Family treatment court and juvenile treatment court grant programs created; DCF report required - Act 202
Indigency determination not required before SPD appoints an attorney to represent a parent re proceedings under Children’s Code or Juvenile Justice Code; attorney fees and recusal provisions (remedial legislation) - Act 359
Juvenile correctional facilities: DOC to establish one or more Type 1 juvenile correctional facilities; closure of Lincoln Hills School and Copper Lake School and conversion of facilities to an adult correctional facility; counties authorized to establish secured residential care center for children and youth; supervision of certain juveniles transferred from DOC to county departments; Juvenile Corrections Study Committee created; Juvenile Corrections Grant Committee created re costs of establishing secured residential care centers, JCF provision; youth aids funding revisions; expand Mendota Juvenile Treatment Center; DOC employees, reports, and sunset provisions - Act 185
School to be notified of permanency review or hearing and time period for transfer of pupil records modified; school and school district notification requirements when foster home or group home is licensed and a child is placed in out-of-home care revised - Act 251
Wisconsin CASA Association: funding for DOJ grants increased, sunset eliminated, and report required - Act 255
Wisconsin Court Appointed Special Advocate Association grants: sunset extended [Sec. 409f, g, 2265p, 9228 (19p), 9428 (1r)] - Act 59
juvenile court _ jurisdictionJuvenile court -- Jurisdiction
Child victim of sex trafficking: juvenile courts granted exclusive original jurisdiction over [Sec. 768, 769] - Act 59
Maximum age a minor, sentenced to state prison, may be placed in a juvenile detention facility or secured residential care center for children and youth; DOC duties [Sec. 2255] - Act 59
juvenile detention facilityJuvenile detention facility
Investigations related to juvenile correctional facilities: funding reimbursement claims by counties [Sec. 367m] - Act 59
Juvenile correctional facilities: DOC to establish one or more Type 1 juvenile correctional facilities; closure of Lincoln Hills School and Copper Lake School and conversion of facilities to an adult correctional facility; counties authorized to establish secured residential care center for children and youth; supervision of certain juveniles transferred from DOC to county departments; Juvenile Corrections Study Committee created; Juvenile Corrections Grant Committee created re costs of establishing secured residential care centers, JCF provision; youth aids funding revisions; expand Mendota Juvenile Treatment Center; DOC employees, reports, and sunset provisions - Act 185
Juvenile correctional services daily rates set [Sec. 1854, 1855, 9408 (1)] - Act 59
Longevity awards for DOC and DHS correctional officers and youth counselors: DPM to include in the 2017-19 state employee compensation plan [Sec. 1761p, 9101 (11w)] [vetoed] - Act 59
Mandatory reporting of child abuse and neglect: juvenile correctional officers added to list of professionals - Act 47
Maximum age a minor, sentenced to state prison, may be placed in a juvenile detention facility or secured residential care center for children and youth; DOC duties [Sec. 2255] - Act 59
Mendota Juvenile Treatment Center funding [Sec. 745] - Act 59
Racine Youthful Offender Correctional Facility: limit on prisoners increased [Sec. 1851] - Act 59
Serious Juvenile Offender Program (SJOP): removes time limit DOC may place participants in juvenile correctional facility or secured residential care center - Act 308
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kenosha countyKenosha County
CHIPS proceeding: prohibition on appointing counsel to parent eliminated; pilot program creating parent’s right to counsel in certain counties created and SPD to run; DCF, report, and sunset provisions - Act 253
Directional signs for Shoreland Lutheran High School: DOT to erect and maintain, contributions from interested parties provision [Sec. 1227d, em, p, t] - Act 59
kimberly, village ofKimberly, Village of, see Outagamie County
kindergartenKindergarten
Grant programs administered by DPI combined re peer review, AODA programs, tribal language revitalization, and 4-year-old kindergarten [Admin.Code PI 16 (title), 16.01, 16.02, 16.03, 16.04, 32 (title), 32.01, 32.02, 32.03, 32.04, 38 (title), 38 subch. I, II, and III, 38.01, 38.02, 38.03, 38.04, 38.05, 38 subch. IV (title), V (title), and VI (title), 39 (title), 39.01, 39.02, 39.03, 39.04] - Act 93
kinship careKinship care, see Day care
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labelLabel, see Drugs
laborLabor, see also Hours of labor
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
Local government ordinance authority re wage claims and collections, employee hours and overtime, required employee benefits, and soliciting salary history of prospective employees preempted; political subdivision minimum wage exemptions eliminated and imposing occupational license requirements prohibited; state and local governments prohibited from requiring any person to accept certain collective bargaining provisions or waive rights under federal or state labor laws, penalty provision - Act 327
labor and industry review commissionLabor and Industry Review Commission
LIRC decisions: chief justice to conduct a survey and submit a report [Sec. 9142 (5f)] [vetoed] - Act 59
labor unionLabor union
State procurement or public works projects contracts: certain practices prohibited re labor organizations - Act 3
