Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 675 offered by committee on Health and Healthcare Reform.
Assembly amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 701 offered by Representative Cullen.
Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 780 offered by committee on Children and Families.
Assembly amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 812 offered by Representative Black.
Assembly amendment 1 to Senate Bill 163 offered by Representative Molepske, Jr..
Administrative Rules
Relating to fees for plan review and inspection of public swimming pools and water attractions and affecting small business.
Report received from Agency, February 24, 2010.
To committee on Public Health.
Referred on March 11, 2010 .
Relating to the financial records matching program.
Report received from Agency, March 5, 2010.
To committee on Financial Institutions .
Referred on March 10, 2010 .
Introduction and Reference
of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
Assembly Joint Resolution 118
Relating to: proclaiming May 14, 15, and 16, 2010, Syttende Mai Weekend.
By Representatives Nerison, Hebl, Tauchen, Roys, Pope-Roberts, Gunderson, Berceau, Townsend, Turner and Jorgensen; cosponsored by Senators Kapanke, Miller, Vinehout, Schultz, Lehman, Plale, Olsen, Taylor, Wirch, Grothman, Risser and Cowles.
To committee on Rules.
Assembly Bill 829
Relating to: applicability of the prevailing wage law to publicly funded private construction projects and to regional transit authorities, the threshold for applicability of that law to a project of public works, the submission to the Department of Workforce Development of payroll records of persons performing work that is subject to that law, the inspection of those records, and the remedies for a violation of that law.
By Representatives M. Williams, Nass, Nygren, Suder, Kestell, Mursau, Meyer, Gottlieb, Davis, Zipperer, Pridemore, Kerkman, Spanbauer, Tauchen, Lothian, A. Ott, Montgomery, Kleefisch, Knodl, LeMahieu, Huebsch, Van Roy, Honadel, Ripp, Roth, Brooks, Murtha, Bies, Gunderson, J. Ott, Vos, Rhoades, Petersen, Strachota, Ballweg, Petrowski, Nerison, Townsend, Newcomer, Friske, Kramer, Gundrum, Vukmir, J. Fitzgerald and Ziegelbauer; cosponsored by Senators Darling, Kedzie, Grothman, Cowles, Schultz, Olsen, Lazich, A. Lasee, Kapanke, Hopper, Leibham, S. Fitzgerald and Kanavas.
To committee on Workforce Development .
Assembly Bill 830
Relating to: the collection of an administrative fee by the county sheriff.
By Representatives Garthwaite, Jorgensen, Berceau, Brooks, Grigsby and Pope-Roberts; cosponsored by Senators Taylor and Schultz.
To committee on Urban and Local Affairs .
Assembly Bill 831
A747 Relating to: prohibiting discrimination against an employee who declines to attend an employer-sponsored meeting or to participate in any communication with the employer or with an agent, representative, or designee of the employer, the primary purpose of which is to communicate the opinion of the employer about religious or political matters.
By Representatives Van Akkeren, Sinicki, Milroy, Berceau, Black, Pope-Roberts, Pasch, Young, Pocan, Turner and Grigsby; cosponsored by Senators Coggs, Hansen, Lassa, Kreitlow, Wirch and Taylor.
To committee on Labor.
Assembly Bill 832
Relating to: maximum amount of funeral and burial expenses under the funeral, burial, and cemetery expenses program.
By Representatives Turner, Barca, Bies, Hubler, Kerkman, Montgomery, Nygren, Sinicki, Soletski, A. Williams, Young and Molepske Jr.; cosponsored by Senators Lehman, Hansen, Kedzie, Lassa, Miller, Taylor and Wirch.
To committee on Urban and Local Affairs .
Assembly Bill 833
Relating to: additional municipal aid payments based on the amount of all municipal aid payments compared to total general fund expenditures and on regional factors and making an appropriation.
By Representatives Smith, Turner, Zigmunt, Jorgensen, Sinicki, Zepnick, Steinbrink, Hraychuck and Vruwink; cosponsored by Senators Plale, Taylor, Lehman, Coggs, Hansen and A. Lasee.
To joint committee on Finance.
Assembly Bill 834
Relating to: comprehensive planning.
By Representatives Hubler and Brooks; cosponsored by Senators Kreitlow and Harsdorf.
To committee on Urban and Local Affairs .
Assembly Bill 835
Relating to: adding a member to the council on veterans programs.
By Representatives Dexter, Suder, Hebl, Berceau, Mason and Petersen; cosponsored by Senators Kreitlow, Taylor and Carpenter.
To committee on Veterans and Military Affairs .
Assembly Bill 836
Relating to: requiring sellers of residential real property and landlords of residential rental property to disclose that methamphetamine has been manufactured on the property.
By Representatives Richards and Berceau; cosponsored by Senators Taylor, Lehman and Coggs.
To committee on Housing.
Assembly Bill 837
Relating to: age restrictions, headgear requirements, and safety certificate requirements regarding the operation of an all-terrain vehicle.
By Representatives Vruwink and Suder; cosponsored by Senators Plale, Holperin, Taylor, Hansen and Grothman.
To committee on Tourism, Recreation and State Properties.
Assembly Bill 838
Relating to: creating a refundable individual income tax credit for property taxes paid on a principal dwelling that is destroyed by a natural or man-made disaster and making an appropriation.
By Representatives Davis, Kerkman, Nerison, Bies, Brooks, Gunderson, Knodl, Lothian, Spanbauer, Townsend and Vos; cosponsored by Senators Schultz and Olsen.
To joint committee on Finance.
Assembly Bill 839
Relating to: the statute of limitations for sexual contact with a child and limits on recovery against the state and local political subdivisions.
By Representative Staskunas .
To committee on Criminal Justice .
Assembly Bill 840
Relating to: the school district revenue limit adjustment for declining enrollment.
By Representatives Hraychuck, Danou, Pope-Roberts, Clark, Zigmunt, Hubler, Pasch, Hilgenberg, Molepske Jr. and Staskunas; cosponsored by Senators Vinehout, Holperin, Kreitlow and Schultz.
To committee on Education.
Assembly Bill 841
Relating to: intoxicated operation of all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles, motorboats, and motor vehicles, the calculation of the amount of moneys to be expended from the snowmobile account in the conservation fund for certain activities relating to snowmobile trails and routes, and providing penalties.
By Representatives Molepske Jr., Milroy, Turner, Hubler, Zigmunt, Staskunas and Clark; cosponsored by Senator Taylor .
To committee on Public Safety.
Assembly Bill 842
Relating to: requiring bittering agents in certain engine coolants and antifreeze and providing a penalty.
By Representatives Sinicki, Benedict, Berceau, Fields, Mason, Milroy, Pope-Roberts and Zepnick; cosponsored by Senators Plale, Miller, Risser, Carpenter, Lassa and Schultz.
To committee on Consumer Protection .
Assembly Bill 843
Relating to: energy conservation standards for the construction of certain buildings, energy and environmental design standards for state buildings, structures, and facilities, energy and environmental design standards for school district facilities and other local government buildings, leasing of state buildings, structures, and facilities, standards for the construction and use of graywater systems, granting rule-making authority, and making an appropriation.
By Representatives Molepske Jr., Mason, Pasch, Roys, Pope-Roberts, Milroy, Sinicki and Berceau; cosponsored by Senators Risser and Schultz.
To committee on Jobs, the Economy and Small Business.
A748 Committee Reports
The committee on Children and Families reports and recommends: