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AB64,790,1322 238.15 (3) (d) Administration. (intro.) The corporation, in consultation with
23the department of revenue, shall establish policies and procedures to administer this
24section and shall further define “bona fide angel investment" for purposes of s. 71.07
25(5d) (a) 1. The aggregate amount of tax credits under s. 71.07 (5d) that may be

1claimed for investments in businesses certified under sub. (1) and of tax credits
2under ss. 71.07 (5b), 71.28 (5b), 71.47 (5b), and 76.638 that may be claimed for
3investments paid to fund managers certified under sub. (2) is $30,000,000 per
4calendar year. The policies and procedures shall provide that a person who receives
5a credit under s. 71.07 (5b) or (5d), 71.28 (5b), 71.47 (5b), or 76.638 must keep the
6investment in a certified business, or with a certified fund manager, for no less than
73 years, unless the person's investment becomes worthless, as determined by the
8corporation, during the 3-year period or the person has kept the investment for no
9less than 12 months and a bona fide liquidity event, as determined by the
10corporation, occurs during the 3-year period. The policies and procedures shall
11permit the corporation to reallocate credits under this section in any calendar year
12that are were unused in that the immediately preceding calendar year to a person
13eligible for tax benefits, as defined under s. 238.30 (7) (e), if all of the following apply:
AB64,1775 14Section 1775. 238.17 of the statutes is renumbered 238.17 (1) and amended
15to read:
AB64,790,2116 238.17 (1) For taxable years beginning after December 31, 2013, the
17corporation may certify a person to claim a tax credit under s. 71.07 (9m), 71.28 (6),
18or 71.47 (6), if the corporation determines that the person is conducting an eligible
19activity under s. 71.07 (9m), 71.28 (6), or 71.47 (6). No person may claim a tax credit
20under s. 71.07 (9m), 71.28 (6), or 71.47 (6) without first being certified under this
21section subsection.
AB64,1776 22Section 1776. 238.17 (2) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64,790,2423 238.17 (2) (a) For the calendar year 2017, the tax credits certified under sub.
24(1) may total no more than whichever of the following is greater:
AB64,790,2525 1. $10,000,000.
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12. The amount certified by the corporation between January 1, 2017, and the
2effective date of this subdivision .... [LRB inserts date].
AB64,791,43 (b) Beginning in the calendar year 2018, the tax credits certified under sub. (1)
4may total no more than $10,000,000 annually.
AB64,1777 5Section 1777. 238.17 (3) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64,791,76 238.17 (3) The corporation shall use a competitive process to certify a person
7to claim tax credits under sub. (1), based on all of the following criteria:
AB64,791,88 (a) The eligible activity's potential to create jobs.
AB64,791,109 (b) The economic benefit to the state of certifying the tax credit relative to the
10cost to the state of the tax credit.
AB64,791,1111 (c) The projected impact of the eligible activity on the local economy.
AB64,791,1212 (d) Whether the eligible activity would occur absent the credit.
AB64,791,1413 (e) The number of historic rehabilitation tax credits certified under sub. (1) in
14the same county or municipality in prior years.
AB64,1778 15Section 1778. 238.17 (4) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64,791,2316 238.17 (4) For 4 years following receipt of a tax credit under sub. (1), the
17original claimant shall report to the corporation the total number of full-time jobs
18created by the activity for which the credit was claimed. The corporation shall report
19to the department of revenue, at least once each calendar quarter, any claimant
20whose activity created fewer full-time jobs than projected under sub. (3) (a). The
21corporation shall report to the department of revenue the name, address, and tax
22identification number of the claimant, and the number of full-time jobs projected
23and created.
AB64,1779 24Section 1779. 238.17 (5) of the statutes is created to read:
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1238.17 (5) The corporation shall adopt policies and procedures for the
2administration of this section, including all of the following:
AB64,792,33 (a) Process by which applicants may apply for certification under sub. (1).
AB64,792,44 (b) Certification of the tax credit, in accordance with sub. (3).
AB64,792,55 (c) Reporting requirements for certified claimants.
AB64,792,66 (d) Process and criteria for revocation of certification.
AB64,1780 7Section 1780. 238.399 (3) (e) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64,792,128 238.399 (3) (e) If the corporation revokes all certifications for tax benefits
9within a designated enterprise zone, the corporation may cancel the designation of
10that enterprise zone. After canceling the designation of an enterprise zone, the
11corporation may designate a new enterprise zone subject to the limits of this
12subsection.
AB64,1781 13Section 1781. 238.399 (4) of the statutes is renumbered 238.399 (4) (a).
