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Wisconsin Beer Commission created, state fair park provisions - AB856
alcohol beverage _ regulationAlcohol beverage -- Regulation
Alcohol sales in Peninsula State Park permitted re golf course and golf clubhouse - AB12
Alcohol sales in Peninsula State Park permitted re golf course and golf clubhouse - SB8
Beer or wine judging or tasting events: exemption to supervision requirement for temporary Class ``B" or ``Class B" license issued to a fair association - SB250
Class ``A" beer retailers and brewers authorized to sell beer in refillable and resealable containers - AB855
Class ``A" beer retailers and brewers authorized to sell beer in refillable and resealable containers - SB658
``Class A" licensed retailer authorized to provide taste samples of intoxicating liquor that is not wine, conditions specified - AB344
``Class A" licensed retailer authorized to provide taste samples of intoxicating liquor that is not wine, conditions specified - SB535
``Class B" license: municipal quota exception for full-service restaurants modified - AB814
``Class B" license: municipal quota exception for full-service restaurants modified - SB586
``Class B" license quota formula modified to allow a municipality one additional liquor license for ADA accessible establishment under certain conditions - AB632
``Class B" license: Town of Union authorized to exceed quota - AB168
``Class B" licensed premises: wineries allowed to provide taste samples at trade association events - AB600
``Class B" licensed premises: wineries allowed to provide taste samples at trade association events - SB453
Closing hour for wineries operating under a retail ``Class B" license changed, ordinance provision - AB813
Closing hour for wineries operating under a retail ``Class B" license changed, ordinance provision - SB562
Closing hour for wineries operating under a retail ``Class B" license changed, ordinance provision; carry-ins of distilled spirits and beer on a ``Class B" licensed retail winery premises permitted for special events - AB815
Closing hour for wineries operating under a retail ``Class B" license changed, ordinance provision; carry-ins of distilled spirits and beer on a ``Class B" licensed retail winery premises permitted for special events - SB597
Commercial quadricycle: definition, exception to prohibition on consuming beer in a public place without a retail alcohol beverage license, municipal ordinance provisions, and prohibiting the driver from consuming alcohol, penalty provisions - SB291
Commercial quadricycle: definition, ordinance exception allowing consumption of alcohol beverages on, and prohibiting driver from consuming alcohol, penalty provisions [A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions] - AB169
High-concentration alcohol beverage sale prohibited, penalty provisions; JRCCP report - AB642
Municipalities prohibited from providing alcohol beverage retail license holder with a device capable of scanning DOT-issued ID cards and driver's licenses - AB535
Municipalities prohibited from providing alcohol beverage retail license holder with a device capable of scanning DOT-issued ID cards and driver's licenses - SB433
Underage alcohol violations: retailers provided with a private right of action against violators, exception provision [A.Amdt.1: reporting incident to law enforcement added as a condition of bringing a civil action] - AB61
Underage alcohol violations: retailers provided with a private right of action against violators, exception provision - SB46
Underage person on premises licensed for retail sale of alcohol beverages: prohibition exception for banquet or hospitality room of a winery as part of a tour - AB601
Underage person on premises licensed for retail sale of alcohol beverages: prohibition exception for banquet or hospitality room of a winery as part of a tour - SB452
Wisconsin Beer Commission created, state fair park provisions - AB856
alcohol beverage _ sale to minorsAlcohol beverage -- Sale to minors, see also Identification cards
Illegal consumption of alcohol beverages by underage persons: adults prohibited from knowingly permitting or failing to take action to prevent on property owned and occupied by the adult or under the adult's control - AB209
Underage alcohol violations: law enforcement cannot issue citation if emergency medical assistance is requested via 911; UW System cannot impose disciplinary sanctions if the exemption applies; penalties for false reports; JRCCP report - AB256
Underage alcohol violations: law enforcement cannot issue citation if emergency medical assistance is requested via 911; UW System cannot impose disciplinary sanctions if the exemption applies; penalties for false reports; JRCCP report - SB222
Underage alcohol violations: retailers provided with a private right of action against violators, exception provision [A.Amdt.1: reporting incident to law enforcement added as a condition of bringing a civil action] - AB61
Underage alcohol violations: retailers provided with a private right of action against violators, exception provision - SB46
Underage person on premises licensed for retail sale of alcohol beverages: prohibition exception for banquet or hospitality room of a winery as part of a tour - AB601
Underage person on premises licensed for retail sale of alcohol beverages: prohibition exception for banquet or hospitality room of a winery as part of a tour - SB452
Underage person prohibited on school premises with detectable alcohol concentration in blood or breath, forfeiture provision; school administrator's written permission to have alcohol on school premises does not apply to underage persons - SB462
County community programs board required to include person or family member of person who has received services for mental illness, developmental disability, alcoholism, or drug dependency; law enforcement officer; and hospital employee or representative among appointees - AB436
