature:
We have completed a financial audit of the State of Wisconsin Educational Communications Board Television Network to meet our audit requirements under s. 13.94, Wis. Stats., and as requested by the Educational Communications Board to fulfill the audit requirements of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. The Corporation requires audited financial statements of public broadcasting entities to determine future funding levels.
The Educational Communications Board, which is an agency of the State of Wisconsin, operates a television network of five stations, as well as a radio network of ten FM stations and one AM station. The television network received $10.6 million in support and revenue during fiscal year 1998-99, including state support, member contributions, funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and various other grants.
Our audit report contains the financial statements and related notes for the period July 1, 1998 through June 30, 1999. We were able to issue an unqualified independent auditor's report on these statements.
We appreciate the courtesy and cooperation extended to us by Educational Communications Board staff during the audit.
Respectfully submitted,
Janice Mueller
State Auditor
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State of Wisconsin
Legislative Audit Bureau
Madison
December 30, 1999
To the Honorable, the Legislature:
We have completed a financial audit of the State of Wisconsin Educational Communications Board Radio Network to meet our audit requirements under s. 13.94, Wis. Stats., and as requested by the Educational Communications Board to fulfill the audit requirements of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. The Corporation requires audited financial statements of public broadcasting entities to determine future funding levels.
The Educational Communications Board, which is an agency of the State of Wisconsin, operates a radio network of ten FM stations and one AM station, as well as a television network of five stations. The radio network received over $6.2 million in support and revenue during fiscal year 1998-99, including state support, member contributions, funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and various other grants.
Our audit report contains the financial statements and related notes for the period July 1, 1998 through June 30, 1999. We were able to issue an unqualified independent auditor's report on these statements.
We appreciate the courtesy and cooperation extended to us by Educational Communications Board staff during the audit.
Respectfully submitted,
Janice Mueller
State Auditor
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State of Wisconsin
Legislative Audit Bureau
Madison
December 30, 1999
To the Honorable, the Legislature:
We have completed a financial audit of WHA Television, as requested by the University of Wisconsin-Extension to fulfill audit requirements of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. The Corporation requires audited financial statements of public broadcasting entities to determine future funding levels.
WHA Television is licensed to the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System and is operated by the University of Wisconsin-Extension. WHA Television received over $14.0 million in support and revenue during fiscal year 1998-99, including state support, member contributions, funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and various other grants.
Our audit report contains WHA Television's financial statements and related notes for the period July 1, 1998 through June 30, 1999. We were able to issue an unqualified independent auditor's report on these statements.
We appreciate the courtesy and cooperation extended to us by University of Wisconsin-Extension staff during the audit.
Respectfully submitted,
Janice Mueller
State Auditor
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A589 State of Wisconsin
Legislative Audit Bureau
Madison
December 30, 1999
To the Honorable, the Legislature:
We have completed a financial audit of WHA Radio, as requested by the University of Wisconsin-Extension to fulfill the audit requirements of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. The Corporation requires audited financial statements of public broadcasting entities to determine future funding levels.
WHA Radio is licensed to the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System and is operated by the University of Wisconsin-Extension. WHA Radio received over $7.1 million in support and revenue during fiscal year 1998-99, including state support, member contributions, funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and various other grants.
Our audit report contains WHA Radio's financial statements and related notes for the period July 1, 1998 through June 30, 1999. We were able to issue an unqualified independent auditor's report on these statements.
We appreciate the courtesy and cooperation extended to us by University of Wisconsin-Extension staff during the audit.
Respectfully submitted,
Janice Mueller
State Auditor
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