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10.66

10.66 Municipal clerk and governing body; spring primary and election. The following subsections set forth, in chronological order, dates relating to the spring primary and election occurrences during the spring primary that affect the municipal clerk and governing body:

10.66(1)

(1) August.

10.66(1)(a)

(a) August 1. August 1 is the earliest application may be made for absentee ballots for the spring primary. See s. 6.86.

10.66(1m)

(1m) November.

10.66(1m)(a)

(a) 90 days before primary. No later than the 90th day before the spring primary, or as soon as possible after offices to be contested are known, whichever is later, the municipal clerk mails write-in absentee ballots to qualified electors who have requested them. See s. 7.15 (1) (cs).

10.66(1m)(b)

(b) 4th Tuesday in November. On the 4th Tuesday in November, or the next day if Tuesday is a holiday, the municipal clerk publishes one type A notice of the municipal spring election. See s. 10.06 (3) (a).

10.66(2)

(2) December.

10.66(2)(a)

(a) December 1.

10.66(2)(a)1.

1. December 1 preceding the spring election is the earliest date nomination papers may be circulated for candidates running in the spring election. See ss. 8.05 (3) (a) and (4) (b) and 8.10 (2).

10.66(2)(a)2.

2. On December 1 preceding a spring primary, the municipal clerk certifies to the county clerk the number of electors in the municipality. See s. 5.66 (1).

10.66(2)(a)3.

3. The deadline for electors of a village to file a petition requesting a primary for the spring election is December 1 preceding the spring election. See s. 8.11 (1m) (c).

10.66(2)(d)

(d) Last December meeting.

10.66(2)(d)1.

1. At the last meeting of the municipal board of election commissioners in December of even-numbered years in cities of the 1st class, the board of election commissioners appoints election officials for 2-year terms. See s. 7.30 (4) (b) 1.

10.66(2)(d)2.

2. At the last meeting of the municipal governing body in December of even-numbered years, except in cities that have a board of election commissioners, the municipal executive nominates to the governing body the necessary election officials. If no regular meeting is scheduled a special meeting shall be called no later than December 31. See s. 7.30 (4).

10.66(2)(d)3.

3. Within 5 days the municipal clerk notifies each election official appointee of that person's appointment. See s. 7.30 (5).

10.66(2)(d)4.

4. Within 10 days of mailed notice election official appointees shall file official oath with the municipal clerk. See s. 7.30 (5).

10.66(3)

(3) January.

10.66(3)(a)

(a) No later than January 1. Between December 1 and January 1, towns and villages having a caucus shall establish the caucus date between the first Tuesday in January and the last Tuesday in January. See s. 8.05 (1) (a).

10.66(3)(am)

(am) First Tuesday in January.

10.66(3)(am)1.

1. 5 p.m., on the first Tuesday in January, or the next day if Tuesday is a holiday, is the deadline for candidates for municipal office at the spring election to file nomination papers and a declaration of candidacy with the municipal clerk unless the deadline for filing is extended. See ss. 8.05 (3) (a) and (4) (b), 8.10 (2) and (5) and 8.21.

10.66(3)(am)2.

2. The first Tuesday in January is the earliest date the town or village caucus may be held. See s. 8.05 (1) (a). At least 5 days' notice of the caucus shall be given. See s. 8.05 (1) (b).

10.66(3)(am)3.

3. Each candidate who is nominated at the caucus must file a declaration of candidacy within 5 days after notification of nomination unless the deadline for filing is extended. See s. 8.05 (1) (j).

10.66(3)(ar)

(ar) Thursday after first Tuesday in January. No later than the Thursday after the first Tuesday in January, the municipal clerk of each municipality not having a caucus where voting machines or ballots containing the names of candidates for both local offices and national, state or county offices are used certifies the list of candidates for any municipal offices to the county clerk if a primary is required, unless the municipality prepares its own ballots or no state or county election is held. See s. 10.06 (3) (am).

10.66(3)(aw)

(aw) 3 days after first Tuesday in January.

10.66(3)(aw)1.

1. The deadline for a city or village to decide to hold a primary for the spring election is 3 days after the first Tuesday in January preceding the spring election, or the next day if Tuesday is a holiday. See ss. 8.10 (2) and 8.11 (1) (a) and 8.11 (1m) (a).

