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SB40-SSA1,1632,20 20(2) Transfer of supplemental title fees.
SB40-SSA1,1632,2221 (a) No transfer of moneys may be made from the general fund under section
2220.855 (4) (f), 2005 stats., on or after the effective date of this paragraph.
SB40-SSA1,1633,423 (b) If the effective date of this paragraph is after October 1, 2007,
24notwithstanding section 25.40 (3) (a) of the statutes, the secretary of administration

1shall transfer, in fiscal year 2007-08, from the transportation fund to the general
2fund an amount equal to the amount transferred under section 20.855 (4) (f), 2005
3stats., from the general fund to the environmental fund between July 1, 2007, and
4the effective date of this paragraph.
SB40-SSA1,1633,19 5(3) Improvement project to veterans cemetery access road in Washburn
6County.
Notwithstanding limitations on the amount and use of aids provided under
7section 86.31 of the statutes, as affected by this act, or on eligibility requirements for
8receiving aids under section 86.31 of the statutes, as affected by this act, the
9department of transportation shall award a grant of $60,000 in the 2007-09 fiscal
10biennium to the first applicant that is eligible for aid under section 86.31 of the
11statutes and that applies for a grant for the improvement of a road accessing a state
12veterans cemetery in Washburn County. Payment of the grant under this subsection
13shall be made from the appropriation under section 20.395 (2) (ft) of the statutes, as
14affected by this act, before making any other allocation of funds under section 86.31
15(3g), (3m), or (3r) of the statutes, as affected by this act, and is in addition to the
16entitlement, as defined in section 86.31 (1) (ar) of the statutes, or eligibility under
17section 86.31 (3g), (3m), or (3r) of the statutes, as affected by this act, of the recipient
18under this subsection to any other aids under section 86.31 of the statutes, as affected
19by this act.
SB40-SSA1,1634,3 20(4c) Vehicle emissions testing program study and report. The department of
21transportation shall conduct a study of alternative program models for the vehicle
22emissions inspection and maintenance program under section 110.20 of the statutes,
23as affected by this act, which study shall include examining the possibility of remote
24emissions testing and testing performed by certified motor vehicle dealers that
25electronically transmit test results to the department. By May 1, 2008, the

1department shall submit a report summarizing the results of this study to the chief
2clerk of each house of the legislature for distribution to the appropriate standing
3committee dealing with transportation matters in each house of the legislature.
SB40-SSA1,1634,5 4(4m) Study and report regarding routing of state highways in the city of
5Ripon.
SB40-SSA1,1634,7 6(a) The department of transportation shall conduct a study of a proposal to
7reroute the following state highways through the city of Ripon:
SB40-SSA1,1634,8 81. STH 23, on Berlin Road, Oshkosh Street, and Douglas Street.
SB40-SSA1,1634,9 92. STH 44, on CTH "KK" and Douglas Street.
SB40-SSA1,1634,10 103. STH 49, on CTH "KK," Douglas Street, Oshkosh Street, and Berlin Road.
SB40-SSA1,1634,13 11(b) The department of transportation shall prepare a report summarizing the
12results of the study under paragraph (a) and present that report to the joint
13committee on finance by June 30, 2008.
SB40-SSA1,1634,14 14(7c) Impaired motorcycle riding campaign grants.
SB40-SSA1,1634,18 15(a) The department of transportation shall award a grant of $75,000 in each
16fiscal year of the 2007-09 fiscal biennium to a motorcycling organization that is
17composed primarily of motorcycle riders, that includes the promotion of motorcycle
18safety as one of its objectives, and that has statewide membership.
SB40-SSA1,1634,22 19(b) Any grant awarded under paragraph (a) shall be used to conduct a
20"rider-to-rider" campaign to reduce impaired motorcycle riding by educating
21motorcyclists about the dangers of impaired motorcycle riding, with the goal of
22reducing the number of motorcycle accidents, injuries, and fatalities.
SB40-SSA1,1635,2 23(c) After the department of transportation has selected a grant recipient for a
24grant awarded under paragraph (a), the department may not distribute the grant
25funds to the grant recipient until the grant recipient provides to the department a

