Tuesday, February 14

Committee on Economic Development and Veterans and Military Affairs

9:00 AM
330 Southwest
State Capitol
Public Hearing

Relating to: increasing the allowable number of project plan amendments, and lengthening the time during which tax increments may be allocated and expenditures for project costs may be made, for Tax Incremental District Number 3 in the city of Middleton.
By Senators Grothman, Erpenbach and Risser; cosponsored by Representatives Kleefisch, Roys and Pope-Roberts.

On the Committee on Economic Development and Veterans and Military Affairs

Senator Leibham (Chair)
Senator Darling (Vice-Chair)
Senator Wanggaard
Senator Galloway
Senator Lassa
Senator Taylor
Senator Shilling

Committee on Financial Institutions

10:00 AM
328 Northwest
State Capitol
Public Hearing

Relating to: adopting amendments to the Uniform Commercial Code Article 9, relating to secured transactions, recommended by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws.

By Representatives Ballweg, Petersen, Marklein, Spanbauer, A. Ott, Bernier, LeMahieu and Molepske Jr; cosponsored by Senators Grothman, Taylor, Risser and Lasee.

Relating to: audits and reports of state savings banks and state savings and loan associations.

By Representatives LeMahieu, Bies, Stroebel, Tranel, Ballweg, Zepnick and Fields; cosponsored by Senators Grothman and Schultz.

An Executive Session may be held on AB 549 upon conclusion of the Public Hearing.

On the Committee on Financial Institutions

Representative Kramer (Chair)
Representative Kooyenga (Vice-Chair)
Representative Kaufert
Representative Kerkman
Representative Marklein
Representative Tranel
Representative Craig
Representative Stroebel
Representative Fields
Representative Zepnick
Representative Young
Representative Hintz
Representative Richards

Committee meeting notice.

Committee on Transportation

10:00 AM
417 North (GAR Hall)
State Capitol
Executive Session

Relating to: maintenance and removal of vegetation obstructing the view of outdoor advertising signs along highways under the jurisdiction of the Department of Transportation.

By Representatives Honadel, Bies, Brooks, Kestell, LeMahieu, Mursau, Nerison, Nygren, Spanbauer, Staskunas, Stone, Strachota, Tiffany, Van Roy, Vruwink, Weininger and Wynn; cosponsored by Senators Grothman, Darling, Lasee, Moulton, Olsen and Schultz.

Relating to: a sales and use tax exemption for extended-range electric vehicles; a property tax exemption for tangible personal property used to recharge electric vehicles; the motor vehicle emission inspection and maintenance program and payments to the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation related to extended-range electric vehicles; a property and sales and use tax exemption for certain machinery and tangible personal property used to conduct research; and making an appropriation.

By Representatives Stone, Honadel, Staskunas, Mursau, Pasch, Kooyenga, Fields, Spanbauer, Richards and Turner; cosponsored by Senators Darling and Zipperer.

Relating to: exempting from income taxation certain employer-paid fringe benefits for mass transit expenses.

By Representatives Toles, Fields, Sinicki and Grigsby; cosponsored by Senators Taylor, Schultz and Risser.

Relating to: submitting written objections and appearing in person or by telephone at a hearing to review administrative suspension of motor vehicle operating privileges.

By Representatives Petrowski, Endsley, Krug, Brooks, Marklein, A. Ott and Spanbauer; cosponsored by Senators Lazich and Taylor.

Relating to: disqualification of commercial motor vehicle operators.

By Representatives Petrowski, A. Ott, Bies and Spanbauer; cosponsored by Senator Lazich, by request of Department of Transportation.

Relating to: the length of vehicles that may be operated on a highway and granting rule-making authority.

By Representatives Petrowski, A. Ott and Bies; cosponsored by Senators Lazich and Lasee, by request of Department of Transportation.

Relating to: designation of highways as scenic byways.
By Representatives Billings, Doyle, Krug, Clark, Steinbrink, Sinicki, Berceau, Spanbauer, Staskunas, Brooks, Vruwink, Pope-Roberts, Tranel, Thiesfeldt, Pasch and Bernard Schaber; cosponsored by Senators Shilling, Holperin, Lassa, Taylor and Schultz.

Relating to: licensing of taxicabs by a 1st class city.

By Representatives Farrow, Zamarripa, Young, Stone, D. Cullen, Richards, Fields and Zepnick; cosponsored by Senators Lasee, Taylor and Darling.

Relating to: open doors on authorized emergency vehicles.

By Senators Lazich, Wanggaard, Kedzie, Olsen, Galloway and Vinehout; cosponsored by Representatives Spanbauer and Petrowski.

