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Monday, November 28, 2011
One-Hundredth 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
Amendments Offered
Senate amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 311 offered by Senator Taylor.
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The Chief Clerk makes the following entries dated Friday, November 25 , 2011.
Introduction, First Reading, and
Reference of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
Senate Bill 306
Relating to: voluntary and informed consent to an abortion, information on domestic abuse services, giving a woman an abortion-inducing drug, repealing criminal sanctions against women who perform or obtain certain abortion procedures, and providing a penalty.
By Senators Lazich, Galloway, Grothman and Leibham; cosponsored by Representatives Litjens, Brooks, Craig, Honadel, Jacque, T. Larson, LeMahieu, A. Ott, J. Ott, Strachota, Thiesfeldt, Wynn, Ziegelbauer, Endsley and Kleefisch.
To committee on Health.
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Introduction, First Reading, and
Reference of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
Senate Bill 307
Relating to: foreclosure on abandoned properties.
By Senators Grothman, Taylor and Carpenter; cosponsored by Representatives Fields, Marklein, Spanbauer, Mason, Staskunas, Stone, Stroebel and Zepnick.
To committee on Financial Institutions and Rural Issues.
Senate Bill 308
Relating to: deposit placement programs of public depositories.
By Senators Grothman, Carpenter and Taylor; cosponsored by Representatives Kramer, Spanbauer and Kestell.
To committee on Financial Institutions and Rural Issues.
Senate Bill 309
Relating to: prohibiting consideration of the conviction record of an applicant for employment before the applicant has been selected for an interview.
By Senator Taylor ; cosponsored by Representatives C. Taylor, Zamarripa, Pocan, Pasch, Roys, Berceau, Fields, Hebl and Kessler.
To committee on Labor, Public Safety, and Urban Affairs.
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Petitions and Communications
State of Wisconsin
Office of the Secretary of State
November 28 , 2011
The Honorable, the Legislature:
Bill Number Act Number Publication Date
Senate Bill 42Act 81 December 8 , 2011
Senate Bill 86Act 83 December 8 , 2011
Senate Bill 49Act 84 December 8 , 2011
Senate Bill 204Act 85 December 8 , 2011
Senate Bill 45Act 86 December 8 , 2011
Sincerely,
DOUGLAS LA FOLLETTE
Secretary of State
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State of Wisconsin
Office of Justice Assistance
November 1, 2011
The Honorable, The Legislature:
Following is the 2009-2011 Biennial Report for the Office of Justice Assistance (OJA). This report highlights the activities conducted during the biennium and outlines our vision for 2011-13.
As the State Administering Agency for federal justice and homeland security grant funds, the Wisconsin Office of Justice Assistance develops statewide strategies, determines funding priorities, and advises the Governor and legislature on criminal justice, domestic violence, juvenile justice, public safety, and domestic preparedness policy. OJA has the unique perspective of being separate from other justice related state resources allowing us to analyze, collect data and recommend policy for the whole justice system rather than from the perspective of a stakeholder.
S610 OJA's independence will be valuable for upcoming justice data research opportunities such as analyzing the costs of incarceration versus alternative programs or bringing justice partners together to discuss gaps in data systems. 2011-13 will include enhancements to justice data transfers and lookup tools for justice professionals and technology equipment to make the connections. OJA will launch the Wisconsin Interoperable System for Communications (WISCOM) system that first responders in communities across the state will use to communicate during a major disaster or large-scale incident.
OJA's programs assist local units of governments, non-profits and tribal governments with resources to assist them in their day to day operations. We look forward to future opportunities to provide services.
Sincerely,
darcey varese
Acting Deputy Director
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State of Wisconsin
Legislative Audit Bureau
November 17, 2011
The Honorable, The Legislature:
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