Fifty Three to Fifty Six: Assembly Bill 31

Monday, February 26, 2007

Assembly Bill 31

This proposal was debated on the Assembly floor on 2/20 during a regular Assembly session:

Analysis by the Legislative Reference Bureau

Under current law, a state employee in a position that is covered under the Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS) is entitled to receive paid sick leave credits as part of his or her compensation under the state compensation plan, at the election of the employer, or pursuant to a collective bargaining agreement. If a state employee does not use all of his or her sick leave credits during a calendar year, he or she may accumulate this unused sick leave from year to year in a sick leave account.

Generally, if a state employee terminates covered employment under the WRS and meets certain conditions related to age or years of employment, the employee’s accumulated unused sick leave may be converted, at his or her highest basic pay rate, to credits for the payment of postretirement health insurance premiums under a health insurance plan administered by the Group Insurance Board.

This bill provides that:

1. No member of the legislature may accumulate unused sick leave from year to year in his or her sick leave account for work performed as a member of the legislature during any term of office that begins after the bill’s effective date.

2. No supreme court justice, court of appeals judge, or circuit court judge may accumulate unused sick leave from year to year in his or her sick leave account for work performed as a supreme court justice, court of appeals judge, or circuit court judge during any term of office that begins after the bill’s effective date.

3. No other state elected official, including a district attorney, may accumulate unused sick leave from year to year in his or her sick leave account for work performed during any term of office that begins after the bill’s effective date.

See the Bill Here

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