Consideration of resolutions and joint resolutions not requiring a third reading
Senate Joint Resolution 27
Relating to: proclaiming November 1 as Electa Quinney Day in Wisconsin.
hist107525The question was: Adoption of Senate Joint Resolution 27?
Senate Joint Resolution 56
Relating to: honoring the life and service of Glen Moberg.
hist107527Senator Petrowski, with unanimous consent, asked that Senate Joint Resolution 56 be referred to the committee on Senate Organization.
Senate Joint Resolution 62
Relating to: honoring the life and public service of Representative Edward A. Brooks.
hist107552Senator Marklein, with unanimous consent, asked that all members of the Senate be added as cosponsors of Senate Joint Resolution 62.
Senate Joint Resolution 66
Relating to: recognizing October 28, 2019, as First Responders Appreciation Day in Wisconsin.
hist107554The question was: Adoption of Senate Joint Resolution 66?
Senate Joint Resolution 69
Relating to: recognizing the contributions of the 115th Fighter Wing and showing support for basing F-35As at Truax Field Air National Guard Base in Wisconsin.
hist107584Senator Fitzgerald moved that Senate Amendment 1 to Senate Joint Resolution 69 be laid on the table.
The question was: Tabling of Senate Amendment 1 to Senate Joint Resolution 69?
hist107585The question was: Adoption of Senate Joint Resolution 69?
Senator Risser, with unanimous consent, asked to be recorded as voting “No” on the question of adoption of Senate Joint Resolution 69.
Assembly Joint Resolution 48
Relating to: supporting atomic veterans, their spouses, and dependents in receiving medical care and disability compensation.
hist107586The question was: Concurrence of Assembly Joint Resolution 48?
Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that all action be immediately messaged to the Assembly:
Announcements, Adjournment Honors, and Remarks Under Special Privilege
Senator L. Taylor, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of Quanita Jackson, who was killed on August 25, 2019.
Senator Wanggaard, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of his granddaughter Eloise Mae Wanggaard, who is celebrating her 5th birthday today.
Senator Wanggaard, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of his son, Joshua Wanggaard. He is leading a mission trip in Beirut, Lebanon. He is in our prayers..
Senator Hansen, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in memory of the anniversary of the Peshtigo fire, which was the worst fire in American history.
Senator Shilling, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of her mom whose birthday would have been on October 6th. She would have been 76 years old; however, she’ll always be frozen in time as a 49-year-old vibrant mother of three young girls. She died by gunfire. Senator Shilling hopes that this body will someday have the courage and the strength to have a dialogue on this. Senator Shilling is going to be here in November, and she is going to adjourn in honor of her dad whose birthday is in November. He is frozen in time as a 50-year-old vibrant young dad and his death was by multiple gunshot wounds. Senator Shilling hopes as we put forward legislation and want to have a dialogue – and 80% of Wisconsinites want us to talk about how we can prevent senseless gun violence and mass shootings in this state—Senator Shilling hopes we can do that before the time runs out. She hopes we can do it. The clock is ticking. And, so, Senator Shilling would like to adjourn in honor of her loving mother Lynn Anne Wiese Ehlenfeldt. She hopes in her name – and all of the other gun violence deaths and survivors – that we can do something real, that is beyond thoughts and prayers by this body.
Senator Olsen, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of the birth of his new grandson, Chase Michael Danay.
Senate Sergeant at Arms, Ted Blazel, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of Dennis Burns. Dennis Burns was a member of the Senate Sergeant at Arms’ staff for over 30 years. Dennis served as the Deputy Sergeant at Arms and helped to ensure that the day to day operations of the Sergeant at Arms’ office and the Senate ran smoothly. Dennis was known for his friendly demeanor and smile. He loved people and had a dry sense of humor that made people feel very at ease. Dennis passed away in September after a long battle with cancer. He will be missed as a colleague and friend of the members of the Sergeant at Arms’ staff.
Senator Feyen, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate stand adjourned until Thursday, October 10, 2019.