Tuesday, February 14, 2006
Ninety-Seventh Regular Session
The Chief Clerk makes the following entries under the above date:
Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 150 offered by Representative Albers.
Assembly substitute amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 359 offered by Representative A. Williams.
Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly amendment 3 to Assembly Bill 500 offered by Representative Gunderson.
Assembly amendment 3 to Assembly Bill 539 offered by committee on Aging and Long-Term Care.
Assembly amendment 4 to Assembly Bill 539 offered by committee on Aging and Long-Term Care.
Assembly amendment 5 to Assembly Bill 539 offered by committee on Aging and Long-Term Care.
Assembly amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 602 offered by Representative Albers.
Assembly substitute amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 851 offered by Representative Albers.
Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 852 offered by Representative Pettis.
Assembly substitute amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 945 offered by Representative Towns.
Assembly substitute amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 954 offered by Representative Moulton.
Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 955 offered by Representative Moulton.
Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 969 offered by Representative Suder.
Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 994 offered by Representative Pettis.
Assembly amendment 1 to Senate Bill 259 offered by Representative Towns.
Assembly amendment 3 to Senate Bill 272 offered by Representative LeMahieu.
Relating to architecture, engineering and construction solicitation, bidding and contracting.
Submitted by Department of Administration.
Report received from Agency, February 9, 2006.
To committee on State Affairs.
Referred on February 14, 2006.
Read first time and referred:
Assembly Joint Resolution 76
Relating to: residency requirements for state and local elective officers (first consideration).
Representatives Lothian, Ainsworth, Albers, Mursau and Ott; cosponsored by Senator Olsen
To committee on Campaigns and Elections
Assembly Joint Resolution 77
Relating to: creating a revenue limit for the state and local governmental units, depositing excess revenue into an emergency reserve, returning excess revenue to taxpayers, elector approval for exceeding the revenue limit, state and local governmental approval for reducing the revenue limit, allowing local governmental units to raise revenue to compensate for reductions in state aid, requiring the state to reduce its revenue limit in conjunction with reduction in state aid, reimbursing the reasonable costs of imposing state mandates, standing to bring a suit to enforce the revenue limits, and requiring the approval of only one legislature to amend the revenue limit provisions (first consideration).
Representatives Wood, Honadel, Huebsch, Gard, Pridemore, Strachota, Kerkman, Nass, Lothian, F. Lasee, J. Fitzgerald, Gundrum, Hundertmark, Jensen, Musser, Pettis, Nischke, LeMahieu, Vos, Kleefisch, Gunderson, Newcomer, Kestell, Vukmir, Suder and Montgomery; cosponsored by Senators Grothman, Lazich, Darling, S. Fitzgerald, A. Lasee, Kedzie, Kanavas, Zien, Leibham, Reynolds, Schultz and Stepp.
To committee on Ways and Means.
Assembly Joint Resolution 78
Relating to: the life and public serve of Coretta Scott King.
Representatives Young, A. Williams, Grigsby, Fields, Toles, Turner, Hebl, Sherman and Richards.
To committee on Rules.
Assembly Bill 1016
Relating to: the acquisition of land, easements, and development rights in land by the Department of Transportation for highway projects.
Representatives Albers, Hahn, Owens, Bies, Gunderson, Towns and Nass.
To committee on Transportation.
Assembly Bill 1017
Relating to: increasing aid to Forward Wisconsin, Inc., and making an appropriation.
Representatives Krawczyk, Cullen, Jeskewitz, Turner, Fields, McCormick, Lehman, Seidel and Molepske; cosponsored by Senators Stepp, Plale, Harsdorf, Lassa, Zien and Wirch.
To joint committee on Finance.
Assembly Bill 1018
Relating to: penalties for certain crimes committed by three or more persons and providing penalties.
Representatives Young, Albers, Musser, Ott, Turner and Kreuser; cosponsored by Senators Coggs and A. Lasee.
To committee on Criminal Justice and Homeland Security.
Assembly Bill 1019
Relating to: background checks for certain Department of Transportation employees.
Representatives Ainsworth, Bies, Freese, Jeskewitz, Krawczyk, Loeffelholz, Ott, Owens, Petrowski, Townsend, Vos and McCormick.