Building trades crafts bargaining unit: 2023-2024 contract ratification - Act 39
Building trades crafts bargaining unit: 2023-2024 contract ratification between UW Board of Regents and the Wisconsin State Building Trades Negotiating Committee - Act 93
Building trades crafts bargaining unit: 2023-2024 contract ratification between UW Madison and the Wisconsin State Building Trades Negotiating Committee - Act 92
Professional legal bargaining unit: 2022-2023 contract ratification - Act 22
Public safety collective bargaining unit: 2021-2023 contract ratification - Act 21
Public safety collective bargaining unit: 2023-2025 contract ratification - Act 38
Public safety employees may bargain with municipal employer over who is covered by a health care coverage plan - Act 34
Retirement systems in first class cities and counties: sales and use tax imposed, reports required, new hires covered under WRS, and City of Milwaukee and Milwaukee County systems closed to new employees; collective bargaining provision - Act 12
colleges and universitiesColleges and universities
Church of Christ’s property vests to Crossroads College if it becomes defunct or dissolves - Act 252
Marquette University School of Dentistry: HEAB scholarship for state residents who agree to practice in a health shortage area changed to a dental health shortage area - Act 90
Waivers from immunization requirements for students at universities, colleges, and technical colleges that receive public funding [vetoed] - AB610
common carrierCommon carrier, see Bus and truck
communicable diseaseCommunicable disease, see Disease
community currency exchangeCommunity currency exchange, see Checks
community_based residential facilityCommunity-based residential facility
Human trafficking crime identification and prevention training for CBRF employees required; other types of employees included in training requirement; DWD to produce video on training requirements - Act 237
competencyCompetency, see Mental health
confidentialityConfidentiality, see Privacy
constitutional amendments _ first considerationConstitutional amendments — First consideration
Gathering in places of worship: state and political subdivisions cannot forbid or order closures in response to a state of emergency. Constitutional amendment (1st consideration) [SJR54] - JR 11
Governmental entity may not discriminate or grant preferential treatment on basis of race, sex, color, ethnicity, or national origin in public employment, public education, public contracting, or public administration. Constitutional amendment (1st consideration) [AJR109] - JR 15
Partial veto to create or increase taxes and fees: prohibit Governor from using. Constitutional amendment (1st consideration) [AJR112] - JR 16
Photographic identification required for voting; provisional ballot provision. Constitutional amendment (1st consideration) [SJR73] - JR 9
constitutional amendments _ second considerationConstitutional amendments — Second consideration
Constitutional amendment relating to conditions of release: statutory changes needed to implement - Act 3
Election administration: acceptance or use of private resources by state agency or political subdivision or officer or employee of prohibited; only election officials designated by law may perform tasks. Constitutional amendment (2nd consideration) [SJR78] - JR 10
Eligibility and conditions for release prior to conviction of persons accused of certain crimes and considerations for imposing bail revised. Constitutional amendment (2nd consideration) [SJR2] - JR 2
Expenditure of moneys from the federal government: legislature may not delegate sole power of how it may be spent and JCF approval required before initial allocation by executive branch. Constitutional amendment (2nd consideration) [AJR6] - JR 14
Qualified electors may vote in Wisconsin. Constitutional amendment (2nd consideration) [SJR71] - JR 8
constructionConstruction, see Building; Contractor
consumer protectionConsumer protection
Earned wage access service companies: regulations created, report required - Act 131
Licensing and regulation by DFI of consumer lenders, payday lenders, money transmitters, sales finance companies, collection agencies, mortgage bankers and mortgage brokers, adjustment service companies, community currency exchanges, and insurance premium finance companies; the Nationwide Multistate Licensing System and Registry; ABLE program established in DFI; rules revised [Admin.Code DFI-Bkg 74.01, 74.03, 74.04, 74.05, 74.06, 74.07, 74.10, 74.11, 74.12, 74.14, 74.16, 75.01, 75.08] - Act 267
WCA obsolete provision eliminated; high-cost mortgage definition cross-reference updated; and notary public’s stamp and statutory duplication clarification (remedial legislation suggested by DFI) - Act 258
Building program revisions re budget modifications and report requirement, selection of project architects and engineers, single prime contracting exception, project bidding procedures, cooperation with energy conservation contractors, and utilities costs; timeline for Claims Board to hear and determine claims related to contracts; transfer from general fund to building trust fund [vetoed] - SB932
