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Relating to: carjacking offenses and providing criminal penalties.
hist71782Read a second time.
hist71783Ordered to a third reading.
hist71784Senator Vukmir, with unanimous consent, asked that the rules be suspended and the bill be given its third reading.
hist71785Senate Bill 58
Read a third time.
The question was: Passage of Senate Bill 58?
The ayes and noes were demanded and the vote was: ayes, 26; noes, 7; absent or not voting, 0; as follows:
Ayes - Senators Bewley, Carpenter, Cowles, Craig, Darling, Feyen, Fitzgerald, Hansen, Harsdorf, Johnson, Kapenga, Lasee, LeMahieu, Marklein, Moulton, Nass, Olsen, Petrowski, Roth, Stroebel, Testin, Tiffany, Vinehout, Vukmir, Wanggaard and Wirch - 26.
Noes - Senators Erpenbach, Larson, Miller, Ringhand, Risser, Shilling and L. Taylor - 7.
Absent or not voting None - 0.
Passed.
Senate Bill 68
Relating to: rules that prohibit feeding deer in certain counties.
hist71787Read a second time.
hist71788Ordered to a third reading.
hist71789Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that the rules be suspended and the bill be given its third reading.
hist71790Senate Bill 68
Read a third time.
The question was: Passage of Senate Bill 68?
The ayes and noes were demanded and the vote was: ayes, 20; noes, 13; absent or not voting, 0; as follows:
Ayes - Senators Cowles, Craig, Darling, Feyen, Fitzgerald, Harsdorf, Kapenga, Lasee, LeMahieu, Marklein, Moulton, Nass, Olsen, Petrowski, Roth, Stroebel, Testin, Tiffany, Vukmir and Wanggaard - 20.
Noes - Senators Bewley, Carpenter, Erpenbach, Hansen, Johnson, Larson, Miller, Ringhand, Risser, Shilling, L. Taylor, Vinehout and Wirch - 13.
Absent or not voting None - 0.
Passed.
Senate Bill 90
Relating to: removal and replacement of a vehicle or vehicle part identification number.
hist71791Read a second time.
hist71792Ordered to a third reading.
hist71793Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that the rules be suspended and the bill be given its third reading.
hist71794Senate Bill 90
Read a third time and passed.
Senate Bill 99
Relating to: designating and marking the Richard A. Grobschmidt Memorial Bridge.
hist71797Read a second time.
hist71798Ordered to a third reading.
hist71799Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that the rules be suspended and the bill be given its third reading.
hist71800Senate Bill 99
Read a third time and passed.
Senate Bill 101
Relating to: the transfer by affidavit option for small estates.
hist71801Read a second time.
hist71802The question was: Adoption of Senate Amendment 1 to Senate Bill 101?
Adopted.
hist71803The question was: Adoption of Senate Amendment 2 to Senate Bill 101?
Adopted.
hist71804Ordered to a third reading.
hist71805Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that the rules be suspended and the bill be given its third reading.
hist71806Senate Bill 101
Read a third time and passed.
Senate Bill 108
Relating to: cosmetology and barbering continuing education requirements and licensure of barbers, cosmetologists, and related professionals from jurisdictions outside Wisconsin.
hist71807Read a second time.
hist71808The question was: Adoption of Senate Amendment 2 to Senate Bill 108?
Adopted.
Senator Kapenga moved that Senate Amendment 3 to Senate Bill 108 be rejected.
hist71809The question was: Rejection of Senate Amendment 3 to Senate Bill 108?
Rejected.
hist71810Ordered to a third reading.
hist71811Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that the rules be suspended and the bill be given its third reading.
hist71812Senate Bill 108
Read a third time and passed.
Senator Miller, with unanimous consent, asked that he be recorded as voting “No” on the question of passage of Senate Bill 108.
Senate Bill 109
Relating to: practicing barbering and cosmetology outside licensed establishments, regulating barbering and cosmetology managers, and instructor certificates for barbering, cosmetology, and related professions.
hist71813Read a second time.
hist71814The question was: Adoption of Senate Amendment 5 to Senate Bill 109?
Adopted.
hist71815Senator Kapenga, with unanimous consent, asked that Senate Amendment 6 to Senate Bill 109 be withdrawn and returned to author.
hist71816The question was: Adoption of Senate Amendment 7 to Senate Bill 109?
Adopted.
hist71817Senator Larson, with unanimous consent, asked that Senate Amendment 8 to Senate Bill 109 be withdrawn and returned to author.
Senator Kapenga moved that Senate Amendment 9 to Senate Bill 109 be rejected.
hist71818The question was: Rejection of Senate Amendment 9 to Senate Bill 109?
Rejected.
Senator Kapenga moved that Senate Amendment 10 to Senate Bill 109 be rejected.
hist71821The question was: Rejection of Senate Amendment 10 to Senate Bill 109?
Rejected.
hist71822Ordered to a third reading.
hist71823Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that the rules be suspended and the bill be given its third reading.
hist71830Senate Bill 109
Read a third time and passed.
Senator Miller, with unanimous consent, asked that he be recorded as voting “No” on the question of passage of Senate Bill 109.
Senate Bill 113
Relating to: the establishment of November 11 as a day on which the offices of the agencies of state government are closed.
hist71832Read a second time.
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In the Chair
President Pro Tempore Marklein in the chair.
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