Tuition repayment incentive program created and HEAB to administer re graduates of UW institutions or technical colleges who were charged nonresident tuition and resided and worked in this state after graduation, conditions specified and sunset and report provisions; DWD and DOR duties - SB181
UI benefits wage threshold adjusted annually based on the consumer price index [Sec. 1378, 1379; original bill only] - AB56
UI benefits wage threshold adjusted annually based on the consumer price index [Sec. 1378, 1379] - SB59
UI drug testing program and preemployment drug testing provisions repealed [Sec. 221, 1369, 1370, 1380, 1381, 1384-1386, 9350 (3), 9450 (2); original bill only] - AB56
UI drug testing program and preemployment drug testing provisions repealed [Sec. 221, 1369, 1370, 1380, 1381, 1384-1386, 9350 (3), 9450 (2)] - SB59
UI law changes re financial outlook statement, Council on Unemployment Insurance report submission, Governor’s special committee, benefits for certain employees, effect of criminal convictions, reimbursable employer debt assessment, waiver of overpayments, collection of debt by DOR, and fiscal agent election of employer status - SB671
UI law changes re segregated fund, charging of certain benefits, and changes to update provisions and cross-references - SB672
Wage claim changes re filing, investigation, statute of limitations, interest, surcharge, costs, and attorney fees; employers required to provide written disclosure statement when employee is hired, conditions specified; licensing agency to deny issuance or renewal of licenses to applicants with unpaid wage claims - AB40
Wage claim changes re filing, investigation, statute of limitations, interest, surcharge, costs, and attorney fees; employers required to provide written disclosure statement when employee is hired, conditions specified; licensing agency to deny issuance or renewal of licenses to applicants with unpaid wage claims - SB40
WC claims: adjudicatory functions of DHA transferred to DWD [Sec. 420-422, 1104-1108, 1111-1213, 1215-1241, 1847-1850, 9150 (1), 9450 (1); original bill only] - AB56
WC claims: adjudicatory functions of DHA transferred to DWD [Sec. 420-422, 1104-1108, 1111-1213, 1215-1241, 1847-1850, 9150 (1), 9450 (1)] - SB59
WC law changes re payment of benefits and other payments, coverage, liability, hearings, disclosure of records, and program administration - SB673
Work search waivers for UI: DWD to establish by rule [Sec. 1357-1362, 9150 (4), 9350 (7), 9450 (7); original bill only] - AB56
Work search waivers for UI: DWD to establish by rule [Sec. 1357-1362, 9150 (4), 9350 (7), 9450 (7)] - SB59
Worker training and employment program eliminated [Sec. 223, 1327; original bill only] - AB56
Worker training and employment program eliminated [Sec. 223, 1327] - SB59
Youth apprenticeship program: curricula development and grant appropriation changes - AB57
Youth apprenticeship program: curricula development and grant appropriation changes - SB88
Youth apprenticeship program: DWD to include specific occupational areas - AB72
Youth apprenticeship program: DWD to include specific occupational areas - SB72
Youth summer jobs program: first class city limitation removed [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 230m, 1325b] - AB56
workforce development, department of _ administrative rulesWorkforce Development, Department of -- Administrative rules
``Intellectual disability” substituted for ``mental retardation”, and similar phrases, in Administrative Rules; definition provisions [Admin.Code DCF 52.59; DHS 10.13, 15 (title), 15.01, 15.02, 15.04, 61.022, 61.43, 61.70, 63.02, 73.07, 101.03, 105.09, 105.12, 107.09, 107.13, 122.02, 129.03, 129.07, 129.09, 132.13, 132.51, 132.695, 134.13, 134.31, 134.42, 134.47, 134.53, 134.60; DWD 272.09; PSC 113.012, 134.02, 134.062, 134.0624, 185.12, 185.37; SPS 326.10] - AB20
``Intellectual disability” substituted for ``mental retardation”, and similar phrases, in Administrative Rules; definition provisions [Admin.Code DCF 52.59; DHS 10.13, 15 (title), 15.01, 15.02, 15.04, 61.022, 61.43, 61.70, 63.02, 73.07, 101.03, 105.09, 105.12, 107.09, 107.13, 122.02, 129.03, 129.07, 129.09, 132.13, 132.51, 132.695, 134.13, 134.31, 134.42, 134.47, 134.53, 134.60; DWD 272.09; PSC 113.012, 134.02, 134.062, 134.0624, 185.12, 185.37; SPS 326.10] - SB19
wpdes _water pollution discharge elimination system_WPDES (Water pollution discharge elimination system), see Water -- Pollution
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youthYouth, see also Children, and its subheadings
Age for marriage: exceptions for minors between ages 16 and 18 eliminated - AB715
Age for marriage: exceptions for minors between ages 16 and 18 eliminated - SB644
Annual fishing license: fee reduced for first-time approvals for persons aged 16, 17, or 65 and older - AB414
Annual fishing license: fee reduced for first-time approvals for persons aged 16, 17, or 65 and older - SB383
Child runaway’s presense at a foster home, group home, or shelter: deadline to notify child welfare agency and parent, guardian, or legal custodian revised; best interest of the child provision - AB926
Child runaway’s presense at a foster home, group home, or shelter: deadline to notify child welfare agency and parent, guardian, or legal custodian revised; best interest of the child provision - SB832
Chippewa Falls Girl Scout tragedy: one year anniversary commemorated on November 3, 2019 - AJR97
Congregate care facility: fingerprint-based background check for all workers required [Sec. 207, 215, 536-548, 550, 552-556, 605, 9106 (1), (2), 9306 (1); A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions] - AB56
Congregate care facility: fingerprint-based background check for all workers required [Sec. 207, 215, 536-548, 550, 552-556, 605, 9106 (1), (2), 9306 (1)] - SB59
Conversion therapy involving a minor: mental health providers prohibited from engaging in; professional discipline provision - AB111
