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Wisconsin State Legislature


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Recently Passed
  • SB 133
    Sponsored by: Sheila Harsdorf
    Relating to: penalty for hiding or burying a corpse illegally and providing a penalty.
  • SB 123
    Sponsored by: Devin LeMahieu
    Relating to: trust funds related to cemetery lots, mausoleum spaces, and cemetery merchandise.
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Recently Introduced
  • SB 208
    Sponsored by: Tim Carpenter
    Relating to: authorization for electors to vote in the primary of more than one political party.
  • SB 207
    Sponsored by: Harris Dodd
    Relating to: awards of construction contracts to minority businesses and disabled veteran-owned businesses by the Department of Administration.
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Recently Passed
  • AJR 42
    Sponsored by: Warren Petryk
    Relating to: honoring Edward Wormhoudt.
  • AJR 36
    Sponsored by: Christine Sinicki
    Relating to: designating June 2015 as Myasthenia Gravis Awareness Month.
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Recently Introduced
  • AB 277
    Relating to: ratification of the agreement negotiated between the state of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Association, for the 2013-15 biennium, covering employees in the public safety collective bargaining unit, and authorizing an expenditure of funds. (FE)
  • AB 278
    Relating to: statutory salaries and state civil service. (FE)
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Available Sessions

Session Bills
Jun 2009 Special Session 1 bills
Dec 2009 Special Session 2 bills
2009 Regular Session 1986 bills
2011 Regular Session 1584 bills
Jan 2011 Special Session 31 bills
Sep 2011 Special Session 48 bills
2013 Regular Session 1878 bills
Oct 2013 Special Session 8 bills
Dec 2013 Special Session 2 bills
Jan 2014 Special Session 4 bills
2015 Regular Session 595 bills


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