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Barish, Lawrence S. (ed.) / State of Wisconsin 1995-1996 Blue Book
(1995-1996)

[Contents] Table of contents,   pp. vi-xi PDF (1.9 MB)


Page vi


vi                       WISCONSIN BLUE BOOK 1995 - 1996
                              TABLE OF CONTENTS
 State symbols .......................................... Front and back
 endpapers
   G overnor's  letter  ..........................................................1iii
   D edication  ...............................................................
 iv
   Introduction ............................................................
 xii
B IO G RA PH IES .......................................................
....  1
  Alphabetical index to biographies  ............................................
 2
  Constitutional executive  officers  ..............................................
4
  Suprem e court justices  ......................................................
8
  Wisconsin members of the 104th Congress .......................................
11
  Congressional district maps .................................................
18
  State senate offi cers  .......................................................
20
  State assem bly  officers  .....................................................
21
  Members of the state senate and assembly; district maps ..........................
22
  Chief clerks and sergeants at arms of the state legislature ..........................
88
  Legislative district m aps  ....................................................
89
FEATURE ARTICLE: THE WISCONSIN IDEA ............................. 99
  Index to special articles in prior blue books  ..................................
193
W ISCONSIN     CONSTITUTION    ..........................................
 195
  History of constitutional amendments ........................................
238
  Statewide referenda elections ..............................................
 243
FRAMEWORK OF WISCONSIN STATE GOVERNMENT..................245
  Location of state agencies in the Madison area; map ...........................
246
  The Framework of Wisconsin Government ................................
248
  Organization chart of Wisconsin state government .............................
254
LEGISLATIVE     BRANCH      ...............................................
 257
  Officers of the  1995  legislature  ............................................
258
  A profile of the legislative branch  ........................................
 259
  The W isconsin legislature ...............................................
 260
  Session schedule, 1995-96 ...............................................
 263
  News media representatives covering the 1995-96 legislature....................265
  Legislative  districts: 1990 population  .......................................
266
  How  a bill becomes a law ...............................................
 269
  Personal data on Wisconsin legislators, 1985-1995 sessions.....................270
  Executive vetoes, 1931-1993 sessions ......................................
 273
  Legislative  service  ......................................................
 274
  Wisconsin statutes, session laws, administrative code  ..........................
275
  Political composition of the Wisconsin legislature, 1885-1995 ...................
276
  Committees of the 1995 legislature .......................................
 277
  Statutory legislative committees and legislative service agencies................281
  Administrative rules, joint committee for review of ............................
281
  Audit committee, joint legislative  ..........................................
  282
  Building commission, state of Wisconsin ....................................
 283
  Employment relations, joint committee on ...................................
 284
  Finance, joint committee  on  ..............................................
 285
  Information policy, joint committee on  ......................................
 286
  Legislative  council, joint  .................................................
 288
  Legislative organization, joint committee on  .................................
296
  Retirement systems, joint survey committee on; retirement research committee.
296
  State supported programs study and advisory committee, joint legislative...........298
  Tax exemptions, joint survey committee on ................................
298
  Transportation projects commission......................................
299


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