SB 60 (vetoed), which sought to make changes to requirements for finding housing for sexually violent offenders released back into the community.
SB 74, which ensures Wisconsin’s continued participation in the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact.
SB 86, which establishes a new definition for motorcycles and creates a new classification of motor vehicle called an autocycle.
SB 106, which provides additional licensing and inspection powers to local health departments that are granted agent status to issue retail food establishment licenses for micro markets.
SB 142, which prohibits the UW System and Wisconsin technical colleges from penalizing attending veterans, military service members, or eligible dependent for late tuition payments by the federal government.
SB 155, which ensures nonprofits primarily serving the homeless have liability insurance through the state by allowing them to participate in the Volunteer Health Care Provider Program.
SB 166, which expands eligibility for educational loan assistance programs administered by the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents for physicians, dentists, physician assistants, nurse-midwives, nurse practitioners, and dental hygienists who provide care in free or charitable clinics.
SB 169, which makes several changes to the requirements for wetland mitigation banks.
SB 170, which creates an exemption for temporary food stands operated by minors.
SB 188, which updates the state’s hemp program.
SB 208, which allows out-of-state insurance companies to be eligible for the Qualified New Business Venture program, which provides early stage seed investment tax credits.
SB 219, which makes several changes to the agricultural development loan guarantee program administered by the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority.
SB 269, which allows municipalities that had a value increment reporting error of more than $50 million in 2018 to transfer excess tax increment collections to the municipality’s general fund to reimburse taxpayers for the higher property tax rates resulting from the error.
SB 290, which permits the use of nonatomizing CS gel as a personal self-defense device.
SB 304, which specifies any adverse actions against a motor vehicle dealership by a manufacturer, importer or distributor is considered a violation and may result in revocation of licensure by the state DOT.
SB 319, which allows for the number of jobs retained to be used in determining the total award of a grant through the Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s transportation facilities economic assistance and development program.
SB 320, which establishes a process and a reasonable set of criteria for an insurer to follow to prove ownership of a totaled vehicle, if a policyholder fails to transfer the title within 30 days of receiving notice.
SB 349, which permits gas pumps to dispense gasoline blends containing no more than 10 or 15 percent ethanol from the same nozzle and hose as fuel containing no ethanol.
SB 362, which deletes obsolete tax credits.
SB 380, which expands the use of telemedicine.
SB 447, which changes the formula on how towns receive transportation funding from the state.
SB 457, which make changes to various banking laws.
SB 482, which makes technical changes to insurance laws.
SB 495, which makes technical changes to the application deadline dates for the statewide parental choice program to ensure that the deadline does not fall on a weekend.