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Conservatively Speaking

State Senator Mary Lazich (R-New Berlin) represents parts of four counties: Milwaukee, Waukesha, Racine, and Walworth. Her Senate District 28 includes New Berlin, Franklin, Greendale, Hales Corners, Muskego, Waterford, Big Bend, the town of Vernon and parts of Greenfield, East Troy, and Mukwonago. Senator Lazich has been in the Legislature for more than a decade. She considers herself a tireless crusader for lower taxes, reduced spending and smaller government.

Another long day in the state Senate


The state Senate ended its floor session at 7:15 tonight after a day interrupted by three Senate Democrat caucuses, one of them lasting over four hours. Unusual sequencing made for a less than smooth day on the Senate floor. Twice Democrats moved to leave the floor to meet in caucus after members of the majority party disagreed about amendments.

Proceedings were abruptly gaveled to a close after state Senate Democrat Tim Carpenter took issue that the chair, Senate President Fred Risser would not allow a vote on a prescription drug bill.

Like Tuesday’s session this week, today’s lengthy state Senate calendar did not include any bills authored by Republicans.

The state Senate has three possible floor sessions remaining in the current legislative session: April 20, 21, and 22.


Here was the calendar for today's floor session:


First Order.                Call of Roll.

Second Order.            Chief clerk's entries.

Third Order.               Introduction, first reading and reference of proposals.

Fourth Order.             Report of committees.

Fifth Order.                Petitions and communications.

Sixth Order.                Referrals and receipt of committee reports concerning proposed administrative rules.

Seventh Order.           Advice and consent of the Senate

Eighth Order.             Messages from the Assembly.

QUESTION:        Shall the Assembly amendment be concurred in?

Senate Bill 399. Relating to: authorizing two or more cities, villages, towns, or counties, or a combination of such political subdivisions, to create a commission to issue conduit revenue bonds and exercise eminent domain authority and exempting from taxation interest on such bonds. (FE)  By Senators Kreitlow, Plale, Hopper, Darling, Taylor, Schultz, Hansen, and Olsen; cosponsored by Representatives Seidel, Hilgenberg, Dexter, Fields, Berceau, Jorgensen, Petrowski, Smith, Staskunas, Benedict, Hintz, and Hraychuck.

      Assembly Amendment 1 pending

Ninth Order.               Special Orders.

Tenth Order.              Consideration of motions, resolutions, and joint resolutions not requiring a third reading.

QUESTION:        Shall the joint resolution be adopted?

Senate Joint Resolution 65. Relating to: lead poisoning hazards, lead abatement, and requesting a study.  By Senators Coggs, Jauch, Wirch, Miller, and Taylor; cosponsored by Representatives Young, Black, Hebl, Hixson, Garthwaite, Berceau, Turner, Zepnick, Benedict, Bernard Schaber, Pasch, and A. Williams. (Report adoption recommended by committee on Public Health, Senior Issues, Long-Term Care, and Job Creation, Ayes 5, Noes 0)

Senate Joint Resolution 66. Relating to: proclaiming May 5, 2010, as Undergraduate Research Day and commending University of Wisconsin System students, faculty, and staff.  By Senator Lassa; cosponsored by Representative Molepske Jr..

Senate Joint Resolution 68. Relating to: commending the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point men's basketball team.  By Senator Lassa; cosponsored by Representative Molepske Jr..

Senate Joint Resolution 69. Relating to: commending past and present members of the Friends of the Wisconsin Historical Society on its 60th anniversary.  By Senators Risser and Schultz.

QUESTION:        Shall the joint resolution be concurred in?

Assembly Joint Resolution 101. Relating to: commending Fond du Lac High School on its sesquicentennial.  By Representative Townsend; cosponsored by Senator Hopper.

Assembly Joint Resolution 122. Relating to: declaring April as Forensic Month in Wisconsin.  By Representatives Nelson, Ballweg, Zepnick, Zigmunt, Kaufert, Hintz, Dexter, Pasch, Hebl, Turner, Berceau, Brooks, Black, and Bernard Schaber; cosponsored by Senator Taylor.

Eleventh Order.         Second reading and amendments of senate joint resolutions and senate bills.

QUESTION:        Shall the bill be ordered to a third reading?