1proposed budget for use of the grant funds in a manner consistent with paragraph
2(b).
SB40-SSA1,1635,6 3(d) As a condition of receiving grant funds under this subsection, a grant
4recipient shall provide the department of transportation with an audited financial
5statement of its use of the grant funds, prepared in accordance with generally
6accepted accounting principles.
SB40-SSA1,1635,16 7(e) In any highway safety performance plan that the department of
8transportation submits to the federal department of transportation for federal fiscal
9year 2008 and for federal fiscal year 2009, the state department of transportation
10shall include a proposal to spend $75,000, in that portion of each federal fiscal year
11that coincides with the state fiscal year, to fund an impaired motorcycle riding
12campaign, as described in paragraphs (a) to (d). If this proposal is approved by the
13federal department of transportation, any grant awarded under paragraph (a) for
14the fiscal year for which the proposal is approved shall be paid from the
15appropriation account under section 20.395 (5) (dy) of the statutes within 3 months
16of this approval.
SB40-SSA1,1635,21 17(f) If any proposal described in paragraph (e) is not approved by the federal
18department of transportation, any grant awarded under paragraph (a) for the fiscal
19year for which the proposal is not approved shall be paid from the appropriation
20account under section 20.395 (5) (dr) of the statutes, as affected by this act, within
213 months of any disapproval.
SB40-SSA1,1635,24 22(7j) Tourist-oriented directional signs on I 94 in Milwaukee County. (a) In
23this subsection, "Marquette interchange reconstruction project" means the project
24identified in section 84.014 (3) of the statutes.
SB40-SSA1,1636,6
1(b) The department of transportation shall erect and maintain, until the
2completion of the Marquette interchange reconstruction project or until July 1, 2010,
3whichever occurs first, temporary tourist-oriented directional signs at or near the
4location of the Marquette interchange reconstruction project that provide driving
5directions to the attractions specified in section 86.196 (6) of the statutes, as created
6by this act.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9149 7Section 9149. Nonstatutory provisions; Treasurer.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9150 8Section 9150. Nonstatutory provisions; University of Wisconsin
Hospitals and Clinics Authority.
SB40-SSA1,1636,14 9(1f) New members. Notwithstanding section 233.02 (1) (ag) of the statutes, as
10created by this act, of the initial terms of the members of the board of directors of the
11University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Authority appointed under section
12233.02 (1) (ag) of the statutes, as created by this act, one term shall expire on July
131, 2010, one term shall expire on July 1, 2011, and one term shall expire on July 1,
142012.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9151 15Section 9151. Nonstatutory provisions; University of Wisconsin
Hospitals and Clinics Board.
SB40-SSA1,1636,20 16(1f) New members. Notwithstanding section 15.96 (1) (ag) of the statutes, as
17created by this act, of the initial terms of the members of the University of Wisconsin
18Hospitals and Clinics Board appointed under section 15.96 (1) (ag) of the statutes,
19as created by this act, one term shall expire on July 1, 2010, one term shall expire
20on July 1, 2011, and one term shall expire on July 1, 2012.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9152 21Section 9152. Nonstatutory provisions; University of Wisconsin
System.
SB40-SSA1,1637,5
1(1) UW-Milwaukee School of Public Health. Of the moneys appropriated to
2the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System under section 20.285 (1)
3(a) of the statutes for the 2008-09 fiscal year, the board shall allocate $200,000 for
4establishing the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Public Health, but
5only if the board approves the school.
SB40-SSA1,1637,6 6(2k) Tuition and fee remissions.
SB40-SSA1,1637,11 7(a) Notwithstanding section 36.27 (3n) (b) (intro.) and (3p) (b) of the statutes,
8as affected by this act, a graduate student may receive a remission under those
9subsections for the fall 2007 semester and may continue to receive the remission as
10a graduate student in subsequent semesters if the student remains continuously
11enrolled.
SB40-SSA1,1637,15 12(b) Notwithstanding section 36.27 (3p) (bm) 2. of the statutes, as created by this
13act, a student who is a veteran may receive a remission under that subsection for the
14fall 2007 semester and may continue to receive the remission in subsequent
15semesters if the student remains continuously enrolled.
SB40-SSA1,1638,5 16(2u) Wisconsin idea course for Chinese students. Of the moneys
17appropriated to the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System under
18section 20.285 (1) (a) of the statutes, the Board of Regents shall allocate $25,000 for
19fiscal year 2007-08 for the development of a 5-week course to be offered in the
20summer of 2008 for introducing Chinese political, business, and academic leaders
21and practitioners to the Wisconsin Idea, especially as the Wisconsin Idea relates to
22environmental issues in China. The Board of Regents shall prepare a report that
23assesses the environmental, economic, and educational impacts of the course on this
24state and China; recommends whether the course should be continued and, if so, how
25the course may be improved; and assesses how the Wisconsin Idea may be used to

