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Amusingly, coincidentally, step 1) example uses § 29.337 (rather than the recently mentioned § 29.089, apropos of nothing).Originally Posted by LRBWith those limitations in mind, there are a number of steps to follow in researching Wisconsin legislation:
1) Determine what session law created the language being researched;
2) Examine the bill, its analysis, its amendments, and other associated documents;
3) Review the drafting record for the bill;
4) Check the procedural history of the bill;
5) Locate and review any additional material; and
6) Observe certain special steps in researching language originating in budget bills.