Senate Bill 172. Relating to: limiting a city's and village's use of direct annexation and authorizing limited town challenges to an annexation. (FE)  By Senators Holperin, A. Lasee, and Schultz; cosponsored by Representatives Jorgensen, Clark, Danou, Hilgenberg, Bies, Brooks, Gunderson, Kerkman, LeMahieu, A. Ott, Petersen, Ripp, Roth, Townsend, and Vos. (Report adoption of Senate Amendment 1, Ayes 5, Noes 0, adoption of Senate Amendment 2, Ayes 5, Noes 0, passage as amended recommended by committee on Labor, Elections and Urban Affairs, Ayes 5, Noes 0)

      Senate Amendment 1 and 2 pending

Senate Bill 273. Relating to: creation of renewable resource credits by electric providers and granting rule-making authority.  By Senators Plale, Cowles, Leibham, Sullivan, Holperin, Taylor, Lassa, Hopper, Darling, Olsen, A. Lasee, Hansen, Kapanke, Schultz, Risser, and Lazich; cosponsored by Representatives Zigmunt, Soletski, Ziegelbauer, Kestell, Gunderson, Berceau, Nelson, Milroy, Grigsby, Turner, Montgomery, Huebsch, Van Roy, Nygren, Suder, Townsend, Gottlieb, Spanbauer, Davis, Dexter, A. Ott, Bernard Schaber, Van Akkeren, Hixson, Zepnick, Honadel, Danou, Zipperer, Ripp, Benedict, M. Williams, LeMahieu, and Wood. (Report passage recommended by committee on Commerce, Utilities, Energy, and Rail, Ayes 7, Noes 0)

Senate Bill 304. Relating to: the veterans tuition reimbursement program. (FE)  By Senators Kreitlow, Harsdorf, Lassa, Olsen, Darling, Coggs, Taylor, Schultz, and Hansen; cosponsored by Representatives Dexter, Berceau, Vruwink, Molepske Jr., Brooks, Pridemore, Bies, Hebl, Sinicki, Turner, A. Williams, Gunderson, Jorgensen, Zepnick, Grigsby, and Clark. (Report passage recommended by joint committee on Finance, Ayes 15, Noes 0)

Senate Bill 314. Relating to: traditional neighborhood development ordinances, mixed-use zoning, and the state housing strategy plan.  By Joint Legislative Council. (Report passage recommended by committee on Commerce, Utilities, Energy, and Rail, Ayes 7, Noes 0)

Senate Bill 342. Relating to: pupils attending a school district under the Open Enrollment Program who are habitually truant.  By Senators Kreitlow, Lehman, Taylor, and Darling; cosponsored by Representatives Smith, Pope-Roberts, Staskunas, Krusick, and Molepske Jr.. (Report passage recommended by committee on Education, Ayes 7, Noes 0)

Senate Bill 417. Relating to: the threshold for registration and reporting by groups and individuals seeking to influence referendum results.  By Committee on Judiciary, Corrections, Insurance, Campaign Finance Reform, and Housing. (Report passage recommended by committee on Judiciary, Corrections, Insurance, Campaign Finance Reform, and Housing, Ayes 5, Noes 0)

Senate Bill 434. Relating to: the sale of unpasteurized milk, buttermilk, butter, and cream. (FE)  By Senators Kreitlow, Grothman, Taylor, Holperin, Darling, Kapanke, Leibham, and Schultz; cosponsored by Representatives Danou, Hilgenberg, Milroy, Gunderson, Ballweg, Richards, Pope-Roberts, Berceau, Vos, Kerkman, LeMahieu, Roys, Soletski, Sherman, Pridemore, and Newcomer. (Report adoption of Senate Substitute Amendment 1, Ayes 5, Noes 0, passage as amended recommended by committee on Agriculture and Higher Education, Ayes 5, Noes 0)

      Senate Amendment 1 to Senate Substitute Amendment 1, and Senate Substitute Amendment 1 pending

Senate Bill 437. Relating to: authorizing the state superintendent of public instruction to direct a school district to implement a new curriculum or instructional design, make personnel changes, or adopt accountability measures, and requiring the exercise of rule-making authority. (FE)  By Committee on Education. (Report adoption of Senate Substitute Amendment 1, Ayes 5, Noes 2, passage as amended recommended by committee on Education, Ayes 5, Noes 2)

