2021 - 2022 LEGISLATURE
ASSEMBLY AMENDMENT 1,
TO SENATE SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT 1,
TO ASSEMBLY BILL 1
January 26, 2021 - Offered by Representative Steineke.
70.511 (2) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
(a) If the reviewing authority has not made a determination prior 6
to the time of the tax levy with respect to a particular objection to the amount, 7
valuation or taxability of property, the tax levy on the property or person shall be 8
based on the contested assessed value of the property. A tax bill shall be sent to, and 9
paid by, the person subject to the tax levy as though there had been no objection filed, 10
except that the payment shall be considered to be made under protest. The entire 11
tax bill shall be paid when due under s. 74.11, 74.12 or 74.87 even though the 12
reviewing authority has reduced the assessment prior to the time for full payment
of the tax billed. The requirement to pay a tax timely under this paragraph does not 2
apply to taxes due and payable in 2020 if paid by October 1, 2020, or by any 3
installment date for which taxes are due after October 1, 2020, nor to taxes due and
4payable in 2021 if paid by October 1, 2021, or by any installment date for which taxes
5are due after October 1, 2021
74.35 (5) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
(c) No claim may be filed or maintained under this section unless the 8
tax for which the claim is filed, or any authorized installment payment of the tax, is 9
timely paid under s. 74.11, 74.12 or 74.87. This paragraph does not apply to taxes 10
due and payable in 2020 if paid by October 1, 2020, or by any installment date for 11
which taxes are due after October 1, 2020, nor to taxes due and payable in 2021 if paid
12by October 1, 2021, or by any installment date for which taxes are due after October
74.37 (4) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
(b) No claim or action for an excessive assessment may be brought or 16
maintained under this section unless the tax for which the claim is filed, or any 17
authorized installment of the tax, is timely paid under s. 74.11 or 74.12. This 18
paragraph does not apply to taxes due and payable in 2020 if paid by October 1, 2020, 19
or by any installment date for which taxes are due after October 1, 2020, nor to taxes
20due and payable in 2021 if paid by October 1, 2021, or by any installment date for
21which taxes are due after October 1, 2021
1101.643 Occupancy before inspection; permit. (1)
A dwelling unit that 2
is occupied in accordance with local ordinances before undergoing all inspections for 3
compliance with the one- and 2-family dwelling code may be granted an occupancy 4
permit if the dwelling unit later passes a final inspection for compliance with the 5
one- and 2-family dwelling code.
If an occupancy permit for a dwelling unit is granted after the dwelling unit 7
is occupied as described in sub. (1), any missed inspection of the dwelling unit may 8
not be listed as a finding on the occupancy permit.”.
12103.375 Mandatory vaccination for employment prohibited.
employer may require an employee or prospective employee to receive a vaccine 14
against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, which causes COVID-19, or show proof of 15
having received such a vaccine, as a condition of an offer of employment or continued 16
employment with the employer.”.
118.133 (1) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
(a) A school board shall permit a pupil who resides in the school 21
district and is enrolled in a home-based private educational program
or a virtual
to participate in interscholastic athletics in the school district on the 23
same basis and to the same extent that it permits pupils enrolled in the school district 24
118.133 (1) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
(b) Upon request, the home-based educational program or virtual
in which the pupil is enrolled shall provide the school board with a 4
written statement that the pupil meets the school board's requirements for 5
participation in interscholastic athletics based on age and academic and disciplinary 6
records. No person may provide a false statement under this paragraph. The school 7
board may not question the accuracy or validity of the statement or request 8
118.133 (2) Extracurricular activities.
A school board shall permit a pupil 11
who resides in the school district and is enrolled in a home-based private educational 12
program or a virtual charter school
to participate in extracurricular activities in the 13
school district on the same basis and to the same extent that it permits pupils 14
enrolled in the school district to participate.”.
153.23 (2) of the statutes is renumbered 153.23 and amended to 18
19153.23 Public health emergency dashboard.
public health 20
emergency related to the 2019 novel coronavirus declared under 42 USC 247d by the
21secretary of the federal department of health and human services that is related to
22an outbreak or epidemic of communicable disease and that applies to any portion of
, the entity under contract under s. 153.05 (2m) (a) shall prepare and 24
publish a public health emergency dashboard using health care emergency
preparedness program information collected by the state from acute care hospitals. 2
A dashboard published under this section shall include information to assist 3
emergency response planning activities. For purposes of this section, the entity and 4
the department shall enter into a data use agreement and mutually agree to the 5
health care emergency preparedness program information the department will 6
provide to the entity, the information the entity will include in the dashboard, any 7
publication schedule, and any other terms considered necessary by the entity or the 8
(a) A local health officer may not take any action to close or forbid 12
gatherings in places of worship to control outbreaks and epidemics of COVID-19.
