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Relating to contact lens prescription release by optometrists.
Report received from Agency, September 14, 2001.
To committee on Health.
Referred on September 17, 2001.
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Introduction and Reference
of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
Assembly Bill 491
Relating to: creating definitions for common and contract carriers for sales tax and use tax purposes.
By Representative Stone .
To committee on Transportation.
Assembly Bill 492
Relating to: use of educational telecommunications access program grants.
By Representatives Underheim, McCormick, Wieckert, Jensen, Staskunas, Ainsworth, Duff, Sykora, Starzyk, Lippert, Krawczyk, M. Lehman, Petrowski, Ladwig, Miller, Ott, Vrakas and Jeskewitz; cosponsored by Senators Roessler and Huelsman.
To committee on Education Reform .
Assembly Bill 493
Relating to: review of state agency performance and operations.
By Representatives Underheim, Krawczyk, Jensen, Kestell, Urban, Turner, Olsen, Gunderson, Stone, Musser, Gronemus, Duff, Sykora, Powers, McCormick, Petrowski, Staskunas, Jeskewitz and Vrakas; cosponsored by Senators Welch, Roessler and Kanavas.
To committee on Government Operations .
Assembly Bill 494
Relating to: limiting the authority of cities and villages to annex territory.
By Representatives Gunderson, Ladwig, Starzyk, Owens, Gronemus and Albers.
To committee on Urban and Local Affairs .
Assembly Bill 495
Relating to: seizure of computers used in crimes against children.
By Representatives Walker, Suder, Pettis, Starzyk, Underheim, Gundrum, Vrakas, Nass, Urban, Ladwig, Townsend, Olsen, Gronemus and Coggs; cosponsored by Senators Rosenzweig, Burke, Cowles, Hansen, Huelsman, Darling and Harsdorf.
To committee on Corrections and the Courts .
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A389 Committee Reports
The committee on Children and Families reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 109
Relating to: surveys and questionnaires of pupils and providing a penalty.
Assembly substitute amendment 1 adoption:
Ayes: 5 - Representatives Kestell, Lippert, Jeskewitz, Miller and Sinicki.
Noes: 2 - Representatives Bies and Grothman.
Passage as amended:
Ayes: 6 - Representatives Kestell, Lippert, Grothman, Jeskewitz, Miller and Sinicki.
Noes: 1 - Representative Bies.
To committee on Rules.
Steve Kestell
Chairperson
Committee on Children and Families
The committee on Colleges and Universities reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 320
Relating to: an education tax credit for businesses.
Passage:
Ayes: 9 - Representatives Kreibich, Townsend, Jeskewitz, Krawczyk, Rhoades, Underheim, Lassa, Balow and Berceau.
Noes: 1 - Representative Boyle.
To committee on Rules.
Rob Kreibich
Chairperson
Committee on Colleges and Universities
The joint committee on Finance reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 326
Relating to: expenditure of $12,600 from the general fund in payment of a claim against the state made by Alan and Marlene Sieker.
Passage:
Ayes: 16 - Representatives Gard, Kaufert, Albers, Duff, Ward, Huebsch, Huber and Lassa; Senators Burke, Decker, Moore, Plache, Wirch, Robson, Darling and Rosenzweig.
Noes: 0.
To committee on Rules.
Assembly Bill 327
Relating to: expenditure of $9,296 from moneys appropriated to the department of transportation in payment of a claim against the state made by Robert and Dorothy Messner.
Passage:
Ayes: 14 - Representatives Gard, Albers, Duff, Ward, Huebsch, Huber and Lassa; Senators Burke, Decker, Moore, Plache, Robson, Darling and Rosenzweig.
Noes: 2 - Representative Kaufert; Senator Wirch.
To committee on Rules.
John Gard
Assembly Chairperson
Joint committee on Finance
The committee on Small Business and Consumer Affairs reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 475
Relating to: extended area telephone service and granting rule-making authority.
Without recommendation pursuant to s. 227.26 (2)(h) of the Wisconsin Statutes.
To calendar.
Lorraine Seratti
Chairperson
Committee on Small Business and Consumer Affairs
The committee on State Affairs reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 217
Relating to: sales and taste samples of fruit-based intoxicating liquor for consumption on or off the premises where manufactured or rectified.
Assembly substitute amendment 1 adoption:
Ayes: 5 - Representatives Skindrud, Bies, Petrowski, Wood and Young.
Noes: 1 - Representative Krawczyk.
Passage as amended:
Ayes: 4 - Representatives Skindrud, Bies, Petrowski and Young.
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