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Vacancies - None.
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Leaves of Absence
Representative Barca asked unanimous consent for a leave of absence for today's session for Representatives Fields and Van Akkeren. Granted.
Representative Suder asked unanimous consent for a leave of absence for today's session for Representative M. Williams. Granted.
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Amendments Offered
Assembly substitute amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 78 offered by Representative Kessler.
Assembly amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 102 offered by committee on Labor.
Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 176 offered by committee on Children and Families.
Assembly amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 176 offered by committee on Children and Families.
Assembly amendment 3 to Assembly Bill 176 offered by committee on Children and Families.
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Administrative Rules
Relating to a wear and fatigue monitoring system and a device that protects against suspension loss for electric traction elevators that use smaller sized wire ropes.
Report received from Agency, April 8, 2009.
To committee on Consumer Protection .
Referred on April 22, 2009 .
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Introduction and Reference
of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
Assembly Joint Resolution 48
Relating to: Proclaiming May 2, 2009, as Pediatric Stroke Awareness Day.
By Representatives Knodl, Kerkman, Berceau, Pope-Roberts, Townsend and Spanbauer; cosponsored by Senators Darling, Taylor, Miller and Lehman.
To committee on Rules.
Assembly Joint Resolution 49
Relating to: the life and military service of United States Army Sergeant Steven J. Christofferson.
A137 By Representative Sinicki ; cosponsored by Senator Plale .
To committee on Rules.
Assembly Bill 223
Relating to: the right to a trial by jury for a juvenile for whom the petitioner has reserved the right to recommend placement in the Serious Juvenile Offender Program or in a juvenile correctional facility beyond the age of majority.
By Representatives Kessler, Roys, Pasch, Turner and Berceau; cosponsored by Senators Taylor and Lehman.
To committee on Corrections and the Courts .
Assembly Bill 224
Relating to: the reimbursement rate for private attorneys appointed by the State Public Defender.
By Representatives Kessler, A. Williams, Colon, Mason, Richards, Sinicki and Hebl.
To committee on Judiciary and Ethics .
Assembly Bill 225
Relating to: mandatory minimum sentences for certain child sex offenses.
By Representatives Honadel, Vos, Suder, Brooks, Gunderson, Kerkman, Kleefisch, Knodl, LeMahieu, Lothian, Murtha, Nass, Nygren, Petrowski, Spanbauer, Strachota and Townsend; cosponsored by Senators Plale, Darling, Hopper, Kreitlow, Leibham and Olsen.
To committee on Corrections and the Courts .
Assembly Bill 226
Relating to: increases in undergraduate resident tuition and nonallocable segregated fees at the University of Wisconsin System.
By Representatives Nass, Murtha, Kramer, Kerkman, Lothian, LeMahieu, Petrowski, Bies, Vukmir, Roth, Spanbauer, Vos, Knodl, Nerison, Townsend, Suder, Nygren and A. Ott; cosponsored by Senators Grothman, A. Lasee and Olsen.
To committee on Colleges and Universities .
Assembly Bill 227
Relating to: directing the Pharmacy Examining Board to create a program to monitor the dispensing of prescription drugs and requiring the exercise of rule-making authority.
By Representatives Sherman, Townsend, Benedict, Berceau and Hebl; cosponsored by Senators Jauch, Risser, Olsen, Darling, Carpenter and Taylor.
To committee on Public Health.
Assembly Bill 228
Relating to: awarding state procurements to certified disabled veteran-owned businesses, providing an exemption from emergency rule procedures, and requiring the exercise of rule-making authority.
By Representatives Sherman, Turner, Hilgenberg, J. Ott, Petrowski, Berceau, Jorgensen, Pope-Roberts, Richards, Shilling and Smith; cosponsored by Senators Kreitlow, Lehman, Taylor and Vinehout.
To committee on Veterans and Military Affairs .
Assembly Bill 229
Relating to: the sale of home-canned food.
By Representatives Sherman, Berceau, Turner, Milroy, Townsend, Mason, A. Ott, Jorgensen, Gunderson, Spanbauer, Ballweg and Petrowski; cosponsored by Senators Taylor, Lehman, Olsen, Holperin, Schultz, Lassa, Harsdorf and Plale.
To committee on Agriculture.
Assembly Bill 230
Relating to: electronic access by law enforcement agencies to photographs on motor vehicle operators licenses and identification cards.
By Representatives Hraychuck, Rhoades, Shilling, Montgomery, Brooks, Berceau, Van Akkeren, Danou, Gottlieb, LeMahieu, Townsend, Huebsch, Pridemore, Lothian, Gundrum, A. Ott, Jorgensen, Spanbauer, Steinbrink, Dexter, Kaufert, Murtha, Ripp and Bies; cosponsored by Senators Lehman, Olsen, Harsdorf, Leibham, Schultz, Darling and A. Lasee.
To committee on Transportation.
Assembly Bill 231
Relating to: the time within which a complaint may be filed or a civil action may be brought alleging a violation of the family and medical leave law and the procedures governing an appeal of a determination of the Department of Workforce Development under that law.
By Representatives Molepske Jr., Nass, Mason, Berceau, A. Ott, Parisi, A. Williams, Townsend and Lothian; cosponsored by Senators Lassa, Lehman and Taylor.
To committee on Workforce Development .
Assembly Bill 232
Relating to: duties upon striking a person or an attended or occupied vehicle and providing a penalty.
By Representatives Bies, Kaufert, Lothian, Mursau, Nass, Nerison, Petrowski, Spanbauer, Suder, Townsend and Zepnick; cosponsored by Senators A. Lasee, Lassa, Darling and Olsen.
To committee on Criminal Justice .
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Committee Reports
The committee on Children and Families reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 176
Relating to: requiring certain vehicles that transport children to and from a child care provider to have child safety alarms installed, granting rule-making authority, extending the time limit for emergency rule procedures, providing an exemption from emergency rule procedures, and providing a penalty.
Assembly Amendment 1 adoption:
Ayes: 7 - Representatives Grigsby, Seidel, Pope-Roberts, Berceau, Kestell, Pridemore and Spanbauer.
Noes: 0.
A138 Assembly Amendment 2 adoption:
Ayes: 7 - Representatives Grigsby, Seidel, Pope-Roberts, Berceau, Kestell, Pridemore and Spanbauer.
Noes: 0.
Assembly Amendment 3 adoption:
Ayes: 7 - Representatives Grigsby, Seidel, Pope-Roberts, Berceau, Kestell, Pridemore and Spanbauer.
Noes: 0.
Passage as amended:
Ayes: 7 - Representatives Grigsby, Seidel, Pope-Roberts, Berceau, Kestell, Pridemore and Spanbauer.
Noes: 0.
To committee on Rules.
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