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Wednesday, April 11, 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 and reference of resolutions and joint resolutions
Read and referred:
Senate Joint Resolution 31
Relating to: urging schools to improve the personal money management skills of high school students.
By Senators Grobschmidt, Erpenbach, Rosenzweig, Burke, Moore, Breske, Hansen, Roessler, Wirch, Darling, Huelsman, S. Fitzgerald and Shibilski; cosponsored by Representatives Olsen, J. Lehman, Ryba, Ainsworth, Wasserman, Loeffelholz, Pocan, Jeskewitz, Hundertmark, Kestell, Wade, Ziegelbauer, La Fave, Albers, Sykora, Nass, Skindrud, Miller, Underheim, Ott, Pettis, Krawczyk, Johnsrud, Seratti, Hoven, Huber, Balow, Freese and Lippert.
To committee on Education.
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INTRODUCTION, first reading and reference of bills
Read first time and referred:
Senate Bill 128
Relating to: requiring health insurance policies to cover contraceptive articles and services.
By Senators Moore, Plache, Burke, Rosenzweig, Risser, Erpenbach and George; cosponsored by Representatives Berceau, Richards, Johnsrud, Colon, Wasserman, Sinicki, Hebl, Schooff, Pocan, Young, Bock, Black, Carpenter, Krug, Miller, Turner, Boyle and Travis.
To committee on Health, Utilities, Veterans and Military Affairs.
Senate Bill 129
Relating to: contract authority of the department of corrections, prisoner access to personal information of persons who are not prisoners, requiring prisoners conducting telephone solicitations or answering toll-free telephone numbers to identify themselves as prisoners, and providing a penalty.
By Senators Erpenbach, Burke, Darling, Decker, Hansen and Harsdorf; cosponsored by Representatives Foti, Ziegelbauer, Schneider, Pocan, Ryba, Plouff, Musser, Turner, Staskunas, Pettis, Lassa, Berceau, Kreuser, Plale, Petrowski and Gunderson.
To committee on Economic Development and Corrections.
Senate Bill 130
Relating to: admission requirements for University of Wisconsin System institutions.
By Senators Grobschmidt, M. Meyer, Moore, Burke, Rosenzweig, Risser and Roessler; cosponsored by Representatives Wasserman, Urban, Berceau, Black, La Fave, M. Lehman, Morris-Tatum, Miller, Ryba, Schneider, Staskunas, Turner, Young, Huber and Plouff.
To committee on Universities, Housing, and Government Operations.
Senate Bill 131
Relating to: allowing an individual income tax deduction for certain amounts contributed by a grandparent to a college savings account or a college tuition and expenses program.
By Senators Grobschmidt, Darling, Erpenbach, S. Fitzgerald, Baumgart, Welch, Plache, Burke, Rosenzweig, Roessler, Moen, Risser, Harsdorf, Schultz, M. Meyer, Zien, Huelsman and Hansen; cosponsored by Representatives Kreibich, Plale, Musser, La Fave, Black, Urban, Richards, Ladwig, Huebsch, Rhoades, M. Lehman, Hahn, Boyle, J. Lehman, Townsend, Wade, Hundertmark, Lassa, Shilling, Gronemus, Freese, Krawczyk, Olsen, Petrowski, Jensen, Sykora, Albers, McCormick, Kreuser, Coggs, Suder, Gunderson, Ryba, Miller, Plouff, Young, Vrakas, D. Meyer, Grothman, Jeskewitz, Wasserman, Seratti, Montgomery, Balow, Powers, Hoven, Berceau, Huber, Nass, Pettis, Steinbrink, Skindrud, Owens, Leibham, Ott, Schneider, Walker and Turner.
To committee on Universities, Housing, and Government Operations.
Senate Bill 132
Relating to: changing the name of the state historical society.
By Senators Risser and Rosenzweig; cosponsored by Representatives Freese and Berceau.
To committee on Universities, Housing, and Government Operations.
Senate Bill 133
Relating to: establishing a publicly financed health care system for residents of this state, creating the department of health planning and finance, health policy board, regional health councils, granting rule-making authority, and making appropriations.
By Senators Chvala, Decker, Burke and Risser; cosponsored by Representatives Bock, Pocan, Carpenter, Young, Turner, Ryba, Miller, Morris-Tatum, Coggs, Boyle and Berceau.
To committee on Health, Utilities, Veterans and Military Affairs.
S149 Senate Bill 134
Relating to: death benefits provided under the Wisconsin retirement system and making an appropriation.
By Senators Chvala, Erpenbach and Rosenzweig; cosponsored by Representatives Musser, Ryba, Staskunas, Boyle and Berceau.
To joint survey committee on Retirement Systems.
Senate Bill 135
Relating to: disclosure of credit reports and providing a penalty.
By Senators Erpenbach, Burke, Risser, George, Darling and Hansen; cosponsored by Representatives Gunderson, Ziegelbauer, Schneider, Young, Pocan, Bock, Musser, Wood, Turner, Miller, Balow, Cullen, J. Lehman, Berceau and Morris-Tatum.
To committee on Privacy, Electronic Commerce and Financial Institutions.
Senate Bill 136
Relating to: using accumulated unused sick leave credits and certain health insurance premium credits for the purchase of long-term care insurance for participants under the Wisconsin retirement system.
By Senators Risser, Grobschmidt, Roessler, Moen, Schultz and Rosenzweig; cosponsored by Representatives Duff, Bock, Black, Turner, Musser, Ryba, J. Lehman, Seratti, Miller, Pettis, Plale, Skindrud and Berceau.
To committee on Universities, Housing, and Government Operations.
Senate Bill 137
Relating to: public financing of elections for certain state offices, providing an exemption from emergency rule procedures, granting rule-making authority, providing a penalty, and making appropriations.
By Senator Risser ; cosponsored by Representatives Pocan, Berceau, Black, Boyle, Carpenter, Coggs, La Fave, Miller, Ryba, Sinicki and Turner.
To committee on Judiciary, Consumer Affairs, and Campaign Finance Reform.
Senate Bill 138
Relating to: the publication of notices relating to the creation of tax incremental financing districts.
By Senator Risser ; cosponsored by Representative Berceau .
To committee on Universities, Housing, and Government Operations.
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