hist11775To committee on State Affairs and Government Operations.
Relating to: disclosing ownership of a dam to prospective buyers of certain real property and updating disclosure reports for certain real property.
By Representatives Petryk, Ballweg, Czaja, Vruwink, Born and A. Ott; cosponsored by Senators Cowles, Lassa, Schultz and Lehman.
hist11776To committee on Housing and Real Estate.
Relating to: awarding grants to certain rural school districts, granting rule-making authority, and making an appropriation.
By Representatives Clark, Berceau, Danou, Hebl, Hulsey, Ohnstad, Pope, Shankland, Smith and Wright.
Relating to: the purchase of food by the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin-System.
By Representatives Smith, Clark, Barnes, Berceau, Danou, Doyle, Goyke, Hebl, Hulsey, Ohnstad, Pope, Richards, C. Taylor, Zepnick and Barca.
hist11778To committee on Colleges and Universities.
Relating to: the authority and responsibilities of the Department of Safety and Professional Services and the various boards under that department, the membership of the Cosmetology Examining Board, professional licensure of pharmacists, the Pharmacy Examining Board's operation of the prescription drug monitoring program, authorizing the construction, installation, alteration, operation, and inspection of elevators and other similar conveyances, and licensing requirements for elevator mechanics, inspectors, and contractors.
By Representatives Kooyenga, Nygren, Craig, LeMahieu, Marklein, Kleefisch, Tittl, Petryk, Bies, Williams and Strachota; cosponsored by Senators Lasee, Grothman and Cowles.
hist11779To committee on State Affairs and Government Operations.
Relating to: school bullying, unlawful use of computer systems, and providing a penalty.
By Representatives Kahl, Berceau, Pope, Schraa, Bies, Hesselbein, Bewley, C. Taylor, Ohnstad, Clark and Wright; cosponsored by Senators T. Cullen, Risser, L. Taylor, Lassa, Erpenbach, Lehman, Kedzie and Carpenter.
Relating to: admission of minors for inpatient treatment.
By Joint Legislative Council
Relating to: requiring county community programs board appointees to include consumers, family members of consumers, law enforcement personnel, and hospital employees or representatives and increasing the size of county community programs boards.
By Joint Legislative Council
Relating to: disabled offender recidivism reduction pilot programs, and making an appropriation.
By Joint Legislative Council
Relating to: the sales and use tax exemption for aircraft parts, maintenance, and labor.
By Representatives Steineke, Kaufert, Hintz, Sinicki, Murphy, Kahl, Bies, A. Ott, Bernard Schaber, Pridemore, Sanfelippo, Kuglitsch, Tittl, Ohnstad, Wachs, Bernier and Thiesfeldt; cosponsored by Senators Ellis, Lasee, Gudex, Cowles, Grothman and Farrow.
Relating to: the public disclosure of licensed dry cleaners.
By Representatives Mursau, A. Ott, Kaufert and Jacque, by request of Dry Cleaner Environmental Response Council.
hist11786To committee on State Affairs and Government Operations.
Relating to: vapor recovery system removal grants.
By Representatives LeMahieu, Nygren, Kooyenga, Strachota, Endsley, Pridemore, Tauchen, Bies and Thiesfeldt; cosponsored by Senators Lazich, Grothman, Gudex and Olsen.
hist11787To committee on Jobs, Economy and Mining.
Relating to: information on a person who is required to register as a sex offender and notification of law enforcement when certain sex offenders change residential addresses.
By Representatives Williams, Stone, Brooks, T. Larson, Born, Kaufert, Ohnstad, Jorgensen, Bernier and Nass; cosponsored by Senator Lassa.
Representative Murphy introduced his mother, Beatrice Murphy, in recognition of her 100th birthday on October 23. Mrs. Murphy was escorted by her other two sons, Marv and Jerry Murphy. Representative Murphy addressed the members from the rostrum.
Representative Sanfelippo introduced Hometown Hero Award recipient, Gunnery Sergeant John Matter, accompanied by his two young sons, Maximus and Audie Matter. Representative Sanfelippo addressed the members from the rostrum.
Calendar of Thursday,
Senate Joint Resolution 53
Relating to: the life and public service of Paul Poberezny.
Representative Hintz introduced the wife of Paul Poberezny Audrey Poberezny, Chuck and Bonnie Parnall, Michael and Audrey Hoy, Tom and Sharon Poberezny and Lesley Poberezny. Mr. Tom Poberezny addressed the members from the rostrum.
hist11681The question was: Shall Senate Joint Resolution 53 be concurred in?
hist11682Representative Kramer asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Senate Joint Resolution 53 be immediately messaged to the Senate. Granted.
Senate Joint Resolution 47
Relating to: commending the life and military service of Major Thomas C. Griffin (retired), U.S. Army Air Corps.
hist11842Representative Genrich asked unanimous consent to be added as a cosponsor of Senate Joint Resolution 47. Granted. hist11683The question was: Shall Senate Joint Resolution 47 be concurred in?
hist11684Representative Kramer asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Senate Joint Resolution 47 be immediately messaged to the Senate. Granted.
Senate Joint Resolution 54
Relating to: proclaiming November 2013 as Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month.
Representative Ballweg introduced Drew Anderson, Jim and Kay Johnson, Tammy Andries, Deb Harman, Diane Jensen, Gary Kalvonjian, and Mary Jo Reed, who joined Speaker Vos at the rostrum.
hist11845Representative Loudenbeck asked unanimous consent to be added as a cosponsor of Senate Joint Resolution 54. Granted. hist11685The question was: Shall Senate Joint Resolution 54 be concurred in?
hist11686Representative Kramer asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Senate Joint Resolution 54 be immediately messaged to the Senate. Granted.
Senate Joint Resolution 56
Relating to: proclaiming the month of October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
hist11687The question was: Shall Senate Joint Resolution 56 be concurred in?
hist11688Representative Kramer asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Senate Joint Resolution 56 be immediately messaged to the Senate. Granted.
Assembly Resolution 19
Relating to: creating a committee on state affairs and government operations and eliminating certain other committees.