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By Senators Testin, Harsdorf, Vinehout, L. Taylor, Larson, Lasee, Olsen, Moulton, Craig, Feyen, Tiffany and Bewley; cosponsored by Representatives Kremer, Kulp, Krug, Petryk, Nygren, Jarchow, Sargent, Kitchens, Pope, Kooyenga, Crowley, Bernier, Brandtjen, Allen, Quinn, R. Brooks, Genrich, Mursau, Macco, Tittl, Loudenbeck, Thiesfeldt, Skowronski, Knodl, Kleefisch, Tusler, Bowen and Schraa.
hist78724To calendar of Thursday, November 9.
Senate Bill 128
Relating to: allowing court commissioners to issue search warrants for certain civil violations.
By Senators Wanggaard and Marklein; cosponsored by Representatives Jacque, Skowronski, Horlacher, Murphy, Novak, Nygren and Tittl.
hist78632To committee on Rules.
Senate Bill 173
Relating to: remediation of contaminated land; air pollution control requirements for certain manufacturing facilities constructed on formerly contaminated land; reassigning tax deeds on tax delinquent brownfield properties; creating a new method for the creation of environmental remediation tax incremental financing districts; loans and repayment assistance by a political subdivision for certain brownfield revitalization projects and collection of the debt by special charge; state trust fund loans for brownfield projects; conversion of business improvement districts; and annexations to business improvement districts and neighborhood improvement districts.
By Senators Cowles and Olsen; cosponsored by Representatives Jacque, Thiesfeldt, Skowronski and Allen.
hist78725To calendar of Thursday, November 9.
Senate Bill 300
Relating to: soliciting an intimate representation from a minor and providing a criminal penalty.
By Senators Wanggaard, L. Taylor, Nass and Olsen; cosponsored by Representatives Jacque, Tusler, Kleefisch, Brandtjen, Edming, Kremer, Murphy, Mursau, Ohnstad, Petryk, Ripp, Subeck and Thiesfeldt.
hist78704To committee on Rules.
Senate Bill 308
Relating to: patronizing a prostitute and providing a criminal penalty.
By Senators Feyen, L. Taylor, Cowles, Carpenter and Harsdorf; cosponsored by Representatives Kleefisch, Stuck, Berceau, Billings, Fields, Horlacher, Jacque, Kitchens, Kolste, Kulp, Tittl, Tusler, Gannon, Rohrkaste, Kremer, Petryk, Ripp, Subeck and Zepnick.
hist78705To committee on Rules.
Senate Bill 385
Relating to: therapeutic diets in certain long-term care facilities.
By Senators Testin, L. Taylor, Olsen, Ringhand, Stroebel and Vinehout; cosponsored by Representatives Ballweg, Bernier, Crowley, Edming, Jacque, Kolste, Murphy, Mursau, Petryk, Ripp, Rohrkaste, Skowronski, Spiros, Subeck and Vruwink.
hist78726To calendar of Thursday, November 9.
hist78633Senate Bill 392
Relating to: municipal ordinances authorizing all-terrain vehicle and utility terrain vehicle operation on highways within the municipality.
By Senators Marklein, Testin, Harsdorf and Moulton; cosponsored by Representatives Novak, Tranel, Ballweg, E. Brooks, Duchow, Gannon, Horlacher, Jarchow, Kitchens, Kulp, Ripp, Summerfield and Spiros.
To committee on Rules.
Senate Bill 410
Relating to: the tuition grant program for national guard members administered by the Department of Military Affairs.
By Senators Vukmir, Marklein, Nass, Stroebel and Carpenter; cosponsored by Representatives Kuglitsch, Allen, E. Brooks, R. Brooks, Edming, Gannon, Jacque, Jagler, Kremer, Krug, Kulp, Mursau, Petryk, Skowronski, Spiros, Steffen, Tittl, VanderMeer, Weatherston, Anderson and C. Taylor.
hist78727To calendar of Thursday, November 9.
Senate Bill 421
Relating to: amounts obligated under the Warren Knowles-Gaylord Nelson Stewardship 2000 Program for water infrastructure projects in state parks.
By Senators Cowles, Wanggaard, Harsdorf, Miller, Olsen and Petrowski; cosponsored by Representatives Tusler, Kitchens, Vorpagel, Anderson, Steffen, Horlacher and C. Taylor.
hist78634To committee on Rules.
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Enrolled Bills
The following Assembly proposals, which have been approved by both the Assembly and Senate, have been enrolled by the Legislative Reference Bureau:
hist78181Assembly Bill 96
hist78189Assembly Bill 151
hist78194Assembly Bill 205
hist78203Assembly Bill 234
hist78210Assembly Bill 345
PATRICK E. FULLER
Assembly Chief Clerk
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Reference Bureau Corrections
hist78180Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 96
In enrolling, the following correction was made:
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Page 1, line 4: delete “(5),” and substitute “(5)”.
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Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 151
In enrolling, the following corrections were made:
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Page 3, line 8: before “(2)" insert “256.205".
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Page 3, line 20: after “256.21" insert “(title)".
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Page 4, line 1: after “(2)" insert “Departmental approval.".
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Page 4, line 21: delete “Requirements.".
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Page 5, line 15: before “(1)" insert “256.215".
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Page 5, line 21: after “(2)" insert “Approval.".
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Communications
November 7, 2017
Patrick E. Fuller
Assembly Chief Clerk
17 West Main Street, Suite 401
Madison, WI 53703
Dear Chief Clerk Fuller:
hist78170Please add my name as a co-author of Assembly Bill 517, relating to reporting on an operator license or identification card application the existence of a disability that is not immediately apparent to another.
Sincerely,
JOSH ZEPNICK
State Representative
9th Assembly District
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November 7, 2017
Patrick E. Fuller
Assembly Chief Clerk
17 West Main Street, Suite 401
Madison, WI 53703
Dear Chief Clerk Fuller:
hist78271Please add my name as a co-author of Assembly Bill 183, relating to growing and processing industrial hemp, granting rule-making authority, and making an appropriation.
Sincerely,
MIKE ROHRKASTE
State Representative
55th Assembly District
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November 7, 2017
Patrick E. Fuller
Assembly Chief Clerk
17 West Main Street, Suite 401
Madison, WI 53703
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