2013 WISCONSIN ACT 166
An Act to repeal
16.70 (11m), 41.57 (5) (title), 79.043 (title), 111.81 (15), 111.91 (2) (g) and 560.08 (title); to renumber
16.75 (8) (a) 1. and 2., 41.57 (5) (intro.), (c) and (d), 93.42 (1), 111.83 (7) (b) and 111.85 (5) (b); to consolidate, renumber and amend
25.49 (intro.) and (1); to amend
5.05 (10), 6.45 (1), 11.06 (1) (jm), 13.94 (4) (a) 1., 15.145 (5) (intro.), 16.301 (intro.), 16.50 (3) (b), 16.75 (10e) (b), 16.85 (1), 16.854 (2) (intro.), 20.505 (1) (gr), 23.0917 (6m) (d), 62.50 (13), 66.0506 (1), 71.28 (1dm) (k), 103.50 (2m) (b) 1., 111.70 (1) (j), 111.70 (4) (cg) 6. am., 111.815 (1), 111.815 (2), 111.825 (3), 111.825 (4), 125.34 (2), 146.38 (3) (dm), 165.76 (1) (g), 175.49 (3) (a) 2., 196.203 (1g) (c), 230.09 (2) (g), 230.34 (1) (ar), 238.345 (1) (a), 238.395 (1) (i), 238.395 (2) (e) 3., 238.399 (3) (d), 256.01 (7) and (8), 287.11 (2m) (a) 2., 904.16 (1) (b), 938.35 (1m), 948.605 (2) (b) 3. and 961.41 (3g) (c) of the statutes; and to affect 2011 Wisconsin Act 10
, sections 157
, 2011 Wisconsin Act 21
, section 39
, 2011 Wisconsin Act 23
, section 60
, 2011 Wisconsin Act 32
, section 44p
, 2011 Wisconsin Act 32
, section 1400
, 2011 Wisconsin Act 32
, section 1506m
, 2011 Wisconsin Act 32
, section 2081
, 2011 Wisconsin Act 32
, section 2875p
, 2011 Wisconsin Act 32
, section 3136
, 2011 Wisconsin Act 32
, section 3454m
and 2011 Wisconsin Act 38
, section 83
; relating to: affecting various provisions of the statutes to make corrections and reconcile conflicts (Corrections Bill).
The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:
5.05 (10) of the statutes is amended to read:
5.05 (10) State election administration plan.
With the assistance of the election administration council and approval of the joint committee on finance as provided in this subsection, the board shall adopt and modify as necessary a state plan that meets the requirements of P.L. 107-252
to enable participation by this state in federal financial assistance programs authorized under that law. The board shall adopt the plan and any modifications only after publishing a class I 1
notice under ch. 985 or posting on the Internet a statement describing the proposed plan or modification and receiving public comment thereon. After approval of the proposed plan or any modification of the plan by the board, the board shall submit the proposed plan or modification to the joint committee on finance for the approval of the committee. The board may adopt the proposed plan or modification only if the committee approves the proposed plan or modification.
6.45 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
6.45 (1) After the deadline for revision of the registration list, the municipal clerk shall make copies of the list for election use. The registration list and any supplemental lists which are prepared at polling places or other registration locations under s. 6.55, shall be open to public inspection. Under the regulations prescribed by the municipal clerk, any person may copy the registration list at the office of the clerk. A registration list maintained at a polling place may be examined by any person who is observing the proceedings under s. 7.41 when such use does not interfere with the conduct of the election.
11.06 (1) (jm) A copy of any separate schedule prepared or received pursuant to an escrow agreement under s. 11.16 (5). A candidate or personal campaign committee receiving contributions under such an agreement and attaching a separate schedule under this paragraph may indicate the percentage of the total contributions received, and disbursements made without itemization, except that amounts received from any contributor pursuant to the agreement who makes any separate contribution to the candidate or personal campaign committee during the calendar year of receipt as indicated in the schedule shall be aggregated and itemized if required under par. (a) or (b).
13.94 (4) (a) 1. Every state department, board, examining board, affiliated credentialing board, commission, independent agency, council or office in the executive branch of state government; all bodies created by the legislature in the legislative or judicial branch of state government; any public body corporate and politic created by the legislature including specifically the Fox River Navigational System Authority, the Lower Fox River Remediation Authority, the Wisconsin Aerospace Authority, and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, a professional baseball park district, a local professional football stadium district, a local cultural arts district and a long-term care district under s. 46.2895; every Wisconsin works agency under subch. III of ch. 49; every provider of medical assistance under subch. IV of ch. 49; technical college district boards; every county department under s. 51.42 or 51.437; every nonprofit corporation or cooperative or unincorporated cooperative association to which moneys are specifically appropriated by state law; and every corporation, institution, association or other organization which receives more than 50% of its annual budget from appropriations made by state law, including subgrantee or subcontractor recipients of such funds.
