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From: Robert J. Marchant, Senate Chief Clerk.
Mr. Speaker:
I am directed to inform you that the Senate has
Passed and asks concurrence in:
Senate Bill 353
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Action on the Senate Message
Senate Bill 353
Relating to: exemption from construction standards for certain load-bearing dimension lumber.
By Senators Breske, A. Lasee and Grothman; cosponsored by Representatives Berceau, Ainsworth, Albers, Hahn, Pettis, Musser, Gunderson and Hines.
To committee on Forestry.
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Chief Clerk Reports
The Chief Clerk records:
Assembly Bill 40
Assembly Bill 105
Assembly Bill 167
Assembly Bill 384
Assembly Bill 385
Assembly Bill 436
Assembly Bill 464
Assembly Bill 512
Assembly Bill 522
Assembly Bill 627
Assembly Bill 684
Assembly Bill 787
Presented to the Governor on Tuesday, January 3.
Patrick E. Fuller
Assembly Chief Clerk
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Communications
December 31, 2005
Patrick Fuller
Assembly Chief Clerk
17 West Main Street, Suite 208
Madison, WI 53708
Dear Mr. Fuller:
Please add me as a co-sponsor of Assembly Bills 904 relating to changing the method of appointing members to a town plan commission.
Thank you for your assistance.
Sincerely,
Sheryl K. ALbers
State Representative
50th Assembly District
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December 31, 2005
Patrick Fuller
Assembly Chief Clerk
17 West Main Street, Suite 208
Madison, WI 53708
Dear Mr. Fuller:
Please add me as a co-sponsor of Assembly Bill 905 relating to resident hunting and fishing licenses to students attending colleges and universities in the state.
Thank you for your assistance.
Sincerely,
Sheryl K. ALbers
State Representative
50th Assembly District
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Referral of Agency Reports
State of Wisconsin
Department of Transportation
Madison
December 30, 2005
To the Honorable, the Legislature:
I am pleased to be able to present to you, for distribution to the Wisconsin Assembly, the annual evaluation report on the Pretrial Intoxicated Driver Intervention Grant Program. The program, created by section 86.53 Wis. Stats., was established by the legislature in 1997 with the requirement that the Department study its impact and report on its findings every even-numbered year.
The Pretrial Intoxicated Driver Intervention Grant Program is intended for offenders who are arrested for their second or subsequent OWl (Operating While Intoxicated) offense. Offender participation may be voluntary or court order. It is an intervention model designed to get offenders into counseling, treatment and supervision as soon as possible after the arrest. The program is individual to each community.
As you will see in the report, no community that has begun a program has dropped it. Offenders who successfully completed the program were less likely than non-participants to be re-arrested for subsequent OWl violations. Those who were re-arrested went significantly longer between arrests than non-participants. Currently there are four counties on a waiting list for funding to begin programs.
I commend those people who have dedicated themselves to making this innovative program a success. There are no "silver bullets" in eradicating intoxicated driving, but I feel this effort is a vital piece in the total transportation safety effort.
Sincerely,
Major Daniel W. Lonsdorf
Director-Bureau of Transportation Safety
Referred to committee on Highway Safety.
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