hist80033Assembly Bill 151 66 November 27, 2017 hist80034Assembly Bill 479 67 November 27, 2017 hist80035Assembly Bill 480 68 November 27, 2017 hist80036Assembly Bill 226 69 November 27, 2017 hist80037Assembly Bill 283 72 November 27, 2017 hist80038Assembly Bill 234 74 November 27, 2017 hist80085Assembly Bill 236 75 November 27, 2017 hist80086Assembly Bill 353 76 November 27, 2017 hist80087Assembly Bill 229 78 November 27, 2017 hist80088Assembly Bill 165 83 November 27, 2017
Pursuant to s. 35.095 (1)(b), Wisconsin Statutes, the following 2017 Acts have been published:
Act Number Bill Number Publication Date
hist80039Wisconsin Act 74 Assembly Bill 234 November 28, 2017 hist80040Wisconsin Act 72 Assembly Bill 283 November 28, 2017 hist80041Wisconsin Act 69 Assembly Bill 226 November 28, 2017 hist80042Wisconsin Act 68 Assembly Bill 480 November 28, 2017 hist80043Wisconsin Act 67 Assembly Bill 479 November 28, 2017 hist80044Wisconsin Act 66 Assembly Bill 151 November 28, 2017 hist80089Wisconsin Act 83 Assembly Bill 165 November 28, 2017 hist80090Wisconsin Act 78 Assembly Bill 229 November 28, 2017 hist80091Wisconsin Act 75 Assembly Bill 236 November 28, 2017 hist80092Wisconsin Act 76 Assembly Bill 353 November 28, 2017
Reference Bureau Corrections
In enrolling, the following corrections were made:
1. Page 2, line 11: after “year" insert “. The".
2. Page 2, line 12: delete “chapter. The If" and substitute “chapter. If".
****NOTE: Reorders the stricken text to precede the scored text to be consistent with proper form.
Assembly Bill 317
In enrolling, the following correction was made:
1. Page 4, line 11: delete the material beginning with that line and ending with page 5, line 6, and substitute:
227.135 (2) An agency that has prepared a statement of the scope of the proposed rule shall present the statement to the department of administration, which shall make a determination as to whether the agency has the explicit authority to promulgate the rule as proposed in the statement of scope and shall report the statement of scope and its determination to the governor who, in his or her discretion, may approve or reject the statement of scope. The agency may not send the statement to the legislative reference bureau for publication under sub. (3) until the governor issues a written notice of approval of the statement. The agency shall also present the statement to the individual or body with policy-making powers over the subject matter of the proposed rule for approval. The individual or body with policy-making powers may not approve the statement until at least 10 days after publication of the statement under sub. (3) and, if a preliminary public hearing and comment period are held by the agency under s. 227.136, until the individual or body has received and reviewed any public comments and feedback received from the agency under s. 227.136 (5). No state employee or official may perform any activity in connection with the drafting of a proposed rule, except for an activity necessary to prepare the statement of the scope of the proposed rule until the governor and the individual or body with policy-making powers over the subject matter of the proposed rule approve the statement. This subsection does not prohibit an agency from performing an activity necessary to prepare a petition and proposed rule for submission under s. 227.26 (4).”.
November 27, 2017
Representative Rob Swearingen
Room 123 West, State Capitol
Madison, WI 53708
Dear Representative Swearingen:
hist80093Pursuant to Assembly Rule 42 (3)(c), with your permission as Chair of the State Affairs committee, I will remove Assembly Bill 616 from the committee and refer the bill to the Criminal Justice and Public Safety committee. hist0Please contact my office with any questions.
ROBIN J. VOS
November 28, 2017
Patrick E. Fuller
Assembly Chief Clerk
17 West Main Street, Suite 401
Madison, WI 53703
Dear Chief Clerk Fuller:
hist80161Please add my name as a co-author of Assembly Bill 539, relating to plans for supervised release of sexually violent persons, representation of sexually violent persons by the state public defender, and making an appropriation.
10th Assembly District