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Wednesday, January 17, 2001
Ninety-Fifth Regular Session
STATE OF WISCONSIN
Senate Journal
The Chief Clerk makes the following entries under the above date.
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INTRODUCTION, first reading and reference of bills
Read first time and referred:
Senate Bill 16
Relating to: the sales tax on sales of lists.
By Senators Erpenbach and Roessler; cosponsored by Representatives Miller, Young, Gronemus and Pocan.
To committee on Privacy, Electronic Commerce and Financial Institutions.
Senate Bill 17
Relating to: the priority of a wage claim lien.
By Senators Robson, Moen, Erpenbach, Wirch, Plache, Moore, Decker, Hansen and Risser; cosponsored by Representatives Riley, Schooff, Carpenter, Richards, Berceau, Gronemus, Ryba, Sinicki, Bock, Coggs, Olsen, Williams, Miller, Powers, Sykora, Pettis, Staskunas, Turner, Nass, Cullen, Wood, Black, Balow, Young, Pocan, Musser, F. Lasee, J. Lehman, Plouff, Kreuser and Meyerhofer.
To committee on Labor and Agriculture.
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petitions and communications
State of Wisconsin
Department of Revenue
January 8, 2001
The Honorable, The Legislature:
I am submitting the quarterly report of the Wisconsin Lottery for the quarter ending December 31, 2000. As required by s. 565.37(3), Wis. Stats., the attached materials contain unaudited Wisconsin Lottery year to date Sales and Expenditure information.
The summary information reported here is not intended to be a complete financial accounting of the Wisconsin Lottery Fund.
If you have any questions or comments regarding this report, please feel free to contact me at (608) 266-6466.
Sincerely,
Cate Zeuske
Secretary of Revenue
State of Wisconsin
January 16, 2001
The Honorable, The Senate:
Pursuant to Senate Rule 20(2)(a), I have made the following appointments to Senate committees:
To the Senate committee for review of Administrative Rules: Senators Schultz and Cowles;
To the Senate committee on Audit: Senators Rosenzweig and Lazich;
To the Senate committee on Economic Development and Corrections: Senator Zien;
To the Senate committee on Education: Senators Roessler, Farrow, Darling, Lazich and Harsdorf;
To the Senate committee on Environmental Resources: Senators Cowles and Schultz;
To the Senate committee on Finance: Senators Darling and Welch;
To the Senate committee on Health, Utilities, Veterans and Military Affairs: Senators Rosenzweig, Cowles, Fitzgerald and Lazich;
To the Senate committee on Human Services and Aging: Senators Rosenzweig, Roessler and Welch;
To the Senate committee on Information Policy and Technology: Senators Lazich and Harsdorf;
To the Senate committee on Insurance, Tourism, and Transportation: Senators Lasee and Farrow;
To the Senate committee on Judiciary, Consumer Affairs, and Campaign Finance Reform: Senators Huelsman and Fitzgerald;
To the Senate committee on Labor and Agriculture: Senators Lasee and Harsdorf;
To the Senate committee on Privacy, Electronic Commerce, and Financial Institutions:: Senators Huelsman and Fitzgerald;
To the Senate committee on 2001-03 Biennial Budget: Senators Schultz and Harsdorf;
To the Senate committee on Universities, Housing, and Government Operations: Senators Ellis, Huelsman and Zien;
To the joint survey committee on Retirement Systems: Senator Ellis;
To the joint survey committee on Tax Exemptions: Senator Ellis;
To the Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse: Senator George;
To the Building Commission: Senators Risser, Meyer and Roessler;
To the Education Commission of the States: Senator Shibilski;
To the Educational Communications Board: Senator George;
To the Environmental Education Board: Senator Burke;
To Forward Wisconsin: Senator Grobschmidt;
To the Council on Highway Safety: Senator Breske;
S25 To the Joint Legislative Council: Senators , Grobschmidt, Robson, Baumgart, Rosenzweig and Zien;
To the Migrant Labor Council: Senator Robson;
To the Minnesota-Wisconsin Boundary Area Commission: Senators Jauch and Meyer;
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