Vehicle theft, reckless driving, and fleeing an officer penalties increased; victim impact panel provision; JRCCP may report - AB853
Vehicle theft, reckless driving, and fleeing an officer penalties increased; victim impact panel provision; JRCCP may report - SB769
Youth aids allocation and one-time start-up cost reimbursement for secured residential care center for children and youth [Sec. 210, 211, 512-521, 9106 (4); A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions, one-time start-up costs and seventeen-year-old juvenile justice aids removed, 513m, deletes 210, 211, 513, 520, 521] - AB56
Youth aids allocation and one-time start-up cost reimbursement for secured residential care center for children and youth [Sec. 210, 211, 512-521, 9106 (4)] - SB59
Youthful offender: sentence adjustment procedure created and mandatory life sentence without parole eliminated - AB775
Youthful offender: sentence adjustment procedure created and mandatory life sentence without parole eliminated - SB815
juvenile detention facilityJuvenile detention facility
Battery by person placed in a facility while awaiting a commitment trial as a sexually violent person: felony crime provision - AB758
Battery by person placed in a facility while awaiting a commitment trial as a sexually violent person: felony crime provision - SB697
Detention contracts prohibited between local governmental units and the federal government or any federal agency re detaining adult and minor noncitizens for civil immigration custody or refugee resettlement purposes; DOC provision - AB485
Detention contracts prohibited between local governmental units and the federal government or any federal agency re detaining adult and minor noncitizens for civil immigration custody or refugee resettlement purposes; DOC provision - SB402
Juvenile correctional services daily rates set and amount transferred from DOC to DHS for Mendota Juvenile Treatment Center operations [Sec. 440, 1980, 1981; A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions] - AB56
Juvenile correctional services daily rates set and amount transferred from DOC to DHS for Mendota Juvenile Treatment Center operations [Sec. 440, 1980, 1981] - SB59
Law violations for which a juvenile may be placed in Serious Juvenile Offender Program (SJOP), juvenile correctional facility, or secured residential care center for children and youth expanded [A.Amdt.1: class of felony specified] - AB806
Law violations for which a juvenile may be placed in Serious Juvenile Offender Program (SJOP), juvenile correctional facility, or secured residential care center for children and youth expanded - SB753
Mendota Juvenile Treatment Center revisions re placement of juveniles, admission and treatment decisions by Mendota Mental Health Institute director, county retains supervision of juveniles and is charged for care, JCF approval for expansion eliminated [Sec. 192, 437-439, 2165-2167, 2259, 9319 (1), 9419 (1); A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions, decisions by the director and county supervision and JCF approval provisions removed, deletes 437-439, 2165, 2166, 2259, 9419 (1)] - AB56
Mendota Juvenile Treatment Center revisions re placement of juveniles, admission and treatment decisions by Mendota Mental Health Institute director, county retains supervision of juveniles and is charged for care, JCF approval for expansion eliminated [Sec. 192, 437-439, 2165-2167, 2259, 9319 (1), 9419 (1)] - SB59
Pharmacy license required for jails, correctional or residential facilities, and health care facilities, provider offices or clinics that have a pharmacist; remote dispensing site provisions revised - AB788
Pharmacy license required for jails, correctional or residential facilities, and health care facilities, provider offices or clinics that have a pharmacist; remote dispensing site provisions revised - SB738
Pregnant and postpartum people in the custody of a correctional facility: use of physical restraints limited; testing for pregnancy and STDs and access to certain health services related to pregnancy provisions - AB398
Pregnant and postpartum people in the custody of a correctional facility: use of physical restraints limited; testing for pregnancy and STDs and access to certain health services related to pregnancy provisions - SB316
School district accountability report: exclude data from juvenile detention facility or residential care center for children, conditions set - AB908
School district accountability report: exclude data from juvenile detention facility or residential care center for children, conditions set - SB823
Secured residential care centers for children and youth established in 2017 WisAct 185: deadline for constructing new facilities and closing Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake schools removed, grant program deadline extended, and juvenile corrections grant committee modified [Sec. 2153-2155, 2157, 2158, 2251-2258, 2260-2262, 9108 (1), 9408 (2); original bill only] - AB56
