Senate Journal
One-Hundred and Second Regular Session
FRIDAY, December 11, 2015
The Chief Clerk makes the following entries under the above date.
Chief Clerk's Entries
Amendments Offered
hist45506Senate Amendment 1 to Senate Bill 417 offered by Senator Petrowski.
Introduction, First Reading, and Reference of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
hist45305Senate Bill 447
Relating to: designating and marking STH 87 as the Carson Holmquist Memorial Highway.
By Senator Harsdorf; cosponsored by Representative Jarchow.
hist45471To committee on Transportation and Veterans Affairs.
hist45306Senate Bill 448
Relating to: implements of husbandry and agricultural commercial motor vehicles operated or transported on highways.
By Senators Petrowski, Cowles, Gudex, Marklein, Moulton, Olsen and Vinehout; cosponsored by Representatives Ripp, Kremer and A. Ott, by request of Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation.
hist45472To committee on Transportation and Veterans Affairs.
hist45307Senate Bill 449
Relating to: licenses to teach vocational education subjects.
By Senators Darling, Kapenga, Stroebel, L. Taylor, Vukmir and Gudex; cosponsored by Representatives Knodl, Horlacher, Hutton, Kremer, Kuglitsch, T. Larson, A. Ott, Rodriguez, Sanfelippo, Skowronski and Weatherston.
hist45473To committee on Economic Development and Commerce.
hist45309Senate Bill 450
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 Senator Petrowski; cosponsored 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.
hist45474To committee on Judiciary and Public Safety.
hist45312Senate Bill 451
Relating to: allowing taxpayers to claim early stage seed investment credits for investments in the fund of funds.
By Senator Darling; cosponsored by Representatives Neylon, Krug, Doyle, Edming, T. Larson, Murphy, Rohrkaste, Tittl and R. Brooks.
hist45475To committee on Revenue, Financial Institutions, and Rural Issues.
hist45313Senate Bill 452
Relating to: invasions of privacy and providing a criminal penalty.
By Senators Wanggaard, LeMahieu, Gudex, Marklein, Nass, Olsen and Wirch; cosponsored by Representatives Kerkman, Horlacher, Danou, Jacque, Kleefisch, Kremer, T. Larson, Murphy, Skowronski, Steffen and Tittl.
hist45476To committee on Judiciary and Public Safety.
hist45314Senate Bill 453
Relating to: the authority of physical therapists to order X-rays and granting rule-making authority.
By Senators Wanggaard, Vukmir, Gudex, Kapenga, Nass and Stroebel; cosponsored by Representatives Sanfelippo, Ballweg, Duchow, Edming, Horlacher, Kitchens, Knodl, Kremer, Krug, Macco, A. Ott, Quinn, Rohrkaste, Swearingen, Tauchen, C. Taylor, Thiesfeldt, Tittl and Weatherston.
hist45477To committee on Health and Human Services.
hist45315Senate Bill 454
Relating to: the requirement that a classified service employee take a leave of absence to run for office.
By Senator Ringhand; cosponsored by Representatives Kolste, Jorgensen, Berceau, Milroy and C. Taylor.
hist45478To committee on Elections and Local Government.
Petitions and Communications
hist45491Pursuant to Senate Rule 17 (5), Senator Darling withdrawn as a co-author of Senate Bill 326.
hist45480Pursuant to Senate Rule 17 (5), Representative Jarchow added as a co-sponsor of Senate Bill 445.
State of Wisconsin
Office of the Senate President
December 11, 2015
The Honorable, the Senate:
Pursuant to Senate Rule 46 (2)(c), I am writing to inform you that I have directed the following proposal to be withdrawn from committee and rereferred. I have obtained the consent of the appropriate standing committee chairsperson and the chairperson of the committee on Senate Organization.
hist45492Senate Bill 445, relating to: terminating a tenancy for criminal activity or drug-related criminal activity; disposition of personal property left in rental property by a trespasser; preexisting sprinkler ordinances that are stricter than the multifamily dwelling code; towing vehicles illegally parked on private property; terminating certain tenancies for breaches other than failure to pay rent; limitations on the authority of political subdivisions to regulate rental units, historic properties, and signs; prohibiting local governmental units from imposing real property purchase or residential real property occupancy requirements; creating a criminal penalty; and making an appropriation., withdrawn from Committee on Government Operations and Consumer Protection and rereferred to Committee on Insurance, Housing, and Trade.
Senate President