To committee on Rural Issues, Biofuels, and Information Technology.
Senate Bill 118
Relating to: prohibiting an insurer from requiring a certain vendor for repairing a motor vehicle, requiring adjusters to inspect motor vehicle damage, and insurance payments for motor vehicle repair costs.
By Senators Kreitlow, Erpenbach, Wirch, Holperin, Lehman and Cowles; cosponsored by Representatives Shilling, Soletski, Hubler, Van Roy, Kerkman, Hintz, Berceau, Fields, Murtha, Hilgenberg, Young, Mursau, Huebsch, Wood, A. Williams, Zepnick, Spanbauer, Smith, Milroy, Grigsby, Brooks and Lothian.
To committee on Judiciary, Corrections, Insurance, Campaign Finance Reform, and Housing.
Senate Bill 119
Relating to: open burning of solid waste, illegal storage or disposal of waste tires, and providing a penalty.
By Senators Lassa, Lehman and Taylor; cosponsored by Representatives Molepske Jr., Black, Smith, Kerkman, Benedict, Townsend, A. Ott, Clark and Sherman.
To committee on Environment.
Senate Bill 120
Relating to: pleading requirements for assignees of creditors under the Wisconsin Consumer Act.
By Senators Taylor, Lehman, Lassa and Miller; cosponsored by Representatives Hebl, Roys, Colon, A. Ott, Pope-Roberts, Black, Gunderson, Berceau, Townsend, Molepske Jr., Spanbauer, Fields, Hintz and Seidel.
To committee on Small Business, Emergency Preparedness, Technical Colleges, and Consumer Protection.
Senate Bill 121
Relating to: requiring the Center on Education and Work at the University of Wisconsin-Madison to establish a career conversations program.
By Senators Lassa, Taylor, Wirch, Olsen, Darling and Holperin; cosponsored by Representatives Berceau, Sinicki, Richards, Petrowski, A. Ott, Zepnick, Spanbauer, Toles and Townsend.
To committee on Agriculture and Higher Education.
Senate Bill 122
Relating to: notice of intent to remove a child from the home of a relative and review of decisions or orders involving the placement and care of a child placed in the home of a relative.
S102 By Senators Taylor and Lassa; cosponsored by Representatives Grigsby, Young, Turner, Pasch, Fields, A. Williams, Berceau, Ballweg and Sinicki.
To committee on Children and Families and Workforce Development.
Senate Bill 123
Relating to: regulating the transportation of aquatic plants and aquatic animals, the administration of federal funds for the control and eradication of noxious weeds, the placement of vehicles, seaplanes, watercraft, and other objects in navigable waters, the regulation of noxious weeds by municipalities, the disposal of invasive species, providing an exemption from rule-making procedures, requiring the exercise of rule-making authority, and providing a penalty.
By Senators Jauch, Holperin, Lassa, Lehman, Plale, Risser and Sullivan; cosponsored by Representatives Milroy, Pocan, A. Ott, Fields, Hraychuck, Hubler, Richards, Seidel, Sherman, Sinicki, Spanbauer, Staskunas and Steinbrink.
To committee on Environment.
Petitions and Communications
Pursuant to Senate Rule 17 (5), Senator Carpenter added as a cosponsor of Assembly Bill 3 .
State of Wisconsin
Department of Public Instruciton
March 16, 2009
The Honorable, The Senate:
The annual report on the status of the Preschool-to-Grade-Five (P-5) Program has been submitted to the Joint Committee on Finance and is submitted to you for referral to the appropriate standing committees pursuant to s. 115.45 (6)(b) and (c), Wis. Stats.
All P-5 school district evaluation reports for 2007-08 are contained herein, reporting on the academic progress for all schools funded by the p-5 program. If you have any questions, please contact my office or April L. Holland in the DPI Office of Urban Education (414-227-4942).
elizabeth burmaster
State Superintendent
Referred to committee on Education.
Referrals and Receipt of Committee Reports Concerning Proposed Administrative Rules
Relating to technical standards for electronic recording of documents in the County Register of Deeds Offices in Wisconsin.
Submitted by Department of Administration.
Report received from Agency, March 16, 2009.
Referred to committee on Ethics Reform and Government Operations, March 17, 2009 .
The committee on Commerce, Utilities, Energy, and Rail reports and recommends:
Relating to the liquefied gas suppliers, and affecting small businesses.
No action taken.
Jeffrey Plale