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Gaming law enforcement bureau established in DOJ by the AG: requirement eliminated [Sec. 685, 693, 2682]  -  Act 32
gameGame
Weapons used under the authority of certain game hunting licenses expanded and open hunting seasons revised; authorization to use a crossbow to hunt revised and persons under the age of 12 prohibited from using -  Act 252
Wildlife damage payments: damage by cougar added and exemption from the open land for the hunting of cougar requirement -  Act 280
Wolf harvesting licenses: DNR authorized to issue if the wolf is removed from endangered and threatened species lists; wolf depredation program created re damage to livestock, hunting dogs, and pets -  Act 169
game _ huntingGame — Hunting
Animals killed by vehicles: bear, wild turkey, and certain small game provisions created; law enforcement officer and hunting or trapping approval conditions -  Act 251
Carrying a concealed weapon licensing provisions created, background check and training required; other provisions re electric weapons, transporting unloaded firearms and unstrung bow or crossbow, disorderly conduct, photo ID cards for former law enforcement officers, prohibited places and sign specifications, and out-of-state licensees and reciprocity; exemption from emergency rules and penalty provisions; DOJ duties and report required -  Act 35
Deer hunting: certain DNR restrictions prohibited re antlered deer and establishing early season for firearm hunting  -  Act 50
Firearms, bows, or crossbows: restrictions on loading, discharging, placing, possessing, or transporting in a vehicle, ATV, or motorboat revised; exception provision  -  Act 51
Hunting, trapping, and fishing: laws revised re encouraging activities and outdoor recreation, Stewardship Program, approval fees, high school credit re certain education programs, Class D hunting permits issued to certain disabled persons, additional fishing special event weekend, state parks, and annual disabled veteran recreation cards; Sporting Heritage Council created, study required -  Act 168
NRB membership: one member required to have an agricultural background and three required to have held a hunting, fishing, or trapping license; active duty in the military provision -  Act 149
Rough fish: definition expanded to include Asian carp and taking with a crossbow permitted -  Act 180
Weapons used under the authority of certain game hunting licenses expanded and open hunting seasons revised; authorization to use a crossbow to hunt revised and persons under the age of 12 prohibited from using -  Act 252
Wolf harvesting licenses: DNR authorized to issue if the wolf is removed from endangered and threatened species lists; wolf depredation program created re damage to livestock, hunting dogs, and pets -  Act 169
game _ hunting licenseGame — Hunting license
Class B bear hunting license: revisions re shooting a bear in certain circumstances, dog training, back tags, youth under age 16, and license exemption on set day in August  -  Act 28
Hunting, trapping, and fishing: laws revised re encouraging activities and outdoor recreation, Stewardship Program, approval fees, high school credit re certain education programs, Class D hunting permits issued to certain disabled persons, additional fishing special event weekend, state parks, and annual disabled veteran recreation cards; Sporting Heritage Council created, study required -  Act 168
game birdGame bird
Animals killed by vehicles: bear, wild turkey, and certain small game provisions created; law enforcement officer and hunting or trapping approval conditions -  Act 251
Bird hunting preserve license: local government cannot limit number of wild birds released [Sec. 2702p]  -  Act 32
Weapons used under the authority of certain game hunting licenses expanded and open hunting seasons revised; authorization to use a crossbow to hunt revised and persons under the age of 12 prohibited from using -  Act 252
garageGarage
Motor vehicle accident: reporting requirements and violation penalties modified, demerit point requirement added; requirements for rendering assistance or removing a damaged vehicle after a reportable accident revised, forfeiture provision -  Act 256
Repairs under new motor vehicle warranty: time out of service modified [Sec. 2719w] -  Act 32
Service contracts enforced by OCI: regulations created; definition, exemption, and penalty provisions  -  Act 226
garbage and refuse disposalGarbage and refuse disposal, see Solid waste management
Absconding without paying for gasoline or diesel fuel: additional option for civil redress for the fuel retailer; DOT and affidavit provisions -  Act 186
Gasoline vapor recovery system not required for gas stations under construction and cease to apply to existing stations -  Act 196
OEI and certain duties eliminated; state agency requirements re alternative fuels and hybrid-electric vehicles revised; goals to reduce usage of gasoline and diesel fuel modified; DOA duties set and certain annual report requirement eliminated [Sec. 94, 191, 193-202, 323-325, 2298, 2309]  -  Act 32
Vegetable oil or animal fat converted to motor vehicle fuel: sales and use tax exemptions [Sec. 2181, 9441 (4)]  -  Act 32
gassen, jacob aGassen, Jacob A.
