hist14956Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 464 offered by Representative Bies. hist14957Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 482 offered by Representative Bies.
Relating to fair packaging and labeling; selling commodities by weight, measure or count; weights and measures; gasoline advertising; and mobile air conditioners, reclaiming or recycling refrigerant; various minor and technical rule changes; and affecting small business.
hist14921No action taken by committee on Consumer Protection on December 2, 2013.
Referred on December 5, 2013.
Introduction and Reference of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
Relating to: commending the Waisman Center on its 40th anniversary.
By Representatives Berceau, C. Taylor, Hebl, Sargent, Petryk, Kahl, Young, Vruwink, Bernard Schaber, Kolste, Hesselbein, Spiros, Pope, Wright, Shankland, Ohnstad and Ringhand; cosponsored by Senators Risser, Erpenbach, Miller and Schultz.
Relating to: creation of a neighborhood improvement district.
By Representatives Richards, Barnes, Berceau, Goyke, Ohnstad, A. Ott, Young, Zamarripa and Zepnick; cosponsored by Senators Harris, Lassa and L. Taylor.
hist14963To committee on State and Local Finance.
Relating to: modifying the jobs credit to provide an increased credit to small businesses.
By Representatives Smith, Barca, Kahl, Jorgensen, Hebl, Doyle, Pope, Johnson, Sinicki, Vruwink, Berceau, Wright, Ringhand, Goyke, Bies, Kaufert, Billings, Wachs and Bewley; cosponsored by Senators Erpenbach, Schultz and Lassa.
hist14964To committee on Small Business Development.
Relating to: emergency vehicles operated as escorts for vehicle processions.
By Representatives Kleefisch, Tittl, Bies, Zepnick and Ohnstad; cosponsored by Senator Lehman.
Relating to: a presumption that equalizing physical placement to the highest degree is in the child's best interest and child support changes, including prohibiting basing support on income over $150,000 per year, deducting the amount of health insurance premiums from the support amount, prohibiting increasing support above the standard amount, prohibiting orders that set minimum future support amounts, and requiring a support revision if there has been a substantial change in circumstances.
By Representatives Kleefisch, Born, Kestell and Pridemore.
The following Assembly proposals, which have been approved by both the Assembly and Senate, have been enrolled by the Legislative Reference Bureau:
PATRICK E. FULLER
Assembly Chief Clerk