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SJR2, s. 65 Section 65. Joint rule 82 (2) (b) is amended to read:
Joint Rule 82 (2) (b) Any pending veto required to be scheduled under par. (a) that does not receive final action during the veto review session is sustained. The disposition shall be recorded as "failed to pass notwithstanding the objections of the governor."
SJR2, s. 66 Section 66. Joint rule 83 (1) is amended to read:
Joint Rule 83 (1) During any scheduled floorperiod the introduction, or offering, and disposition of proposals and the offering and disposition of amendments, and of certificates under joint rule 7 citations, shall, in each house, be governed by the rules thereof.
SJR2, s. 67 Section 67. Joint rule 83 (2) is repealed.
SJR2, s. 68 Section 68. Joint rule 83 (3) is amended to read:
Joint Rule 83 (3) Any proposal on which final action has not been taken at the conclusion adjournment of the last general-business floorperiod in the odd-numbered year shall be is carried forward to the even-numbered year.
SJR2, s. 69 Section 69. Joint rule 83 (4) (a) is amended to read:
Joint Rule 83 (4) (a) Except as provided in par. (b), at the conclusion adjournment of the last general-business floorperiod scheduled by the session schedule for the spring of the even-numbered year, any bill or joint resolution not yet agreed to by both houses, and any resolution not yet passed by the house of origin, is adversely disposed of for the biennial session and recorded as "failed to pass," "failed to adopt," or "failed to concur."
SJR2, s. 70 Section 70. Joint rule 83 (5) is amended to read:
Joint Rule 83 (5) Following the conclusion adjournment of the last general-business floorperiod scheduled by the session schedule for the spring of the even-numbered year, no further regular session proposals may be introduced or offered for the balance of the legislative biennium biennial session, except proposals under joint rule 81 (2) (c) or 82 (1) (1m); or required for the conduct of any special session called by the governor, of any extraordinary session called by the legislature, of the veto review session, or of any extended floorperiod.
SJR2, s. 71 Section 71. Joint rule 84 (intro.) and (4) are amended to read:
Joint Rule 84. Committees continue throughout biennium biennial session. (intro.) Every standing committee and, unless otherwise ordered, every special committee of one or both houses, shall continue continues throughout the entire biennial session biennium of the legislature creating the committee. Any such committee may:
(4) Technical assistance. Request the legislative council staff, legislative reference bureau, legislative technology services bureau, and legislative fiscal bureau for the necessary technical assistance appropriate to the completion of the committee's tasks. The joint committee on legislative organization shall coordinate the assignment of staff under this subsection. Any chairperson who determines that the attendance of staff is necessary to the proper conduct of any meeting scheduled at a location other than the capitol may, with the prior authorization of the committee on senate organization in the case of a senate committee chairperson or the speaker in the case of an assembly committee chairperson, authorize the reimbursement of such staff for actual and necessary expenses incurred in attending the meeting, from the general program operations appropriation to the senate or assembly under section 20.765 (1) (a) or (b) of the statutes.
SJR2, s. 72 Section 72. Joint rule 87 (intro.) is amended to read:
Joint Rule 87. Recess duties Duties of the chief clerk after floorperiods and sessions. (intro.) Following the conclusion adjournment of any scheduled floorperiod or any special session or extraordinary session, the chief clerk of each house shall:
SJR2, s. 73 Section 73. Joint rule 87 (3) (intro.) is amended to read:
Joint Rule 87 (3) Committee schedules and journals Journals and bulletins. (intro.) Compile and cause to be published publish:
SJR2, s. 74 Section 74. Joint rule 87 (3) (a) is repealed.
SJR2, s. 75 Section 75. Joint rule 87 (3) (b) is amended to read:
Joint Rule 87 (3) (b) Such journals as are necessary, showing the chief clerk's entries for all business received by the chief clerk's office during the recess after the floorperiod or special or extraordinary session.
SJR2, s. 76 Section 76. Joint rule 87 (3) (c) is repealed and recreated to read:
Joint Rule 87 (3) (c) In cooperation with the legislative reference bureau, the bulletin of proceedings shall be published in accordance with joint rules 76 and 77.
SJR2, s. 77 Section 77. Joint rule 96 is amended to read:
Joint Rule 96. Rescinding, amending, Changing or suspending rules. (1) The joint rules of the legislature may be rescinded or changed only with the approval of a majority of the actual current membership of each house. The vote shall be is taken by ayes and noes.