Public Hearing
10:01AM or upon conclusion of Executive Session

Relating to: penalties for operating-while-intoxicated offenses and providing a penalty.

By Representatives J. Ott, Kerkman, Jacque, Steineke, LeMahieu and Ripp; cosponsored by Senator Darling.

Relating to: grants for bicycle and pedestrian facilities and making an appropriation.
By Representatives Pocan, Hulsey, Sinicki, Berceau, E. Coggs, Jorgensen, Pasch, Pope-Roberts, Roys, C. Taylor, Turner and Zepnick; cosponsored by Senators Risser, Hansen and Holperin.

On the Committee on Transportation

Representative Petrowski (Chair)
Representative Farrow (Vice-Chair)
Representative Ott
Representative Stone
Representative Van Roy
Representative Honadel
Representative Ripp
Representative Endsley
Representative Knilans
Representative Steinbrink
Representative Vruwink
Representative Bernard Schaber
Representative Jorgensen
Representative Bewley
Representative Coggs

Committee meeting notice.

Committee on Consumer Protection and Personal Privacy

11:00 AM
300 Northeast
State Capitol
Public Hearing

Relating to: the sale of lead acid batteries and acceptance of used lead acid batteries.

By Representatives Honadel, Brooks, Berceau, Hulsey, A. Ott, Pocan, Spanbauer, Thiesfeldt and Turner; cosponsored by Senators C. Larson, Cowles, Holperin, Olsen, Risser and Taylor.

Relating to: the licensing requirement for animal control facilities.

By Representatives Wynn, Knilans, Craig, Petryk, Pridemore, Rivard, Ballweg and Spanbauer; cosponsored by Senator Galloway.

Relating to: keeping certain name changes confidential.

By Representatives Ripp, Jacque, Kerkman, Pasch, C. Taylor, Jorgensen, Ringhand, Brooks, Staskunas, Marklein, Wynn, A. Ott, Endsley, Krug, Spanbauer, Tranel, Sinicki, Thiesfeldt, Ballweg and Berceau; cosponsored by Senators Harsdorf, Olsen, Shilling, Taylor, Lassa and King.

Relating to: zinc air button cell batteries and providing penalties.

By Representatives Tranel, Suder, Ripp, A. Ott, J. Ott, Brooks, Litjens, Petryk, Spanbauer, Thiesfeldt, Krug, Rivard, Bernard Schaber, Pocan and C. Taylor; cosponsored by Senators Olsen, Wanggaard, Schultz, Erpenbach, Hansen, Holperin, Risser and Taylor.

Committee meeting notice.

Executive Session
11:01AM or upon conclusion of Public Hearing

Relating to: regulating text messages as telephone solicitations for purposes of the no call list.
By Representatives Petryk, Jacque, Pasch, Kestell, J. Ott, Tranel, Strachota, Sinicki, Kapenga, Ripp, C. Taylor and Endsley; cosponsored by Senators Wanggaard, Carpenter, Wirch, Kedzie, Moulton, Schultz, Taylor and Lassa.

On the Committee on Consumer Protection and Personal Privacy

Representative Ripp (Chair)
Representative August (Vice-Chair)
Representative Spanbauer
Representative Kooyenga
Representative Krug
Representative Roys
Representative Coggs
Representative Billings

Committee meeting notice.

Committee on Education

3:00 PM
415 Northwest
Public Hearing

Relating to: eliminating an obsolete reference governing pilot payments to Second Chance Partnership to establish a work-based learning program; changing the name of the Division for Libraries, Technology, and Community Learning, the name of the Reference and Loan Library, and the name of the Division for Learning Support, Equity and Advocacy; participation in a public library system; and the appropriation to the Department of Public Instruction for children-at-risk programs (suggested as remedial legislation by the Department of Public Instruction).

By Law Revision Committee.

An executive session will be held on AB 451 immediately after the public hearing.

On the Committee on Education

Representative Kestell (Chair)
Representative Marklein (Vice-Chair)
Representative Nass
Representative Pridemore
Representative Knudson
Representative Thiesfeldt
Representative Wynn
Representative Pope-Roberts
Representative Sinicki
Representative Hintz
Representative Clark

Committee meeting notice.

Committee on Rules

3:00 PM
Assembly Parlor (2nd Floor West)
State Capitol
Executive Session

The Assembly Committee on Rules will meet in Executive Session to schedule the Calendar for Thursday, February 16, 2012.

On the Committee on Rules

Representative Suder (Chair)
Representative Fitzgerald (Vice-Chair)
Representative Kramer
Representative Knodl
Representative Ballweg
Representative Murtha
Representative Williams
Representative Barca
Representative Seidel
Representative Roys
Representative Clark
Representative Turner

Committee meeting notice.

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