Senate Bill 354
Relating to: collection of data concerning motor vehicle stops, law enforcement training standards and granting rule-making authority.
By Senators Moore, George and Plache; cosponsored by Representatives Young, Turner, Colon, Riley, Morris-Tatum, Coggs, Williams, Bock, Richards, Wasserman, Black, Miller, Pocan, Berceau, Schooff, Boyle, Ryba and Klusman.
To committee on Criminal Justice.
Senate Bill 400
Relating to: providing health insurance coverage for certain local government employes and officers who have terminated local government employment.
By Senators Baumgart, Schultz and George; cosponsored by Representatives Musser, J. Lehman, Hasenohrl, Meyerhofer, Ryba, Young, Waukau, Berceau, Miller, Gunderson and Gronemus.
To committee on Urban and Local Affairs.
Senate Bill 404
Relating to: sexually violent person commitment proceedings, escape from custody by a person who is subject to a sexually violent person commitment proceeding, sentencing of persons who have prior convictions for certain crimes, requiring persons who commit certain offenses to register as a sex offender and providing penalties.
By Senators Clausing, Burke and Roessler; cosponsored by Representatives Huber, Pocan and Seratti.
To committee on Judiciary and Personal Privacy.
Senate Bill 414
Relating to: establishing an additional criterion for approval of a high-capacity well.
By Senators Shibilski, Burke, Cowles, Jauch, Schultz, Breske, Risser and Erpenbach; cosponsored by Representatives Hahn, Black, Townsend, Bock, Musser, Meyerhofer, Miller, Plouff, La Fave and Johnsrud.
To committee on Environment.
Senate Bill 425
Relating to: authorizing the department of justice to prosecute violations of certain laws regulating firearms.
By Senators Burke, Risser and Rosenzweig; cosponsored by Representatives Huber, Bock, Boyle, La Fave, Miller, Richards, Riley and Sykora, by request of Attorney General James Doyle.
To committee on Judiciary and Personal Privacy.
Senate Bill 439
Relating to: the regulation of snowmobile rail crossings.
By Senator Breske ; cosponsored by Representative Spillner .
To committee on Tourism and Recreation.
Senate Bill 449
Relating to: assigning a judgment in a tax foreclosure action.
By Senator Burke ; cosponsored by Representative Duff .
To committee on Conservation and Land Use.
Senate Bill 457
A773 Relating to: excluding areas outside of this state in determining a service area for assessing the need for a proposed solid waste disposal facility or hazardous waste facility and the design capacity of such a facility.
By Senators Lazich and Schultz; cosponsored by Representatives Gundrum, Musser and Black.
To committee on Environment.
Enrolled Bills
The following Assembly proposals, which have been approved by both the Assembly and Senate, have been enrolled by the Legislative Reference Bureau:
Assembly Bill 54
Assembly Bill 56
Assembly Bill 57
Assembly Bill 58
Assembly Bill 59
Assembly Bill 100
Assembly Bill 116
Assembly Bill 137
Assembly Bill 178
Assembly Bill 197
Assembly Bill 237
Assembly Bill 254
Assembly Bill 273
Assembly Bill 318
Assembly Bill 343
Assembly Bill 351
Assembly Bill 367
Assembly Bill 385
Assembly Bill 391
Assembly Bill 394
Assembly Bill 409
Assembly Bill 412
Assembly Bill 431
Assembly Bill 432
Assembly Bill 447
Assembly Bill 582
Assembly Bill 583
Assembly Bill 585
Assembly Bill 606
Assembly Bill 614
Assembly Bill 654
Charles R. Sanders
Assembly Chief Clerk
Reference Bureau Corrections
Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 660
1. Page 1, line 9: delete "118.291," and substitute "118.291,".
Assembly Bill 709
1. Page 10, line 10: after "CONTRACT" insert a period.
Assembly Bill 730
1. Page 28, line 16: delete "second" and substitute "2nd".
Assembly Bill 751
1. Page 18, line 18: delete "therapist" and substitute "therapy".
Assembly Bill 790
1. Page 4, line 3: delete the material beginning with "Act" and ending with "9" on line 4 and substitute "Act 17".
Assembly Bill 801
1. Page 2, line 16: delete "Section 2" and substitute "Section 2t"
Assembly Bill 849
1. Page 27, line 7: on lines 7 and 23, delete "814.01 (4)" and substitute "814.04 (1)".
Representative Spillner moved that the Assembly stand adjourned until 10:00 A.M. on Tuesday, March 21.
The question was: Shall the Assembly stand adjourned?
Motion carried.