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AB 408 - An Act Relating to Financial Assistance Related to Bioenergy Feedstocks, Biorefineries, and Conversion to Biomass Energy; the Definition of the Term Agricultural Use for the Purpose of Determining the Assessed Value of a Parcel of Land; Requiring a Strategic Bioenergy Feedstock Assessment; Creation of a Bioenergy Council; the Agricultural and Forestry Diversification Programs; Biofuels Training Assessment; a Study of Regulatory Burdens Relating to Biofuel Production Facilities; Marketing Orders and Agreements for Bioenergy Feedstocks; Exempting Personal Renewable Fuel Production and Use from the Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax, the Petroleum Inspection Fee, and Business Tax Registration Requirements; an Income and Franchise Tax Credit for Installing or Retrofitting Pumps That Mix Motor Vehicle Fuels from Separate Storage Tanks; Offering Gasoline That is Not Blended with Ethanol to Motor Fuel Dealers; State Renewable Motor Vehicle Fuels Sales Goals; Required Sales of Renewable Motor Vehicle Fuels; Use of Petroleum-Based Transportation Fuels by State Vehicles; Use of Alternative Fuels in Flex Fuel Vehicles Owned by the State; Use of Public Alternative Fuel Refueling Facilities; Duties of the Office of Energy Independence; Granting Rule-Making Authority; Requiring the Exercise of Rule-Making Authority; Making Appropriations; and Providing Penalties.

Agriculture and Food. 2009-2010 Legislature. View bill details
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Summary:
An Act to repeal 66.1103 (2) (k) 18. and 93.46 (3); to renumber and amend 16.956 (2) (c), 93.46 (1) (d) and 560.126 (1); to amend 16.04 (1) (a), 16.956 (3) (a) and (c), 20.115 (4) (c), 20.115 (4) (r), 70.32 (2) (c) 1g., 71.07 (5j) (b), 71.28 (5j) (b), 71.47 (5j) (b), 73.03 (50) (intro.), 93.46 (2) (a), 96.01 (3) and 96.02; and to create 15.137 (6), 16.045 (1) (cm) and (f), 16.045 (4m) and (6),… More
An Act to repeal 66.1103 (2) (k) 18. and 93.46 (3); to renumber and amend 16.956 (2) (c), 93.46 (1) (d) and 560.126 (1); to amend 16.04 (1) (a), 16.956 (3) (a) and (c), 20.115 (4) (c), 20.115 (4) (r), 70.32 (2) (c) 1g., 71.07 (5j) (b), 71.28 (5j) (b), 71.47 (5j) (b), 73.03 (50) (intro.), 93.46 (2) (a), 96.01 (3) and 96.02; and to create 15.137 (6), 16.045 (1) (cm) and (f), 16.045 (4m) and (6), 16.954, 16.956 (1) (bg) and (br), 16.956 (2) (c) 2. and 3., 16.956 (3) (f), 16.956 (4), 20.115 (3) (im), 26.42, 70.32 (2) (c) 1i., 70.32 (2) (c) 1k., 71.07 (5j) (a) 2d., 71.07 (5j) (a) 2m., 71.28 (5j) (a) 2d., 71.28 (5j) (a) 2m., 71.47 (5j) (a) 2d., 71.47 (5j) (a) 2m., 73.0303, 78.005 (13j), 78.01 (2n), 78.07 (5), 93.07 (26), 93.46 (1) (d) 1. to 4., 93.46 (1e), 93.46 (2) (b) 4m. and 5m. and (dm), 93.47, 96.01 (4m), 96.05 (1m), 100.51 (6), 100.60, 168.05 (6), 168.12 (2) and 560.126 (1d) of the statutes; relating to: financial assistance related to bioenergy feedstocks, biorefineries, and conversion to biomass energy; the definition of the term agricultural use for the purpose of determining the assessed value of a parcel of land; requiring a strategic bioenergy feedstock assessment; creation of a bioenergy council; the agricultural and forestry diversification programs; biofuels training assessment; a study of regulatory burdens relating to biofuel production facilities; marketing orders and agreements for bioenergy feedstocks; exempting personal renewable fuel production and use from the motor vehicle fuel tax, the petroleum inspection fee, and business tax registration requirements; an income and franchise tax credit for installing or retrofitting pumps that mix motor vehicle fuels from separate storage tanks; offering gasoline that is not blended with ethanol to motor fuel dealers; state renewable motor vehicle fuels sales goals; required sales of renewable motor vehicle fuels; use of petroleum-based transportation fuels by state vehicles; use of alternative fuels in flex fuel vehicles owned by the state; use of public alternative fuel refueling facilities; duties of the Office of Energy Independence; granting rule-making authority; requiring the exercise of rule-making authority; making appropriations; and providing penalties. Hide
 
