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SB21-SSA1,1457,11 86. An identification of each local, state, and federal agency that is not a daily
9user of the system but may become a daily user in the future. For each agency
10identified, the council shall indicate in the report when its status as a daily user is
11anticipated.
SB21-SSA1,1457,14 127. An explanation of the current status of the system's infrastructure and an
13indication of whether, and how, the system's infrastructure may be expanded in the
14future.
SB21-SSA1,1457,18 158. A statement of whether other midwestern states have developed statewide
16interoperable systems for communications and whether the system has been
17developed in a manner similar to those found in the other states. If the system has
18not been developed in a similar manner, the council shall explain in the report why.
SB21-SSA1,1457,20 199. A statement of the successes the system has had in providing effective
20communications among local, state, and federal public agencies.
SB21-SSA1,1457,23 2110. A statement of any challenges the system has faced in providing effective
22communications among local, state, and federal public agencies and how the
23challenges could be addressed.
SB21-SSA1,1458,4 2411. An explanation of to what extent the system is compatible with other
25emergency response communication networks utilized by local agencies and an

1indication of whether the system's very high frequency channels or sites have
2interfered with a channel or site utilized by a local emergency responder. For each
3incident of interference, the council shall indicate in the report why the incident
4occurred and what has or will be done to address the problem of interference.
SB21-SSA1,1458,8 512. A statement of the number of sites, channels, and users the system
6currently supports, the maximum number of sites, channels, and users the system
7could support, and whether there is a way to increase the maximum number of sites,
8channels, and users the system could support.
SB21-SSA1,1458,10 9(c) The council shall submit the report prepared under paragraph (b) to the
10joint committee on finance no later than June 30, 2016.
SB21-SSA1,1458,12 11(10j) Elimination of volunteer fire fighter and emergency medical
12technician service award board.
SB21-SSA1,1458,15 13(a) Assets and liabilities. On the effective date of this paragraph, the assets and
14liabilities of the volunteer fire fighter and emergency medical technician service
15award board become the assets and liabilities of the department of administration.
SB21-SSA1,1458,19 16(b) Tangible personal property. On the effective date of this paragraph, all
17tangible personal property, including records, of the volunteer fire fighter and
18emergency medical technician service award board is transferred to the department
19of administration.
SB21-SSA1,1458,25 20(c) Contracts. All contracts entered into by the volunteer fire fighter and
21emergency medical technician service award board in effect on the effective date of
22this paragraph remain in effect and are transferred to the department of
23administration. The department of administration shall carry out any such
24contractual obligations unless modified or rescinded by the department of
25administration to the extent allowed under the contract.
SB21-SSA1,1459,6
1(d) Pending matters. Any matter pending with the volunteer fire fighter and
2emergency medical technician service award board on the effective date of this
3paragraph is transferred to the department of administration, and all materials
4submitted to or actions taken by the volunteer fire fighter and emergency medical
5technician service award board with respect to the pending matter are considered as
6having been submitted to or taken by the department of administration.
SB21-SSA1,1459,14 7(e) Rules and orders. All rules promulgated by the volunteer fire fighter and
8emergency medical technician service award board that are in effect on the effective
9date of this paragraph remain in effect until their specified expiration dates or until
10amended or repealed by the department of administration. All orders issued by the
11volunteer fire fighter and emergency medical technician service award board that
12are in effect on the effective date of this paragraph remain in effect until their
13specified expiration dates or until modified or rescinded by the department of
14administration.
SB21-SSA1,1459,16 15(10k) Elimination of examining council on registered nurses and examining
16council on licensed practical nurses.
SB21-SSA1,1459,20 17(a) Assets and liabilities. On the effective date of this paragraph, any assets
18and liabilities of the examining council on registered nurses and the examining
19council on licensed practical nurses become the assets and liabilities of the board of
20nursing.