      Senate Substitute Amendment 1 pending

Senate Bill 456. Relating to: special distinguishing registration plates supporting motorcycle safety and making appropriations. (FE)  By Senators Sullivan, Lehman, Taylor, Olsen, Schultz, Hansen, Wirch, and Plale; cosponsored by Representatives Vruwink, Honadel, Ziegelbauer, Sinicki, Turner, Fields, Schneider, Zepnick, and A. Ott. (Report adoption of Senate Amendment 1, Ayes 15, Noes 0, adoption of Senate Amendment 2, Ayes 15, Noes 0, passage as amended recommended by joint committee on Finance, Ayes 15, Noes 0)

      Senate Amendment 1 and 2 pending

Senate Bill 502. Relating to: exempting wellness programs from unfair trade or marketing practices. (FE)  By Senators Sullivan, Darling, Taylor, Schultz, Lazich, Wirch, Cowles, and Hansen; cosponsored by Representatives Zigmunt, Kaufert, Nygren, Vos, Shilling, Molepske Jr., Vruwink, Sinicki, Jorgensen, Turner, Roys, Benedict, Pasch, Montgomery, Cullen, Barca, Soletski, Ripp, Van Roy, and Zepnick. (Report passage recommended by committee on Health, Health Insurance, Privacy, Property Tax Relief, and Revenue, Ayes 7, Noes 0)

Senate Bill 552. Relating to: consideration for the purpose of gambling.  By Senators Hansen and Taylor; cosponsored by Representative Berceau. (Report passage recommended by committee on Ethics Reform and Government Operations, Ayes 5, Noes 0)

Senate Bill 578. Relating to: adding a member to the council on veterans programs.  By Senators Kreitlow, Taylor, and Carpenter; cosponsored by Representatives Dexter, Suder, Hebl, Berceau, Mason, and Petersen. (Report passage recommended by committee on Veterans and Military Affairs, Biotechnology, and Financial Institutions, Ayes 4, Noes 0)

Senate Bill 581. Relating to: prohibiting social security numbers on instruments under the corporate registration system and on records under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code.  By Senators Sullivan, A. Lasee, Taylor, and Plale; cosponsored by Representatives Fields, Zigmunt, Vos, Berceau, Pope-Roberts, Townsend, and Lothian. (Report passage recommended by committee on Veterans and Military Affairs, Biotechnology, and Financial Institutions, Ayes 4, Noes 0)

Senate Bill 585. Relating to: prohibiting discrimination against an employee who declines to attend an employer-sponsored meeting or to participate in any communication with the employer or with an agent, representative, or designee of the employer, the primary purpose of which is to communicate the opinion of the employer about religious or political matters. (FE)  By Senators Coggs, Hansen, Lassa, Kreitlow, Wirch, and Taylor; cosponsored by Representatives Van Akkeren, Sinicki, Milroy, Berceau, Black, Pope-Roberts, Pasch, Young, Pocan, Turner, and Grigsby. (Report passage recommended by committee on Labor, Elections and Urban Affairs, Ayes 3, Noes 2)

Senate Bill 586. Relating to: apprentice contracts, the appointment and composition of the Wisconsin Apprenticeship Council, requiring the exercise of rule-making authority, and providing a penalty. (FE)  By Senator Coggs; cosponsored by Representatives Toles, Sheridan, and Sinicki. (Report passage recommended by committee on Labor, Elections and Urban Affairs, Ayes 5, Noes 0)

Senate Bill 587. Relating to: commercial real estate liens and recording a correction instrument and a lis pendens.  By Senators Sullivan, Taylor, Plale, Jauch, Cowles, and Darling; cosponsored by Representatives Richards, Hubler, Turner, Molepske Jr., Van Roy, Townsend, Smith, Gunderson, Petersen, and Soletski. (Report adoption of Senate Amendment 1, Ayes 4, Noes 0, passage as amended recommended by committee on Veterans and Military Affairs, Biotechnology, and Financial Institutions, Ayes 4, Noes 0)