lafayette, town ofLafayette, Town of, see Chippewa County
lakesLakes
High capacity well regulations revised re activities exempt from approval; DNR duties re designated study area - Act 10
Hydrologic evaluation and modeling funding [Sec. 314m] - Act 59
Shoreline maintenance activities in outlying waters: DNR permit exemption under set conditions - Act 281
Tainter Lake biomanipulation pilot project to improve water quality [Sec. 9133 (7p)] [partial veto] - Act 59
Water supply service area: diversion area approval by the Great Lakes - St. Lawrence River Basin Water Resources Council - Act 38
Land information fund: appropriation for the land information program [Sec. 435, 436] - Act 59
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
land _ taxationLand -- Taxation, see Property tax
Local government zoning authority revisions re substandard lots, merging lots, variances, and nonconforming structures; conditional use permit requirements; right to display the flag of the U.S. re housing associations and housing cooperatives - Act 67
``Point source" definition revised to exclude agricultural storm water and irrigation return flows [Sec. 1819m, n] - Act 59
landlord and tenantLandlord and tenant
Landlord and tenant regulations revised; political subdivision authority modified re historic properties, municipal dwelling inspection, levy limit reduction and garbage collection exception, and certain fees; public utility service to rental dwelling units; municipal utility arrearage collection; eviction action procedural changes; removing case management information from CCAP; open housing law re service, assistance, or emotional support animals; municipal administrative review; enforcement of rental unit energy efficiency program; local government rental property inspection program - Act 317
Rental unit energy efficiency standards and certification requirements eliminated; DSPS and register of deeds provisions [Sec. 1170, 1171, 1306-1312, 2221, 2226-2228, 2235-2238, 9339 (1)-(5), 9439 (1)] - Act 59
lawrence, town ofLawrence, Town of, see Brown County
lawyerLawyer, see Attorney
lead or lead poisoningLead or lead poisoning, see Public health
Circus World Museum: SHSW required to take over operations; termination of existing lease [Sec. 728-732, 9122 (1)] - Act 59
Cost-benefit analysis of lease and purchase options re executive branch agencies: DOA required to conduct and submit to Legislature, JCF provision [Sec. 161d, e, 9301 (2f)] [vetoed] - Act 59
Guaranteed asset protection (gap) waivers are not insurance and can be offered and sold re credit sale or lease or refinancing of motor vehicles, including trailers, boats, ATVs, off-road motorcycles, and snowmobiles; WCA provision - Act 161
Self-service storage facility law revisions re disposal of property, liens, and towing vehicles - Act 325
State leases of real property: DOA required to conduct a cost-benefit analysis and rent over certain amount subject to JCF approval - Act 132
legal aidLegal aid
Civil legal services for persons eligible for TANF: annual grants to Wisconsin Trust Account Foundation established [Sec. 895g, m, 903m] - Act 59
legal noticeLegal notice, see Public document
legislative audit bureauLegislative Audit Bureau
Conduit revenue bonds changes and public finance authority; code of ethics and LAB audit provisions [Sec. 8s, 177s, 179e-s, 585h, 984g-hg] [vetoed] - Act 59
DVA to notify JCF before transferring certain unencumbered balances; report on Veterans Trust Fund required; implementing recommendations of certain LAB audit [Sec. 739qg, qm, 9149 (1f), (1g)] [vetoed] - Act 59
FoodShare employment and training program (FSET): all able-bodied adults required to participate, exceptions noted; Wisconsin Shares, LAB audit, and USDA provisions - Act 264
Forestry activities: JLAC to request audit of moneys received by DNR [Sec. 9133 (6q)] - Act 59
LAB audits: eliminates Read to Lead Development Fund and local government property insurance fund audits, final audit provision; modifies audits of Milwaukee County Mental Health Board and certain mental health services in Milwaukee County - Act 355
State group health insurance programs: JLAC to direct LAB to perform a financial and performance evaluation audit [Sec. 9129 (2w)] [vetoed] - Act 59
UW System financial audit by an independent accounting firm for the 2017-2019 fiscal biennium, LAB may assist, report required [Sec. 9148 (2q)] [partial veto] - Act 59
Wisconsin Healthcare Stability Plan (WIHSP) created re state-based reinsurance program for health carriers, federal waiver required; OCI authority - Act 138
legislative fiscal bureauLegislative Fiscal Bureau
Base budget review report: state agencies, the legislature, and the courts required to submit every even-numbered year; requirements specified - Act 212
legislative reference bureauLegislative Reference Bureau, see also Blue Book
Administrative rule-making procedures: expedited procedure for repealing unauthorized rules; agency review of rules and legislative enactments; LRB biennial report required; retrospective economic impact analyses for existing rules - Act 108
Prosecutor Board established; State Prosecutors Office created and attached to DOA; automated justice information system and administrative rules and bills affecting the State Prosecutors Office provisions [Sec. 1e, L, 31n, 68g, 171b, c, 460r, 507g, 508f, 1712h, 1740g, 1758g, 1762s, 2261g-q, r, s, 2262c-g, 9101 (7p), 9401 (1p)] [vetoed] - Act 59
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