Senate Joint Resolution 17
Report correctly enrolled on March 17, 2005.
The Chief Clerk makes the following entries dated Friday, March 18, 2005.
Read and referred:
Senate Resolution 4
Relating to: calling on the Congress of the United States to reject plans to privatize Social Security by cutting Social Security's guaranteed benefits and diverting money out of Social Security into private investment accounts and, further, calling on Congress to commit to repaying to the Social Security Trust Fund the moneys it has taken and spent for other purposes.
By Senators Robson, Hansen, Erpenbach, Miller, Lassa, Carpenter, Taylor and Wirch.
To committee on State and Federal Relations.
Read first time and referred:
Senate Bill 123
Relating to: reorganizing and revising chapter 767 of the statutes.
By Joint Legislative Council.
To committee on Health, Children, Families, Aging and Long Term Care.
Senate Bill 124
Relating to: authorizing a town that has entered into a cooperative boundary agreement to use tax incremental financing.
By Senators Kanavas, Schultz, Stepp and Grothman; cosponsored by Representatives Nischke, Jensen, Kerkman, Hahn, Gielow, Krawczyk, Pridemore, Van Roy, Ainsworth, Bies, Owens, F. Lasee and Gunderson.
To committee on Job Creation, Economic Development and Consumer Affairs.
Senate Bill 125
Relating to: the design of special registration plates associated with persons interested in supporting endangered resources.
By Senator Decker ; cosponsored by Representative Seidel .
To committee on Natural Resources and Transportation.
Senate Bill 126
Relating to: changing the requirements for the publication of city and village ordinances.
By Senators Roessler, Brown, A. Lasee, Lassa, Grothman, Reynolds and Kanavas; cosponsored by Representatives Gottlieb, Ainsworth, Berceau, Bies, Gielow, Hahn, Hines, Jeskewitz, Kerkman, Kestell, LeMahieu, Mursau, Nischke, Ott, Owens, Pettis, Gunderson, Kreibich, Molepske, Staskunas, Stone, Pridemore, Seidel, Strachota, Van Roy, Vos and Musser.
To committee on Veterans, Homeland Security, Military Affairs, Small Business and Government Reform.
Senate Bill 127
Relating to: donation of newborn umbilical cord blood.
S134 By Senators Leibham, Lassa, Breske, Reynolds, A. Lasee, Roessler, Lazich, Grothman, Cowles, Kapanke, Stepp and Kedzie; cosponsored by Representatives Wieckert, Pettis, LeMahieu, Nischke, Ainsworth, Hines, Kerkman, Bies, Ott, Petrowski, Owens, Nass, Vrakas, Musser, Gunderson, Davis, Pridemore, Albers, Kreibich, M. Williams, Kestell, Gronemus, Underheim, Molepske, Krawczyk, Gard, Ballweg, Hahn, Wood, Gottlieb, Strachota, Kleefisch, Mursau and Jeskewitz.
To committee on Health, Children, Families, Aging and Long Term Care.
Senate Bill 128
Relating to: increasing the limits for insurance coverage of nervous or mental health disorders or alcoholism or other drug abuse problems.
By Senators Hansen, Miller, Risser, Stepp, Wirch and Harsdorf; cosponsored by Representatives Lehman, Benedict, Berceau, Black, Grigsby, Kreibich, Ott, Parisi, Pocan, Pope-Roberts, Shilling, Seidel, Sheridan and Zepnick.
To committee on Agriculture and Insurance.
Senate Bill 129
Relating to: transfer of the business employees' skills training grant program to the Technical College System Board, granting rule-making authority, and making an appropriation.
By Senators Leibham, Kanavas, Stepp, Zien and Darling; cosponsored by Representatives Davis, Wieckert, Hines, Moulton, Kleefisch, Kerkman, Owens, Vos, Montgomery, Suder, Honadel, Towns, Gronemus, Freese, J. Fitzgerald, Vrakas, Van Roy, Nischke, Gunderson, Albers, Hundertmark, Lamb, Musser, Hahn and LeMahieu.
To committee on Veterans, Homeland Security, Military Affairs, Small Business and Government Reform.
Senate Bill 130
Relating to: increasing the income limit and maximum annual loan amount under a program of the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority.
By Senators Lassa, Roessler, Hansen, Wirch, Robson and Decker; cosponsored by Representatives Molepske, Ainsworth, Berceau, Vruwink, Sinicki, Boyle, Staskunas, Black, Lehman, Pocan, Sheridan, Friske and Ott.
To committee on Housing and Financial Institutions.
Pursuant to Senate Rule 17 (5), Senator Darling added as a coauthor to Senate Bill 118.
State of Wisconsin
Office of the Governor
March 15, 2005
The Honorable, The Senate:
I am pleased to nominate and with the advice and consent of the Senate, do appoint Stewart, Linda, of Milwaukee, as a member of the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority, for the term ending January 1, 2008.
Read and referred to committee on Housing and Financial Institutions.
Relating to the standards and procedures for the issuance of single and multiple trip oversize and overweight permits.
Submitted by Department of Transportation.
Report received from Agency, March 16, 2005.
Referred to committee on Natural Resources and Transportation, March 18, 2005 .
The committee on Judiciary, Corrections and Privacy reports and recommends:
Relating to operational improvements to the Wisconsin Lottery and the retailer performance program of the lottery, and affecting small businesses.
No action taken.
David Zien
The committee on Natural Resources and Transportation reports and recommends:
Relating to military vehicle operator CDL exemption.
No action taken.
Neal Kedzie
By Patrick E. Fuller, chief clerk.
Mr. President:
I am directed to inform you that the Assembly has passed and asks concurrence in:
Assembly Bill 37
Assembly Bill 92
Assembly Bill 125
Assembly Bill 145
Assembly Bill 37
Relating to: an exemption from the witness exclusion rule for a law enforcement investigator designated by the state in criminal and delinquency proceedings.
By Representatives Friske, Albers, Ballweg, Ott, Musser, Gunderson, Hahn, Stone, Townsend, Gronemus and Lehman; cosponsored by Senators Roessler and A. Lasee.
Read first time and referred to committee on Judiciary, Corrections and Privacy.
Assembly Bill 92
Relating to: evidence of being under the influence of an intoxicant.