The houses went into joint convention.
Senate President Roth presiding.
Senator Roth recognized the presence of Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes, Attorney General Josh Kaul, Superintendent of Public Instruction Carolyn Stanford Taylor and State Treasurer Sarah Godlewski; Chief Justice Patience Roggensack, Justice Rebecca Grassl Bradley, Justice Daniel Kelly, Justice Rebecca Frank Dallet and Justice Brian Hagedorn of the Wisconsin Supreme Court; and Wisconsin Tribal Leaders Chairman Doug Cox of the Menomonee Tribe of Wisconsin, Treasurer Trish King of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin; President Shannon Holsey of the Stockbridge-Munsee Community, Vice Chairwoman Lorraine Gouge of the Lac Courte Oreilles Tribe of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians, President Marlon WhiteEagle of the Ho Chunk Nation, Chairman Rick Peterson of the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians, President Joseph Wildcat, Sr. of the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Band of Chippewa Indians and Chairman Ned Daniels of the Forest County Potawatomi.
Assembly Sergeant-at-Arms Anne Tonnon Byers announced the arrival of Governor Tony Evers.
Escorted by Senators Kooyenga and Miller, and Representatives Kulp and Subeck, Governor Tony Evers took his place at the rostrum to deliver his state of the state address.
Pursuant to Joint Rule 73, the governor’s message is printed in the Senate journal only.
Representative Steineke moved that the joint convention arise.
The question was: Shall the joint convention arise?
The Assembly reconvened.
Speaker Vos in the chair.
Representative Steineke moved that the Assembly stand adjourned pursuant to Senate Joint Resolution 1.
The question was: Shall the Assembly stand adjourned?
The Assembly stood adjourned.
hist114359Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 473 offered by Representative Pope. hist114381Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 501 offered by Representative Loudenbeck. hist114421Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 556 offered by Representative Loudenbeck. hist114347Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 569 offered by Representative Emerson. hist114349Assembly Amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 569 offered by Representative Emerson. hist114380Assembly Amendment 3 to Assembly Bill 569 offered by Representative Spreitzer. hist114422Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 690 offered by Representative Plumer.
Introduction and Reference of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
Relating to: leasing tax exempt property of a church or religious organization to an educational association.
By Representatives Wittke, Loudenbeck and McGuire; cosponsored by Senators Marklein, Kooyenga and Carpenter.
Relating to: employer liability for not drug testing employees and prospective employees.
By Representatives Sortwell, Bowen, Anderson, Brostoff, Emerson, Spreitzer and Stubbs; cosponsored by Senators Smith and Larson.
hist114403To committee on Small Business Development.
Relating to: referral of legislation to the Joint Review Committee on Criminal Penalties.
By Representatives Bowen, Crowley, Anderson, Brostoff, Considine, Goyke, Gruszynski, Kolste, L. Myers, Neubauer, Spreitzer, Stubbs, Subeck, C. Taylor, Zamarripa and Cabrera; cosponsored by Senators L. Taylor, Larson and Smith.
Relating to: the use of restraints on a child in juvenile or criminal court.
By Representatives Bowen, Crowley, Anderson, Brostoff, Considine, Goyke, Gruszynski, Kolste, L. Myers, Neubauer, Sargent, Spreitzer, Stubbs, Subeck, Zamarripa and Cabrera; cosponsored by Senators L. Taylor, Johnson, Larson and Smith.
Relating to: sentencing for crimes committed by a person who is under the age of 18.
By Representatives Bowen, Novak, Crowley, Anderson, Billings, Brostoff, Considine, Goyke, Gruszynski, Kolste, L. Myers, Neubauer, Spreitzer, Stubbs, Subeck, Stuck, C. Taylor, Zamarripa and Cabrera; cosponsored by Senators L. Taylor, Johnson, Larson and Smith.
hist114406To committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety.
Relating to: statute of limitations for second-degree sexual assault.
By Representatives Wichgers, Horlacher, C. Taylor, Bowen, Neylon, Kulp and Subeck; cosponsored by Senators Jacque and Carpenter.
Relating to: the appointment of a guardian ad litem in a proceeding to grant reasonable visitation rights to a nonparent.
By Representatives Brandtjen and L. Myers; cosponsored by Senator Jacque.
Relating to: prohibiting the out-of-home placement of a child with a person with a record of a crime against a child.
By Representatives Tittl, C. Taylor, Subeck and Gruszynski; cosponsored by Senators Jacque, Carpenter and Nass.
Relating to: participation in interscholastic athletics and extracurricular activities.
By Representatives Allen, Kulp, Brandtjen, Duchow, Edming, Magnafici, Mursau, Pronschinske, Ramthun, Thiesfeldt, Wichgers, Gundrum, Skowronski, Loudenbeck, Felzkowski and Ballweg; cosponsored by Senators Petrowski, Nass and Kapenga.
Relating to: creating an income and franchise tax deduction for interest on a loan secured by agricultural real estate.
By Representative Kurtz; cosponsored by Senator Marklein.
Relating to: inspection requirements for chemical recovery boilers.
By Representatives VanderMeer, Krug, Felzkowski, Mursau, Rohrkaste, Snyder, Steffen, Tauchen and Tittl; cosponsored by Senators Testin, Kapenga, Nass and Tiffany.
Relating to: minimum age to be eligible for a license to carry a concealed weapon.
By Representatives Sortwell, Brooks and Quinn; cosponsored by Senator Jacque.
hist114413To committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety.
Relating to: immunization-related mail.
By Representatives Sortwell, Dittrich, Milroy, Pronschinske, Allen, Stubbs, Tusler, Kulp and Tittl; cosponsored by Senators Jacque and L. Taylor.
hist114414To committee on Constitution and Ethics.
Relating to: modifying administrative rules relating to the use of wood to contain bear bait in stumps.
By Representatives Stafsholt, Edming, Felzkowski, Knodl, Krug, Magnafici, Oldenburg, Quinn, Sortwell, Tittl, VanderMeer and Spiros; cosponsored by Senators Tiffany, Feyen, Testin, Schachtner and Bernier.