Wednesday, January 17, 2001
Ninety-Fifth Regular Session
The Chief Clerk makes the following entries under the above date.
Read first time and referred:
Senate Bill 16
Relating to: the sales tax on sales of lists.
To committee on Privacy, Electronic Commerce and Financial Institutions.
Senate Bill 17
Relating to: the priority of a wage claim lien.
To committee on Labor and Agriculture.
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.
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;
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;