(MADISON) – In its first its first session of 2018, the Senate unanimously passed three Taylor bills.
- Senate Bill 48, co-authored by Senators Cowles (R-Green Bay) and Taylor, provides for a public utility to help customers remove service lines containing lead with the permission of the local municipality. The Senate voted on attaching an Assembly amendment to the bill.
- Senate Bill 159, co-authored by Senators Olsen (R-Ripon) and Taylor, relating to additional nutrition education in public school curriculum.
- Senate Bill 404, co-authored by Senators Testin (R-Stevens Point) and Taylor, relating to waiving a Limited Liability Corporation filing fee for student entrepreneurs.