SB21-SSA1,1459,24 21(b) Tangible personal property. On the effective date of this paragraph, all
22records and other tangible personal property of the examining council on registered
23nurses and the examining council on licensed practical nurses are transferred to the
24board of nursing.
SB21-SSA1,1460,5
1(c) Contracts. Any contract entered into by the examining council on registered
2nurses or the examining council on licensed practical nurses remains in effect and
3is transferred to the board of nursing. The board of nursing shall carry out any
4obligations under such a contract until the contract is modified or rescinded by the
5board of nursing to the extent allowed under the contract.
SB21-SSA1,1460,10 6(d) Rules and orders. Any rule or order of the examining council on registered
7nurses under section 441.05, 2013 stats., or of the examining council on licensed
8practical nurses under section 441.10 (2), 2013 stats., that is in effect on the effective
9date of this paragraph remains in effect until its specified expiration date or until
10modified or rescinded by the board of nursing.
SB21-SSA1,1460,17 11(e) Pending matters. Any matter pending with the examining council on
12registered nurses or the examining council on licensed practical nurses on the
13effective date of this paragraph is transferred to the board of nursing and all
14materials submitted to or actions taken by the examining council on registered
15nurses or the examining council on licensed practical nurses with respect to the
16pending matter are considered as having been submitted to or taken by the board of
17nursing.
SB21-SSA1,9102 18Section 9102. Nonstatutory provisions; Agriculture, Trade and
Consumer Protection.
SB21-SSA1,1461,6 19(2) Emergency rule making for producer led watershed protection grants.
20Using the procedure under section 227.24 of the statutes, the department of
21agriculture, trade and consumer protection may promulgate rules authorized under
22section 93.59 (4) of the statutes, as created by this act, for the period before the
23effective date of a permanent rule promulgated under section 93.59 (4) of the
24statutes, as created by this act, but not to exceed the period authorized under section

1227.24 (1) (c) of the statutes, subject to extension under section 227.24 (2) of the
2statutes. Notwithstanding section 227.24 (1) (a), (2) (b), and (3) of the statutes, the
3department is not required to provide evidence that promulgating a rule under this
4subsection as an emergency rule is necessary for the preservation of the public peace,
5health, safety, or welfare and is not required to provide a finding of emergency for a
6rule promulgated under this subsection.
SB21-SSA1,1461,7 7(3q) Food safety fees.
SB21-SSA1,1461,12 8(a) During the period beginning on the effective date of this paragraph and
9ending on July 1, 2016, the department of agriculture, trade and consumer
10protection and any local health department designated as an agent of the
11department may not modify any fee established under sections 97.12 to 97.57 of the
12statutes.
SB21-SSA1,1461,17 13(b) During the period beginning on July 1, 2016, and ending on July 1, 2017,
14the department of agriculture, trade and consumer protection and any local health
15department designated as an agent of the department may not modify any fee
16established under subchapter II of chapter 97 of the statutes that applies to any
17entity regulated under subchapter II of chapter 97 of the statutes.
SB21-SSA1,9103 18Section 9103. Nonstatutory provisions; Arts Board.
SB21-SSA1,9104 19Section 9104. Nonstatutory provisions; Building Commission.
SB21-SSA1,1476,1 20(1) 2015-17 Authorized State Building Program. For the fiscal years
21beginning on July 1, 2015, and ending on June 30, 2017, the Authorized State
22Building Program is as follows: - See PDF for table PDF
SB21-SSA1,1477,4 1(2) Programs previously authorized. In addition to the projects and financing
2authority enumerated in subsection (1), the building and financing authority
3enumerated in the previous state building program is continued in the 2015-17 fiscal
4biennium.
SB21-SSA1,1477,9 5(3) Loans. During the 2015-17 fiscal biennium, the building commission may
6make loans from general fund supported borrowing or the building trust fund to state
7agencies, as defined in section 20.001 (1) of the statutes, for projects that are to be
8utilized for programs not funded by general purpose revenue and that are authorized
9in subsection (1).