Secured residential care centers for children and youth established in 2017 WisAct 185: deadline for constructing new facilities and closing Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake schools removed, grant program deadline extended, and juvenile corrections grant committee modified [Sec. 2153-2155, 2157, 2158, 2251-2258, 2260-2262, 9108 (1), 9408 (2)] - SB59
Secured residential care centers for children and youth (SRCCCY) established in 2017 WisAct 185: changes to design and construction grant program, closure date for Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake Schools, grandfathering current juvenile detention programs, transfer and supervision of juveniles between facilities, and purchase of services between counties and DOC; LAB and DHS provisions [A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions, adds DOC to grant variance in certain conditions, hold local public meetings prior to construction, and get prior approval from local government before making modifications] - AB188
Secured residential care centers for children and youth (SRCCCY) established in 2017 WisAct 185: changes to design and construction grant program, closure date for Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake Schools, grandfathering current juvenile detention programs, transfer and supervision of juveniles between facilities, and purchase of services between counties and DOC; LAB and DHS provisions - SB168
Youth aids allocation and one-time start-up cost reimbursement for secured residential care center for children and youth [Sec. 210, 211, 512-521, 9106 (4); A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions, one-time start-up costs and seventeen-year-old juvenile justice aids removed, 513m, deletes 210, 211, 513, 520, 521] - AB56
Youth aids allocation and one-time start-up cost reimbursement for secured residential care center for children and youth [Sec. 210, 211, 512-521, 9106 (4)] - SB59
KK
kaukauna, city ofKaukauna, City of, see Outagamie County
kidney diseaseKidney disease, see Disease
kindergartenKindergarten
Achievement Gap Reduction (AGR) program contract requirements modified - AB739
Child sexual abuse prevention policy and instructional program for kindergarten through sixth grade: DPI to develop and school boards required to adopt DPI program or their own policy and program - AB377
Child sexual abuse prevention policy and instructional program for kindergarten through sixth grade: DPI to develop and school boards required to adopt DPI program or their own policy and program - SB347
Four-year-old kindergarten: age at which a child may attend revised - AB464
Four-year-old kindergarten: age at which a child may attend revised - SB407
Online early learning pilot program for low-income children in certain school districts established; DPI duties and reports and matching funds provisions - AB662
Online early learning pilot program for low-income children in certain school districts established; DPI duties and reports and matching funds provisions [S.Amdt.1: reporting provision expanded, definitions and 1st class city provisions added] - SB595
Pupil enrollment cap in statewide, Milwaukee, and Racine parental choice programs; counting pupils in 4K for state aid and revenue purposes [Sec. 1602, 1604, 1611, 1612, 1615-1624, 1630, 1631, 1646, 1654, 1656-1658, 1664, 1665, 9334 (4), (5); original bill only] - AB56
Pupil enrollment cap in statewide, Milwaukee, and Racine parental choice programs; counting pupils in 4K for state aid and revenue purposes [Sec. 1602, 1604, 1611, 1612, 1615-1624, 1630, 1631, 1646, 1654, 1656-1658, 1664, 1665, 9334 (4), (5)] - SB59
Pupils enrolled in 4-year-old kindergarten program requiring full day attendance: counting for state aid purposes modified - AB465
Pupils enrolled in 4-year-old kindergarten program requiring full day attendance: counting for state aid purposes modified - SB408
Reading readiness of pupils in 4K to 2nd grade: assessment modified and voluntary questionnaire added - AB632
Reading readiness of pupils in 4K to 2nd grade: assessment modified and voluntary questionnaire added - SB578
Tribal language revitalization grants: adding American Indian heritage, language, and cultural instruction program grants for certain children; DPI may contract with Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council to implement and administer [Sec. 139, 278, 1476-1479; original bill only] - AB56
Tribal language revitalization grants: adding American Indian heritage, language, and cultural instruction program grants for certain children; DPI may contract with Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council to implement and administer [Sec. 139, 278, 1476-1479] - SB59
