SB 271 - An Act Relating to Prohibiting the Manufacture and Sale at Wholesale of Certain Baby Bottles and Cups for Children That Contain Bisphenol A, Creating Labeling Requirements, Making an Appropriation, and Providing Penalties.

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Summary:
An Act to create 20.115 (1) (ip), 100.335 and 814.75 (1d) of the statutes; relating to: prohibiting the manufacture and sale at wholesale of certain baby bottles and cups for children that contain bisphenol A, creating labeling requirements, making an appropriation, and providing penalties.  
Status:
The bill has become law (chaptered). 
Assembly Vote: On Passage

PASSED on February 16, 2010.

voted YES: 95 voted NO: 2
2 voted present/not voting

An Act Relating to Prohibiting the Manufacture and Sale at Wholesale of Certain Baby Bottles and Cups for Children That Contain Bisphenol A, Creating Labeling Requirements, Making an Appropriation, and Providing Penalties.

SB 271 — 2009-2010 Legislature

Summary
An Act to create 20.115 (1) (ip), 100.335 and 814.75 (1d) of the statutes; relating to: prohibiting the manufacture and sale at wholesale of certain baby bottles and cups for children that contain bisphenol A, creating labeling requirements, making an appropriation, and providing penalties.
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Title
An Act Relating to Prohibiting the Manufacture and Sale at Wholesale of Certain Baby Bottles and Cups for Children That Contain Bisphenol A, Creating Labeling Requirements, Making an Appropriation, and Providing Penalties.
Author(s)
Julie Lassa, Tim Carpenter, Dan Kapanke, Dave Hansen, Robert Wirch, John Lehman, Judy Robson, Fred Risser, Lena Taylor
Co-Sponsor(s)
Subjects
  • Agriculture and Food
  • Commerce
  • Legal Issues
  • Family and Children Issues
  • Reproductive Issues
  • Business and Consumers
  • Judiciary
  • Crime
Major Actions
Introduced8/21/2009
Passed Senate1/26/2010
Passed Assembly2/16/2010
Bill History
Chamber/CommitteeMotionDateResult
select this voteSenateRead a third time and passed, Ayes 33, Noes 01/26/2010This bill PASSED the Senate
33 voted YES 0 voted NO 0 voted present/not voting
currently selectedAssemblyRead a third time and concurred in, Ayes 95, Noes 22/16/2010This bill PASSED the Assembly
95 voted YES 2 voted NO 2 voted present/not voting
ActionDateDescription
Introduced8/21/2009
8/21/2009Introduced by Senators Lassa, Carpenter, Kapanke, Hansen, Wirch, Lehman, Robson, Risser and Taylor;Cosponsored by Representatives Roys, Molepske Jr., Mason, Benedict, Brooks, Berceau, Hubler, Cullen, Milroy, Pasch, Turner, Black, Jorgensen, Parisi, Steinbrink, Vruwink, Danou, Soletski, Richards, Spanbauer and Clark
8/21/2009Read first time and referred to committee on Small Business, Emergency Preparedness, Technical Colleges, and Consumer Protection
9/09/2009Fiscal estimate received
11/10/2009Public hearing held
11/12/2009Fiscal estimate received
11/18/2009Fiscal estimate received
1/14/2010Senate substitute amendment 1 offered by Senator Lassa
1/20/2010Executive action taken
1/20/2010Report introduction and adoption of Senate Amendment 1 to Senate Substitute Amendment 1 recommended by committee on Small Business, Emergency Preparedness, Technical Colleges, and Consumer Protection, Ayes 5, Noes 0 by committee on Small Business, Emergency Preparedness, Technical Colleges, and Consumer Protection
1/20/2010Report adoption of Senate Substitute Amendment 1 recommended by committee on Small Business, Emergency Preparedness, Technical Colleges, and Consumer Protection, Ayes 5, Noes 0
1/20/2010Report passage as amended recommended by committee on Small Business, Emergency Preparedness, Technical Colleges, and Consumer Protection, Ayes 5, Noes 0
1/20/2010Available for scheduling
1/25/2010Referred to joint committee on Finance by committee on Senate Organization pursuant to Senate Rule 41 (1)(e)
1/25/2010Withdrawn from joint committee on Finance and made Available for Scheduling by committee on Senate Organization pursuant to Senate Rule 41 (1)(e)
1/25/2010Placed on calendar 1-26-2010 by committee on Senate Organization
1/26/2010Senator Miller added as a coauthor
1/26/2010Read a second time
1/26/2010Senate amendment 1 to Senate substitute amendment 1 adopted
1/26/2010Senate substitute amendment 1 adopted
1/26/2010Ordered to a third reading
1/26/2010Rules suspended
select this voteSenate Vote on Passage1/26/2010Read a third time and passed, Ayes 33, Noes 0
1/26/2010Ordered immediately messaged
1/26/2010Received from Senate
1/26/2010Read first time and referred to committee on Rules
2/10/2010Placed on calendar 2-16-2010 by committee on Rules
2/16/2010Read a second time
2/16/2010Ordered to a third reading
2/16/2010Rules suspended
currently selectedAssembly Vote on Passage2/16/2010Read a third time and concurred in, Ayes 95, Noes 2
2/16/2010Representative Hilgenberg added as a cosponsor
2/16/2010Ordered immediately messaged
2/17/2010Received from Assembly concurred in
2/18/2010Report correctly enrolled on 2-18-2010
3/02/2010Presented to the Governor on 3-2-2010
3/03/2010Report approved by the Governor on 3-3-2010. 2009 Wisconsin Act 145
3/05/2010Published 3-17-2010

Total contributions given to Assemblymembers from interest groups that…

12 Organizations Supported and 5 Opposed; See Which Ones

Organizations that took a position on
An Act Relating to Prohibiting the Manufacture and Sale at Wholesale of Certain Baby Bottles and Cups for Children That Contain Bisphenol A, Creating Labeling Requirements, Making an Appropriation, and Providing Penalties.: Read a third time and concurred in, Ayes 95, Noes 2

12 organizations supported this bill

AARP
AARP (2010, January 25). Organizations Lobbying on SB 271. Retrieved January 20, 2012, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
AFSCME Council 11
AFSCME Council 11 (2010, January 7). Organizations Lobbying on SB 271. Retrieved January 20, 2012, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Clean Wisconsin Inc
Clean Wisconsin Inc (2010, February 19). Organizations Lobbying on SB 271. Retrieved January 20, 2012, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Disability Rights Wisconsin
Disability Rights Wisconsin (2009, September 4). Organizations Lobbying on SB 271. Retrieved January 20, 2012, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
paytel communications systems incorporated
Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group (WISPIRG) (2009, September 24). Organizations Lobbying on SB 271. Retrieved January 20, 2012, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Sierra Club - John Muir Chapter
Sierra Club - John Muir Chapter (2009, September 2). Organizations Lobbying on SB 271. Retrieved January 20, 2012, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Association of Local Health Departments and Boards
Wisconsin Association of Local Health Departments and Boards (2009, November 9). Organizations Lobbying on SB 271. Retrieved January 20, 2012, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Council on Children & Families
Wisconsin Council on Children & Families (2009, September 1). Organizations Lobbying on SB 271. Retrieved January 20, 2012, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Environment
Wisconsin Environment, Inc. (2010, January 18). Organizations Lobbying on SB 271. Retrieved January 20, 2012, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters (WLCV) (2009, September 25). Organizations Lobbying on SB 271. Retrieved January 20, 2012, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association
Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association (2009, October 15). Organizations Lobbying on SB 271. Retrieved January 20, 2012, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Public Health Association
Wisconsin Public Health Association (2009, September 23). Organizations Lobbying on SB 271. Retrieved January 20, 2012, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.

5 organizations opposed this bill

American Chemistry Council
American Chemistry Council (2009, August 27). Organizations Lobbying on SB 271. Retrieved January 20, 2012, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Can Manufacturers Institute
Can Manufacturers Institute (2009, November 24). Organizations Lobbying on SB 271. Retrieved January 20, 2012, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Kraft Foods
Kraft Foods Global, Inc (2009, September 1). Organizations Lobbying on SB 271. Retrieved January 20, 2012, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Midwest Food Processors Association
Midwest Food Processors Association Inc (2009, August 28). Organizations Lobbying on SB 271. Retrieved January 20, 2012, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.
Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce
Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (2009, November 9). Organizations Lobbying on SB 271. Retrieved January 20, 2012, from State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Lobbying Database.

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Includes reported contributions to campaigns of Assemblymembers in office on day of vote, 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
Vote
Joan BallwegRWI-41$0$0Yes
Peter BarcaDWI-64$500$1,000Yes
Chuck BenedictDWI-45$0$0Yes
Terese BerceauDWI-76$400$0Yes
Penny Bernard SchaberDWI-57$1,704$0Yes
Garey BiesRWI-1$0$100Yes
Spencer BlackDWI-77$0$0Yes
Ed BrooksRWI-50$100$150Yes
Fred ClarkDWI-42$3,250$0Yes
Pedro ColonDWI-8$900$0Not Voting
David CullenDWI-13$500$0Yes
Chris DanouDWI-91$350$1,000Yes
Brett DavisRWI-80$5,870$2,700Yes
Kristen DexterDWI-68$1,260$950Yes
Jason FieldsDWI-11$0$0Yes
Jeff FitzgeraldRWI-39$850$0Yes
Don FriskeRWI-35$0$0Yes
Phil GarthwaiteDWI-49$250$0Yes
Mark GottliebRWI-60$500$0Yes
Tamara GrigsbyDWI-18$250$0Yes
Scott GundersonRWI-83$0$225Yes
Mark GundrumRWI-84$250$200Yes
Gary HeblDWI-46$500$0Yes
Steve HilgenbergDWI-51$125$0Yes
Gordon HintzDWI-54$0$0Yes
Kim HixsonDWI-43$1,170$0Yes
Mark HonadelRWI-21$300$400Yes
Ann HraychuckDWI-28$950$0Yes
Mary HublerDWI-75$0$0Yes
Mike HuebschRWI-94$900$450Yes
Andy JorgensenDWI-37$1,334$0Yes
Dean KaufertRWI-55$0$0Yes
Samantha KerkmanRWI-66$0$250Yes
Frederick KesslerDWI-12$400$0Yes
Steve KestellRWI-27$500$0Yes
Joel KleefischRWI-38$0$0No
Dan KnodlRWI-24$0$0Yes
Bill KramerRWI-97$600$250Yes
Peggy KrusickDWI-7$100$0Yes
Dan LeMahieuRWI-59$0$100Yes
Thomas LothianRWI-32$0$0Yes
Cory MasonDWI-62$1,518$500Yes
Dan MeyerRWI-34$0$0Yes
Nick MilroyDWI-73$573$0Yes
Louis MolepskeDWI-71$525$0Yes
Phil MontgomeryRWI-4$0$500Yes
Jeff MursauRWI-36$0$0Yes
John MurthaRWI-29$0$100Yes
Stephen NassRWI-31$100$200Yes
Thomas NelsonDWI-5$20,550$2,000Yes
Lee NerisonRWI-96$0$100Yes
Scott NewcomerRWI-33$0$0Yes
John NygrenRWI-89$0$850Yes
Alvin OttRWI-3$0$0Yes
Jim OttRWI-23$100$0Yes
Joe ParisiDWI-48$750$0Yes
Sandy PaschDWI-22$1,625$0Yes
Kevin PetersenRWI-40$200$0Yes
Jerry PetrowskiRWI-86$0$0Yes
Mark PocanDWI-78$500$0Yes
Sondy Pope-RobertsDWI-79$1,700$0Yes
Don PridemoreRWI-99$0$0Yes
Mark RadcliffeDWI-92$1,200$500Yes
Kitty RhoadesRWI-30$100$350Yes
Jon RichardsDWI-19$575$0Yes
Keith RippRWI-47$250$100Yes
Roger RothRWI-56$0$0Yes
Kelda Helen RoysDWI-81$400$0Yes
Marlin SchneiderDWI-72$250$0Yes
Donna SeidelDWI-85$1,450$0Yes
Mike SheridanDWI-44$1,350$0Yes
Gary ShermanDWI-74$225$0Yes
Jennifer ShillingDWI-95$500$0Yes
Christine SinickiDWI-20$550$0Yes
Jeff SmithDWI-93$900$750Yes
Jim SoletskiDWI-88$500$0Yes
Richard SpanbauerRWI-53$500$0Yes
Tony StaskunasDWI-15$250$0Yes
John SteinbrinkDWI-65$0$0Yes
Jeff StoneRWI-82$0$125Yes
Pat StrachotaRWI-58$0$0Yes
Scott SuderRWI-69$250$0Not Voting
Gary TauchenRWI-6$0$0Yes
Barbara TolesDWI-17$550$0Yes
John TownsendRWI-52$0$0Yes
Robert TurnerDWI-61$1,000$0Yes
Terry Van AkkerenDWI-26$0$0Yes
Karl Van RoyRWI-90$100$200Yes
Robin VosRWI-63$500$0No
Amy Sue VruwinkDWI-70$400$0Yes
Leah VukmirRWI-14$500$4,700Yes
Annette WilliamsDWI-10$0$0Yes
Mary WilliamsRWI-87$100$800Yes
Jeff WoodIWI-67$0$0Yes
Leon YoungDWI-16$450$0Yes
Josh ZepnickDWI-9$650$500Yes
Bob ZiegelbauerIWI-25$0$100Yes
Ted ZigmuntDWI-2$370$0Yes
Rich ZippererRWI-98$0$800Yes