SB21-SSA1,1477,16 10(4) 1999-2000 Authorized State Building Program deletion. In 1999
11Wisconsin Act 9
, section 9107 (1) (Lm) 1. and 3., under projects financed by general
12fund supported borrowing, the 1999-2000 Authorized State Building Program
13project identified as "Swiss cultural center — New Glarus" is deleted and under
14projects financed by gifts, grants and other receipts, the 1999-2000 Authorized State
15Building Program project identified as "Swiss cultural center — New Glarus" is
16deleted and the appropriate totals are decreased accordingly.
SB21-SSA1,1478,8
1(5) 2007-08 Authorized State Building Program deletion. In 2007 Wisconsin
2Act 20
, section 9105 (1) (L), under projects financed by general fund supported
3borrowing, the 2007-08 Authorized State Building Program project identified as
4"Hmong cultural center construction or purchase — Dane County" is deleted and
5under projects financed by gifts, grants, and other receipts, the 2007-08 Authorized
6State Building Program project identified as "Hmong cultural center construction or
7purchase — Dane County" is deleted and the appropriate totals are decreased
8accordingly.
SB21-SSA1,1478,16 9(6) 2009-10 Authorized State Building Program deletion. In 2009 Wisconsin
10Act 28
, section 9106 (1) (qm), as last amended by 2009 Wisconsin Act 361, section 5,
11under projects financed by general fund supported borrowing, the 2009-10
12Authorized State Building Program project identified as "Rural dental education
13outreach facility — Marshfield" is deleted and under projects financed by gifts,
14grants, and other receipts, the 2009-10 Authorized State Building Program project
15identified as "Rural dental education outreach facility — Marshfield" is deleted and
16the appropriate totals are decreased accordingly.
SB21-SSA1,1478,20 17(7) 2011-13 Authorized State Building Program deletion. In 2011 Wisconsin
18Act 32
, section 9106 (1) (g) 1., under projects financed by general fund supported
19borrowing, the 2011-12 Authorized State Building Program project identified as
20"Joint museum" is deleted and the appropriate totals are decreased accordingly.
SB21-SSA1,1478,21 21(8) 2013-14 Authorized State Building Program deletion.
SB21-SSA1,1479,2 22(a) In 2013 Wisconsin Act 20, section 9104 (1) (b) 1. e., under projects financed
23by general fund supported borrowing, the 2013-14 Authorized State Building
24Program project identified as "Marshall E. Sherrer Correctional Center — housing

1and food service area" is deleted and the appropriate totals are decreased
2accordingly.
SB21-SSA1,1479,7 3(b) 1. In 2013 Wisconsin Act 20, section 9104 (1) (d) 1. d., under projects financed
4by general fund supported borrowing, the 2013-14 Authorized State Building
5Program project identified as "Readiness center, motor vehicle storage, and field
6maintenance shop — Wisconsin Rapids" is deleted and the appropriate totals are
7decreased accordingly.
SB21-SSA1,1479,11 82. In 2013 Wisconsin Act 20, section 9104 (1) (d) 2. e., under projects financed
9by federal funds, the 2013-14 Authorized State Building Program project identified
10as "Readiness center, motor vehicle storage, and field maintenance shop —
11Wisconsin Rapids" is deleted and the appropriate totals are decreased accordingly.
SB21-SSA1,1479,15 12(c) In 2013 Wisconsin Act 20, section 9104 (1) (g) 3. f., under projects financed
13by program revenue supported borrowing, the 2013-14 Authorized State Building
14Program project identified as "Milwaukee — Kenilworth Place lease buyout" is
15deleted and the appropriate totals are decreased accordingly.
SB21-SSA1,1479,23 16(9) Carroll University. Notwithstanding section 13.48 (28m) (b) of the
17statutes, as created by this act, the building commission shall not make a grant to
18Carroll University for the construction of the facility, as enumerated in subsection
19(1) (i), under section 13.48 (28m) of the statutes, as created by this act, unless the
20department of administration has reviewed and approved plans for the project.
