Wednesday – December 1, 2021

8:00 am

Wisconsin Elections Commission December 2021 Meeting

On December 1, 2021, the Wisconsin Elections Commission will hold their December 2021 meeting.


A.   Call to Order

B.   Administrator’s Report of Appropriate Meeting Notice

C.   Public Comment

D.   Minutes of Previous Meetings 

E.   Review/Approval of Spring 2022 Ballot Templates

F.   Website Redesign Updates and Commission Approval of Changes

G.   Consideration and Scheduling of 2022 Commission Meetings

H.   Discussion/Action on the Legislative Audit Bureau’s October 2021 Report on Elections Administration (Report 21-19)

I.   Staff Updates to the Commission

J.   Closed Session

ERIC Cross-State Referrals – § 19.851 – The Commission’s deliberations concerning an investigation of any violation of the law under the jurisdiction of the Commission shall be in closed session.

K.   Adjourn

9:30 am

Senate Committee on Transportation and Local Government

On December 1, 2021, the Senate Committee on Transportation and Local Government will hold an executive session and a public hearing on the following:

Senate Bill 558: Law enforcement investigative services and making an appropriation

Senate Bill 606: Publishing and reporting requirements for the transportation infrastructure loan program

Senate Bill 625: Modifying the permit for certain oversize or overweight vehicles transporting forest products

Senate Bill 639: Exemptions from the requirement that an original driver’s license be a probationary license

Senate Bill 640: Disclosure of mileage when titling a motor vehicle

Senate Bill 641: Issuance of temporary motor vehicle operation plates and permits to dealers and providing a penalty

Senate Bill 658: Motor vehicle dealer and wholesaler facilities and licensure requirements

Senate Bill 663: A charging facility grant program and making an appropriation

Senate Bill 673: Next Generation 911 and geographic information system grants and making an appropriation

10:00 am

Assembly Committee on Family Law

On December 1, 2021, the Assembly Committee on Family Law will hold a public hearing on the following:

Assembly Bill 313: legal custody and physical placement factors for a child of a service member

Assembly Bill 633: the required annual exchange of financial information in an order for family support, child support, or maintenance

Assembly Bill 634: allowing a court commissioner to address stipulated final legal separation hearings

Assembly Bill 651: allowing a parent to change a minor child’s name when the other parent is convicted of certain homicide or sex offenses

Assembly Bill 626: grounds for finding a child in need of protection or services or for terminating parental rights

Assembly Bill 627: terminating parental rights based on the parent’s incarceration

Assembly Bill 628: elimination of a jury trial in a proceeding under the Children’s Code

Assembly Bill 629: post-adoption contact agreements

Assembly Bill 630: termination of parental rights by motion in CHIPS proceeding

Assembly Bill 631: various changes to the safe haven law

Assembly Bill 632: duty to participate in an appeal of an order terminating parental rights

10:00 am

DNR Public Hearing: Maximum Contaminant Levels for PFAS, PFOS, and PFOA

On December 1, 2021, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources will hold a public hearing on a permanent rule (Draft Rule), Board Order DG-24-19, to revise chapter NR 809 relating to the promulgation of new drinking water maximum contaminant levels for Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) including Perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS) and Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA).

10:00 am

Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections

On December 1, 2021, the Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections The will hold an informational hearing on the following:

November 2020 election investigation update – Special Counsel and Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman


Friday – December 3, 2021

11:00 am

Rewind: Your Week in Review for November 27 – December 3

On December 3, 2021, WisconsinEye Host and CBS 58 Capitol Reporter Emilee Fannon and Editor JR Ross will review this week in state politics. (Brought to you by the Wisconsin Realtors Association).


Coverage is subject to change. The schedule is updated throughout the week.

Taped programs will be available on demand typically 1-2 days following the date of taping. Live programming will be available in real time on both our cable channels and streaming on our website. In the event of multiple live programs, one or more events may be broadcast live only on the web.