Wisconsin Bills: Search Results

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SB 507 (2009-2010) - An Act Relating to Changing the Fees Collected by a Register of Deeds, the Redaction of Social Security Numbers from Electronic Documents, and Changes to the Land Information Program.

Senior Issues

Jon Erpenbach, John Lehman, Dave Hansen, Pat Kreitlow, Kathleen Vinehout, Fred Risser, Lena Taylor / The bill has become law (chaptered).

An Act to renumber and amend 59.72 (4); to amend 16.967 (7) (a) (intro.), 59.43 (2) (ag) 1., 59.43 (2) (e), 59.43 (2) (i), 59.72 (3) (b), 59.72 (5) (a), 59.72 (5) (b) (intro.) and 59.72 (5) (b) 3.; and to create 16.967 (3) (f), 16.967 (3) (g), 16.967 (7m), 59.43 (2) (L), 59.43 (4) (c), 59.43 (4) (d), 59.72 (2), 59.72 (3m), 59.72 (4) (b), 59.72 (5) (b) 1m. and 59.72 (6) of the statutes; relating… More
An Act to renumber and amend 59.72 (4); to amend 16.967 (7) (a) (intro.), 59.43 (2) (ag) 1., 59.43 (2) (e), 59.43 (2) (i), 59.72 (3) (b), 59.72 (5) (a), 59.72 (5) (b) (intro.) and 59.72 (5) (b) 3.; and to create 16.967 (3) (f), 16.967 (3) (g), 16.967 (7m), 59.43 (2) (L), 59.43 (4) (c), 59.43 (4) (d), 59.72 (2), 59.72 (3m), 59.72 (4) (b), 59.72 (5) (b) 1m. and 59.72 (6) of the statutes; relating to: changing the fees collected by a register of deeds, the redaction of social security numbers from electronic documents, and changes to the land information program. Hide

SB 480 (2009-2010) - An Act Relating to Adopting Revised Article 7 of the Uniform Commercial Code, Concerning Documents of Title.

Commerce

Fred Risser, Lena Taylor / The bill has become law (chaptered).

An Act to amend 99.01 (2), 137.24 (1), 402.104 (2), 402.310 (3), 402.323 (2) (intro.), 402.401 (3) (a), 402.401 (3) (b), 402.503 (4) (b), 402.503 (5) (b), 402.505 (1) (b), 402.505 (2), 402.506 (2), 402.509 (2) (a), 402.509 (2) (c), 402.605 (2), 402.705 (2) (c), 402.705 (3) (c), 404.210 (3) (intro.), 409.203 (2) (c) 4., 409.207 (3) (intro.), 409.208 (2) (d), 409.208 (2) (e), 409.301 (3) (intro.),… More
An Act to amend 99.01 (2), 137.24 (1), 402.104 (2), 402.310 (3), 402.323 (2) (intro.), 402.401 (3) (a), 402.401 (3) (b), 402.503 (4) (b), 402.503 (5) (b), 402.505 (1) (b), 402.505 (2), 402.506 (2), 402.509 (2) (a), 402.509 (2) (c), 402.605 (2), 402.705 (2) (c), 402.705 (3) (c), 404.210 (3) (intro.), 409.203 (2) (c) 4., 409.207 (3) (intro.), 409.208 (2) (d), 409.208 (2) (e), 409.301 (3) (intro.), 409.310 (2) (e), 409.310 (2) (h), 409.312 (5), 409.313 (1), 409.314 (1), 409.314 (2), 409.317 (2), 409.317 (4), 409.338 (2), 409.601 (2), 411.103 (1) (a), 411.103 (1) (o), 411.514 (2), 411.526 (2) (c) and 799.45 (3) (b); to repeal and recreate chapter 407; and to create 137.12 (6), 402.103 (3) (dm), 404.104 (3) (fc), 408.103 (7), 409.102 (2) (df) and 409.208 (2) (f) of the statutes; relating to: adopting revised Article 7 of the Uniform Commercial Code, concerning documents of title. Hide

SB 473 (2009-2010) - An Act Relating to Modifications to the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act.

Federal, State, and Local Relations

Fred Risser, Lena Taylor / The bill has become law (chaptered).

