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Hearing Date:   November 26, 2008
emergency_rules EmR1031 3.   EmR1031 — Rule adopted revising Chapters RL 110 to 116, relating to the regulation of professional boxing contests.
Exemption From Finding of Emergency
The Department of Regulation and Licensing, pursuant to 2009 Wisconsin Act 111, is not required to provide evidence that an emergency exists nor provide evidence that promulgating a rule is necessary for the preservation of the public peace, health, safety, or welfare.
Publication Date:   August 25, 2010
Effective Dates:   September 1, 2010 through
  January 28, 2011
Hearing Date:   September 20, 2010
emergency_rules EmR1032 4.   EmR1032 — Rule adopted creating Chapters RL 192 to 196, relating to the regulation of mixed martial arts sporting events.
Exemption From Finding of Emergency
The Department of Regulation and Licensing, pursuant to 2009 Wisconsin Act 111, is not required to provide evidence that an emergency exists nor provide evidence that promulgating a rule is necessary for the preservation of the public peace, health, safety, or welfare.
Publication Date:   August 26, 2010
Effective Dates:   September 1, 2010 through
  January 28, 2011
Hearing Date:   September 20, 2010
Technical College System Board
emergency_rules EmR1025 EmR1025 — Rule adopted to amend Chapter TCS 17, relating to training program grant funds.
Finding of Emergency
The Wisconsin Technical College System Board finds that an emergency exists and that an emergency rule is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, safety or welfare. A statement of the facts constituting an emergency is:
In May 2010, the Wisconsin C.O.R.E. Jobs Act provided an additional $1 million GPR for the training program grants authorized in Wis. Stats. §§ 20.292 (1) (eh) and 38.41. These funds were provided to address a critical need of Wisconsin employers for skills training and education necessary to protect the state's economic vitality and health, with a special emphasis on advanced manufacturing and welding.
The WTCS Board is required to award these funds by June 30, 2011, the end of the current 2009-11 biennium. In addition, s. TCS 17.06 (1), Wis. Adm. Code, requires that district boards or employers receiving skills training or education under the grant shall contribute matching funds, other than in-kind matching funds, equal to at least 25% of total approved project costs.
Due to the sustained decline in economic conditions and reduction in business revenues, technical college districts report that employers are withdrawing participation in approved training grants because of an inability to fund the 25% match. Therefore, to ensure that business and incumbent workers in need of skills training and other education may access these services and that appropriated funds are distributed to technical college districts for this purpose before the end of the fiscal year, emergency administrative rules eliminating the 25% match requirement must be established immediately.
Publication Date:   July 2, 2010
Effective Dates:   July 2, 2010 through
  November 28, 2010
Hearing Date:   September 28, 2010
Transportation
emergency_rules EmR1017 EmR1017 — Rule adopted to create section Trans 100.25, relating to mandatory insurance exemptions.
Finding of Emergency
The Department of Transportation finds that an emergency exists and that an emergency rule is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health and welfare. A statement of the facts constituting the emergency is the requirements of the mandatory insurance laws in Chapter 344, Stats., as created by 2009 Wis. Act 28, contain exceptions to furnishing proof of a motor vehicle liability insurance policy. This emergency rule defines the administration of those exceptions. These mandatory insurance requirements, and the exceptions, are effective June 1, 2010, thereby necessitating an emergency rule being put into place until the effective date of the permanent rule. Clarification of the mechanism to be used to qualify for an exception under the new statute will be useful to persons wishing to file for an exception. Persons whose religious beliefs preclude them from buying insurance will benefit from this rule making.
Publication Date:   June 1, 2010
Effective Dates:   June 1, 2010 through
  October 28, 2010
Hearing Date:   June 24, 2010
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