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Senator Kedzie, with unanimous consent, asked that the bill be considered for final action at this time.
Assembly Bill 59
Read a third time and concurred in.
Assembly Bill 103
Relating to: disclosure of facsimile transmission numbers.
Read a second time.
Ordered to a third reading.
Senator Schultz, with unanimous consent, asked that the bill be considered for final action at this time.
Assembly Bill 103
Read a third time and concurred in.
Assembly Bill 113
Relating to: licensure and record-keeping requirements for pawnbrokers and secondhand article and jewelry dealers.
Read a second time.
Ordered to a third reading.
Senator Schultz, with unanimous consent, asked that the bill be considered for final action at this time.
Assembly Bill 113
Read a third time and concurred in.
Assembly Bill 184
Relating to: a prohibition against using state funds or resources or federal funds to provide or to facilitate the provision of hormonal therapy or sexual reassignment surgery to alter the appearance of a prisoner or forensic patient so that the prisoner or forensic patient appears more like the opposite gender.
Read a second time.
Senator Robson, with unanimous consent, asked that Assembly Bill 184 be placed after Assembly Bill 762 on the calendar.
Assembly Bill 498
Relating to: an income tax and franchise tax credit for property taxes paid on property owned by Goodwill Industries.
Read a second time.
The question was: Adoption of Senate amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 498?
Adopted.
Ordered to a third reading.
Senator Kedzie, with unanimous consent, asked that the bill be considered for final action at this time.
Assembly Bill 498
S490 Read a third time.
The ayes and noes were required and the vote was: ayes, 29; noes, 2; absent or not voting, 2; as follows:
Ayes - Senators Breske, Brown, Carpenter, Coggs, Cowles, Darling, Decker, Ellis, Erpenbach, S. Fitzgerald, Hansen, Harsdorf, Jauch, Kanavas, Kapanke, Kedzie, A. Lasee, Lassa, Lazich, Leibham, Miller, Olsen, Plale, Robson, Roessler, Schultz, Stepp, Taylor and Wirch - 29.
Noes - Senators Grothman and Reynolds - 2.
Absent or not voting - Senators Risser and Zien - 2.
Concurred in.
Senator Roessler, with unanimous consent, asked that she, Senator Risser, and Senator Plale be granted a leave of absence for part of today's session.
Assembly Bill 544
Relating to: automatic fire sprinkler systems in certain residence halls and other student residential facilities and granting rule-making authority.
Read a second time.
Ordered to a third reading.
Senator Kedzie, with unanimous consent, asked that the bill be considered for final action at this time.
Assembly Bill 544
Read a third time and concurred in.
Assembly Bill 593
Relating to: various modifications to housing loan programs and loan guarantee programs, increasing the bonding authority of the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA), and removing limitations on WHEDA's authority to acquire property.
Read a second time.
Ordered to a third reading.
Senator Kedzie, with unanimous consent, asked that the bill be considered for final action at this time.
Assembly Bill 593
Read a third time and concurred in.
Assembly Bill 627
Relating to: electronic voting system standards.
Read a second time.
Senator Reynolds, with unanimous consent, asked that Senate amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 627 be withdrawn and returned to author.
Ordered to a third reading.
Senator Kedzie, with unanimous consent, asked that the bill be considered for final action at this time.
Assembly Bill 627
Read a third time and concurred in.
Assembly Bill 635
Relating to: participation by certain persons who buy potatoes in the Agriculture Producer Security Program and granting rule-making authority.
Read a second time.
Ordered to a third reading.
Senator Schultz, with unanimous consent, asked that the bill be considered for final action at this time.
Assembly Bill 635
Read a third time.
The ayes and noes were required and the vote was: ayes, 29; noes, 1; absent or not voting, 3; as follows:
Ayes - Senators Breske, Brown, Carpenter, Coggs, Cowles, Darling, Decker, Ellis, Erpenbach, S. Fitzgerald, Grothman, Hansen, Harsdorf, Jauch, Kanavas, Kapanke, Kedzie, A. Lasee, Lassa, Lazich, Leibham, Olsen, Plale, Reynolds, Robson, Schultz, Stepp, Taylor and Wirch - 29.
Noes - Senator Miller - 1.
Absent or not voting - Senators Risser, Roessler and Zien - 3.
Concurred in.
Assembly Bill 762
Relating to: exempting from motor carrier regulations certain vehicle combinations operated in intrastate commerce.
Read a second time.
Ordered to a third reading.
Senator Schultz, with unanimous consent, asked that the bill be considered for final action at this time.
Assembly Bill 762
Read a third time and concurred in.
Assembly Bill 184
Relating to: a prohibition against using state funds or resources or federal funds to provide or to facilitate the provision of hormonal therapy or sexual reassignment surgery to alter the appearance of a prisoner or forensic patient so that the prisoner or forensic patient appears more like the opposite gender.
Senate amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 184 offered by Senator Risser.
Senator Kanavas moved that Senate amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 184 be laid on the table.
The question was: Shall Senate amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 184 be laid on the table
Tabled.
Ordered to a third reading.
Senator Kedzie, with unanimous consent, asked that the bill be considered for final action at this time.
Assembly Bill 184
Read a third time and concurred in.
S491 Senator Schultz, with unanimous consent, asked that all action be immediately messaged to the Assembly.
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