Tuesday, August 2, 2011
One-Hundredth Regular Session
Assembly Journal
The Chief Clerk makes the following entries under the above date:
Amendments Offered
Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly substitute amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 69 offered by Representative Craig.
Administrative Rules
Relating to game and hunting, wildlife damage and nuisance control, and DNR managed lands.
No action taken by committee on Natural Resources on July 28, 2011.
To joint committee for review of Administrative Rules pursuant to s. 227.19 (5)(a), Wisconsin Statutes.
Referred on August 2, 2011 .
Relating to the requirements for the initial licensure of veterinarians, specifically the procedures for and the types of examinations required.
No action taken by committee on Agriculture on July 28, 2011.
To joint committee for review of Administrative Rules pursuant to s. 227.19 (5)(a), Wisconsin Statutes.
Referred on August 2, 2011 .
Introduction and Reference
of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
Assembly Joint Resolution 51
Relating to: nonpartisan elections for district attorney, sheriff, register of deeds, county clerk, treasurer, surveyor, coroner, and clerk of circuit court, and changing the election at which those officers are elected (first consideration).
By Representatives Spanbauer, Berceau, Clark, Doyle, Hintz, T. Larson and Wynn; cosponsored by Senator Wanggaard .
To committee on Election and Campaign Reform .
Assembly Bill 211
Relating to: an income and franchise tax credit for investments in a community development financial institution.
By Representatives Molepske Jr, Williams, Vruwink, Brooks, T. Larson, Spanbauer, Doyle, Bernard Schaber, Berceau, Ringhand, Fields, Bewley, Turner and Pope-Roberts; cosponsored by Senators Lassa and Taylor.
To committee on Jobs, Economy and Small Business .
Assembly Bill 212
Relating to: throwing or expelling a bodily substance at a public safety worker and providing a penalty.
By Representatives Honadel, Zepnick, Bies, Brooks, Turner, Kerkman, Spanbauer, Petersen, Marklein, A. Ott, Ripp, Sinicki, Ballweg, Endsley, Steinbrink, Strachota, Mursau and Stroebel; cosponsored by Senators Darling, Kedzie, Lassa, Wanggaard and Schultz.
To committee on Criminal Justice and Corrections .
Assembly Bill 213
Relating to: adopting federal law as it relates to excluding from an employee's income certain payments from an employer related to medical care.
By Representatives Doyle, Spanbauer, Hulsey, Vruwink, Young, Berceau, Sinicki, Staskunas, Pope-Roberts and Mason; cosponsored by Senators Vinehout, Holperin, Lassa, Taylor and Risser.
To joint survey committee on Tax Exemptions .
Assembly Bill 214
Relating to: sale and use of fetal body parts and providing a penalty.
By Representatives Jacque, Craig, August, Bernier, Bies, Brooks, Endsley, Farrow, J. Fitzgerald, Honadel, Kapenga, Kerkman, Kestell, Kleefisch, Klenke, Knilans, Knodl, Knudson, Kooyenga, Kramer, Krug, Kuglitsch, T. Larson, LeMahieu, Litjens, Marklein, Murtha, Nass, Nygren, A. Ott, Petersen, Petrowski, Petryk, Pridemore, Ripp, Rivard, Severson, Spanbauer, Steineke, Strachota, Stroebel, Suder, Tauchen, Thiesfeldt, Tiffany, Tranel, Van Roy, Vos, Wynn, Ziegelbauer, Kaufert and Weininger; cosponsored by Senators Grothman, Galloway, Kapanke, Lazich, Leibham, Moulton, Wanggaard, Zipperer and Kedzie.
To committee on Criminal Justice and Corrections .
Committee Reports
The committee on Children and Families reports and recommends:
Senate Bill 42
Relating to: mandatory reporting of child abuse or neglect by school district employees; training in child abuse and neglect identification, laws, and procedures for those employees; retaliation against a person who reports child abuse or neglect in good faith, and granting rule-making authority.
Ayes: 8 - Representatives Pridemore, Krug, Kestell, Williams, Thiesfeldt, Berceau, Seidel and Pope-Roberts.
Noes: 0.
To committee on Rules.
Donald Pridemore
Committee on Children and Families
The committee on Education reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 51
Relating to: creating a Charter School Authorizing Board, providing additional charter school authorizers, eliminating the limit on the number of pupils who may attend virtual charter schools, modifying teacher licensure requirements, eliminating the limit on the reduction in general school aid used to fund independent charter schools, covering certain charter school employees under the Group Insurance Board health coverage plan for local government employees, allowing a charter school to elect to participate in the Wisconsin Retirement System, granting rule-making authority, and making an appropriation.
Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 adoption:
Ayes: 11 - Representatives Kestell, Marklein, Nass, Pridemore, Knudson, Thiesfeldt, Wynn, Pope-Roberts, Sinicki, Hintz and Clark.