1position the state as a preferred trading partner with China and to position the
2University of Wisconsin as a preferred venue at which to discuss environmental and
3natural resource issues related to China. No later than May 1, 2009, the Board of
4Regents shall submit the report to the appropriate standing committees of the
5legislature in the manner provided under section 13.172 (3) of the statutes.
SB40-SSA1,1638,11 6(2v) Written policies for information technology development projects. No
7later than January 1, 2008, the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin
8System shall submit for review by the joint legislative audit committee and for
9approval by the joint committee on information policy and technology a preliminary
10draft of the policies required under section 36.59 (1) (c) of the statutes, as created by
11this act.
SB40-SSA1,1638,16 12(2w) Rules pertaining to large, high-risk information technology projects.
13The Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System shall submit in proper
14form the rules required under section 36.59 (2) of the statutes, as created by this act,
15to the legislative council staff under section 227.15 (1) of the statutes no later than
16June 30, 2008.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9153 17Section 9153. Nonstatutory provisions; Veterans Affairs.
SB40-SSA1,1638,2218 (1) Payments for outreach for homeless veterans. From the appropriation
19under section 20.485 (2) (am) of the statutes, as created by this act, the department
20of veterans affairs may annually make a payment not to exceed $25,000 to the Center
21for Veteran Issues for the purpose of providing outreach services for homeless
22veterans.
SB40-SSA1,1639,723 (2c) Douglas County veterans health care study. From the appropriation
24under section 20.485 (2) (tm) of the statutes, no later than June 30, 2009, the
25department of veterans affairs shall study the long-term health care needs of the

1veterans population in Douglas County, including the demand for, and feasibility of,
2establishing a rehabilitative care center, in addition to an evaluation of the
3anticipated need for a nursing home or assisted living facility in that area. The
4department of veterans affairs shall use the funding available under this subsection
5to contract for the study. The scope and methodology of the study shall be determined
6by the legislative audit bureau, with the cooperation of the department of veterans
7affairs.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9154 8Section 9154. Nonstatutory provisions; Workforce Development.
SB40-SSA1,1639,99 (1) Transfer to the department of children and families.
SB40-SSA1,1639,1510 (a) Assets and liabilities. On the effective date of this paragraph, the assets and
11liabilities of the department of workforce development that are primarily related to
12the functions of the bureau of Wisconsin Works and child support and the child care
13section of the bureau of workforce programs, as determined by the secretary of
14administration, shall become the assets and liabilities of the department of children
15and families.
SB40-SSA1,1639,1616 (b) Employee transfers.
SB40-SSA1,1639,21 171. The classified positions, and incumbent employees holding positions, in the
18department of workforce development relating primarily to the functions of the
19bureau of Wisconsin Works and child support and the child care section of the bureau
20of workforce programs, as determined by the secretary of administration, are
21transferred to the department of children and families.
SB40-SSA1,1640,15 222. The classified positions, and incumbent employees holding positions, in the
23department of workforce development relating primarily to general administration
24and program support that the secretary of administration determines should be
25transferred are transferred to the department of children and families. Upon

