Relating to: discrimination in employment, housing, public accommodations, education, insurance coverage, jury duty, and the receipt of mental health or vocational rehabilitation services.
By Representatives Spreitzer, Zamarripa, Cabrera, Anderson, Billings, Bowen, Brostoff, Considine, Crowley, Doyle, Emerson, Fields, Goyke, Gruszynski, Haywood, Hebl, Hesselbein, Hintz, Kolste, McGuire, B. Meyers, Milroy, L. Myers, Neubauer, Ohnstad, Pope, Riemer, Sargent, Shankland, Sinicki, Stubbs, Stuck, Subeck, C. Taylor, Vining and Vruwink; cosponsored by Senators Carpenter, Bewley, Erpenbach, Hansen, Johnson, Larson, Miller, Ringhand, Risser, Schachtner, Shilling, Smith, L. Taylor and Wirch.
hist103739To committee on State Affairs.
hist102428Assembly Bill 320
Relating to: extending voting rights to certain 17-year-old individuals and requiring a referendum.
By Representatives C. Taylor, Sargent, Neubauer, Emerson, Anderson, Vining, Billings, Ohnstad, Pope, Considine, Hesselbein, Sinicki, Subeck, Bowen, Hebl and L. Myers; cosponsored by Senators Risser, L. Taylor, Smith, Carpenter and Larson.
hist103740To committee on Campaigns and Elections.
hist102429Assembly Bill 321
Relating to: setting standards for certain contaminants, providing information relating to off-site disposal of certain waste, extending the time limit for emergency rule procedures, providing an exemption from emergency rule procedures, granting rule-making authority, and making an appropriation.
By Representatives C. Taylor, Gruszynski, Sargent, Sinicki, Anderson, Zamarripa, Stubbs, Stuck, Subeck, Ohnstad, Kolste, Emerson, Spreitzer, Billings, Considine, Hebl, Vining and Shankland; cosponsored by Senators Miller, Hansen, Risser, Larson, Wirch, Erpenbach, Ringhand, Smith, Bewley, Shilling, Carpenter, Johnson, Schachtner and L. Taylor.
hist103741To committee on Environment.
hist102466Assembly Bill 322
Relating to: the availability of information on crimes through the consolidated court automation programs.
By Representatives Sanfelippo, Dittrich, Gundrum, Kuglitsch, Ramthun, Tusler and Wichgers; cosponsored by Senators Craig and Nass.
hist103742To committee on Judiciary.
hist102467Assembly Bill 323
Relating to: regulating fire fighting foam that contains certain contaminants and granting rule-making authority.
By Representatives Nygren, Sargent, Ballweg, Felzkowski, Gundrum, James, Krug, Mursau, Novak, Oldenburg, Skowronski, Spiros, Tusler, Wichgers, Zimmerman and Brooks; cosponsored by Senators Cowles and Petrowski.
hist103743To committee on Environment.
hist102468Assembly Bill 324
Relating to: registration and the scope of practice of interior designers and granting rule-making authority.
By Representatives Horlacher, Stubbs, Gundrum, Knodl, Macco and Rohrkaste; cosponsored by Senators Kapenga, Johnson, Craig, Kooyenga, LeMahieu, Marklein, Nass, Stroebel and L. Taylor.
hist103744To committee on State Affairs.
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:
hist103704Senate Bill 277
Concurred in:
hist103705Assembly Bill 56
hist103706Assembly Bill 188
hist103707Assembly Bill 250
hist103708Assembly Bill 251
hist103709Assembly Bill 273
hist103710Assembly Bill 275
hist103711Assembly Bill 284
Action on the Senate Message
Senate Bill 43
Relating to: paddlewheel raffles.
By Senators Jacque, Marklein, Nass, Olsen and Wanggaard; cosponsored by Representatives Murphy, Mursau, Brooks, Edming, Gundrum, Horlacher, Pronschinske, Quinn, Ramthun, Skowronski, Sortwell, Tranel, Tusler, Wichgers, Zimmerman and Plumer.
hist103729To committee on State Affairs.
Enrolled Bills
The following Assembly proposals, which have been approved by both the Assembly and Senate, have been enrolled by the Legislative Reference Bureau:
hist103720Assembly Bill 56
hist103725Assembly Bill 188
Assembly Chief Clerk
Reference Bureau Corrections
hist103718Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 56
In enrolling, the following corrections were made:
1. Page 5, line 18: after that line insert:
“35m. Page 272, line 8: delete the material beginning with “Transportation;” and ending with “projects.” on line 9.”.
2. Page 6, line 11: delete “1.”.” and substitute “1.”.
3. Page 7, line 11: delete ““35,000,000”” and substitute ““35,000,000.
4. Page 7, line 16: delete ““4,384,400” and substitute ““$4,384,400”.
5. Page 8, line 7: delete “1.”.” and substitute “1.”.
6. Page 17, line 7: after that line insert:
“122m. Page 422, line 7: delete “(im) 1., (d) (j) 1. and (e) (k) 1.” and substitute (i) 1., (d) (im) 1. and (e) (j) 1.”.”.
7. Page 18, line 5: after “(4)” insert “(a) to (c)”.
8. Page 18, line 5: substitute “are for “is.
9. Page 28, line 12: delete “(a)”.
10. Page 28, line 12: delete “paragraph” and substitute “subsection”.
11. Page 28, line 13: delete “par. (a)” and substitute “sub. (1)”.
12. Page 34, line 21: after “(4)” insert “(a) to (c)”.
hist103719Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 56
In enrolling, the following corrections were made:
1. Page 254, line 9: delete “ss. and substitute “ss. s..
2. Page 254, line 9: before “49.849 insert “s..
3. Page 254, line 24: delete “ss. and substitute “ss. s..
4. Page 254, line 24: before “49.849 insert “s..
5. Page 345, line 6: delete “(1g) and 49.257, $15,652,700 and substitute “(1g), $15,652,700 and 49.257,.
6. Page 345, line 6: delete “s.” and substitute “s..
7. Page 460, line 23: delete lines 23 to 25.
8. Page 486, line 15: delete lines 15 and 16.
9. Page 488, line 1: delete lines 1 to 3.
10. Page 488, line 5: delete lines 5 to 15.
11. Page 492, line 8: delete lines 8 and 9.
12. Page 492, line 15: delete lines 15 to 21.
13. Page 493, line 7: delete lines 7 and 8.
14. Page 494, line 5: delete that line.
15. Page 495, line 1: delete lines 1 to 3.
16. Page 495, line 9: delete lines 9 to 15.
17. Page 497, line 22: delete lines 22 to 24.