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By Senator Hansen; cosponsored by Representatives Stuck, Wachs, Genrich, Doyle, Hebl, Meyers, Pope, Sinicki, Spreitzer, Zamarripa and Tusler.
hist90637To the committee on Government Operations, Technology and Consumer Protection.
hist89833Senate Bill 851
Relating to: membership of the Joint Committee on Finance and consideration of committee motions.
By Senator Vinehout; cosponsored by Representatives Anderson, Sinicki, Subeck, Pope and Sargent.
hist90638To the committee on Senate Organization.
hist89834Senate Bill 852
Relating to: the procedure for promulgating a proposed rule that is considered at the joint annual spring fish and wildlife rule hearing of the Department of Natural Resources and county meeting of the Wisconsin Conservation Congress.
By Senator Vinehout; cosponsored by Representatives Spreitzer and Sargent.
hist90639To the committee on Government Operations, Technology and Consumer Protection.
hist89984Senate Bill 853
Relating to: a program to provide outreach, support, and mental health and substance abuse services for veterans, funds for homeless veterans, and making an appropriation.
By Senators Erpenbach, Hansen, Wirch, Bewley, Carpenter, Johnson, Larson, Ringhand, Risser, Vinehout, Wanggaard and L. Taylor; cosponsored by Representatives Shankland, Anderson, Barca, Berceau, Billings, Considine, Crowley, Doyle, Fields, Hesselbein, Kolste, Ohnstad, Pope, Sargent, Sinicki, Spreitzer, Subeck, Wachs, Zamarripa and Zepnick.
hist90641To the committee on Transportation and Veterans Affairs.
hist90462Senate Bill 854
Relating to: claiming the historic rehabilitation tax credit for replacing windows to remediate a lead hazard.
By Senators Johnson, L. Taylor, Larson and Bewley; cosponsored by Representatives C. Taylor, Brostoff, Young, Kolste, Berceau, Anderson, Crowley, Sargent, Sinicki, Ohnstad, Fields, Subeck and Wachs.
hist90642To the committee on Insurance, Financial Services, Constitution and Federalism.
hist90463Senate Bill 855
Relating to: testing for lead in facilities serving certain children and requiring the exercise of rule-making authority.
By Senators Johnson, L. Taylor, Carpenter, Risser and Larson; cosponsored by Representatives C. Taylor, Brostoff, Young, Kolste, Berceau, Hesselbein, Anderson, Crowley, Sargent, Sinicki, Zepnick, Ohnstad, Fields, Subeck, Spreitzer and Wachs.
hist90643To the committee on Health and Human Services.
hist90464Senate Bill 856
Relating to: testing for lead in homes of certain children, providing an exemption from emergency rule procedures, and providing an exemption from rule-making procedures.
By Senators Johnson, L. Taylor, Risser and Larson; cosponsored by Representatives C. Taylor, Brostoff, Kolste, Young, Berceau, Hesselbein, Anderson, Crowley, Sargent, Sinicki, Zepnick, Ohnstad, Fields, Spreitzer, Subeck and Wachs.
hist90644To the committee on Health and Human Services.
hist90465Senate Bill 857
Relating to: creating University of Wisconsin-Extension positions for farm succession planning and making an appropriation.
By Senators Vinehout and Ringhand; cosponsored by Representatives Considine, Vruwink, Spreitzer, Kolste, Anderson, Fields, Berceau, Sargent, Genrich, Pope, Shankland, Meyers, Goyke, Zamarripa and C. Taylor.
hist90645To the committee on Universities and Technical Colleges.
hist90466Senate Bill 858
Relating to: adjusting a school district's revenue limit for certain school safety expenditures.
By Senators Bewley, Shilling, Miller, Vinehout, Ringhand, Larson, Erpenbach, Carpenter, Schachtner, Hansen, Johnson, Wirch, Risser and L. Taylor; cosponsored by Representatives Pope, Hintz, Kolste, Shankland, Sargent, Zamarripa, Doyle, Hesselbein, Considine, Riemer, Subeck, Vruwink, Hebl, Sinicki, Anderson, Billings, Zepnick and Spreitzer.
hist90646To the committee on Education.
hist90634Senate Bill 859
Relating to: authorizing certain tax benefits for a paper products manufacturer with facilities in the city of Neenah and village of Fox Crossing and making an appropriation.
By Senator Roth; cosponsored by Representatives Steineke, Rohrkaste, Murphy, Tusler, Spiros and Petersen.
hist90647To the committee on Economic Development, Commerce and Local Government.
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Report of Committees
The committee on Workforce Development, Military Affairs and Senior Issues reported and recommended:
Senate Bill 795
Relating to: reemployment rights, death benefits, and continuation pay benefits of national guard and state defense force members on state active duty and making an appropriation.
hist90685Passage.
Ayes: 5 - Senators Testin, Feyen, Marklein, Ringhand and Erpenbach.
Noes: 0 - None.
PATRICK TESTIN
Chairperson
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Petitions and Communications
State of Wisconsin
Office of the Governor
February 28, 2018
The Honorable, the Senate:
The following bill(s), originating in the Senate, have been approved, signed and deposited in the office of the Secretary of State:
Bill Number   Act Number   Date Approved
hist90617Senate Bill 770   138   February 27, 2018
hist90687Senate Bill 781   139   February 28, 2018
Sincerely,
SCOTT WALKER
Governor
Pursuant to s. 35.095 (1)(b), Wisconsin Statutes, the following 2017 Act(s) have been published:
Act Number   Bill Number   Publication Date
hist90618Wisconsin Act 138   770   February 28, 2018
hist90688Wisconsin Act 139   781   March 1, 2018
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Legislative Reference Bureau Corrections
Corrections In:
SENATE SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT 1,
TO 2017 SENATE BILL 600
Prepared by the Legislative Reference Bureau
(February 28, 2018)
hist906901. Page 6, line 11: delete the material beginning with “organization” and ending with “representing a” on line 12.
2. Page 23, line 2: delete “sections” and substitute “section”.
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Referrals and Receipt of Committee Reports Concerning Proposed Administrative Rules
Relating to the child support percentage of income standard.
Submitted by the Department of Children and Families.
hist90529Report received from Agency, February 26, 2018.
hist90633Referred to the committee on Health and Human Services, February 28, 2018.
Relating to unprofessional conduct.
Submitted by the Psychology Examining Board.
hist89893Report received from Agency, February 22, 2018.
hist90629Referred to the committee on Public Benefits, Licensing and State-Federal Relations, February 28, 2018.
Relating to internship and courses in equivalency programs.
Submitted by the Marriage and Family Therapy, Professional Counseling, and Social Work Examining Board.
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