hist118004Assembly Bill 972
Relating to: the definition of political action committee for campaign finance purposes, public financing of campaigns, and making an appropriation.
By Representatives Brostoff, Cabrera, Anderson, Hebl, Stubbs, Emerson, Bowen, Spreitzer, Shankland, Neubauer, Considine and Sinicki; cosponsored by Senators Larson and Smith.
hist121423To committee on Campaigns and Elections.
Chief Clerk Reports
The Chief Clerk records:
hist121372Assembly Bill 30
hist121187Assembly Bill 47
hist121387Assembly Bill 75
hist121388Assembly Bill 86
hist121389Assembly Bill 293
hist121390Assembly Bill 310
hist121391Assembly Bill 327
hist121392Assembly Bill 344
hist121393Assembly Bill 357
hist121394Assembly Bill 435
hist121395Assembly Bill 437
hist121396Assembly Bill 454
hist121397Assembly Bill 470
hist121398Assembly Bill 472
hist121399Assembly Bill 502
hist121400Assembly Bill 522
hist121401Assembly Bill 532
hist121402Assembly Bill 576
hist121403Assembly Bill 581
hist121404Assembly Bill 607
hist121385Assembly Bill 645
hist121384Assembly Bill 646
hist121383Assembly Bill 647
hist121382Assembly Bill 650
hist121381Assembly Bill 661
hist121380Assembly Bill 691
hist121379Assembly Bill 692
hist121378Assembly Bill 699
hist121377Assembly Bill 704
hist121376Assembly Bill 731
hist121375Assembly Bill 734
hist121374Assembly Bill 736
hist121373Assembly Bill 818
Presented to the Governor on Friday, February 28.
Assembly Chief Clerk
Executive Communications
State of Wisconsin
Office of the Governor
February 28, 2020
To the Honorable Members of the Assembly:
The following bills, originating in the Assembly, have been approved, signed and deposited in the office of the Secretary of State:
Bill Number   Act Number   Date Approved
hist121509Assembly Bill 47   109   February 28, 2020
hist121511Assembly Bill 49   110   February 28, 2020
hist121515Assembly Bill 86   113   February 28, 2020
hist121507Assembly Bill 222   107   February 28, 2020
hist121505Assembly Bill 633   105   February 28, 2020
hist121517Assembly Bill 691   114   February 28, 2020
hist121519Assembly Bill 704   115   February 28, 2020
hist121513Assembly Bill 804   112   February 28, 2020
Respectfully submitted,
Pursuant to s. 35.095 (1)(b), Wisconsin Statutes, the following 2019 Acts have been published:
Act Number   Bill Number   Publication Date
hist121506Wisconsin Act 105   Assembly Bill 633   February 29, 2020
hist121508Wisconsin Act 107   Assembly Bill 222   February 29, 2020
hist121510Wisconsin Act 109   Assembly Bill 47   February 29, 2020
hist121512Wisconsin Act 110   Assembly Bill 49   February 29, 2020
hist121514Wisconsin Act 112   Assembly Bill 804   February 29, 2020
hist121516Wisconsin Act 113   Assembly Bill 86   February 29, 2020
hist121518Wisconsin Act 114   Assembly Bill 691   February 29, 2020
hist121520Wisconsin Act 115   Assembly Bill 704   February 29, 2020
Governor’s Veto Messages
February 28, 2020
To the Honorable Members of the Assembly:
I am vetoing 2019 Assembly Bill 26 in its entirety.
This bill relates to direct primary care agreements, which is an arrangement where a health care provider agrees to provide primary care services to a patient in exchange for a subscription fee. Under the bill, requirements would be established for a valid direct primary care agreement and valid direct primary care agreements would be exempt from Wisconsin’s insurance laws. Originally, the bill would have prohibited a health care provider, when selecting patients for a direct primary care agreement, from discriminating on the basis of age, citizenship status, color, disability, gender, gender identity, genetic information, health status, existence of a preexisting medical condition, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or any other protected class. However, many of these protections were removed by an amendment. The current bill provides that a health care provider would only be prohibited from discriminating based on a preexisting medical condition, health status, age, race, creed, color, sex, or disability.
hist121523I am vetoing this bill in its entirety because I object to the Legislature removing discrimination protections for certain individuals. In addition, I object to allowing a health care provider to choose not to enter into a direct primary care agreement with a patient based on the patient’s genetics, national origin, gender identity, citizenship status, or whether the patient is LGBTQ. I believe that all individuals should be treated equally.
Respectfully submitted,
Governor of Wisconsin
February 28, 2020
hist121525To the Honorable Members of the Assembly:
I am vetoing 2019 Assembly Bill 805 in its entirety.
This bill requires that the Department of Corrections recommend revoking a person's extended supervision, parole, or probation if the person is charged with a crime while on extended supervision, parole, or probation. Individuals who are participating in the alternatives to revocation program at the Department of Corrections are exempt from the sanctions of this bill.