(b) Nothing in this subsection shall be construed to confer any authority on a 14
local health officer to close or restrict capacity in places of worship or businesses.
The department may close schools and forbid public gatherings in 17
schools, churches, and other places to control outbreaks and epidemics. The
18department may not order the closure of or forbid gatherings in places of worship to
19control outbreaks and epidemics of the 2019 novel coronavirus.
Notwithstanding sub. (6) and s. 252.041, the department may not 23
require individuals to receive a vaccine against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, which 24
Notwithstanding sub. (2), a local health officer may not require 3
individuals to receive a vaccine against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, which causes 4
7447.059 Administering certain vaccines. (1)
A dentist may administer 8
without a prescription order a vaccine against SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus or 9
influenza only if he or she satisfies all of the following:
(a) The dentist successfully completes 12 hours in a course of study and 11
training approved by the examining board in vaccination storage, protocols, 12
administration technique, emergency procedures, and record keeping.
(b) The dentist has in effect liability insurance that covers the dentist against 14
loss, expense, and liability resulting from errors, omissions, or neglect in the 15
administration of vaccines against SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and influenza in an 16
amount that is not less than $1,000,000 for each occurrence and $2,000,000 for all 17
occurrences in any one policy year.
(c) The dentist maintains proof of completing a course of study and training 19
specified in par. (a) and satisfying the requirement specified in par. (b).
A dentist may not administer a vaccine under sub. (1) to a child who is under 21
the age of 6 unless all of the following apply:
(a) The vaccine is administered pursuant to a prescription order issued within 23
the 29 days immediately preceding the day on which the vaccine is administered.
(b) The dentist successfully completes a course of instruction approved by the 2
examining board that includes the administration of vaccines against SARS-CoV-2 3
coronavirus and influenza to children under the age of 6.
(c) The dentist maintains proof of completing a course of instruction specified 5
in par. (b).
Upon request, a dentist shall provide copies of proof required under subs. 7
(1) (c) and (2) (c) to the department or the examining board.
A dentist who administers a vaccine under sub. (1) shall update the 9
Wisconsin Immunization Registry established by the department of health services 10
within 7 days of administering the vaccine.”.
450.035 (2i) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
(a) Subject to subs. (2) and (2g), a pharmacist or a person engaged 16
in the practice of pharmacy under s. 450.03 (1) (f), (fm),
or (g) may administer without 17
a prescription order any vaccine listed in the current immunization schedules 18
recommended by the federal advisory committee on immunization practices and 19
published by the federal centers for disease control and prevention.
450.035 (2i) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
(b) Subject to subs. (2) and (2g), a pharmacist or a person engaged 22
in the practice of pharmacy under s. 450.03 (1) (f), (fm),
or (g) may initiate and 23
administer any vaccine not listed in the current immunization schedules 24
recommended by the federal advisory committee on immunization practices and
published by the federal centers for disease control and prevention if the vaccine is 2
administered pursuant to a prescription order, vaccination protocol, or standing 3
609.205 (3r) of the statutes is created to read:
This section does not apply to a service, treatment, or supply that 8
is a dental service, treatment, or supply.”.
“6m. Page 33, line 19: delete the material beginning with that line and ending 11
with page 34, line 7.”.
Practice of emergency medical services personnel and providers with
16credentials from outside this state.
In this subsection:
“Ambulance service provider” has the meaning given in s. 256.01 (3).
“Credential” means a license, permit, certification, or registration that 20
authorizes or qualifies any of the following:
An individual to perform acts that are substantially the same as those acts 22
that an individual who holds a certification as an emergency medical responder or 23
license as an emergency medical services practitioner in this state is authorized to 24
A provider to perform acts that are substantially the same as those acts that 2
an ambulance service provider that is licensed in this state is authorized to perform.
“Emergency medical responder” has the meaning given in s. 256.01 (4p).
“Emergency medical services practitioner” has the meaning given in s. 5
6(b) Practice authorized.
Unless the person qualifies for an exemption under s. 7
256.15 (2) (b) or (c) or is acting under s. 257.03, any individual with a current, valid 8
credential issued by another state may practice under that credential and within the 9
scope of that credential in this state without first obtaining a temporary or 10
permanent license as an emergency medical services practitioner or certification as 11
an emergency medical responder from the department of health services if all of the 12
following are satisfied:
The practice is necessary to ensure the continued and safe delivery of 14
emergency medical or health care services.
The individual is not currently under investigation and does not currently 16
have any restrictions or limitations placed on the credential by the state that issued 17
the credential or any other jurisdiction.
The need for emergency medical services reasonably prevented obtaining a 19
license or certification in this state in advance of practice.