Request text and history of legislative proposals

ProposalDescriptionMain Author(s)
relating to: regulation of metallic mining, an occupation tax on iron mining, and making an appropriation.
relating to: increasing the funding for grants to provide skills enhancement services and making an appropriation.
relating to: payment of unemployment insurance benefits under a work-sharing program.
relating to: a property tax exemption for a nonprofit theater located in the city of Madison.
relating to: increasing the amount of the individual income tax personal exemption for certain older taxpayers.
relating to: expanding and increasing the tax exemption for retirement plan income received by an individual.
relating to: sales tax holidays in August and in November.
relating to: eliminating the estate tax.
relating to: adopting federal law as it relates to an income tax deduction for certain educators and creating an individual income tax deduction for educators who use their own funds to purchase classroom educational supplies.
relating to: creating an individual income tax deduction for certain contributions to a Coverdell Education Savings Account.
relating to: a property tax exemption for a nonprofit resale store.
relating to: federalizing the treatment of capital losses.
relating to: notice requirements for zoning actions related to frac sand mining.
relating to: disclosure of contracts for frac sand mining on neighboring properties.
relating to: county authority relating to exploration for a type of industrial sand.
relating to: listing frac sand mining as a conditional or prohibited use in certain types of zoning ordinances.
relating to: regulating the location of frac sand mines and facilities.
relating to: assessing property used for aging cheese as manufacturing property.
relating to: payment of interest on advances made by the federal government to the unemployment reserve fund and making an appropriation.
relating to: the police and fire protection fee imposed on certain communications services.
relating to: creating a refundable individual income tax credit for tuition expenses paid for dependents who attend certain public and private elementary and secondary schools.
relating to: publishing information about delinquent taxpayers.
relating to: a tax credit for hospitality business advertising.
relating to: the late payment of property taxes because of a medical emergency.
relating to: a sales and use tax exemption for vitamins.
relating to: exempting from the prevailing wage law a public works project that is subject to the federal Davis-Bacon Act.
relating to: setoffs against tax refunds for debts related to providing ambulance services.
relating to: requirements for the department of workforce development when issuing determinations under the unemployment insurance law or any other law regulating employment that is administered by that department.
relating to: exclusion of certain independent contractors from coverage under the worker's compensation law and the unemployment insurance law.
relating to: income and franchise tax credits for insulating concrete forms used to construct a building.
relating to: the public disclosure of licensed dry cleaners.
relating to: the refund setoff for state debt collections.
relating to: providing an itemized statement of sales to customers in this state for sales and use tax purposes and making an appropriation.
relating to: local regulation of nonmetallic mining; local regulation of air quality; local regulation of water quality; local regulation of the use of explosives in mining, quarrying, and related activities; highway use contracts by local governments; and local regulation of borrow sites and material disposal sites for transportation projects of the Department of Transportation.
relating to: the provision by employers to employees of written disclosure statements of the terms of employment, the filing and investigation of wage claims, the statute of limitations for filing a wage claim action, the payment of interest, penalties, and surcharges on wage claims, occupational or professional licensing of employers that owe wages under wage claim judgments, and making an appropriation.
relating to: monitoring industrial sand mining and processing operations and making an appropriation.
relating to: exempting from taxation certain amounts received by a realtor for the sale of a foreclosed property.
relating to: eligibility requirements under the managed forest land program relating to parcel size and production of merchantable timber, management plans for managed forest lands, orders adding and withdrawing managed forest land, renewal of orders designating managed forest land, areas of managed forest lands that are open for public access, allowing managed forest lands to be used for recreational activities, regulation of cutting of timber on managed forest land and on forest croplands, withdrawal taxes and fees imposed on the withdrawal of managed forest land and yield taxes imposed for cutting timber from managed forest land, the sale or transfer of managed forest land, expiration of orders designating managed forest land, withdrawal of forest croplands that are held in trust for Indian tribes, a study of the managed forest land program, a report on exempt withdrawals from the managed forest land program and the forest cropland program, elimination of references to the woodland tax law, granting rule-making authority, requiring the exercise of rule-making authority, and providing a penalty.
relating to: an additional county sales and use tax for highway improvements.
relating to: authorizing certain same-sex couples to file a joint individual income tax return.
relating to: creation of a private retirement security plan and making appropriations.
relating to: payment of property taxes in multiple installments for low income taxpayers.
relating to: an income tax credit for the moving expenses paid by a business relocating to this state.
relating to: procedures for establishing a claim to abandoned, intangible property and interest due on property determined to be abandoned and due to be paid or delivered to the Department of Revenue.
relating to: creating a refundable individual income tax credit for tuition expenses paid for dependents who attend certain private elementary and secondary schools.