(2) Any proposal to rescind or change a joint rule shall be introduced offered as a joint resolution stating the proposed change. Except as authorized by unanimous consent or by vote of two-thirds of the members present, the joint resolution shall may not be acted upon in either house until the joint resolution has been made available to the members for 24 hours.
(3) Any joint rule may be suspended in either house by vote of two-thirds of the members present. The vote shall be is determined by ayes and noes unless unanimous consent is given.
SJR2, s. 78 Section 78. Joint rule 98 (3) is amended to read:
Joint Rule 98 (3) The chief clerk of each house shall supervise the reproduction of the joint rules for insertion into the assembly and senate manuals.
SJR2, s. 79 Section 79. Joint rule 99 (intro.), (3), (4), (5), (14), (16), (27m), (28), (36), (38), (40), (50), (50m), (54), (59), (63), (66), (71), (75), (82), (83) and (89) are amended to read:
Joint Rule 99. Definitions. (intro.) The following are definitions of the major terms used in joint rules 1 to 99 or traditionally used in deliberations on the floor and statutes governing legislative proceedings:
(3) Adoption: Approval of a motion, amendment, substitute amendment, simple resolution, or joint resolution [see also subs. (16) and (54)].
(4) Amendment: A suggested alteration in any proposal or amendment, often referred to as a simple amendment in distinction to a substitute amendment, which is intended to take the place of the proposal.
(5) Appeal: A member's challenge of a ruling on a point of order. To prevail, an appeal requires the support of a majority of the members present, pursuant to the rules of a house.
(14) Committee executive action: The action of a committee on any proposal or veto.
(16) Concurrence: The action by which one house agrees to a proposal or action of the other house [see also subs. (3) and (54)].
(27m) Extraordinary session: The convening of the legislature by the assembly and senate committees on organization of each house or by petition or joint resolution of the legislature to accomplish the business specified in the action calling the session. When used to continue a floorperiod of the regular biennial session for a limited purpose, the extraordinary session is referred to as an extended session.
(28) Fiscal estimate: A memorandum pursuant to joint rules 41 to 50 and the rules of each house, explaining the impact of any proposal a bill on state or local finances.
(36) Introduction: The formal presentation of a bill before one of the houses [see also sub. (50m)].
(38) Joint hearing: A hearing held by a joint committee or by committees of both houses.
(40) Joint rules: The common Common rules of procedure proceedings adopted by both houses.
(50) Nonconcurrence: The refusal of one house to agree to a proposal, amendment, or action of the other.
(50m) Offer: The formal presentation of a joint resolution, resolution, substitute amendment, amendment, or motion before a house [see also sub. (36)].
(54) Passage: Final approval in the first house of a bill introduced in that house if referring to action of one house and final approval of both houses of a bill introduced in either house if referring to action of both houses [see also subs. (3) and (16)].
(59) Privileged motions and requests: A group of motions and requests relating to basic questions concerning the meetings, organization, rules, rights, and duties of the senate or assembly and having the highest precedence for consideration. Privileged motions and requests take precedence over incidental, subsidiary, and main questions.
(63) Recess: A temporary suspension of business during a roll call day of the year.
(66) Regular session: The biennial session of the legislature established by the constitution and by section 13.02 of the statutes. The Wisconsin legislature convenes in the capitol on the first Monday of January in each odd-numbered year at 2 p.m. to take the oath of office, to select officers, and to organize itself for the conduct of its business, but if the first Monday falls on January 1 or 2, the legislature organizes on January 3. Daily meetings begin in January of each year and continue throughout the biennium biennial session until the final adjournment of the biennial session. "Session" is also often used to refer to the daily meetings of the legislature.
(71) Resolution: A proposal a) expressing the opinion of one of the houses; or b) changing the rules of one of the houses; or confirming a nomination for appointment.
(75) Rules of procedure proceedings: The legislative rules that govern the operations of the legislature and the conduct of legislative business. Rules of proceedings are found in the state constitution; the joint rules, senate rules, and assembly rules; custom, usage, and precedent in each house; the statutes; and parliamentary law.
(82) Special committee, assembly: A committee created by an assembly resolution, or a special committee or temporary special committee created by a written order of the speaker under assembly rule 10 pursuant to the rules of a house, to investigate specific matters during a session or committee work period, and report to the senate or assembly.
(83) Special order of business, assembly: Any proposal ordered by the senate or assembly to be given consideration at a specified time and taking precedence over the regular orders of business at that time.
(89) Sufficient seconds: The support of 15 assembly the requisite number of members necessary to initiate certain procedures in the assembly rules, pursuant to the rules of each house.
SJR2, s. 80 Section 80. Joint rule 99 (58) is repealed.
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