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Tuesday, August 11, 2009
Ninety-Ninth Regular Session
STATE OF WISCONSIN
Senate Journal
The Chief Clerk makes the following entries under the above date.
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Chief Clerk's Entries
Bills Presented to the Governor
The Chief Clerk records:
Senate Bill 112
Senate Bill 167
Presented to the Governor on 8-6-2009.
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The Chief Clerk makes the following entries dated Friday, August 7 , 2009.
Referrals and Receipt of Committee Reports
Concerning Proposed Administrative Rules
The committee on Health, Health Insurance, Privacy, Property Tax Relief, and Revenue reports and recommends:
Relating to licensure of foreign trained dentists.
No action taken.
Jon Erpenbach
Chairperson
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Introduction, First Reading, and
Reference of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
Senate Bill 254
Relating to: privileges under a Class A or Class B bear hunting license, and bear carcass tag and back tag requirements.
By Senators Holperin, Wirch, Vinehout, Olsen, Grothman, Hopper, Schultz, Hansen, Kreitlow, Taylor and Cowles; cosponsored by Representatives Hraychuck, Vruwink, Brooks, Gunderson, Friske, Mursau, Danou and Smith.
To committee on Transportation, Tourism, Forestry, and Natural Resources.
Senate Bill 255
Relating to: notification of default and mediation regarding residential real property subject to foreclosure and granting rule-making authority.
By Senators Taylor, Lassa, Wirch, Lehman and Holperin; cosponsored by Representatives Young, Grigsby, Berceau, Roys, Clark, Turner, A. Williams, Zepnick, Richards and Kessler.
To committee on Judiciary, Corrections, Insurance, Campaign Finance Reform, and Housing.
Senate Bill 256
Relating to: the method by which the Department of Revenue makes certain calculations regarding tax incremental financing district number 8 in the city of Ripon.
By Senator Olsen ; cosponsored by Representative Ballweg .
To committee on Health, Health Insurance, Privacy, Property Tax Relief, and Revenue.
Senate Bill 257
Relating to: emergency assistance grants.
By Senator Jauch ; cosponsored by Representative Grigsby .
To committee on Children and Families and Workforce Development.
Senate Bill 258
Relating to: using the results of standardized examinations to evaluate teachers.
By Senators Hopper, Darling, Grothman, Lazich and Olsen; cosponsored by Representatives Davis, Ripp, Ballweg, Friske, Gottlieb, Huebsch, Kerkman, Knodl, Montgomery, Nerison, Nygren, Rhoades, Spanbauer, Strachota, Townsend, Van Roy and Zipperer.
To committee on Education.
Senate Bill 259
Relating to: the homestead exemption and increases in the value of the exemption for various property that is exempt from execution.
By Senators Taylor, Lehman, Miller, Vinehout, Robson, Lassa, Holperin and Risser; cosponsored by Representatives Hebl, Sherman, Roys, Berceau, Clark, Pope-Roberts, Richards, Turner, Molepske Jr., Smith, Hintz, Grigsby, Hilgenberg, Hixson, Kessler and Dexter.
To committee on Judiciary, Corrections, Insurance, Campaign Finance Reform, and Housing.
Senate Bill 260
Relating to: granting police authority to technical college district boards.
By Senators Plale, Hansen, Lehman, Schultz, Darling and Coggs; cosponsored by Representatives Soletski, Sherman, Townsend, Bies, Spanbauer, Brooks and Ballweg.
To committee on Small Business, Emergency Preparedness, Technical Colleges, and Consumer Protection.
Senate Bill 261
Relating to: deployment of high-speed Internet services.
S259 By Senators Kreitlow, Taylor, Holperin, Jauch, Lassa, Hansen, Harsdorf and Lehman; cosponsored by Representatives Jorgensen, Hixson, Garthwaite, Vruwink, Roys, Smith, Hilgenberg, Hraychuck, Berceau, Turner, Pocan, Davis and Suder.
To committee on Rural Issues, Biofuels, and Information Technology.
Senate Bill 262
Relating to: an exemption from recording for time-share licenses.
By Senators Lassa, Holperin, Taylor, Vinehout, Risser, Olsen and Schultz; cosponsored by Representatives Clark, Van Akkeren, Schneider, A. Williams, Molepske Jr. and Zepnick.
To committee on Transportation, Tourism, Forestry, and Natural Resources.
Senate Bill 263
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