Both houses of the Wisconsin Legislature will meet on Tuesday, September 28, to vote on a variety of matters. The Senate will convene at 11 AM, while the Assembly will convene at 1 PM.
Notably, the Assembly will vote on a joint resolution (Assembly Joint Resolution 80) that describes principles and standards that Republican legislative leaders plan to use when drawing new political maps for the state based on the national census conducted last year.
Listed below are other bills and resolutions that the Assembly will consider. Click here for more information about the Senate’s floor calendar for September 28.
- Assembly Bill (AB) 116: Reimbursement of wheelchairs and power mobility devices for recipients of Medical Assistance who reside in a nursing home.
- AB 247/Senate Bill 254: Extension of certain approvals and occupancy permits under the uniform dwelling code, extension of certain approvals that are subject to administrative, judicial, or appellate proceedings, waiver of interest and penalties on late 2021 property tax payments, and waiver of the timely payment requirement for filing certain property tax claims.
- AB 376: Relating to a statewide urban search and rescue task force and regional emergency response teams.
- AB 378: Making school district and school financial information available to the public.
- AB 411: Anti-racism and anti-sexism pupil instruction and anti-racism and anti-sexism training for employees of school districts and independent charter schools.
- AB 414: Anti-racism and anti-sexism training for employees of state government and local government.
- AB 420: Payments to an independent charter school authorized by a tribal college.
- AB 435: Incorporating cursive writing into the state model English language arts standards and requiring cursive writing in elementary grades.
- AB 488: Requiring school boards to make information about learning materials and educational activities used for pupil instruction available to the public.
- AB 561: Requiring school boards to report information regarding credit recovery courses.
- AB 563: Required instruction in civic education in the elementary and high school grades; high school graduation requirements; and requiring the exercise of rule-making authority.
- AB 564: Reports concerning state agency expenditure of federal coronavirus relief funds and allocating federal American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 funding for grants to school districts, independent charter schools, and private schools for mental health programs.