Prescription drug order extension when refill authorization cannot be obtained: pharmacist may dispense a limited supply under set conditions - Act 19
Prescription eye drops: health insurance policies required to cover refills - Act 305
Pseudoephedrine product sales: implementation of electronic system for recording, tracking, and blocking illegal sales; National Precursor Log Exchange (NPLEx) and DOJ provisions - Act 98
Schedule V controlled substances containing codeine may not be dispensed without a prescription - Act 25
Substance abuse: reporting requirements for certain credentialing boards re opioids; federal waiver re dispensing narcotics for addiction treatment; buprenorphine prior authorization review and report; counseling changes re licensing and who can offer treatment; school health instruction requirements; graduate program in psychiatric mental health nursing at UW—Madison; training resources for social service workers; DCF, DHS, and DSPS duties; administrative rules provisions [Admin.Code DHS 75.02, 75.03; MPSW 1.09; SPS 160 (title), 160.015, 160.02, 160.03, 161, 163.01, 163.02, 164.01, 165, 166, 168] - Act 262
Third party logistics providers exempt from regulation as prescription drug wholesale distributors by the Pharmacy Examining Board; enforcement and disciplinary authority of DSPS and attached boards and credentialing boards modified; interest charged on costs of disciplinary proceedings provision - Act 328
drugs _ criminal acts and law enforcementDrugs -- Criminal acts and law enforcement
Aiding a person suffering from an overdose or adverse reaction and immunity from controlled substance prosecution: revisions to 2017 WisAct 33 re initial applicability clause, bail jumping immunity, and sunset the bail jumping changes [Sec. 2251xg-xs, 2265r, 9452 (2x)] - Act 59
Aiding a person suffering from an overdose or adverse reaction: immunity from prosecution for controlled substance possession or having probation, parole, or extended supervision revoked provisions created for the person being aided and the aider; definition of ``aider" modified - Act 33
Crime labs, drug law enforcement surcharge, and DNA surcharge: revenue appropriation structure; Internet crimes against children provision [Sec. 408c, f, p, t, v, 412h, 1673v, 2255p, 9228 (1p)] - Act 59
Criminal investigation agent positions at DOJ authorized re drug interdiction and drug trafficking; unencumbered moneys lapse to the general fund and used for alternatives to prosecution and incarceration programs, DOJ plan and JCF approval required - Act 35
Drug law enforcement activities: DOJ funding [Sec. 9128 (1q)] - Act 59
Drug trafficking, evidence-based substance abuse prevention, family and juvenile treatment courts, and drug treatment for inmates of county and tribal jails: grant programs established; DOJ, DHS, DCF duties; search warrant based on sworn affidavit or complaint provision - Act 261
Fentanyl analogs added to Schedule I controlled substances, felony provisions - Act 60
Industrial hemp: DATCP to regulate activities; criminal history search, pilot program, controlled substances laws, testing, fees, seed, penalty, and rules provisions - Act 100
Opioid and methamphetamine treatment programs in underserved and high-need areas: DHS to create additional programs, funding provision - Act 27
Tetrahydrocannabinols (THC) definition modified re cannabidiol (CBD oil) documentation; scheduling of CBD oil and physician provisions - Act 4
drunken drivingDrunken driving
Court commissioners authorized to issue search warrants re OWI and BAC civil violations - Act 117
Court ordered operating privilege restriction to vehicles equipped with an ignition interlock device revisions; violation provisions - Act 124
OWI-related offense: permanent revocation of motor vehicle operating privileges under set conditions; reinstatement and OAR provisions; DOT appendix report - Act 172
Safe ride grant program: costs of advertising the program may be covered by the grant - Act 125
Transportation revisions re planning for certain federal highway money distribution transfers, drunk driving penalty cross-reference correction, penalties for violation of motor vehicle mileage disclosure requirement, and obsolete federal motor carrier law references (remedial legislation) - Act 363