1determination of these employees, the secretary of workforce development shall, in
2conjunction with the secretary of health and family services, by October 1, 2007, and
3submit a plan to the secretary of administration requesting the transfer of moneys
4between the general purpose revenue appropriations for the departments of
5workforce development and health and family services and the department of
6children and families, between the program revenue appropriations for the
7departments of workforce development and health and family services and the
8department of children and families, between the program revenue-service
9appropriations for the departments of workforce development and health and family
10services and the department of children and families, between the appropriations of
11given segregated funds for the departments of workforce development and health
12and family services and the department of children and families, and between the
13federal revenue appropriations for the departments of workforce development and
14health and family services and the department of children and families, if necessary
15to adjust previously allocated costs in accordance with the transfer of personnel.
SB40-SSA1,1640,2116 (c) Employee status. Employees transferred under paragraph (b) shall have the
17same rights and status under subchapter V of chapter 111 and chapter 230 of the
18statutes in the department of children and families that they enjoyed in the
19department of workforce development immediately before the transfer.
20Notwithstanding section 230.28 (4) of the statutes, no employee so transferred who
21has attained permanent status in class is required to serve a probationary period.
SB40-SSA1,1641,222 (d) Tangible personal property. On the effective date of this paragraph, all
23tangible personal property, including records, of the department of workforce
24development that is primarily related to the functions of the bureau of Wisconsin
25Works and child support and the child care section of the bureau of workforce

1programs, as determined by the secretary of administration, shall be transferred to
2the department of children and families.
SB40-SSA1,1641,103 (e) Contracts. All contracts entered into by the department of workforce
4development in effect on the effective date of this paragraph that are primarily
5related to the functions of the bureau of Wisconsin Works and child support and the
6child care section of the bureau of workforce programs, as determined by the
7secretary of administration, remain in effect and are transferred to the department
8of children and families. The department of children and families shall carry out any
9such contractual obligations unless modified or rescinded by the department of
10children and families to the extent allowed under the contract.
SB40-SSA1,1641,2211 (f) Rules and orders. All rules promulgated by the department of workforce
12development that are primarily related to the functions of the bureau of Wisconsin
13Works and child support and the child care section of the bureau of workforce
14programs, as determined by the secretary of administration, and that are in effect
15on the effective date of this paragraph remain in effect until their specified expiration
16dates or until amended or repealed by the department of children and families. All
17orders issued by the department of workforce development that are primarily related
18to the functions of the bureau of Wisconsin Works and child support and the child
19care section of the bureau of workforce programs, as determined by the secretary of
20administration, and that are in effect on the effective date of this paragraph remain
21in effect until their specified expiration dates or until modified or rescinded by the
22department of children and families.
SB40-SSA1,1642,523 (g) Pending matters. Any matter pending with the department of workforce
24development on the effective date of this paragraph that is primarily related to the
25functions of the bureau of Wisconsin Works and child support and the child care

1section of the bureau of workforce programs, as determined by the secretary of
2administration, is transferred to the department of children and families and all
3materials submitted to or actions taken by the department of workforce development
4with respect to the pending matter are considered as having been submitted to or
5taken by the department of children and families.
SB40-SSA1,1642,7 6(3k) Transfer of employee under food stamp employment and training
7program.
SB40-SSA1,1642,12 8(a) Position and employee transfer. There is transferred from the department
9of workforce development to the department of health and family services 1.0 FTE
10classified position, and the incumbent employee or employees holding the position,
11relating primarily to the administration of the food stamp employment and training
12program, as determined by the secretary of administration.
SB40-SSA1,1642,18 13(b) Employee status. Employees transferred under paragraph (a) shall have the
14same rights and status under subchapter V of chapter 111 and chapter 230 of the
15statutes in the department of health and family services that they enjoyed in the
16department of workforce development immediately before the transfer.
17Notwithstanding section 230.28 (4) of the statutes, no employee so transferred who
18has attained permanent status in class is required to serve a probationary period.
SB40-SSA1,1642,23 19(4k) Grant to Racine Young Women's Christian Association. From the
20appropriation under section 20.445 (3) (e) of the statutes, as created by this act, the
21department of workforce development shall make a grant of $25,000 in fiscal year
222007-08 to the Racine Young Women's Christian Association for start-up costs for
23a job skills training program.
SB40-SSA1,1643,6 24(5k) Grant to Racine County Workforce Development Board. From the
25appropriation account under section 20.445 (1) (fr) of the statutes, as created by this

