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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.

State Senate Calendar for April 1, 2014

One-Hundred and First Regular Session

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

11:00 A.M.

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?

Anderson, Dr. Rebecca, of Waukesha, as a Psychologist 3 on the Psychology Examining Board, to serve for the term ending July 1, 2018.  

Brooks, Michael, of Oshkosh, as a public member 2 on the Board on Aging and Long Term Care, to serve for the term ending May 1, 2018. 

Carton, Stefanie, of Milwaukee, as a Public Member 2 on the Nursing Home Administrator Examining Board, to serve for the term ending July 17, 2015. 

Conroy, Timothy, of Madison, as a Nursing Home Administrator 3 on the Nursing Home Administrator Examining Board, to serve for the term ending July 1, 2014. 

Delgado, Jose, of Brookfield, as a Governor's Appointee 11 on the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System, to serve for the term ending May 1, 2021. 

Foss, Dr. Richard, of La Crosse, as an Optometrist 4 on the Optometry Examining Board, to serve for the term ending July 1, 2017. 

Grathen, Patricia, of La Crosse, as a Professional member 1 on the Cemetery Board, to serve for the term ending July 1, 2018.   

Gubbels, Dr. Samuel P., of Madison, as a Otolaryngologist on the Hearing and Speech Examining Board, to serve for the term ending July 1, 2017. 

Hall Ph.D., Eve M., of New Berlin, as a Governor's Appointee 12 on the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System, to serve for the term ending May 1, 2021. 

Harsy, Nicolas, of Madison, as a Non-Traditional Student Representative on the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System, to serve for the term ending May 1, 2016. 

Hawkins, Charles, of Marinette, as a Nursing Home Administrator 1 on the Nursing Home Administrator Examining Board, to serve for the term ending July 1, 2017.  

Holmes, Robert W., of Tomah, as a Savings and loan experience 2 on the Savings Institutions Review Board, to serve for the term ending May 1, 2019.  

Kallio, Peter, of Muskego, as a Registered Nurse 4 on the Board of Nursing, to serve for the term ending July 1, 2018.  

Krizenesky, Elizabeth, of Neenah, as a Massage/Bodywork Therapist 1 on the Massage Therapy and Bodywork Therapy Affiliated Credentialing Board, to serve for the term ending July 1, 2018.   

Landes, Samuel J, of Dane, as a Southern Area Rep 6 on the Snowmobile Recreational Council, to serve for the term ending July 1, 2017. 

Lang, Robert B., of Cable, as a Northern Area rep 9 on the Snowmobile Recreational Council, to serve for the term ending July 1, 2017.  

Lins, Debra R., of Prairie du Sac, as a Professional Member 3 on the Banking Review Board, to serve for the term ending May 1, 2019.   

Malecki Jr., Andrew F, of Green Bay, as a Northern Area rep 7 on the Snowmobile Recreational Council, to serve for the term ending July 1, 2017. 

Maves, Terry, of Appleton, as a Pharmacist 3 on the Pharmacy Examining Board, to serve for the term ending July 1, 2014. 

Newman, David, of Unity, as a Northern Area rep 1 on the Snowmobile Recreational Council, to serve for the term ending July 1, 2017.   

Ostendorf, Carol, of West Allis, as a Public Member on the Massage Therapy and Bodywork Therapy Affiliated Credentialing Board, to serve for the term ending July 1, 2018. 

Paul, Lori A., of Marinette, as a Private School Rep on the Cosmetology Examining Board, to serve for the term ending July 1, 2018. 

Purath, Anicka, of Mount Pleasant, as a Traditional Student Representative on the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System, to serve for the term ending May 1, 2015.  

Schaumburg, Susan, of Madison, as a WTCS Student Rep on the Wisconsin Technical College System Board, to serve for the term ending May 1, 2015. 

Shaughnessy, Patrick, of Greendale, as a Nursing Home Administrator 2 on the Nursing Home Administrator Examining Board, to serve for the term ending July 1, 2015. 

Spiegel, Bernie, of Oregon, as a Private Business/Ind Rep 3 on the Prison Industries Board, to serve for the term ending May 1, 2016.   

Steinke, Linda, of Janesville, as a Certified Residential Appraise on the Real Estate Appraisers Board, to serve for the term ending May 1, 2014.  

Stempski, Carrie, of Green Bay, as a Dental Hygienist on the Dentistry Examining Board, to serve for the term ending July 1, 2018.   

Vanmeeteren, Robert, of Reedsburg, as a Public Member 7 on the Wisconsin Health and Educational Facilities Authority, to serve for the term ending June 30, 2020. 

Weisensel-Nesson, Dr. Lisa, of Sun Prairie, as a Veterinarian 1 on the Veterinary Examining Board, to serve for the term ending July 1, 2018. 

Wollin, Danny, of Green Bay, as a Credit Union Experience 4 on the Credit Union Review Board, to serve for the term ending May 1, 2019. 

Eighth Order.                      Messages from the Assembly.

QUESTION:          Shall the Amendment be concurred in?

Senate Bill 196.  Relating to: restricting the use of drones and providing a penalty.

Senate Bill 300.  Relating to: copayments, deductibles, or coinsurance for oral chemotherapy and injected or intravenous chemotherapy.

Senate Bill 373.  Relating to: law enforcement standards and requiring the exercise of rule-making authority.

Senate Bill 391.  Relating to: allowing health care providers licensed outside the state to participate in and requirements on nonprofit agencies in the volunteer health care provider program.

Senate Bill 434.  Relating to: requirements and local ordinances related to certificates of food protection practices.

Senate Bill 509.  Relating to: operation of agricultural vehicles on highways and providing a penalty.

Ninth Order.                        Special Orders.

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

QUESTION:          Shall the resolution be adopted?

Senate Resolution 5.  Relating to: the retirement of Richard J. Stadelman. 

Senate Resolution 6.  Relating to: the life and public service of Bruce Dahmen. 

Senate Resolution 7.  Relating to: the life and public service of Jacob Matthew Clark. 

Senate Resolution 8.  Relating to: proclaiming distracted driving awareness day. 

Senate Resolution 9.  Relating to: proclaiming May 10, 2014, as Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Day. 

QUESTION:          Shall the joint resolution be concurred in?

Assembly Joint Resolution 65.  Relating to: commending the career of Donald Driver. 

Assembly Joint Resolution 96.  Relating to: commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the 1964 Dodgeville Dodgers high school boys basketball state championship. 

Assembly Joint Resolution 101.  Relating to: expressing support for the Boy Scouts of America.

Assembly Joint Resolution 113.  Relating to: the registration of geographic indications pertaining to dairy terms traditionally used generically in the United States and worldwide. 

Assembly Joint Resolution 116.  Relating to: proclaiming May 16, 17, and 18, 2014, Syttende Mai Weekend. 

Assembly Joint Resolution 117.  Relating to: Purple Day for epilepsy. 

Assembly Joint Resolution 118.  Relating to: proclaiming May 2014 as Lyme disease awareness month. 

Assembly Joint Resolution 119.  Relating to: congratulating the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panthers men's basketball team on its 2014 Horizon League title and berth to the 2014 NCAA Men's Division I basketball tournament. 

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

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

QUESTION:          Shall the joint resolution be ordered to a third reading?

Assembly Joint Resolution 77.  Relating to: appointment of treasurer in Milwaukee county (first consideration).

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

Assembly Bill 5.  Relating to: sales and property tax exemptions for property used by commercial radio and television stations.

Assembly Bill 32.  Relating to: tribal treatment facility participation in the intoxicated driver program.

Assembly Bill 120.  Relating to: inadmissibility of a statement of apology or condolence by a health care provider.

Assembly Bill 173.  Relating to: special distinguishing registration plates associated with Wisconsin Trout Unlimited and making an appropriation.

Assembly Bill 226.  Relating to: grants to technical college district boards under the Workforce Advancement Training Program.

Assembly Bill 260.  Relating to: enrollment requirements for recipients of talent incentive grants.

Assembly Bill 290.  Relating to: an expenditure of $90,000 from the general fund for payment of a claim against the state made by Robert Lee Stinson.

Assembly Bill 376.  Relating to: the net worth method of providing proof of financial responsibility for certain solid waste facilities.

Assembly Bill 388.  Relating to: traffic violations resulting in harm to vulnerable highway users, driver education instruction, and providing a penalty.

Assembly Bill 409.  Relating to: investigation of deaths involving a law enforcement officer.

Assembly Bill 410.  Relating to: nonconforming uses and manufactured home communities.

Assembly Bill 412.  Relating to: exemption of outside salespersons from the minimum wage law.

Assembly Bill 429.  Relating to: requirements for persons officiating at a marriage.

Assembly Bill 444.  Relating to: fees imposed on the disposal of solid waste and hazardous waste at licensed solid waste and hazardous waste disposal facilities.

Assembly Bill 494.  Relating to: the waiver of fees imposed on waste disposed of at a solid or hazardous waste disposal facility.

Assembly Bill 500.  Relating to: emergency detention pilot program in Milwaukee County.

Assembly Bill 532.  Relating to: changing the names, Wisconsin higher education grants, and tuition grants, to Wisconsin grants.

Assembly Bill 539.  Relating to: emergency vehicles operated as escorts for vehicle processions.

Assembly Bill 556.  Relating to: strip searches. 

Assembly Bill 593.  Relating to: rule-making procedures and repealing administrative rules relating to the estate tax and the county operating levy rate limit.

Assembly Bill 612.  Relating to: allowing a victim of a crime to view portions of a presentence investigation report.

Assembly Bill 613.  Relating to: modifying the duties of a county clerk; the counties in which a board of election commissioners is required; and staffing of a board of election commissioners in populous counties.

Assembly Bill 644.  Relating to: sales tax bad debt return adjustments for private label credit card bad debt.

Assembly Bill 670.  Relating to: the registration of antique snowmobiles.

Assembly Bill 675.  Relating to: evaluation of infants for fetal alcohol spectrum disorder and referral of infants who have that condition for services and treatment.

Assembly Bill 684.  Relating to: various changes in the unemployment insurance law.

Assembly Bill 693.  Relating to:  providing funding for a crime prevention program in the city of Milwaukee and making an appropriation.

Assembly Bill 701.  Relating to: opioid treatment programs and making an appropriation.

Assembly Bill 702.  Relating to: development of a system of short-term sanctions for individuals who violate conditions of extended supervision, parole, probation, or a deferred prosecution agreement and granting rule-making authority.

Assembly Bill 710.  Relating to: alerts for missing adults at risk and making an appropriation.

Assembly Bill 712.  Relating to: exempting employers from keeping records of the hours of employment of an employee who is exempt from the overtime pay requirement and who is not compensated on an hourly rate basis.

Assembly Bill 726.  Relating to: providing that cannabidiol is not a tetrahydrocannabinol and dispensing cannabidiol as a treatment for a seizure disorder.

Assembly Bill 729.  Relating to: classified research at University of Wisconsin System institutions and exemption from open records requirements.

Assembly Bill 730.  Relating to: rule-making procedures and modifying and repealing various rules promulgated by the Department of Natural Resources.

Assembly Bill 733.  Relating to: an addition to the 2013-15 Authorized State Building Program.

Assembly Bill 741.  Relating to: the requirement that a Wisconsin works agency establish a children's services network and the membership of the Milwaukee Child Welfare Partnership Council.

Assembly Bill 746.  Relating to: limits on liability for persons offering agricultural tourism activities.

Assembly Bill 769.  Relating to: the definition of project costs under the tax incremental financing program.

Assembly Bill 780.  Relating to: eliminating voluntary intoxication as a defense to criminal liability.

Assembly Bill 799.  Relating to: pedestrians crossing railroad tracks and penalties for violations relating to railroad crossings and providing a penalty.

Assembly Bill 801.  Relating to: establishing a process for the return of unclaimed property by the state.

Assembly Bill 803.  Relating to: substance abuse by employees performing work on public utility projects located in public rights-of-way and passing emergency or roadside service vehicles stopped on or near the highway.

Assembly Bill 805.  Relating to: nonprofit organization grant program administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs; grant reduction, suspension, or termination and record-keeping and audit requirements for various grant programs administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs; providing an exemption from emergency rule procedures; and making an appropriation.

Assembly Bill 812.  Relating to: fraudulent motor vehicle emission inspection reports and providing a penalty.

Assembly Bill 824.  Relating to: enforcement of parking violations involving spaces reserved for persons with disabilities.

Assembly Bill 825.  Relating to: parking violations involving spaces reserved for persons with disabilities and providing a penalty.

Assembly Bill 828.  Relating to: parking spaces reserved for persons with physical disabilities.

Assembly Bill 835.  Relating to: limiting the security a town or municipality may require as a condition of plat approval.

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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