2017 Assembly BILL 49

Cannabadger 2017 Year In Review

December 15, 2017 - CBD, Decriminalization, Direct Legislation, Hemp, History, Legalization, Medical, Politics, Recreational Cannabadger 2017 Year In Review December 15, 2017 Gary Storck Leave a comment Edit 2017 was Cannabadger’s most productive year so far, with 81 articles posted in addition to this post so far, thanks to a number of high profile cannabis bills. 2016 produced 61 posts by comparison. According to...

Walker to sign CBD bill April 17

April 14, 2017 - UPDATED: 2017-04-14: 6:09:18 PM: On April 13, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker was formally presented Senate Bill 10, legalizing possession of CBD oil in Wisconsin for medical use with a note from a physician. Once formally presented, the governor then has 6 business days to sign a bill into law. The Racine Journal Times and other media report Gov. Walker is scheduled to sign SB10 Monday in Burlington at...

2017 Session Cannabis Related Bills in WI Legislature so far

March 23, 2017 - UPDATED: 03/24/2017 8:04:47 AM: The 2017-2018 Wisconsin legislative session has seen a lot of legislation introduced for this early in the session, and GOP-sponsored bipartisan CBD legislation SB10/AB49 sponsored by Sen. Van Wanggaard (R-Racine) and Rep. Scott Krug (R-Nekoosa) was the first. This legislation was a priority after failing to pass the Senate last year and has already passed both...

Wisconsin Assembly sets March 7 floor vote on CBD bill

March 2, 2017 - Sen. Van Wanggaard (R-Racine), Senate sponsor of Wisconsin CBD legislation. The Wisconsin Assembly Committee on Rules has scheduled AB49/SB10, CBD oil legislation sponsored by Sen, Van Wanggaard (R-Racine) and Rep. Scott Krug (R-Nekoosa) for a March 7 floor vote. The bipartisan-supported bills have already cleared the state senate by a 31-1 vote and the Assembly Committee on Children and Families by...

State NORML chapters planning March 1 Capitol Lobby Day

February 25, 2017 - With only 28 days in February, Wisconsin NORML’s Capitol Lobby Day on Wed. March 1, 2017 is coming up fast! Current cannabis-related legislation includes Senate Bill 38/Assembly Bill 75: The Compassionate Cannabis Care Act, and Senate Joint Resolution 10/Assembly Joint Resolution 7, the Medical Cannabis Advisory Referendum, both sponsored by Sen. Jon Erpenbach (D-Middleton) and Rep. Chris Taylor...

Children and Families committee rejects amendment, passes CBD bill

February 22, 2017 - Updated 02/23/2017 7:31:41 AM: The Assembly Committee on Children and Families held an executive session on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 9:00 AM on AB49/SB10 CBD legislation. . The session was carried live on Wisconsin Eye. A substitute amendment legalizing production of CBD in Wisconsin was introduced by Rep. Chris Taylor. Rep. Taylor noted that families faced a difficult path in obtaining...

Senator Larson introducing bill to legalize CBD production

February 16, 2017 - Sen. Chris Larson (D-Milwaukee) announced on Feb. 15 that he and Rep. Jimmy Anderson (D-Fitchburg) are circulating a bill for co-sponsorship that would create a safe and legal process for cannabidiol (CBD) to be manufactured in the state. Larson says his proposal (LRB 2105) would remove barriers to accessing CBD treatment by doing the following: * Establishing a licensure program, administered by...

Public hearing set for Feb. 15 on Assembly version of WI CBD bill

February 9, 2017 - The Assembly Committee on Children and Families has scheduled a public hearing on Assembly Bill 49, the companion bill to Senate Bill 10, the CBD bill that passed the full senate on Feb. 8 on a 31-1 vote. The hearing is set for Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at 1:00pm in Room 412 East of the State Capitol. The committee chair is Rep. Joel Kitchens (R-Sturgeon Bay). Rep. Scott Krug (R-Nekoosa) is the...

Senate CBD bill heads for floor vote, Assembly version introduced

February 3, 2017 - An executive session was held Feb. 2 on Senate Bill 10 in the Senate Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety after the Jan. 31 public hearing. The vote was 4-0, and having passed out of committee SB10 is available for scheduling for a Senate floor vote. Sens. Wanggaard, Testin, L. Taylor and Risser voted in favor. State Sen. Duey Stroebel, R-Saukville, was excused from the vote. Stroebel was...