10.66(3)(aw)2.

2. The deadline for electors of a city to file a petition requesting a primary for the spring election is 3 days after the first Tuesday in January preceding the spring election, or the next day if Tuesday is a holiday. See ss. 8.10 (2) and 8.11 (1) (c).

10.66(3)(b)

(b) 90 days before election. No later than the 90th day before the spring election, the municipal clerk distributes write-in absentee ballots to qualified electors who have requested them. See s. 7.15 (1) (cs).

10.66(3)(c)

(c) January 17. No later than January 17, the municipal clerk mails to each candidate for municipal office or such person's campaign treasurer, to each committee or individual supporting or opposing a candidate and to each group or individual supporting or opposing a municipal referendum who is registered with the clerk, forms for the continuing report. See s. 11.22 (3).

10.66(3)(cm)

(cm) 4th Tuesday before primary. On the 4th Tuesday before the spring primary, the municipal clerk publishes a type E notice for the spring primary. In cities and villages, the municipal clerk publishes a type A notice of any direct legislation questions to be voted on at the primary. See s. 10.06 (3) (as).

10.66(3)(g)

(g) 30 days before primary.

10.66(3)(g)1.

1. The deadline for selecting tabulators to assist with the spring primary canvass is 30 days before the spring primary. See s. 7.30 (3).

10.66(3)(g)2.

2. The deadline for establishing polling places is 30 days before the spring primary. See s. 5.25 (3).

10.66(3)(g)3.

3. In municipalities employing an electronic voting system, the deadline for placement of a demonstrator system is 30 days before the spring primary. See s. 5.80.

10.66(3)(g)4.

4. Until 30 days before the spring primary, wards may be united to facilitate using a common polling place. See s. 5.15 (6) (b).

10.66(3)(h)

(h) Last Tuesday in January. The last Tuesday in January is the latest date the town or village caucus may be held. See s. 8.05 (1) (a).

10.66(3)(h)1.

1. At least 5 days' notice of the caucus shall be given. See s. 8.05 (1) (b).

10.66(3)(h)2.

2. Each candidate who is nominated at the caucus must file a declaration of candidacy within 5 days after notification of nomination unless the deadline for filing is extended. See s. 8.05 (1) (j).

10.66(3)(i)

(i) 22 days prior to primary. No later than 22 days prior to the spring primary, the municipal clerk mails to each candidate for municipal office or such person's campaign treasurer, and to each committee or individual supporting or opposing a candidate who is registered with the clerk, forms for the preprimary report. See s. 11.22 (3).

10.66(3)(im)

(im) 21 days before primary. No later than the 21st day before the spring primary, the municipal clerk sends official absentee ballots to qualified electors who have requested them. See s. 7.15 (1) (cm).

10.66(3)(j)

(j) January 1 to 31. No earlier than January 1 and no later than January 31, the municipal clerk shall receive continuing reports by candidates for municipal office, by committees and individuals supporting or opposing candidates for municipal office, and by groups, individuals, and corporations supporting or opposing a municipal referendum. See s. 11.20 (4).

10.66(3)(k)

(k) Thursday after last Tuesday in January. No later than 2 days after the day of the municipal caucus, the municipal clerk of each municipality where voting machines or ballots containing the names of candidates for both local offices and national, state or county offices are used certifies the list of candidates for any municipal offices and municipal referenda to the county clerk, unless the municipality prepares its own ballots or no state or county election is held. See s. 10.06 (3) (bm).

10.66(4)

(4) February.

10.66(4)(a)

(a) February 1. No special election may be scheduled after February 1 and before the date of the spring election. See s. 8.50 (intro.).

10.66(4)(am)

(am) Beginning on February 1.

10.66(4)(am)1.

1. The clerk sends notice to delinquents of failure to comply with filing requirements. See s. 11.22 (9).

10.66(4)(am)2.

2. The clerk makes a list of delinquents available for public inspection. See s. 11.22 (5).

10.66(4)(am)3.