AB64,1782 14Section 1782. 238.399 (4) (b) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64,792,1615 238.399 (4) (b) If an enterprise zone designation expires under par. (a), the
16corporation may designate a new enterprise zone subject to the limits of sub. (3).
AB64,1783 17Section 1783. 238.399 (5m) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64,792,2518 238.399 (5m) Additional tax benefits for significant capital expenditures.
19If the corporation determines that a business certified under sub. (5) makes a
20significant capital expenditure in the enterprise zone, the corporation may certify
21the business to receive additional tax benefits in an amount to be determined by the
22corporation, but not exceeding 10 percent of the business' capital expenditures. The
23corporation shall, in a manner determined by the corporation, allocate the tax
24benefits a business is certified to receive under this subsection over the remainder
25of the time limit of the enterprise zone under sub. (4) (a).
AB64,1784
1Section 1784. 250.16 of the statutes is renumbered 341.14 (8v) and amended
2to read:
AB64,793,73 341.14 (8v) Payments to the Wisconsin Women's Health Foundation. (a)
4From the appropriation account under s. 20.435 (1) 20.395 (5) (gi), the department
5shall make payments to the Wisconsin Women's Health Foundation, Inc., to provide
6women's health outreach and education programs and support for women's health
7research that improves the quality of life for women and families in this state.
AB64,793,138 (b) The agreement under this section shall require that the The Wisconsin
9Women's Health Foundation, Inc., shall provide, without fee and as a condition of
10receiving payments specified under this section subsection, any license or other
11approval required for use of any logo, trademark, trade name, word, or symbol to be
12used on or in association with special group registration plates under s. 341.14 sub.
13(6r) (f) 57.
AB64,793,1914 (c) The agreement under this section shall require that As a condition of
15receiving payments specified under this subsection,
the Wisconsin Women's Health
16Foundation, Inc., shall annually submit to the attorney general and the presiding
17officer of each house of the legislature an audited financial statement of its use of the
18payments under this section subsection, prepared in accordance with generally
19accepted accounting principles.
AB64,793,2320 (d) Payments to the Wisconsin Women's Health Foundation, Inc., under this
21section subsection shall be discontinued by the department if the Wisconsin Women's
22Health Foundation, Inc., dissolves or is no longer exempt from taxation under section
23501 (a) of the Internal Revenue Code.
AB64,1785 24Section 1785. 250.17 of the statutes is renumbered 341.14 (8w) and amended
25to read:
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1341.14 (8w) Organ and tissue donation. (a) From the appropriation account
2under s. 20.435 (1) (g) 20.395 (5) (gj), the department shall make payments to Donate
3Life Wisconsin, or an organization designated under par. (d) if Donate Life Wisconsin
4ceases to exist
, to encourage organ and tissue donation by providing educational
5programs, promoting or advancing research and patient services, and, at the
6discretion of Donate Life Wisconsin, distributing portions of these payments to any
7other organ and tissue procurement and donation organization in this state that is
8exempt from taxation under section 501 (a) of the Internal Revenue Code, to be used
9for these same purposes.
AB64,794,1410 (b) The agreement under this section shall require that Donate Life Wisconsin
11shall provide, without fee and as a condition of receiving payments specified under
12this section subsection, any license or other approval required for use of any logo,
13trademark, trade name, word, or symbol to be used on or in association with special
14group registration plates under s. 341.14 sub. (6r) (f) 58.
AB64,794,2515 (c) The agreement under this section shall require that As a condition of
16receiving payments specified under this subsection,
Donate Life Wisconsin shall
17annually submit to the attorney general and the presiding officer of each house of the
18legislature an audited financial statement of its use of the payments under this
19section subsection, prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting
20principles. The agreement under this section shall also require that As a condition
21of receiving payments specified under this subsection,
Donate Life Wisconsin shall
22enter into a contract with any organ and tissue donor organization to which it
23distributes funds under sub. (1) par. (a) requiring that organization to prepare and
24submit audited financial statements of that organization's use of funds received
25under sub. (1) par. (a).
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1(d) The department shall discontinue payments to Donate Life Wisconsin
2under this section subsection if Donate Life Wisconsin dissolves or is no longer
3exempt from taxation under section 501 (a) of the Internal Revenue Code and the
4department, in consultation with the department of health services, shall designate
5a new recipient for payments under this section subsection. The new recipient must
6be a nonprofit organization that promotes organ and tissue donation and must
7comply with any requirement specified in this section subsection for Donate Life
8Wisconsin. Notwithstanding any other provision of this section subsection, the
9department shall not make any payments under this section subsection until Donate
10Life Wisconsin is properly formed and operational and is exempt from taxation under
11section 501 (a) of the Internal Revenue Code.