21Notwithstanding sections 16.85 (1) and 16.855 (1) of the statutes, the department of
22administration shall not supervise any services or work or let any contract for the
23project. Section 16.87 of the statutes does not apply to the project.
SB21-SSA1,1480,7 24(10) Wisconsin Agriculture Education Center, Inc. Notwithstanding section
2513.48 (28r) (b) of the statutes, as created by this act, the building commission shall

1not make a grant to the Wisconsin Agriculture Education Center, Inc., for the
2construction of the center, as enumerated in subsection (1) (k), under section 13.48
3(28r) of the statutes, as created by this act, unless the department of administration
4has reviewed and approved plans for the project. Notwithstanding sections 16.85 (1)
5and 16.855 (1) of the statutes, the department of administration shall not supervise
6any services or work or let any contract for the project. Section 16.87 of the statutes
7does not apply to the project.
SB21-SSA1,1480,16 8(11q) Eau Claire Confluence Arts, Inc. Notwithstanding section 13.48 (28p)
9(b) of the statutes, as created by this act, the building commission shall not make a
10grant to Eau Claire Confluence Arts, Inc., for the construction of the center, as
11enumerated in subsection (1) (km), under section 13.48 (28p) of the statutes, as
12created by this act, unless the department of administration has reviewed and
13approved plans for the project. Notwithstanding sections 16.85 (1) and 16.855 (1) of
14the statutes, the department of administration shall not supervise any services or
15work or let any contract for the project. Section 16.87 of the statutes does not apply
16to the project.
SB21-SSA1,9105 17Section 9105. Nonstatutory provisions; Child Abuse and Neglect
Prevention Board.
SB21-SSA1,9106 18Section 9106. Nonstatutory provisions; Children and Families.
SB21-SSA1,1481,2 19(1) Wisconsin Works benefit time limit. When implementing the 48-month
20time limit under section 49.145 (2) (n) 1. (intro.) and a. and 3. of the statutes, as
21affected by this act, for an individual participating in Wisconsin Works on the
22effective date of this subsection, the department of children and families may allow
23the individual to continue to participate in some or all components of Wisconsin
24Works longer than the 48-month time limit for an appropriate amount of time

1necessary to allow the individual to transition out of Wisconsin Works, as determined
2by the department of children and families.
SB21-SSA1,1481,3 3(2c) Emergency rules for drug screening, testing, and treatment.
SB21-SSA1,1481,14 4(a) Using the procedure under section 227.24 of the statutes, the department
5of children and families may promulgate the rules required under section 49.162 (7)
6of the statutes, as created by this act, for the period before the effective date of the
7permanent rules promulgated under section 49.162 (7) of the statutes, as created by
8this act, but not to exceed the period authorized under section 227.24 (1) (c) of the
9statutes, subject to extension under section 227.24 (2) of the statutes.
10Notwithstanding section 227.24 (1) (a), (2) (b), and (3) of the statutes, the department
11is not required to provide evidence that promulgating a rule under this paragraph
12as an emergency rule is necessary for the preservation of the public peace, health,
13safety, or welfare and is not required to provide a finding of emergency for a rule
14promulgated under this paragraph.
SB21-SSA1,1481,18 15(b) The department of children and families shall present the statement of
16scope of any emergency rules promulgated under paragraph (a) to the governor for
17approval under section 227.135 (2) of the statutes no later than the 120th day after
18the effective date of this paragraph.
SB21-SSA1,1482,2 19(2e) Placement of children with volunteer host families. The department
20of children and families shall establish a plan for engaging and using nonprofit
21volunteer programs to place children whose parents or guardians have agreed to
22participate in such programs in the homes of temporary volunteer host families
23whose homes are not required under section 48.62 (2) of the statutes to be licensed
24as foster homes as an alternative to placement of those children in foster homes. The

1department of children and families shall submit a report describing that plan to the
2joint committee on finance by no later than November 1, 2015.
