One-Hundred and Second Regular Session
MONDAY, November 9, 2015
The Chief Clerk makes the following entries under the above date:
hist44211Assembly Amendment 3 to Assembly Bill 368 offered by Representative Steffen. hist44212Assembly Amendment 4 to Assembly Bill 368 offered by Representative Steffen.
Introduction and Reference of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
Relating to: appointment of the state superintendent of public instruction by the governor with the advice and consent of the senate (first consideration).
By Representatives Sanfelippo, Craig, Nygren, Brandtjen, Macco, Jacque, Skowronski and Weatherston; cosponsored by Senators Kapenga and Nass.
Relating to: option for each county to combine the offices of county clerk, register of deeds, and treasurer (first consideration).
By Representatives Sanfelippo, Brandtjen, Craig, Hutton, Kleefisch, Kooyenga and Kremer.
hist44221To committee on Urban and Local Affairs.
Relating to: allowing taxpayers to claim early stage seed investment credits for investments in the fund of funds.
By Representatives Neylon, Krug, Doyle, Edming, T. Larson, Murphy, Rohrkaste, Tittl and R. Brooks; cosponsored by Senator Darling.
Relating to: animals believed to have been involved in crimes against animals, when a stray or abandoned animal may be considered unclaimed, and a court order relating to an animal taken into or held in custody.
By Representatives Spiros, Bowen, Rohrkaste, Gannon, Jagler, Milroy, A. Ott, Subeck, Kleefisch, Sinicki, Johnson, Allen, Goyke, Ohnstad, R. Brooks, Bernier, Weatherston, C. Taylor, Zamarripa and Brostoff; cosponsored by Senator Petrowski.
hist44215To committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety.
Relating to: requiring an evaluation by a local educational agency of whether a pupil with an extended absence from school is a child with a disability.
By Representatives Mason, Berceau, Bowen, Hintz, Meyers, Milroy, Sinicki and C. Taylor; cosponsored by Senator Wirch.
Relating to: recodification of the child abuse and neglect reporting law; making probation agents, parole agents, and certain employees, contractors, and volunteers of schools and institutions of higher education mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect; training in child abuse and neglect identification, laws, and procedures and in human trafficking identification for certain employees, contractors, and volunteers of schools; eliminating an exception to the child abuse reporting requirement for providers of certain health care services when the suspected or threatened abuse consists of sexual intercourse or contact with a child; definitions of physical injury and neglect for purposes of mandated reporting of child abuse and neglect; and granting rule-making authority.
By Representatives Brandtjen, Jacque, Neylon, Gannon, Horlacher, Kleefisch, Krug, T. Larson, Murphy, Pope, Sinicki, Thiesfeldt and Tittl; cosponsored by Senator L. Taylor.
Relating to: utility aid payments to towns and counties for production plants that generate electricity from wind power.
By Representatives Thiesfeldt, Kremer and Ballweg; cosponsored by Senator Lasee.
hist44218To committee on Energy and Utilities.
Relating to: requiring vehicles to stop for pedestrians at certain intersections and crosswalks.
By Representatives Genrich, Steffen, Goyke, Jorgensen, Sinicki, Berceau, C. Taylor, Kolste, Subeck, Ohnstad, Wachs and Zamarripa; cosponsored by Senators Lassa and L. Taylor.
The joint committee on Finance reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 453
Relating to: requiring the Family Care benefit and self-directed services option to be provided in Rock County.
Ayes: 16 - Senators Darling, Olsen, Harsdorf, Vukmir, Tiffany, Marklein, L. Taylor, Erpenbach, Nygren, Kooyenga, Loudenbeck, Knudson, Schraa, Czaja, C. Taylor and Hintz.
Joint Committee on Finance
November 6, 2015
Patrick E. Fuller
Assembly Chief Clerk
17 West Main Street, Suite 401
Madison, WI 53703
Dear Chief Clerk Fuller:
hist43888Please add my name as a co-author of Assembly Bill 364, relating to reporting, disclosure, and practitioner review requirements under the prescription drug monitoring program; providing an exemption from emergency rule procedures; and granting rule-making authority. hist43889Please add my name as a co-author of Assembly Bill 365, relating to duty of law enforcement officers to report to the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program controlled-substance violations, opioid-related drug overdoses or deaths, and reports of stolen prescription drugs. hist43890Please add my name as a co-author of Assembly Bill 367, relating to reporting by treatment programs using methadone and requiring review of prescription drug monitoring database.