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hist11370The question was: Concurrence of Assembly Joint Resolution 55?
Concurred in.
Assembly Joint Resolution 56
Relating to: recognizing October 6 as German-American Day.
hist11372The question was: Concurrence of Assembly Joint Resolution 56?
Concurred in.
hist11377Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that Assembly Joint Resolution 58 be withdrawn from the committee on Senate Organization and taken up at this time.
Assembly Joint Resolution 58
Relating to: declaring October 2013 Co-op Month.
hist11378The question was: Concurrence of Assembly Joint Resolution 58?
Concurred in.
hist11379Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that Assembly Joint Resolution 59 be withdrawn from the committee on Senate Organization and taken up at this time.
Assembly Joint Resolution 59
Relating to: Disability Awareness Month.
hist11380The question was: Concurrence of Assembly Joint Resolution 59?
Concurred in.
hist11382Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that Assembly Joint Resolution 54 be withdrawn from the committee on Senate Organization and taken up at this time.
Assembly Joint Resolution 54
Relating to: congratulating Steve Walters on being named Wisconsin Journalist of the Year.
hist14796Senator Vinehout, with unanimous consent, asked that all members of the Senate be added as cosponsors of Assembly Joint Resolution 54.
hist11388The question was: Concurrence of Assembly Joint Resolution 54?
Concurred in.
Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that all action be immediately messaged to the Assembly:
hist11398Assembly Joint Resolution 54
hist11402Assembly Joint Resolution 55
hist11403Assembly Joint Resolution 56
hist11396Assembly Joint Resolution 58
hist11397Assembly Joint Resolution 59
hist11399Senate Joint Resolution 45
hist11400Senate Joint Resolution 54
hist11401Senate Joint Resolution 56
Messaged.
Senate Bill 179
Relating to: miscellaneous provisions related to rental and vehicle towing practices and eviction proceedings, prohibitions on enacting ordinances that place certain limitations or requirements on landlords, providing an exemption from emergency rule procedures, granting rule-making authority.
hist11389Senator Ellis, with unanimous consent, asked that Senate Bill 179 be placed at the foot of the 11th order of business on today’s calendar.
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Second reading and amendments of senate joint resolutions and
senate bills
Senate Bill 152
Relating to: exemption from regulation for certain annuities and providing a penalty.
hist11658Read a second time.
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In the chair
Pursuant to Senate Rule 2 (1), Senator Kedzie in the chair.
hist11390The question was: Adoption of Senate Substitute Amendment 1 to Senate Bill 152?
Adopted.
hist11391Ordered to a third reading.
hist11392Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that the bill be considered for final action at this time.
hist11393Senate Bill 152
Read a third time and passed.
Senate Bill 155
Relating to: the prohibition on telephone solicitations to residential customers, granting rule-making authority, and making an appropriation.
hist11394Read a second time.
Senator Tiffany moved that Senate Amendment 1 to Senate Bill 155 be laid on the table.
hist11404The question was: Shall Senate Amendment 1 to Senate Bill 155 be laid on the table?
The ayes and noes were demanded and the vote was: ayes, 18; noes, 15; absent or not voting, 0; as follows:
Ayes - Senators Cowles, Darling, Ellis, Farrow, S. Fitzgerald, Grothman, Gudex, Harsdorf, Kedzie, Lasee, Lazich, Leibham, Moulton, Olsen, Petrowski, Schultz, Tiffany and Vukmir - 18.
Noes - Senators Carpenter, T. Cullen, Erpenbach, Hansen, Harris, Jauch, C. Larson, Lassa, Lehman, Miller, Risser, Shilling, L. Taylor, Vinehout and Wirch - 15.
Absent or not voting - None.
Tabled.
hist11405Ordered to a third reading.
hist11406Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that the bill be considered for final action at this time.
hist11407Senate Bill 155
Read a third time.
The question was: Passage of Senate Bill 155?
The ayes and noes were required and the vote was: ayes, 33; noes, 0; absent or not voting, 0; as follows:
Ayes - Senators Carpenter, Cowles, T. Cullen, Darling, Ellis, Erpenbach, Farrow, S. Fitzgerald, Grothman, Gudex, Hansen, Harris, Harsdorf, Jauch, Kedzie, C. Larson, Lasee, Lassa, Lazich, Lehman, Leibham, Miller, Moulton, Olsen, Petrowski, Risser, Schultz, Shilling, L. Taylor, Tiffany, Vinehout, Vukmir and Wirch - 33.
Noes - None.
Absent or not voting - None.
Passed.
Senate Bill 250
Relating to: temporary alcohol beverage retail licenses issued to fair associations.
hist11408Read a second time.
hist11409Ordered to a third reading.
hist11410Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that the bill be considered for final action at this time.
hist11411Senate Bill 250
Read a third time and passed.
Senate Bill 275
Relating to: the role of the clerk of a circuit court in filing the oath and bond of a municipal judge; signatures on citations or complaints alleging a violation of a municipal ordinance; the fee for a transcript of an electronic recording of municipal court proceedings; and the authority of a municipal court judge to order a default judgment against a defendant who fails to appear at trial.
hist11412Read a second time.
hist11413Ordered to a third reading.
hist11414Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that the bill be considered for final action at this time.
hist11415Senate Bill 275
Read a third time and passed.
hist11416Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that Senate Bill 310 be withdrawn and taken up at this time.
Senate Bill 310
Relating to: the definitions of an all-terrain vehicle and a utility terrain vehicle, restrictions on operating an all-terrain vehicle or a utility terrain vehicle on a roadway, and seating requirements for utility terrain vehicles.
hist11417Read a second time.
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