AB 311 - An Act Relating to Creating a Sporting Recruitment and Retention Council, Programs to Encourage Recruitment of Hunters and Trappers, Restrictions on Expenditures Under the Warren Knowles-Gaylord Nelson Stewardship Program, Reduced Fees for Certain First-Time Hunting and Trapping Approvals, High School Credit Under and Administration of the Hunter and Trapper Education Programs, Waiving Fishing License Requirements for a Weekend Ice Fishing Event, and Sturgeon Spearing License Age Requirements.

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An Act to renumber and amend 29.591 (2); to amend 29.197 (3), 29.237 (1m), 29.563 (2) (intro.), 29.597 (1) (a) and 29.597 (1) (c); and to create 15.347 (21), 23.0917 (8) (f), 23.0917 (8) (g), 29.036, 29.084, 29.563 (2t), 29.591 (1) (am), 29.591 (2) (b), 29.597 (1m), 29.597 (2) (c), 29.597 (2) (d) and 120.12 (26) of the statutes; relating to: creating a sporting recruitment and retention council,… More
An Act to renumber and amend 29.591 (2); to amend 29.197 (3), 29.237 (1m), 29.563 (2) (intro.), 29.597 (1) (a) and 29.597 (1) (c); and to create 15.347 (21), 23.0917 (8) (f), 23.0917 (8) (g), 29.036, 29.084, 29.563 (2t), 29.591 (1) (am), 29.591 (2) (b), 29.597 (1m), 29.597 (2) (c), 29.597 (2) (d) and 120.12 (26) of the statutes; relating to: creating a sporting recruitment and retention council, programs to encourage recruitment of hunters and trappers, restrictions on expenditures under the Warren Knowles-Gaylord Nelson stewardship program, reduced fees for certain first-time hunting and trapping approvals, high school credit under and administration of the hunter and trapper education programs, waiving fishing license requirements for a weekend ice fishing event, and sturgeon spearing license age requirements. Hide
 
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Senate Vote: On Passage

PASSED on March 7, 2012.

voted YES: 32 voted NO: 1
0 voted present/not voting

An Act Relating to Creating a Sporting Recruitment and Retention Council, Programs to Encourage Recruitment of Hunters and Trappers, Restrictions on Expenditures Under the Warren Knowles-Gaylord Nelson Stewardship Program, Reduced Fees for Certain First-Time Hunting and Trapping Approvals, High School Credit Under and Administration of the Hunter and Trapper Education Programs, Waiving Fishing License Requirements for a Weekend Ice Fishing Event, and Sturgeon Spearing License Age Requirements.

