Wisconsin Bills: Search Results

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AB 896 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to Length of Time in Confinement Following Revocation of Extended Supervision or Probation for Violating a Condition.


Evan Goyke, Gary Hebl, Terese Berceau, Frederick Kessler, Tod Ohnstad, Sandy Pasch / The bill has been introduced.

Relating to: length of time in confinement following revocation of extended supervision or probation for violating a condition.

AB 40 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to State Finances and Appropriations, Constituting the Executive Budget Act of the 2013 Legislature.

Vetoed in Part

/ The bill has become law (chaptered).

Relating to: state finances and appropriations, constituting the executive budget act of the 2013 legislature.

SB 200 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to Various Changes in the Unemployment Insurance Law; License Revocations Based on Delinquency in Payment of Unemployment Insurance Contributions; Granting Rule-Making Authority; Providing a Penalty; and Making an Appropriation.

Partial Veto Sustained

Frank Lasee / The bill has become law (chaptered).

Relating to: various changes in the unemployment insurance law; license revocations based on delinquency in payment of unemployment insurance contributions; granting rule-making authority; providing a penalty; and making an appropriation.

SB 628 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to the Regulation of Raffles.

Veto Sustained

Joe Leibham, Mary Lazich, Richard Gudex / This bill was passed by both houses and vetoed by the Governor. It did not become law.

Relating to: the regulation of raffles.

SB 324 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to Limiting the Times for Voting by Absentee Ballots in Person.

Partial Veto Sustained

Glenn Grothman / The bill has become law (chaptered).

Relating to: limiting the times for voting by absentee ballots in person.

SJR 66 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to the Life and Public Service of Dr. Marvin J. Rabin.


Fred Risser / The bill was voted on by the Senate on March 18, 2014.

Relating to: the life and public service of Dr. Marvin J. Rabin.