AB64,1786 12Section 1786. 252.14 (1) (ar) 4e. of the statutes is renumbered 252.14 (1) (ar)
138e. and amended to read:
AB64,795,1514 252.14 (1) (ar) 8e. A physical therapist or physical therapist assistant licensed
15under subch. III I of ch. 448 464.
AB64,1787 16Section 1787. 252.14 (1) (ar) 4p. of the statutes is renumbered 252.14 (1) (ar)
178m. and amended to read:
AB64,795,1918 252.14 (1) (ar) 8m. An occupational therapist or occupational therapy assistant
19licensed under subch. VII II of ch. 448 464.
AB64,1788 20Section 1788. 252.14 (1) (ar) 4q. of the statutes is renumbered 252.14 (1) (ar)
218s. and amended to read:
AB64,795,2222 252.14 (1) (ar) 8s. An athletic trainer licensed under subch. VI III of ch. 448 464.
AB64,1789 23Section 1789. 252.14 (1) (ar) 9. of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64,795,2524 252.14 (1) (ar) 9. An employee or agent of any provider specified under subds.
251. to 8. 8s.
AB64,1790
1Section 1790. 252.14 (1) (ar) 10. of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64,796,32 252.14 (1) (ar) 10. A partnership of any provider specified under subds. 1. to
38. 8s.
AB64,1791 4Section 1791. 252.14 (1) (ar) 11. of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64,796,65 252.14 (1) (ar) 11. A corporation of any provider specified under subds. 1. to 8.
68s. that provides health care services.
AB64,1792 7Section 1792. 254.11 (9) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64,796,98 254.11 (9) “Lead poisoning or lead exposure" means a level of lead in the blood
9of 10 5 or more micrograms per 100 milliliters of blood.
AB64,1793 10Section 1793. 255.40 (2) (a) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64,796,1311 255.40 (2) (a) (intro.) Any person licensed, certified or registered by the state
12under ch. 441, 448 or, 455, or 464 who treats a patient suffering from any of the
13following shall report in accordance with par. (b):
AB64,1794 14Section 1794. 256.12 (5) (title) and (a) of the statutes are amended to read:
AB64,796,2415 256.12 (5) (title) Emergency medical technician and first responder training
16and examination aid.
(a) From the appropriation account under s. 20.435 (1) (ch),
17the department shall annually distribute funds to ambulance service providers that
18are public agencies, volunteer fire departments, or nonprofit corporations to
19purchase the training required for licensure and renewal of licensure as an
20emergency medical technician — basic under s. 256.15 (6) or for certification and
21renewal of certification as a first responder under s. 256.15 (8)
, and to pay for
22administration of the examination required for licensure or renewal of licensure as
23an emergency medical technician — basic under s. 256.15 (6) (a) 3. and (b) 1 or
24certification or renewal of certification as a first responder under s. 256.15 (8)
.
AB64,1795 25Section 1795. 256.12 (5) (am) of the statutes is created to read:
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1256.12 (5) (am) If an ambulance service provider does not use funds received
2under par. (a) within a calendar year, the ambulance service provider may escrow
3those funds in the year in which the funds are distributed to the ambulance service
4provider. In a subsequent year, an ambulance service provider may use escrowed
5funds to purchase the training required for certification or renewal of certification
6as a first responder or licensure or renewal of licensure as an emergency medical
7technician at any level or to pay for administration of the examination required for
8certification or renewal of certification as a first responder or for licensure or renewal
9of licensure as an emergency medical technician at any level.
AB64,1796 10Section 1796. 256.15 (6n) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64,797,1311 256.15 (6n) Authorized actions of emergency medical technicians. An
12emergency medical technician may undertake only those actions that are authorized
13under s. 256.20 (3) and in rules promulgated under sub. (13) (c).
AB64,1797 14Section 1797. 256.15 (8) (cm) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64,797,2115 256.15 (8) (cm) Every holder of a certificate issued under this subsection shall
16renew the certificate every 4 years by applying to the department on forms provided
17by the department. Upon receipt of an application for renewal containing
18documentation acceptable to the department that the requirements for certification
19have been met, the department shall renew the certificate unless the department
20finds that the applicant has acted in a manner or under circumstances constituting
21grounds for suspension or revocation of the certificate.
AB64,1798 22Section 1798. 256.15 (10) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64,798,523 256.15 (10) License renewal. Every holder of a license issued under sub. (5)
24or (7) shall renew the license on July 1 of each even-numbered year every 4 years by
25applying to the department on forms provided by the department. Upon receipt of

1an application for renewal containing documentation acceptable to the department
2that the requirements of sub. (6) have been met, the department shall renew the
3license unless the department finds that the applicant has acted in a manner or
4under circumstances constituting grounds for suspension or revocation of the
5license.
