Monday, August 31, 2009
Ninety-Ninth Regular Session
Assembly Journal
The Chief Clerk makes the following entries under the above date:
Amendments Offered
Assembly amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 128 offered by Representative Brooks.
Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 228 offered by Representative Sherman.
Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 314 offered by Representative Molepske Jr..
Administrative Rules
Relating to hunting, trapping and wildlife rehabilitation.
Report received from Agency, August 24, 2009.
To committee on Fish and Wildlife .
Referred on August 31, 2009 .
Relating to method of sale of commodities, including method of sale by weight, measure or count.
Report received from Agency, August 13, 2009.
To committee on Agriculture.
Referred on August 27, 2009 .
Relating to the 2009 migratory game bird seasons and waterfowl hunting zones.
Report received from Agency, August 24, 2009.
To committee on Fish and Wildlife .
Referred on August 31, 2009 .
Introduction and Reference
of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
Assembly Bill 402
Relating to: the operation of neighborhood electric vehicles on county trunk highways.
By Representatives A. Ott, Ballweg, Bies, Hilgenberg, Jorgensen, Kaufert, Radcliffe, Sherman and Townsend; cosponsored by Senators A. Lasee, Cowles, S. Fitzgerald, Olsen, Schultz and Holperin.
To committee on Transportation.
Assembly Bill 403
Relating to: local government property insurance fund premiums.
By Representatives Barca, Hubler, Jorgensen, Hixson, Zigmunt, Hilgenberg, Clark, Garthwaite, Seidel, Mason, Staskunas, Kerkman, Berceau, Pope-Roberts, Zepnick, Smith, Dexter, Petrowski, Van Roy, A. Williams, Hraychuck, Fields, Bernard Schaber, Mursau, Turner, Pasch, Shilling, Nygren, Roys, Strachota and Hintz; cosponsored by Senators Vinehout, Lehman, Wirch, Holperin, Hansen, Erpenbach, Harsdorf, Taylor, Carpenter, Coggs, Robson and Grothman.
To committee on Urban and Local Affairs .
Assembly Bill 404
Relating to: prohibiting municipal electric or water utilities from collecting certain utility arrearages from owners of rental properties as property liens.
By Representatives Roth, Montgomery, Nygren, Pridemore and Townsend; cosponsored by Senator Olsen .
To committee on Energy and Utilities .
Assembly Bill 405
Relating to: prohibiting the manufacture and sale of bottles and cups for children that contain bisphenol A, creating labeling requirements, making an appropriation, and providing a penalty.
By Representatives Roys, Mason, Molepske Jr., Benedict, Brooks, Berceau, Hubler, Cullen, Milroy, Pasch, Turner, Black, Jorgensen, Parisi, Steinbrink, Vruwink, Danou, Soletski, Richards, Spanbauer and Clark; cosponsored by Senators Lassa, Carpenter, Kapanke, Hansen, Wirch, Vinehout, Lehman, Robson, Risser and Taylor.
To committee on Consumer Protection .
A357 Assembly Bill 406
Relating to: challenging the ballots of electors at polling places.
By Representatives Kessler, Berceau and Pasch; cosponsored by Senators Coggs, Hansen and Kreitlow.
To committee on Elections and Campaign Reform .
Assembly Bill 407
Relating to: mortgage loan defaults and notification of alternative dispute resolution options.
By Representatives Hraychuck, Dexter, Mason, Clark, Berceau, Molepske Jr., Bernard Schaber, Hixson, Zepnick, Richards and Grigsby; cosponsored by Senators Kreitlow and Hansen.
To committee on Housing.
Assembly Bill 408
Relating to: financial assistance related to bioenergy feedstocks, biorefineries, and conversion to biomass energy; the definition of the term agricultural use for the purpose of determining the assessed value of a parcel of land; requiring a strategic bioenergy feedstock assessment; creation of a bioenergy council; the agricultural and forestry diversification programs; biofuels training assessment; a study of regulatory burdens relating to biofuel production facilities; marketing orders and agreements for bioenergy feedstocks; exempting personal renewable fuel production and use from the motor vehicle fuel tax, the petroleum inspection fee, and business tax registration requirements; an income and franchise tax credit for installing or retrofitting pumps that mix motor vehicle fuels from separate storage tanks; offering gasoline that is not blended with ethanol to motor fuel dealers; state renewable motor vehicle fuels sales goals; required sales of renewable motor vehicle fuels; use of petroleum-based transportation fuels by state vehicles; use of alternative fuels in flex fuel vehicles owned by the state; use of public alternative fuel refueling facilities; duties of the Office of Energy Independence; granting rule-making authority; requiring the exercise of rule-making authority; making appropriations; and providing penalties.
By Joint Legislative Council.
To committee on Renewable Energy and Rural Affairs .