c. the Secretary of the Department of Health Services or a designee;
d. the Executive Director of the State of Wisconsin investment Board or a designee;
e. Two members of the Wisconsin State Assembly, one representing each caucus;
f. Two members of the Wisconsin State Senate, one representing each caucus;
g. Other individuals appointed by the Governor to serve at the pleasure of the Governor, who may include individuals representing the business community, the financial services industry, organized labor, and retirees.
2. The Task Force shall do the following:
a. Assess the overall preparedness of the state in supporting Wisconsinites’ ability to retire in a financially secure manner;
b. Evaluate Wisconsin’s current retirement system as well as employer-sponsored and individual retirement plans’ financial impact to the state and overall economy;
c. Identify challenges and obstacles facing Wisconsinites seeking to retire in a financially secure manner;
d. Identify barriers to accessing existing employer-sponsored and individual retirement plans commonly available to Wisconsinites;
e. Identify barriers to participation in public and private retirement options;
f. Research best practices from industry, academia, and other states on retirement security;
g. Provide guidance on the average amount a Wisconsinite should save to achieve a secure retirement; and
h. Provide recommendations regarding:
i. How the state can best address the retirement crisis for Wisconsinites who do not have a way to save for retirement;
ii. Reducing the regulatory and operational burden on small businesses who want to offer payroll deduction retirement savings options to employees;
iii. Encouraging younger Wisconsinites to save early in life;
iv. Other innovative reforms to help Wisconsinites retire in a financially secure manner.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Great Seal of the State of Wisconsin to be affixed. Done at the Executive Residence in the City of Madison this sixteenth day of September, in the year two thousand nineteen.
By the Governor:
DOUGLAS LA FOLLETTE
Secretary of State
Referrals and Receipt of Committee Reports Concerning Proposed Administrative Rules
The joint committee for review of Administrative Rules reported and recommended:
Relating to flammable, combustible, and hazardous liquids in Wisconsin.
Relating to income and franchise tax provisions.
Relating to predetermination of conviction record prior to submitting a full application for licensure.
Relating to assessor certification.
The committee on Health and Human Services reported and recommended:
Relating to reporting of blood lead test results.
hist105621Referred to the joint committee for review of Administrative Rules, September 16, 2019.
Relating to community substance abuse service standards.
hist105619Referred to the joint committee for review of Administrative Rules, September 16, 2019.
Relating to screening of newborns for congenital and metabolic disorders.
hist105617Referred to the joint committee for review of Administrative Rules, September 16, 2019.