County community programs board required to include person or family member of person who has received services for mental illness, developmental disability, alcoholism, or drug dependency; law enforcement officer; and hospital employee or representative among appointees - SB128
Veterans home eligibility: care needs include chronic alcoholism, drug addiction, psychosis, or active tuberculosis - SB403
algaeAlgae, see Weeds
alienAlien
Land ownership by nonresident aliens [Sec. 2272-2274, 2293; original bill only] - AB40
UW System and technical colleges nonresident tuition: restoring exemption for an alien who is not a legal resident of the U.S. but graduated from a Wisconsin high school or equivalent, lived continuously in Wisconsin for 3 years, and enrolled in an institution and provided an affidavit re filing for permanent U.S. residency - AB785
alimony _maintenance_Alimony (maintenance), see Divorce
all_terrain vehicle _atv_All-terrain vehicle (ATV), see Recreation vehicle
als _amyotrophic lateral sclerosis_ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis), see Disease
alternate care servicesAlternate care services, see Juvenile delinquency
altmann, joseph jamesAltmann, Joseph James
Life and military service commended - SJR13
american recovery and reinvestment act of 2009 _arra_American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), see Federal aid
amusementAmusement
Accessibility for the blind or visually impaired reports from various state agencies; definition of ``service animal" re public places of accommodation or amusement and the open housing law - SB661
Cosmetologist required training hours reduced; cosmetology and barbering licensure requirement exemption for a service performed prior to a live performance or production of a moving or still image for public release or broadcast - AB503
Cosmetologist required training hours reduced; cosmetology and barbering licensure requirement exemption for a service performed prior to a live performance or production of a moving or still image for public release or broadcast [S.Admt.1: recognition of accredited schools of barbering, cosmetology, aesthetics, manicuring, and electrology added; rule-making authority of DSPS] - SB395
Crane games: chapter regulating operation of repealed [Sec. 461, 2256] - AB40
Entertainer surety bond revised [A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions, travel expenses provision added] - AB107
Film production services tax credit and film production services and film production company investment credits restored and limits increased - AB912
Hospitality business advertising: income and franchise tax credits created - AB16
Hospitality business advertising: income and franchise tax credits created - SB181
Inattentive driving: current prohibitions revised; prohibition created re electronic device activated and providing entertainment by visual means, exceptions provided - AB124
Tax credits sunsetted re relocated business, community development finance, biodiesel fuel, dairy and livestock farm, dairy manufacturing, meat processing, woody biomass, food processing plant, Internet equipment, film production, HIRSP assessment, fuel pumps, postsecondary education, water consumption, beginning farmer, research facilities, and qualified research [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 1304d-f, 1331d, 1338b-u, 1344b-d, em-g, 1345b-e, 1347b-f, 1348d, e, 1383j, 1390b-u, 1395b-e, f-h, 1396b-1398f, i-L, 1419h, 1426b-u, 1431b-e, es-h, 1432b-1434f, i-L] - AB40
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis _als_Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), see Disease
anatomical giftAnatomical gift, see Transplant
Animals taken into custody on behalf of a political subdivision: laws revised - SB319
Deer management assistance program established in DNR [Sec. 280, 551, 9132 (3)] - AB40
Electric service provider: civil liability exemption for damage to animals, individuals, or property - AB257
Elk introduced into specified counties; DNR duties and hunting season provision [Sec. 560, 573; A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions] - AB40
Game taken by a tribal member on Indian land and transported off that land: requirements created; DNR duties [A.Amdt.1: license, permit, or authorization from member's tribe required] - AB30
Possession of certain wild animals: laws revised re dangerous exotic animals; ordinance and DNR authority provisions - AB703
Wild animal protection surcharge: court may impose a higher surcharge for deer, elk, or bear of a certain size; DNR duties - AB497
Wild animal protection surcharge: court may impose a higher surcharge for deer, elk, or bear of a certain size; DNR duties - SB380
Woodchucks defined as ``game animal" and ``fur-bearing animal" and DNR to establish open season for hunting and trapping - AB137
Woodchucks defined as ``game animal" and ``fur-bearing animal" and DNR to establish open season for hunting and trapping - SB164
animal _ diseaseAnimal -- Disease
Bonus deer hunting permits re CWD area; DNR duties re recommendations from deer management expert's report [Sec. 278, 279, 287, 552, 553-559, 564-567, 572, 9132 (2); A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions] - AB40
animal _ treatmentAnimal -- Treatment
Animal cruelty resulting in great bodily harm, disfigurement, or death made a felony; adequate food and water and abandonment provisions; court may order psychological assessment or counseling and bar a violator from owning an animal - AB486
Animal cruelty resulting in great bodily harm, disfigurement, or death made a felony; adequate food and water and abandonment provisions; court may order psychological assessment or counseling and bar a violator from owning an animal - SB399
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