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Senate Bill 359
Senate Bill 368
Senate Bill 370
Senate Bill 383
Senate Bill 397
Senate Bill 398
Senate Bill 410
Senate Bill 413
Senate Bill 423
Senate Bill 428
Senate Bill 442
Senate Amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 224
Senate Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 467
Senate Joint Resolution 17
Senate Joint Resolution 32
Senate Joint Resolution 33
Senate Joint Resolution 57
Senate Joint Resolution 62
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Messages from the Assembly Considered
Assembly Bill 56
Relating to: retail theft, proof of ownership for flea market sales, and providing penalties.
By Representatives Kleefisch and Danou; cosponsored by Senators Wanggaard and Taylor.
Read first time and referred to committee on Judiciary, Utilities, Commerce, and Government Operations.
Assembly Bill 118
Relating to: aiding a felon and providing penalties.
By Representatives Krusick, Bies, Ballweg, Brooks, Jacque, Knudson, A. Ott, J. Ott, Spanbauer, Strachota, Van Roy, Zepnick and Steineke; cosponsored by Senators Olsen, Kedzie and Lassa.
Read first time and referred to committee on Judiciary, Utilities, Commerce, and Government Operations.
Assembly Bill 209
Relating to: mandatory minimum sentences for certain child sex offenses.
By Representatives Honadel, Vos, Suder, Brooks, Endsley, Jacque, Mursau, Nygren, Petersen, Petryk, Petrowski, Kapenga and Spanbauer; cosponsored by Senators Darling, Lasee, Olsen and Wanggaard.
Read first time and referred to committee on Judiciary, Utilities, Commerce, and Government Operations.
S734 Assembly Bill 216
Relating to: maintenance and removal of vegetation obstructing the view of outdoor advertising signs along highways under the jurisdiction of the Department of Transportation.
By Representatives Honadel, Bies, Brooks, Kestell, LeMahieu, Mursau, Nerison, Nygren, Spanbauer, Staskunas, Stone, Strachota, Tiffany, Van Roy, Vruwink, Weininger and Wynn; cosponsored by Senators Grothman, Darling, Lasee, Moulton, Olsen and Schultz.
Read first time and referred to committee on Transportation and Elections.
Assembly Bill 291
Relating to: restrictions on the operation of motor vehicles by persons holding instruction permits or probationary licenses and providing a penalty.
By Representatives Bernier, Petrowski, Kooyenga, Litjens, Petryk, C. Taylor, Van Roy and Wynn; cosponsored by Senators Olsen, Schultz and Lassa.
Read first time and referred to committee on Transportation and Elections.
Assembly Bill 384
Relating to: weapons that may be used to hunt certain animals and requirements for establishing open hunting seasons for those animals.
By Representatives Tauchen, Craig, Sinicki, Petryk, Kleefisch, Rivard, Krug, Endsley and Spanbauer; cosponsored by Senators Schultz and Taylor.
Read first time and referred to committee on Natural Resources and Environment.
Assembly Bill 395
Relating to: acquisition of land in the Niagara Escarpment corridor.
By Representatives A. Ott, Ziegelbauer, Endsley, LeMahieu, Litjens, Spanbauer and Thiesfeldt; cosponsored by Senators Cowles and Schultz.
Read first time and referred to committee on Natural Resources and Environment.
Assembly Bill 397
Relating to: failing to report the death of a child or to report a missing child, moving the corpse of a child, hiding a corpse to collect public benefits, and providing penalties.
By Representatives Kerkman, Petryk, Pridemore, Endsley, Kleefisch, Spanbauer, Bernier, Petrowski, Bies, Brooks, Clark, E. Coggs, Craig, D. Cullen, Honadel, Jacque, Jorgensen, Kuglitsch, LeMahieu, Mason, Meyer, Mursau, Nass, A. Ott, Petersen, Rivard, Sinicki, Steineke, Strachota, Tranel, Turner, Van Roy, Vos and Vruwink; cosponsored by Senators Lassa, Carpenter, Jauch, Darling, Holperin, C. Larson, Olsen, Schultz, Wanggaard and Wirch.
Read first time and referred to committee on Judiciary, Utilities, Commerce, and Government Operations.
Assembly Bill 419
Relating to: interest due on property determined to be abandoned and due to be paid or delivered to the state treasurer.
By Representative Kramer ; cosponsored by Senator Grothman .
Read first time and referred to committee on Judiciary, Utilities, Commerce, and Government Operations.
Assembly Bill 427
Relating to: the purposes, authority, and responsibilities of the Educational Approval Board and the regulation of schools by that board.
By Representative Nass ; cosponsored by Senator Schultz , by request of The Educational Approval Board (EAB).
Read first time and referred to committee on Education.
Assembly Bill 485
Relating to: personalized registration plates for vehicles registered by certain veterans with a disability that limits the ability to walk (suggested as remedial legislation by the Department of Transportation).
By Law Revision Committee.
Read first time and referred to committee on Transportation and Elections.
Assembly Bill 486
Relating to: the definitions of vehicle and motor vehicle (suggested as remedial legislation by the Department of Transportation).
By Law Revision Committee.
Read first time and referred to committee on Transportation and Elections.
Assembly Bill 529
Relating to: licensing of taxicabs by a 1st class city.
By Representatives Farrow, Zamarripa, Young, Stone, D. Cullen, Richards, Fields and Zepnick; cosponsored by Senators Lasee, Taylor and Darling.
Read first time and referred to committee on Transportation and Elections.
Assembly Joint Resolution 100
Relating to: accounting and expenditure of state funds and reduction of deficit (first consideration).
By Representatives Kooyenga, Marklein, Kapenga, Klenke, Strachota, Thiesfeldt, Krug, Craig, Honadel, Petersen, Litjens, Nygren, Steineke, Farrow, Kaufert, Rivard, Suder, Knilans, Mursau, Stroebel, Weininger, A. Ott, Jacque, Knudson, Brooks, Ziegelbauer, Kerkman, Van Roy, Spanbauer, Severson, Wynn, Williams, T. Larson, Knodl, Endsley, Loudenbeck and Molepske Jr; cosponsored by Senators Zipperer, Lasee, Leibham, Lazich, Cowles, Schultz, Olsen and Grothman.
Read and referred to committee on Senate Organization.
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Third Reading of Joint Resolutions and Bills
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.
Senate Bill 306
Read a third time.
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In the Chair
Pursuant to Senate Rule 2 (1), Senator Kedzie in the chair.
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The question was: Shall Senate Bill 306 be passed?
S735 The ayes and noes were demanded and the vote was: ayes, 17; noes, 15; absent or not voting, 1; as follows:
Ayes - Senators Cowles, Darling, Ellis, S. Fitzgerald, Galloway, Grothman, Harsdorf, Kedzie, Lasee, Lazich, Leibham, Moulton, Olsen, Schultz, Vukmir, Wanggaard and Zipperer - 17.
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