Wisconsin - AB588 - 2021

Allowing persons to charge fees for the use of electric vehicle charging stations and the installation and operation of electric vehicle charging stations by the Department of Transportation or a political subdivision.

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Transportation

Added On: 12-22-2022
Updated On: 03-15-2022
Status: Failed
Primary Sponsors: David Armstrong (Republican), Mark Born (Republican), Janel Brandtjen (Republican), Steve Doyle (Democratic), Cindi Duchow (Republican), James Edming (Republican), Rick Gundrum (Republican), Dan Knodl (Republican), Mike Kuglitsch (Republican), Amy Loudenbeck (Republican), Clint Moses (Republican), Jeffrey Mursau (Republican), Adam Neylon (Republican), Loren Oldenburg (Republican), Warren Petryk (Republican), John Spiros (Republican), Gary Tauchen (Republican), Jeremy Thiesfeldt (Republican), Nancy VanderMeer (Republican)





Companion Bills (1)

Actions (21)

  • 09-30-2021 - Introduced
  • 09-30-2021 - Read first time and referred to Committee on Energy and Utilities
  • 10-20-2021 - Public hearing held
  • 12-06-2021 - Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 offered by Representative VanderMeer
  • 12-06-2021 - Assembly Substitute Amendment 2 offered by Representative VanderMeer
  • 12-07-2021 - Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Substitute Amendment 2 offered by Representatives Andraca and Moore Omokunde
  • 12-07-2021 - Assembly Amendment 1 offered by Representatives Andraca and Moore Omokunde
  • 01-19-2022 - Assembly Amendment 2 to Assembly Substitute Amendment 2 offered by Representative VanderMeer
  • 01-26-2022 - Assembly Amendment 3 to Assembly Substitute Amendment 2 offered by Representative Kuglitsch
  • 02-03-2022 - Executive action taken
  • 02-14-2022 - Assembly Substitute Amendment 3 offered by Representative VanderMeer
  • 02-22-2022 - Report Assembly Amendment 2 to Assembly Substitute Amendment 2 adoption recommended by Committee on Energy and Utilities, Ayes 10, Noes 5
  • 02-22-2022 - Report Assembly Amendment 3 to Assembly Substitute Amendment 2 adoption recommended by Committee on Energy and Utilities, Ayes 10, Noes 5
  • 02-22-2022 - Report Assembly Substitute Amendment 2 adoption recommended by Committee on Energy and Utilities, Ayes 10, Noes 5
  • 02-22-2022 - Report passage as amended recommended by Committee on Energy and Utilities, Ayes 10, Noes 5
  • 02-22-2022 - Referred to committee on Rules
  • 02-22-2022 - Made a special order of business at 8:30 AM on 2-23-2022 pursuant to Assembly Resolution 29
  • 02-24-2022 - Representative Armstrong withdrawn as a coauthor
  • 02-24-2022 - Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Substitute Amendment 3 offered by Representative Kuglitsch
  • 02-24-2022 - Laid on the table
  • 03-15-2022 - Failed to pass pursuant to Senate Joint Resolution 1

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