Assembly amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 682 offered by Representative Suder.
Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 717 offered by Representative Hines.
Assembly substitute amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 781 offered by Representative Wood.
Introduction and Reference
of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
Assembly Joint Resolution 98
Relating to: opposing a federal mandate requiring the suspension or revocation of driver's licenses in all circumstances where a person has been convicted of a drug or other controlled substances violation and exercising the state's option to opt out of this federal mandate.
By Representatives Grigsby, Fields, Kessler, Mason, Parisi, Sinicki, Toles, Turner, A. Williams, Young and Colon; cosponsored by Senators Taylor and Miller.
To committee on Transportation .
Assembly Bill 786
Relating to: creating a nonrefundable individual income tax credit for the purchase of gluten-free food.
By Representatives Shilling and Albers.
To committee on Ways and Means .
Assembly Bill 787
Relating to: psychological evaluations for law enforcement officers, providing an exemption from emergency rule procedures, and requiring the exercise of rule-making authority.
By Representatives Hraychuck, Bies, Black, Gunderson, Hahn, Mursau, A. Ott, Sheridan, Sinicki, Turner, Vruwink, Zepnick and Ziegelbauer; cosponsored by Senators Hansen, A. Lasee and Lehman.
To committee on Corrections and Courts .
Assembly Bill 788
Relating to: creating an exception to local levy limits for certain fire protection services.
By Representatives Vruwink, Schneider, Smith and Ballweg.
To committee on Ways and Means .
Assembly Bill 789
Relating to: the total amount of airport development zone and technology zone tax credits.
By Representatives Wood, Moulton, Van Roy, M. Williams, Musser, Hahn, Townsend, Suder, Davis, Newcomer, Mursau, Nygren, Albers, F. Lasee, Gunderson and Murtha; cosponsored by Senators Kreitlow, Hansen, Harsdorf, Schultz and Olsen.
To committee on Jobs and The Economy .
Assembly Bill 790
Relating to: conditions of extended supervision, probation, and parole for persons convicted of certain sex offenses.
By Representatives Stone, Kleefisch, Sinicki, Kerkman, Zepnick, Owens, Smith, Murtha, Albers, Musser, Kramer, Gunderson, Nass, Petrowski, Hahn, Townsend, J. Ott and Wood; cosponsored by Senators Lassa, Lazich, Grothman and Darling.
A498 To committee on Criminal Justice .
Assembly Bill 791
Relating to: Internet access restrictions on certain sex offenders, information provided by a person required to register as a sex offender, providing a penalty, and making an appropriation.
By Representatives Davis, Kleefisch, Suder, Gunderson, LeMahieu, Mursau, Musser, Kerkman, Owens, A. Ott and Townsend; cosponsored by Senators Roessler and Schultz.
To committee on Criminal Justice .
Assembly Bill 792
Relating to: increasing fees at technical colleges for collegiate transfer programs.
By Representatives Jeskewitz, Bies and Gunderson; cosponsored by Senator Plale .
To committee on Colleges and Universities .
Assembly Bill 793
Relating to: treatment records and patient health care records.
By Representatives Moulton, Hixson, Davis, Benedict, Sheridan, Petersen, Wood, Musser, Owens, Van Roy, Bies, Ballweg, Strachota, Newcomer, Molepske, Nerison, Kerkman, A. Ott, Seidel, M. Williams, Turner, Shilling, Townsend, Hines, Pope-Roberts, Mursau, Jorgensen, Hintz, Kestell, Wieckert, Richards and Murtha; cosponsored by Senators Erpenbach, Darling, Schultz, Robson, Decker, Olsen, Lehman, Vinehout, Lassa, Kreitlow, Wirch, Risser, Hansen, Sullivan and Jauch.
To committee on Public Health .
Committee Reports
The committee on Judiciary and Ethics reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 468
Relating to: notaries public who are not attorneys and providing penalties.
Ayes: 10 - Representatives Suder, Kramer, Friske, Kerkman, Kleefisch, Pridemore, Staskunas, Hintz, Turner and Kessler.
Noes: 0.
To committee on Rules.
Assembly Bill 695
Relating to: John Doe proceedings.
Assembly Amendment 1 adoption:
Ayes: 10 - Representatives Suder, Kramer, Friske, Kerkman, Kleefisch, Pridemore, Staskunas, Hintz, Turner and Kessler.
Noes: 0.
Passage as amended:
Ayes: 9 - Representatives Suder, Kramer, Friske, Kerkman, Kleefisch, Pridemore, Staskunas, Hintz and Turner.
Noes: 1 - Representative Kessler.
To committee on Rules.
Scott Suder
Committee on Judiciary and Ethics
Message from the Senate
From: Robert J. Marchant, Senate Chief Clerk.
Mr. Speaker:
I am directed to inform you that the Senate has
Passed and asks concurrence in:
Senate Bill 403
Action on the Senate Message
Senate Bill 403
Relating to: the property tax exemption for low-income housing.
By Senators Taylor, Coggs, Plale, Breske and Decker; cosponsored by Representatives Gottlieb, Grigsby, Albers, Davis, Fields, Hahn, Honadel, Montgomery, Stone, Townsend, Turner, Young, Van Roy and Rhoades.
To committee on Urban and Local Affairs.
Executive Communications
State of Wisconsin
Office of the Governor
February 8, 2008
To the Honorable Members of the Assembly:
The following bills, originating in the Assembly, have been approved, signed and deposited in the office of the Secretary of State:
Bill Number   Act Number   Date Approved
Assembly Bill 75   46   February 8, 2008
Assembly Bill 181   47   February 8, 2008
Assembly Bill 239   48   February 8, 2008
Assembly Bill 454   50   February 8, 2008
Assembly Bill 296   51   February 8, 2008
Assembly Bill 295   52   February 8, 2008