The Assembly reconvened.
Speaker Pro Tempore August in the chair.
Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent for a quorum call. Granted.
A quorum was present.
Message from the Senate
From: Jeffrey Renk, Senate Chief Clerk.
I am directed to inform you that the Senate has
Passed and asks concurrence in:
Amended and concurred in as amended:
hist53038Assembly Bill 40 (Senate amendment 1 adopted) hist53039Assembly Bill 41 (Senate substitute amendment 1 as amended by Senate amendment 1 to Senate substitute amendment 1 adopted) hist53040Assembly Bill 580 (Senate amendment 1 adopted)
Action on the Senate Message
Senate Bill 298
Relating to: trolling permits issued to persons whose sight is impaired.
By Senator Stroebel; cosponsored by Representatives Kremer, Horlacher, Thiesfeldt, Steffen, Bernier, Genrich and Sargent.
Senate Bill 372
Relating to: single trip permits for the movement of oversize factory-built homes.
By Senators Moulton and Petrowski; cosponsored by Representatives Kulp, Edming and Ripp.
Senate Bill 402
Relating to: establishment of a dietetic internship program and granting rule-making authority.
By Senators Roth, Olsen, Bewley, Lassa and Stroebel; cosponsored by Representatives Rohrkaste, Novak, Ballweg, Bernier, R. Brooks, Jacque, Kolste, Kremer, Murphy, A. Ott, Petryk, Ripp, Steffen, Subeck, Tauchen, C. Taylor, VanderMeer and Kooyenga.
Senate Bill 485
Relating to: supplemental forfeitures for trade and consumer protection violations perpetrated against the elderly and disabled and providing a penalty.
By Senators Wanggaard, Harris Dodd, Lassa, Moulton, Nass, Olsen, Ringhand and Wirch; cosponsored by Representatives VanderMeer, Bernier, E. Brooks, Horlacher, T. Larson, Macco, A. Ott, Petryk, Rohrkaste, Sinicki, Weatherston and Ballweg.
During today’s session, the following visitors honored the Assembly by their presence and were welcomed by the presiding officer and the members:
Maureen and Mike Matusewic from Hurley, guests of Representative Meyers.
Laura Wilk, guest and intern of Representative Sargent.
Wisconsin Senate Scholars’ Program participants accompanied by Dr Wehrle, guests of Representative Sargent.
Ally Counts, guest of Representative Hesselbein.
Matt Hansen, guest and intern of Representative Stuck.
Becky Sweeney, departing Chief of Staff of Representative Jorgensen.
Representative Hebl asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in memory of Caroline Nosal of Sun Prairie, who passed away unexpectedly on February 2 at the age of 24. Granted.
Representative Hebl asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in memory of Bobbie Holzem of Sun Prairie, who passed away on January 30 at the age of 90. Granted.
Representative Allen asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in memory of E.D. Cooper, long time executive director of the Republican Party of Waukesha County, who passed away recently. Granted.
Representative Riemer asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in memory of his grandmother, Ruby Riemer of Milwaukee, who passed away on January 28. Granted.
Representative Spreitzer asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of his mother, Carole Spreitzer, on the occasion of her 73rd birthday today. Granted.
Representative Tittl asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of his Savior Jesus Christ and his 30 year relationship with Him. Granted.
Representative Wachs asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of Bernard Webber, Andrew Fitzgerald, Richard Livesey, and Ervin Maske. The four United States Coast Guard men saved the lives of 32 Merchant Marines aboard the SS Pendleton, which was damaged in a winter storm off of Cape Cod, in February 1952. Their story was the inspiration for the new Disney film, The Finest Hours. Mr. Maske’s daughter, Anita Jevne, lives in Eau Claire. Granted.