Urban school district grant opportunities re early childhood education, summer school, national teacher certification or master educator licensure, community engagement, and principal training [Sec. 157-159, 161, 1443-1450, 1466-1471, 9334 (6), (7); original bill only] - AB56
Urban school district grant opportunities re early childhood education, summer school, national teacher certification or master educator licensure, community engagement, and principal training [Sec. 157-159, 161, 1443-1450, 1466-1471, 9334 (6), (7)] - SB59
kinship careKinship care, see Day care
kronenwetter, village ofKronenwetter, Village of, see Marathon County
LL
Cesar Chavez Day: March 31, 2020 proclaimed as - AJR150
Marijuana: recreational use and medical use permitted; excise tax, labor peace agreement, registry ID cards, compassion centers, operating a motor vehicle under the influence, fair employment law, insurance, UI, and public assistance provisions; DATCP, DHS, and DOR duties; JRCCP may report - AB220
Marijuana: recreational use and medical use permitted; excise tax, labor peace agreement, registry ID cards, compassion centers, operating a motor vehicle under the influence, fair employment law, insurance, UI, and public assistance provisions; DATCP, DHS, and DOR duties; JRCCP may report - SB377
Worker’s Memorial Day: April 28, 2019 proclaimed as - AJR20
Worker’s Memorial Day: April 28, 2019 proclaimed as - SJR20
Workforce Development Month: September 2019 recognized as - AR7
Workforce Development Month: September 2019 recognized as - SR5
labor and industry review commissionLabor and Industry Review Commission
LIRC moved from DOA to DWD [Sec. 37, 40, 314; original bill only] - AB56
LIRC moved from DOA to DWD [Sec. 37, 40, 314] - SB59
UI law changes re segregated fund, charging of certain benefits, and changes to update provisions and cross-references - SB672
labor unionLabor union
Bay View labor strike and tragedy in 1886: anniversary commemorated every May 5th - AJR36
Bay View labor strike and tragedy in 1886: anniversary commemorated every May 5th and Assembly Chief Clerk to remove portrait of Governor Jeremiah Rusk from public display and hang historic photo of the iron puddlers in Bay View for set number of days - AR5
State procurement or public works projects: 2017 WisAct 3 limitations re labor organizations repealed [Sec. 62, 76, 797-801; original bill only] - AB56
State procurement or public works projects: 2017 WisAct 3 limitations re labor organizations repealed [Sec. 62, 76, 797-801] - SB59
State right to work law repealed [Sec. 1390-1396, 2190; original bill only] - AB56
State right to work law repealed [Sec. 1390-1396, 2190] - SB59
lake delton, village ofLake Delton, Village of, see Sauk County
lakesLakes
Contaminated sediment removal from Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, or a tributary: DNR bonding authority increased [Sec. 299; A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions] - AB56
Contaminated sediment removal from Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, or a tributary: DNR bonding authority increased [Sec. 299] - SB59
DATCP grants and programs: grazing coordinator position created; water stewardship certification grant program created; cooperate with USDA on crop insurance rebates for planting cover crops; producer-led watershed protection grant revisions; soil and water resource conservation grant allocation plan factors to consider; producer-led group eligible for DNR lake protection grants - AB795
DATCP grants and programs: grazing coordinator position created; water stewardship certification grant program created; cooperate with USDA on crop insurance rebates for planting cover crops; producer-led watershed protection grant revisions; soil and water resource conservation grant allocation plan factors to consider; producer-led group eligible for DNR lake protection grants - SB715
Filled lakebed in the City of Racine: authorized uses expanded; DNR appendix report - AB333
Filled lakebed in the City of Racine: authorized uses expanded; DNR appendix report - SB306
Floating treatment wetland placed in a lake or river made eligible for lake management grant and river protection grant - AB503
Floating treatment wetland placed in a lake or river made eligible for lake management grant and river protection grant - SB485
Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Appreciation Day: September 7, 2019 recognized as - AJR45
Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Appreciation Day: September 7, 2019 recognized as - SJR35
Lake biomanipulation projects to improve water quality: DNR grants created - AB798
Lake biomanipulation projects to improve water quality: DNR grants created - SB725
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