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Representative Plouff moved that the rules be suspended and that Senate Bill 1 be withdrawn from the committee on Health and taken up at this time.
Senate Bill 1
Relating to: requiring pharmacies and pharmacists, as a condition of medical assistance participation, to charge elderly persons for prescription drugs no more than specific amounts; specifying requirements for rebate agreements between the department of health and family services and drug manufacturers; requiring the department of health and family services to seek a waiver to provide medical assistance eligibility to certain persons for purposes of a prescription drug benefit; requiring the exercise of rule-making authority; making appropriations; and providing penalties.
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Point of Order
Representative Freese rose to the point of order that Senate Bill 1 was not properly before the Assembly under ยง 16.47 of the Wisconsin Statutes.
Speaker Jensen took the point of order under advisement.
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Calendar of Friday , March 9
Assembly Bill 100
Relating to: financial assistance for an air carrier that operates from a hub facility, creating an airport financing committee, granting rule-making authority, and making appropriations.
The question was: Shall the vote by which Assembly Bill 100 was passed be reconsidered?
The roll was taken.
The result follows:
Ayes - Representatives Berceau, Black, Bock, Boyle, Carpenter, Coggs, Cullen, Gronemus, Huber, Hubler, Kreuser, Meyerhofer, Miller, Morris-Tatum, Plouff, Pocan, Reynolds, Richards, Sherman, Shilling, Steinbrink, Turner, Wasserman, Williams, Wood, Young and Ziegelbauer - 27.
A143 Noes - Representatives Ainsworth, Albers, Balow, Bies, Colon, Duff, J. Fitzgerald, Foti, Freese, Friske, Gard, Grothman, Gunderson, Gundrum, Hahn, Hebl, Hoven, Huebsch, Hundertmark, Jeskewitz, Johnsrud, Kaufert, Kedzie, Kestell, Krawczyk, Kreibich, Krug, Krusick, La Fave, Ladwig, F. Lasee, Lassa, J. Lehman, M. Lehman, Leibham, Lippert, Loeffelholz, McCormick, D. Meyer, Montgomery, Musser, Nass, Olsen, Ott, Petrowski, Pettis, Plale, Powers, Rhoades, Riley, Ryba, Schneider, Schooff, Seratti, Sinicki, Skindrud, Starzyk, Staskunas, Stone, Suder, Sykora, Townsend, Travis, Underheim, Urban, Vrakas, Wade, Walker, Ward, Wieckert and Speaker Jensen - 71.
Absent or not voting - Representative Owens - 1.
Motion failed.
Assembly Bill 4
Relating to: permitting an educational agency to refuse to employ or to terminate from employment an unpardoned felon.
Representative Rhoades in the chair.
Representatives Carpenter, J. Lehman, Bock, Sherman, Black, Turner, Morris-Tatum, Coggs, Schneider, Sinicki, Young, Ryba, Reynolds and Riley asked unanimous consent to be added as coauthors of Assembly substitute amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 4. Granted.
Representative Petrowski moved that Assembly substitute amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 4 be laid on the table.
The question was: Shall Assembly substitute amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 4 be laid on the table?
The roll was taken.
The result follows:
Ayes - Representatives Ainsworth, Albers, Bies, Duff, J. Fitzgerald, Foti, Freese, Friske, Gard, Grothman, Gunderson, Gundrum, Hahn, Hoven, Huebsch, Hundertmark, Jeskewitz, Johnsrud, Kaufert, Kedzie, Kestell, Krawczyk, Kreibich, Ladwig, F. Lasee, M. Lehman, Leibham, Lippert, Loeffelholz, McCormick, D. Meyer, Montgomery, Musser, Nass, Olsen, Ott, Petrowski, Pettis, Powers, Rhoades, Seratti, Skindrud, Starzyk, Stone, Suder, Sykora, Townsend, Underheim, Urban, Vrakas, Wade, Walker, Ward, Wieckert, Ziegelbauer and Speaker Jensen - 56.
