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Assembly substitute amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 159 offered by joint committee on Finance.
Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 219 offered by Representative Clark.
Assembly amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 288 offered by Representative Molepske Jr.
Assembly amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 408 offered by committee on Renewable Energy and Rural Affairs.
Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 453 offered by committee on Children and Families.
Assembly amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 453 offered by committee on Children and Families.
Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 510 offered by committee on Children and Families.
Assembly substitute amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 525 offered by Representative Nygren.
A468 Assembly amendment 1 to Senate Bill 190 offered by Representative Molepske Jr..
Assembly amendment 2 to Senate Bill 190 offered by committee on Jobs, the Economy and Small Business.
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Introduction and Reference
of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
Assembly Resolution 15
Relating to: requesting the participation of the attorney general as amicus curiae in certain cases before the United States Supreme Court.
By Representatives Hraychuck, Danou, Townsend, Petersen, Jorgensen, LeMahieu, Huebsch, Nygren, Meyer, Vos, Tauchen, Davis, Vruwink, Vukmir, Gunderson, Van Roy, J. Ott, Bies and M. Williams.
To committee on Rules.
Assembly Joint Resolution 92
Relating to: recognizing the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and the symbolic end of the Cold War.
By Representatives J. Fitzgerald, Tauchen, Ziegelbauer, Pridemore, Vukmir, Ballweg, Kerkman, Suder, Vos, Newcomer, Mursau, Strachota, Bies, Townsend, Meyer, Knodl, Lothian, Kestell, LeMahieu, Gunderson, Gottlieb, Petrowski, Clark, Davis, A. Ott and M. Williams; cosponsored by Senator S. Fitzgerald .
To committee on Rules.
Assembly Bill 530
Relating to: managed forest land being converted to agricultural land.
By Representatives Radcliffe and Danou.
To committee on Agriculture.
Assembly Bill 531
Relating to: the exception to the assessment of withdrawal taxes and fees against a landowner who transfers ownership of managed forest land for siting a public safety communications tower.
By Representatives Hubler, Turner, Montgomery, Ziegelbauer, Petersen, Bies, Mursau, Zepnick, Kestell and Brooks; cosponsored by Senators Jauch, Lassa, Taylor and Schultz.
To committee on Forestry.
Assembly Bill 532
Relating to: directing the Department of Commerce to award grants to community development corporations to establish capital access programs, providing an exemption from emergency rule procedures, requiring the exercise of rule-making authority, and making an appropriation.
By Representatives Barca, Jorgensen, Fields, Seidel, Staskunas, Hraychuck, Zigmunt, Soletski, Sinicki, Young, Roys, Clark, Vruwink, Turner, Steinbrink, Garthwaite and Hixson; cosponsored by Senators Holperin, Wirch and Taylor.
To committee on Jobs, the Economy and Small Business.
Assembly Bill 533
Relating to: using the results of standardized examinations to evaluate teachers and requiring the development of a teacher evaluation plan to be a mandatory subject of collective bargaining.
By Representatives Pope-Roberts, Dexter, Sinicki and Hixson.
To committee on Education.
Assembly Bill 534
Relating to: authorizing the state superintendent of public instruction to direct a school district to implement a new curriculum or instructional design, make personnel changes, or adopt accountability measures, and requiring the exercise of rule-making authority.
By Representatives Pope-Roberts, Dexter, Sinicki and Hixson.
To committee on Education.
Assembly Bill 535
Relating to: establishing or contracting for the establishment of a charter school.
By Representatives Pope-Roberts, Dexter and Sinicki.
To committee on Education.
Assembly Bill 536
Relating to: authorizing the Department of Public Instruction, the University of Wisconsin System, the Technical College System, and the Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities to study each other's education programs, requiring a written agreement concerning such studies, and requiring the establishment of a longitudinal data system of student data.
By Representatives Pope-Roberts, Dexter, Sinicki and Hixson.
To committee on Education.
Assembly Bill 537
Relating to: grants for improving academic achievement.
By Representatives Pope-Roberts, Dexter, Sinicki and Hixson.
To committee on Education.
Assembly Bill 538
Relating to: awarding grants to school districts for pupil academic achievement, allowing the results of pupil examinations to be used to evaluate teacher performance, and making an appropriation.
