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AB 649 - An Act Relating to Goals for Reductions in Greenhouse Gas Emissions, for Construction of Zero Net Energy Buildings and for Energy Conservation; Information, Analyses, Reports, Education, and Training Concerning Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Climate Change; Energy Efficiency and Renewable Resource Programs; Renewable Energy Requirements of Electric Utilities and Retail Cooperatives; Requiring Electric Utilities to Purchase Renewable Energy from Certain Renewable Facilities in Their Service Territories; Authority of the Public Service Commission over Nuclear Power Plants; Motor Vehicle Emission Limitations; a Low Carbon Standard for Transportation Fuels; the Brownfield Site Assessment Grant Program, the Main Street Program, the Brownfields Grant Program, the Forward Innovation Fund, Grants to Local Governments for Planning Activities, the Transportation Facilities Economic Assistance and Development Program, a Model Parking Ordinance; Surface Transportation Planning by the Department of Transportation and Metropolitan Planning Organizations to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Environmental Evaluations for Transportation Projects; Idling Limits for Certain Vehicles; Energy Conservation Codes for Public Buildings, Places of Employment, One- and Two-Family Dwellings, and Agricultural Facilities; Design Standards for State Buildings; Energy Efficiency Standards for Certain Consumer Audio and Video Devices, Boiler Inspection Requirements; Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Energy Use by Certain State Agencies and State Assistance to School Districts in Achieving Energy Efficiencies; Creating an Exception to Local Levy Limits for Amounts Spent on Energy Efficiency Measures; Creating an Energy Crop Reserve Program; Identification of Private Forest Land, Promoting Sequestration of Carbon in Forests, Qualifying Practices and Cost-Share Requirements Under the Forest Grant Program Established by the Department of Natural Resources; Air Pollution Permits for Certain Stationary Sources Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Allocating a Portion of Existing Tax-Exempt Industrial Development Revenue Bonding to Clean Energy Manufacturing Facilities and Renewable Power Generating Facilities; Requiring a Report on Certain Programs to Limit Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Granting Rule-Making Authority; Requiring the Exercise of Rule-Making Authority; and Providing a Penalty.

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An Act to repeal 20.155 (3) (s), 196.374 (1) (i), 196.374 (1) (o), 196.374 (3) (b) (title) and 2. to 4., 196.374 (5) (bm) 3., 196.374 (7) (a), 196.374 (7) (b) 2., 196.374 (7) (c), 196.374 (7) (d), 196.377 (title), 196.377 (2), 196.378 (1) (am), 196.378 (1) (b), 196.378 (1) (fr), 196.378 (1) (h) 1., 1m. and 2., 196.378 (1) (j), 196.378 (1) (o), 196.378 (2) (b) 2., 196.378 (2) (b) 4. and 5. and… More
An Act to repeal 20.155 (3) (s), 196.374 (1) (i), 196.374 (1) (o), 196.374 (3) (b) (title) and 2. to 4., 196.374 (5) (bm) 3., 196.374 (7) (a), 196.374 (7) (b) 2., 196.374 (7) (c), 196.374 (7) (d), 196.377 (title), 196.377 (2), 196.378 (1) (am), 196.378 (1) (b), 196.378 (1) (fr), 196.378 (1) (h) 1., 1m. and 2., 196.378 (1) (j), 196.378 (1) (o), 196.378 (2) (b) 2., 196.378 (2) (b) 4. and 5. and 196.378 (4); to renumber 16.965 (1) (a), 84.185 (4), 196.025 (1) (ag) 1., 196.25 (1), 196.374 (7) (b) (title), 196.377 (1), 196.378 (1) (c) and (d), 196.378 (1) (fm) (intro.), 196.378 (1) (g), 196.378 (1) (k), 196.378 (1) (p), 196.49 (1), 196.491 (5), 196.493 (2) (b) 3., 196.65 (1), 196.66 (1) and 292.75 (5); to renumber and amend 26.38 (2m) (b), 101.027 (1), 196.025 (1) (b) 1., 196.374 (7) (b) 1., 196.374 (8), 196.378 (1) (intro.) and (ag), 196.378 (1) (ar), 196.378 (1) (fg), 196.378 (1) (fm) 1., 196.378 (1) (fm) 2., 196.378 (1) (h) (intro.), 196.378 (1) (i), 196.378 (2) (c), 196.491 (1) (g), 196.491 (1) (w) 2., 196.491 (3m) (d), 196.493 (1), 196.493 (2) (intro.), 196.493 (2) (a), 196.493 (2) (b) (intro.), 196.493 (2) (b) 1., 196.493 (2) (b) 2., 285.30 (5), 292.75 (7), 560.032 (1), 560.032 (2), 560.302 and 560.305 (4); to consolidate, renumber and amend 196.374 (3) (a) and (b) 1. and 196.374 (3) (c) 2. (intro.), a. and b.; to amend 16.75 (12) (a) 4., 16.965 (2), 25.96, 66.0309 (title), 66.0602 (2), 77.54 (30) (a) 1m., 79.005 (1b), 79.005 (4) (d), 79.04 (6) (a), 84.185 (3) (a) (intro.), 101.027 (2), 101.027 (3) (a) 1., 101.027 (3) (b) 1., 101.62, 101.63 (1) (intro.), 101.80 (1j), 110.20 (1) (b), 110.20 (3) (a), 196.025 (1) (b) 2., 196.025 (1) (c) 1., 196.025 (1) (c) 2., 196.025 (2m) (c), 196.374 (1) (b), 196.374 (1) (c), 196.374 (1) (d), 196.374 (1) (f), 196.374 (1) (j) (intro.), 196.374 (2) (a) 1., 196.374 (2) (a) 2. (intro.), 196.374 (2) (a) 2. a., 196.374 (2) (a) 2. b., 196.374 (2) (a) 2. d., 196.374 (2) (a) 3., 196.374 (2) (b) (title), 196.374 (2) (b) 1., 196.374 (2) (b) 2., 196.374 (2) (b) 3., 196.374 (2) (c), 196.374 (3) (c) (title), 196.374 (3) (c) 1., 196.374 (3) (d), 196.374 (3) (e) 1., 196.374 (3) (e) 2., 196.374 (3) (f) 1., 196.374 (3) (f) 2., 196.374 (3) (f) 3., 196.374 (3) (f) 4., 196.374 (4) (a) (intro.), 196.374 (4) (a) 1., 196.374 (4) (a) 2., 196.374 (4) (b), 196.374 (5) (a), 196.374 (5) (d), 196.374 (5m) (a), 196.374 (5m) (b), 196.374 (6), 196.374 (7) (e) 1. (intro.), 196.374 (7) (e) 1. a., 196.374 (7) (e) 1. b., 196.374 (7) (e) 1. c., 196.378 (2) (a) 1., 196.378 (2) (a) 2. c., 196.378 (2) (a) 2. d., 196.378 (2) (a) 2. e., 196.378 (2) (b) (intro.), 196.378 (2) (b) 1m. (intro.), 196.378 (2) (b) 1m. a., 196.378 (2) (d) (intro.), 196.378 (2) (e) (intro.), 196.378 (2) (f), 196.378 (2) (g) 2., 196.378 (4m) (a), 196.378 (4m) (b), 196.378 (5) (intro.), 196.378 (5) (a), 196.49 (2), 196.49 (3) (a), 196.49 (4), 196.49 (6), 196.491 (3) (d) (intro.), 196.491 (3) (d) 2., 196.491 (3) (d) 3., 196.491 (3) (g), 196.491 (3m) (title), 196.491 (3m) (a) (intro.), 196.491 (3m) (b) 1. am., 196.491 (3m) (b) 3. b., 196.491 (3m) (c) 1. a., 196.493 (title), 196.494 (1) (a), 196.52 (9) (g), 196.65 (2), 196.66 (2), 196.66 (4) (b), 196.795 (11) (b), 196.85 (1m) (a), 285.30 (2) (intro.), 285.87 (1), 285.87 (2) (a), 299.97 (1), 560.032 (4), 560.081 (2) (e), 560.13 (2) (b) 2., 560.13 (3) (intro.) and 560.205 (1) (g); to repeal and recreate 196.374 (7) (e) (title) and 196.378 (3); to create 15.347 (3), 16.856, 16.954, 16.956 (1) (bk) and (bn) and (3) (f) to (i), 16.956 (3) (j), 16.965 (1) (ag), 16.965 (1) (c), 16.965 (4) (g), 16.965 (5), 20.115 (4) (d), 26.38 (2m) (b) 2., 26.38 (3) (d), 26.42, 36.605, 66.0309 (17), 66.0602 (3) (e) 9., 76.28 (1) (gm) 3., 84.185 (1) (br) and (cr), 84.185 (2) (b) 15., 84.185 (2) (d), 84.185 (2m), 84.185 (4) (b), 85.021, 85.0215, 93.47, 93.475, 100.215, 101.02 (23), 101.027 (1g), 101.027 (1r), 101.027 (4), 101.028, 101.173, 101.63 (1m), 101.80 (2m), 196.025 (1) (ag) 1g., 196.025 (1) (b) 1. b., 196.025 (1) (c) 3., 196.025 (1) (e), 196.025 (7), 196.25 (1g), 196.374 (1) (am), 196.374 (1) (dm), 196.374 (1) (er), 196.374 (1) (hm), 196.374 (1) (ig), 196.374 (1) (ir), 196.374 (1) (j) 8., 196.374 (1) (mb), 196.374 (1) (me), 196.374 (1) (mh), 196.374 (1) (mL), 196.374 (1) (mo), 196.374 (1) (mr), 196.374 (1) (mu), 196.374 (3) (bc), (bg), (bn), (br) and (bw), 196.374 (3) (c) 2. am., bm., c., d. and e., 196.374 (3) (dm), 196.374 (5m) (am), 196.374 (7) (am), 196.374 (7) (bg), 196.374 (7) (cm), 196.374 (7) (dm), 196.374 (7) (e) 1. e., 196.374 (8) (a), (b) and (c), 196.374 (9), 196.378 (1g), 196.378 (1r) (de), 196.378 (1r) (dm), 196.378 (1r) (ds), 196.378 (1r) (fg) 2., 196.378 (1r) (fg) 3., 196.378 (1r) (fm) 3., 196.378 (1r) (fm) 4., 196.378 (1r) (gm), 196.378 (2) (a) 2. f., 196.378 (2) (a) 2. g., 196.378 (2) (a) 2. h., 196.378 (2) (a) 2. i., 196.378 (2) (b) 1r., 196.378 (2) (b) 2m., 196.378 (2) (bm), 196.378 (2) (h), 196.378 (3m), 196.379, 196.49 (1g), 196.49 (3) (cm), 196.49 (5m), 196.491 (1) (g) 2., 196.491 (1) (i), 196.491 (1) (j), 196.491 (1) (w) 2. b., 196.491 (3) (em), 196.491 (3m) (d) 1., 196.491 (3m) (d) 2., 196.491 (5) (am), 196.491 (5) (c) 1. am., 196.491 (5) (c) 2. bm., 196.493 (1g), 196.493 (1r) (ag), 196.493 (1r) (b), 196.493 (2) (am) 1m., 196.493 (2) (am) 2. c., 196.493 (2) (am) 3., 196.493 (2) (am) 4., 196.493 (2) (c), 196.493 (3), 196.493 (4), 196.494 (1) (am), 196.65 (1g), 196.66 (1g), 196.795 (6m) (a) 4m., 196.795 (6m) (cm), 196.80 (1r), 196.85 (1m) (e), 285.305, 285.60 (11), 285.795, 292.75 (5) (a) 2m., 292.75 (5) (b), 292.75 (5m), 292.75 (7) (b), 299.03, 299.035, 299.04, 299.045, 346.94 (21), 346.95 (11), 560.032 (1g), 560.032 (1r) (b), 560.032 (2) (b), 560.081 (1m), 560.081 (2) (f) 6., 560.13 (2) (b) 3., 560.13 (3) (em), 560.13 (3m), 560.302 (1m) and 560.305 (4) (b) of the statutes; and to affect 1983 Wisconsin Act 401, section 1; relating to: goals for reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, for construction of zero net energy buildings and for energy conservation; information, analyses, reports, education, and training concerning greenhouse gas emissions and climate change; energy efficiency and renewable resource programs; renewable energy requirements of electric utilities and retail cooperatives; requiring electric utilities to purchase renewable energy from certain renewable facilities in their service territories; authority of the Public Service Commission over nuclear power plants; motor vehicle emission limitations; a low carbon standard for transportation fuels; the brownfield site assessment grant program, the main street program, the brownfields grant program, the forward innovation fund, grants to local governments for planning activities, the transportation facilities economic assistance and development program, a model parking ordinance; surface transportation planning by the Department of Transportation and metropolitan planning organizations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions; environmental evaluations for transportation projects; idling limits for certain vehicles; energy conservation codes for public buildings, places of employment, one- and two-family dwellings, and agricultural facilities; design standards for state buildings; energy efficiency standards for certain consumer audio and video devices, boiler inspection requirements; greenhouse gas emissions and energy use by certain state agencies and state assistance to school districts in achieving energy efficiencies; creating an exception to local levy limits for amounts spent on energy efficiency measures; creating an energy crop reserve program; identification of private forest land, promoting sequestration of carbon in forests, qualifying practices and cost-share requirements under the forest grant program established by the Department of Natural Resources; air pollution permits for certain stationary sources reducing greenhouse gas emissions; allocating a portion of existing tax-exempt industrial development revenue bonding to clean energy manufacturing facilities and renewable power generating facilities; requiring a report on certain programs to limit greenhouse gas emissions; granting rule-making authority; requiring the exercise of rule-making authority; and providing a penalty. 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An Act Relating to Goals for Reductions in Greenhouse Gas Emissions, for Construction of Zero Net Energy Buildings and for Energy Conservation; Information, Analyses, Reports, Education, and Training Concerning Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Climate Change; Energy Efficiency and Renewable Resource Programs; Renewable Energy Requirements of Electric Utilities and Retail Cooperatives; Requiring Electric Utilities to Purchase Renewable Energy from Certain Renewable Facilities in Their Service Territories; Authority of the Public Service Commission over Nuclear Power Plants; Motor Vehicle Emission Limitations; a Low Carbon Standard for Transportation Fuels; the Brownfield Site Assessment Grant Program, the Main Street Program, the Brownfields Grant Program, the Forward Innovation Fund, Grants to Local Governments for Planning Activities, the Transportation Facilities Economic Assistance and Development Program, a Model Parking Ordinance; Surface Transportation Planning by the Department of Transportation and Metropolitan Planning Organizations to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Environmental Evaluations for Transportation Projects; Idling Limits for Certain Vehicles; Energy Conservation Codes for Public Buildings, Places of Employment, One- and Two-Family Dwellings, and Agricultural Facilities; Design Standards for State Buildings; Energy Efficiency Standards for Certain Consumer Audio and Video Devices, Boiler Inspection Requirements; Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Energy Use by Certain State Agencies and State Assistance to School Districts in Achieving Energy Efficiencies; Creating an Exception to Local Levy Limits for Amounts Spent on Energy Efficiency Measures; Creating an Energy Crop Reserve Program; Identification of Private Forest Land, Promoting Sequestration of Carbon in Forests, Qualifying Practices and Cost-Share Requirements Under the Forest Grant Program Established by the Department of Natural Resources; Air Pollution Permits for Certain Stationary Sources Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Allocating a Portion of Existing Tax-Exempt Industrial Development Revenue Bonding to Clean Energy Manufacturing Facilities and Renewable Power Generating Facilities; Requiring a Report on Certain Programs to Limit Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Granting Rule-Making Authority; Requiring the Exercise of Rule-Making Authority; and Providing a Penalty.

AB 649 — 2009-2010 Legislature

Summary
An Act to repeal 20.155 (3) (s), 196.374 (1) (i), 196.374 (1) (o), 196.374 (3) (b) (title) and 2. to 4., 196.374 (5) (bm) 3., 196.374 (7) (a), 196.374 (7) (b) 2., 196.374 (7) (c), 196.374 (7) (d), 196.377 (title), 196.377 (2), 196.378 (1) (am), 196.378 (1) (b), 196.378 (1) (fr), 196.378 (1) (h) 1., 1m. and 2., 196.378 (1) (j), 196.378 (1) (o), 196.378 (2) (b) 2., 196.378 (2) (b) 4. and 5. and 196.378 (4); to renumber 16.965 (1) (a), 84.185 (4), 196.025 (1) (ag) 1., 196.25 (1), 196.374 (7) (b) (title), 196.377 (1), 196.378 (1) (c) and (d), 196.378 (1) (fm) (intro.), 196.378 (1) (g), 196.378 (1) (k), 196.378 (1) (p), 196.49 (1), 196.491 (5), 196.493 (2) (b) 3., 196.65 (1), 196.66 (1) and 292.75 (5); to renumber and amend 26.38 (2m) (b), 101.027 (1), 196.025 (1) (b) 1., 196.374 (7) (b) 1., 196.374 (8), 196.378 (1) (intro.) and (ag), 196.378 (1) (ar), 196.378 (1) (fg), 196.378 (1) (fm) 1., 196.378 (1) (fm) 2., 196.378 (1) (h) (intro.), 196.378 (1) (i), 196.378 (2) (c), 196.491 (1) (g), 196.491 (1) (w) 2., 196.491 (3m) (d), 196.493 (1), 196.493 (2) (intro.), 196.493 (2) (a), 196.493 (2) (b) (intro.), 196.493 (2) (b) 1., 196.493 (2) (b) 2., 285.30 (5), 292.75 (7), 560.032 (1), 560.032… More
An Act to repeal 20.155 (3) (s), 196.374 (1) (i), 196.374 (1) (o), 196.374 (3) (b) (title) and 2. to 4., 196.374 (5) (bm) 3., 196.374 (7) (a), 196.374 (7) (b) 2., 196.374 (7) (c), 196.374 (7) (d), 196.377 (title), 196.377 (2), 196.378 (1) (am), 196.378 (1) (b), 196.378 (1) (fr), 196.378 (1) (h) 1., 1m. and 2., 196.378 (1) (j), 196.378 (1) (o), 196.378 (2) (b) 2., 196.378 (2) (b) 4. and 5. and 196.378 (4); to renumber 16.965 (1) (a), 84.185 (4), 196.025 (1) (ag) 1., 196.25 (1), 196.374 (7) (b) (title), 196.377 (1), 196.378 (1) (c) and (d), 196.378 (1) (fm) (intro.), 196.378 (1) (g), 196.378 (1) (k), 196.378 (1) (p), 196.49 (1), 196.491 (5), 196.493 (2) (b) 3., 196.65 (1), 196.66 (1) and 292.75 (5); to renumber and amend 26.38 (2m) (b), 101.027 (1), 196.025 (1) (b) 1., 196.374 (7) (b) 1., 196.374 (8), 196.378 (1) (intro.) and (ag), 196.378 (1) (ar), 196.378 (1) (fg), 196.378 (1) (fm) 1., 196.378 (1) (fm) 2., 196.378 (1) (h) (intro.), 196.378 (1) (i), 196.378 (2) (c), 196.491 (1) (g), 196.491 (1) (w) 2., 196.491 (3m) (d), 196.493 (1), 196.493 (2) (intro.), 196.493 (2) (a), 196.493 (2) (b) (intro.), 196.493 (2) (b) 1., 196.493 (2) (b) 2., 285.30 (5), 292.75 (7), 560.032 (1), 560.032 (2), 560.302 and 560.305 (4); to consolidate, renumber and amend 196.374 (3) (a) and (b) 1. and 196.374 (3) (c) 2. (intro.), a. and b.; to amend 16.75 (12) (a) 4., 16.965 (2), 25.96, 66.0309 (title), 66.0602 (2), 77.54 (30) (a) 1m., 79.005 (1b), 79.005 (4) (d), 79.04 (6) (a), 84.185 (3) (a) (intro.), 101.027 (2), 101.027 (3) (a) 1., 101.027 (3) (b) 1., 101.62, 101.63 (1) (intro.), 101.80 (1j), 110.20 (1) (b), 110.20 (3) (a), 196.025 (1) (b) 2., 196.025 (1) (c) 1., 196.025 (1) (c) 2., 196.025 (2m) (c), 196.374 (1) (b), 196.374 (1) (c), 196.374 (1) (d), 196.374 (1) (f), 196.374 (1) (j) (intro.), 196.374 (2) (a) 1., 196.374 (2) (a) 2. (intro.), 196.374 (2) (a) 2. a., 196.374 (2) (a) 2. b., 196.374 (2) (a) 2. d., 196.374 (2) (a) 3., 196.374 (2) (b) (title), 196.374 (2) (b) 1., 196.374 (2) (b) 2., 196.374 (2) (b) 3., 196.374 (2) (c), 196.374 (3) (c) (title), 196.374 (3) (c) 1., 196.374 (3) (d), 196.374 (3) (e) 1., 196.374 (3) (e) 2., 196.374 (3) (f) 1., 196.374 (3) (f) 2., 196.374 (3) (f) 3., 196.374 (3) (f) 4., 196.374 (4) (a) (intro.), 196.374 (4) (a) 1., 196.374 (4) (a) 2., 196.374 (4) (b), 196.374 (5) (a), 196.374 (5) (d), 196.374 (5m) (a), 196.374 (5m) (b), 196.374 (6), 196.374 (7) (e) 1. (intro.), 196.374 (7) (e) 1. a., 196.374 (7) (e) 1. b., 196.374 (7) (e) 1. c., 196.378 (2) (a) 1., 196.378 (2) (a) 2. c., 196.378 (2) (a) 2. d., 196.378 (2) (a) 2. e., 196.378 (2) (b) (intro.), 196.378 (2) (b) 1m. (intro.), 196.378 (2) (b) 1m. a., 196.378 (2) (d) (intro.), 196.378 (2) (e) (intro.), 196.378 (2) (f), 196.378 (2) (g) 2., 196.378 (4m) (a), 196.378 (4m) (b), 196.378 (5) (intro.), 196.378 (5) (a), 196.49 (2), 196.49 (3) (a), 196.49 (4), 196.49 (6), 196.491 (3) (d) (intro.), 196.491 (3) (d) 2., 196.491 (3) (d) 3., 196.491 (3) (g), 196.491 (3m) (title), 196.491 (3m) (a) (intro.), 196.491 (3m) (b) 1. am., 196.491 (3m) (b) 3. b., 196.491 (3m) (c) 1. a., 196.493 (title), 196.494 (1) (a), 196.52 (9) (g), 196.65 (2), 196.66 (2), 196.66 (4) (b), 196.795 (11) (b), 196.85 (1m) (a), 285.30 (2) (intro.), 285.87 (1), 285.87 (2) (a), 299.97 (1), 560.032 (4), 560.081 (2) (e), 560.13 (2) (b) 2., 560.13 (3) (intro.) and 560.205 (1) (g); to repeal and recreate 196.374 (7) (e) (title) and 196.378 (3); to create 15.347 (3), 16.856, 16.954, 16.956 (1) (bk) and (bn) and (3) (f) to (i), 16.956 (3) (j), 16.965 (1) (ag), 16.965 (1) (c), 16.965 (4) (g), 16.965 (5), 20.115 (4) (d), 26.38 (2m) (b) 2., 26.38 (3) (d), 26.42, 36.605, 66.0309 (17), 66.0602 (3) (e) 9., 76.28 (1) (gm) 3., 84.185 (1) (br) and (cr), 84.185 (2) (b) 15., 84.185 (2) (d), 84.185 (2m), 84.185 (4) (b), 85.021, 85.0215, 93.47, 93.475, 100.215, 101.02 (23), 101.027 (1g), 101.027 (1r), 101.027 (4), 101.028, 101.173, 101.63 (1m), 101.80 (2m), 196.025 (1) (ag) 1g., 196.025 (1) (b) 1. b., 196.025 (1) (c) 3., 196.025 (1) (e), 196.025 (7), 196.25 (1g), 196.374 (1) (am), 196.374 (1) (dm), 196.374 (1) (er), 196.374 (1) (hm), 196.374 (1) (ig), 196.374 (1) (ir), 196.374 (1) (j) 8., 196.374 (1) (mb), 196.374 (1) (me), 196.374 (1) (mh), 196.374 (1) (mL), 196.374 (1) (mo), 196.374 (1) (mr), 196.374 (1) (mu), 196.374 (3) (bc), (bg), (bn), (br) and (bw), 196.374 (3) (c) 2. am., bm., c., d. and e., 196.374 (3) (dm), 196.374 (5m) (am), 196.374 (7) (am), 196.374 (7) (bg), 196.374 (7) (cm), 196.374 (7) (dm), 196.374 (7) (e) 1. e., 196.374 (8) (a), (b) and (c), 196.374 (9), 196.378 (1g), 196.378 (1r) (de), 196.378 (1r) (dm), 196.378 (1r) (ds), 196.378 (1r) (fg) 2., 196.378 (1r) (fg) 3., 196.378 (1r) (fm) 3., 196.378 (1r) (fm) 4., 196.378 (1r) (gm), 196.378 (2) (a) 2. f., 196.378 (2) (a) 2. g., 196.378 (2) (a) 2. h., 196.378 (2) (a) 2. i., 196.378 (2) (b) 1r., 196.378 (2) (b) 2m., 196.378 (2) (bm), 196.378 (2) (h), 196.378 (3m), 196.379, 196.49 (1g), 196.49 (3) (cm), 196.49 (5m), 196.491 (1) (g) 2., 196.491 (1) (i), 196.491 (1) (j), 196.491 (1) (w) 2. b., 196.491 (3) (em), 196.491 (3m) (d) 1., 196.491 (3m) (d) 2., 196.491 (5) (am), 196.491 (5) (c) 1. am., 196.491 (5) (c) 2. bm., 196.493 (1g), 196.493 (1r) (ag), 196.493 (1r) (b), 196.493 (2) (am) 1m., 196.493 (2) (am) 2. c., 196.493 (2) (am) 3., 196.493 (2) (am) 4., 196.493 (2) (c), 196.493 (3), 196.493 (4), 196.494 (1) (am), 196.65 (1g), 196.66 (1g), 196.795 (6m) (a) 4m., 196.795 (6m) (cm), 196.80 (1r), 196.85 (1m) (e), 285.305, 285.60 (11), 285.795, 292.75 (5) (a) 2m., 292.75 (5) (b), 292.75 (5m), 292.75 (7) (b), 299.03, 299.035, 299.04, 299.045, 346.94 (21), 346.95 (11), 560.032 (1g), 560.032 (1r) (b), 560.032 (2) (b), 560.081 (1m), 560.081 (2) (f) 6., 560.13 (2) (b) 3., 560.13 (3) (em), 560.13 (3m), 560.302 (1m) and 560.305 (4) (b) of the statutes; and to affect 1983 Wisconsin Act 401, section 1; relating to: goals for reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, for construction of zero net energy buildings and for energy conservation; information, analyses, reports, education, and training concerning greenhouse gas emissions and climate change; energy efficiency and renewable resource programs; renewable energy requirements of electric utilities and retail cooperatives; requiring electric utilities to purchase renewable energy from certain renewable facilities in their service territories; authority of the Public Service Commission over nuclear power plants; motor vehicle emission limitations; a low carbon standard for transportation fuels; the brownfield site assessment grant program, the main street program, the brownfields grant program, the forward innovation fund, grants to local governments for planning activities, the transportation facilities economic assistance and development program, a model parking ordinance; surface transportation planning by the Department of Transportation and metropolitan planning organizations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions; environmental evaluations for transportation projects; idling limits for certain vehicles; energy conservation codes for public buildings, places of employment, one- and two-family dwellings, and agricultural facilities; design standards for state buildings; energy efficiency standards for certain consumer audio and video devices, boiler inspection requirements; greenhouse gas emissions and energy use by certain state agencies and state assistance to school districts in achieving energy efficiencies; creating an exception to local levy limits for amounts spent on energy efficiency measures; creating an energy crop reserve program; identification of private forest land, promoting sequestration of carbon in forests, qualifying practices and cost-share requirements under the forest grant program established by the Department of Natural Resources; air pollution permits for certain stationary sources reducing greenhouse gas emissions; allocating a portion of existing tax-exempt industrial development revenue bonding to clean energy manufacturing facilities and renewable power generating facilities; requiring a report on certain programs to limit greenhouse gas emissions; granting rule-making authority; requiring the exercise of rule-making authority; and providing a penalty. 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An Act Relating to Goals for Reductions in Greenhouse Gas Emissions, for Construction of Zero Net Energy Buildings and for Energy Conservation; Information, Analyses, Reports, Education, and Training Concerning Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Climate Change; Energy Efficiency and Renewable Resource Programs; Renewable Energy Requirements of Electric Utilities and Retail Cooperatives; Requiring Electric Utilities to Purchase Renewable Energy from Certain Renewable Facilities in Their Service Territories; Authority of the Public Service Commission over Nuclear Power Plants; Motor Vehicle Emission Limitations; a Low Carbon Standard for Transportation Fuels; the Brownfield Site Assessment Grant Program, the Main Street Program, the Brownfields Grant Program, the Forward Innovation Fund, Grants to Local Governments for Planning Activities, the Transportation Facilities Economic Assistance and Development Program, a Model Parking Ordinance; Surface Transportation Planning by the Department of Transportation and Metropolitan Planning Organizations to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Environmental Evaluations for Transportation Projects; Idling Limits for Certain Vehicles; Energy Conservation Codes for Public Buildings, Places of Employment, One- and Two-Family Dwellings, and Agricultural Facilities; Design Standards for State Buildings; Energy Efficiency Standards for Certain Consumer Audio and Video Devices, Boiler Inspection Requirements; Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Energy Use by Certain State Agencies and State Assistance to School Districts in Achieving Energy Efficiencies; Creating an Exception to Local Levy Limits for Amounts Spent on Energy Efficiency Measures; Creating an Energy Crop Reserve Program; Identification of Private Forest Land, Promoting Sequestration of Carbon in Forests, Qualifying Practices and Cost-Share Requirements Under the Forest Grant Program Established by the Department of Natural Resources; Air Pollution Permits for Certain Stationary Sources Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Allocating a Portion of Existing Tax-Exempt Industrial Development Revenue Bonding to Clean Energy Manufacturing Facilities and Renewable Power Generating Facilities; Requiring a Report on Certain Programs to Limit Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Granting Rule-Making Authority; Requiring the Exercise of Rule-Making Authority; and Providing a Penalty.
Author(s)
Spencer Black, Jim Soletski
Co-Sponsor(s)
Subjects
  • Commerce
  • Recreation
  • Legislative Affairs
  • Public Services
  • Crime
  • Labor and Employment
  • Other
  • Health
  • Technology and Communication
  • Military
  • Housing and Property
  • Transportation
  • Municipal and County Issues
  • Energy
  • Executive Branch
  • Agriculture and Food
  • Environmental
  • Federal, State, and Local Relations
  • Budget, Spending, and Taxes
  • State Agencies
  • Education
Major Actions
Introduced1/06/2010
Bill History

There have been no votes on this bill.

ActionDateDescription
Introduced1/06/2010
1/06/2010Introduced by Representatives Black and Soletski, by request of Governor James E. Doyle;Cosponsored by Senators Miller and Plale
1/06/2010Read first time and referred to special committee on Clean Energy Jobs
2/01/2010Fiscal estimate received
2/02/2010Public hearing held
2/15/2010Public hearing held
2/19/2010Fiscal estimate received
2/22/2010Fiscal estimate received
2/22/2010Fiscal estimate received
2/26/2010Fiscal estimate received
3/01/2010Fiscal estimate received
3/09/2010Fiscal estimate received
3/09/2010Fiscal estimate received
4/13/2010Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Black and Soletski
4/15/2010Executive action taken
4/16/2010Report Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 adoption recommended by special committee on Clean Energy Jobs, Ayes 6, Noes 3
4/16/2010Report passage as amended recommended by special committee on Clean Energy Jobs, Ayes 6, Noes 3
4/16/2010Referred to Calendar
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representative Hraychuck
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 2 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Hraychuck, Shilling, Smith, Dexter and Danou
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 3 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representative Vruwink
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 4 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representative Black
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 5 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Huebsch, Montgomery and Gunderson
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 6 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Huebsch, Montgomery and Gunderson
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 7 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Huebsch, Montgomery and Gunderson
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 8 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Huebsch, Montgomery and Gunderson
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 9 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Huebsch, Montgomery and Gunderson
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 10 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Huebsch, Montgomery and Gunderson
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 11 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Huebsch, Montgomery and Gunderson
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 12 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Huebsch, Montgomery and Gunderson
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 13 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Huebsch, Montgomery and Gunderson
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 14 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Huebsch, Montgomery and Gunderson
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 15 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Huebsch, Montgomery and Gunderson
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 16 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Huebsch, Montgomery and Gunderson
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 17 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Huebsch, Montgomery and Gunderson
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 18 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Huebsch, Montgomery and Gunderson
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 19 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Huebsch, Montgomery and Gunderson
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 20 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Huebsch, Montgomery and Gunderson
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 21 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Huebsch, Montgomery and Gunderson
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 22 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Huebsch, Montgomery and Gunderson
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 23 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Huebsch, Montgomery and Gunderson
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 24 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Huebsch, Montgomery and Gunderson
4/20/2010Assembly amendment 25 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Richards, Parisi, Mason and Kessler
4/20/2010Made a special order of business at 11:07 A.M. on 4-22-2010 pursuant to Assembly Resolution 26
4/28/2010Failed to pass pursuant to Senate Joint Resolution 1

Total contributions given to Assemblymembers from interest groups that…

$200
$2,575
$2,750
$80,073
$11,442
$1,725
$1,150
$17,450
$19,406
$0
$0
$14,401
$151,171
126% more
$6,650
$125
$22,650
$850
$32,605
$19,167
$9,050
$4,250
$2,341
$300
$12,175
$40,238
$0
$950
$7,675
$4,232
$9,950
$0
$18,218
$4,500
$105,702
$13,820
$150
$650
$600
$20,420
$0
$4,849
$342,117
21 Organizations Supported and 39 Opposed; See Which Ones

Organizations that took a position on
An Act Relating to Goals for Reductions in Greenhouse Gas Emissions, for Construction of Zero Net Energy Buildings and for Energy Conservation; Information, Analyses, Reports, Education, and Training Concerning Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Climate Change; Energy Efficiency and Renewable Resource Programs; Renewable Energy Requirements of Electric Utilities and Retail Cooperatives; Requiring Electric Utilities to Purchase Renewable Energy from Certain Renewable Facilities in Their Service Territories; Authority of the Public Service Commission over Nuclear Power Plants; Motor Vehicle Emission Limitations; a Low Carbon Standard for Transportation Fuels; the Brownfield Site Assessment Grant Program, the Main Street Program, the Brownfields Grant Program, the Forward Innovation Fund, Grants to Local Governments for Planning Activities, the Transportation Facilities Economic Assistance and Development Program, a Model Parking Ordinance; Surface Transportation Planning by the Department of Transportation and Metropolitan Planning Organizations to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Environmental Evaluations for Transportation Projects; Idling Limits for Certain Vehicles; Energy Conservation Codes for Public Buildings, Places of Employment, One- and Two-Family Dwellings, and Agricultural Facilities; Design Standards for State Buildings; Energy Efficiency Standards for Certain Consumer Audio and Video Devices, Boiler Inspection Requirements; Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Energy Use by Certain State Agencies and State Assistance to School Districts in Achieving Energy Efficiencies; Creating an Exception to Local Levy Limits for Amounts Spent on Energy Efficiency Measures; Creating an Energy Crop Reserve Program; Identification of Private Forest Land, Promoting Sequestration of Carbon in Forests, Qualifying Practices and Cost-Share Requirements Under the Forest Grant Program Established by the Department of Natural Resources; Air Pollution Permits for Certain Stationary Sources Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Allocating a Portion of Existing Tax-Exempt Industrial Development Revenue Bonding to Clean Energy Manufacturing Facilities and Renewable Power Generating Facilities; Requiring a Report on Certain Programs to Limit Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Granting Rule-Making Authority; Requiring the Exercise of Rule-Making Authority; and Providing a Penalty.

21 organizations supported this bill

1000 Friends Of Wisconsin
1000 Friends of Wisconsin (2010, January 7). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Clean Wisconsin Inc
Clean Wisconsin Inc (2010, January 13). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Clean, Responsible Energy For Wisconsin's Economy
Clean, Responsible Energy for Wisconsin's Economy (2010, January 7). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Coalition of Wisconsin Aging Groups
Coalition of Wisconsin Aging Groups Inc (2010, February 22). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Dane County
Dane County (2010, February 12). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Forest County Potawatomi Community
Forest County Potawatomi Community (2010, January 7). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
IBEW, Local 2150
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Construction Electrician Local Unions (2010, March 2). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
IBEW Local Union 2150 (2010, January 25). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Invenergy Wind Llc
Invenergy Wind LLC (2010, January 8). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin Education Fund Inc.
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin Education Fund Inc (2010, January 18). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
MGE Energy
Madison Gas & Electric Company (2010, January 26). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Municipal Electric Utilities Of Wisconsin
Municipal Electric Utilities of Wisconsin (2010, January 28). MISSING. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
RENEW Wisconsin
RENEW Wisconsin (2010, January 11). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Sierra Club - John Muir Chapter
Sierra Club - John Muir Chapter (2010, January 15). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wind on the Wires
Wind on the Wires (2010, January 11). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Community Action Program Association
Wisconsin Community Action Program Association (2010, February 19). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Energy
Wisconsin Energy Corporation (2010, January 21). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Environment
Wisconsin Environment, Inc. (2010, January 12). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Farmers Union
Wisconsin Farmers Union (2010, April 19). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Urban & Rural Transit Association
Wisconsin Urban & Rural Transit Association (2010, February 8). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
WPPI Energy
WPPI Energy (2010, April 15). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.

39 organizations opposed this bill

Aggregate Producers of Wisconsin Inc
Aggregate Producers of Wisconsin Inc (2010, January 11). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers
Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers (2010, January 8). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity
American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity (2010, January 29). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
American Petroleum Institute
American Petroleum Institute (2010, January 10). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Associated Builders & Contractors
Associated Builders and Contractors of Wisconsin Inc (2010, January 29). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Coalition for Wisconsin Environmental Stewardship
Coalition For Wisconsin Environmental Stewardship (2010, February 9). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Cooperative Network
Cooperative Network Association (2010, April 14). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Enbridge Energy Company, Inc.
Enbridge Energy Company, Inc. (2010, February 23). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce & Industry
Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce & Industry (2010, March 10). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Gold'n Plump
Gold'n Plump (2010, March 15). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
International Paper
International Paper (2010, February 11). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Kimberly-Clark
Kimberly-Clark Corporation (2010, April 16). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Kwik Trip
Kwik Trip Inc (2010, January 8). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Marathon Petroleum
Marathon Petroleum Company LP (subsidiaries and affiliates) (formerly Marathon Oil Company) (2010, January 11). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Marten Transport
Marten Transport (2010, January 20). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce
Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce (2010, April 19). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Midwest Environmental Advocates, Inc.
Midwest Environmental Advocates, Inc. (2010, April 15). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Midwest Food Processors Association
Midwest Food Processors Association Inc (2010, January 11). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Murphy Oil
Murphy Oil USA Inc (2010, February 10). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Plumbers Local 75
Wisconsin Pipe Trades Association (2010, February 12). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Procter & Gamble
Procter & Gamble Company, The (2010, February 22). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Schneider National
Schneider National Inc (2010, January 20). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Cast Metals Association
Wisconsin Cast Metals Association (2010, January 27). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Cattlemen's Association
Wisconsin Cattlemen's Association (2010, February 10). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Corn Growers Association
Wisconsin Corn Growers Association (2010, January 19). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Crop Production Association
Wisconsin Crop Production Association (2010, March 26). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Engine Manufacturer and Distributor Alliance
Wisconsin Engine Manufacturer & Distributor Alliance (WEMDA) (2010, January 20). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Family Action Inc
Wisconsin Family Action Inc (2010, April 20). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation (2010, January 19). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Industrial Energy Group Inc
Wisconsin Industrial Energy Group Inc (2010, January 7). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce
Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (2010, January 11). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Motor Carriers Association
Wisconsin Motor Carriers Association (2010, January 20). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Paper Council
Wisconsin Paper Council (2010, January 12). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Petroleum Marketers & Convenience Store Association
Wisconsin Petroleum Marketers & Convenience Store Association (2010, January 27). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Pork Association
Wisconsin Pork Association (2010, February 10). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Potato and Vegetable Growers Association
Wisconsin Potato and Vegetable Growers Association (2010, February 10). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Propane Gas Association
Wisconsin Propane Gas Association (2010, January 26). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Utility Investors
Wisconsin Utility Investors Inc (2010, January 19). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 2011, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Utility Tax Association
Wisconsin Utility Tax Association (2010, February 21). Organizations Lobbying on AB 649. Retrieved March 28, 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$300$1,663
Peter BarcaDWI-64$750$3,700
Chuck BenedictDWI-45$0$250
Terese BerceauDWI-76$500$0
Penny Bernard SchaberDWI-57$1,779$3,250
Garey BiesRWI-1$775$2,600
Spencer BlackDWI-77$0$0
Ed BrooksRWI-50$600$2,600
Fred ClarkDWI-42$2,630$2,050
Pedro ColonDWI-8$2,450$2,550
David CullenDWI-13$700$250
Chris DanouDWI-91$350$4,450
Brett DavisRWI-80$7,608$44,664
Kristen DexterDWI-68$1,975$1,800
Jason FieldsDWI-11$0$2,700
Jeff FitzgeraldRWI-39$6,484$5,885
Don FriskeRWI-35$0$0
Phil GarthwaiteDWI-49$2,063$2,600
Mark GottliebRWI-60$1,350$1,693
Tamara GrigsbyDWI-18$600$500
Scott GundersonRWI-83$750$3,600
Mark GundrumRWI-84$405$2,950
Gary HeblDWI-46$500$950
Steve HilgenbergDWI-51$225$100
Gordon HintzDWI-54$300$970
Kim HixsonDWI-43$2,000$2,003
Mark HonadelRWI-21$2,725$5,410
Ann HraychuckDWI-28$2,925$1,350
Mary HublerDWI-75$100$500
Mike HuebschRWI-94$4,125$5,801
Andy JorgensenDWI-37$2,184$4,370
Dean KaufertRWI-55$450$1,750
Samantha KerkmanRWI-66$800$700
Frederick KesslerDWI-12$100$1,950
Steve KestellRWI-27$1,000$2,200
Joel KleefischRWI-38$250$650
Dan KnodlRWI-24$550$1,000
Bill KramerRWI-97$1,225$3,715
Peggy KrusickDWI-7$0$350
Dan LeMahieuRWI-59$700$1,600
Thomas LothianRWI-32$0$0
Cory MasonDWI-62$2,100$3,825
Dan MeyerRWI-34$1,150$3,500
Nick MilroyDWI-73$773$1,685
Louis MolepskeDWI-71$350$3,150
Phil MontgomeryRWI-4$1,425$2,600
Jeff MursauRWI-36$1,200$2,250
John MurthaRWI-29$800$4,050
Stephen NassRWI-31$500$1,150
Thomas NelsonDWI-5$19,085$42,464
Lee NerisonRWI-96$1,400$4,950
Scott NewcomerRWI-33$0$1,600
John NygrenRWI-89$100$1,100
Alvin OttRWI-3$700$1,450
Jim OttRWI-23$600$1,250
Joe ParisiDWI-48$1,100$2,700
Sandy PaschDWI-22$1,250$800
Kevin PetersenRWI-40$1,750$1,050
Jerry PetrowskiRWI-86$800$7,650
Mark PocanDWI-78$500$1,750
Sondy Pope-RobertsDWI-79$700$300
Don PridemoreRWI-99$0$813
Mark RadcliffeDWI-92$1,400$2,700
Kitty RhoadesRWI-30$0$1,300
Jon RichardsDWI-19$600$1,250
Keith RippRWI-47$2,325$13,875
Roger RothRWI-56$0$0
Kelda Helen RoysDWI-81$750$500
Marlin SchneiderDWI-72$300$3,650
Donna SeidelDWI-85$1,600$2,250
Mike SheridanDWI-44$6,300$6,025
Gary ShermanDWI-74$825$100
Jennifer ShillingDWI-95$1,300$2,186
Christine SinickiDWI-20$800$2,750
Jeff SmithDWI-93$1,350$3,950
Jim SoletskiDWI-88$17,324$4,625
Richard SpanbauerRWI-53$1,050$1,650
Tony StaskunasDWI-15$1,350$1,100
John SteinbrinkDWI-65$300$900
Jeff StoneRWI-82$1,400$3,250
Pat StrachotaRWI-58$200$2,750
Scott SuderRWI-69$2,000$2,410
Gary TauchenRWI-6$1,000$1,100
Barbara TolesDWI-17$1,850$2,849
John TownsendRWI-52$0$0
Robert TurnerDWI-61$1,100$2,500
Terry Van AkkerenDWI-26$0$750
Karl Van RoyRWI-90$650$4,500
Robin VosRWI-63$2,050$9,100
Amy Sue VruwinkDWI-70$1,230$3,516
Leah VukmirRWI-14$3,020$26,270
Annette WilliamsDWI-10$0$2,000
Mary WilliamsRWI-87$3,000$5,500
Jeff WoodIWI-67$0$0
Leon YoungDWI-16$500$1,950
Josh ZepnickDWI-9$1,000$1,600
Bob ZiegelbauerIWI-25$0$850
Ted ZigmuntDWI-2$3,487$2,750
Rich ZippererRWI-98$2,600$4,450

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That Supported
$ From Interest Groups
That Opposed
Joan BallwegRWI-41$300$1,663
Peter BarcaDWI-64$750$3,700
Chuck BenedictDWI-45$0$250
Terese BerceauDWI-76$500$0
Penny Bernard SchaberDWI-57$1,779$3,250
Garey BiesRWI-1$775$2,600
Spencer BlackDWI-77$0$0
Ed BrooksRWI-50$600$2,600
Fred ClarkDWI-42$2,630$2,050
Pedro ColonDWI-8$2,450$2,550
David CullenDWI-13$700$250
Chris DanouDWI-91$350$4,450
Brett DavisRWI-80$7,608$44,664
Kristen DexterDWI-68$1,975$1,800
Jason FieldsDWI-11$0$2,700
Jeff FitzgeraldRWI-39$6,484$5,885
Don FriskeRWI-35$0$0
Phil GarthwaiteDWI-49$2,063$2,600
Mark GottliebRWI-60$1,350$1,693
Tamara GrigsbyDWI-18$600$500
Scott GundersonRWI-83$750$3,600
Mark GundrumRWI-84$405$2,950
Gary HeblDWI-46$500$950
Steve HilgenbergDWI-51$225$100
Gordon HintzDWI-54$300$970
Kim HixsonDWI-43$2,000$2,003
Mark HonadelRWI-21$2,725$5,410
Ann HraychuckDWI-28$2,925$1,350
Mary HublerDWI-75$100$500
Mike HuebschRWI-94$4,125$5,801
Andy JorgensenDWI-37$2,184$4,370
Dean KaufertRWI-55$450$1,750
Samantha KerkmanRWI-66$800$700
Frederick KesslerDWI-12$100$1,950
Steve KestellRWI-27$1,000$2,200
Joel KleefischRWI-38$250$650
Dan KnodlRWI-24$550$1,000
Bill KramerRWI-97$1,225$3,715
Peggy KrusickDWI-7$0$350
Dan LeMahieuRWI-59$700$1,600
Thomas LothianRWI-32$0$0
Cory MasonDWI-62$2,100$3,825
Dan MeyerRWI-34$1,150$3,500
Nick MilroyDWI-73$773$1,685
Louis MolepskeDWI-71$350$3,150
Phil MontgomeryRWI-4$1,425$2,600
Jeff MursauRWI-36$1,200$2,250
John MurthaRWI-29$800$4,050
Stephen NassRWI-31$500$1,150
Thomas NelsonDWI-5$19,085$42,464
Lee NerisonRWI-96$1,400$4,950
Scott NewcomerRWI-33$0$1,600
John NygrenRWI-89$100$1,100
Alvin OttRWI-3$700$1,450
Jim OttRWI-23$600$1,250
Joe ParisiDWI-48$1,100$2,700
Sandy PaschDWI-22$1,250$800
Kevin PetersenRWI-40$1,750$1,050
Jerry PetrowskiRWI-86$800$7,650
Mark PocanDWI-78$500$1,750
Sondy Pope-RobertsDWI-79$700$300
Don PridemoreRWI-99$0$813
Mark RadcliffeDWI-92$1,400$2,700
Kitty RhoadesRWI-30$0$1,300
Jon RichardsDWI-19$600$1,250
Keith RippRWI-47$2,325$13,875
Roger RothRWI-56$0$0
Kelda Helen RoysDWI-81$750$500
Marlin SchneiderDWI-72$300$3,650
Donna SeidelDWI-85$1,600$2,250
Mike SheridanDWI-44$6,300$6,025
Gary ShermanDWI-74$825$100
Jennifer ShillingDWI-95$1,300$2,186
Christine SinickiDWI-20$800$2,750
Jeff SmithDWI-93$1,350$3,950
Jim SoletskiDWI-88$17,324$4,625
Richard SpanbauerRWI-53$1,050$1,650
Tony StaskunasDWI-15$1,350$1,100
John SteinbrinkDWI-65$300$900
Jeff StoneRWI-82$1,400$3,250
Pat StrachotaRWI-58$200$2,750
Scott SuderRWI-69$2,000$2,410
Gary TauchenRWI-6$1,000$1,100
Barbara TolesDWI-17$1,850$2,849
John TownsendRWI-52$0$0
Robert TurnerDWI-61$1,100$2,500
Terry Van AkkerenDWI-26$0$750
Karl Van RoyRWI-90$650$4,500
Robin VosRWI-63$2,050$9,100
Amy Sue VruwinkDWI-70$1,230$3,516
Leah VukmirRWI-14$3,020$26,270
Annette WilliamsDWI-10$0$2,000
Mary WilliamsRWI-87$3,000$5,500
Jeff WoodIWI-67$0$0
Leon YoungDWI-16$500$1,950
Josh ZepnickDWI-9$1,000$1,600
Bob ZiegelbauerIWI-25$0$850
Ted ZigmuntDWI-2$3,487$2,750
Rich ZippererRWI-98$2,600$4,450

Interest Groups that supported this bill

$ Donated
Gas & Electric Utilities$80,073
Environmental policy$25,913
Welfare & Social Work$19,406
Civil servant/public employee$17,450
Other unions$14,401
IBEW (Intl Brotherhood of Electrical Workers)$11,442
Women's issues$2,750
Alternate energy production & services$2,575
Municipally owned utilities$1,725
Bus services$1,150
Minority/Ethnic Groups$200
Elderly issues/Social Security$0
Electric Power utilities$0

Interest Groups that opposed this bill

$ Donated
Building trades unions$105,702
Industrial/commercial equipment & materials$40,238
Stone, clay, glass & concrete products$32,605
Environmental policy$25,913
Department, variety & convenience stores$22,650
Crop production & basic processing$20,420
Gasoline service stations$19,167
Livestock$18,218
Local Officials$13,820
Trucking companies & services$12,175
Energy production & distribution$9,950
Food and kindred products manufacturing$9,050
Fabricated metal products$7,675
General business associations$6,650
Conservative/Republican$4,849
Potato Farmers$4,500
Paper & pulp mills and paper manufacturing$4,250
Builders associations$4,232
Farm organizations & cooperatives$2,341
Energy, Natural Resources and Environment$950
Oil & Gas$850
Chambers of commerce$650
Poultry & eggs$600
Wheat, corn, soybeans and cash grain$300
Household & office products$150
Auto manufacturers$125
Trucking$0
Major (multinational) oil & gas producers$0
General commerce$0
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