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2015-2016 Wisconsin Legislature

Assembly Bill 812

An Act to repeal 440.996 (2) (d); to amend 145.02 (title) and 440.03 (7); and to create 101.02 (25), 145.02 (5), 946.77 and 971.19 (13) of the statutes; Relating to: material misstatements on applications for certain credentials and providing a criminal penalty. (FE)

Status: Available for Scheduling

Important Actions (newest first)

Date / House Action Journal
4/13/2016 Sen.Failed to concur in pursuant to Senate Joint Resolution 1856
3/10/2016 Sen.Report concurrence recommended by Committee on Labor and Government Reform, Ayes 5, Noes 0800
2/12/2016 Asm.Report passage recommended by Committee on Workforce Development, Ayes 10, Noes 4650

History

Date / House Action Journal
1/27/2016 Asm.Introduced by Representatives Allen, R. Brooks, Horlacher, Kremer, A. Ott, Subeck and Tittl;
cosponsored by Senator Nass
546
1/27/2016 Asm.Read first time and referred to Committee on Workforce Development546
2/4/2016 Asm.Fiscal estimate received 
2/10/2016 Asm.Public hearing held 
2/10/2016 Asm.Executive action taken 
2/12/2016 Asm.Report passage recommended by Committee on Workforce Development, Ayes 10, Noes 4650
2/12/2016 Asm.Referred to committee on Rules650
2/16/2016 Asm.Made a special order of business at 1:57 PM on 2-18-2016 pursuant to Assembly Resolution 29691
2/18/2016 Asm.Rules suspended730
2/18/2016 Asm.Read a third time and passed730
2/18/2016 Asm.Ordered immediately messaged730
2/18/2016 Asm.Ordered immediately messaged730
2/18/2016 Asm.Ordered immediately messaged730
2/18/2016 Sen.Received from Assembly760
2/23/2016 Sen.Read first time and referred to committee on Labor and Government Reform769
3/9/2016 Sen.Public hearing held 
3/10/2016 Sen.Report concurrence recommended by Committee on Labor and Government Reform, Ayes 5, Noes 0800
3/10/2016 Sen.Available for scheduling 
3/10/2016 Sen.Available for scheduling 
4/13/2016 Sen.Failed to concur in pursuant to Senate Joint Resolution 1856
 
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