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An Act Relating to Financial Assistance Related to Bioenergy Feedstocks, Biorefineries, and Conversion to Biomass Energy; the Definition of the Term Agricultural Use for the Purpose of Determining the Assessed Value of a Parcel of Land; Requiring a Strategic Bioenergy Feedstock Assessment; Creation of a Bioenergy Council; the Agricultural and Forestry Diversification Programs; Biofuels Training Assessment; a Study of Regulatory Burdens Relating to Biofuel Production Facilities; Marketing Orders and Agreements for Bioenergy Feedstocks; Exempting Personal Renewable Fuel Production and Use from the Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax, the Petroleum Inspection Fee, and Business Tax Registration Requirements; an Income and Franchise Tax Credit for Installing or Retrofitting Pumps That Mix Motor Vehicle Fuels from Separate Storage Tanks; Offering Gasoline That is Not Blended with Ethanol to Motor Fuel Dealers; State Renewable Motor Vehicle Fuels Sales Goals; Required Sales of Renewable Motor Vehicle Fuels; Use of Petroleum-Based Transportation Fuels by State Vehicles; Use of Alternative Fuels in Flex Fuel Vehicles Owned by the State; Use of Public Alternative Fuel Refueling Facilities; Duties of the Office of Energy Independence; Granting Rule-Making Authority; Requiring the Exercise of Rule-Making Authority; Making Appropriations; and Providing Penalties.

