Senate Journal
One-Hundred and Second Regular Session
1:24 P.M.   THURSDAY, October 29, 2015
The Senate met.
The Senate was called to order by Senator Fitzgerald.
Pursuant to Senate Rule 17 (6), the Chief Clerk makes the following entries under the above date.
Chief Clerk's Entries
Amendments Offered
hist43029Senate Amendment 1 to Senate Bill 313 offered by Senator Olsen.
hist43030Senate Substitute Amendment 1 to Senate Bill 347 offered by Senator Tiffany.
Introduction, First Reading, and Reference of Proposals
Read and referred:
hist42334Senate Joint Resolution 66
Relating to: recognizing the Order of the Arrow, which is the Boy Scouts of America's National Honor Society, on its 100th Anniversary and the significant leadership and service provided to youth and communities across Wisconsin.
By Senators Lazich, Bewley, Cowles, Darling, Harsdorf, C. Larson, Marklein, Nass, Olsen, Petrowski, Ringhand, Vinehout, Vukmir, Wanggaard and Wirch; cosponsored by Representatives Petryk, Sargent, E. Brooks, Considine, Goyke, Hebl, Horlacher, Kitchens, Knudson, Krug, T. Larson, A. Ott, J. Ott, Petersen, Rohrkaste, Spiros, Tittl, Weatherston and Murphy.
hist43031To committee on Senate Organization.
hist42392Senate Joint Resolution 67
Relating to: proclaiming November 2015 as Adoption Month in Wisconsin.
By Senators LeMahieu, Bewley, Cowles, Marklein, Olsen, Ringhand, Risser, Stroebel and Vinehout; cosponsored by Representatives Tittl, Allen, Bowen, Brandtjen, E. Brooks, Duchow, Goyke, Horlacher, Hutton, Jacque, Kerkman, Kleefisch, Kooyenga, Kremer, Krug, Milroy, Murphy, Novak, Petryk, Rohrkaste, Spreitzer, Subeck, Thiesfeldt and Jorgensen.
hist43044To committee on Senate Organization.
Read first time and referred:
hist42201Senate Bill 349
Relating to: use of tanning facilities by minors.
By Senators Risser and Bewley; cosponsored by Representatives A. Ott, Hintz, Milroy, Subeck and Berceau.
hist43032To committee on Health and Human Services.
hist42202Senate Bill 350
Relating to: a requirement that all employers in this state grant a paid leave of absence on Veterans Day to employees who are veterans.
By Senators Hansen, Wirch, Carpenter, L. Taylor and Ringhand; cosponsored by Representatives Wachs, Hesselbein, Brostoff, Jorgensen, Kolste, Mason, Ohnstad, Pope and Zamarripa.
hist43033To committee on Labor and Government Reform.
hist42203Senate Bill 351
Relating to: the Uniform Interstate Enforcement of Domestic Violence Protection Orders Act.
By Senators Risser, Wanggaard, Miller, Olsen, L. Taylor, Ringhand, Cowles, Lassa, Carpenter and Wirch; cosponsored by Representatives Jacque, Kahl, Ballweg, Subeck, Jorgensen, A. Ott, Sinicki, Billings, Johnson and Spreitzer.
hist43034To committee on Judiciary and Public Safety.
hist42204Senate Bill 352
Relating to: paid sick leave.
By Senators Harris Dodd, C. Larson, Lassa, Miller, Risser, L. Taylor and Wirch; cosponsored by Representatives Mason, Sargent, Barnes, Berceau, Bowen, Brostoff, Considine, Genrich, Goyke, Hesselbein, Johnson, Jorgensen, Kessler, Ohnstad, Riemer, Shankland, Sinicki, Subeck, C. Taylor, Young and Zamarripa.
hist43035To committee on Labor and Government Reform.
hist42206Senate Bill 353
Relating to: disclosure of pupil records that are pertinent to addressing a pupil's educational needs to the Department of Children and Families, a county department of human services or social services, or a tribal organization that is legally responsible for the care and protection of the pupil.
By Senators Darling, Wanggaard, Bewley, Gudex, Harsdorf, C. Larson, Lassa, Olsen, Petrowski and L. Taylor; cosponsored by Representatives Ballweg, Genrich, Horlacher, Hutton, Johnson, Kitchens, Knodl, Murphy, A. Ott, Rodriguez, Steffen and Subeck.
hist43036To committee on Health and Human Services.
hist42207Senate Bill 354
Relating to: funding for the Florence Wild Rivers Interpretive Center.
By Senator Tiffany; cosponsored by Representative Swearingen.
hist43037To committee on Sporting Heritage, Mining, and Forestry.
hist42210Senate Bill 355
Relating to: limitations on borrowing by school districts and the use by school districts of resolutions and referenda to authorize bonding for capital projects or increase revenue limits and scheduling of school district referendums to exceed revenue limits.
By Senators Stroebel, Lasee and Kapenga; cosponsored by Representatives Schraa, Jacque, Tittl, Edming, R. Brooks, T. Larson, Knodl, Skowronski, Murphy, Craig, Jarchow, Petersen, Gannon, Sanfelippo, Kremer, Neylon and Brandtjen.
hist43038To committee on Elections and Local Government.
hist42335Senate Bill 356
Relating to: providing additional funding for the Transform Milwaukee Jobs program and the Transitional Jobs program and making an appropriation.
By Senators Harris Dodd, Carpenter, Lassa, Ringhand and L. Taylor; cosponsored by Representatives Riemer, Barnes, Johnson, Goyke, Berceau, Mason, Sinicki, Subeck, Zamarripa, Pope, Spreitzer, Bowen, Wachs and Ohnstad.
hist43039To committee on Health and Human Services.
hist42336Senate Bill 357
Relating to: overtime pay for law enforcement officers employed by amusement or recreational establishments and requiring the exercise of rule-making authority.
By Senators Shilling, Lassa, L. Taylor and Wirch; cosponsored by Representatives Mason, Ohnstad, Pope, Sinicki and C. Taylor.
hist43040To committee on Labor and Government Reform.
hist42337Senate Bill 358
Relating to: prevention specialist-in-training certification.
By Senator Harsdorf; cosponsored by Representatives Jarchow, Allen, Kleefisch, Knodl and Rohrkaste.
hist43041To committee on Health and Human Services.
hist42393Senate Bill 359
Relating to: a trapping mentorship program, restrictions on taking or appropriating a trap or its contents, and requirements for tagging traps.
By Senators Moulton and Harsdorf; cosponsored by Representatives Quinn, Rohrkaste, A. Ott, Horlacher, Petryk, Allen, Knodl, Mason, Tittl, Milroy, Gannon, Edming, Kleefisch, T. Larson, Nerison and Born.
hist43042To committee on Sporting Heritage, Mining, and Forestry.
hist42395Senate Bill 360
Relating to: modifying and repealing various rules promulgated by the Department of Transportation.