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Relating to: appealing a municipal court matter after review by a circuit court.
hist33571Read a second time.
hist33572Ordered to a third reading.
hist33573Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that the rules be suspended and the bill be given its third reading.
Assembly Bill 3
hist33574Read a third time and concurred in.
Assembly Bill 4
Relating to: incorporation of the town of Ledgeview in Brown County.
hist33575Read a second time.
hist33576Ordered to a third reading.
hist33577Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that the rules be suspended and the bill be given its third reading.
Assembly Bill 4
hist33578Read a third time and concurred in.
Assembly Bill 5
Relating to: intimidating a witness.
hist33584Read a second time.
hist33585Ordered to a third reading.
hist33586Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that the rules be suspended and the bill be given its third reading.
Assembly Bill 5
hist33587Read a third time and concurred in.
Assembly Bill 10
Relating to: jurisdiction in matters relating to domestic abuse restraining orders and injunctions, child and at-risk adult abuse restraining orders and injunctions, and harassment restraining orders and injunctions.
hist33580Read a second time.
hist33581Ordered to a third reading.
hist33582Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that the rules be suspended and the bill be given its third reading.
Assembly Bill 10
hist33583Read a third time and concurred in.
Assembly Bill 11
Relating to: the newspaper recycling fee and the recycled content of newsprint used in newspapers.
hist33588Read a second time.
hist33589Ordered to a third reading.
hist33593Senator Farrow, with unanimous consent, asked that the rules be suspended and the bill be given its third reading.
Assembly Bill 11
hist33592Read a third time and concurred in.
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In the Chair
Senate President Lazich in the chair.
1:31 P.M.
Assembly Bill 14
Relating to: the regulation of raffles.
hist33594Read a second time.
hist33595Ordered to a third reading.
hist33596Senator Farrow, with unanimous consent, asked that the rules be suspended and the bill be given its third reading.
Assembly Bill 14
hist33597Read a third time and concurred in.
Assembly Bill 16
Relating to: posters regarding the national human trafficking resource center hotline.
hist33599Read a second time.
hist33600Ordered to a third reading.
hist33601Senator Farrow, with unanimous consent, asked that the rules be suspended and the bill be given its third reading.
Assembly Bill 16
hist33602Read a third time and concurred in.
Assembly Bill 17
Relating to: renewal of a certificate of food protection practices for certificate holders that operate or manage a restaurant employing five or fewer food handlers.
hist33604Read a second time.
hist33605Ordered to a third reading.
hist33606Senator Farrow, with unanimous consent, asked that the rules be suspended and the bill be given its third reading.
Assembly Bill 17
hist33607Read a third time and concurred in.
Assembly Bill 18
Relating to: taste samples of intoxicating liquor provided on certain retail licensed premises.
hist33609Read a second time.
hist33624Ordered to a third reading.
hist33610Senator Farrow, with unanimous consent, asked that the rules be suspended and the bill be given its third reading.
Assembly Bill 18
hist33611Read a third time and concurred in.
Senator Farrow, with unanimous consent, asked that all action be immediately messaged to the Assembly:
hist33614Assembly Bill 2
hist33615Assembly Bill 3
hist33616Assembly Bill 4
hist33618Assembly Bill 5
hist33617Assembly Bill 10
hist33619Assembly Bill 11
hist33620Assembly Bill 14
hist33621Assembly Bill 16
hist33622Assembly Bill 17
hist33623Assembly Bill 18
Messaged.
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Announcements, Adjournment Honors, and Remarks Under
Special Privilege
Senator Harris Dodd, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of the 30th Street Industrial Corridor Corporation and the participants of the 2015 Unite Milwaukee Summit, an anti-violence summit she co-hosted. The 30th Street Industrial Corridor Corporation is a non-profit who works with businesses in Milwaukee to create jobs for community members. Over 150 community neighbors, organizations, and activists came together to brainstorm solutions to violence in their neighborhoods. They were inspiring. They were individuals from every walk of life, every age, every race, and every background. They understood that solutions to violence start on every block and in every neighborhood. Senator Harris Dodd thanks them for their participation in the summit and looks forward to working with them in the coming months to make Milwaukee safer for their children.
Senator Harris Dodd, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of three precious lives that were lost to violence over the last year in Milwaukee: Sierra Guyton, Laylah Petersen, and Bill Thao. 10 year-old Sierra was caught in the crossfire on a playground last May and lost her life. Laylah, at the young age of 5, was fatally shot in November while sitting on her grandfather’s lap. Bill Thao was only 13 months old when he lost his life after bullets were fired into his home this past December. These children should not have died, and Senator Harris Dodd believes it is up to each and every one in this State Capitol to ensure that senseless violence does not take the lives of more children in our state. Her heart goes out to the families and loved ones of these precious children, who were taken prematurely from their families and this world before their time.
Senator Ringhand, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of the Whitewater Girls Basketball team who went undefeated and won the Division 3 State Championship over the weekend.
Senator Vukmir, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of two Milwaukee area high school girls basketball teams that brought home state titles this past weekend. Divine Savior Holy Angels won the Division 1 state championship over formerly unbeaten D.C. Everest by a score of 64-29. It is Divine Savior’s first state title. The Pius XI Lady Popes were crowned the state champions of Division 2 with a convincing 54-36 win over Cedarburg. It’s the Lady Popes’ second state title, having won the Division 1 championship in 2010. Congratulations to all of these young female student-athletes. Your hard work and determination has helped your dreams come dream and given you memories that will last a lifetime.
Senator Wirch, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of a legend in Kenosha, Ralph Tenuta.  His father started Tenuta’s Delicatessen and Ralph runs it today with his son Chris.  It is a family business that has been very successful competing with the big stores.  They have Italian specialties and the famous have been through there.  Rep. Paul Ryan brought President George W. Bush down 52nd Street and stopped at Tenuta’s.  Governors, Archbishops, local politicians have all stopped there and Ralph invites them to have a little something to eat in the back room when they come by.  He is truly an example of how to run a small business.  He has time for everyone who comes in to store, the old world charm of meeting with people and remembering their children who used to work there.  It is an honor to adjourn in honor of whom quite frankly might be the most popular person in Kenosha, Ralph Tenuta.
Senator Harsdorf, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of Grace Nielson who is job shadowing her today. Grace is a Junior at River Falls High School and is interested in possibly running for office someday. She is passionate about making a difference in our world and there is no doubt that she will.
Senator Harsdorf, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in memory of Rex Bailey. Rex passed away earlier this month. Rex has been a dear friend and Senator Harsdorf has many fond memories of Rex and his wife helping in parades. Rex was passionate about learning and could often be found reading one of his many books, a favorite pastime.
Senator Harsdorf, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in memory of Ed Hanson.  Ed was a neighbor farmer who passed away last week at the age of 92. Ed was a lifelong farmer and a true active environmentalist. He was passionate about protecting our lands for future generations and encouraged other farmers to do the same. Ed was blessed to pass away in the same room in the house he was born in. 
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