Statutes Interpreted: ss. 343.16, 343.30 (1q) and 343.305
General Summary of Proposed Rule
This rule is proposed to implement statutory changes enacted in 1995 Wis. Act 27, which provide for revocation of driver licenses based upon non-payment of the fee imposed for a driver safety plan required by a court-ordered assessment.
Fiscal Estimate
The Department estimates that there will be no fiscal impact on the liabilities or revenues of any county, city, village, town, school district, technical college district or sewerage district.
Initial Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
This proposed rule will have no adverse impact on small businesses.
Notice of Submission of Proposed Rules to the Presiding Officer of each House of the Legislature, Under S. 227.19, Stats.
Please check the Bulletin of Proceedings for further information on a particular rule.
Banking, Office of the Commissioner of (CR 96-68):
S. Bkg 80.25 - Relating to open end credit maximum periodic rates and licensed lenders under s. 138.09, Stats.
State Emergency Response Board (CR 96-35):
Ch. ERB 1 - Relating to temporary construction facility hazardous chemical inventory reporting.
Employment Relations (CR 96-51):
S. ER 29.03 (8) (bm) - Relating to the rate of pay as a result of voluntary demotions by employes who are notified they may be subject to layoff.
Health & Social Services (CR 94-203):
Ch. HSS 40 and s. HSS 61.81 - Relating to mental health day treatment services for children and adolescents.
Health & Social Services (CR 94-204):
Ch. HSS 38 - Relating to treatment foster care for children.
Health & Social Services (CR 96-8):
S. HSS 124.20 (5) (i) 8 - Relating to the administration of labor-inducing agents in hospitals.
Natural Resources (CR 94-183):
Ch. NR 113 - Relating to servicing septic or holding tanks.
Natural Resources (CR 95-47):
Ch. NR 44 - Relating to master planning and the management and recreational use classification system for lands managed by the Department of Natural Resources.
Natural Resources (CR 95-222):
Subch. VII of ch. NR 51 - Relating to heritage state park and forest trust grants.
Revenue (CR 96-58):
Ch. Tax 18 - Relating to assessment of agricultural land in 1996 and 1997.
Securities, Office of the Commissioner of (CR 96-65):
S. SEC 2.01 - Relating to designating the Chicago stock exchange under s. 551.22 (7), Stats.
Transportation (CR 96-43):
S. Trans 6.04 (1) (e) - Relating to administration of the federal section 18 program.
Veterans Affairs (CR 96-46):
Ch. VA 14 - Relating to the establishment of fees for burial at state veterans cemeteries.
Administrative Rules Filed With The
Revisor Of Statutes Bureau
The following administrative rules have been filed with the Revisor of Statutes Bureau and are in the process of being published. The date assigned to each rule is the projected effective date. It is possible that the publication of these rules could be delayed. Contact the Revisor of Statutes Bureau at (608) 266-7275 for updated information on the effective dates for the listed rules.
Dentistry Examining Board (CR 95-218):
An order amending ss. DE 2.03 (1) (intro.) and (2) and 5.02 (18), relating to the statutory renewal dates for licenses, and to provide the correct citation relating to records which must be kept by dentists for controlled substances.
Effective 07-01-96.
Funeral Directors Examining Board (CR 95-63):
An order affecting ss. FD 2.04, 2.10 and 2.13, relating to discrimination, sanitation and confidentiality.
Effective 07-01-96.
Health & Social Services (CR 95-113):
An order affecting ch. HSS 94 and s. HSS 96.04, relating to the rights of patients receiving treatment for mental illness, a developmental disability, alcohol abuse or dependency or other drug abuse or dependency, and standards for grievance procedures for these patients.
Effective 07-01-96.
Health & Social Services (CR 95-198):
An order creating ch. HSS 182, relating to grants for prevention of lead poisoning or exposure to lead.
Effective 07-01-96.
Insurance, Office of the Commissioner of (CR 96-10):
An order creating s. Ins 18.13 (5), relating to creating a network of providers for the Health Insurance Risk-Sharing Plan (HIRSP) who will provide services at a discount greater than that which is already mandated by statute.
Effective 07-01-96.
Insurance, Office of the Commissioner of (CR 96-11):
An order repealing and recreating s. Ins 18.07 (5) (b) and (bg) 1 and 2, relating to 1996-97 premium rates for the Health Insurance Risk-Sharing Plan (HIRSP).
Effective 07-01-96.
Medical Examining Board (CR 95-173):
An order repealing s. Med 4.03 and amending s. Med 4.06, relating to expiration and renewal of temporary camp or locum tenens licenses.
Effective 07-01-96.
Natural Resources (CR 95-12):
An order creating ch. NR 323, relating to bird nesting and similar habitat structures in navigable waters.
Effective 07-01-96.
Natural Resources (CR 95-149):
An order creating ss. NR 116.03 (1e), (1s) and (30m), 116.12 (2m) and 116.13 (3m), relating to regulating camping in floodplain areas.
Effective 07-01-96.
Natural Resources (CR 95-192):
An order affecting the chs. NR 400 series, relating to revision of the definition of volatile organic compound (VOC), and to updating, clarification and corrective changes throughout the chs. NR 400 series.
Part effective 07-01-96.
Part effective 08-01-96.
Railroads, Office of the Commissioner of (CR 96-25):
An order affecting chs. OCT 1 to 7 and chs. RR 1 to 4, relating to the name and subject jurisdiction of the Office of the Commissioner of Railroads.
Effective 06-01-96.
Regulation & Licensing (CR 95-205):
An order creating ch. RL 127, relating to the sale of real estate at an auction.
Effective 07-01-96.
Revenue (CR 95-209):
An order amending s. Tax 12.07 (2) (b), relating to assessor certification for municipalities in Kenosha County.
Effective 07-01-96.
Transportation (CR 96-4):
An order affecting ch. Trans 112, relating to medical standards for driver licensing.
Effective 07-01-96.
Links to Admin. Code and Statutes in this Register are to current versions, which may not be the version that was referred to in the original published document.