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Conservatively Speaking

State Senator Mary Lazich (R-New Berlin) represents parts of four counties: Milwaukee, Waukesha, Racine, and Walworth. Her Senate District 28 includes New Berlin, Franklin, Greendale, Hales Corners, Muskego, Waterford, Big Bend, the town of Vernon and parts of Greenfield, East Troy, and Mukwonago. Senator Lazich has been in the Legislature for more than a decade. She considers herself a tireless crusader for lower taxes, reduced spending and smaller government.

Senate Calendar for January 22, 2014

First Order.                         Call of Roll.

Second Order.                     Chief clerk's entries.

Third Order.                        Introduction, first reading and reference of proposals.

Fourth Order.                      Report of committees.

Fifth Order.                         Petitions and communications.

Sixth Order.                         Referrals and receipt of committee reports concerning proposed administrative rules.

Seventh Order.                    Advice and consent of the Senate

QUESTION:          Shall the appointment be confirmed?

Byerly, Francis, of Barron, as a member of the Livestock Facility Siting Review Board, to serve for the term ending May 1, 2015.  

Engelbrecht, Lee, of Two Rivers, as a member of the Livestock Facility Siting Review Board, to serve for the term ending May 1, 2017. 

Gaska, Jerome, of Columbus, as a member of the Livestock Facility Siting Review Board, to serve for the term ending May 1, 2014   

Jackson, James, of Waukesha, as a Private Business/Ind Rep 2 on the Prison Industries Board, to serve for the term ending May 1, 2015. 

Selk, Robert, of Madison, as a member of the Livestock Facility Siting Review Board, to serve for the term ending May 1, 2014.  

Topel, Bob, of Waterloo, as a member of the Livestock Facility Siting Review Board, to serve for the term ending May 1, 2016.   

Eighth Order.                      Messages from the Assembly.

Ninth Order.                        Special Orders.

Tenth Order.                       Consideration of motions, resolutions, and joint resolutions not requiring a third reading.

QUESTION:          Shall the joint resolution be adopted?

Senate Joint Resolution 63.  Relating to: honoring the life and public service of James Jeskewitz. .

QUESTION:          Shall the joint resolution be concurred in?

Assembly Joint Resolution 29.  Relating to: the life and public service of Judge William J. Duffy. 

Eleventh Order.                  Second reading and amendments of senate joint resolutions and senate bills.

QUESTION:          Shall the bill be ordered to a third reading?

Senate Bill 375.  Relating to: the use of an epinephrine auto-injector on school premises or at a school-sponsored activity. 

Senate Bill 389.  Relating to: indexing for inflation of, and making other changes to, the college savings plan income tax deduction.  

Senate Bill 416.  Relating to: a pupil's possession and use of an epinephrine auto-injector. 

Senate Bill 449.  Relating to: authorizing the transfer of certain tax credits earned in connection with economic development in this state.

Twelfth Order.                    Second reading and amendments of assembly joint resolutions and assembly bills.

QUESTION:          Shall the bill be ordered to a third reading?

Assembly Bill 17.  Relating to: the restoration of information from an original birth certificate after adoption.  

Assembly Bill 360.  Relating to: emergency detention, involuntary commitment, and privileged communications and information.  

Assembly Bill 435.  Relating to: admission of minors for inpatient treatment. 

Assembly Bill 450.  Relating to: grants for crisis intervention team training and making an appropriation.

Assembly Bill 452.  Relating to: child psychiatry consultation program and making an appropriation.  

Assembly Bill 453.  Relating to: uses and disclosures of protected health information. 

Assembly Bill 454.  Relating to: creation of a primary care and psychiatry shortage grant program, exempting from taxation amounts received from such a grant program, granting rule-making authority, and making an appropriation. 

Assembly Bill 455.  Relating to: grants to counties to contract for peer-run respite centers and making an appropriation. 

Assembly Bill 456.  Relating to: reporting on county performance on providing core mental health services and requiring the exercise of rule-making authority. 

Assembly Bill 458.  Relating to: mental health benefits and reimbursement for mental health services under the Medical Assistance program.

Assembly Bill 459.  Relating to: individual placement and support program for employment of individuals experiencing mental illness and making an appropriation. 

Assembly Bill 460.  Relating to: grants to mental health mobile crisis units and making an appropriation.

Assembly Bill 488.  Relating to: involuntary commitment proceedings and limited appearance by corporation counsel. 

Thirteenth Order.               Third reading of joint resolutions and bills.

Fourteenth Order.               Motions may be offered.

Fifteenth Order.                  Announcements, adjournment honors, and remarks under special privilege.

Sixteenth Order.                 Adjournment.

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