By Senators Jacque, Felzkowski, Kapenga, Marklein, Petrowski, Wanggaard, Wimberger, Stroebel, Bernier, Stafsholt, Nass, Ballweg and Bradley; cosponsored by Representatives Thiesfeldt, Horlacher, Brooks and Schraa.
Senate Bill 7
Relating to: closure of and forbidding gatherings in places of worship.
By Senators Jacque, Stroebel, Darling, Felzkowski, Kapenga, Marklein, Petrowski, Wanggaard, Testin, Wimberger, Stafsholt, Nass, Kooyenga, Ballweg and Bradley; cosponsored by Representatives Thiesfeldt, Horlacher, Brooks and Schraa.
Senate Bill 10
Relating to: educational qualifications for certified public accountants.
By Senators Kooyenga, Ballweg, Darling, Felzkowski, Marklein and Nass; cosponsored by Representatives Wittke, Dittrich, Gundrum, Knodl, Kuglitsch, Moses, Ramthun, Rozar, Skowronski, Tranel, VanderMeer and Zimmerman.
Senate Bill 38
Relating to: return to in-person work for state employees.
By Senators Stroebel, Felzkowski, Jacque, Marklein, Bradley and Stafsholt; cosponsored by Representatives Rozar, Dittrich, Brooks and Skowronski.
Senate Bill 39
Relating to: participation in interscholastic athletics and extracurricular activities and school district membership in an interscholastic athletic association in the 2021-22 school year.
By Senators Stroebel, Bernier, Felzkowski, Jacque, Nass and Marklein; cosponsored by Representatives Dittrich, Rozar, Magnafici, Brooks, Skowronski and Edming.
Senate Bill 79
Relating to: monitoring extension and outreach hours of certain University of Wisconsin System faculty and academic staff who provide extension services in applied agricultural research.
By Senators Marklein, Ballweg, Nass, Petrowski, Testin and Stroebel; cosponsored by Representatives Loudenbeck, Murphy, Novak, Tauchen, Tranel, VanderMeer, Oldenburg and Snyder.
Senate Bill 110
Relating to: applications for full-time open enrollment.
By Senator Ballweg; cosponsored by Representative Loudenbeck.
Senate Bill 116
Relating to: modifications to legal custody or physical placement contingent upon a future event.
By Senators Ballweg, Darling, Jacque, Stroebel, Wanggaard and Johnson; cosponsored by Representatives J. Rodriguez, Brooks, Armstrong, Billings, Brandtjen, Dittrich, Doyle, Duchow, James, Kitchens, Magnafici, Moses, Murphy, Mursau, Oldenburg, Rozar, Spiros, Steffen, Tusler and Skowronski.
Reference Bureau Corrections
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March 17, 2021
Edward A. Blazel
Assembly Chief Clerk
17 West Main Street, Suite 401
Madison, WI 53703
Dear Chief Clerk Blazel:
I am reappointing Representative Thiesfeldt to the State Superintendent's Academic Standards Review Council. Please facilitate this appointment and send notice to the State Superintendent’s Office.
ROBIN J. VOS
Calendar of Tuesday, March 16
Relating to: state response to COVID-19 related to health services and practice of health care providers licensed outside of this state.
hist129365Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 148 offered by Representatives B. Meyers, Doyle, Shankland, Vining, S. Rodriguez, Andraca, Sinicki, Cabrera, Baldeh, Spreitzer, Conley, Considine, Emerson, Subeck, Hebl, Hintz, Hesselbein, Snodgrass, Ohnstad, Anderson, Drake, Vruwink, Billings, Goyke, Bowen, Stubbs, McGuire, Neubauer, Hong, Pope, Ortiz-Velez, Brostoff, Shelton, Riemer, Moore Omokunde, L. Myers and Haywood.
Point of Order
hist129643Representative Steineke rose to the point of order that Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 148 was not germane under Assembly Rule 54.
Speaker Pro Tempore August ruled the point of order well taken.
hist129644Representative Spreitzer appealed the decision of the Chair. hist129645The question was: Shall the ruling of the Chair stand as the ruling of the Assembly?
The roll was taken.
The result follows:
Ayes - Representatives Allen, Armstrong, August, Born, Brandtjen, Brooks, Cabral-Guevara, Callahan, Dallman, Dittrich, Duchow, Edming, Gundrum, Horlacher, Jagler, James, Katsma, Kerkman, Kitchens, Knodl, Krug, Kuglitsch, Kurtz, Loudenbeck, Magnafici, Moses, Murphy, Mursau, Neylon, Novak, Oldenburg, Petersen, Petryk, Plumer, Pronschinske, Ramthun, J. Rodriguez, Rozar, Sanfelippo, Schraa, Skowronski, Snyder, Sortwell, Spiros, Steffen, Steineke, Summerfield, Swearingen, Tauchen, Thiesfeldt, Tittl, Tranel, Tusler, VanderMeer, Vorpagel, Wichgers, Wittke, Zimmerman and Speaker Vos - 59.
Noes - Representatives Anderson, Andraca, Baldeh, Brostoff, Cabrera, Conley, Considine, Doyle, Drake, Emerson, Goyke, Haywood, Hebl, Hesselbein, Hintz, Hong, McGuire, B. Meyers, Milroy, Moore Omokunde, L. Myers, Neubauer, Ohnstad, Ortiz-Velez, Riemer, S. Rodriguez, Shelton, Sinicki, Snodgrass, Spreitzer, Stubbs, Subeck, Vining and Vruwink - 34.
Absent or not voting - Representatives Billings, Bowen, Macco, Pope and Shankland - 5.
hist129611Assembly Amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 148 offered by Representative VanderMeer. hist129646The question was: Shall Assembly Amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 148 be adopted?
hist129647The question was: Shall Assembly Bill 148 be ordered engrossed and read a third time?
hist129648Representative Pope asked unanimous consent that her leave of absence be lifted. Granted.
Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Assembly Bill 148 be given a third reading. Granted.
hist129649The question was: Assembly Bill 148 having been read three times, shall the bill be passed?
hist129650Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Assembly Bill 148 be immediately messaged to the Senate. Granted.
Calendar of Wednesday, March 17
Relating to: making various changes to statutes administered by the Public Service Commission and requiring investor-owned energy utilities to fund a consumer advocate.
hist129652The question was: Shall Assembly Amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 27 be adopted?
Leaves of Absence
Representative Vorpagel asked unanimous consent for a leave of absence for part of today's session for Representative James. Granted.
The question was: Shall Assembly Bill 27 be ordered engrossed and read a third time?
hist129654Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Assembly Bill 27 be given a third reading. Granted. hist129655The question was: Assembly Bill 27 having been read three times, shall the bill be passed?
hist129656Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Assembly Bill 27 be immediately messaged to the Senate. Granted. hist129657Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent that Senate Bill 48 be withdrawn from today's calendar and taken up at this time. Granted.