The committee on Children and Families reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 290
Relating to: the authority for counties to enter into contracts to perform child protective services functions.
Ayes: 8 - Representatives Kitchens, Gannon, Snyder, Vorpagel, Kerkman, Ballweg, Pronschinske and Krug.
Noes: 4 - Representatives C. Taylor, Billings, Subeck and Bowen.
Committee on Children and Families
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.
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.
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.
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.
Committee on Natural Resources and Sporting Heritage
Message from the Senate
From: Jeffrey Renk, Senate Chief Clerk.
I am directed to inform you that the Senate has
Passed and asks concurrence in: