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Assembly Journal
One-Hundred and Fourth Regular Session
  FRIDAY, November 15, 2019
The Chief Clerk makes the following entries under the above date:
Amendments Offered
hist110654Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 444 offered by Representatives Horlacher and Murphy.
Administrative Rules
Relating to registered sanitarian examination requirements.
Submitted by Department of Safety and Professional Services.
hist109070Report received from Agency, October 31, 2019.
hist110622To committee on Regulatory Licensing Reform.
Referred on November 14, 2019.
Relating to requirements for renewal and reinstatement.
Submitted by Massage Therapy and Bodywork Therapy Affiliated Credentialing Board.
hist109069Report received from Agency, October 31, 2019.
hist110623To committee on Regulatory Licensing Reform.
Referred on November 14, 2019.
Relating to supervision and practice of occupational therapy assistants.
Submitted by Occupational Therapists Affiliated Credentialing Board.
hist109068Report received from Agency, October 31, 2019.
hist110624To committee on Health.
Referred on November 14, 2019.
Introduction and Reference of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
hist109124Assembly Joint Resolution 107
Relating to: release of a person accused of a crime prior to conviction (first consideration).
By Representatives Duchow, Hutton, Kulp, Dittrich, Knodl, Kitchens, Neylon, Ott, Quinn and Steineke; cosponsored by Senators Wanggaard, Olsen and Jacque.
hist110653To committee on Constitution and Ethics.
hist108845Assembly Bill 599
Relating to: marketing of employment and training opportunities to former University of Wisconsin System students and making an appropriation.
By Representatives Krug, Sortwell, Allen, Rohrkaste, James, Plumer, Dittrich, Tusler, Kulp, Kuglitsch, Brandtjen, Skowronski, Summerfield, Thiesfeldt, VanderMeer, Knodl, Spiros, Macco, Tranel and Mursau; cosponsored by Senators Feyen, Ringhand, Cowles, Wanggaard, Olsen, Nass and LeMahieu.
hist110634To committee on Colleges and Universities.
hist108846Assembly Bill 600
Relating to: bid requirements for public inland lake protection and rehabilitation districts.
By Representatives Horlacher, Dittrich, Krug, Loudenbeck, Plumer, Tusler, Brooks and Wichgers; cosponsored by Senators Nass, Cowles and Olsen.
hist110635To committee on Government Accountability and Oversight.
hist108847Assembly Bill 601
Relating to: requiring an online dyslexia awareness training for school district employees.
By Representatives Kulp, Quinn, Wittke, Tusler, Mursau, Skowronski, Wichgers, Krug, Kerkman, Murphy and Dittrich; cosponsored by Senator Tiffany.
hist110636To committee on Education.
hist108848Assembly Bill 602
Relating to: screening correctional inmates for dyslexia.
By Representatives Kulp, Quinn, Ramthun, Wittke, Loudenbeck, Steffen, Tusler, Dittrich, Mursau, Skowronski, Wichgers, L. Myers, Krug, Bowen and Murphy; cosponsored by Senators Tiffany, Bernier and L. Taylor.
hist110637To committee on Corrections.
hist108849Assembly Bill 603
Relating to: publishing Foundations of Reading test scores.
By Representatives Kulp, Ramthun, Quinn, Wittke, Tusler, Plumer, Dittrich, Skowronski, Wichgers, Bowen, Murphy and L. Myers; cosponsored by Senator Nass.
hist110638To committee on Education.
hist108850Assembly Bill 604
Relating to: programs to identify and address pupils with dyslexia in public schools.
By Representatives Kulp, Ramthun, Quinn, Wittke, Kitchens, Tusler, Plumer, Dittrich, Mursau, Skowronski, Wichgers, Krug, Kerkman and Murphy; cosponsored by Senators Nass, Wanggaard and Carpenter.
hist110639To committee on Education.
hist108940Assembly Bill 605