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NamePartyDistrict$ From Interest Groups
That Supported
$ From Interest Groups
That Opposed
Vote
Joan BallwegRWI-41$0$0Yes
Peter BarcaDWI-64$500$1,000Yes
Chuck BenedictDWI-45$0$0Yes
Terese BerceauDWI-76$400$0Yes
Penny Bernard SchaberDWI-57$1,704$0Yes
Garey BiesRWI-1$0$100Yes
Spencer BlackDWI-77$0$0Yes
Ed BrooksRWI-50$100$150Yes
Fred ClarkDWI-42$3,250$0Yes
Pedro ColonDWI-8$900$0Not Voting
David CullenDWI-13$500$0Yes
Chris DanouDWI-91$350$1,000Yes
Brett DavisRWI-80$5,870$2,700Yes
Kristen DexterDWI-68$1,260$950Yes
Jason FieldsDWI-11$0$0Yes
Jeff FitzgeraldRWI-39$850$0Yes
Don FriskeRWI-35$0$0Yes
Phil GarthwaiteDWI-49$250$0Yes
Mark GottliebRWI-60$500$0Yes
Tamara GrigsbyDWI-18$250$0Yes
Scott GundersonRWI-83$0$225Yes
Mark GundrumRWI-84$250$200Yes
Gary HeblDWI-46$500$0Yes
Steve HilgenbergDWI-51$125$0Yes
Gordon HintzDWI-54$0$0Yes
Kim HixsonDWI-43$1,170$0Yes
Mark HonadelRWI-21$300$400Yes
Ann HraychuckDWI-28$950$0Yes
Mary HublerDWI-75$0$0Yes
Mike HuebschRWI-94$900$450Yes
Andy JorgensenDWI-37$1,334$0Yes
Dean KaufertRWI-55$0$0Yes
Samantha KerkmanRWI-66$0$250Yes
Frederick KesslerDWI-12$400$0Yes
Steve KestellRWI-27$500$0Yes
Joel KleefischRWI-38$0$0No
Dan KnodlRWI-24$0$0Yes
Bill KramerRWI-97$600$250Yes
Peggy KrusickDWI-7$100$0Yes
Dan LeMahieuRWI-59$0$100Yes
Thomas LothianRWI-32$0$0Yes
Cory MasonDWI-62$1,518$500Yes
Dan MeyerRWI-34$0$0Yes
Nick MilroyDWI-73$573$0Yes
Louis MolepskeDWI-71$525$0Yes
Phil MontgomeryRWI-4$0$500Yes
Jeff MursauRWI-36$0$0Yes
John MurthaRWI-29$0$100Yes
Stephen NassRWI-31$100$200Yes
Thomas NelsonDWI-5$20,550$2,000Yes
Lee NerisonRWI-96$0$100Yes
Scott NewcomerRWI-33$0$0Yes
John NygrenRWI-89$0$850Yes
Alvin OttRWI-3$0$0Yes
Jim OttRWI-23$100$0Yes
Joe ParisiDWI-48$750$0Yes
Sandy PaschDWI-22$1,625$0Yes
Kevin PetersenRWI-40$200$0Yes
Jerry PetrowskiRWI-86$0$0Yes
Mark PocanDWI-78$500$0Yes
Sondy Pope-RobertsDWI-79$1,700$0Yes
Don PridemoreRWI-99$0$0Yes
Mark RadcliffeDWI-92$1,200$500Yes
Kitty RhoadesRWI-30$100$350Yes
Jon RichardsDWI-19$575$0Yes
Keith RippRWI-47$250$100Yes
Roger RothRWI-56$0$0Yes
Kelda Helen RoysDWI-81$400$0Yes
Marlin SchneiderDWI-72$250$0Yes
Donna SeidelDWI-85$1,450$0Yes
Mike SheridanDWI-44$1,350$0Yes
Gary ShermanDWI-74$225$0Yes
Jennifer ShillingDWI-95$500$0Yes
Christine SinickiDWI-20$550$0Yes
Jeff SmithDWI-93$900$750Yes
Jim SoletskiDWI-88$500$0Yes
Richard SpanbauerRWI-53$500$0Yes
Tony StaskunasDWI-15$250$0Yes
John SteinbrinkDWI-65$0$0Yes
Jeff StoneRWI-82$0$125Yes
Pat StrachotaRWI-58$0$0Yes
Scott SuderRWI-69$250$0Not Voting
Gary TauchenRWI-6$0$0Yes
Barbara TolesDWI-17$550$0Yes
John TownsendRWI-52$0$0Yes
Robert TurnerDWI-61$1,000$0Yes
Terry Van AkkerenDWI-26$0$0Yes
Karl Van RoyRWI-90$100$200Yes
Robin VosRWI-63$500$0No
Amy Sue VruwinkDWI-70$400$0Yes
Leah VukmirRWI-14$500$4,700Yes
Annette WilliamsDWI-10$0$0Yes
Mary WilliamsRWI-87$100$800Yes
Jeff WoodIWI-67$0$0Yes
Leon YoungDWI-16$450$0Yes
Josh ZepnickDWI-9$650$500Yes
Bob ZiegelbauerIWI-25$0$100Yes
Ted ZigmuntDWI-2$370$0Yes
Rich ZippererRWI-98$0$800Yes

Interest Groups that supported this bill

$ Donated
Environmental policy$25,913
Welfare & Social Work$19,406
State & local govt employee unions$10,270
Health care services$7,075
Health, Education & Human Resources$1,775
Health & welfare policy$1,385
Elderly issues/Social Security$0

Interest Groups that opposed this bill

$ Donated
Food and kindred products manufacturing$9,050
General business associations$6,650
Chemicals$4,650
Metal cans & containers$600
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