15.145 (5) Council on offender reentry. (intro.) There is created a council on offender reentry which is attached to the department of corrections under s. 15.03, which shall have the duties, responsibilities, and powers set forth under s. 301.095. The council shall consist of 22 21 members, and the appointed members shall serve for 2-year terms and may be appointed for a maximum of 2 consecutive terms. The chairperson of the council shall be the secretary of corrections or the reentry director, as decided by the secretary of corrections. The chairperson may appoint subcommittees and the council shall meet no less frequently than 4 times per year at a date and location to be determined by the chairperson. Members of the council shall include the secretary of corrections, or his or her designee; the secretary of workforce development, or his or her designee; the secretary of health services, or his or her designee; the secretary of children and families, or his or her designee; the secretary of transportation, or his or her designee; the attorney general, or his or her designee; the chairperson of the parole commission, or his or her designee; the state superintendent of public instruction; the reentry director as appointed by the secretary of corrections; a current or former judge, as appointed by the director of state courts; an individual who has been previously convicted of, and incarcerated for, a crime in Wisconsin, as appointed by the secretary of corrections; and the following persons, as appointed by the governor:
16.301 Definitions. (intro.) In this subchapter ss. 16.301 to 16.315:
16.50 (3) (b) No change in the number of full-time equivalent positions authorized through the biennial budget process or other legislative act may be made without the approval of the joint committee on finance, except for position changes made by the governor under s. 16.505 (1) (c), (2), or (2j), by the investment board under s. 16.505 (2g), or by the board of regents of the University of Wisconsin System under s. 16.505 (2m) or (2p).
Note: There is no conflict of substance. As merged by the legislative reference bureau, s. 16.505 (1) (intro.) reads:
(1) Except as provided in subs. (2), (2g), (2j), (2m), and (2p), no position, as defined in s. 230.03 (11), regardless of funding source or type, may be created or abolished unless authorized by one of the following:
16.70 (11m) of the statutes is repealed.
16.75 (8) (a) 1. and 2. of the statutes are renumbered 16.75 (8) (am) and (bm).
16.75 (10e) (b) If s. 16.855 (10s) (a) provides an applicable standard for the type of agency energy consuming equipment being purchased and the purchase will cost more than $5,000 per unit the department, any other designated purchasing agent under s. 16.71 (1), any agency making purchases under s. 16.74, and any authority may not purchase that type of energy consuming equipment unless the specifications for the equipment meet the applicable standards. If there is an applicable standard under s. 16.855 (10s) (a), but the energy consuming equipment meeting that standard is not reasonably available, the department, purchasing agent, agency, or authority shall ensure, for purchases over $5,000 per unit, that the energy consuming equipment that is purchased maximizes energy efficiency to the extent technically and economically feasible. The department, purchasing agent, agency, or authority shall not determine that energy consuming equipment that meets the applicable standard under s. 16.855 (10s) (a) either is not reasonably available on the basis of cost alone or is not cost-effective unless the difference in the cost of the purchase and installation of the equipment that meets the standard and the equipment that would otherwise be installed is greater than the difference in the cost of operating the equipment that meets the standard and the equipment that would otherwise be installed over the anticipated life of the equipment.
16.85 (1) To take charge of and supervise all engineering or architectural services or construction work, as defined in s. 16.87 (1) (a), performed by, or for, the state, or any department, board, institution, commission, or officer of the state, including nonprofit-sharing corporations organized for the purpose of assisting the state in the construction and acquisition of new buildings or improvements and additions to existing buildings as contemplated under ss. 13.488, 36.09, and 36.11, except work to be performed for the University of Wisconsin System with respect to a building, structure, or facility involving a cost of less than $500,000 that is funded entirely with the proceeds of gifts or grants made to the system, and except the engineering, architectural, and construction work of the department of transportation; and the engineering service performed by the department of safety and professional services, department of revenue, public service commission, department of health services, and other departments, boards, and commissions when the service is not related to the maintenance, and construction and planning, of the physical properties of the state.