AB 408 — 2009-2010 Legislature

Summary
An Act to repeal 66.1103 (2) (k) 18. and 93.46 (3); to renumber and amend 16.956 (2) (c), 93.46 (1) (d) and 560.126 (1); to amend 16.04 (1) (a), 16.956 (3) (a) and (c), 20.115 (4) (c), 20.115 (4) (r), 70.32 (2) (c) 1g., 71.07 (5j) (b), 71.28 (5j) (b), 71.47 (5j) (b), 73.03 (50) (intro.), 93.46 (2) (a), 96.01 (3) and 96.02; and to create 15.137 (6), 16.045 (1) (cm) and (f), 16.045 (4m) and (6), 16.954, 16.956 (1) (bg) and (br), 16.956 (2) (c) 2. and 3., 16.956 (3) (f), 16.956 (4), 20.115 (3) (im), 26.42, 70.32 (2) (c) 1i., 70.32 (2) (c) 1k., 71.07 (5j) (a) 2d., 71.07 (5j) (a) 2m., 71.28 (5j) (a) 2d., 71.28 (5j) (a) 2m., 71.47 (5j) (a) 2d., 71.47 (5j) (a) 2m., 73.0303, 78.005 (13j), 78.01 (2n), 78.07 (5), 93.07 (26), 93.46 (1) (d) 1. to 4., 93.46 (1e), 93.46 (2) (b) 4m. and 5m. and (dm), 93.47, 96.01 (4m), 96.05 (1m), 100.51 (6), 100.60, 168.05 (6), 168.12 (2) and 560.126 (1d) of the statutes; relating to: financial assistance related to bioenergy feedstocks, biorefineries, and conversion to biomass energy; the definition of the term agricultural use for the purpose of determining the assessed value of a parcel of land; requiring a strategic bioenergy feedstock assessment; creation… More
An Act to repeal 66.1103 (2) (k) 18. and 93.46 (3); to renumber and amend 16.956 (2) (c), 93.46 (1) (d) and 560.126 (1); to amend 16.04 (1) (a), 16.956 (3) (a) and (c), 20.115 (4) (c), 20.115 (4) (r), 70.32 (2) (c) 1g., 71.07 (5j) (b), 71.28 (5j) (b), 71.47 (5j) (b), 73.03 (50) (intro.), 93.46 (2) (a), 96.01 (3) and 96.02; and to create 15.137 (6), 16.045 (1) (cm) and (f), 16.045 (4m) and (6), 16.954, 16.956 (1) (bg) and (br), 16.956 (2) (c) 2. and 3., 16.956 (3) (f), 16.956 (4), 20.115 (3) (im), 26.42, 70.32 (2) (c) 1i., 70.32 (2) (c) 1k., 71.07 (5j) (a) 2d., 71.07 (5j) (a) 2m., 71.28 (5j) (a) 2d., 71.28 (5j) (a) 2m., 71.47 (5j) (a) 2d., 71.47 (5j) (a) 2m., 73.0303, 78.005 (13j), 78.01 (2n), 78.07 (5), 93.07 (26), 93.46 (1) (d) 1. to 4., 93.46 (1e), 93.46 (2) (b) 4m. and 5m. and (dm), 93.47, 96.01 (4m), 96.05 (1m), 100.51 (6), 100.60, 168.05 (6), 168.12 (2) and 560.126 (1d) of the statutes; relating to: financial assistance related to bioenergy feedstocks, biorefineries, and conversion to biomass energy; the definition of the term agricultural use for the purpose of determining the assessed value of a parcel of land; requiring a strategic bioenergy feedstock assessment; creation of a bioenergy council; the agricultural and forestry diversification programs; biofuels training assessment; a study of regulatory burdens relating to biofuel production facilities; marketing orders and agreements for bioenergy feedstocks; exempting personal renewable fuel production and use from the motor vehicle fuel tax, the petroleum inspection fee, and business tax registration requirements; an income and franchise tax credit for installing or retrofitting pumps that mix motor vehicle fuels from separate storage tanks; offering gasoline that is not blended with ethanol to motor fuel dealers; state renewable motor vehicle fuels sales goals; required sales of renewable motor vehicle fuels; use of petroleum-based transportation fuels by state vehicles; use of alternative fuels in flex fuel vehicles owned by the state; use of public alternative fuel refueling facilities; duties of the Office of Energy Independence; granting rule-making authority; requiring the exercise of rule-making authority; making appropriations; and providing penalties. Hide
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An Act Relating to Financial Assistance Related to Bioenergy Feedstocks, Biorefineries, and Conversion to Biomass Energy; the Definition of the Term Agricultural Use for the Purpose of Determining the Assessed Value of a Parcel of Land; Requiring a Strategic Bioenergy Feedstock Assessment; Creation of a Bioenergy Council; the Agricultural and Forestry Diversification Programs; Biofuels Training Assessment; a Study of Regulatory Burdens Relating to Biofuel Production Facilities; Marketing Orders and Agreements for Bioenergy Feedstocks; Exempting Personal Renewable Fuel Production and Use from the Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax, the Petroleum Inspection Fee, and Business Tax Registration Requirements; an Income and Franchise Tax Credit for Installing or Retrofitting Pumps That Mix Motor Vehicle Fuels from Separate Storage Tanks; Offering Gasoline That is Not Blended with Ethanol to Motor Fuel Dealers; State Renewable Motor Vehicle Fuels Sales Goals; Required Sales of Renewable Motor Vehicle Fuels; Use of Petroleum-Based Transportation Fuels by State Vehicles; Use of Alternative Fuels in Flex Fuel Vehicles Owned by the State; Use of Public Alternative Fuel Refueling Facilities; Duties of the Office of Energy Independence; Granting Rule-Making Authority; Requiring the Exercise of Rule-Making Authority; Making Appropriations; and Providing Penalties.
Author(s)
Joint Legislative Council
Co-Sponsor(s)
    Subjects
    • Agriculture and Food
    • Commerce
    • Transportation
    • Legislative Affairs
    • Budget, Spending, and Taxes
    • Environmental
    • State Agencies
    • Education
    • Energy
    • Executive Branch
    Major Actions
    Introduced8/31/2009
    Bill History

    There have been no votes on this bill.

    ActionDateDescription
    Introduced8/31/2009
    8/31/2009Introduced by Joint Legislative Council
    8/31/2009Read first time and referred to committee on Renewable Energy and Rural Affairs
    9/14/2009Fiscal estimate received
    9/16/2009Fiscal estimate received
    9/21/2009Fiscal estimate received
    9/23/2009Fiscal estimate received
    9/29/2009Fiscal estimate received
    10/07/2009Public hearing held
    10/19/2009Assembly amendment 1 offered by Representative Davis
    10/22/2009Executive action taken
    10/22/2009Assembly amendment 2 offered by committee on Renewable Energy and Rural Affairs
    3/31/2010Fiscal estimate received
    4/16/2010Report Assembly Amendment 2 adoption recommended by committee on Renewable Energy and Rural Affairs, Ayes 13, Noes 0
    4/16/2010Report passage as amended recommended by committee on Renewable Energy and Rural Affairs, Ayes 12, Noes 1
    4/16/2010Referred to committee on Rules
    4/28/2010Failed to pass pursuant to Senate Joint Resolution 1

    Total contributions given to Assemblymembers from interest groups that…

    8 Organizations Supported and 6 Opposed; See Which Ones

    Organizations that took a position on
    An Act Relating to Financial Assistance Related to Bioenergy Feedstocks, Biorefineries, and Conversion to Biomass Energy; the Definition of the Term Agricultural Use for the Purpose of Determining the Assessed Value of a Parcel of Land; Requiring a Strategic Bioenergy Feedstock Assessment; Creation of a Bioenergy Council; the Agricultural and Forestry Diversification Programs; Biofuels Training Assessment; a Study of Regulatory Burdens Relating to Biofuel Production Facilities; Marketing Orders and Agreements for Bioenergy Feedstocks; Exempting Personal Renewable Fuel Production and Use from the Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax, the Petroleum Inspection Fee, and Business Tax Registration Requirements; an Income and Franchise Tax Credit for Installing or Retrofitting Pumps That Mix Motor Vehicle Fuels from Separate Storage Tanks; Offering Gasoline That is Not Blended with Ethanol to Motor Fuel Dealers; State Renewable Motor Vehicle Fuels Sales Goals; Required Sales of Renewable Motor Vehicle Fuels; Use of Petroleum-Based Transportation Fuels by State Vehicles; Use of Alternative Fuels in Flex Fuel Vehicles Owned by the State; Use of Public Alternative Fuel Refueling Facilities; Duties of the Office of Energy Independence; Granting Rule-Making Authority; Requiring the Exercise of Rule-Making Authority; Making Appropriations; and Providing Penalties.

    8 organizations supported this bill

    American Lung Association of Wisconsin Inc
    American Lung Association of Wisconsin Inc (2009, October 21). Organizations Lobbying on AB 408. Retrieved April 4, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
    Clean Wisconsin
    Clean Wisconsin Inc (2009, October 23). Organizations Lobbying on AB 408. Retrieved April 4, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
    League of Conservation Voters
    Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters (WLCV) (2009, September 25). Organizations Lobbying on AB 408. Retrieved April 4, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
    United Association
    Wisconsin Pipe Trades Association (2009, November 4). Organizations Lobbying on AB 408. Retrieved April 4, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
    Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance
    Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance (2009, August 31). Organizations Lobbying on AB 408. Retrieved April 4, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
    Wisconsin Corn Growers Association
    Wisconsin Corn Growers Association (2009, August 31). Organizations Lobbying on AB 408. Retrieved April 4, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
    Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation
    Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation (2009, October 16). Organizations Lobbying on AB 408. Retrieved April 4, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
    Wisconsin Paper Council
    Wisconsin Paper Council (2009, November 3). Organizations Lobbying on AB 408. Retrieved April 4, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.

    6 organizations opposed this bill

    Marten Transport
    Marten Transport (2009, October 7). Organizations Lobbying on AB 408. Retrieved April 4, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
    Schneider National
    Schneider National Inc (2009, October 7). Organizations Lobbying on AB 408. Retrieved April 4, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
    Wisconsin Engine Manufacturer and Distributor Alliance
    Wisconsin Engine Manufacturer & Distributor Alliance (WEMDA) (2009, October 7). Organizations Lobbying on AB 408. Retrieved April 4, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
    Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce
    Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (2009, October 5). Organizations Lobbying on AB 408. Retrieved April 4, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
    Wisconsin Motor Carriers Association
    Wisconsin Motor Carriers Association (2009, October 7). Organizations Lobbying on AB 408. Retrieved April 4, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
    Wisconsin Transportation Builders Association
    Wisconsin Transportation Builders Association (2009, October 7). Organizations Lobbying on AB 408. Retrieved April 4, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.

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    Includes reported contributions to campaigns of Assemblymembers in office during the 2009-2010 Wisconsin State Legislature, from interest groups invested in the vote according to MapLight, January 1, 2009 – December 31, 2010.
    Contributions data source: Wisconsin Democracy Campaign

    Contributions by Legislator

    Namesort iconPartyDistrict$ From Interest Groups
    That Supported
    $ From Interest Groups
    That Opposed
    Joan BallwegRWI-41$213$0
    Peter BarcaDWI-64$2,000$250
    Chuck BenedictDWI-45$250$0
    Terese BerceauDWI-76$250$0
    Penny Bernard SchaberDWI-57$4,175$0
    Garey BiesRWI-1$0$500
    Spencer BlackDWI-77$0$0
    Ed BrooksRWI-50$100$500
    Fred ClarkDWI-42$2,550$500
    Pedro ColonDWI-8$2,250$0
    David CullenDWI-13$500$0
    Chris DanouDWI-91$1,500$100
    Brett DavisRWI-80$2,200$5,075
    Kristen DexterDWI-68$500$0
    Jason FieldsDWI-11$950$0
    Jeff FitzgeraldRWI-39$2,500$500
    Don FriskeRWI-35$0$0
    Phil GarthwaiteDWI-49$1,250$100
    Mark GottliebRWI-60$1,250$600
    Tamara GrigsbyDWI-18$250$0
    Scott GundersonRWI-83$250$1,850
    Mark GundrumRWI-84$0$2,550
    Gary HeblDWI-46$1,000$200
    Steve HilgenbergDWI-51$100$0
    Gordon HintzDWI-54$500$0
    Kim HixsonDWI-43$1,750$300
    Mark HonadelRWI-21$1,500$950
    Ann HraychuckDWI-28$750$0
    Mary HublerDWI-75$0$0
    Mike HuebschRWI-94$1,500$600
    Andy JorgensenDWI-37$3,150$250
    Dean KaufertRWI-55$1,750$0
    Samantha KerkmanRWI-66$250$350
    Frederick KesslerDWI-12$2,000$0
    Steve KestellRWI-27$750$500
    Joel KleefischRWI-38$250$0
    Dan KnodlRWI-24$500$400
    Bill KramerRWI-97$0$1,850
    Peggy KrusickDWI-7$350$0
    Dan LeMahieuRWI-59$900$200
    Thomas LothianRWI-32$0$0
    Cory MasonDWI-62$2,788$425
    Dan MeyerRWI-34$250$250
    Nick MilroyDWI-73$750$250
    Louis MolepskeDWI-71$675$0
    Phil MontgomeryRWI-4$500$250
    Jeff MursauRWI-36$250$100
    John MurthaRWI-29$1,500$0
    Stephen NassRWI-31$250$0
    Thomas NelsonDWI-5$46,214$1,000
    Lee NerisonRWI-96$100$450
    Scott NewcomerRWI-33$750$0
    John NygrenRWI-89$0$0
    Alvin OttRWI-3$600$350
    Jim OttRWI-23$0$600
    Joe ParisiDWI-48$2,600$0
    Sandy PaschDWI-22$1,275$0
    Kevin PetersenRWI-40$100$150
    Jerry PetrowskiRWI-86$1,100$3,400
    Mark PocanDWI-78$2,250$0
    Sondy Pope-RobertsDWI-79$800$0
    Don PridemoreRWI-99$250$150
    Mark RadcliffeDWI-92$100$100
    Kitty RhoadesRWI-30$100$200
    Jon RichardsDWI-19$1,125$0
    Keith RippRWI-47$1,100$2,175
    Roger RothRWI-56$0$0
    Kelda Helen RoysDWI-81$500$0
    Marlin SchneiderDWI-72$3,150$100
    Donna SeidelDWI-85$2,000$500
    Mike SheridanDWI-44$3,700$100
    Gary ShermanDWI-74$0$0
    Jennifer ShillingDWI-95$1,250$0
    Christine SinickiDWI-20$3,000$0
    Jeff SmithDWI-93$2,000$0
    Jim SoletskiDWI-88$2,125$300
    Richard SpanbauerRWI-53$1,550$0
    Tony StaskunasDWI-15$1,000$0
    John SteinbrinkDWI-65$500$150
    Jeff StoneRWI-82$500$975
    Pat StrachotaRWI-58$1,100$1,350
    Scott SuderRWI-69$900$1,600
    Gary TauchenRWI-6$100$300
    Barbara TolesDWI-17$2,500$0
    John TownsendRWI-52$0$0
    Robert TurnerDWI-61$2,125$0
    Terry Van AkkerenDWI-26$750$0
    Karl Van RoyRWI-90$1,100$650
    Robin VosRWI-63$1,000$4,900
    Amy Sue VruwinkDWI-70$1,441$200
    Leah VukmirRWI-14$0$14,973
    Annette WilliamsDWI-10$500$0
    Mary WilliamsRWI-87$500$700
    Jeff WoodIWI-67$0$0
    Leon YoungDWI-16$950$0
    Josh ZepnickDWI-9$750$0
    Bob ZiegelbauerIWI-25$0$600
    Ted ZigmuntDWI-2$1,500$0
    Rich ZippererRWI-98$1,000$1,250

    Add Data Filters:

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    Legislator Filters
    NamePartyDistrict$ From Interest Groups
    That Supported
    $ From Interest Groups
    That Opposed
    Joan BallwegRWI-41$213$0
    Peter BarcaDWI-64$2,000$250
    Chuck BenedictDWI-45$250$0
    Terese BerceauDWI-76$250$0
    Penny Bernard SchaberDWI-57$4,175$0
    Garey BiesRWI-1$0$500
    Spencer BlackDWI-77$0$0
    Ed BrooksRWI-50$100$500
    Fred ClarkDWI-42$2,550$500
    Pedro ColonDWI-8$2,250$0
    David CullenDWI-13$500$0
    Chris DanouDWI-91$1,500$100
    Brett DavisRWI-80$2,200$5,075
    Kristen DexterDWI-68$500$0
    Jason FieldsDWI-11$950$0
    Jeff FitzgeraldRWI-39$2,500$500
    Don FriskeRWI-35$0$0
    Phil GarthwaiteDWI-49$1,250$100
    Mark GottliebRWI-60$1,250$600
    Tamara GrigsbyDWI-18$250$0
    Scott GundersonRWI-83$250$1,850
    Mark GundrumRWI-84$0$2,550
    Gary HeblDWI-46$1,000$200
    Steve HilgenbergDWI-51$100$0
    Gordon HintzDWI-54$500$0
    Kim HixsonDWI-43$1,750$300
    Mark HonadelRWI-21$1,500$950
    Ann HraychuckDWI-28$750$0
    Mary HublerDWI-75$0$0
    Mike HuebschRWI-94$1,500$600
    Andy JorgensenDWI-37$3,150$250
    Dean KaufertRWI-55$1,750$0
    Samantha KerkmanRWI-66$250$350
    Frederick KesslerDWI-12$2,000$0
    Steve KestellRWI-27$750$500
    Joel KleefischRWI-38$250$0
    Dan KnodlRWI-24$500$400
    Bill KramerRWI-97$0$1,850
    Peggy KrusickDWI-7$350$0
    Dan LeMahieuRWI-59$900$200
    Thomas LothianRWI-32$0$0
    Cory MasonDWI-62$2,788$425
    Dan MeyerRWI-34$250$250
    Nick MilroyDWI-73$750$250
    Louis MolepskeDWI-71$675$0
    Phil MontgomeryRWI-4$500$250
    Jeff MursauRWI-36$250$100
    John MurthaRWI-29$1,500$0
    Stephen NassRWI-31$250$0
    Thomas NelsonDWI-5$46,214$1,000
    Lee NerisonRWI-96$100$450
    Scott NewcomerRWI-33$750$0
    John NygrenRWI-89$0$0
    Alvin OttRWI-3$600$350
    Jim OttRWI-23$0$600
    Joe ParisiDWI-48$2,600$0
    Sandy PaschDWI-22$1,275$0
    Kevin PetersenRWI-40$100$150
    Jerry PetrowskiRWI-86$1,100$3,400
    Mark PocanDWI-78$2,250$0
    Sondy Pope-RobertsDWI-79$800$0
    Don PridemoreRWI-99$250$150
    Mark RadcliffeDWI-92$100$100
    Kitty RhoadesRWI-30$100$200
    Jon RichardsDWI-19$1,125$0
    Keith RippRWI-47$1,100$2,175
    Roger RothRWI-56$0$0
    Kelda Helen RoysDWI-81$500$0
    Marlin SchneiderDWI-72$3,150$100
    Donna SeidelDWI-85$2,000$500
    Mike SheridanDWI-44$3,700$100
    Gary ShermanDWI-74$0$0
    Jennifer ShillingDWI-95$1,250$0
    Christine SinickiDWI-20$3,000$0
    Jeff SmithDWI-93$2,000$0
    Jim SoletskiDWI-88$2,125$300
    Richard SpanbauerRWI-53$1,550$0
    Tony StaskunasDWI-15$1,000$0
    John SteinbrinkDWI-65$500$150
    Jeff StoneRWI-82$500$975
    Pat StrachotaRWI-58$1,100$1,350
    Scott SuderRWI-69$900$1,600
    Gary TauchenRWI-6$100$300
    Barbara TolesDWI-17$2,500$0
    John TownsendRWI-52$0$0
    Robert TurnerDWI-61$2,125$0
    Terry Van AkkerenDWI-26$750$0
    Karl Van RoyRWI-90$1,100$650
    Robin VosRWI-63$1,000$4,900
    Amy Sue VruwinkDWI-70$1,441$200
    Leah VukmirRWI-14$0$14,973
    Annette WilliamsDWI-10$500$0
    Mary WilliamsRWI-87$500$700
    Jeff WoodIWI-67$0$0
    Leon YoungDWI-16$950$0
    Josh ZepnickDWI-9$750$0
    Bob ZiegelbauerIWI-25$0$600
    Ted ZigmuntDWI-2$1,500$0
    Rich ZippererRWI-98$1,000$1,250

    Interest Groups that supported this bill

    $ Donated
    Building trades unions$105,702
    Environmental policy$25,913
    Paper & pulp mills and paper manufacturing$4,250
    Alternate energy production & services$2,575
    Farm organizations & cooperatives$2,341
    Health, Education & Human Resources$1,775
    Wheat, corn, soybeans and cash grain$300

    Interest Groups that opposed this bill

    $ Donated
    Industrial/commercial equipment & materials$40,238
    Trucking companies & services$12,175
    Manufacturing$4,210
    Construction & Public Works$0
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