Wisconsin Bills: Search Results

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SB 387 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to Use of Special Identification Cards for Persons with Physical Disabilities.

Enacted into law

Frank Lasee, Lena Taylor, Mary Lazich, Glenn Grothman / The bill has become law (chaptered).

Relating to: use of special identification cards for persons with physical disabilities.

SB 509 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to Operation of Agricultural Vehicles on Highways and Providing a Penalty.

Enacted into law

Jerry Petrowski, Robert Cowles, Glenn Grothman, Richard Gudex, Sheila Harsdorf, Terry Moulton, Luther Olsen / The bill has become law (chaptered).

Relating to: operation of agricultural vehicles on highways and providing a penalty.

SB 325 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to Controlled Substances, and Providing a Penalty.

Enacted into law

Sheila Harsdorf, Bob Jauch, Neal Kedzie, Richard Gudex, Julie Lassa / The bill has become law (chaptered).

Relating to: controlled substances, and providing a penalty.

SB 63 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to the Composition of the State Capitol and Executive Residence Board.

Enacted into law

Fred Risser, Dale Schultz, Luther Olsen / The bill has become law (chaptered).

Relating to: the composition of the State Capitol and Executive Residence Board.

SB 504 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to Waiver of a Parent's Right to Counsel in a Contested Adoption or an Involuntary Termination of Parental Rights Proceeding for Failure to Personally Appear As Ordered by the Juvenile Court.

Enacted into law

Mary Lazich / The bill has become law (chaptered).

Relating to: waiver of a parent's right to counsel in a contested adoption or an involuntary termination of parental rights proceeding for failure to personally appear as ordered by the juvenile court.

SB 482 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to Snowmobile Safety Program Field Training Requirements.

Enacted into law

Sheila Harsdorf, Lena Taylor / The bill has become law (chaptered).

Relating to: snowmobile safety program field training requirements.

SB 451 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to Extended Out-Of-Home Care to 21 Years of Age for Children with Individualized Education Programs, Providing an Exemption from Emergency Rule Procedures, Providing an Exemption from Rule-Making Procedures, and Granting Rule-Making Authority.

Enacted into law

Terry Moulton, Alberta Darling, Lena Taylor / The bill has become law (chaptered).

Relating to: extended out-of-home care to 21 years of age for children with individualized education programs, providing an exemption from emergency rule procedures, providing an exemption from rule-making procedures, and granting rule-making authority.

SB 499 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to Creating a Property Tax Exemption for a Nonprofit Youth Baseball Association.

Enacted into law

Mary Lazich / The bill has become law (chaptered).

Relating to: creating a property tax exemption for a nonprofit youth baseball association.

SB 668 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to Notifications to Law Enforcement Officers and Dissemination to the Public when Registered Out-Of-State Sex Offenders Enter a Community.

Enacted into law

Glenn Grothman, Tim Carpenter, Julie Lassa, Jerry Petrowski, Neal Kedzie, Dale Schultz / The bill has become law (chaptered).

Relating to: notifications to law enforcement officers and dissemination to the public when registered out-of-state sex offenders enter a community.

SB 540 (2013-2014) - An Act Relating to Authorizing a School Board to Create a Capital Improvement Trust Fund.

Enacted into law

Luther Olsen, John Lehman / The bill has become law (chaptered).

Relating to: authorizing a school board to create a capital improvement trust fund.