Assembly Journal
One-Hundred and Second Regular Session
  TUESDAY, December 22, 2015
The Chief Clerk makes the following entries under the above date:
Amendments Offered
hist45868Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 429 offered by Representative Macco.
hist45795Assembly Amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 470 offered by Representative Mursau.
hist45765Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 501 offered by Representative Spiros.
hist45766Assembly Amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 521 offered by Representative Spiros.
hist45787Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 527 offered by Representative Kleefisch.
Administrative Rules
Relating to submission of data to the prescription drug monitoring program.
Submitted by Controlled Substances Board.
hist45653Report received from Agency, December 17, 2015.
hist45856To committee on Health.
Referred on December 22, 2015.
Relating to the Injured Patients and Families Compensation Fund annual fund and mediation panel fees for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2015.
hist45628No action taken by committee on Insurance on December 11, 2015.
hist45629To joint committee for review of Administrative Rules pursuant to s. 227.19 (5) (a), Wisconsin Statutes.
Referred on December 17, 2015.
Introduction and Reference of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
hist45438Assembly Joint Resolution 90
Relating to: commending the Milwaukee Area Technical College for their dedicated commitment to students, their families, and the Milwaukee area community through their outstanding work in creating the MATC Promise program.
By Representatives Zamarripa, Barnes, Bowen, Brostoff, Goyke, Johnson, Kessler, Riemer, Sinicki, Young, Zepnick, Berceau, Jorgensen, Mason, Ohnstad, Spreitzer, Sargent and C. Taylor; cosponsored by Senators Carpenter, L. Taylor, Harris Dodd, C. Larson and Shilling.
hist45836To committee on Rules.
hist45575Assembly Joint Resolution 91
Relating to: congratulating the city of Madison on achieving Platinum status as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists.
By Representatives Subeck, Berceau, Kahl, Sargent, C. Taylor, Ballweg, Considine, Genrich, Goyke, Hebl, Hintz, Jorgensen, Pope, Ripp, Spreitzer, Wachs and Zepnick; cosponsored by Senators Risser and Miller.
hist45837To committee on Rules.
hist45325Assembly Bill 604
Relating to: suspension of operating privilege for failure to pay monetary judgment.
By Representatives Spiros, Mason, Ballweg, Hesselbein, Sinicki, Horlacher, Kolste, Kulp, Bowen, Riemer, Spreitzer, Goyke, Kahl, Pope, Brostoff, Berceau, Loudenbeck, Johnson, Hebl, Ohnstad, Young, A. Ott, Considine and Ripp; cosponsored by Senators Petrowski, Harris Dodd, L. Taylor, Ringhand, Hansen and Lasee.
hist45838To committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety.
hist45326Assembly Bill 605
Relating to: campaign finance reporting by social welfare organizations; individual contribution limits to political parties and committees; political disbursements and obligations by corporations, cooperative associations; and labor organizations and the scope of regulated activity and reporting of certain activity under the campaign finance law.
By Representatives Berceau, Sargent, Spreitzer, Genrich, Stuck, Wachs, Kolste, Brostoff, Sinicki, Goyke, C. Taylor, Ohnstad, Considine, Billings, Kessler, Jorgensen, Zamarripa, Barca and Shankland; cosponsored by Senators Ringhand, C. Larson, Lassa, Vinehout and Erpenbach.
hist45839To committee on Campaigns and Elections.
hist45327Assembly Bill 606
Relating to: continuing education requirements for private detectives and granting rule-making authority.
By Representatives T. Larson, Ballweg, Krug, A. Ott, Schraa and Skowronski; cosponsored by Senators Moulton and Nass.
hist45840To committee on Workforce Development.
hist45377Assembly Bill 607
Relating to: payments to child care providers, preventing fraud in the child care subsidy program, providing an exemption from rule-making procedures, and making an appropriation.
By Representatives Johnson, C. Taylor, Zamarripa, Barca, Ohnstad, Subeck, Goyke, Wachs, Bowen, Jorgensen, Sinicki, Billings, Shankland, Kolste, Considine, Sargent, Hebl, Berceau, Spreitzer and Brostoff; cosponsored by Senators Harris Dodd, Lassa, Ringhand, C. Larson, Carpenter and Wirch.
hist45841To committee on Children and Families.
Committee Reports
The committee on Energy and Utilities reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 547
Relating to: trespass and damage to property owned or used by an energy provider and providing a criminal penalty.
hist45819Assembly Amendment 1 adoption:
Ayes: 15 - Representatives Kuglitsch, Steffen, T. Larson, Jacque, Petersen, Weatherston, Tranel, Jarchow, Petryk, Neylon, Zepnick, Kahl, Sargent, Genrich and Stuck.
Noes: 0.
hist45820Passage as amended:
Ayes: 14 - Representatives Kuglitsch, Steffen, T. Larson, Jacque, Petersen, Weatherston, Tranel, Petryk, Neylon, Zepnick, Kahl, Sargent, Genrich and Stuck.
Noes: 1 - Representative Jarchow.
hist45821To committee on Rules.
Assembly Bill 554
Relating to: out-of-state sewer and water affiliates of public utility holding companies and the sale or lease of municipal water or sewer public utilities to investor-owned public utilities.
hist45816Assembly Amendment 1 adoption:
Ayes: 12 - Representatives Kuglitsch, Steffen, T. Larson, Jacque, Petersen, Weatherston, Tranel, Jarchow, Petryk, Neylon, Zepnick and Kahl.
Noes: 3 - Representatives Sargent, Genrich and Stuck.