Noes - Representatives Balow, Berceau, Black, Bock, Boyle, Carpenter, Coggs, Colon, Cullen, Gronemus, Hebl, Huber, Hubler, Kreuser, Krug, Krusick, La Fave, Lassa, J. Lehman, Meyerhofer, Miller, Morris-Tatum, Plale, Plouff, Pocan, Reynolds, Richards, Riley, Ryba, Schneider, Schooff, Sherman, Shilling, Sinicki, Staskunas, Steinbrink, Travis, Turner, Wasserman, Williams, Wood and Young - 42.
Absent or not voting - Representative Owens - 1.
Motion carried.
Assembly amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 4 offered by Representatives Young, Coggs, Morris-Tatum and Riley.
Representative Petrowski moved that Assembly amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 4 be laid on the table.
The question was: Shall Assembly amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 4 be laid on the table?
The roll was taken.
The result follows:
Ayes - Representatives Ainsworth, Albers, Bies, Duff, J. Fitzgerald, Foti, Freese, Friske, Gard, Grothman, Gunderson, Gundrum, Hahn, Hoven, Huebsch, Hundertmark, Jeskewitz, Johnsrud, Kaufert, Kedzie, Kestell, Krawczyk, Kreibich, Ladwig, F. Lasee, M. Lehman, Leibham, Lippert, Loeffelholz, McCormick, D. Meyer, Montgomery, Musser, Nass, Olsen, Ott, Petrowski, Pettis, Powers, Rhoades, Seratti, Skindrud, Starzyk, Stone, Suder, Sykora, Townsend, Underheim, Urban, Vrakas, Wade, Walker, Ward, Wieckert, Ziegelbauer and Speaker Jensen - 56.
Noes - Representatives Balow, Berceau, Black, Bock, Boyle, Carpenter, Coggs, Colon, Cullen, Gronemus, Hebl, Huber, Hubler, Kreuser, Krug, Krusick, La Fave, Lassa, J. Lehman, Meyerhofer, Miller, Morris-Tatum, Plale, Plouff, Pocan, Reynolds, Richards, Riley, Ryba, Schneider, Schooff, Sherman, Shilling, Sinicki, Staskunas, Steinbrink, Travis, Turner, Wasserman, Williams, Wood and Young - 42.
Absent or not voting - Representative Owens - 1.
Motion carried.
The question was: Shall Assembly Bill 4 be ordered engrossed and read a third time?
Motion carried.
Representative Foti asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Assembly Bill 4 be given a third reading.
Representative Riley objected.
Representative Foti moved that the rules be suspended and that Assembly Bill 4 be given a third reading.
The question was: Shall the rules be suspended and Assembly Bill 4 be given a third reading?
The roll was taken.
The result follows:
Ayes - Representatives Ainsworth, Albers, Bies, Duff, J. Fitzgerald, Foti, Freese, Friske, Gard, Grothman, Gunderson, Gundrum, Hahn, Hoven, Huebsch, Hundertmark, Jeskewitz, Johnsrud, Kaufert, Kedzie, Kestell, Krawczyk, Kreibich, Ladwig, F. Lasee, M. Lehman, Leibham, Lippert, Loeffelholz, McCormick, D. Meyer, Montgomery, Musser, Nass, Olsen, Ott, Petrowski, Pettis, Powers, Rhoades, Seratti, Skindrud, Starzyk, Stone, Suder, Sykora, Townsend, Underheim, Urban, Vrakas, Wade, Walker, Ward, Wieckert and Speaker Jensen - 55.
Noes - Representatives Balow, Berceau, Black, Bock, Boyle, Carpenter, Coggs, Colon, Cullen, Gronemus, Hebl, Huber, Hubler, Kreuser, Krug, Krusick, La Fave, Lassa, J. Lehman, Meyerhofer, Miller, Morris-Tatum, Plale, Plouff, Pocan, Reynolds, Richards, Riley, Ryba, Schneider, Schooff, Sherman, Shilling, Sinicki, Staskunas, Steinbrink, Travis, Turner, Wasserman, Williams, Wood, Young and Ziegelbauer - 43.
A144 Absent or not voting - Representative Owens - 1.
Motion failed.
Assembly Bill 98
Relating to: fishing with a bow and arrow near a roadway.
The question was: Shall Assembly Bill 98 be ordered engrossed and read a third time?
Motion carried.
Representative Freese asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Assembly Bill 98 be given a third reading. Granted.
The question was: Assembly Bill 98 having been read three times, shall the bill be passed?