An Act to repeal 769.101 (7), 769.101 (19) (b), 769.301 (2) and 769.612 (2); to renumber 769.102, 769.103 and 769.308; to renumber and amend 769.201, 769.207 (3), 769.307 (3), 769.319 and 769.604 (1); to consolidate, renumber and amend 769.101 (19) (intro.) and (a); to amend 767.01 (2), 767.80 (5m), 769.101 (2), 769.101 (4), 769.101 (8), 769.101 (9), 769.101 (10), 769.101 (12) (a), 769.101 (12)… More
An Act to repeal 769.101 (7), 769.101 (19) (b), 769.301 (2) and 769.612 (2); to renumber 769.102, 769.103 and 769.308; to renumber and amend 769.201, 769.207 (3), 769.307 (3), 769.319 and 769.604 (1); to consolidate, renumber and amend 769.101 (19) (intro.) and (a); to amend 767.01 (2), 767.80 (5m), 769.101 (2), 769.101 (4), 769.101 (8), 769.101 (9), 769.101 (10), 769.101 (12) (a), 769.101 (12) (b), 769.101 (14), 769.101 (15), 769.101 (16), 769.101 (17), 769.101 (20) (intro.), 769.101 (20) (a), 769.101 (20) (b), 769.101 (20) (c), 769.101 (20) (d), 769.101 (21), 769.101 (22), 769.203, 769.204 (title), 769.204 (1) (intro.), 769.204 (1) (a), 769.204 (1) (b), 769.204 (2) (intro.), 769.204 (2) (a), 769.204 (2) (c), 769.207 (title), 769.207 (1m) (intro.), 769.207 (1m) (a), 769.207 (1m) (b), 769.207 (1m) (c), 769.207 (1r), 769.207 (2), 769.208, 769.209, 769.301 (3), 769.302, 769.304 (1), 769.304 (2), 769.305 (1), 769.305 (2) (intro.), 769.305 (2) (a), 769.305 (2) (b), 769.305 (2) (h), 769.306, 769.307 (2) (intro.), 769.307 (2) (a), 769.307 (2) (d), 769.307 (2) (e), 769.31 (2) (b), 769.31 (2) (c), 769.311 (1), 769.312, 769.313 (2), 769.314 (1), 769.314 (3), 769.316 (1), 769.316 (2), 769.316 (4), 769.316 (5), 769.316 (6), 769.317, 769.318 (1), 769.318 (2), subchapter IV (title) of chapter 769 [precedes 769.401], 769.401 (1) (intro.), 769.401 (1) (a), 769.401 (1) (b), subchapter V (title) of chapter 769 [precedes 769.501], 769.501, 769.505, 769.506 (1), 769.507 (1), subchapter VI (title) of chapter 769 [precedes 769.601], 769.601, 769.602 (1) (intro.), 769.602 (1) (c), 769.602 (2), 769.603 (1), 769.603 (2), 769.603 (3), 769.604 (2), 769.605 (1), 769.605 (2) (a), 769.605 (2) (b), 769.605 (2) (c), 769.605 (3), 769.606 (title), 769.606 (1), 769.606 (2), 769.606 (3), 769.607 (1) (intro.), 769.607 (2), 769.607 (3), 769.608, 769.609, 769.61, 769.611 (1) (intro.), 769.611 (1) (a) 1., 769.611 (1) (b), 769.611 (3), 769.612 (intro.), 769.612 (1), 769.612 (3), 769.612 (4), 769.613 (title), 769.613 (1), 769.613 (2), 769.802 (2), 769.901 and 769.903 (title); to repeal and recreate 769.102 (title), 769.202, 769.205, 769.206, 769.401 (2) and subchapter VII of chapter 769 [precedes 769.701]; and to create 769.101 (2c), 769.101 (3c), 769.101 (3g), 769.101 (3m), 769.101 (8m), 769.101 (12) (d), 769.101 (13) (d), 769.101 (13m), 769.101 (13r), 769.101 (20) (e), 769.102 (2), 769.103 (2), 769.105, 769.201 (2m), 769.207 (3) (b), 769.207 (3) (c), 769.207 (5), 769.210, 769.211, 769.305 (6), 769.307 (3m), 769.307 (4), 769.307 (5), 769.308 (2), 769.316 (10), 769.319 (2), 769.319 (3), 769.402, 769.602 (4), 769.602 (5), 769.604 (1) (c), 769.604 (3), 769.604 (4), 769.605 (2m), 769.607 (1) (h), 769.611 (3m), 769.611 (5), 769.615 and 769.616 of the statutes; relating to: modifications to the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act. Hide

SB 472 (2009-2010) - An Act Relating to Adopting Revised Article 1 of the Uniform Commercial Code Concerning General Provisions.

Commerce

Fred Risser, Lena Taylor / The bill has become law (chaptered).

