Tuesday, June 7, 2005
Ninety-Seventh Regular Session
The Assembly met in the Assembly Chamber located in the State Capitol.
Representative Ward in the chair.
The Assembly dispensed with the call of the roll.
Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 156 offered by Representative Mursau.
Assembly amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 207 offered by Representatives Sheridan and Sinicki.
Assembly amendment 3 to Assembly Bill 207 offered by Representatives Sinicki and Sheridan.
Assembly amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 270 offered by Representative Wieckert.
Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 375 offered by Representative Mursau.
Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 375 offered by Representative Mursau.
Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 400 offered by Representative Albers.
Assembly amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 400 offered by Representative Albers.
Assembly substitute amendment 1 to Assembly Joint Resolution 7 offered by Representative Gundrum.
Read first time and referred:
Assembly Bill 462
Relating to: spending limits for cities, villages, towns, counties, school districts, and technical college districts; school district revenue limits; and qualified economic offers under the Municipal Employment Relations Act.
Representatives Ziegelbauer and Nass; cosponsored by Senator A. Lasee
To committee on Ways and Means.
Assembly Bill 463
Relating to: forced labor and human trafficking and providing a penalty.
Representatives Kessler, Grigsby, Sinicki, Krawczyk, Albers, Ott, Lehman, Sheridan, Molepske, Berceau, Petrowski, Fields, Pocan and Hahn; cosponsored by Senators Plale, Grothman, Wirch, A. Lasee and Roessler.
To committee on Criminal Justice and Homeland Security.
Assembly Bill 464
Relating to: the assignment of property contaminated by hazardous substances.
Representatives Fields, Honadel, Gard, Zepnick, Montgomery, Jensen, Grigsby, Ott, Townsend, McCormick, Albers, Hahn, Gielow, Hines, Lothian, Pridemore, Cullen, Vrakas, Ballweg and Wood; cosponsored by Senators Kanavas, Darling, Kedzie, Grothman, Roessler and Lassa.
To committee on Urban and Local Affairs
The committee on Aging and Long-Term Care reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 296
Relating to: modifying certain restrictions on admissions to, protective placements in, or transfers to intermediate care facilities for the mentally retarded and nursing homes.
Ayes: 9 - Representatives Townsend, Hines, LeMahieu, Nischke, Strachota, Krusick, Vruwink, Pope-Roberts and Parisi.
To committee on Rules.
Committee on Aging and Long-Term Care
The committee on Corrections and the Courts reports and recommends:
Relating to: evidence of lay and expert witnesses.
Ayes: 6 - Representatives Bies, Gundrum, Underheim, Owens, Suder and LeMahieu.
Noes: 4 - Representatives Pope-Roberts, Wasserman, Seidel and Parisi.
To committee on Rules.
Committee on Corrections and the Courts
The committee on Energy and Utilities reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 437
Relating to: requiring the conveyance of property to a public utility for the construction of electric transmission lines.
Assembly Amendment 1 adoption: