The bills passed by the Assembly on November 12, 2019 include:
- SB 304 – Auto Dealer Warranty Work – Protects local auto dealers from punitive adverse actions on the part of automobile manufacturers when performing warranty work on behalf of the manufacturer.
- SB 362 – Obsolete Statutes – Deletes 19 pages of statutes related to tax credits that may no longer be claimed and will not impact any claimant eligibility under these credits.
- SB 457 – Banking & DFI Omnibus – Makes a variety of technical changes to statutes related to banks and the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions (DFI). This was a collaborative effort among banks statewide and the department to modernize state statutes.
- AB 471 – Public Safety Answering Points (PSAP) program – Allows the Department of Military Affairs (DMA) to develop the rules for a grant program to PSAPs which they will use to purchase updated equipment and provide training as WI upgrades to Next Generation 911 (NG-911). This bill is to move along the process of modernizing 911 statewide.
- AB 194 – FORT waiver for Special Education Teacher Licensing.
- AB 195 – Waiver for out-of-state teacher licensing.
- SB 219 – Access to capital for agricultural businesses.
- SB 457 – Banking & DFI Omnibus.
- SB 362 – Obsolete Statutes.
- AB 471 – PSAP Program.
- SB 208 – Early Stage Seed Investment Credits.
- SB 304 – Auto Dealer Warranty Work.
“The education-related bills I authored will make a huge difference for several school districts in rural Wisconsin,” Marklein said. “I am hopeful that the Governor will sign these bills swiftly and I hope that he considers signing them in one of our communities so that the people who worked so hard on them can partake in this historic moment.”