AB 311 — 2011-2012 Legislature

Summary
An Act to renumber and amend 29.591 (2); to amend 29.197 (3), 29.237 (1m), 29.563 (2) (intro.), 29.597 (1) (a) and 29.597 (1) (c); and to create 15.347 (21), 23.0917 (8) (f), 23.0917 (8) (g), 29.036, 29.084, 29.563 (2t), 29.591 (1) (am), 29.591 (2) (b), 29.597 (1m), 29.597 (2) (c), 29.597 (2) (d) and 120.12 (26) of the statutes; relating to: creating a sporting recruitment and retention council, programs to encourage recruitment of hunters and trappers, restrictions on expenditures under the Warren Knowles-Gaylord Nelson stewardship program, reduced fees for certain first-time hunting and trapping approvals, high school credit under and administration of the hunter and trapper education programs, waiving fishing license requirements for a weekend ice fishing event, and sturgeon spearing license age requirements.
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Title
An Act Relating to Creating a Sporting Recruitment and Retention Council, Programs to Encourage Recruitment of Hunters and Trappers, Restrictions on Expenditures Under the Warren Knowles-Gaylord Nelson Stewardship Program, Reduced Fees for Certain First-Time Hunting and Trapping Approvals, High School Credit Under and Administration of the Hunter and Trapper Education Programs, Waiving Fishing License Requirements for a Weekend Ice Fishing Event, and Sturgeon Spearing License Age Requirements.
Author(s)
Jim Steineke, Roger Rivard, Scott Suder, Garey Bies, Kathy Bernier, Mike Endsley, Andre Jacque, Dean Kaufert, Samantha Kerkman, Steve Kestell, Joel Kleefisch, Joe Knilans, Scott Krug, Dan LeMahieu, Michelle Litjens, Howard Marklein, Dan Meyer, John Murtha, Stephen Nass, John Nygren, Alvin Ott, Warren Petryk, Erik Severson, Richard Spanbauer, Pat Strachota, Duey Stroebel, Tom Tiffany, Travis Tranel, Mary Williams, Jeff Mursau
Co-Sponsor(s)
Subjects
  • Commerce
  • Recreation
  • Government Reform
  • State Agency
  • Legal Issues
  • Legislative Affairs
  • Energy
  • Social Issues
  • Civil Liberties and Civil Rights
  • Agriculture and Food
  • Environmental
  • Public Services
  • Health
  • Gambling and Gaming
  • Military
  • State Agencies
  • Education
  • Business and Consumers
  • Animal Rights and Wildlife Issues
Major Actions
Introduced10/06/2011
Passed Assembly11/01/2011
Passed Senate3/07/2012
Bill History
Chamber/CommitteeMotionDateResult
select this voteAssemblyRead a third time and passed, Ayes 84, Noes 1211/01/2011This bill PASSED the Assembly
84 voted YES 12 voted NO 2 voted present/not voting
currently selectedSenateRead a third time and concurred in as amended, Ayes 32, Noes 13/07/2012This bill PASSED the Senate
32 voted YES 1 voted NO 0 voted present/not voting
ActionDateDescription
Introduced10/06/2011
10/06/2011Introduced by Representatives Steineke, Rivard, Suder, Bies, Bernier, Endsley, Jacque, Kaufert, Kerkman, Kestell, Kleefisch, Knilans, Krug, LeMahieu, Litjens, Marklein, Meyer, Murtha, Nass, Nygren, A. Ott, Petryk, Severson, Spanbauer, Strachota, Stroebel, Tiffany, Tranel, Williams and Mursau;Cosponsored by Senators Galloway, Moulton and Taylor
10/06/2011Read first time and referred to committee on Natural Resources
10/06/2011Representative Brooks added as a coauthor
10/07/2011Representatives Pridemore and Ziegelbauer added as coauthors
10/07/2011Senator Holperin added as a cosponsor
10/07/2011Senator Lazich added as a cosponsor
10/07/2011Representative Knodl added as a coauthor
10/11/2011Public hearing held
10/11/2011Senator Taylor withdrawn as a cosponsor
10/12/2011Representative Ripp added as a coauthor
10/19/2011Senator Lasee added as a cosponsor
10/20/2011Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representative Steineke
10/20/2011Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representative Mursau
10/20/2011Assembly amendment 2 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representative Mursau
10/20/2011Assembly amendment 3 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representatives Meyer and Strachota
10/20/2011Assembly amendment 4 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representative Mursau
10/20/2011Assembly amendment 5 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representative Clark
10/20/2011Assembly amendment 6 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representative Clark
10/20/2011Executive action taken
10/24/2011Fiscal estimate received
10/24/2011Fiscal estimate received
10/24/2011Report Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 adoption recommended by committee on Natural Resources, Ayes 16, Noes 0
10/24/2011Report Assembly Amendment 2 to Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 adoption recommended by committee on Natural Resources, Ayes 14, Noes 2
10/24/2011Report Assembly Amendment 3 to Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 adoption recommended by committee on Natural Resources, Ayes 12, Noes 4
10/24/2011Report Assembly Amendment 4 to Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 adoption recommended by committee on Natural Resources, Ayes 16, Noes 0
10/24/2011Report Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 adoption recommended by committee on Natural Resources, Ayes 15, Noes 1
10/24/2011Report passage as amended recommended by committee on Natural Resources, Ayes 14, Noes 2
10/24/2011Referred to joint committee on Finance
10/26/2011Executive action taken
10/26/2011Report Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 adoption recommended by joint committee on Finance, Ayes 15, Noes 0
10/26/2011Report Assembly Amendment 2 to Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 adoption recommended by joint committee on Finance, Ayes 15, Noes 0
10/26/2011Report Assembly Amendment 3 to Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 adoption recommended by joint committee on Finance, Ayes 15, Noes 0
10/26/2011Report Assembly Amendment 4 to Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 adoption recommended by joint committee on Finance, Ayes 15, Noes 0
10/26/2011Report Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 adoption recommended by joint committee on Finance, Ayes 15, Noes 0
10/26/2011Report passage as amended recommended by joint committee on Finance, Ayes 15, Noes 0
10/26/2011Referred to committee on Rules
10/27/2011Placed on calendar 11-1-2011 by committee on Rules
11/01/2011Read a second time
11/01/2011Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 adopted
11/01/2011Assembly amendment 2 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 adopted
11/01/2011Assembly amendment 3 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 adopted, Ayes 85, Noes 11
11/01/2011Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly amendment 4 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representative Mursau
11/01/2011Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly amendment 4 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 adopted
11/01/2011Assembly amendment 4 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 adopted
11/01/2011Assembly amendment 7 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 offered by Representative Kaufert
11/01/2011Assembly amendment 7 to Assembly substitute amendment 1 adopted
11/01/2011Assembly substitute amendment 1 adopted
11/01/2011Representative Vruwink added as a coauthor
11/01/2011Ordered to a third reading
11/01/2011Rules suspended
select this voteAssembly Vote on Passage11/01/2011Read a third time and passed, Ayes 84, Noes 12
11/01/2011Ordered immediately messaged
11/02/2011Received from Assembly
11/02/2011Printed engrossed by the direction of the Senate Chief Clerk
11/02/2011Read first time and referred to committee on Natural Resources and Environment
11/18/2011LRB correction (Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Substitute Amendment 1)
11/18/2011LRB correction (Assembly Amendment 7 to Assembly Substitute Amendment 1)
11/21/2011LRB correction (Assembly Amendment 4 to Assembly Substitute Amendment 1)
11/28/2011Senate amendment 1 offered by Senator Taylor
12/07/2011Public hearing held
2/28/2012Senate amendment 2 offered by Senator Risser
3/01/2012Executive action taken
3/01/2012Report introduction and adoption of Senate Substitute Amendment 1 recommended by committee on Natural Resources and Environment, Ayes 7, Noes 0 by committee on Natural Resources and Environment
3/01/2012Report concurrence as amended recommended by committee on Natural Resources and Environment, Ayes 7, Noes 0
3/01/2012Available for scheduling
3/06/2012Placed on calendar 3-7-2012 pursuant to Senate Rule 18(1)
3/07/2012Read a second time
3/07/2012Senate amendment 1 to Senate substitute amendment 1 offered by Senator Risser
3/07/2012Senate amendment 1 to Senate substitute amendment 1 withdrawn and returned to author
3/07/2012Senate amendment 2 to Senate substitute amendment 1 offered by Senator Risser
3/07/2012Senate amendment 2 to Senate substitute amendment 1 laid on table, Ayes 28, Noes 5
3/07/2012Senate substitute amendment 1 adopted
3/07/2012Ordered to a third reading
3/07/2012Rules suspended
currently selectedSenate Vote on Passage3/07/2012Read a third time and concurred in as amended, Ayes 32, Noes 1
3/07/2012Ordered immediately messaged
3/09/2012Received from Senate amended and concurred in as amended (Senate substitute amendment 1 adopted)
3/09/2012Referred to committee on Rules
3/13/2012Made a special order of business at 9:04 A.M. on 3-14-2012 pursuant to Assembly Resolution 24
3/15/2012Senate substitute amendment 1 concurred in
3/15/2012Action ordered immediately messaged
3/23/2012Report correctly enrolled
3/30/2012Presented to the Governor on 3-30-2012
4/03/2012Report approved by the Governor on 4-2-2012. 2011 Wisconsin Act 168
4/05/2012Published 4-16-2012

