Wednesday, December 22, 1999
Ninety-Fourth Regular Session
Senate Journal
The Chief Clerk makes the following entries under the above date.
INTRODUCTION and reference of resolutions and joint resolutions
Read and referred:
Senate Joint Resolution 31
Relating to: commending and congratulating Ron Dayne on his Heisman Trophy win and outstanding 1999 season.
By Senators Risser, Chvala, George, Moen, Ellis, Rude, Breske, Burke, Clausing, Drzewiecki, Erpenbach, Grobschmidt, Huelsman, Jauch, A. Lasee, Lazich, Moore, Plache, Robson, Roessler, Rosenzweig, Schultz, Darling and Wirch; cosponsored by Representatives Pocan, Freese, Ladwig, Krug, Schneider, Black, Bock, Boyle, Brandemuehl, Carpenter, Coggs, Colon, Duff, Goetsch, Gronemus, Gunderson, Hahn, Handrick, Hasenohrl, Hebl, Huber, Huebsch, Hundertmark, Jeskewitz, Johnsrud, Kaufert, Kelso, Klusman, Kreibich, Kreuser, J. Lehman, M. Lehman, Meyerhofer, Miller, Morris-Tatum, Musser, Nass, Olsen, Ott, Plouff, Porter, Rhoades, Ryba, Schooff, Sherman, Sinicki, Staskunas, Stone, Sykora, Townsend, Travis, Turner, Underheim, Urban, Vrakas, Walker, Ward, Wasserman, Waukau, Williams, Young and Hutchison.
To committee on Senate Organization.
INTRODUCTION, first reading and reference of bills
Read first time and referred:
Senate Bill 308
Relating to: health insurance coverage of nervous and mental disorders, alcoholism and other drug abuse problems.
By Senators Panzer, Robson, Rosenzweig, Risser, Darling, Wirch, Rude, Erpenbach, Grobschmidt, Roessler, Plache, Huelsman, Baumgart, Moore, Clausing and Burke; cosponsored by Representatives Bock, Klusman, Wasserman, Kaufert, Kelso, Riley, Handrick, Berceau, Suder, Young, Ott, Black, Musser, Gronemus, Hasenohrl, Waukau, La Fave, Miller, Leibham, Richards, J. Lehman, Williams, Turner, Ryba, Kestell and Schneider.
To committee on Health, Utilities, Veterans and Military Affairs.
Senate Bill 309
Relating to: the number of school districts to which a pupil may apply under the open enrollment program.
By Senators Darling, Grobschmidt and Panzer; cosponsored by Representatives La Fave, Duff, Montgomery, M. Lehman, Bock, Sinicki, Staskunas, J. Lehman, Nass, Gunderson, Goetsch, Walker, Gronemus, Musser and Ryba.
To committee on Education.
Senate Bill 310
Relating to: considering vehicles used in the operation of greenhouses and other similar structures as "farm trucks".
By Senator Darling ; cosponsored by Representatives Sykora, Staskunas, Owens, Spillner, Underheim, Plouff and Plale.
To committee on Insurance, Tourism, Transportation and Corrections.
Senate Bill 311
Relating to: instructing persons to use weapons or techniques to cause civil disorders and providing a penalty.
By Senators Burke, Huelsman and Rosenzweig; cosponsored by Representatives Bock, Berceau, La Fave, Morris-Tatum, Richards, Riley and Wasserman.
To committee on Judiciary and Consumer Affairs.
Senate Bill 312
Relating to: eliminating the school levy tax credit, and guaranteed aid for primary costs and weighting children at risk for equalization aid purposes.
By Senators Burke, Clausing, Erpenbach, Moen, Moore, Plache and Schultz; cosponsored by Representatives Plouff, Musser, Bock, Gronemus, Hasenohrl, Krug, Lassa, J. Lehman, Miller, Reynolds, Richards, Riley, Ryba and Sykora.
To committee on Education.
Senate Bill 313
Relating to: state agent status for certain psychiatrists who provide services under certain county contracts.
By Senators Risser, Burke, Erpenbach and Rosenzweig; cosponsored by Representatives Musser, Plouff, Miller, Boyle, Petrowski, Wasserman, Berceau and Bock.
To committee on Health, Utilities, Veterans and Military Affairs.
report of committees
The committee on Health, Utilities, Veterans and Military Affairs reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 521
Relating to: certification of first responders.
Ayes, 6 - Senators Moen, Breske, Robson, Erpenbach, Rude and Drzewiecki.
Noes, 1 - Senator Welch.
Rodney Moen
petitions and communications
State of Wisconsin
Office of the Secretary of State
To the Honorable, the Senate:
Douglas La follette
Secretary of State
State of Wisconsin
Department of Health and Family Services
December 14, 1999
The Honorable, The Senate:
Section 46.03 (26) of the statutes requires the Department of Health and Family Services to report annually on information systems projects under development. The attached report is a summary of the departmental systems currently under development.