Wednesday, November 23, 2005
Ninety-Seventh Regular Session
Assembly Journal
The Chief Clerk makes the following entries under the above date:
Amendments Offered
Assembly substitute amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 641 offered by Representative Wieckert.
Assembly amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 809 offered by Representative Sheridan.
Introduction and Reference
of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
Assembly Joint Resolution 67
Relating to: providing that only a marriage between one man and one woman shall be valid or recognized as a marriage in this state (2nd consideration).
By Representatives Gundrum, Gard, Huebsch, J. Fitzgerald, Gottlieb, Owens, Kleefisch, Hundertmark, Towns, Ballweg, Kerkman, Nischke, M. Williams, McCormick, Albers, Krawczyk, Lothian, Honadel, Van Roy, Nerison, Kreibich, Pettis, Suder, Vos, Kestell, Moulton, Hahn, Ott, F. Lasee, Loeffelholz, Nass, Meyer, Petrowski, Gunderson, Townsend, Hines, Bies, Mursau, Pridemore, Montgomery, Freese, Jeskewitz and LeMahieu; cosponsored by Senators S. Fitzgerald, Schultz, A. Lasee, Zien, Roessler, Lazich, Stepp, Grothman, Leibham and Kanavas.
To committee on Judiciary.
Assembly Bill 835
Relating to: fee remission for children and surviving spouses of ambulance drivers, correctional officers, emergency medical services technicians, fire fighters, and law enforcement officers.
By Representatives Moulton, Kreibich, Suder, Gronemus, Hahn, Lothian, Ott, Hines, Gunderson, McCormick, Montgomery, Nelson, Vos, Turner, Davis, Krawczyk, Friske, Van Roy, Honadel, Lehman and Kerkman; cosponsored by Senators Zien, Darling, A. Lasee, Hansen, Leibham, Carpenter, Roessler, Breske and Decker.
To committee on Colleges and Universities .
Assembly Bill 836
Relating to: notice regarding unauthorized acquisition of personal information.
By Representatives J. Fitzgerald, Gundrum, Davis, Nischke, Loeffelholz, Jensen, Bies, Hines, Ott, Ballweg, Kleefisch, Owens, Freese, Hundertmark, McCormick, Cullen, Krawczyk and Montgomery; cosponsored by Senators Kanavas, Stepp, A. Lasee, Darling, Kedzie and Olsen.
To committee on State Affairs.
Assembly Bill 837
Relating to: the purchase of chicken, turkey, beef, and pork products by state agencies, school districts, and technical college districts.
By Representatives Pope-Roberts, Sherman, Berceau, Turner and Parisi; cosponsored by Senator Miller .
To committee on Public Health.
Assembly Bill 838
Relating to: voluntary intoxication as a defense to criminal liability.
By Representatives Lothian, Nass, Ainsworth, Bies, Hahn and Kreibich; cosponsored by Senators Kedzie and Lassa.
To committee on Judiciary.
Assembly Bill 839
Relating to: sales and taste samples by manufacturers or rectifiers of intoxicating liquor for consumption on or off the premises where manufactured or rectified and taste samples by certain retail licensees of intoxicating liquor.
By Representatives Kerkman, Vos, Ballweg, Bies, Gunderson, Hahn, Hines, Jensen, Jeskewitz, Nass, Sherman, Strachota and Suder; cosponsored by Senators Grothman, A. Lasee, Kedzie, Jauch and Stepp.
To committee on State Affairs.
Assembly Bill 840
Relating to: a speed limit for operation of snowmobiles during the hours of darkness, enforcement and safety relating to the operation of snowmobiles, and making an appropriation.
By Representatives Kaufert, LeMahieu, Gard, Bies, Krawczyk, Meyer, Gunderson, Van Roy, Ziegelbauer, Petrowski, Owens, Huebsch, Kerkman, Towns, Ainsworth, J. Fitzgerald, Jeskewitz, Gronemus, Travis, Townsend, Davis, Ott and Hahn; cosponsored by Senators S. Fitzgerald, A. Lasee, Grothman, Breske, Erpenbach, Hansen and Plale.
To joint committee on Finance.
A630 Assembly Bill 841
Relating to: administration and funding of programs for utility public benefits; renewable energy requirements for utilities and retail electric cooperatives; energy efficiency requirements for state construction; revising and reviewing the state energy conservation code; state use of renewable energy resources; anaerobic digestor research; and granting rule-making authority.
By committee on Energy and Utilities.
To committee on Energy and Utilities .
Assembly Bill 842
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; the sale by the Department of Natural Resources of seized, perishable property and confiscated wild animals and carcasses; and the receipt of proceeds 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.
By Representatives Moulton, Gunderson, Musser, Van Roy, Lehman, Krawczyk, Sheridan, Ott, Montgomery, Kestell, Pettis, M. Williams, Turner, Nelson, Bies, McCormick, Ballweg, Mursau, Hines, Kreibich, Nass, Nerison, Albers and Owens; cosponsored by Senators Zien, Olsen, Kedzie and Grothman.
To committee on Natural Resources .
Assembly Bill 843
Relating to: punitive damage awards.
By Representatives Gundrum, Huebsch, Albers, Nischke, Krawczyk, Musser, Hahn, Owens, F. Lasee, Nass, Vos, Bies and Kestell; cosponsored by Senators Grothman, Schultz, Roessler and Lazich.
To committee on Judiciary.
Assembly Bill 844
Relating to: the Health Insurance Risk-Sharing Plan; creating the Health Insurance Risk-Sharing Plan Authority; a health benefit program for persons eligible for tax credits for payment of premiums; an income and franchise tax credit for Health Insurance Risk-Sharing Plan assessments; and making an appropriation.
By Representatives Nischke, Gielow, Rhoades, Gard, Huebsch, Kreuser, Sheridan, Montgomery, McCormick, Lehman, Ballweg, Moulton, Van Roy, Underheim, Nelson, Stone, Jensen, J. Fitzgerald, Hahn, Molepske, Gottlieb, Hundertmark, Honadel, Shilling, Krawczyk, Seidel, Sinicki, Boyle, Vruwink and Townsend; cosponsored by Senators Kapanke, Brown, Darling, Schultz, S. Fitzgerald, Taylor, Olsen, Roessler, Jauch, Hansen, Lazich and Plale.
To committee on Insurance.
November 18, 2005