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Introduction and Reference
of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
Assembly Resolution 39
Relating to: the prohibition against memorializing the federal government.
By Representatives Hebl, Parisi, Schneider, Vruwink, Sinicki, Fields, Grigsby, Turner, Gronemus, Seidel, Pope-Roberts, Molepske, Sherman, Toles, Lehman, Pocan, Berceau, Wasserman and Nelson.
To committee on Rules.
Assembly Resolution 40
Relating to: requirements for roll call votes using a voting machine.
By Representative Travis .
To committee on Rules.
Assembly Bill 709
Relating to: licensing midwives, granting rule-making authority, and providing a penalty.
By Representatives Underheim, Lamb, Hahn, Hines, Townsend, Musser, Pope-Roberts, Pettis, Owens, Molepske, Seidel, Montgomery and Young; cosponsored by Senators Grothman, Darling, Lassa, Reynolds, Coggs, Erpenbach and Olsen.
To committee on Health.
Assembly Bill 710
Relating to: the annual adjustment of the motor vehicle fuel tax rate and depositing motor vehicle sales and use tax revenues into the transportation fund.
By Representatives Wood, F. Lasee, Gundrum, Jeskewitz, Kerkman, Kestell, Lothian, McCormick, Pridemore and Vukmir; cosponsored by Senators Reynolds, Zien, Grothman, Lazich and Leibham.
To joint committee on Finance.
Assembly Bill 711
Relating to: eliminating the annual adjustment of the motor vehicle fuel tax rate.
By Representatives Wood, F. Lasee, Gundrum, Jeskewitz, Kerkman, Kestell, Lothian, McCormick, Pridemore and Vukmir; cosponsored by Senators Reynolds, Zien, Grothman, Lazich and Leibham..
To joint committee on Finance.
Assembly Bill 712
Relating to: vehicles transporting human organs for transplantation, medical personnel for human organ harvesting or transplantation purposes, or medical devices or equipment for emergency purposes.
By Representatives Krusick, Stone, Berceau, Boyle, Fields, Gunderson, Hines, Hundertmark, Lehman, McCormick, Musser, Ott, Parisi, Seidel, Staskunas, Townsend, Vos, Vruwink and Petrowski; cosponsored by Senators Darling, A. Lasee, Olsen and Wirch.
To committee on Transportation.
Assembly Bill 713
Relating to: subjecting a county development plan to town board approval.
A510 By Representatives Friske, Ballweg, Davis, Wood, Towns, Hahn, Ainsworth, Albers, Owens, Hundertmark, Lothian, Petrowski, Loeffelholz, Pettis, F. Lasee, Freese, Kerkman and Kestell; cosponsored by Senators Kedzie, A. Lasee, Grothman and Breske.
To committee on Property Rights and Land Management.
Assembly Bill 714
Relating to: eliminating the Special Transfer Program.
By Representatives Friske, Meyer, Rhoades, Mursau, M. Williams, Towns, Moulton, Suder, Wood, Pettis, Bies, Hahn, Lothian, Loeffelholz, LeMahieu, Musser, Townsend, Albers and Ainsworth.
To committee on Education Reform .
Assembly Bill 715
Relating to: special identification cards and special registration plates issued by the Department of Transportation providing parking privileges for persons with physical disabilities, requiring the exercise of rule-making authority, and providing a penalty.
By Representatives Krusick, Ainsworth, Benedict, Berceau, Davis, Freese, Hahn, Hines, Jensen, Kestell, Kreibich, Lehman, LeMahieu, McCormick, Molepske, Musser, Nelson, Ott, Parisi, Petrowski, Pocan, Seidel, Sheridan, Sinicki, Staskunas, Stone, Townsend, Turner, Ward, M. Williams, Wood and Ziegelbauer; cosponsored by Senators Darling, Brown, Coggs, Erpenbach, Hansen, Olsen and Roessler, by request of ABC for Health, Inc., Access to Independence, American Association on Mental Retardation, Wisconsin Chapter, Arc Dane County, ARC Milwaukee, Arc-Wisconsin Disability Association, Autism Society of Southeastern WI, Autism Society of Wisconsin, Brain Injury Association of Wisconsin, City of Milwaukee, Coalition of Wisconsin Aging Groups, Community Alliance Providers of WI (CAPOW), Community Living Alliance, Creative Community Living Services, Inc., Dane County Developmental Disabilities Coalition, Epilepsy Foundation, South Central Wisconsin, Family Voices, Grassroots Empowerment Project, Hearthstone, Independence First, Independent Living Resources, Kindcare, Inc., Learning Disabilities Association of Dane County, Lutheran Social Services of WI and Upper Michigan, Medical Support Services, Inc., Midstate Independent Living Consultants, Milwaukee Police Association, Milwaukee Police Department, NAMI Wisconsin, Inc., National Multiple Sclerosis Society Wisconsin Chapter, Options for Independent Living, People First Wisconsin, Inc., Rehabilitation for Wisconsin, Inc., Residential Services Association of Wisconsin, Respite Care Association of Wisconsin, Service Employees International Union Local 150, Society's Assets, Wisc., State Independent Living Council, The Steinhauer Group, Team Rehab, Inc., Waisman Center, Wisconsin ADAPT, Wisconsin Alliance of Cities, Wisconsin Coalition for Advocacy, Wisconsin Coalition for Independent Living Centers, Wisconsin Council on Children and Families, Wisconsin Council on Developmental Disabilities, Wisconsin Facets, Wisconsin Family Ties, Wisconsin Occupational Therapy Association, Wisconsin Personal Services Association.
To committee on Transportation.
Assembly Bill 716
Relating to: transporting bulk materials on a highway, liability for spilling waste or foreign matter upon or along a highway, and mudguards on motor trucks and semitrailers transporting bulk materials.
By Representatives Krusick, Berceau, Black, Cullen, Fields and Kerkman; cosponsored by Senators Coggs and Carpenter.
To committee on Highway Safety.
Assembly Bill 717
Relating to: felony murder and amending cross-references to felony murder for the purpose of correcting errors and providing a penalty.
By Representatives Nerison, Gundrum, Ainsworth, Hahn, Hines, Musser and Sheridan; cosponsored by Senators Kapanke, Zien, Darling, Grothman, A. Lasee and Leibham.
To committee on Judiciary.
Assembly Bill 718
Relating to: a nonrefundable individual income tax credit for the sales tax paid on the purchase of gun-club memberships and admissions to gun-club activities.
By Representatives Wieckert, Suder, Hines, Ott, Albers, Hundertmark, Kaufert, Hahn, Davis, F. Lasee, Vos, Krawczyk, Townsend, Mursau, Jensen, Gundrum, Sheridan and McCormick; cosponsored by Senators A. Lasee, Olsen, Kanavas and Brown.
To committee on Natural Resources .
Assembly Bill 719
Relating to: hunting in school forests.
By Representatives Friske, Nerison, Sherman, Gunderson, Musser, Hahn, Albers, Petrowski, McCormick and Pettis; cosponsored by Senators Zien, Decker and Jauch.
To committee on Natural Resources .
Assembly Bill 720
Relating to: requiring each school district to adopt a policy on the idling of school buses.
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 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.
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