Site-specific phosphorus criteria established for Lac Courte Oreilles, a lake in Sawyer County [Admin.Code NR 102.06] - CR 19–125
Site-specific phosphorus water quality criteria for Petenwell Lake, Castle Rock Lake, and Lake Wisconsin [Admin.Code NR 102.06] - CR 19–083
Solid waste management grant program [Admin.Code NR 186] - CR 19–045
Storm water discharge permits: other environmental programs re municipal separate storm sewer system [Admin.Code NR 216.022] - CR 19–052
Updates to water quality criteria for pathogens to protect recreational uses and related WPDES permit implementation procedures updated re EPA's recreational water quality criteria; and affecting small business [Admin.Code NR 102.03, 102.04, 104.06, 104.20, 210.03, 210.06, 219.04 Table A and Table EM] - CR 19–014
Waste reduction and recycling demonstration grants [Admin.Code NR 548] - CR 19–042
Waste tire removal and recovery [Admin.Code NR 555] - CR 19–040
Well construction and pump installation and affecting small business [Admin.Code NR 110.15, 146.02, 146.08, 146.12, 507.14, 738.03, 812.07, 812.08, 812.09, 812.091, 812 subch. II, 812.27, 812.28, 812.29, 812.30, 812.31, 812.32, 812.33, 812.34, 812.36, 812.37, 812.38, 812.39, 812.40, 812.41, 812.42, 812.43, 812.44, 812.45, 812.46, 812 Figures 1 to 75, 812 Appendix, 820.12, 845.04, 845.16] - CR 18–095
Wildlife harvest management regulations [Admin.Code NR 10.001, 10.01, 10.014, 10.07, 10.08, 10.085, 10.103, 10.104, 10.106, 10.125, 10.16, 10.24, 10.25, 10.40, 10.41, 10.72] - CR 19–005
natural resources, department of _ hunting and fishingNatural Resources, Department of -- Hunting and fishing
2019 Bureau of Wildlife Management housekeeping rule [Admin.Code NR 8.045, 8.52, 10.001, 10.01, 10.06, 10.085, 10.09, 10.105, 10.11, 10.12, 10.125, 10.13, 10.23, 10.25, 10.40, 12.15, 12.31, 12.34, 12.41, 16.18, 17.01, 17.04, 19.73] - CR 19–146
2019 Wildlife Management spring hearing rule related to hunting, trapping, and target shooting [Admin.Code NR 10.01, 10.06, 10.08, 10.085, 10.09, 10.13, 10.145, 45.09] - CR 19–017
Black bear management [Admin.Code NR 10.102, 10.30] - CR 19–133
Catfish and rough fish: taking by hand or with a bow and arrow or crossbow [Admin.Code NR 20.05, 20.09, 20.15, 20.18, 20.20, 21.04, 21.05, 21.06, 21.11, 22.05, 22.06, 22.11, 23.05, 23.065, 25.05] - CR 19–009
Closed areas and refuges [Admin.Code NR 11, 15] - CR 19–090
Commercial fisheries of lake whitefish in Lake Michigan and affecting small business [Admin.Code NR 25.02, 25.05, 25.09] - CR 19–134
Elk management and hunting permits [Admin.Code NR 10.01, 10.111] - CR 18–010
Fishing regulations on inland, outlying, and boundary waters [Admin.Code NR 20.10, 20.18. 20.20, 20.40, 21.04, 22.04, 23.05, 26.01] - CR 19–016
Fishing regulations on inland, outlying, and boundary waters: minor revisions [Admin.Code NR 20.03, 20.05, 20.10, 20.11, 20.15, 20.18, 20.20, 20.35, 20.37, 20.40, 21.04, 25.02] - CR 19–091
Harvest management regulations in the Lake Superior fishery and affecting small business [Admin.Code NR 25.02, 25.05, 25.06, 25.09, 25.10, 25.13] - CR 19–103
Marten protection closed areas [Admin.Code NR 11.10] - CR 19–008
Night hunting restrictions for racoons eliminated [Admin.Code NR 10.06] - CR 19–123
Ruffed grouse management [Admin.Code NR 10.01, 10.33] - CR 19–131
natural resources, department of _ recreation and boatingNatural Resources, Department of -- Recreation and boating
