MADISON – Governor Jim Doyle today signed five bills into law that will advance health care in Wisconsin.
Senate Bill 456 amends the Authorized State Building Program to allow TomoTherapy to build an additional wing at the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Wisconsin−Madison.
Governor Doyle thanked Senators Fred Risser and Robert Cowles, and Representatives Jake Hines and Spencer Black for their work on the bill.
Assembly Bill 646 makes various changes to the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Authority (UWHCA) and the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Authority Board (UWHCB).
Governor Doyle thanked Representatives Kitty Rhoades and Spencer Black, and Senators Fred Risser and Luther Olsen for their work on the bill.
Senate Bill 310 amends the anatomical gift laws and processes based on the Revised Uniform Anatomical Gift Act of 2006.
Governor Doyle thanked Senators Fred Risser and Carol Roessler, and Representatives Steve Wieckert and Tony Staskunas for their work on the bill.
Senate Bill 487 amends the requirements for health care providers to allow for redisclosure of patient health care records under certain conditions.
Governor Doyle thanked Senators Jon Erpenbach and Dale Schultz, and Representatives Terry Moulton and Kim Hixson for their work on the bill.
Assembly Bill 442 allows the Department of Transportation (DOT) to issue special distinctive license plates for persons who support Donate Life Wisconsin (DLW) and the promotion of organ and tissue donation.
Governor Doyle thanked Representatives Joan Ballweg and Terese Berceau, and Senators Lena Taylor and Robert Cowles for their work on the bill.