By Representatives Davis, Montgomery, Vukmir, Ballweg, Bies, Gunderson, Huebsch, Knodl, LeMahieu, Lothian, Newcomer, J. Ott, Tauchen, Townsend and Vos; cosponsored by Senators Darling, Lazich and A. Lasee.
To committee on Education.
Assembly Bill 539
A469 Relating to: disclosure of information by health care providers, insurers, and governmental self-insured plans; requiring acceptance by a health care provider of a payment amount in certain circumstances; and requiring the exercise of rule-making authority.
By Representatives Vukmir, Kramer, Tauchen, Kerkman, Townsend, Davis, Strachota, Knodl, Murtha, Ripp, Gunderson, Vos, Bies, LeMahieu, Petrowski, Honadel, Nass, Nygren, Van Roy, M. Williams, Suder, J. Ott, Pridemore, Kleefisch, Rhoades, Zipperer, Brooks, Petersen, Lothian, Spanbauer, Huebsch, Newcomer, Montgomery, Nerison, A. Ott, Stone and Kestell; cosponsored by Senators Kanavas, Darling, Hopper, A. Lasee, Schultz and Grothman.
To committee on Health and Healthcare Reform .
Assembly Bill 540
Relating to: allowing out-of-state insurers to offer health care plans that are exempt from certain laws to employers and individuals in this state.
By Representatives Vukmir, J. Fitzgerald, Nygren, Vos, Strachota, Lothian, Kramer, Honadel, Ballweg, LeMahieu, Bies, Zipperer, Gunderson, M. Williams, Pridemore, Knodl, Murtha, Suder, Davis, Petersen, Kerkman, Ziegelbauer, Brooks, Nerison, Van Roy, Townsend and Nass; cosponsored by Senators Darling, Hopper, Kanavas, Lazich and Schultz.
To committee on Health and Healthcare Reform .
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Committee Reports
The committee on Children and Families reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 453
Relating to: the statute of limitations for sexual contact with a child.
Passage:
Ayes: 6 - Representatives Grigsby, Seidel, Pope-Roberts, Sinicki, Berceau and Spanbauer.
Noes: 2 - Representatives Kestell and Pridemore.
To committee on Rules.
Assembly Bill 485
Relating to: required judicial findings and orders when a child is placed outside the home, termination of parental rights warnings, mandatory child abuse or neglect reporters, the confidentiality of social services records, changing from day care to child care the term used to describe care and supervision for children for less than 24 hours a day, and renumbering the definition of neglect.
Passage:
Ayes: 8 - Representatives Grigsby, Seidel, Pope-Roberts, Sinicki, Berceau, Kestell, Pridemore and Spanbauer.
Noes: 0.
To committee on Rules.
Assembly Bill 486
Relating to: requiring consultation with a child in determining and reviewing his or her permanency plan; requiring agencies, in making reasonable efforts to place a child in a permanent placement, to include efforts to place the child outside this state; requiring juvenile courts to take certain actions to expedite the interstate placement of children; requiring juvenile courts to give a child's out-of-home care provider the right to be heard in proceedings involving the child; requiring notice to relatives when a child is removed from the home; requiring reasonable efforts to place siblings together or to provide for visitation between siblings; requiring agencies to assist children in developing a plan for transition to independent living; requiring health care providers to report cases of infants with controlled substances in their bodily fluids to the agency responsible for investigating suspected child abuse or neglect; authorizing circuit court commissioners to conduct permanency plan reviews and hearings; specifying certain placements for purposes of calculating how long a child has been placed outside the home for purposes of filing a termination of parental rights petition; and permitting disclosure of information to a relative of a child for purposes of facilitating placement of the child with the relative or to a public or private agency in this state or any other state for purposes of investigating a proposed foster or adoptive placement.
Assembly Amendment 2 adoption:
Ayes: 8 - Representatives Grigsby, Seidel, Pope-Roberts, Sinicki, Berceau, Kestell, Pridemore and Spanbauer.
Noes: 0.
Passage as amended:
Ayes: 8 - Representatives Grigsby, Seidel, Pope-Roberts, Sinicki, Berceau, Kestell, Pridemore and Spanbauer.
Noes: 0.
To committee on Rules.
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