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    Assembly Partner to SB93?

    Any idea why there is no AB for a no-permit system? AB126-SB90 match up for shall issue but SB93 is out there all alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apjonas View Post
    Any idea why there is no AB for a no-permit system? AB126-SB90 match up for shall issue but SB93 is out there all alone.
    Because nobody in the Assembly submitted one. It is no more or less complicated than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apjonas View Post
    Any idea why there is no AB for a no-permit system? AB126-SB90 match up for shall issue but SB93 is out there all alone.
    It was explained at the NRA thingy that if the Senate voted and passed SB93, it could then go to the Assembly for a vote. There doesn't need to be a companion bill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Interceptor_Knight View Post
    Because nobody in the Assembly submitted one. It is no more or less complicated than that.
    That would be wrong. I have heard from several sources, including a couple staff members of Representatives that 'they' have a companion bill but the caucus leaders (Jeff Fitzgerald's name came up) didn't allow it to be introduced.

    As Phred said, when the Senate passes their bill, they can send it to the House to be considered.

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    Understood but

    Quote Originally Posted by phred View Post
    It was explained at the NRA thingy that if the Senate voted and passed SB93, it could then go to the Assembly for a vote. There doesn't need to be a companion bill.
    This means that there will be no Assembly action on no-permit unless and until the Senate passes it. Any Assembly changes would then have to be approved in the Senate. I'm not sure if this helps or hurts SB93 but it seems like an unnecessary complication. Is there Assembly support for no-permit? If this is a better method why would shall issue supporters introduce separate bills? Only one bill would form the basis for a new law but simultaneous finetuning would be more expeditious, wouldn't it?

    Is there an advantage either way or is it a 6 vs 1/2 dozen issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by apjonas View Post
    Is there Assembly support for no-permit?
    Cosponsored by Representatives Mursau, Kleefisch, August, Farrow, Kapenga, Kerkman, Kestell, Knilans, Knudson, Kooyenga, Kramer, Krug, Kuglitsch, T. Larson, LeMahieu, Murtha, Nass, Rivard, Severson, Strachota, Tauchen, Thiesfeldt and Wynn

    https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/2011/proposals/sb93

    Representative Steineke added as a cosponsor
    Last edited by phred; 05-14-2011 at 08:07 PM. Reason: added co-sponsor

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    Cosponsoring a Bill in the Other House?

    Must be a Wisconsin thing. Or "cosponsor" simply means "supports."

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    Quote Originally Posted by apjonas View Post
    Must be a Wisconsin thing. Or "cosponsor" simply means "supports."
    I do not know if it is strictly a WI thing but someone in the same house co-authors and someone in the other house co-sponsors.

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