      Senate Amendment 1 pending

Senate Bill 590. Relating to: petitions and management plans for the designation of managed forest land; transferrals of ownership of managed forest land; establishing stumpage values, filing cutting reports, and estimating withdrawal taxes under the managed forest land program; signatures and authentication requirements for orders under the forest croplands program; granting rule-making authority; making an appropriation; and providing a penalty. (FE)  By Senators Holperin and Taylor; cosponsored by Representatives Clark, Friske, Mursau, and Turner. (Report passage recommended by committee on Transportation, Tourism, Forestry, and Natural Resources, Ayes 7, Noes 0)

Senate Bill 601. Relating to: comprehensive planning. (FE)  By Senators Kreitlow and Harsdorf; cosponsored by Representatives Hubler and Brooks. (Report passage recommended by committee on Ethics Reform and Government Operations, Ayes 5, Noes 0)

Senate Bill 604. Relating to: defining political subdivision of a state for purposes of the Wisconsin Uniform Securities Law.  By Senator Wirch; cosponsored by Representative Barca. (Report adoption of Senate Amendment 1, Ayes 5, Noes 0, passage as amended recommended by committee on Ethics Reform and Government Operations, Ayes 5, Noes 0)

      Senate Amendment 1 pending

Senate Bill 609. Relating to: requiring informed consent before administration of psychotropic medication to a nursing home resident who has degenerative brain disorder. (FE)  By Senator Holperin; cosponsored by Representatives Meyer, Pasch, Gunderson, A. Ott, Nerison, and Wood. (Report adoption of Senate Amendment 1 to Senate Amendment 1, Ayes 5, Noes 0, adoption of Senate Amendment 1, Ayes 5, Noes 0, passage as amended recommended by committee on Public Health, Senior Issues, Long-Term Care, and Job Creation, Ayes 5, Noes 0)

      Senate Amendment 1 to Senate Amendment 1, and Senate Amendment 1 pending

Senate Bill 614. Relating to: the operation of motor vehicles on the exposed beds of outlying waters to control Phragmites australis. (FE)  By Senators Hansen and Holperin; cosponsored by Representatives Soletski, Nygren, Van Roy, Bies, A. Ott, and Townsend. (Report adoption of Senate Amendment 1, Ayes 7, Noes 0, passage as amended recommended by committee on Transportation, Tourism, Forestry, and Natural Resources, Ayes 6, Noes 1)

      Senate Amendment 1 pending

Senate Bill 615. Relating to: exemption for interstate natural gas companies from certain requirements regarding real estate transactions and court actions, creation and powers of municipal electric companies, and exemption from certificate of public convenience and necessity for certain electric transmission line projects.  By Senator Plale; cosponsored by Representative Soletski. (Report adoption of Senate Amendment 1, Ayes 7, Noes 0, passage as amended recommended by committee on Commerce, Utilities, Energy, and Rail, Ayes 7, Noes 0)

      Senate Amendment 1 pending

Senate Bill 618. Relating to: raffles.  By Senators Decker, Hansen, Holperin, Lassa, Grothman, Cowles, Taylor, and Schultz; cosponsored by Representatives Soletski, Zigmunt, Ziegelbauer, Vos, Petersen, Nass, A. Williams, and M. Williams. (Report passage recommended by committee on Ethics Reform and Government Operations, Ayes 5, Noes 0)

Senate Bill 619. Relating to: Celebrate Children special distinguishing registration plates. (FE)  By Senators Lassa, Hansen, Lehman, Miller, and Taylor; cosponsored by Representatives Seidel, Barca, Berceau, Davis, and Shilling. (Report passage recommended by committee on Transportation, Tourism, Forestry, and Natural Resources, Ayes 6, Noes 1)

Senate Bill 622. Relating to: the number of raffles permitted in a year.  By Senators Holperin, Taylor, Grothman, and Hansen; cosponsored by Representative Gunderson. (Report passage recommended by committee on Ethics Reform and Government Operations, Ayes 5, Noes 0)

Senate Bill 625. Relating to: streamlined sales and use tax agreement changes. (FE)  By Senator Jauch; cosponsored by Representative Sherman. (Report passage recommended by joint committee on Finance, Ayes 11, Noes 4)

Senate Bill 656. Relating to: construction of a rural dental education outreach facility in Marshfield, granting bonding authority, and making an appropriation. (FE)  By Senators Miller, Decker, Lassa, Kreitlow, Jauch, Holperin, Vinehout, Taylor, and Hansen; cosponsored by Representatives Pocan, Sheridan, Vruwink, Sherman, Schneider, Molepske Jr., Dexter, Hraychuck, Hubler, Milroy, Seidel, Pasch, Bernard Schaber, Suder, Berceau, Grigsby, Hilgenberg, and Kessler. (Report passage recommended by joint committee on Finance, Ayes 12, Noes 3)

Senate Bill 681. Relating to: adopting the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children and making an appropriation. (FE)  By Senators Lehman, Olsen, Schultz, and Taylor; cosponsored by Representatives Pope-Roberts, Radcliffe, Zigmunt, Hilgenberg, Berceau, Sinicki, Turner, and Townsend. (Report passage recommended by committee on Education, Ayes 7, Noes 0)

Twelfth Order.            Second reading and amendments of assembly joint resolutions and assembly bills.

QUESTION:        Shall the bill be ordered to a third reading?

Assembly Bill 260. Relating to: extraterritorial plat approval on basis of land's use.  By Representatives Smith, Jorgensen, Roth, Hubler, Schneider, Vruwink, Danou, Fields, Clark, Dexter, Ripp, Kerkman, Kestell, Bies, Brooks, Gunderson, A. Ott, Ballweg, and Suder; cosponsored by Senators Kreitlow, Vinehout, Holperin, Harsdorf, and Olsen. (Report concurrence recommended by committee on Rural Issues, Biofuels, and Information Technology, Ayes 5, Noes 0)

Assembly Bill 269. Relating to: causing injury to a law enforcement officer while resisting or obstructing an officer or while attempting to flee and providing a penalty. (FE)  By Representatives Danou, Milroy, Brooks, Kerkman, Bies, Sinicki, Kaufert, Jorgensen, Townsend, Zigmunt, Smith, Berceau, Soletski, Hraychuck, Pasch, Zepnick, Dexter, Clark, and Spanbauer; cosponsored by Senators Sullivan, Kreitlow, Plale, Carpenter, Kapanke, and Schultz. (Report adoption of Senate Amendment 1, Ayes 5, Noes 0, concurrence as amended recommended by committee on Judiciary, Corrections, Insurance, Campaign Finance Reform, and Housing, Ayes 5, Noes 0)

      Senate Amendment 1 pending

Assembly Bill 296. Relating to: children and their families who are involved in two or more systems of care and making an appropriation. (FE)  By Joint Legislative Council. (Report concurrence recommended by committee on Children and Families and Workforce Development, Ayes 4, Noes 1)

Assembly Bill 314. Relating to: pesticide use by railroads, granting rule-making authority, and making an appropriation. (FE)  By Representatives Molepske Jr., Berceau, Richards, Sinicki, Milroy, Black, Benedict, Turner, Zigmunt, Jorgensen, Roys, A. Williams, Soletski, and Smith; cosponsored by Senators Wirch, Lassa, Plale, Hansen, and Lehman. (Report adoption of Senate Amendment 1, Ayes 7, Noes 0, concurrence as amended recommended by committee on Commerce, Utilities, Energy and Rail, Ayes 7, Noes 0)

      Senate Amendment 1 pending

Assembly Bill 371. Relating to: privileges under a Class A or Class B bear hunting license, and bear carcass tag and back tag requirements. (FE)  By Representatives Hraychuck, Vruwink, Brooks, Gunderson, Friske, Murtha, Danou, Smith, and Suder; cosponsored by Senators Holperin, Wirch, Vinehout, Olsen, Grothman, Hopper, Schultz, Hansen, Kreitlow, and Cowles. (Report adoption of Senate Amendment 1, Ayes 7, Noes 0, concurrence as amended recommended by committee on Transportation, Tourism, Forestry, and Natural Resources, Ayes 6, Noes 1)

      Senate Amendment 1 pending

Assembly Bill 417. Relating to: requirements for initial licensure as a veterinarian.  By Representatives Vruwink, Molepske Jr., Berceau, Townsend, Gunderson, A. Ott, Brooks, Tauchen, Jorgensen, Radcliffe, Zepnick, Danou, and Mason; cosponsored by Senators Hopper, Olsen, and Lassa. (Report concurrence recommended by committee on Labor, Elections and Urban Affairs, Ayes 5, Noes 0)

Assembly Bill 430. Relating to: making October 10, William D. Hoard Day, a legal holiday.  By Representatives Jorgensen, Vruwink, Zigmunt, Turner, Tauchen, Strachota, Steinbrink, Ripp, A. Ott, Molepske Jr., Hixson, Hilgenberg, Hebl, Garthwaite, Brooks, Berceau, and Barca; cosponsored by Senators Vinehout and Taylor. (Report adoption of Senate Substitute Amendment 1, Ayes 5, Noes 0, concurrence as amended recommended by committee on Ethics Reform and Government Operations, Ayes 5, Noes 0)

      Senate Substitute Amendment 1 pending

Assembly Bill 552. Relating to: following snowplows and providing a penalty.  By Representatives Kaufert, Berceau, Smith, Brooks, Kerkman, Mursau, Zepnick, Lothian, Townsend, and Clark; cosponsored by Senators Hansen, Lehman, Taylor, and Schultz. (Report concurrence recommended by committee on Transportation, Tourism, Forestry, and Natural Resources, Ayes 7, Noes 0)

Assembly Bill 588. Relating to: changes to the regulation of massage therapy and bodywork, creating the Massage Therapy and Bodywork Therapy Examining Board, and granting rule-making authority.  By Representatives Berceau, Kaufert, Pope-Roberts, Suder, Van Roy, Hilgenberg, Staskunas, Ballweg, Molepske Jr., and Steinbrink; cosponsored by Senators Hansen, Taylor, Wirch, Ellis, Olsen, and Risser. (Report concurrence recommended by committee on Health, Health Insurance, Privacy, Property Tax Relief, and Revenue, Ayes 6, Noes 0)

Assembly Bill 599. Relating to: a speed limit for the operation of snowmobiles during the hours of darkness. (FE)  By Representatives Kaufert, Hubler, Honadel, Black, A. Ott, Ziegelbauer, Brooks, Ballweg, Kerkman, Gottlieb, Berceau, Lothian, Bies, Townsend, and Zepnick; cosponsored by Senators Erpenbach, Cowles, Hansen, and Taylor. (Report concurrence recommended by committee on Transportation, Tourism, Forestry, and Natural Resources, Ayes 7, Noes 0)

Assembly Bill 633. Relating to: using county jail funds for costs related to providing educational and medical services to county jail inmates. (FE)  By Representatives Clark, Ballweg, Grigsby, Gunderson, Molepske Jr., M. Williams, A. Ott, Spanbauer, Parisi, and Zepnick; cosponsored by Senators Olsen, Taylor, Darling, Miller, Schultz, Risser, and Lassa. (Report concurrence recommended by committee on Ethics Reform and Government Operations, Ayes 5, Noes 0)

Assembly Bill 650. Relating to: person under age 18 playing bingo.  By Representatives Vruwink, Hubler, Zepnick, and Schneider; cosponsored by Senators Plale, Taylor, and Grothman. (Report concurrence recommended by committee on Ethics Reform and Government Operations, Ayes 5, Noes 0)

Assembly Bill 658. Relating to: qualifications of mortgage loan originators.  By Representatives Parisi and Fields; cosponsored by Senator Miller. (Report concurrence recommended by committee on Veterans and Military Affairs, Biotechnology, and Financial Institutions, Ayes 3, Noes 1)

Assembly Bill 720. Relating to: repealing, consolidating, renumbering, amending, and revising various provisions of the statutes for the purpose of correcting errors, supplying omissions, correcting and clarifying references, eliminating defects, anachronisms, conflicts, ambiguities, and obsolete provisions, reconciling conflicts, and repelling unintended repeals (Correction Bill).  By Law Revision Committee. (Report concurrence recommended by committee on Ethics Reform and Government Operations, Ayes 5, Noes 0)

Thirteenth Order.       Third reading of joint resolutions and bills.

Fourteenth Order.      Motions may be offered.

Fifteenth Order.         Announcements, adjournment honors, and remarks under special privilege.

Sixteenth Order.        Adjournment.

 

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