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Special Order of
Business at 11:20 A.M.
Assembly Bill 896
Relating to: body cameras on law enforcement officers.
hist120379Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent that Assembly Bill 896 be laid on the table. Granted.
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Special Order of
Business at 11:21 A.M.
hist120380Assembly Bill 897
Relating to: investigations by the Elections Commission based on information from the Electronic Registration Information Center and from municipal clerks indicating that Wisconsin registered voters may have voted more than once in the same election, and complaints filed with the Elections Commission alleging election law violations.
hist120381The question was: Shall Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 897 be adopted?
Motion carried.
hist119685Assembly Amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 897 offered by Representatives Vining, Stubbs, L. Myers, Anderson, Billings, Bowen, Brostoff, Cabrera, Considine, Crowley, Doyle, Fields, Goyke, Haywood, Hebl, Hesselbein, Hintz, Kolste, McGuire, B. Meyers, Milroy, Neubauer, Ohnstad, Pope, Riemer, Sargent, Shankland, Sinicki, Spreitzer, Stuck, Subeck, C. Taylor, Vruwink and Zamarripa.
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Point of Order
hist120382Representative Steineke rose to the point of order that Assembly Amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 897 was not germane under Assembly Rule 54 (3)(f).
Speaker Pro Tempore August ruled the point of order well taken.
hist120383Representative Spreitzer appealed the decision of the Chair.
hist120384The question was: Shall the ruling of the chair stand as the ruling of the Assembly?
The roll was taken.
The result follows:
Ayes - Representatives Allen, August, Ballweg, Born, Brandtjen, Brooks, Dittrich, Duchow, Edming, Felzkowski, Gundrum, Horlacher, Hutton, Jagler, James, Katsma, Kerkman, Kitchens, Knodl, Krug, Kuglitsch, Kulp, Kurtz, Loudenbeck, Macco, Magnafici, Murphy, Mursau, Neylon, Novak, Nygren, Oldenburg, Ott, Petersen, Petryk, Plumer, Pronschinske, Quinn, Ramthun, Rodriguez, Rohrkaste, Sanfelippo, Schraa, Skowronski, Snyder, Sortwell, Spiros, Stafsholt, Steffen, Steineke, Summerfield, Swearingen, Tauchen, Thiesfeldt, Tittl, Tranel, Tusler, VanderMeer, Vorpagel, Wichgers, Wittke, Zimmerman and Speaker Vos - 63.
Noes - Representatives Anderson, Billings, Bowen, Brostoff, Cabrera, 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, Spreitzer, Stubbs, Stuck, Subeck, C. Taylor, Vining, Vruwink and Zamarripa - 36.
Absent or not voting - None.
Motion carried.
hist120385The question was: Shall Assembly Bill 897 be ordered engrossed and read a third time?
Motion carried.
hist120386Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Assembly Bill 897 be given a third reading. Granted.
hist120387The question was: Assembly Bill 897 having been read three times, shall the bill be passed?
Motion carried.
hist120388Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Assembly Bill 897 be immediately messaged to the Senate. Granted.
hist120389Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Senate Bill 819 be withdrawn from the Senate message and taken up at this time. Granted.
hist120390Senate Bill 819
Relating to: ratification of the agreement negotiated between the state of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Association, for the 2017-19 biennium, covering employees in the public safety collective bargaining unit, and authorizing an expenditure of funds.
By joint committee on Employment Relations
hist120391The question was: Shall Senate Bill 819 be ordered to a third reading?
Motion carried.
hist120392Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Senate Bill 819 be given a third reading. Granted.
hist120393The question was: Senate Bill 819 having been read three times, shall the bill be concurred in?
The roll was taken.
The result follows:
Ayes - Representatives Allen, Anderson, August, Ballweg, Billings, Born, Bowen, Brandtjen, Brooks, Brostoff, Cabrera, Considine, Crowley, Dittrich, Doyle, Duchow, Edming, Emerson, Felzkowski, Fields, Goyke, Gruszynski, Gundrum, Haywood, Hebl, Hesselbein, Hintz, Horlacher, Hutton, Jagler, James, Katsma, Kerkman, Kitchens, Knodl, Kolste, Krug, Kuglitsch, Kulp, Kurtz, Loudenbeck, Macco, Magnafici, McGuire, B. Meyers, Milroy, Murphy, Mursau, L. Myers, Neubauer, Neylon, Novak, Nygren, Ohnstad, Oldenburg, Ott, Petersen, Petryk, Plumer, Pope, Pronschinske, Quinn, Ramthun, Riemer, Rodriguez, Rohrkaste, Sanfelippo, Sargent, Schraa, Shankland, Sinicki, Skowronski, Snyder, Sortwell, Spiros, Spreitzer, Stafsholt, Steffen, Steineke, Stubbs, Stuck, Subeck, Summerfield, Swearingen, Tauchen, C. Taylor, Thiesfeldt, Tittl, Tranel, Tusler, VanderMeer, Vining, Vorpagel, Vruwink, Wichgers, Wittke, Zamarripa, Zimmerman and Speaker Vos - 99.
Noes - None.
Absent or not voting - None.
Motion carried.
hist120394Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Senate Bill 819 be immediately messaged to the Senate. Granted.
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Special Order of
Business at 11:22 A.M.
Assembly Bill 909
Relating to: ratification of the agreement negotiated between the state of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Association, for the 2017-19 biennium, covering employees in the public safety collective bargaining unit, and authorizing an expenditure of funds.
hist120395Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent that Assembly Bill 909 be laid on the table. Granted.
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Special Order of
Business at 11:24 A.M.
hist120396Senate Bill 43
Relating to: paddlewheel raffles.
hist120397The question was: Shall Senate Bill 43 be ordered to a third reading?
Motion carried.
hist120398Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Senate Bill 43 be given a third reading. Granted.
hist120399The question was: Senate Bill 43 having been read three times, shall the bill be concurred in?
Motion carried.
hist120400Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Senate Bill 43 be immediately messaged to the Senate. Granted.
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Special Order of
Business at 11:26 A.M.
hist120401Senate Bill 70
Relating to: bringing contraband into a jail or prison and providing a penalty.
hist120402The question was: Shall Senate Bill 70 be ordered to a third reading?
Motion carried.
hist120403Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Senate Bill 70 be given a third reading. Granted.
hist120404The question was: Senate Bill 70 having been read three times, shall the bill be concurred in?
Motion carried.
hist120405Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Senate Bill 70 be immediately messaged to the Senate. Granted.
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Special Order of
Business at 11:27 A.M.
hist120406Senate Bill 72
Relating to: requiring certain occupational areas to be included in the youth apprenticeship program.
hist119580Assembly Amendment 1 to Senate Bill 72 offered by Representative Schraa.
hist120407Representative Schraa asked unanimous consent that Assembly Amendment 1 to Senate Bill 72 be withdrawn and returned to author. Granted.
hist120408The question was: Shall Senate Bill 72 be ordered to a third reading?
Motion carried.
hist120409Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Senate Bill 72 be given a third reading. Granted.
hist120410The question was: Senate Bill 72 having been read three times, shall the bill be concurred in?
Motion carried.
hist120411Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Senate Bill 72 be immediately messaged to the Senate. Granted.
Representative Zamarripa in the chair.
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