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Assembly Bill 721
Relating to: the purchase, storage, or use of mercury by schools.
By Representatives Pope-Roberts, Parisi, Sinicki, Berceau, Black, Pocan, Lehman and Molepske; cosponsored by Senators Hansen, Erpenbach and Wirch.
To committee on Education.
Assembly Bill 722
Relating to: the licensure of pharmacies located outside the state and providing a penalty.
By Representatives Montgomery, Hines, Lamb, Hahn, Krawczyk, Gunderson, Townsend and Ott; cosponsored by Senator A. Lasee .
To committee on Health.
A511 Assembly Bill 723
Relating to: authorization for counties to provide length-of-service awards for emergency medical technicians who perform services for the county.
By Representatives Sherman, Townsend, Boyle, Hahn, Vrakas, Petrowski, Lehman, Sheridan, Seidel and Molepske; cosponsored by Senators Jauch, Grothman, Erpenbach and Darling.
To committee on Urban and Local Affairs .
Assembly Bill 724
Relating to: the use by the Department of Natural Resources of seized, confiscated, or unclaimed property for educational hunting, fishing, trapping, and other conservation activities; hunting of antlerless deer by holders of certificates of accomplishment issued under the hunter education program and the bow hunter education program; certificates of hunter safety issued by provinces and other countries; possession of firearms and hunting with firearms by persons under 16 years of age; issuance of resident small game hunting licenses to certain nonresidents under 16 years of age; use of firearms in schools under the hunter education program; use of certain types of arrow tips on crossbows; proceeds received by the Department of Natural Resources for skins of fur-bearing animals that are prepared as part of the course of instruction under the trapper education program; and making an appropriation.
By Representatives Suder, Gunderson, Gard, Pettis, Musser, Ott, Bies, Krawczyk, Moulton, Kreibich and Hines; cosponsored by Senators Zien and Grothman.
To committee on Natural Resources .
Assembly Bill 725
Relating to: default judgments in cases involving citations issued for certain violations, including underage drinking and smoking.
By Representatives Kleefisch, Molepske, Gundrum, Vos, Mursau, Seidel, Musser, Hines, Schneider, Petrowski and Townsend; cosponsored by Senator Darling .
To committee on Judiciary.
Assembly Bill 726
Relating to: allowing schools and local governmental units to claim refunds of the motor vehicle fuel tax and making an appropriation.
By Representatives Ballweg, Ainsworth, Albers, Berceau, Bies, Friske, Gottlieb, Gunderson, Hines, Hundertmark, Jeskewitz, Kreibich, Lehman, LeMahieu, Musser, Nischke, Owens, Petrowski, Pettis, Staskunas, Townsend, Vrakas, M. Williams and Toles; cosponsored by Senators Olsen, Darling, Carpenter, Miller and Erpenbach.
To committee on Urban and Local Affairs .
Assembly Bill 727
Relating to: alibi witnesses in criminal cases.
By Representatives Gundrum, Hines, Lothian, Ott, Suder, Owens, Musser, Krawczyk, Hahn, Lehman, Bies, Berceau, Albers, LeMahieu, Van Roy, Lamb, Ballweg and Pettis; cosponsored by Senators Darling and Kedzie.
To committee on Judiciary.
Assembly Bill 728
Relating to: intimidating a witness and providing a penalty.
By Representatives Davis, Albers, Gundrum, Towns, Lamb, Vos, Kleefisch, Strachota, Nischke, Lothian, Hundertmark, Ott, Gunderson, Suder, Nass, LeMahieu, Petrowski, Krawczyk, Pettis, Hines, Kessler, Gronemus, Musser, Ziegelbauer, Vruwink, Sheridan, Molepske and Lehman; cosponsored by Senators Roessler, Darling, A. Lasee and Erpenbach.
To committee on Judiciary.
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Committee Reports
The committee on Labor reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 268
Relating to: mandatory and permissive subjects of collective bargaining under the Municipal Employment Relations Act.
Passage:
Ayes: 6 - Representatives Nass, Vrakas, J. Fitzgerald, Wieckert, Hundertmark and Vos.
Noes: 2 - Representatives Van Akkeren and Sheridan.
To committee on Rules.
Assembly Bill 383
Relating to: requiring criminal history background investigations of applicants for certain state government positions.
Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 adoption:
Ayes: 8 - Representatives Nass, Vrakas, J. Fitzgerald, Wieckert, Hundertmark, Vos, Van Akkeren and Sheridan.
Noes: 0.
Passage as amended:
Ayes: 8 - Representatives Nass, Vrakas, J. Fitzgerald, Wieckert, Hundertmark, Vos, Van Akkeren and Sheridan.
Noes: 0.
To committee on Rules.
Stephen Nass
Chairperson
Committee on Labor
The committee on State Affairs reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 587
Relating to: regulation of rental-purchase agreements and granting rule-making authority.
Assembly Amendment 1 adoption:
Ayes: 9 - Representatives J. Fitzgerald, Kleefisch, Musser, Gundrum, Krawczyk, Petrowski, Toles, Young and Benedict.
Noes: 0.
Assembly Amendment 3 adoption:
Ayes: 9 - Representatives J. Fitzgerald, Kleefisch, Musser, Gundrum, Krawczyk, Petrowski, Toles, Young and Benedict.
Noes: 0.
A512 Passage as amended:
Ayes: 6 - Representatives J. Fitzgerald, Kleefisch, Musser, Gundrum, Krawczyk and Petrowski.
Noes: 3 - Representatives Toles, Young and Benedict.
To joint committee on Finance.
Jeff Fitzgerald
Chairperson
Committee on State Affairs
Message from the Senate
From: Robert J. Marchant, Senate Chief Clerk.
Mr. Speaker:
I am directed to inform you that the Senate has
Adopted and asks concurrence in:
Senate Joint Resolution 32
Senate Joint Resolution 34
Senate Joint Resolution 37
Senate Joint Resolution 38
Senate Joint Resolution 39
Senate Joint Resolution 40
Senate Joint Resolution 42
Passed and asks concurrence in:
Senate Bill 45
Senate Bill 138
Senate Bill 140
Senate Bill 167
Senate Bill 206
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