Amended and concurred in as amended:
hist151332Assembly Bill 675 (Senate amendment 1 adopted)
Action on the Senate Message
Senate Joint Resolution 90
Relating to: recognizing the importance of oil and natural gas pipelines for Wisconsin and its economy.
By Senators Bradley, Ballweg, Nass and Wanggaard; cosponsored by Representatives Spiros, Kuglitsch, Armstrong, Drake, Edming, Gundrum, Milroy, Moses, Plumer, Schraa, Thiesfeldt and Vruwink.
Senate Joint Resolution 93
Relating to: honoring Governor Tommy Thompson as he prepares to depart from his role as interim president of the University of Wisconsin System.
By Senators Darling, Roth, Carpenter, Cowles, Ballweg, Bernier, Bewley, Felzkowski, Petrowski, Wanggaard, Wimberger and Kooyenga; cosponsored by Representatives Krug, Murphy, Armstrong, Baldeh, Billings, Cabral-Guevara, Conley, Dittrich, Duchow, Edming, Hesselbein, James, Mursau, Novak, Loudenbeck, Penterman, Petryk, Shelton, Sinicki, Subeck, Tranel, Spreitzer, Vruwink, Wittke and Schraa.
Senate Bill 252
Relating to: extending the time during which tax increments may be allocated and expenditures for project costs may be made for Tax Incremental District Number 2 in the city of Wisconsin Dells and extending the time during which expenditures for project costs may be made for Tax Incremental District Number 3 in the city of Wisconsin Dells.
By Senators Ballweg and Marklein; cosponsored by Representatives Dallman, Kurtz, Skowronski, Steffen, Tittl and Tusler.
Senate Bill 394
Relating to: advanced practice registered nurses, extending the time limit for emergency rule procedures, providing an exemption from emergency rule procedures, and granting rule-making authority.
By Senators Testin, Felzkowski, Marklein, Stroebel and Jacque; cosponsored by Representatives Cabral-Guevara, Magnafici, Brandtjen, Brooks, Callahan, Gundrum, Kitchens, Knodl, Krug, Kuglitsch, Kurtz, Macco, Murphy, Petersen, J. Rodriguez, Rozar, Snyder, Tauchen, Tittl, Tusler, Wichgers, Riemer, Skowronski and Dittrich.
Senate Bill 564
Relating to: vendors at state correctional institutions.
By Senators Wanggaard, Felzkowski, Johnson, Cowles, Darling, Jagler, Larson, Marklein, L. Taylor and Ballweg; cosponsored by Representatives Schraa, Callahan, Moore Omokunde, Baldeh, Bowen, Cabrera, Dallman, Dittrich, Drake, Goyke, Gundrum, Haywood, Horlacher, Knodl, L. Myers, Rozar, Sinicki, Spiros, Spreitzer, Tittl and Vining.
Assembly Bill 675
Relating to: natural immunity to COVID-19 in lieu of proof of vaccination or test.
By Representatives Horlacher, Cabral-Guevara, Allen, Armstrong, Brandtjen, Brooks, Dittrich, Duchow, Edming, Gundrum, James, Kuglitsch, Macco, Magnafici, Moses, Penterman, Schraa, Skowronski, Sortwell, Spiros, Summerfield, Thiesfeldt, Tittl, Wichgers and Ramthun; cosponsored by Senators Felzkowski, Ballweg, Bernier, Jagler, Marklein, Stafsholt and Stroebel.
December 22, 2021
The Honorable Robin Vos
Speaker of the Assembly
211 West, State Capitol
Madison, WI 53708
The Honorable Chris Kapenga
President of the Senate
220 South, State Capitol
Madison, WI 53707
Dear Assembly Speaker Vos and Senate President Kapenga:
I write today requesting a joint session of the Wisconsin State Legislature for the purpose of delivering the 2022 State of the State Address. I respectfully request a joint session at 7:00 p.m. on one of the following dates:
February 15, 2022
February 22, 2022
Thank you in advance for your consideration of this request. Please do not hesitate to reach out to my office with any questions in the interim. I hope you and your families have a happy and safe holiday season, and I look forward to addressing the full legislature and the people of our state about continuing to move Wisconsin forward, together.
December 27, 2021
The Honorable Governor Evers
State of Wisconsin
115 East, State Capitol
Madison, WI 53702
Dear Governor Evers:
One of the biggest struggles across our state has been filling the 130,000 job openings, while we have 93,000 people who are currently not working. Employers continue to offer incentives, but government dependency has paralyzed many and pushed them away from self-dependency.
The pandemic presented us all with challenges; there is no doubt, but short-term assistance has quickly turned into long-term, unsustainable handouts.
In addition to labor shortages, there are supply shortages and soaring inflation rates, causing families to have to pay significantly more on items such as food and gasoline. Real people are struggling with these pocketbook issues. Wisconsin, with its proud work ethic, needs to get back on track.