Conversion therapy involving a minor: mental health providers prohibited from engaging in; professional discipline provision - SB107
Driver education program for youth 15 years or older and in out-of-home care: DCF to establish or contract for [Sec. 510; original bill only] - AB56
Driver education program for youth 15 years or older and in out-of-home care: DCF to establish or contract for - AB624
Driver education program for youth 15 years or older and in out-of-home care: DCF to establish or contract for [Sec. 510] - SB59
Family Navigator Program established in DWD, report required - AB375
Family Navigator Program established in DWD, report required - SB344
Firearm storage requirements if child under age 18 is present in the residence; penalty provisions; JRCCP may report - AB417
Homeless and runaway youth services: DCF grant funding increased [Sec. 509, 607] - AB56
Homeless and runaway youth services: DCF grant funding increased [Sec. 509, 607] - SB59
Individuals 17 years of age may vote in a primary election if the individual will be 18 years of age by the election following the primary; statewide referendum required - AB320
Individuals 17 years of age may vote in a primary election if the individual will be 18 years of age by the election following the primary; statewide referendum required - SB307
Jaycees’ ongoing commitment to community commended on the 100th anniversary of its founding - AJR101
Legal age to purchase cigarettes, tobacco products, or nicotine products raised; minimum age to purchase vapor products imposed - AB422
Legal age to purchase cigarettes, tobacco products, or nicotine products raised; minimum age to purchase vapor products imposed - SB364
License to carry concealed weapon: minimum age requirement lowered - AB782
Marijuana possession or distribution: penalty for no more than 25 grams eliminated; distributing to a minor and ordinance provisions [Sec. 2211-2218, 2223, 2242; original bill only] - AB56
Marijuana possession or distribution: penalty for no more than 25 grams eliminated; distributing to a minor and ordinance provisions [Sec. 2211-2218, 2223, 2242] - SB59
Marijuana possession or distribution: penalty for no more than 28 grams eliminated; distributing to a minor and ordinance provisions - AB930
Marijuana possession or distribution: penalty for no more than 28 grams eliminated; distributing to a minor and ordinance provisions - SB577
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
Mental health consultation reimbursement sunset repealed [Sec. 678] - AB56
Mental health consultation reimbursement sunset repealed [Sec. 678] - SB59
Minors 17 years of age may contract for admission to a shelter facility or transitional living program, conditions specified - AB52
Minors 17 years of age may contract for admission to a shelter facility or transitional living program, conditions specified - SB61
Minors age 16 and older that request to be vaccinated without parental or guardian consent: physician or other health care provider authorized to administer, billing provision - AB863
Motorboats: revisions to operation by minors, boating safety certificate provision - AB704
Motorboats: revisions to operation by minors, boating safety certificate provision - SB691
Peer-to-peer suicide prevention programs for public, private, and tribal high schools: DPI competitive grant program established - AB528
Peer-to-peer suicide prevention programs for public, private, and tribal high schools: DPI competitive grant program established - SB498
Person alleged to have violated criminal law, civil law, or municipal ordinance and is subject to juvenile court jurisdiction: age raised from 17 to 18 [Sec. 489, 490, 502-506, 1537, 1746-1748, 1790, 1791, 1978, 1979, 1982, 2148-2152, 2156, 2159-2164, 2168-2178, 2180-2186, 2189, 2192-2196, 2220-2222, 2224, 2230-2234, 2249, 2250, 9308 (1), 9408 (1); original bill only] - AB56
Person alleged to have violated criminal law, civil law, or municipal ordinance and is subject to juvenile court jurisdiction: age raised from 17 to 18 [Sec. 489, 490, 502-506, 1537, 1746-1748, 1790, 1791, 1978, 1979, 1982, 2148-2152, 2156, 2159-2164, 2168-2178, 2180-2186, 2189, 2192-2196, 2220-2222, 2224, 2230-2234, 2249, 2250, 9308 (1), 9408 (1)] - SB59
Prostitution: prosecuting person under age 18 prohibited - AB41
Prostitution: prosecuting person under age 18 prohibited - SB49
Qualified residential treatment program for children and youth: DCF may certify a residential care center, group home, or shelter care facility to operate under certain conditions - AB643
Qualified residential treatment program for children and youth: DCF may certify a residential care center, group home, or shelter care facility to operate under certain conditions - SB609
Restraints used on child under 18 years old in juvenile or criminal court prohibited, exception provision - AB774
Restraints used on child under 18 years old in juvenile or criminal court prohibited, exception provision - SB813
Runaway Prevention Month: November 2019 proclaimed as - AJR99
Runaway Prevention Month: November 2019 proclaimed as - SJR73
School breakfast program: eligibility expanded and reimbursement to schools that ceased operations prohibited [Sec. 1424, 1425; original bill only] - AB56
School breakfast program: eligibility expanded and reimbursement to schools that ceased operations prohibited [Sec. 1424, 1425] - SB59
School day milk program expanded [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 1425f] - AB56
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
Stands operated by minors allowed without a food processing plant license or retail food establishment license; conditions, ordinance, and definition provisions - AB186
Stands operated by minors allowed without a food processing plant license or retail food establishment license; conditions, ordinance, and definition provisions - SB170
TANF allocations [Sec. 643, 644, 647; A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions, 644c, 9101 (3m), deletes 647] - AB56
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