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Wednesday, December 6, 2006
Ninety-Seventh Regular Session
STATE OF WISCONSIN
Senate Journal
The Chief Clerk makes the following entries dated Friday , December 1, 2006.
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State of Wisconsin
Revisor of Statutes Bureau
December 1 , 2006
To the Honorable, the Senate:
The following rules have been published:
Clearinghouse Rules Effective Date(s)
02-095 12-1-2006
05-105 12-1-2006
05-116 12-1-2006
05-118 12-1-2006
06-024 12-1-2006
06-028 12-1-2006
06-033 12-1-2006
06-035 12-1-2006
06-044 12-1-2006
06-051 12-1-2006
06-061 12-1-2006
06-062 12-1-2006
06-063 12-1-2006
06-065 12-1-2006
06-071 (part) 12-1-2006
(part) 04-1-2007
06-075 12-1-2006
06-076 12-1-2006
06-087 12-1-2006
06-088 12-1-2006
06-091 12-1-2006
06-095 12-1-2006
Sincerely,
GARY L. POULSON
Deputy Revisor
State of Wisconsin
Senate
The Honorable, the Senate:
I will be appointing Senator Joe Leibham to serve on the Wisconsin Aerospace Authority. His term of service begins effective immediately and will expire on June 30, 2009.
As the author of the legislation creating the Aerospace Authority, his experience and insights will be a tremendous asset. I am confident that Senator Leibham will work to promote the aerospace industry in this state through his service on the Aerospace Authority.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact my office.
Sincerely,
ALAN J. LASEE
Senate President
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Petitions and communications
State of Wisconsin
Department of Administration
November 30, 2006
The Honorable, The Legislature:
This report is transmitted as required by s. 20.002(11)(f), Wisconsin Statutes, (for distribution to the appropriate standing committees under s. 13.172(3), Wisconsin Statutes) and confirms that the Department of Administration has found it necessary to exercise the "temporary reallocation of balances" authority provided by this section in order to meet payment responsibilities and cover resulting negative cash balances during the month of October 2006.
On October 26, 2006, the Medical Assistance Trust Fund cash balance closed at a negative $12.4 million. This negative balance continued through October 31, 2006, when the fund's cash balance closed at a negative $12.0 million. The Medical Assistance Trust Fund cash balance reached its intra-month low of a negative $12.5 million on October 30, 2006. The negative balance was due to the difference in the timing of revenues and expenditures.
On October 26, 2006, the Wisconsin Health Education Loan Repayment Fund cash balance closed at a negative $2 thousand. This negative balance continued through October 31, 2006, when the fund's cash balance closed at a negative $2 thousand. The negative balance was due to the difference in the timing of revenues and expenditures.
On October 26, 2006, the Worker's Compensation Fund cash balance closed at a negative $1.7 million. This negative balance continued through October 31, 2006, when the fund's cash balance closed at a negative $1.7 million. The negative balance was due to the difference in the timing of revenues and expenditures.
The Medical Assistance Trust Fund, Wisconsin Health Education Loan Repayment Fund, and Worker's Compensation Fund shortfalls were not in excess of the statutory interfund borrowing limitations and did not exceed the balances of the funds available for interfund borrowing.
S945 The distribution of interest earnings to investment pool participants is based on the average daily balance in the pool and each fund's share. Therefore, the monthly calculation by the State Controller's Office will automatically reflect the use of these temporary reallocations of balance authority, and as a result, the funds requiring the use of the authority will effectively bear the interest cost.
Sincerely,
Stephen E. Bablitch
Secretary
State of Wisconsin
Department of Health and Family Services
December 1, 2006
The Honorable, The Senate:
The Department of Health and Family Services is pleased to provide you this annual report of the Wisconsin Food Security Consortium's plans to address food insecurity, as required under s. 46.76(4) and (5).
The Wisconsin Food Security Consortium continues making progress in devising strategies to end hunger and food insecurity in Wisconsin. Key steps in 2006 include:
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