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Amendments Offered
hist89843Assembly Amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 918 offered by Representative Knodl.
hist89636Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 942 offered by Representative Stafsholt.
hist89649Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 953 offered by Representatives Schraa and Goyke.
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Administrative Rules
Relating to transit safety oversight program for rail fixed guideway transportation systems.
Submitted by Department of Transportation.
hist85604Report received from Agency, February 7, 2018.
hist90245To committee on Transportation.
Referred on February 21, 2018.
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Introduction and Reference of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
hist88086Assembly Joint Resolution 112
Relating to: proclaiming February 2018 as Black History Month.
By Representatives Crowley, Fields, Young, Anderson, Bowen, Zamarripa, Shankland, Ohnstad, Vruwink, Horlacher, Goyke, Hebl, Milroy, Kooyenga, Kessler, Pope, Spreitzer, Berceau, Subeck, Spiros, Tusler, Riemer, Kolste and Zepnick; cosponsored by Senators L. Taylor, Johnson, Shilling, Miller, Wirch, Erpenbach, Vinehout, Risser and Ringhand.
hist89647To committee on Rules.
hist89819Assembly Joint Resolution 113
Relating to: declaring August as Shingles Awareness and Improvement Month.
By Representatives Petryk and Kolste.
hist89820To committee on Rules.
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Committee Reports
The committee on Constitution and Ethics reports and recommends:
Assembly Joint Resolution 93
Relating to: eligibility and conditions for release prior to conviction of persons accused of certain crimes and considerations for imposing bail (first consideration).
hist89779Assembly Amendment 1 adoption:
Ayes: 7 - Representatives Allen, Thiesfeldt, Jagler, Kremer, Wichgers, Kessler and Berceau.
Noes: 0.
hist89780Adoption as amended:
Ayes: 5 - Representatives Allen, Thiesfeldt, Jagler, Kremer and Wichgers.
Noes: 2 - Representatives Kessler and Berceau.
hist89781To committee on Rules.
SCOTT ALLEN
Chairperson
Committee on Constitution and Ethics
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The committee on Environment and Forestry reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 881
Relating to: notifying well owners and counties of certain water pollution violations, providing an exemption from emergency rule procedures, and granting rule-making authority.
hist89665Assembly Amendment 1 adoption:
Ayes: 8 - Representatives Mursau, Krug, Pronschinske, Kitchens, Swearingen, Edming, Wichgers and Tusler.
Noes: 4 - Representatives Hebl, Milroy, Anderson and Neubauer.
hist89666Passage as amended:
Ayes: 12 - Representatives Mursau, Krug, Pronschinske, Kitchens, Swearingen, Edming, Wichgers, Tusler, Hebl, Milroy, Anderson and Neubauer.
Noes: 0.
hist89667To committee on Rules.
Assembly Bill 935
Relating to: an exemption from permit requirements for certain riparian owners who remove material from the bed of a navigable water.
hist89660Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 adoption:
Ayes: 8 - Representatives Mursau, Krug, Pronschinske, Kitchens, Swearingen, Edming, Wichgers and Tusler.
Noes: 4 - Representatives Hebl, Milroy, Anderson and Neubauer.
hist89661Passage as amended:
Ayes: 7 - Representatives Mursau, Krug, Pronschinske, Swearingen, Edming, Wichgers and Tusler.
Noes: 5 - Representatives Kitchens, Hebl, Milroy, Anderson and Neubauer.
hist89662To committee on Rules.
JEFFREY MURSAU
Chairperson
Committee on Environment and Forestry
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Message from the Senate
From: Jeffrey Renk, Senate Chief Clerk.
Mr. Speaker:
I am directed to inform you that the Senate has
Adopted and asks concurrence in:
hist89974Senate Joint Resolution 103
Concurred in:
hist89971Assembly Bill 536
hist89972Assembly Bill 778
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Action on the Senate Message
Senate Joint Resolution 103
Relating to: proclaiming February 2018 as Black History Month.
By Senators L. Taylor, Johnson, Shilling, Miller, Wirch, Erpenbach, Vinehout, Risser and Ringhand; cosponsored by Representatives Crowley, Fields, Young, Anderson, Bowen, Zamarripa, Shankland, Ohnstad, Vruwink, Horlacher, Goyke, Hebl, Milroy, Kooyenga, Kessler, Pope, Spreitzer, Berceau, Subeck, Spiros, Tusler, Riemer, Kolste and Zepnick.
hist89975To committee on Rules.
Senate Bill 61
Relating to: forfeiture of property seized in relation to a crime.
By Senators Craig, Nass, Wirch, Tiffany, Kapenga, Stroebel and Lasee; cosponsored by Representatives Tauchen, Jarchow, Kessler, Kooyenga, Sanfelippo, Sargent, Riemer, Brostoff, Kuglitsch, Thiesfeldt, Quinn, Knodl, Bowen, Kremer, Schraa, Sinicki, Wichgers, Mason, Skowronski and Ripp.
hist89778To committee on Rules.
Senate Bill 84
Relating to: access to investigational drugs, devices, and biological products and limitations on liability related to their use.
By Senators Moulton, Risser, Carpenter, Johnson, L. Taylor, Cowles, Feyen, Lasee, Craig, Kapenga, Darling, Marklein, Miller, Petrowski, LeMahieu, Harsdorf and Vinehout; cosponsored by Representatives Snyder, Kleefisch, Hesselbein, Krug, Skowronski, Steffen, Milroy, Kremer, Brandtjen, Pope, Kooyenga, Edming, Mursau, Tittl, Sargent, Horlacher, Kulp, Mason, E. Brooks, Spiros, Bernier, C. Taylor, Vruwink, Novak, R. Brooks, VanderMeer, Jagler, Knodl, Quinn, Anderson, Ballweg, Tauchen, Berceau, Murphy, Subeck, Gannon, Sinicki, Ripp, Katsma, Allen, Doyle, Zamarripa, Tusler, Hutton and Loudenbeck.
hist89777To committee on Rules.
Senate Bill 415
Relating to: reporting on an operator license or identification card application the existence of a disability that is not immediately apparent to another.
By Senators Testin, Olsen, Feyen, Harsdorf and L. Taylor; cosponsored by Representatives Quinn, Spiros, Ballweg, Brandtjen, E. Brooks, R. Brooks, Brostoff, Edming, Felzkowski, Hutton, Jagler, Kremer, Krug, Mursau, Steffen, Subeck, Swearingen, Thiesfeldt and Tusler.
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