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STATE OF WISCONSIN
Senate Journal
December 2018 Extraordinary Session
11:57 A.M.   MONDAY, December 3, 2018
The Senate met.
The Senate was called to order by Senator Fitzgerald.
The Chief Clerk made the following entries dated Friday, November 30, 2018.
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Report of Committees
The committee on Senate Organization reported:
hist96298In accordance with Joint Rule 81 (2) and Senate Rule 93, it is moved that the Committee on Senate Organization authorize the Legislature to meet in Extraordinary Session beginning at 10:00 A.M. on Monday, December 3, 2018, solely to consider Assembly Bill 365 relating to prohibiting lifetime and annual limits under health insurance policies and plans; LRB-6070 relating to state and local highway projects; expenditure of transportation moneys received from the federal government; determining a reduction in individual income tax rates; and election of pass-through entities to be taxed at the entity level; LRB-6071 relating to legislative powers and duties, state agency and authority composition and operations, and administrative rule-making process; LRB-6072 relating to holding the presidential preference primary on the second Tuesday in March; applying for an absentee ballot in-person; and absentee ballots cast by overseas and military voters; LRB-6073 relating to federal government waivers and other requests for federal approval; public assistance programs; waivers from work search and registration requirements for certain unemployment insurance benefit claimants; granting rule-making authority; and making an appropriation; and LRB-6074 relating to legislative power and duties, state agency and authority composition and operations, administrative rule-making process, federal government waivers and approvals, unemployment insurance work search and registration requirements, and making an appropriation.
Ayes: 3 − Senators Fitzgerald, Roth and Vukmir.
Noes: 2 – Senators Shilling and Bewley.
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The committee on Assembly Organization reported:
In accordance with Joint Rule 81 (2) and Assembly Rule 93, it is moved that the Committee on Assembly Organization authorize the Legislature to meet in Extraordinary Session beginning at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, December 3, 2018, solely to consider Assembly Bill 365 relating to prohibiting lifetime and annual limits under health insurance policies and plans; LRB-6070 relating to state and local highway projects; expenditure of transportation moneys received from the federal government; determining a reduction in individual income tax rates; and election of pass-through entities to be taxed at the entity level; LRB-6071 relating to legislative powers and duties, state agency and authority composition and operations, and administrative rule-making process; LRB-6072 relating to holding the presidential preference primary on the second Tuesday in March; applying for an absentee ballot in-person; and absentee ballots cast by overseas and military voters; LRB-6073 relating to federal government waivers and other requests for federal approval; public assistance programs; waivers from work search and registration requirements for certain unemployment insurance benefit claimants; granting rule-making authority; and making an appropriation; and LRB-6074 relating to legislative power and duties, state agency and authority composition and operations, administrative rule-making process, federal government waivers and approvals, unemployment insurance work search and registration requirements, and making an appropriation.
Ayes: 5 − Representatives Vos, August, Steineke, Knodl and Felzkowski.
Noes: 3 − Representatives Hintz, Spreitzer and Hesselbein.
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Pursuant to Senate Rule 17 (6), the Chief Clerk made the following entries under the above date.
Introduction, First Reading, and Reference of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
hist96169Senate Bill 883
Relating to: state and local highway projects; expenditure of transportation moneys received from the federal government; determining a reduction in individual income tax rates; and election of pass-through entities to be taxed at the entity level.
By the joint committee on Finance
hist96174To the joint committee on Finance.
hist96170Senate Bill 884
Relating to: legislative powers and duties, state agency and authority composition and operations, and administrative rule-making process.
By the joint committee on Finance
hist96175To the joint committee on Finance.
hist96171Senate Bill 885
Relating to: holding the presidential preference primary on the second Tuesday in March; applying for an absentee ballot in-person; and absentee ballots cast by overseas and military voters.
By the joint committee on Finance
hist96176To the joint committee on Finance.
hist96172Senate Bill 886
Relating to: federal government waivers and other requests for federal approval; public assistance programs; waivers from work search and registration requirements for certain unemployment insurance benefit claimants; granting rule-making authority; and making an appropriation.
By the joint committee on Finance
hist96177To the joint committee on Finance.
hist96173Senate Bill 887
Relating to: legislative power and duties, state agency and authority composition and operations, administrative rule-making process, federal government waivers and approvals, unemployment insurance work search and registration requirements, and making an appropriation.
By the joint committee on Finance
hist96178To the joint committee on Finance.
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Report of Committees
The committee on Senate Organization reported:
Placed the following appointments and proposals on the Senate Calendar of Tuesday, December 04, 2018:
hist96394Renee E. Anderson
hist96395Shirley A. Armstrong
hist96396Lisa Bahr
hist96397Scott C. Beightol
hist96398Dr. Shari Berry
hist96399Dr. Matthew R. Bistan
hist96400Donald Borst
hist96401Robert R. Broeckert
hist96402Dr. David Anthony Bryce
hist96403Thomas Chwala
hist96404Susan M. Crane
hist96405Dr. Marcus P. Desmonde
hist96406Rosemary P. Dolatowski
hist96407Marc A Eernisse
hist96477H. Bruce Enke
hist96478Jeffery Feldt
hist96408Jeffery Giesking
hist96409Robert C. Gorsuch
hist96410Patricia Grathen
hist96411Kelly H. Grebe
hist96412Lisa M Greco
hist96413Dr. Kevin L. Hamberger
hist96479Bryce L. Hansen
hist96414Charles Hawkins
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