One-Hundred and Fourth Regular Session
WEDNESDAY, May 8, 2019
The Chief Clerk makes the following entries under the above date:
hist100352Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 112 offered by Representative Kitchens. hist100296Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 179 offered by Representative Wichgers. hist100334Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 181 offered by Representative Brandtjen.
Introduction and Reference of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
Relating to: proclaiming May 2019 as World Trade Month.
By Representatives Hutton, Summerfield, Duchow, Krug, Kuglitsch, Kulp, Magnafici, Rodriguez, Skowronski, Spiros, Tauchen, Thiesfeldt and Tusler; cosponsored by Senators Cowles and L. Taylor.
Assembly Joint Resolution 38
Relating to: the Mississippi River System.
By Representatives Oldenburg, Edming, Horlacher, Kulp, Kurtz, Loudenbeck, Petryk, Schraa, Spreitzer, Tauchen, Thiesfeldt, Tranel, VanderMeer and Pronschinske; cosponsored by Senators Marklein, Carpenter, Nass, Ringhand and Smith.
Relating to: proclaiming May 2019 as Paper and Forestry Products Month in Wisconsin.
By Representatives Krug, Shankland, Ballweg, Considine, Duchow, Edming, Felzkowski, Fields, Murphy, Mursau, Petryk, Rohrkaste, Spreitzer, Spiros, Stafsholt, Steineke, Stuck, Thiesfeldt, Tranel and Tusler; cosponsored by Senators Tiffany, Bewley, Cowles, Hansen, Jacque, Larson, LeMahieu, Petrowski, Roth, Schachtner, L. Taylor and Testin.
Relating to: battery or threat to a probation, extended supervision, and parole agent; a community supervision agent; or an aftercare agent or a family member of the agent and providing a penalty.
By Representatives Schraa, Gruszynski, Edming, James, Mursau, Pope, Sinicki and Tusler; cosponsored by Senators Hansen, Jacque and Smith.
hist100450To committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety.
Relating to: revolving loan funds administered by the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority for certain activities of paper mills, a paper science grant, and making an appropriation.
By Representatives Stuck, Gruszynski, Bowen, Considine, Shankland, Spreitzer, Stubbs, Subeck and C. Taylor; cosponsored by Senator Hansen.
Relating to: sales and use tax exemptions for precious metals and cryptocurrency.
By Representatives Sortwell, Wichgers, Zimmerman, Schraa, Brooks, Quinn, Gundrum, Brandtjen, Murphy and Skowronski; cosponsored by Senators Stroebel and Craig.
Relating to: creating a nonrefundable individual income tax credit for certain adoption expenses and modifying eligibility for the adoption expenses tax deduction.
By Representatives Rohrkaste, Doyle, Allen, Anderson, Dittrich, Duchow, Horlacher, Knodl, Kulp, Mursau, L. Myers, Neylon, Novak, Ohnstad, Plumer, Pronschinske, Quinn, Schraa, Shankland, Sinicki, Skowronski, Snyder, Spiros, Spreitzer, Thiesfeldt, Tittl, Tusler, VanderMeer, Vining, Wichgers, Zimmerman and Edming; cosponsored by Senators Bernier, Carpenter, Jacque, Johnson, LeMahieu, Nass, Olsen, Stroebel and Wanggaard.
The committee on Aging and Long-Term Care reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 76
Relating to: hours of instructional program for nurse aides.
Ayes: 6 - Representatives Gundrum, Petryk, Snyder, Plumer, Pronschinske and B. Meyers.
Noes: 2 - Representatives Brostoff and Emerson.
Committee on Aging and Long-Term Care
The committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 28
Relating to: crime victim impact statements.
Ayes: 7 - Representatives Spiros, Sortwell, Steffen, Horlacher, Novak, Schraa and Duchow.
Noes: 5 - Representatives Crowley, Emerson, Cabrera, Spreitzer and Stubbs.
Assembly Bill 34
Relating to: prostitution crime surcharge and making an appropriation.
Ayes: 8 - Representatives Spiros, Sortwell, Steffen, Horlacher, Novak, Schraa, Crowley and Duchow.
Noes: 4 - Representatives Emerson, Cabrera, Spreitzer and Stubbs.