Wednesday, August 2, 2006
Ninety-Seventh Regular Session
Assembly Journal
The Chief Clerk makes the following entries under the above date:
Administrative Rules
Relating to the designation of waters as outstanding or exceptional resource waters.
Report received from Agency, July 27, 2006.
To committee on Natural Resources .
Referred on August 2, 2006 .
State of Wisconsin
Revisor of Statutes Bureau
DATE: August 1, 2006

TO: Patrick E. Fuller
Assembly Chief Clerk

Robert Marchant
Senate Chief Clerk
FROM: Gary L. Poulson
Assistant Revisor of Statutes

SUBJECT: Rules published in the July 31, 2006, Wisconsin Administrative Register, No. 607.
The following rules have been published:
Clearinghouse Rule 05-032 effective 08-01-2006
Clearinghouse Rule 05-049 effective 08-01-2006
Clearinghouse Rule 05-089 effective 08-01-2006
Clearinghouse Rule 05-092 effective 08-01-2006
Clearinghouse Rule 05-101 effective 08-01-2006
Clearinghouse Rule 05-115 effective 08-01-2006
Clearinghouse Rule 06-010 effective 08-01-2006
Clearinghouse Rule 06-015 effective 08-01-2006
Clearinghouse Rule 06-018 effective 08-01-2006
Clearinghouse Rule 06-020 effective 08-01-2006
State of Wisconsin
Office of the Secretary of State
To Whom It May Concern:
Acts, Joint Resolutions and Resolutions deposited in this office have been numbered and published as follows:
Jt. Res. Number Enrolled Number Publication Date
Assembly Joint Res. 5369Not Published
Assembly Joint Res. 10770Not Published
Assembly Joint Res. 10871Not Published
Assembly Joint Res. 10972Not Published
Douglas La Follette
Secretary of State
Referral of Agency Reports
State of Wisconsin
Office of State Employment Relations
July 2006
To the Honorable, the Legislature:
It is with great pleasure that I present the 27th Affirmative Action Report for Wisconsin State Government. Its purpose is to provide an overview of the state's workforce, reflect the progress made in the past year and identify priority issues for the future.
Fiscal year 2005 saw reductions in the state's workforce. The overall impact of these reductions on the number and percentage of racial/ethnic minorities, women, and person with disabilities in the permanent classified work force was minimal. The state Division of Affirmative Action undertook many initiatives which ensured the continued representation of targeted group members in the state workforce.
The Office of State Employment Relations will continue to play a key role in meeting the challenges ahead and assisting state agencies and universities in the development of programs to accomplish their AA/EEO goals.
Karen E. Timberlake
Referred to committee on Labor.
State of Wisconsin
Department of Transportation
July 26, 2006
To the Honorable, the Legislature:
Enclosed is the report required under 343.237 (9), regarding the release of photos from the Department driver record files to Wisconsin Law Enforcement, Federal Government Law Enforcement and all other eligible State Law Enforcement.
This report is provided annually and contains the agencies and the purpose for which copies of the photographs were provided. Please forward this report, as you feel appropriate to any interested parties.
If you have any questions regarding the release of photographs please contact Debbie Kraemer, Supervisor in the Records and Licensing Information Section, Bureau of Driver Services, by phone at (608) 264-7060.