dunn countyDunn County
Tainter Lake biomanipulation pilot project to improve water quality [Sec. 9133 (7p)] [partial veto] - Act 59
dwelling or dwelling codeDwelling or dwelling code, see Housing
EE
earned income tax credit _eitc_Earned income tax credit (EITC), see Income tax -- Credit
economic assistanceEconomic assistance, see Public assistance
economic development corporation, wisconsinEconomic Development Corporation, Wisconsin
Appropriation adjustments [Sec. 203, 204, 9150 (1)] - Act 59
Business development tax credit: WEDC may exceed annual limits under set conditions and with JCF approval; early stage business investment program provision [Sec. 1035x, 1040g, p, 1083x, 1086m, 1108x, 1111m, 1774e-k, 1779m, n] - Act 59
Claims for refundable enterprise zone, business development, and electronics and technology manufacturing zone tax credits; WEDC duties [Sec. 481m, 1036h-1038h, 1082m, 1085ba-1086h, 1110ba-1111h, 1769v, 1779L, 1783L-q, 9150 (3t)] [1037d, i, 1038g, 1085d, i, 1086g, 1110d, 1111g, 1779L -- partial veto; 1036h, Lm, 1037bc-be, e-h, t-w, 1038h, 1085ba-be, e-h, 1086f, h, 1110ba-be, 1110e-1111f, h, 1769v, 1783L-q, 9150 (3t) -- vetoed] - Act 59
DOR authorized to recover revoked tax credit allocated by WEDC [Sec. 1140] - Act 59
Electronics and information technology manufacturing zone and tax credits: WEDC authorized to create; provisions re TIDs, sales tax exemption, environmental impact statements, wetlands and waterways permits, PSC certificates and market-based rates, grants to local governments, county bonding, town incorporation as city or village, and DNR oversight; highway bonding authorization; design-build system for public works projects; enterprise zone tax credit revisions; economic development liaison appointed by DOA; electronics manufacturing small business development director in WEDC; worker training and employment program and annual report; appeal of decisions relating specifically to the zone; job creation threshold; LAB audit required [partial veto] - Act 58
Fabrication laboratories: WEDC grants [Sec. 1771s, 9150 (3f)] - Act 59
Fabrication laboratory grants: WEDC loan to nonprofit organizations to assist school districts to initiate [Sec. 9150 (3i)] - Act 59
Historic rehabilitation tax credit: limit and other conditions set, jobs component [Sec. 1051, 1089, 1114, 1775-1775m] [1775g -- partial veto] - Act 59
Historic rehabilitation tax credit: limit on amount WEDC may certify increased - Act 280
Interest on refunds issued for jobs tax credit, enterprise zone jobs credit, and business development credit: DOA and DOR prohibited from paying [Sec. 1036, 1084, 1109, 9338 (11)] - Act 59
Local public official allowed to receive anything of value from WEDC or Tour.Dept that a state public official may receive - Act 112
Mississippi River Parkway Commission technical committee membership - Act 230
Qualified new business venture certified by WEDC: threshold for investments that qualify for tax credits increased - Act 234
Talent attraction and retention initiatives: WEDC to work with state agencies to develop and implement - Act 318
WEDC loan limitations [Sec. 1770, 1771, 9350 (1)] - Act 59
WEDC loan to Marathon County Development Corporation for minority-owned businesses [Sec. 9150 (3w)] - Act 59
educational approval boardEducational Approval Board
EAB temporarily transferred to DSPS then eliminated, functions remain with DSPS [Sec. 22, 48m-52o, 68, 69d, e, 226-228, 579, 663m-704m, 733-738j, 1018, 1043, 1044, 1087, 1088, 1112, 1113, 1332, 1454, 1642, 1643, 1644, 1691, 1935-2149p, 2248m, p, 2250m, p, 2264, 9111 (1p), (1q), 9411 (1p), (1q)] [9111 (1q), 9411 (1q) -- partial veto; 9111 (1p), 9411 (1p) -- vetoed] - Act 59
educational service agency, cooperativeEducational Service Agency, Cooperative
Emergency administration of opioid antagonist to pupils and other persons appearing to overdose: civil liability for school bus operator, employees and volunteers of public, private, and tribal schools, and college residence hall director; calling 911 provision - Act 29