An Act to amend 59.43 (1) (L), 59.43 (1) (n), 126.25 (11), 137.12 (2) (b), 137.24 (4), 340.01 (56o), 342.03, 402.202 (1), 402.208 (2), 403.103 (1) (j), 407.102 (1) (e), 407.103 (2), 410.106 (1), 410.204 (2), 411.501 (4), 706.08 (4) (c) and 893.36 (1g) (a); and to repeal and recreate chapter 401 of the statutes; relating to: adopting revised article 1 of the Uniform Commercial Code concerning… More
An Act to amend 59.43 (1) (L), 59.43 (1) (n), 126.25 (11), 137.12 (2) (b), 137.24 (4), 340.01 (56o), 342.03, 402.202 (1), 402.208 (2), 403.103 (1) (j), 407.102 (1) (e), 407.103 (2), 410.106 (1), 410.204 (2), 411.501 (4), 706.08 (4) (c) and 893.36 (1g) (a); and to repeal and recreate chapter 401 of the statutes; relating to: adopting revised article 1 of the Uniform Commercial Code concerning general provisions. Hide

SB 417 (2009-2010) - An Act Relating to the Threshold for Registration and Reporting by Groups and Individuals Seeking to Influence Referendum Results.

Campaign Finance and Election Issues

Senate Committee on Judiciary, Corrections, Insurance, Campaign Finance Reform, and Housing / The bill has become law (chaptered).

An Act to amend 11.05 (1), 11.05 (2), 11.05 (2r), 11.05 (12) (b), 11.07 (1), 11.23 (1) and 11.38 (8) (b) of the statutes; relating to: the threshold for registration and reporting by groups and individuals seeking to influence referendum results.

SB 412 (2009-2010) - An Act Relating to Changing Certain Administrative Procedures Under the Tax Incremental Financing Program.

Housing and Property

Jon Erpenbach, Jim Holperin, Mark Miller, Jeff Plale, Sheila Harsdorf / The bill has become law (chaptered).

An Act to amend 60.85 (6) (a) (intro.), 60.85 (6) (am), 66.1105 (4) (gm) 4. c., 66.1105 (5) (b), 66.1105 (6) (a) (intro.), 66.1105 (6) (ae), 66.1106 (7) (a) and 66.1106 (7) (am); and to create 66.1105 (4m) (e), 66.1105 (10) (c) and 66.1105 (12) of the statutes; relating to: changing certain administrative procedures under the tax incremental financing program.

SB 375 (2009-2010) - An Act Relating to the Exchange of Electronic Records Contained in the Consolidated Court Automation Program and in the Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information System Between the Director of State Courts and the Department of Children and Families and Providing a Penalty.

Judiciary

Jim Sullivan, Lena Taylor, Spencer Coggs, Alberta Darling, John Lehman / The bill has become law (chaptered).

An Act to amend 48.396 (2) (a), 48.47 (7g), 48.78 (2) (a), 938.396 (2) and 938.78 (2) (a); and to create 48.396 (3) of the statutes; relating to: the exchange of electronic records contained in the Consolidated Court Automation Program and in the Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information System between the director of state courts and the Department of Children and Families and providing a… More
An Act to amend 48.396 (2) (a), 48.47 (7g), 48.78 (2) (a), 938.396 (2) and 938.78 (2) (a); and to create 48.396 (3) of the statutes; relating to: the exchange of electronic records contained in the Consolidated Court Automation Program and in the Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information System between the director of state courts and the Department of Children and Families and providing a penalty. Hide

SB 321 (2009-2010) - An Act Relating to Operation of Neighborhood Electric Vehicles.

State Agencies

Kathleen Vinehout, Jim Holperin, Mary Lazich, Jon Erpenbach, Robert Cowles, Michael Ellis, Dale Schultz, Lena Taylor / The bill has become law (chaptered).

An Act to repeal 349.26 (3); and to renumber and amend 349.26 (2) of the statutes; relating to: operation of neighborhood electric vehicles.

SB 291 (2009-2010) - An Act Relating to Authorizing the Designation of a Tax Incremental District As Distressed and Expanding the Use of Donor Tax Incremental Districts.

Housing and Property

Jim Sullivan, Dale Schultz, Jim Holperin, Pat Kreitlow, Lena Taylor / The bill has become law (chaptered).

An Act to amend 20.566 (2) (hm); and to create 66.1105 (4e), 66.1105 (6) (f) 2. c. and 66.1105 (7) (au) of the statutes; relating to: authorizing the designation of a tax incremental district as distressed and expanding the use of donor tax incremental districts.

SB 193 (2009-2010) - An Act Relating to Raffle Licenses.

Federal, State, and Local Relations

Jim Holperin, Jeff Plale, Neal Kedzie, Dan Kapanke, Dave Hansen, Spencer Coggs / The bill has become law (chaptered).

An Act to amend 563.905 (1) of the statutes; relating to: raffle licenses.