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WAFP – 2023-2024 Wisconsin Bill Tracking

Updated on January 8, 2024

Bill NumberBill DescriptionWAFP PositionBill Status
AB-9 (Companion to SB-7) Relating to: Use of epinephrine delivery systems and standing orders for epinephrine. SupportMoot since the Senate version was signed into law.
SB-7 (Companion to AB-9)Relating to: Use of epinephrine delivery systems and standing orders for epinephrine. SupportGovernor signed into law on 8/5/23.
SB-61 (Companion to AB-63)Relating to: requirements for children born alive following abortion or attempted abortion and providing a penalty. Do not supportIn Senate Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety
(Companion to AB-9) AB-63 (Companion to SB-61)Relating to: requirements for children born alive following abortion or attempted abortion and providing a penalty. Do not support In Assembly Committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety
SB-110 (Companion to AB-114)Relating to: extension of eligibility under the Medical Assistance program for postpartum women. SupportPassed Senate by a vote of 32-1 on 9/14/23.
AB-114 (Companion to SB-110)Relating to: extension of eligibility under the Medical Assistance program for postpartum women. SupportIn Assembly Committee on Health, Aging, and Long-Term Care
SB-145 (Companion to AB-154) Relating to: advanced practice registered nurses, extending the time limit for emergency rule procedures, providing an exemption from emergency rule procedures, and granting rule-making authority. Do not supportPassed Senate by a vote of 23-9 on 10/17/23.
AB-154 (Companion to SB-145) Relating to: advanced practice registered nurses, extending the time limit for emergency rule procedures, providing an exemption from emergency rule procedures, and granting rule-making authority. Do not supportAssembly Committee on Health, Aging, and Long-Term Care held a hearing on 11/15/23.
SB-143 (Companion to AB-317)Relating to: the use of certain words and terms that refer to a physician.SupportSenate Committee on Health voted 2-4 on the bill on 10/6/23.
SB-174 (Companion to AB-185)Relating to: requiring use of the electronic system of vital records for medical certifications of deathMonitoringPassed Senate unanimously on 11/7/23.
AB-185 (Companion to SB-174)Relating to: requiring use of the electronic system of vital records for medical certifications of deathMonitoringAssembly Committee on Health, Aging, and Long-Term Care scheduled a vote on this bill on 1/10/24.
SB-228 (Companion to AB-229)Relating to: prohibiting certain actions by the Department of Health Services related to the immunization programDo not supportReferred from full Senate back to the Committee on Administrative Rules on 6/7/23
AB-229 (Companion to SB-228) Relating to: prohibiting certain actions by the Department of Health Services related to the immunization programDo not supportReferred from full Assembly back to the Committee on Health, Aging and Long-Term Care on 6/7/23
SB-277 (Companion to AB-281) Relating to: mental health consultation program and making an appropriationSupportIn Senate Committee on Mental Health, Substance Abuse Prevention, Children & Families
AB-281 (Companion to SB-277) Relating to: mental health consultation program and making an appropriationSupportIn Assembly Committee on Mental Health and Substance Abuse Prevention
SB-100 (Companion to AB-103)Relating to: application of prescription drug payments to health insurance cost-sharing requirements.SupportIn Senate Committee on Insurance and Small Business
AB-103 (Companion to SB-100)Relating to: application of prescription drug payments to health insurance cost-sharing requirements.SupportIn Assembly Committee on Health, Aging, and Long-Term Care
AB-247 (Companion to SB-300)Relating to: prohibitions on the use of public employees and public property for activities relating to abortionDo not supportIn Assembly Committee on Health, Aging, and Long-Term Care
SB-300 (Companion to AB-247)Relating to: prohibitions on the use of public employees and public property for activities relating to abortion.Do not supportSenate Committee on Licensing, Constitution and Federalism held a hearing on 9/19/23.