1act, the department of workforce development shall distribute $25,000 in fiscal year
22007-08 to the Racine County Workforce Development Board for the development
3of a comprehensive community-wide workforce development plan that addresses
4the specific challenges faced in Racine County, including the need to prepare a highly
5skilled and educated workforce that meets employer needs, so as to enhance the
6economic viability of Racine County.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9155 7Section 9155. Nonstatutory provisions; other.
SB40-SSA1,1643,21 8(1m) Indian child high-cost out-of-home care placement funding.
9Notwithstanding section 16.54 (12) (b) of the statutes, as affected by Section 95 of
10this act, and section 48.567 (1) and (2) of the statutes, as created by this act, in fiscal
11year 2008-09 the department of children and families may expend not more than
12$500,000 in moneys received in fiscal year 2006-07 or 2007-08 and credited to the
13appropriation accounts under section 20.437 (3) (mm) or (mp) of the statutes, as
14created by this act, less any moneys expended under section 9121 (1m) of this act for
15unexpected or unusually high-cost out-of-home care placements of Indian children
16by tribal courts. The department of children and families may expend moneys under
17this subsection only if that department determines in light of overall child welfare
18needs and after paying federal disallowances under section 20.437 (3) (mm) of the
19statutes, as created by this act, that there are sufficient moneys in the appropriation
20accounts under section 20.437 (3) (mm) and (mp) of the statutes, as created by this
21act, to expend for that purpose.
SB40-SSA1,1643,2422 (5a) Local purchases and projects. The amounts, grantees, and purposes of
23the purchases and projects funded under section 16.40 (24) of the statutes, as created
24by this act, are as follows:
SB40-SSA1,1644,3
1(a) The sum of $15,000 to the Resch Aquatic Center in the city of Green Bay to
2assist with the costs associated with furnishings including, lockers for the center's
3lifeguards or construction of a concrete apron for spectators, or both.
SB40-SSA1,1644,64 (b) The sum of $10,000 to the town of Pensaukee, Oconto County, to purchase
5furnishings, including historical photographs and frames, conference furniture,
6desks, and chairs, for the town hall.
SB40-SSA1,1644,87 (c) The sum of $25,000 to the city of Sun Prairie to be used for the design and
8construction of a handicapped-accessible playground in Firemen's Park.
SB40-SSA1,1644,119 (d) The sum of $12,500 to the Southside Organizing Committee in the city of
10Milwaukee for the purchase of a laptop computer and projector, a portable sound
11system with 4 wireless microphones, and translating equipment for 15 individuals.
SB40-SSA1,1644,1412 (e) The sum of $10,000 to Greater New Birth, Inc., in the city of Milwaukee to
13assist with the costs of a project to address child safety and violence reduction
14programing.
SB40-SSA1,1644,22 15(5k) Report by department of children and families. Notwithstanding the
16requirement under section 49.32 (1) (a) of the statutes, as affected by this act, for
17reporting the number of children placed for adoption by the department of children
18and families and costs to the state relating to the adoptions during the previous year,
19for the report due by March 1, 2009, the department of children and families shall
20report the number of children placed for adoption by both the department of children
21and families and the department of health and family services during 2008 and the
22costs to the state relating to all those adoptions.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9201 23Section 9201. Fiscal changes; Administration.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9202 24Section 9202. Fiscal changes; Aging and Long-Term Care Board.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9203
1Section 9203. Fiscal changes; Agriculture, Trade and Consumer
Protection.
SB40-SSA1,1645,52 (1) Transfer from agricultural chemical cleanup fund for food regulation.
3There is transferred from the agricultural chemical cleanup fund to the
4appropriation account under section 20.115 (1) (gb) of the statutes $250,000 in fiscal
5year 2007-08 and $100,000 in fiscal year 2008-09.
SB40-SSA1,1645,96 (2) Transfer from agricultural chemical cleanup fund for animal health
7regulation.
There is transferred from the agricultural chemical cleanup fund to the
8appropriation account under section 20.115 (2) (ha) of the statutes $125,000 in fiscal
9year 2007-08 and $125,000 in fiscal year 2008-09.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9204 10Section 9204. Fiscal changes; Arts Board.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9205 11Section 9205. Fiscal changes; Building Commission.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9206 12Section 9206. Fiscal changes; Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention
Board.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9207 13Section 9207. Fiscal changes; Circuit Courts.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9208 14Section 9208. Fiscal changes; Commerce.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9209 15Section 9209. Fiscal changes; Corrections.
SB40-SSA1,1645,16 16(1f) Juvenile correctional services transfer.
SB40-SSA1,1646,5 17(a) Subject to paragraph (b), if notwithstanding sections 16.50 (2), 16.52, 20.002
18(11), and 20.903 of the statutes there is a deficit in the appropriation account under
19section 20.410 (3) (hm), 2005 stats., at the close of fiscal year 2006-07, any
20unencumbered balance in the appropriation account under section 20.410 (3) (ho),
212005 stats., at the close of fiscal year 2006-07, less the amounts required under that
22paragraph to be remitted to counties or transferred to the appropriation account
23under section 20.410 (3) (kx) of the statutes, and any unencumbered balance in the