Delayed relocation of utilities in a highway right-of-way: process for a highway improvement contractor to seek damages, report required; rules modified [Admin.Code Trans 220.06] - Act 46
Building program revisions re budget modifications and report requirement, selection of project architects and engineers, single prime contracting exception, project bidding procedures, cooperation with energy conservation contractors, and utilities costs; timeline for Claims Board to hear and determine claims related to contracts; transfer from general fund to building trust fund [vetoed] - SB932
Design professional services: prohibiting enforcement of indemnification provision in a contract with the state or a political subdivision - Act 211
cooperative associationsCooperative associations
ATV or UTV operated under the direction of or contract with a municipality or electric cooperative: exemption from certain freeway and highway prohibitions - Act 64
Regulation of utility services based on type or source of energy: state agencies and political subdivisions prohibition created [vetoed] - SB49
Warning lights on public utility, telecommunications carrier, or cooperative vehicles modified - Act 155
Best practices of coroners and medical examiners re completing medical certifications and investigations of reportable deaths: DHS to establish - Act 174
Cremation permit application form: DHS to design, issuance of permit provision - Act 84
Death of individual within 24 hours of presentment at or admission to hospital or similar facilities: notifying the medical examiner or coroner required; exception for hospice - Act 175
corporation _ taxationCorporation — Taxation
College savings account individual tax treatment and employee college savings account contribution credit revisions - Act 148
Income tax deduction for interest on commercial loans [Sec. 325, 341, 9337 (2)] - Act 19
Qualified new business venture: certification criteria modified - Act 144
Tax revisions re road-building equipment sales tax exemption, income tax withholding threshold for nonresidents, and qualified opportunity fund certification; lottery games and farm assets changes; income tax exemption for certain commercial loan income; cigarette, tobacco, and vapor product enforcement and shared revenue and municipality sales tax administration positions; common carrier permit for direct wine shipping and local exposition board membership provisions - Act 146
corrections department ofCorrections, Department of
Active psychosis and mental health treatment for prisoners: training correctional officers to recognize and voluntary and emergency transfer to a mental health treatment facility or the Wisconsin Resource Center - Act 229
Community reentry centers appropriation created [Sec. 100] [partial veto] - Act 19
Community reentry centers: DOC to contract with entities to operate, conditions specified; report required - Act 233
Juvenile correctional services: daily rates [Sec. 454g] - Act 19
Law enforcement investigative services: DOC to reimburse any county, city, village, or town providing assistance [Sec. 36, 99, 101, 314, 316-318] - Act 19
Length of service awards for DOC and DHS employees who are protective occupation participants [Sec. 9101 (3)] - Act 19
Lincoln County Correctional Institution renamed Lincoln Correctional Institution (remedial legislation suggested by DOC) - Act 256
Opening Avenues to Reentry Success (OARS) program funding [Sec. 9108 (2)] [vetoed] - Act 19
Parole Commission: posting certain information to its Internet site; notifications to victims and certain family members revised - Act 31
Release of prisoner to parole or extended supervision: requirements revised - Act 230
Wisconsin Resource Center security operations transferred from DOC to DHS [Sec. 105, 240, 241, 9108 (1)] - Act 19
Workforce training program: grants to DOC for mobile classroom instructor costs [Sec. 386] - Act 19
Tanning facility regulations revised - Act 190
Counseling Compact ratified - Act 55
Counseling Compact ratified [vetoed] - Se3 SB1
Statutes and rules examinations for certain health care professions prohibited [vetoed] - Se3 SB1
Telehealth by out-of-state mental health care providers: conditions set; DSPS forms provision [vetoed] - AB541
countyCounty, see also name of specific county
Advisory referendum: counties and municipalities prohibited from holding except for capital expenditures funded by property tax levy - Act 12
County sale of tax-deeded land: process changes - Act 207
Discrimination in hiring and contracting by a political subdivision prohibited re race, color, ancestry, national origin, or sexual orientation - Act 12
Federal refugee resettlement and assistance program: local governments required to designate individual for consultation; county refugee placement committee provisions [vetoed] - SB916
Human Trafficking Council created in DOJ; county sex trafficking task force and law enforcement officer to coordinate prevention and enforcement efforts encouraged under set conditions - Act 239