AB64,1799 6Section 1799. 256.20 of the statutes is created to read:
AB64,798,10 7256.20 Intravenous technician endorsement. (1) Endorsement. The
8department shall develop an endorsement as an intravenous technician. To be
9eligible for an endorsement as an intravenous technician under this section, an
10individual shall meet all of the following criteria:
AB64,798,1311 (a) The individual is licensed as an emergency medical technician, that license
12has not been suspended or revoked, and the individual is not the subject of an action
13under s. 256.15 (11).
AB64,798,1514 (b) The individual successfully completes a training program that has been
15approved by the department under sub. (2).
AB64,798,19 16(2) Training. (a) The department shall approve a training program to obtain
17an intravenous technician endorsement that includes training in successfully
18administering intravenous and intraosseous infusions of medicated and
19nonmedicated fluids.
AB64,798,2120 (b) The department may approve different training programs for different
21licensure levels of emergency medical technician.
AB64,798,25 22(3) Authorized actions. An emergency medical technician with an
23intravenous technician endorsement may undertake those actions described under
24sub. (2) (a) that are approved by the ambulance service provider or medical director
25and for which he or she is trained.
AB64,1800
1Section 1800. 281.348 (1) (cm) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64,799,32 281.348 (1) (cm) “Great Lakes council” means the Great Lakes - St. Lawrence
3River Basin Water Resources Council, created under s. 281.343 (2) (a).
AB64,1801 4Section 1801. 281.348 (3) (c) 1. of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64,799,75 281.348 (3) (c) 1. Delineation of the area for which the plan is being prepared
6and proposed water supply service areas for each public water supply system making
7a withdrawal covered by the plan, except as provided in par. (cm) or (cr).
AB64,1802 8Section 1802. 281.348 (3) (cm) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64,799,219 281.348 (3) (cm) For the purposes of plans under par. (a), and except as
10provided in par. (cr),
an areawide water quality planning agency designated by the
11governor under ch. NR 121, Wis. Adm. Code, shall delineate the proposed water
12supply service areas for all of the public water supply systems in the planning area
13for which the agency is designated. An areawide water quality planning agency shall
14delineate proposed water supply service areas that are consistent with the approved
15areawide water quality management plan under s. 283.83 for the planning area and
16that permit the development of plans that are approvable under par. (d). An
17areawide water quality planning agency may also provide regional water needs
18assessments and other regional water supply planning information. The process for
19conducting regional activities under this subsection may be the same as the process
20for regional water supply planning for a groundwater management area designated
21under s. 281.34 (9).
AB64,1803 22Section 1803. 281.348 (3) (cr) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64,800,323 281.348 (3) (cr) For the purposes of plans under par. (a), the Great Lakes
24council may delineate the proposed water supply service areas for a public water
25supply system making a withdrawal from the Great Lakes basin. The proposed

1water supply service areas delineated by the Great Lakes council need not be
2consistent with the approved areawide water quality management plan under s.
3283.83 for the planning area.
AB64,1804 4Section 1804. 281.348 (3) (d) 4. of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64,800,65 281.348 (3) (d) 4. The Except as provided in par. (cr), the plan is consistent with
6any applicable approved areawide water quality management plans under s. 283.83.
AB64,1805 7Section 1805. 281.36 (11) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64,800,158 281.36 (11) (a) The department shall set a surcharge fee to be charged for each
9application to proceed under a wetland general permit that is issued under sub. (3g)
10(a) 4., 5., or 6. The surcharge fee shall be set on an annual basis by the department
11and may not exceed more than 50 percent of the market price, as determined by the
12department, for the equivalent purchase of credits from a mitigation bank. These
13fees shall be credited to the appropriation account under s. 20.370 (4) (9) (bm) for the
14restoration and creation of wetlands. The department may enter into agreements
15with other entities for the restoration and creation of such wetlands.
AB64,1806 16Section 1806. 281.36 (11) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64,800,2117 281.36 (11) (b) Any wetland that is restored or created using funding from the
18appropriation under s. 20.370 (4) (9) (bm) shall be open to the public for hunting,
19fishing, trapping, cross-country skiing, or hiking or any combination thereof, but the
20department may establish reasonable restrictions on the use of the land by the public
21in order to protect public safety or to protect a unique plant or animal community.
AB64,1807 22Section 1807. 281.58 (6) (b) 5. of the statutes is repealed.
AB64,1808 23Section 1808. 281.58 (6) (b) 6. of the statutes is repealed.
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