The committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 366
Relating to: creating a medicolegal investigation examining board; licensure of medical examiners and medicolegal investigation staff members; disposition of bodies; death investigations and duties of coroners and medical examiners; extending the time limit for emergency rule procedures; providing an exemption from emergency rule procedures; granting rule-making authority; making an appropriation; and providing criminal penalties.
Ayes: 10 - Representatives Spiros, Kremer, Ott, Jacque, Horlacher, Novak, Bernier, Goyke, Kessler and Zamarripa.
Noes: 0.
hist72007To committee on Rules.
Committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety
The committee on Education reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 383
Relating to: parental choice programs, the Special Needs Scholarship Program, granting rule-making authority, and making an appropriation.
Ayes: 11 - Representatives Thiesfeldt, Kitchens, Jagler, Rodriguez, Tusler, Mursau, Quinn, Duchow, Wichgers, Considine and Vruwink.
Noes: 4 - Representatives Pope, Genrich, Hebl and Bowen.
hist71994To committee on Rules.
Committee on Education
The committee on Environment and Forestry reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 226
Relating to: local assistance for remediating contaminated wells and failing wastewater treatment systems and award limits for contaminated well grants.
Ayes: 10 - Representatives Mursau, Krug, Pronschinske, Kitchens, Swearingen, Edming, Wichgers, Tusler, Milroy and Anderson.
Noes: 2 - Representatives Mason and Hebl.
hist71733To committee on Rules.
Committee on Environment and Forestry
The committee on Natural Resources and Sporting Heritage reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 372
Relating to: the sale of White Mound County Park to Sauk County.
Ayes: 14 - Representatives Kleefisch, Quinn, Tittl, Edming, Nerison, Mursau, Ripp, Tusler, Stafsholt, Milroy, Hesselbein, Spreitzer, Stuck and Brostoff.
Noes: 0.
hist71722To committee on Rules.
Committee on Natural Resources and Sporting Heritage
Message from the Senate
From: Jeffrey Renk, Senate Chief Clerk.
Mr. Speaker:
I am directed to inform you that the Senate has
Passed and asks concurrence in:
hist72016Senate Bill 58
hist72017Senate Bill 68
hist72037Senate Bill 90
hist72018Senate Bill 99
hist72019Senate Bill 101
hist72020Senate Bill 108
hist72021Senate Bill 109
hist72022Senate Bill 113
hist72068Senate Bill 131
hist72038Senate Bill 133
hist72039Senate Bill 134
hist72069Senate Bill 160
hist72040Senate Bill 180
hist72070Senate Bill 198
hist72071Senate Bill 225
hist72041Senate Bill 231
hist72072Senate Bill 248
hist72042Senate Bill 257
hist72073Senate Bill 271
hist72043Senate Bill 276
hist72074Senate Bill 285
hist72044Senate Bill 293
Concurred in:
hist72085Assembly Bill 56
hist72086Assembly Bill 170
hist71992Assembly Joint Resolution 43
hist72030Assembly Joint Resolution 51
Action on the Senate Message
Senate Bill 68
Relating to: rules that prohibit feeding deer in certain counties.
By Senators Moulton, Craig and Harsdorf; cosponsored by Representatives Jarchow, Quinn, R. Brooks, Edming, Felzkowski, Gannon, Kleefisch, Mursau, Skowronski, Stafsholt, Tauchen, Zimmerman and Fields.
hist72103To committee on Rules.
Senate Bill 90
Relating to: removal and replacement of a vehicle or vehicle part identification number.
By Senators Cowles, Petrowski, Marklein, Wirch and Olsen; cosponsored by Representatives Steffen, Kulp, Kremer, Weatherston, Mursau, Felzkowski, Stuck, Horlacher, Tusler and E. Brooks.
hist72048To committee on Rules.
Senate Bill 133
Relating to: possession of or use of a credit card scanner, providing civil immunity for sellers or distributors of fuel for scanners installed on pumps, and providing criminal penalties.