Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Assembly Bill 365 be given a third reading. Granted.
hist72822The question was: Assembly Bill 365 having been read three times, shall the bill be passed?
The roll was taken.
The result follows:
Ayes - Representatives Allen, August, Ballweg, Bernier, Born, Brandtjen, R. Brooks, Duchow, Edming, Felzkowski, Gannon, Horlacher, Hutton, Jacque, Jagler, Jarchow, Katsma, Kerkman, Kitchens, Kleefisch, Knodl, Kooyenga, Kremer, Krug, Kuglitsch, Loudenbeck, Macco, Murphy, Mursau, Nerison, Neylon, Novak, Nygren, Ott, Petersen, Petryk, Pronschinske, Quinn, Ripp, Rodriguez, Rohrkaste, Sanfelippo, Schraa, Skowronski, Snyder, Spiros, Stafsholt, Steffen, Steineke, Summerfield, Swearingen, Tauchen, Thiesfeldt, Tittl, Tranel, Tusler, VanderMeer, Vorpagel, Weatherston, Wichgers, Zimmerman and Speaker Vos - 62.
Noes - Representatives Anderson, Barca, Berceau, Billings, Bowen, Brostoff, Considine, Crowley, Doyle, Fields, Genrich, Goyke, Hebl, Hesselbein, Hintz, Kessler, Kolste, Mason, Meyers, Milroy, Ohnstad, Pope, Riemer, Sargent, Shankland, Sinicki, Spreitzer, Stuck, Subeck, C. Taylor, Vruwink, Wachs, Young, Zamarripa and Zepnick - 35.
Absent or not voting - Representatives E. Brooks and Kulp - 2.
hist72823Representative Steineke asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended and that Assembly Bill 365 be immediately messaged to the Senate. Granted.
During today’s session, the following visitors honored the Assembly by their presence and were welcomed by the presiding officer and the members:
Laura Oleson, Josh Habeck, Jocelynne Wenger, Rachel Renner, Rylee Habeck, Jonnetta Zerkle, Branton Zerkle, Braelyn Zerkle, Greg Zerkle, Debbie Zerkle, Betty Lee, Medda Shew, Cally Gordon, Anthony Nardi, Stephanie Nardi, Ryan Nardi, Chad Billeb, and William Millhausen, guests of Representative Snyder.
Osman Hassan of Milwaukee, guest of Representative Brostoff.
Scott McCook, Consul, Foreign Policy and Diplomacy Service of Canada, guest of Representative Mason.
Jacquelyn Adamicki of Waukesha, a student at the University of Minnesota, guest and intern of Representatives Edming and Vos.
Lynn and Jamie Koloditch of Lake Geneva, sister and brother-in-law of Representative Hebl.
Pete and Nealeen Koloditch of Denver, CO, guests of Representative Hebl.
Steve and Connie Koloditch of Charlotte, NC, guests of Representative Hebl.
Cooper Kennedy of Janesville, a Cullen Scholarship Program intern, guest of Representative Hebl.
William Ruffing, a student at Marquette University Law School, guest and intern of Representative Goyke.
Brian Winnekins of Durand, President of the National Association of Farm Broadcasting, guest of Representative Petryk.
Alex Cottone, a Cullen Scholarship Program intern, guest of Representative Kolste.
Paul "Coot" Williams, his wife Kathy, son Aaron, and Aaron’s girlfriend Jordan, of Oshkosh, guests of Representative Schraa.
Don and Barb Williams, guests of Representative Schraa.
Loren Voss, guest of Representative Schraa.
Ben Karbowski of New Berlin, a University of Wisconsin-Madison student Majoring in Political Science & Music/Cello Performance, guest and intern of Representative Ballweg.
Jennifer Shearer and George Voldberg of the Indianhead Community Action Agency, guests of Representative Edming.
Tom and Beverly Hanson of Appleton, guests of Representative Murphy.
Jennifer Martinson with the Dental Hygienists Association of Wisconsin, guest of Representative Jarchow.
Jenny Detjen, guest and intern of Representative Shankland.
Brady Kiel, Neenah Joint School District, guest of Representative Rohrkaste.
Representative Allen asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in memory of Philando Castile, to memorialize his tragic death and recognize the fear that many African Americans have when encountering law enforcement. Granted.
Representatives Kessler, Mason, C. Taylor, Ohnstad, Stuck, Sargent, Goyke, Riemer, Hintz, Vruwink, Berceau, Genrich, Zepnick, Pope, Doyle, Hebl, Wachs, Subeck, Zamarripa, Spreitzer, Milroy, Crowley, Fields, Hesselbein, Shankland, Bowen, and Brostoff asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in memory of Andrew Goodman, James Chaney and Michael Schwerner, who were murdered on June 21, 1964 in Philadelphia, Mississippi. Granted.
Representative Hebl asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of Richard Beranek of Stoughton, who was exonerated after spending 27 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. Granted.
Representative Hebl asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of Sean Suchomel, a Sun Prairie High School student, who has signed a national letter of intent to play basketball for Madison College next year. Granted.
Representative Hebl asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of Pat Ross of Sun Prairie, who recently received the Sun Prairie Rotary Club’s Service Above Self award. Granted.
Representative Hebl asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of his sister-in-law Patti Hebl, on the occasion of her birthday today, June 21. Granted.
Representative Hebl asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of his son and daughter-in-law, Andy and Rita, on the occasion of their 9th wedding anniversary today, June 21. Granted.
Representative Ballweg asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of Jennie Brown-Wilcox for her compassion and foresight to build the Brown-Wilcox Home for the Aged, now known as Brown-Wilcox Assisted Living, and the dedicated staff and board that has served the residents of the Berlin community for over 100 years. Granted.
Representative Jacque asked unanimous consent that the Assembly adjourn in honor of Sydney Herman of Mishicot High School and Mallory Pelon of West De Pere High School, for their civic engagement, selection and participation in the American Legion's Badger Girls State program this week. Granted.
Representative Steineke moved that the Assembly stand adjourned until 10:00 A.M. on Thursday, June 22.
The question was: Shall the Assembly stand adjourned?
The Assembly stood adjourned.
1:18 A.M. Thursday, June 22