Gov. Scott Walker
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Governor Walker Signs State Leasing Bill into Law

It is Act 132.

By - Dec 8th, 2017 04:50 pm

MADISON – Governor Scott Walker signed a bill relating to state leasing procedure into law today in the Wisconsin State Capitol.

Assembly Bill 205 – The bill requires the Department of Administration (DOA), which has the general responsibility for leasing for the state, to conduct a cost-benefit analysis before entering into or renewing a lease. Authored by Senator Chris Kapenga (R—Delafield) and Representative Rob Hutton (R—Brookfield), the bill passed the Senate on a voice vote and was concurred in the Assembly by a voice vote. It is Act 132.

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2 thoughts on “Governor Walker Signs State Leasing Bill into Law”

  1. Terry says:

    Dump Walker 2018!
    Dump the entire GOP 2018!

  2. WashCoRepub says:

    Terry’s identical post for the 576th time finally won me over!! I’m dumping Walker, the entire GOP, and toking up!! I was right on the edge there on post 575, but this one did it. Now, off to buy my COEXIST sticker for my Prius Prime and NOT stop at Kwik Trip today…

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