Cross-reference tables for both situations are available from the Legislative Reference Bureau
The 1992 Legislative Reference Bureau
study recommended that the state set an example as an employer by providing for telecommuting by all state agencies and promote a receptive atmosphere by enacting legislation to promote telecommuting in the community.
Established in 1901, the Wisconsin Legislative Reference Bureau
comprises three sections: Legal Services, Research Services, and the Theobald Legislative Library.
"We're friends," says Carter-Yamauchi, with the Legislative Reference Bureau
. She says they make a concerted effort to get together at least annually to do something fun, like bowling or karaoke.
But by 1910, 19 states had created reference services of some sort, the bulk of which were modeled after Wisconsin's Legislative Reference Bureau
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One of these agencies is the Wisconsin Legislative Reference Bureau
(LRB), which has served the information needs of the Wisconsin Legislature and the citizens of our state for over a century.
Rupert Theobald, the respected former chief of the Wisconsin Legislative Reference Bureau
for 30 years, died Nov.
According to Gordon Malaise, senior attorney with Wisconsin's Legislative Reference Bureau
, "a good drafting request consists of two components:
"I probably use it several hundred times per session--at least," says Risser, Wisconsin's Senate president, about that state's Legislative Reference Bureau
Steve Miller worked as a nonpartisan redistricting staff member for the PEER Committee in Mississippi during the 1990 round of redistricting and now is the chief of the Wisconsin Legislative Reference Bureau
. He is also the staff co-chair of the NCSL Redistricting Task Force.
The beginnings of the modern legislature can be traced back to 1901 when Wisconsin established the first permanent legislative staff by creating the legislative reference bureau
. Before that, administrative functions of the legislatures were limited to the clerk and secretary, two positions derived from English parliamentary tradition.