Wisconsin Bills: Search Results

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SJR 75 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to the Life and the Military and Public Service of Gerald L. Trumm.

Enrolled

Luther Olsen, Tim Carpenter, Robert Cowles, Tim Cullen, Julie Lassa, Mark Miller, Dale Schultz / The bill was voted on by the Senate on March 18, 2014.

Relating to: the life and the military and public service of Gerald L. Trumm.

SJR 63 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to Honoring the Life and Public Service of James Jeskewitz.

Enrolled

Alberta Darling, Jennifer Shilling, Leah Vukmir, Lena Taylor, Robert Cowles, Frank Lasee, Neal Kedzie, Sheila Harsdorf, John Lehman, Mary Lazich / The bill was voted on by the Senate on January 22, 2014.

Relating to: honoring the life and public service of James Jeskewitz.

SJR 44 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to the Life and Public Service of Barbara Horton.

Enrolled

Lena Taylor, Robert Wirch, Tim Cullen, Mark Miller / The bill was voted on by the Senate on September 17, 2013.

Relating to: the life and public service of Barbara Horton.

AB 890 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to Youth Summer Jobs Programs in First Class Cities and Making an Appropriation.

Jobs

Leon Young / The bill has been introduced.

Relating to: youth summer jobs programs in first class cities and making an appropriation.

AB 928 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to Creating a Refundable Individual Income Tax Credit for Tuition Expenses Paid for Dependents Who Attend Certain Private Elementary and Secondary Schools, and Charter Schools.

Ways and Means

Dean Kaufert / The bill has been introduced.

Relating to: creating a refundable individual income tax credit for tuition expenses paid for dependents who attend certain private elementary and secondary schools, and charter schools.

SB 678 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to Proof of Physical Fitness Requirement for Certain Local Transit Employees.

Transportation

Fred Risser / The bill has been introduced.

Relating to: proof of physical fitness requirement for certain local transit employees.

SB 676 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to Education and Training Under Wisconsin Works; Reducing Wisconsin Works Benefits; a Minimum Copayment, Maximum Child Care Hours, and Reducing Income Based on Marriage for Eligibility Under Wisconsin Shares; Changes to the Food Stamp Program Relating to Financial Eligibility for Benefits, Allowing an Election to Reduce Benefits, Recouping Unused Benefits, and Prohibiting Supplier Discounts; Prohibiting Advertising Concerning Means-Tested Public Assistance on Radio or Television; Requiring Consideration of the Income and Assets of All Individuals in a Household for Purposes of Eligibility for Any Means-Tested Public Assistance; Eligibility Requirements for Persons or Families of Low and Moderate Income to Receive Certain Housing, Housing Assistance, Grants, Loans, or Benefits from the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority, the Department of Administration, and Local Housing Authorities; Reducing the Authority of Local Housing Authorities; Eligibility Requirement for Purposes of Receiving Low-Income Energy Assistance; Prohibiting New Claims Under the Earned Income Tax Credit; Limiting Eligibility for the Homestead Tax Credit; Elimination of Certain Grant Programs Administered by the Higher Educational Aids Board and Transfer of the Unencumbered Balances in the Appropriations for Those Programs to the University of Wisconsin System for the Purpose of Tuition Reduction; Consideration of the Income and Assets of Both Parents of a Student Under 22 Years of Age for Purposes of Awarding a Grant or Scholarship to Such a Student and the Permissible Uses of Grant or Scholarship Moneys Awarded; Income Eligibility Requirements for Enrollment in a Private School Participating in a Parental Choice Program; the School Lunch Program; and Granting Rule-Making Authority.

Health and Human Services

Glenn Grothman / The bill has been introduced.

Relating to: education and training under Wisconsin Works; reducing Wisconsin Works benefits; a minimum copayment, maximum child care hours, and reducing income based on marriage for eligibility under Wisconsin Shares; changes to the food stamp program relating to financial eligibility for benefits, allowing an election to reduce benefits, recouping unused benefits, and prohibiting supplier… More
Relating to: education and training under Wisconsin Works; reducing Wisconsin Works benefits; a minimum copayment, maximum child care hours, and reducing income based on marriage for eligibility under Wisconsin Shares; changes to the food stamp program relating to financial eligibility for benefits, allowing an election to reduce benefits, recouping unused benefits, and prohibiting supplier discounts; prohibiting advertising concerning means-tested public assistance on radio or television; requiring consideration of the income and assets of all individuals in a household for purposes of eligibility for any means-tested public assistance; eligibility requirements for persons or families of low and moderate income to receive certain housing, housing assistance, grants, loans, or benefits from the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority, the Department of Administration, and local housing authorities; reducing the authority of local housing authorities; eligibility requirement for purposes of receiving low-income energy assistance; prohibiting new claims under the earned income tax credit; limiting eligibility for the homestead tax credit; elimination of certain grant programs administered by the Higher Educational Aids Board and transfer of the unencumbered balances in the appropriations for those programs to the University of Wisconsin System for the purpose of tuition reduction; consideration of the income and assets of both parents of a student under 22 years of age for purposes of awarding a grant or scholarship to such a student and the permissible uses of grant or scholarship moneys awarded; income eligibility requirements for enrollment in a private school participating in a parental choice program; the school lunch program; and granting rule-making authority. Hide