Off-highway motorcycle (OHM) program [Admin.Code NR 45.03, 45.05, 65.01, 65.02, 65.03, 65.04, 65.05, 65.06, 65.07, 65.08, 65.09, 65.10, 65.11, 65.12, 65.13, 65.14, 65.15, 65.16, 65.17, 65.18, 65.19, 65.20, 65.21, 65.22, 65.23, 65.24, 65.25] - CR 19–107
newspaper recyclingNewspaper recycling, see Recycling
noxious weedsNoxious weeds, see Weeds
nursesNurses
Advance practice nurse prescribers collaboration with dentists [Admin.Code N 8.10] - CR 18–050
Examining councils repealed [Admin.Code N 3] - CR 16–071
Licensure revisions [Admin.Code N 2.12, 2.20, 2.21, 2.35] - CR 19–140
Nurse Licensure Compact [Admin.Code N 2.02, 2.10, 2.105, 2.11 (title), 2.12 (title), 2.19, 2.20 (title), 2.21 (title), 2.31, 9.01, 9.02, 9.03, 9.04, 9 Appendix] - CR 18–030
RN education stipend assistance program expanded to include LPN [Admin.Code VA 18 (title), 18.02] - CR 17–024
nursing homes and adult careNursing homes and adult care, see also Veteran -- Hospitals and home
Family Care and hospitals [Admin.Code DHS 10.72, 124.255] - CR 19–001
MA payments reference re nursing homes [Admin.Code DHS 107.09] - CR 18–040
Nursing home administrator requirements for licensure, examinations, and approval of educational programs [Admin.Code NHA 1.01, 1.02, 2.01, 2.02, 2.04, 2.05, 3.01, 3.02, 3.03, 4.01, 4.015, 4.02, 4.03] - CR 18–054
nutritionNutrition
Nutritional counseling certification [Admin.Code Chir 12.01, 12.02, 12.03, 12.04 (intro.), 12.05, 12.06] - CR 19–100
OO
open enrollment re schoolOpen enrollment re school, see School -- Attendance
opiateOpiate, see Drugs
opioidOpioid, see Drugs
optometryOptometry
Continuing education changes [Admin.Code Opt 8.01, 8.02, 8.03] - CR 18–021
Diagnostic and therapeutic pharmaceutical agents re optometry [Admin.Code Opt 6.01, 6.02, 6.025, 6.03, 6.04, 6.05] - CR 19–027
Examination on the treatment and management of ocular disease required for licensure [Admin.Code Opt 3.02, 4.01, 4.03, 7.05] - CR 19–033
Licensure by endorsement [Admin.Code Opt 4.01, 4.02, 4.03] - CR 19–026
Use of pharmaceutical agents by licensed optometrists [Admin.Code SPS 10] - CR 19–028
PP
parole or probationParole or probation
Supervision of adult offenders: GPS, early discharge, and fee changes [Admin.Code DOC 328.04, 328.07, 328.10, 328.11, 328.14, 328.17, 328.27] - CR 18–062
partnershipPartnership, see Corporation
patient_s compensation fundPatient's compensation fund, see Medical malpractice
pepper sprayPepper spray, see Public safety
personal care servicesPersonal care services, see Medical service
persons with disabilitiesPersons with disabilities
Changes in accordance with 2019 Executive Order #15: replace ``handicapped" with ``disabled" [Admin.Code DOC 373.04, 393.04, 396.09] - CR 19–124
Derogatory or offensive terminology: replace ``handicapped" with ``disabled" [Admin.Code Tax 11.05, 11.08, 11.17, 11.45, 11.83, 11.87] - CR 19–122
Replacing derogatory or offensive terminology with current, inclusive terminology (per Gov. Evers Executive Order #15) [Admin.Code DWD 80.25, 272.09, 272.13, 277.03] - CR 20–031
Transportation for seniors and individuals with disabilities: administration of grant programs to administer federal and state funds [Admin.Code Trans 2 (title), 2.01, 2.015, 2.02, 2.03, 2.04, 2.045, 2.05, 2.055, 2.06, 2.07, 2.09, 2.10, 2.11] - CR 19–073
petroleumPetroleum
Flammable, combustible, and hazardous liquids in Wisconsin [Admin.Code ATCP 93] - CR 17–092
