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Joint Finance Committee, Wisconsin State Legislature

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The Joint Finance Committee is a standing committee of the Wisconsin State Legislature.

The Joint Finance Committee approved Assembly Bill 11, the "Scott Walker Budget Repair Bill" on Wednesday, February 16, leading to union protests that attracted national attention.[1]

Function

All bills introduced in either house of the legislature for the appropriation of money, providing for revenue or relating to taxation shall be referred to the joint committee on finance before being passed.[2][3]

Membership

The Joint Finance Committee is composed of eight senators and eight representatives, each appointed by the same method as their respective chambers.[4]

2013-2014

The following table describes committee membership at the beginning of the 2013 legislative session.

Joint Finance Committee Members, 2013
Democratic members (4)Republican members (12)
Jennifer ShillingAlberta Darling, Co-chair
Robert WirchLuther Olsen
Cory MasonSheila Harsdorf
Jon RichardsJoseph Leibham
Mary Lazich
Glenn Grothman
John Nygren, Co-chair
Patricia Strachota
Dale Kooyenga
Dean Knudson
Daniel LeMahieu
John Klenke

2011-2012 Session

2009-2010 Session

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