SB21-SSA1,1482,3 3(2q) Grants for providing civil legal services.
SB21-SSA1,1482,5 4(a) In this subsection, "department" means the department of children and
5families.
SB21-SSA1,1482,11 6(b) From the allocation under section 49.175 (1) (j) of the statutes, as created
7by this act, the department shall make a grant of $500,000 in fiscal year 2015-16 and,
8subject to paragraph (d) 1., a grant of $500,000 in fiscal year 2016-17 to Wisconsin
9Trust Account Foundation, Inc., for distribution of annual awards of not more than
10$75,000 per year per program to programs that provide legal services to persons who
11are eligible under paragraph (c) 2. if all of the following apply:
SB21-SSA1,1482,15 121. Wisconsin Trust Account Foundation, Inc., submits a plan to the department
13detailing the proposed use of the grant; the proposed use of the grant conforms to the
14requirements under paragraph (c); and the secretary of children and families, or his
15or her designee, approves the plan.
SB21-SSA1,1482,19 162. Wisconsin Trust Account Foundation, Inc., enters into an agreement with
17the department that specifies the conditions for the use of the grant proceeds, and
18the conditions conform to the requirements under paragraph (c) and include
19training, reporting, and auditing requirements.
SB21-SSA1,1482,22 203. Wisconsin Trust Account Foundation, Inc., agrees in writing to submit to the
21department the reports required under paragraph (d) by the times required under
22paragraph (d).
SB21-SSA1,1482,23 23(c) A grant under this subsection may be used only as follows:
SB21-SSA1,1483,3
11. Subject to subdivision 3., the grant may be used only to provide legal services
2in civil matters related to domestic abuse, sexual abuse, or restraining orders or
3injunctions for individuals at risk under section 813.123 of the statutes.
SB21-SSA1,1483,12 42. The recipients of the legal services must be individuals who are eligible for
5temporary assistance for needy families under 42 USC 601 et seq. and whose gross
6incomes are at or below 200 percent of the poverty line, as defined in section 49.001
7(5) of the statutes. For purposes of this subdivision, gross income shall be determined
8in the same way as gross income is determined for purposes of eligibility for a
9Wisconsin Works employment position, as defined in section 49.141 (1) (r) of the
10statutes, including the exclusion of any payments or benefits made under any federal
11law that exempts those payments or benefits from consideration in determining
12eligibility for any federal means-tested program.
SB21-SSA1,1483,15 133. The legal services may be provided only in matters for which federal
14Temporary Assistance for Needy Families block grant funds under 42 USC 601 et
15seq. may be used.
SB21-SSA1,1483,17 164. The grant proceeds may not be used for legal services for litigation against
17the state.
SB21-SSA1,1483,25 18(d) 1. If the department makes a grant under this subsection in fiscal year
192015-16, Wisconsin Trust Account Foundation, Inc., shall submit to the department,
20within 3 months after spending the full amount of that grant, a report detailing how
21the grant proceeds were used. The department may not make a grant in fiscal year
222016-17 unless Wisconsin Trust Account Foundation, Inc., submits the report under
23this subdivision within the time required and the department determines that the
24grant proceeds were used in accordance with the approved plan under paragraph (b)
251., the agreement under paragraph (b) 2., and the requirements under paragraph (c).
SB21-SSA1,1484,4
12. If the department makes a grant under this subsection in fiscal year
22016-17, Wisconsin Trust Account Foundation, Inc., shall submit to the department,
3within 6 months after spending the full amount of that grant, a report detailing how
4the grant proceeds were used.
SB21-SSA1,1484,6 5(e) The department may not pay grant proceeds under this subsection after
6June 30, 2017.