Hazardous waste, universal waste, pharmaceuticals, and used oil: generation, transportation, recycling, treatment, storage, and disposal changes; and affecting small business [Admin.Code NR 149.13 Table 2, 211.10, 211.17, 502.09, 506.095, 660.02, 660.04, 660.05, 660.10, 660.11, 660.20, 660.30, 660.31, 660.33, 660.34, 660.40, 660.41, 660.42, 660.43, 661, 661 Appendices I, VII, and VIII, 662, 663.10, 663.10 subch. A (note), 663.12, 663.20, 663.21, 663.25, 664.0001, 664.0004, 664.0012, 664.0015, 664.0052, 664.0056, 664.0071, 664.0072, 664.0101, 664.0112, 664.0143, 664.0170, 664.0174 (note), 664.0178 (note), 664.0191, 664.0193, 664.0196 (note), 664.0197, 664.0198, 664.0221, 664.0228, 664.0229, 664.0256, 664.0258, 664.0301, 664.0312, 664.0316, 664.0340, 664.0351 (note), 664.0551, 664.0552, 664.0553, 664.0554, 664.1030, 664.1050, 664.1057, 664.1064, 664.1086, 664.1101, 664.1102, 664.1200 (note), 664.1202, 665.0001, 665.0012, 665.0020, 665.0052, 665.0056, 665.0071, 665.0072, 665.0090, 665.0112, 665.0118, 665.0143, 665.0174 (note), 665.0193, 665.0195, 665.0196 (note 1), 665.0197, 665.0198, 665.0221, 665.0228, 665.0229, 665.0256, 665.0258, 665.0301, 665.0312, 665.0316, 665.0340, 665.0351 (note), 665.0381 (note), 665.0404 (note), 665.0405, 665.0440, 665.1030, 665.1050, 665.1057, 665.1063, 665.1064, 665.1087, 665.1088, 665.1101, 665.1102, 665.1202, 666.020, 666.022, 666.023 (2) (note), 666.070, 666.080, 666.100, 666.101, 666.103, 666.108, 666.112, 666.202, 666.210, 666.220, 666.255, 666.305, 666.901, 666.903, 666 [Appendices], 666 subch. P, 667.0003, 667.0071, 667.0147, 667.0201, 667.0202, 667.1108, 668.01, 668.07, 668.31, 668.37, 668.38, 668.39, 668.40, 668.40 Table, 668.45, 668.48 Table and table note 6, 668.50, 668 Appendix VI, 670.001, 670.002, 670.014, 670.019, 670.042, 670.062, 670.066, 670.320, 670.432, 670 Appendices I and II, 673.03, 673.05, 673.08, 673.13, 673.20, 673.33, 673.39, 673.40, 673.56, 673.60, 673.62, 673.70, 673.80, 679.01, 679.10, 679.11 Table 1 table note 2, 679.40] - CR 19–082
Petroleum contaminated sites: agency roles and responsibilities [Admin.Code NR 746] - CR 19–032
Storage, use, and handling of flammable or combustible liquids and products [Admin.Code SPS 305.01 (note), 305.02 Table, 305.06 Table, 305.68, 305.82, 305.83, 305.84, 305.85, 305.86, 305.87, 305.88, 305.89] - CR 18–003
pharmacyPharmacy
Automated technology product verification check [Admin.Code Phar 7.20] - CR 19–023
Diagnostic and therapeutic pharmaceutical agents re optometry [Admin.Code Opt 6.01, 6.02, 6.025, 6.03, 6.04, 6.05] - CR 19–027
Display of pharmacist's license at the pharmacy [Admin.Code Phar 5.03] - CR 18–025
Pharmacist to delegate ratios [Admin.Code Phar 7.01] - CR 19–022
Pharmacy internships [Admin.Code Phar 2.02, 17.02, 17.03, 17.035, 17.04, 17.05, 17.06, 17.07] - CR 19–164
Practice of pharmacy [Admin.Code Phar 7] - CR 19–145
Product verification completed by delegate-check-delegate [Admin.Code Phar 7.21] - CR 19–024
Storage of drugs and controlled substances [Admin.Code Phar 6.07, 6.075] - CR 19–165
Third party logistics providers [Admin.Code Phar 13.02] - CR 18–034
Use of pharmaceutical agents by licensed optometrists [Admin.Code SPS 10] - CR 19–028
phosphate or phosphorusPhosphate or phosphorus, see Water -- Pollution
physicianPhysician, see also Medical malpractice
Continuing medical education for physicians re opioid prescribing guidelines [Admin.Code Med 13.02, 13.03] - CR 18–072
Second medical opinion program [Admin.Code DHS 104.04] - CR 18–042
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