Life and military service commended [SJR-53] -  JR-25
general fundGeneral fund, see Appropriation
general purpose revenue _gpr_General purpose revenue (GPR), see specific agency; specific subject
genetics and genetic testingGenetics and genetic testing
Employment discrimination or unfair honesty or genetic testing cases: awarding of compensatory and punitive damages eliminated; DWD provision -  Act 219
Sexual assault: procedures for evidence with DNA on it when no suspect has been identified [Sec. 2682m, 2704m]  -  Act 32
government accountability boardGovernment Accountability Board
Democracy Trust Fund and WECF eliminated [Sec. 1d-3s, 3v-17c, 74m, 748g, r, 756m, 757, 773-775, 866t, 867m, 883m, 884m, 1887c, 9218 (3i), (3j)] -  Act 32
Election-related expenses to local governments: reimbursement of costs revised, voter ID training provision [Sec. 3t, u, 747j, k] -  Act 32
GAB expenditures on voter ID public informational campaign reviewed by JCF; public inspection of statements of economic interests modified [Sec. 357m, 9118 (1q)] [357m — vetoed] -  Act 32
Identification requirement for voting in elections created, ``proof of identification" and noncompliant REAL ID provisions; use of corroborating electors to verify residence discontinued; DOT ID card fee may be waived and obtaining a card without a photo for religious reasons; special voting deputies to certain adult family homes and residential care apartment complexes permitted; GAB public informational campaign; signature requirement re voting in person; durational residency requirement increased; straight party ticket eliminated; deadline for late registration and absentee voting in person changed; GAB special registration deputies discontinued; voter registration information and list revisions; proof of residence modified re university, college, and technical college student IDs -  Act 23
Official registration list: moneys from sales of copies deposited in the election administration fund [Sec. 747m, 885e]  -  Act 32
September primary date changed and renamed ``Partisan Primary"; absentee ballot changes and military and overseas electors provisions; fee exception for duplicate DOT issued ID for voting purposes -  Act 75
Statement of economic interest: threshold for reporting indirect income sources revised [Sec. 356g]  -  Act 32
governorGovernor, see also Executive office
Administrative rule revisions re state agency authority to promulgate and implement standards, gubernatorial approval, economic impact analysis, legislative review of proposed rules, JCRAR duties, and venue in judicial review actions and in actions against the state -  Act 21
Appropriation lapses for 2011-13 and 2013-15 fiscal biennia [Sec. 9219 (1u)] -  Act 32
Enrolled bills to the Governor: modifying the 2011-12 session schedule to extend the March 15, 2012 deadline [SJR-72]  -  JR-22
Governor's budget message deadline extended [SJR-15] -  JR-2
Lapses to general fund re employer savings in fringe benefit costs -  Act 10
Literacy initiative re elementary school children: funding for Governor's task force [Sec. 726, 9101 (2)]  -  Act 32
Student information system: DPI to establish working with the Office of Governor, fee provision, JCF approval [Sec. 520, 2437, 9137 (1)] -  Act 32
Vacant FTE positions in the executive branch: Governor may abolish with JCF approval [Sec. 218g, i, p]  -  Act 32
governor _ appointmentsGovernor — Appointments
Business Development, Office of, created in DOA [Sec. 96, 213, 807, 814, 2761] -  Act 32
Judicial Compensation Commission created; Governor, Director of State Courts, and JCOER duties; sunset provision [Sec. 9155 (1j)] [vetoed] -  AB-40
Medical College of Wisconsin, Inc.: board of trustees membership revised [Sec. 1105v, 9122 (1d)]  -  Act 32
Read to Lead Development Council created; assessing reading readiness of kindergarteners; knowledge of reading development and instruction required for certain initial teacher licenses; teacher education programs to report on number of graduates and performance of recent graduates used to evaluate the programs; educator effectiveness evaluation system and equivalency process developed; intervention or remedial reading services for certain pupils; DPI duties; LAB audit  -  Act 166
Secretary of Veterans Affairs appointed by the Governor and DVA placed under the direction and supervision of the Secretary; Board of Veterans Affairs membership and term of office revised, Congressional district residency requirement; promulgating rules process modified -  Act 36
Transportation Finance and Policy, Commission on, created and report required; biennial transportation finance plan from DOT required [Sec. 2200m, 9148 (7g)] [2200m — partial veto] -  Act 32
U.W. Restructuring and Operational Flexibilities, Special Task Force on, created and study required [Sec. 9152 (1tc)]  -  Act 32
Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) created; Comm.Dept and LAB duties, public employee and WRS provisions, reports required [partial veto]  -  Act 7
governor _ legislation by request ofGovernor — Legislation by request of
Administrative rule revisions re state agency authority to promulgate and implement standards, gubernatorial approval, economic impact analysis, legislative review of proposed rules, JCRAR duties, and venue in judicial review actions and in actions against the state -  Act 21
Agricultural production loan guarantees administered by WHEDA: revisions re amount and term of loan  -  Act 80
Attorney fees: factors a court must consider in determining reasonableness -  Act 92
Budget adjustment bill -  Act 10
Budget bill [partial veto] -  Act 32
DOR duties re administering taxes or fees revised re assessments, penalty for negligence, Tax Appeals Commission rulings, petition for declaratory ruling, petition to adopt a standard by rule, inspection of tax returns or claims, and prohibiting class action lawsuits against the state in certain cases; 2013-15 budget proposal provision re relying on past audits  -  Act 68
Economic development tax credit program: credits allocated by Comm.Dept increased; JCF approval required  -  Act 4
Film production services tax credit application fee revised -  Act 67
Health savings account: adopting Internal Revenue Code provisions for state income and franchise tax purposes  -  Act 1
Interest rate on judgments in civil actions revised -  Act 69
Jobs creation income and franchise tax deduction created -  Act 5
Relocated business credit created; DOR duties -  Act 3
Small business development loan guarantee program revisions -  Act 79
State finances: public employee trust fund reserve accounts, public debt refunding, executive branch agency lapses, MA funding revisions, TANF moneys for EITC, and adult correctional services funding -  Act 13
Tax rate increases in certain cases: two-thirds vote required; statewide advisory referendum provision  -  Act 9
Tort reform: actions against manufacturers, distributors, sellers, and promoters of a product; strict liability; noneconomic damages limited; punitive damages; frivolous claims; health care service reviews confidentiality; use of health care reports or employee statements; hospital quality indicators reporting; expert and lay witness testimony; crimes of abuse, homicide, or negligence re health care providers and treatment or residential care facilities in specified cases  -  Act 2
Trespassers: duty of care owed and limitations on civil liability of possessor of real property -  Act 93
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