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An Act Relating to Creating a Sporting Recruitment and Retention Council, Programs to Encourage Recruitment of Hunters and Trappers, Restrictions on Expenditures Under the Warren Knowles-Gaylord Nelson Stewardship Program, Reduced Fees for Certain First-Time Hunting and Trapping Approvals, High School Credit Under and Administration of the Hunter and Trapper Education Programs, Waiving Fishing License Requirements for a Weekend Ice Fishing Event, and Sturgeon Spearing License Age Requirements.: Read a third time and concurred in as amended, Ayes 32, Noes 1

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Tim CarpenterDWI-3$0$0Yes
Spencer CoggsDWI-6$0$0Yes
Robert CowlesRWI-2$0$0Yes
Tim CullenDWI-15$0$0Yes
Alberta DarlingRWI-8$0$0Yes
Michael EllisRWI-19$0$0Yes
Jon ErpenbachDWI-27$0$0Yes
Scott FitzgeraldRWI-13$0$0Yes
Pam GallowayRWI-29$0$0Yes
Glenn GrothmanRWI-20$0$0Yes
Dave HansenDWI-30$0$0Yes
Sheila HarsdorfRWI-10$0$0Yes
Jim HolperinDWI-12$0$0Yes
Bob JauchDWI-25$0$0Yes
Neal KedzieRWI-11$0$0Yes
Jessica KingDWI-18$0$0Yes
Chris LarsonDWI-7$0$0Yes
Frank LaseeRWI-1$0$0Yes
Julie LassaDWI-24$0$0Yes
Mary LazichRWI-28$0$0Yes
Joe LeibhamRWI-9$0$0Yes
Mark MillerDWI-16$0$0Yes
Terry MoultonRWI-23$0$0Yes
Luther OlsenRWI-14$0$0Yes
Fred RisserDWI-26$0$0No
Dale SchultzRWI-17$0$0Yes
Jennifer ShillingDWI-32$0$0Yes
Lena TaylorDWI-4$0$0Yes
Kathleen VinehoutDWI-31$0$0Yes
Leah VukmirRWI-5$0$0Yes
Van WanggaardRWI-21$0$0Yes
Robert WirchDWI-22$0$0Yes
Rich ZippererRWI-33$0$0Yes

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