2023 - 2024 LEGISLATURE
February 22, 2024 - Offered by Representative Katsma.
SB616-AA1,1,11 At the locations indicated, amend the bill as follows:
SB616-AA1,1,5 21. Page 1, line 9: after “company" and before the material inserted by senate
3amendment 1, insert “; length of service for certain local exposition district board
4members; common carriers involved in direct wine shipping; authorizing shared
5revenue and municipality sales and use tax positions;".
SB616-AA1,1,7 62. Page 3, line 1: before that line, after page 2, line 4, of the material inserted
7by senate amendment 1, insert: - See PDF for table PDF
SB616-AA1,1,9 83. Page 3, line 1: before that line, after page 2, line 8, of the material inserted
9by senate amendment 1, insert:
SB616-AA1,1,10 10 Section 1cm. 20.566 (2) (s) of the statutes is created to read:
120.566 (2) (s) Shared revenue and innovation grant administration. From the
2local government fund, the amounts in the schedule to administer the distributions
3under ss. 79.036 and 79.037 and the grants under s. 79.038.”.
SB616-AA1,2,4 44. Page 6, line 5: after that line insert:
SB616-AA1,2,6 5 Section 9d. 125.12 (5) (a) of the statutes, as affected by 2023 Wisconsin Act
, section 25L, is amended to read:
SB616-AA1,2,147 125.12 (5) (a) The division may, after notice and an opportunity for hearing,
8revoke, suspend, or refuse to renew any retail permit issued by it for the causes
9provided in sub. (4) and any other permit issued by it under this chapter for any
10violation of this chapter or ch. 139, except that, for a violation of s. 125.535 or 139.035,
11the division shall revoke the permit, and the division shall revoke a common carrier
12permit as provided in s. 125.22 (3) (b) and
a fulfillment house permit as provided in
13s. 125.23 (6) (b) and may revoke a common carrier permit as provided in s. 125.22 (3)
SB616-AA1,9f 15Section 9f. 125.22 (2) (a) 1. of the statutes, as created by 2023 Wisconsin Act
, is repealed.
SB616-AA1,9g 17Section 9g. 125.22 (2) (a) 2. and 5. and (3) (b) of the statutes, as created by 2023
18Wisconsin Act 73
, are amended to read:
SB616-AA1,2,2019 125.22 (2) (a) 2. The name and address of the consignor of the shipment, if
20different from the person that manufactured the alcohol beverages
SB616-AA1,2,2221 5. The type and quantity weight of the alcohol beverages shipped to the
22consignee, as reported to the common carrier by the consignor.
SB616-AA1,3,7 23(3) (b) Any common carrier that ships alcohol beverages other than wine
24obtained from a direct wine shipper permittee under s. 125.535 or from a fulfillment

1house permittee under s. 125.23 is may be subject to a forfeiture of not more than
2$2,000. The When the division determines that a common carrier has engaged in
3repeated and negligent transportation and shipping practices involving alcohol
4beverages, the
division shall may revoke the permit of any common carrier that
5violates this prohibition in more than one month during a calendar year. Except as
6provided in this paragraph, s. 125.12 (5) shall apply with respect to the division's
7revocation of the permit.
SB616-AA1,9m 8Section 9m. 229.42 (7) (b) 1m. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB616-AA1,3,229 229.42 (7) (b) 1m. Subject to subds. 2. and 3. and sub. (4) (g), the terms of office
10of the members of the board of directors shall be 3 years, except that for the initial
11appointments that occur following the secretary of administration issuing the
12certification described in sub. (4e) (d), 3 of the appointments shall be for one year, 3
13appointments shall be for 2 years, and 3 appointments shall be for 3 years. The
14comptroller's appointments shall be for the comptroller's tenure in his or her
15position. The term of the secretary of administration or his or her designee shall be
16concurrent with the secretary's term in office, and the terms of the persons described
17in sub. (4) (f) shall be their terms in office or the term of the person who designated
18the board members under sub. (4) (f). The length of the initial terms shall be
19determined jointly by the secretary of administration and the county executive of the
20most populous county in which the sponsoring municipality is located. With regard
21to appointed board members to whom this subdivision applies, no individual may
22serve on the board of directors for more than 6 9 years.”.
SB616-AA1,3,24 235. Page 6, line 16: after that line, after the material inserted by senate
24amendment 1, insert:
1(2) Position authorization; municipality sales and use tax. The authorized
2FTE positions for the department of revenue are increased by 1.0 PR position, to be
3funded from the appropriation under s. 20.566 (1) (gi), for the purpose of
4administering the municipality taxes imposed under s. 77.701.
SB616-AA1,4,11 5(3) Position authorization; shared revenue and innovation grants. The
6authorized FTE positions for the department of revenue are increased by 4.0 SEG
7project positions on July 1, 2024, to be funded from the appropriation under s. 20.566
8(2) (s), to administer the distributions under ss. 79.036 and 79.037 and the grants
9under s. 79.038. On July 1, 2024, all incumbent employees holding the project
10positions authorized under Section 12r (1) of this act as of June 30, 2024, shall hold
11the project positions authorized under this subsection.
SB616-AA1,12r 12Section 12r. Fiscal changes.
SB616-AA1,4,18 13(1) Administration of shared revenue and innovation grants. In the schedule
14under s. 20.005 (3) for the appropriation to the department of revenue under s. 20.566
15(2) (a), the dollar amount for fiscal year 2023-24 is increased by $125,600 to increase
16the authorized FTE positions for the department by 4.0 GPR project positions for the
17period ending on June 30, 2024, to administer the distributions under ss. 79.036 and
1879.037 and the grants under s. 79.038.”.
SB616-AA1,4,19 196. Page 7, line 2: after that line insert:
SB616-AA1,4,21 20(2m) The treatment of ss. 125.12 (5) (a) and 125.22 (2) (a) 1., 2., and 5. and (3)
21(b) takes effect on January 1, 2025.”.