16.854 (2) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
16.854 (2) (intro.) Subject to the requirements of s. 16.82 (7), the department may, upon request of any local professional baseball park district, if the district has entered into a lease agreement with the department under s. 16.82 (7), take charge of and supervise engineering or architectural services or construction work, as defined in s. 16.87 (1) (a), performed by, or for, the district for compensation to be agreed upon between the department and the district. In connection with such services or work, the department may furnish engineering, architectural, project management and other building construction services whenever requisitions therefor are presented to the department by the district. If the district has entered into a lease agreement with the department under s. 16.82 (7), the department may also assist the district, upon request of the district, in letting contracts for engineering, architectural or construction work authorized by law and in supervising the work done thereunder. The department may award any such contract for any combination or division of work it designates and may consider any factors in awarding a contract including price, time for completion of work and the qualifications and past performance of a contractor. In awarding contracts under this section for the construction of baseball park facilities, as defined in s. 229.65 (1), the department shall ensure that any person who is awarded a contract agrees, as a condition to receiving the contract, that his or her goal shall be to ensure that at least 25% of the employees hired because of the contract will be minority group members and at least 5% of the employees hired because of the contract will be women. It shall also be a goal of the department to ensure that at least 25% of the aggregate dollar value of contracts awarded for the construction of such facilities in the following areas are awarded to minority businesses and at least 5% of the aggregate dollar value of contracts awarded for the construction of such facilities in the following areas are awarded to women's businesses:
20.505 (1) (gr) Disabled veteran-owned, woman-owned, and minority business certification fees. All moneys received from fees collected under s. 16.283 (3) (c) for the costs of certifying disabled veteran-owned businesses under s. 16.283; all moneys received from fees collected under s. 16.285 (1) (bm), for the costs of certifying woman-owned businesses under s. 6.285 16.285; and all moneys received from fees collected under s. 16.287 (2) (dm) for the costs of certifying minority businesses under s. 16.287.
Note: There is no conflict of substance. As merged by the legislative reference bureau, s. 20.923 (8) reads:
(8) Deputies. Salaries for deputies appointed pursuant to ss. 13.94 (3) (b), 15.04 (2), 230.04 (16), and 551.601 (1) shall be set by the appointing authority. The salary shall not exceed the maximum of the salary range one range below the salary range of the executive salary group to which the department or agency head is assigned. The positions of assistant secretary of state, assistant state treasurer and associate director of the historical society shall be treated as unclassified deputies for pay purposes under this subsection. The salary of the deputy director of the office of business development in the department of administration is assigned to executive salary group 2.
23.0917 (6m) (d) of the statutes is amended to read:
23.0917 (6m) (d) The procedures under pars. par. (a) and (b) apply to any land acquisition under sub. (5m).
25.49 (intro.) and (1) of the statutes, as affected by 2011 Wisconsin Act 32
, are consolidated, renumbered 25.49 and amended to read:
25.49 Economic development fund. There is established a separate nonlapsible trust fund designated as the economic development fund, to consist of: (1) The the surcharge imposed under subch. VII of ch. 77.
Note: There is no conflict of substance. As merged by the legislative reference bureau, effective 7-1-15, s. 36.09 (1) (j) reads:
(j) Except where such matters are a subject of bargaining with a certified representative of a collective bargaining unit under s. 111.91, the board shall establish salaries for persons prior to July 1 of each year for the next fiscal year, and shall designate the effective dates for payment of the new salaries. In the first year of the biennium, payments of the salaries established for the preceding year shall be continued until the biennial budget bill is enacted. If the budget is enacted after July 1, payments shall be made following enactment of the budget to satisfy the obligations incurred on the effective dates, as designated by the board, for the new salaries, subject only to the appropriation of funds by the legislature and s. 20.928 (3). This paragraph does not limit the authority of the board to establish salaries for new appointments. The board may not increase the salaries of employees under this paragraph unless the salary increase conforms to the proposal as approved under s. 230.12 (3) (e) or the board authorizes the salary increase to correct salary inequities under par. (h), to fund job reclassifications or promotions, or to recognize competitive factors. The granting of salary increases to recognize competitive factors does not obligate inclusion of the annualized amount of the increases in the appropriations under s. 20.285 (1) for subsequent fiscal bienniums. No later than October 1 of each year, the board shall report to the joint committee on finance and the secretary of administration and director of the office of state employment relations concerning the amounts of any salary increases granted to recognize competitive factors, and the institutions at which they are granted, for the 12-month period ending on the preceding June 30.