SB21-SSA1,1484,16 7(2r) Milwaukee child welfare employee retention plan. The department of
8children and families shall submit to the joint committee on employment relations
9an employee retention plan for the subunit of that department responsible for
10administering child welfare services in a county having a population of 750,000 or
11more. If the joint committee on employment relations approves that plan, the
12appropriation under section 20.437 (1) (cw) of the statutes shall be supplemented
13from the appropriation under section 20.865 (4) (a) of the statutes by $500,000 in
14each of fiscal years 2015-16 and 2016-17 for the purpose of implementing that plan
15and the department of children and families shall use those moneys to implement
16that plan.
SB21-SSA1,9107 17Section 9107. Nonstatutory provisions; Circuit Courts.
SB21-SSA1,9108 18Section 9108. Nonstatutory provisions; Corrections.
SB21-SSA1,1484,20 19(1) Transfer of youth aids, community-based juvenile delinquency-related
20services, and services provided for juveniles in need of protection or services.
SB21-SSA1,1484,21 21(a) Definitions. In this section:
SB21-SSA1,1484,23 221. "Community-based juvenile delinquency-related services" has the meaning
23given in section 49.11 (1c) of the statutes, as created by this act.
SB21-SSA1,1484,25 242. "Youth aids" means community youth and family aids allocated under
25section 48.526 of the statutes, as affected by this act.
SB21-SSA1,1485,6
1(b) Assets and liabilities. On the effective date of this paragraph, the assets and
2liabilities of the department of corrections that are primarily related to the allocation
3of youth aids, the supervision of community-based juvenile delinquency-related
4services, or the supervision of services provided for juveniles in need of protection or
5services, as determined by the secretary of administration, shall become the assets
6and liabilities of the department of children and families.
SB21-SSA1,1485,13 7(c) Positions and employees. On the effective date of this paragraph, all
8positions and all incumbent employees holding those positions in the department of
9corrections performing duties that are primarily related to the allocation of youth
10aids, the supervision of community-based juvenile delinquency-related services, or
11the supervision of services provided for juveniles in need of protection or services, as
12determined by the secretary of administration, are transferred to the department of
13children and families.
SB21-SSA1,1485,19 14(d) Employee status. Employees transferred under paragraph (c) have all the
15rights and the same status under chapter 230 of the statutes in the department of
16children and families that they enjoyed in the department of corrections immediately
17before the transfer. Notwithstanding section 230.28 (4) of the statutes, no employee
18so transferred who has attained permanent status in class is required to serve a
19probationary period.
SB21-SSA1,1486,2 20(e) Tangible personal property. On the effective date of this paragraph, all
21tangible personal property, including records, of the department of corrections that
22is primarily related to the allocation of youth aids, the supervision of
23community-based juvenile delinquency-related services, or the supervision of
24services provided for juveniles in need of protection or services, as determined by the

1secretary of administration, is transferred to the department of children and
2families.
SB21-SSA1,1486,10 3(f) Pending matters. Any matter pending with the department of corrections
4on the effective date of this paragraph that is primarily related to the allocation of
5youth aids, the supervision of community-based juvenile delinquency-related
6services, or the supervision of services provided for juveniles in need of protection or
7services, as determined by the secretary of administration, is transferred to the
8department of children and families. All materials submitted to or actions taken by
9the department of corrections with respect to the pending matter are considered as
10having been submitted to or taken by the department of children and families.
SB21-SSA1,1486,19 11(g) Contracts. All contracts entered into by the department of corrections in
12effect on the effective date of this paragraph that are primarily related to the
13allocation of youth aids, the supervision of community-based juvenile
14delinquency-related services, or the supervision of services provided for juveniles in
15need of protection or services, as determined by the secretary of administration,
16remain in effect and are transferred to the department of children and families. The
17department of children and families shall carry out any obligations under those
18contracts unless modified or rescinded by the department of children and families to
19the extent allowed under the contract.
