2009 - 2010 LEGISLATURE
ASSEMBLY AMENDMENT 63,
TO ASSEMBLY SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT 1,
TO 2009 ASSEMBLY BILL 75
June 11, 2009 - Offered by Representative Strachota.
(a) General purpose revenue funds general program
Biennially, the amounts in the schedule to be used to supplement 6
appropriations of the general fund which prove insufficient because of unforeseen 7
emergencies or which prove insufficient to accomplish the purposes for which made, 8
to be used to make loans to appropriations from the general or any segregated fund 9
as provided in s. 13.101 (4m) and to provide money for the contract under 2009
10Wisconsin Act .... (this act), section 9128 (2q)
and miscellaneous expense of the joint 11
committee on finance not to exceed $250. All loans from this appropriation when 12
repaid shall be credited to this appropriation if repaid during the biennium in which
the loan is made. All loans from this appropriation not repaid during the biennium 2
in which the loan is made shall be general purpose revenues-earned. The governor 3
may under this paragraph allot sums not in excess of $1,000 to any department or 4
agency when necessary, without a meeting of the joint committee on finance. All 5
allotments made under this paragraph by the governor shall be certified by him or 6
her to the department of administration, and expenditures therefrom shall be shown 7
in the state budget report as an additional cost of the state agency to which such 8
allotments were made.".
11227.112 Rule making related to increased costs or regulatory burdens. 12(1)
In this section:
(a) "Health care facility" has the meaning given in s. 150.84 (2).
(b) "Imminent threat to the public health or safety" means the existence of a 15
condition, circumstance, or practice that would cause death, serious illness, or severe 16
injury to a person or adversely affect the ability of a health care facility to provide 17
(c) "Regulatory board" means a board created under s. 15.405 or 15.406.
(a) Except as provided in sub. (3), no agency may promulgate a rule that 20
increases costs or regulatory burdens on the persons affected by the rule or that does 21
not reduce the regulatory burden on those persons.
(b) Paragraph (a) does not apply if a regulatory board makes all of the following 23
findings regarding a proposed rule and provides evidence supporting those findings 24
at the public hearing under s. 227.16:
1. The monetary benefits to persons subject to the proposed rule substantially 2
outweigh the costs to those persons.
2. The proposed rule is necessary to allow the regulatory board to administer 4
existing statutory requirements or rules.
Subsection (2) does not apply to a rule that is promulgated for any of the 6
(a) To avoid a violation of a court order or a federal law that would result in 8
sanctions by the court or federal government.
(b) To prevent an imminent threat to public health or safety.
(c) To fulfill an obligation related to fees, rates, penalties, or rules that are 11
expressly stated in the Wisconsin Constitution.
This section does not apply to rules that are first effective on the first day 13
of the 24th month beginning after the effective date of this subsection .... [LRB 14
From the appropriation under section 20.865 (4) (a) of the statutes, the 17
joint committee on fiance shall contract with the Wisconsin Technology Council for 18
a study of Wisconsin's regulatory climate and whether that climate impedes job 19
creation. The contact shall provide $25,000 for the study and shall require the 20
Wisconsin Technology Council to submit the results of the study to the members of 21
the joint committee on finance by December 31, 2010.".