Note: There is no conflict of substance. As merged by the legislative reference bureau, s. 40.05 (4) (b) reads:
(b) Except as provided under pars. (bc) and (bp), accumulated unused sick leave under ss. 13.121 (4), 36.30, 230.35 (2), 233.10, 238.04 (8), and 757.02 (5) and subch. V of ch. 111 of any eligible employee shall, at the time of death, upon qualifying for an immediate annuity or for a lump sum payment under s. 40.25 (1) or upon termination of creditable service and qualifying as an eligible employee under s. 40.02 (25) (b) 6. or 10., be converted, at the employee's highest basic pay rate he or she received while employed by the state, to credits for payment of health insurance premiums on behalf of the employee or the employee's surviving insured dependents. Any supplemental compensation that is paid to a state employee who is classified under the state classified civil service as a teacher, teacher supervisor, or education director for the employee's completion of educational courses that have been approved by the employee's employer is considered as part of the employee's basic pay for purposes of this paragraph. The full premium for any eligible employee who is insured at the time of retirement, or for the surviving insured dependents of an eligible employee who is deceased, shall be deducted from the credits until the credits are exhausted and paid from the account under s. 40.04 (10), and then deducted from annuity payments, if the annuity is sufficient. The department shall provide for the direct payment of premiums by the insured to the insurer if the premium to be withheld exceeds the annuity payment. Upon conversion of an employee's unused sick leave to credits under this paragraph or par. (bf), the employee or, if the employee is deceased, the employee's surviving insured dependents may initiate deductions from those credits or may elect to delay initiation of deductions from those credits, but only if the employee or surviving insured dependents are covered by a comparable health insurance plan or policy during the period beginning on the date of the conversion and ending on the date on which the employee or surviving insured dependents later elect to initiate deductions from those credits. If an employee or an employee's surviving insured dependents elect to delay initiation of deductions from those credits, an employee or the employee's surviving insured dependents may only later elect to initiate deductions from those credits during the annual enrollment period under par. (be). A health insurance plan or policy is considered comparable if it provides hospital and medical benefits that are substantially equivalent to the standard health insurance plan established under s. 40.52 (1).
Note: There is no conflict of substance. As merged by the legislative reference bureau, s. 40.05 (5) (b) 4. reads:
4. The accrual and crediting of sick leave shall be determined in accordance with ss. 13.121 (4), 36.30, 230.35 (2), 233.10, 238.04 (8), and 757.02 (5) and subch. V of ch. 111.
Note: There is no conflict of substance. As merged by the legislative reference bureau, s. 40.62 (2) reads:
(2) Sick leave accumulation shall be determined in accordance with rules of the department, any collective bargaining agreement under subch. V of ch. 111, and ss. 13.121 (4), 36.30, 49.825 (4) (d) and (5) (d), 49.826 (4) (d), 230.35 (2), 233.10, 238.04 (8), 757.02 (5) and 978.12 (3).
62.50 (13) of the statutes is amended to read:
62.50 (13) Notice of discharge or suspension; appeals. The chief discharging or suspending for a period exceeding 5 days any member of the force shall give written notice of the discharge or suspension to the member and, at the same time that the notice is given, and shall also give the member any exculpatory evidence in the chief's possession related to the discharge or suspension. The chief shall also immediately report the notice of the discharge or suspension to the secretary of the board of fire and police commissioners together with a complaint setting forth the reasons for the discharge or suspension and the name of the complainant if other than the chief. Within 10 days after the date of service of the notice of a discharge or suspension order the members so discharged or suspended may appeal from the order of discharge or suspension or discipline to the board of fire and police commissioners, by filing with the board a notice of appeal in the following or similar form:
To the honorable board of fire and police commissioners:
Please take notice that I appeal from the order or decision of the chief of the .... department, discharging (or suspending) me from service, which order of discharge (or suspension) was made on the .... day of ...., .... (year).
66.0506 (1) In this section, "local governmental unit" means any city, village, town, county, metropolitan sewerage district, long-term care district, transit authority under s. 59.58 (7) or 66.1039, local cultural arts district under subch. V of ch. 229, or any other political subdivision of the state, or instrumentality of one or more political subdivisions of the state.
71.28 (1dm) (k) If a person who is entitled under s. 238.395 (3) (a) 4. or s. 560.795 (3) (a) 4., 2009 stats., to claim tax benefits or certified under s. 238.395 (5), 239.398 238.398 (3), or 238.3995 (4) or s. 560.795 (5), 2009 stats., s. 560.798 (3), 2009 stats., or s. 560.7995 (4), 2009 stats., ceases business operations in the development zone during any of the taxable years that that zone exists, that person may not carry over to any taxable year following the year during which operations cease any unused credits from the taxable year during which operations cease or from previous taxable years.
79.043 (title) of the statutes is repealed.
103.50 (2m) (b) 1. The laborer, worker, mechanic or truck driver is employed to go to the source of mineral aggregate such as sand, gravel or stone and deliver that mineral aggregate to the site of a project that is subject to this section by depositing the material directly in final place, from the transporting the vehicle or through spreaders from the transporting vehicle.