AB-317 (Companion to SB-143)Relating to: the use of certain words and terms that refer to a physicianSupportIn Assembly Committee on Health, Aging, and Long-Term Care
AB-241 (Companion to SB-261)Relating to: regulation of tanning facilitiesSupportAssembly Committee on Consumer Protection held hearing on 5/18/23
SB-261 (Companion to AB-241)Relating to: regulating of tanning facilitiesSupportPassed Senate unanimously on 11/14/23.
SB-261 (Companion to AB-241)Relating to: regulating krantom products, granting rule-making authority, and providing a penaltyDo not supportAssembly Committee on State Affairs held hearing on 9/13/23.
AB-429 (Companion to SB-442)Relating to: eliminating personal conviction exemption from immunizations.SupportIn Assembly Committee on Health, Aging and Long-Term Care
SB-442 (Companion to AB-429)Relating to: eliminating personal conviction exemption from immunizations.SupportIn Senate Committee on Health
SB-445 (Companion to AB-393)Relating to: regulating kratom products, granting rule-making authority, and providing a penalty.Do not supportIn Senate Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety
SB-447 (Companion to AB-450)Relating to: ready-to-use glucagon rescue therapies in schools.SupportSenate Committee on Health held a hearing on 10/4/23.
AB-450 (Companion to SB-447)Relating to: ready-to-use glucagon rescue therapies in schools.SupportAssembly Committee on Education held a hearing on 1/4/24.
AB-465 (Companion to SB-480)Relating to: prohibiting gender transition medical intervention for individuals under 18 years of age.Do not supportGovernor vetoed bill on 12/6/23.
SB-480 (Companion to AB-465)Relating to: prohibiting gender transition medical intervention for individuals under 18 years of age.Do not supportBill now moot since the Governor vetoed the Assembly companion bill (AB-465)
SB-479 (Companion to AB-502)Relating to: a civil cause of action for a minor injured by a gender transition procedure.Do not supportIn Senate Committee on Health.
AB-357 (Companion to SB-343)Relating to: the definition of abortion.Do not supportIn Assembly Committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety
SB-343 (Companion to AB-357)Relating to: the definition of abortion.Do not supportPassed Senate on 10/17/23 by a vote of 22-10.
AB-609 (No Assembly companion bill introduced yet)Relating to: prohibiting discrimination or retaliation against health care providers by health care entities and credentialing boards for ordering or discussing innovative or novel therapies.Do not supportIn Assembly Committee on Health, Aging and Long-Term Care
AB-618 (Companion to SB-643)Relating to: expanding graduate medical training grants and making an appropriation.SupportAssembly Committee on Health, Aging and Long-Term Care held a hearing on 11/8/23.
SB-643 (Companion to AB-609)Relating to: expanding graduate medical training grants and making an appropriation.SupportSenate Committee on Housing, Rural Issues voted 5-0 on 12/20/23 to recommend approval of the bill.
AB-173 (Companion to SB-205)Relating to: grants to prevent suicide by firearm and making an appropriation.SupportAssembly Committee on Mental Health & Substance Abuse Prevention voted 11-1 on 11/9/23 to recommend approval of the bill.
SB-205 (Companion to AB-173)Relating to: grants to prevent suicide by firearm and making an appropriation.SupportSenate Committee on Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Children and Families voted 5-0 on 9/21/23 to recommend approval of the bill.
SB-737 (Companion to AB-773)Relating to: regulation of pharmacy benefit managers, fiduciary and disclosure requirements on pharmacy benefit managers, and application of prescription drug payments to health insurance cost-sharing requirements.SupportSenate Committee on Insurance and Small Business held a hearing on 12/6/23.
AB-773 (Companion to SB-737)Relating to: regulation of pharmacy benefit managers, fiduciary and disclosure requirements on pharmacy benefit managers, and application of prescription drug payments to health insurance cost-sharing requirements.SupportIn Assembly Committee on Health, Aging and Long-Term Care

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