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2015-2016 Wisconsin Legislature

Senate Bill 269

An Act to create 961.37 and 961.385 (2) (i) of the statutes; Relating to: duty of law enforcement officers to report to the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program controlled-substance violations, opioid-related drug overdoses or deaths, and reports of stolen prescription drugs. (FE)

Status: Hold (Available for Scheduling)

Important Actions (newest first)

Date / House Action Journal
4/13/2016 Sen.Failed to pass pursuant to Senate Joint Resolution 1856


Date / House Action Journal
9/29/2015 Sen.Introduced by Senators Harsdorf, Gudex, Cowles, Olsen, Petrowski, Wanggaard, Hansen and Darling;
cosponsored by Representatives Nygren, Kolste, Kitchens, VanderMeer, Petryk, Novak, Tauchen, Swearingen, Spiros, Jagler, A. Ott, Ripp, Kerkman, Schraa, Horlacher, Murtha, Edming, Loudenbeck, Allen, Petersen, Kuglitsch, Knodl, Ballweg, Tittl, Mursau, Sanfelippo, Born, Skowronski, Macco, J. Ott, Jacque, Johnson, Considine, Jorgensen, Goyke, Ohnstad, Sinicki, Genrich, Meyers, Spreitzer, Barca, Subeck and C. Taylor
9/29/2015 Sen.Read first time and referred to Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety433
10/2/2015 Sen.Fiscal estimate received 
10/12/2015 Sen.Fiscal estimate received 
10/15/2015 Sen.Representative Murphy added as a cosponsor459
10/22/2015 Sen.Public hearing held 
10/28/2015 Sen.Executive action taken 
10/29/2015 Sen.Available for scheduling 
10/29/2015 Sen.Available for scheduling 
11/2/2015 Sen.Representative Tranel added as a cosponsor502
11/6/2015 Sen.Representative Shankland added as a cosponsor526
4/13/2016 Sen.Failed to pass pursuant to Senate Joint Resolution 1856
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