Rural school teacher talent pilot program created; grants from DPI to CESAs [Sec. 206m, 1475m] - Act 59
School-based mental health services grants established re collaborating with community mental health agencies; Superintendent of Public Instruction to establish an advisory committee; emergency rules provision [Sec. 215k, 1470g, 9135 (4f)] [1470g, 9135 (4f) -- partial veto] - Act 59
edvest _college savings program_EdVest (college savings program), see Scholarships and loans
eitc _earned income tax credit_EITC (Earned income tax credit), see Income tax -- Credit
electionsElections, see also Referendum; Voting
Elections Commission required to deplete federal Help America Vote Act funds before using state funds for election administration purposes [Sec. 9113 (1)] - Act 59
Nomination papers for school district officer candidate in district with territory in a second class city: number of signatures may be reduced by resolution, conditions set - Act 321
Scheduling of referendum to exceed school district revenue limit: concurrent with regularly-scheduled election days and limited to 2 per year, exception and bond issue provisions [Sec. 1c, d, 996pm-t, 1640i-r, 9335 (1f), (1g), 9435 (1w)] [996pr, 1640i, 9335 (1g), 9435 (1w) -- partial veto; 1640p -- vetoed] - Act 59
elections _ contested electionsElections -- Contested elections
Recount petition by aggrieved party and referendum elector permitted, conditions set; costs and Elections Commission provisions; per diem for members of Ethics Commission and Elections Commission revised - Act 120
elections _ officialsElections -- Officials
Local public office holder may be appointed an election official; prohibition on serving as election official while a candidate does not change - Act 326
elections commissionElections Commission
Elections Commission required to deplete federal Help America Vote Act funds before using state funds for election administration purposes [Sec. 9113 (1)] - Act 59
Ethics Commission and Elections Commission members: per diem set [Sec. 17] - Act 59
Information DOT is allowed to share with the Elections Commission to comply with certain membership agreement [Sec. 1895p, 1896m, 1897m] - Act 59
Recount petition by aggrieved party and referendum elector permitted, conditions set; costs and Elections Commission provisions; per diem for members of Ethics Commission and Elections Commission revised - Act 120
PSC duties re state energy policy and regulation of public utilities; settlements in PSC dockets requirements; procedure for handling complaints of violations of the one-call system re natural gas and other hazardous materials created and other revisions, PSC duties and forfeiture provisions; treatment of certain utility facilities under county construction site erosion control and storm water management zoning ordinances; appropriation and advertising provisions - Act 136
Renewable resource credits: heat that is a byproduct of manufacturing processes and used as thermal energy is eligible - Act 53
electric vehicleElectric vehicle, see Motor vehicle
electricityElectricity
Electric energy derived from renewable resources: appropriation created for DOA, DOC, DHS, DPI, DVA, and the UW System [Sec. 205, 206, 221, 222, 365, 366, 375, 376, 413, 414, 447, 448] - Act 59
State parks and recreation areas: vehicle admission and overnight camping fees revised; DNR and DOT to develop plan for a recreational passport when renewing vehicle registration, special license plate provision; cap on electric receptacles increased; FTE positions decrease re forestry and parks report [Sec. 340m, 557-565d, f, 9101 (11u), 9133 (6u), 9333 (2), 9433 (1), (2)] [9101 (11u) -- partial veto] - Act 59
electrologistElectrologist, see Cosmetology
electronic data processingElectronic data processing, see Data processing
elkElk, see Animal
Services performed by an electric cooperative to another or by a telecommunications utility to another during a state of emergency: sales and use tax exemption created - Act 290
State of emergency declared by the Governor: waiver of fee for replacement of a permit, license, approval, or authorization for person residing or headquartered in the area - Act 291
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