hist21873Senate Bill 517
hist22021Senate Bill 518
hist22022Senate Bill 527
hist21901Senate Bill 531
hist21900Senate Bill 534
hist21899Senate Bill 547
hist22023Senate Bill 553
hist22024Senate Bill 574
Concurred in:
hist21879Assembly Bill 107
hist21880Assembly Bill 288
hist21881Assembly Bill 368
hist21882Assembly Bill 422
hist21883Assembly Bill 445
hist21884Assembly Bill 446
hist21885Assembly Bill 447
hist21886Assembly Bill 448
hist21887Assembly Bill 512
hist21888Assembly Bill 515
hist21889Assembly Bill 516
hist21890Assembly Bill 536
hist21891Assembly Bill 565
hist21892Assembly Bill 589
hist21893Assembly Bill 592
hist21894Assembly Bill 637
hist21898Assembly Bill 683
hist22081Assembly Joint Resolution 88
hist21895Assembly Joint Resolution 94
Amended and concurred in as amended:
hist21876Assembly Bill 258 (Senate amendment 1 adopted)
Action on the Senate Message
Senate Joint Resolution 69
Relating to: honoring the life of Leo H. LaFernier Sr.
By Senator Jauch; cosponsored by Representatives Bewley and Milroy.
hist21869To committee on Rules.
Senate Joint Resolution 71
Relating to: proclaiming June as Pelvic Organ Prolapse Awareness Month.
By Senators Lazich and L. Taylor; cosponsored by Representatives Endsley, Skowronski and Johnson.
hist21868To committee on Rules.
Senate Bill 348
Relating to: the sales and use tax exemption for aircraft parts, maintenance, and labor.
By Senators Ellis, Lasee, Gudex, Grothman, Cowles and Farrow; cosponsored by Representatives Steineke, Kaufert, Hintz, Sinicki, Murphy, Kahl, Bies, A. Ott, Bernard Schaber, Pridemore, Sanfelippo, Kuglitsch, Tittl, Ohnstad, Wachs and Bernier.
hist21819To joint committee on Finance.
Senate Bill 458
Relating to: standards for admission into a course offered by a school district of a pupil enrolled in a home-based private educational program.
By Senator Grothman; cosponsored by Representative J. Ott.
hist21897To committee on Rules.
Senate Bill 497
Relating to: agency discretion in imposing penalties for minor violations of rules by small businesses and granting rule-making authority.
By Senators Gudex, Petrowski, L. Taylor, Grothman and Olsen; cosponsored by Representatives Kapenga, Born, Craig, Hutton, Kulp, LeMahieu, Murphy, Murtha, Schraa and Tittl.
hist21904To committee on Rules.
Senate Bill 517
Relating to: collection of certain utility arrearages by a municipal utility and the provision of municipal utility service to tenants.
By Senators Lasee, Schultz, Olsen, Grothman and L. Taylor; cosponsored by Representatives Jacque, Thiesfeldt, Kahl, Steineke, Kulp, Sanfelippo, Ballweg, Vruwink, Tittl, Bies, Strachota, Pridemore, Murtha, Jagler and Krug.
hist21874To committee on Rules.
Senate Bill 531
Relating to: eligibility for a broker's or salesperson's license or a time-share salesperson's certificate of registration following a criminal conviction, immunity for employing real estate brokers in certain actions, granting rule-making authority, and providing a penalty.
By Senators Farrow and Schultz; cosponsored by Representatives Knudson, Murtha, Brooks, Jacque, Kahl, Krug, A. Ott and Bernier.
hist21905To committee on Rules.
Senate Bill 534
Relating to: the regulation of mortgage loan originators, mortgage brokers, and mortgage bankers.
By Senators Lasee and Schultz; cosponsored by Representatives Weininger, Craig, Sanfelippo, Kahl, Steineke, Richards, Murphy, Goyke, Knodl and Ballweg.
hist21906To committee on Rules.
Senate Bill 547
Relating to: adaptive management plans for reducing discharges of phosphorus and total suspended solids to the waters of the state and a statewide variance to the water quality standard for phosphorus for certain dischargers.
By Senators Cowles, Farrow, Petrowski, Grothman and Darling; cosponsored by Representatives Loudenbeck, Krug, Steineke, Spiros, Bies, Marklein, Czaja, Ballweg, Tauchen, Thiesfeldt, LeMahieu, Weininger, Kaufert and Klenke.
hist21907To committee on Rules.
Assembly Bill 258
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, Ballweg, Bernier, Bies, Brooks, Doyle, Jacque, Kolste, T. Larson, LeMahieu, A. Ott, Ripp, Spiros, Stone, Thiesfeldt and Weatherston; cosponsored by Senators Tiffany, Farrow and Hansen.
hist21877To committee on Rules.
During today’s session, the following visitors honored the Assembly by their presence and were welcomed by the presiding officer and the members:
Samantha Olsen, Alberto Rodriguez, Alyssa Young and Tammy Stahl from Lakeshore Technical College, guests of Representative Tittl.
Todd Hadler, Tiffani Schley and Ann Depagter of the Wisconsin Counselors Association in Manitowoc, guests of Representative Tittl.
Tiffany Vazquez, guest and intern of Representative Barca.
Mason Lombard, Victoria Schmidt, Sara Garland, Samantha Linden, high school students visiting from Northwestern Wisconsin, guests of Representative Milroy.
Representatives from the Chippewa Valley Technical College, Joseph Flackey, Beverly Taylor and Lee Vang, guests of Representative Bernier.
Jessica Strupp, Miss Teen Washington County, guest of Representative LeMahieu.
Rick Wickland, Sun Prairie Utilities Manager, guest of Representative Hebl.
Dave Euclide, Sun Prairie Utilities Customer Service Manager, guest of Representative Hebl.
Representatives of the Wisconsin Tavern League, Sharon Hough of the Trading Post in Barnes and Eric Olson of the Battle Axe in Iron River, guests of Representative Bewley.
Makela Portwood and Karly Sutherland, sophomore students at Solon Springs High School, guests of Representative Bewley.
Sam Gilbertson, a senior at the University of Wisconsin- Madison majoring in Political Science, guest and intern of Representative Bewley.
Students from Lakeshore Technical partaking in the Wisconsin Student Government Association’s Legislative Seminar, Trevor Casper, Velyi Lor and Athena Bostwick-Kuntsmann, guests of Representative Endsley.
Benjamin Nusz, Renewable Thermal Energy Technician Instructor at Mid-State Technical College, guest of Representative Shankland.