SB21-SSA1,1487,7 20(h) Rules and orders. All rules promulgated by the department of corrections
21in effect on the effective date of this paragraph that are primarily related to the
22allocation of youth aids, the supervision of community-based juvenile
23delinquency-related services, or the supervision of services provided for juveniles in
24need of protection or services, as determined by the secretary of administration,
25remain in effect until their specified expiration dates or until amended or repealed

1by the department of children and families. All orders issued by the department of
2corrections in effect on the effective date of this paragraph that are primarily related
3to the allocation of youth aids, the supervision of community-based juvenile
4delinquency-related services, or the supervision of services provided for juveniles in
5need of protection or services, as determined by the secretary of administration,
6remain in effect until their specified expiration dates or until modified or rescinded
7by the department of children and families.
SB21-SSA1,1487,8 8(1d) Opioid addiction treatment pilot program .
SB21-SSA1,1487,13 9(a) Department to submit plan. Before January 1, 2016, the department of
10corrections shall submit to the joint committee on finance a request for the release
11of funds from the appropriation under section 20.865 (4) (a) of the statutes and a
12detailed plan for implementing a pilot program for treating offenders who have been
13assessed with an opiate addiction.
SB21-SSA1,1487,22 14(b) Passive review. If, within 14 working days after the date on which the joint
15committee on finance receives the plan submitted under paragraph (a), the
16cochairpersons of the committee do not notify the department of corrections that the
17committee has scheduled a meeting to review the plan, the funding shall be released
18and the department of corrections may implement the plan. If, within 14 working
19days after the date on which the committee receives the plan, the cochairpersons of
20the committee notify the department of corrections that the committee has scheduled
21a meeting to review the plan, the funding may be released, and the department of
22corrections may implement the plan, only upon approval by the committee.
SB21-SSA1,9109 23Section 9109. Nonstatutory provisions; Court of Appeals.
SB21-SSA1,9110 24Section 9110. Nonstatutory provisions; District Attorneys.
SB21-SSA1,9111
1Section 9111. Nonstatutory provisions; Educational Communications
Board.
SB21-SSA1,9112 2Section 9112. Nonstatutory provisions; Employee Trust Funds.
SB21-SSA1,1488,8 3(1c) Appointments to group insurance board. Notwithstanding section 15.07
4(1) (c) of the statutes, the terms of the 6 members of the group insurance board
5appointed by the governor under section 15.165 (2), 2013 stats., shall terminate on
6the effective date of this subsection. Each appointed member may continue to hold
7office and exercise the powers and duties of that office until his or her successor under
8section 15.165 (2) (j) of the statutes, as affected by this act, is appointed and qualified.
SB21-SSA1,1489,3 9(3j) Submission of proposed changes to group health insurance programs for
102016 calendar year coverage.
Notwithstanding section 40.03 (6) (L) of the statutes,
11as created by this act, the group insurance board shall submit proposed changes to
12the group health insurance programs under subchapter IV of chapter 40 of the
13statutes, other than programs under sections 40.51 (7) and 40.55 of the statutes, for
14the 2016 calendar year to the joint committee on employment relations. The group
15insurance board shall submit the proposed changes no later than 30 days after the
16effective date of this subsection. The group insurance board may not implement any
17changes in the group health insurance programs for the 2016 calendar year unless
18approved by the joint committee on employment relations. The joint committee on
19employment relations shall hold a public hearing on the proposed changes. No later
20than 30 days after the group insurance board has submitted the proposed changes
21to the joint committee on employment relations, the joint committee on employment
22relations shall approve, disapprove, or approve with modifications the proposed
23changes and shall notify the governor of its actions. Within 10 calendar days of the
24notification under this subsection, the governor shall approve or reject in its entirety

1the proposed changes approved by the joint committee on employment relations. A
2vote of 6 members of the joint committee on employment relations may override any
3rejection of the governor.
SB21-SSA1,9113 4Section 9113. Nonstatutory provisions; Employment Relations
Commission.
SB21-SSA1,9114 5Section 9114. Nonstatutory provisions; Financial Institutions.
SB21-SSA1,9115 6Section 9115. Nonstatutory provisions; Government Accountability
Board.
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