Motion carried.
Representative Freese asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Assembly Bill 98 be immediately messaged to the Senate. Granted.
Speaker Jensen in the chair.
Representative Black moved that Senate Bill 1 be withdrawn from the committee on Health and referred to the committee on Rules.
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Point of Order
Representative Freese rose to the point of order that the motion to withdraw Senate Bill 1 from committee was not in order while a previous point of order on the bill was under advisement.
Speaker Jensen took the point of order under advisement.
Representative Black moved that Assembly Bill 132 be withdrawn from the committee on Health and referred to the committee on Rules.
Representative Foti moved that the motion to withdraw Assembly Bill 132 from the committee on Health and refer to the committee on Rules be laid on table.
The question was: Shall the motion to withdraw Assembly Bill 132 from the committee on Health and refer to the committee on Rules be laid on table?
The roll was taken.
The result follows:
Ayes - Representatives Ainsworth, Albers, Bies, Duff, J. Fitzgerald, Foti, Freese, Friske, Gard, Grothman, Gunderson, Gundrum, Hahn, Hoven, Huebsch, Hundertmark, Jeskewitz, Johnsrud, Kaufert, Kedzie, Kestell, Krawczyk, Kreibich, Ladwig, F. Lasee, M. Lehman, Leibham, Lippert, Loeffelholz, McCormick, D. Meyer, Montgomery, Musser, Nass, Olsen, Ott, Petrowski, Pettis, Powers, Rhoades, Seratti, Skindrud, Starzyk, Stone, Suder, Sykora, Townsend, Underheim, Urban, Vrakas, Wade, Walker, Ward, Wieckert and Speaker Jensen - 55.
Noes - Representatives Balow, Berceau, Black, Bock, Boyle, Carpenter, Coggs, Colon, Cullen, Gronemus, Hebl, Huber, Hubler, Kreuser, Krug, Krusick, La Fave, Lassa, J. Lehman, Meyerhofer, Miller, Morris-Tatum, Plale, Plouff, Pocan, Reynolds, Richards, Riley, Ryba, Schneider, Schooff, Sherman, Shilling, Sinicki, Staskunas, Steinbrink, Travis, Turner, Wasserman, Williams, Wood, Young and Ziegelbauer - 43.
Absent or not voting - Representative Owens - 1.
Motion carried.
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Announcements
Representative Lassa asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of her sister, Katie Lassa, who will be celebrating her 16th birthday on March 18. Granted.
Representative Pettis asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of the Osceola High School Boys Basketball Team for advancing to the WIAA State Tournament. Granted.
Representative F. Lasee asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in memory of his father, R. Charles "Chuck" Lasee, who passed away on March 4. Granted.
Representative Krusick asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of her daughter, Megan Ann Mroczenski, who celebrated her third birthday on March 12. Granted.
Representative Wood asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of the Janesville Parker Girls Basketball Team for winning the WIAA State Championship. Granted.
Representative Meyerhofer asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of the Kaukauna Galloping Ghosts Boys Basketball Team for advancing to the WIAA State Tournament for the first time in their history. Granted.
Representative Gronemus asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of the Gilmanton Girls Basketball Team who won Division IV of the WIAA State Championship. Granted.
Representative Starzyk asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of the Catholic Central High School Boys Basketball Team. Granted.
Representative Plouff asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of the Spring Valley Cardinal Boys Basketball Team for advancing to the WIAA State Tournament. Granted.
Representative Plouff asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of the Glenwood City Hilltoppers Boys Basketball Team for advancing to the WIAA State Tournament. Granted.
Representative Ward asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of the Lakeside Lutheran Lady Warriors for winning Division III of the WIAA State Championship. Granted.
A145 Representative Lassa asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of Janel McCarville who was selected as the AP Girls Basketball Player of the Year. Granted.
Representative Ott asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of the Brillion High School Lady Lions Basketball team who finished second in Division III of the WIAA State Championship. Granted.
Representative Lassa asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of the SPASH Girls Basketball Team for their outstanding performance in Division I of the WIAA State Girls Basketball Tournament. Granted.
Representative Montgomery asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of the Green Bay Notre Dame Tritons Girls Basketball Team who won Division II of the WIAA State Championship. Granted.
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