1appropriation account under section 20.410 (3) (hr), 2005 stats., at the close of fiscal
2year 2006-07, shall be transferred to the appropriation account under section 20.410
3(3) (hm) of the statutes, as affected by Section 324g of this act, except that the total
4amount of the unencumbered balances transferred under this paragraph may not
5exceed the amount of that deficit.
SB40-SSA1,1646,13 6(b) If the deficit specified in paragraph (a) is less than the total amount of the
7unencumbered balances available for transfer under paragraph (a), the total amount
8transferred from the appropriation accounts under section 20.410 (3) (ho) and (hr),
92005 stats., to the appropriation account under section 20.410 (3) (hm) of the
10statutes, as affected by Section 324g of this act, under paragraph (a) shall equal the
11amount of that deficit and the amount transferred from each of those appropriation
12accounts shall be in proportion to the respective unencumbered balance available for
13transfer from each of those appropriation accounts.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9210 14Section 9210. Fiscal changes; Court of Appeals.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9211 15Section 9211. Fiscal changes; District Attorneys.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9212 16Section 9212. Fiscal changes; Educational Communications Board.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9214 17Section 9214. Fiscal changes; Employee Trust Funds.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9215 18Section 9215. Fiscal changes; Employment Relations Commission.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9217 19Section 9217. Fiscal changes; Financial Institutions.
SB40-SSA1,1647,2 20(1j) Delayed lapse. Notwithstanding section 20.144 (1) (g) of the statutes, as
21affected by the acts of 2007, from the amounts required to be lapsed to the general
22fund under section 20.144 (1) (g) of the statutes, as affected by the acts of 2007, at
23the close of the 2007-08 fiscal year, the department of financial institutions shall
24retain in that appropriation account the lesser of the unencumbered balance in the
25account or $20,000,000 and shall lapse from that appropriation account the lesser of

1the unencumbered balance in the account or $20,000,000 to the general fund on July
231, 2008.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9218 3Section 9218. Fiscal changes; Fox River Navigational System
Authority.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9218m 4Section 9218m. Fiscal changes; Government Accountability Board.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9219 5Section 9219. Fiscal changes; Governor.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9220 6Section 9220. Fiscal changes; Health and Educational Facilities
Authority.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9221 7Section 9221. Fiscal changes; Health and Family Services.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9222 8Section 9222. Fiscal changes; Higher Educational Aids Board.
SB40-SSA1, s. 9223 9Section 9223. Fiscal changes; Historical Society.
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