3. The clerk notifies the district attorney of delinquencies. See s. 11.22 (4).

10.66(4)(g)

(g) Last 14 days before primary. The municipal clerk shall receive reports of late contributions of $500 or more by candidates for municipal office or committees or individuals supporting or opposing such a candidate, and reports of late disbursements exceeding $20 by committees or individuals supporting or opposing a candidate for municipal office during the last 14 days before the spring primary. See s. 11.12 (5) and (6).

10.66(4)(gm)

(gm) 10 days before primary. No later than 10 days before the spring primary, in any municipality employing an electronic voting system which utilizes automatic tabulating equipment, the municipal clerk has the equipment publicly tested. See s. 5.84 (1).

10.66(4)(h)

(h) 2nd Wednesday before primary. 5 p.m., on the 2nd Wednesday before the spring primary, is the deadline for voter registration. See s. 6.28 (1).

10.66(4)(i)

(i) 2nd Monday before primary.

10.66(4)(i)3.

3. No earlier than 14 days and no later than 8 days before the primary, the municipal clerk shall receive election reports by candidates for municipal office and by committees and individuals supporting or opposing such candidates. See s. 11.20 (2).

10.66(4)(j)

(j) Beginning 7 days before primary.

10.66(4)(j)1.

1. The clerk sends notice to delinquents of failure to comply with filing requirements. See s. 11.22 (9).

10.66(4)(j)2.

2. The clerk makes a list of delinquents available for public inspection. See s. 11.22 (5).

10.66(4)(j)3.

3. The clerk notifies the district attorney of delinquencies. See s. 11.22 (4).

10.66(4)(k)

(k) Wednesday before primary. On the Wednesday before the spring primary in cities of the 1st class, the board of election commissioners sits to hear registration objections. See s. 6.48 (2).

10.66(4)(L)

(L) Thursday before primary. The Thursday before the spring primary is the latest posting may be substituted for newspaper publication in villages, towns and school districts taking part in the spring primary. See s. 10.05.

10.66(4)(Lm)

(Lm) Friday before primary. 5 p.m., on the Friday before the spring primary, is the deadline for receipt of applications by mail for absentee ballots for the primary. See s. 6.86 (1).

10.66(4)(m)

(m) 2 days before primary. Ballots in cities of the 1st class shall be ready 2 days before the spring primary when they print their own ballots. See s. 7.15 (2) (b).

10.66(4)(n)

(n) Monday before primary.

10.66(4)(n)1.

1. On the Monday before the spring primary the municipal clerk publishes a type B notice whenever a primary for municipal offices or a municipal referendum is scheduled. A type B notice is also published if the municipality utilizes voting machines or an electronic voting system in which ballots are distributed to electors. If there is a spring primary, municipal clerks also publish a type D notice on this date. See s. 10.06 (3) (b), (d), and (e).

10.66(4)(n)3.

3. The Monday before the spring primary is the latest date election materials may be delivered to wards. See s. 7.15 (3) (b) and (5).

10.66(4)(n)4.

4. 5 p.m., on the Monday before the spring primary, is the deadline for application in person for absentee ballots for the primary. See s. 6.86 (1).

10.66(4)(o)

(o) 3rd Tuesday in February. The 3rd Tuesday in February is the day of the spring primary. See s. 5.02 (22).

10.66(4)(o)1.

1. 5 p.m. on the day of the primary is the deadline for hospitalized electors to make application for an absentee ballot by agent or to file a registration form by agent. See s. 6.86 (3) (c).

10.66(4)(o)2.

2. Upon completion of the ward canvass, the results shall be announced, the results telephoned to the proper clerks and all materials returned to the municipal clerk immediately. See ss. 7.51 (4) (b) and (5) and 7.53 (1).

10.66(4)(o)3.

3. Following the spring primary most unused election materials may be destroyed as the municipal clerk directs. See s. 7.23 (1) (a).

10.66(4)(o)4.

4. No earlier than the day of the spring primary, poll lists created for the spring primary that was held 2 years earlier may be destroyed. See s. 7.23 (1) (e).

10.66(4)(p)

(p) Day after primary.

10.66(4)(p)1.

1. 2 p.m., the day after the spring primary, is the deadline for municipal clerks to deliver election materials to the county clerk. See ss. 7.51 (5) and 7.53 (3).

10.66(4)(p)2.

2. Within 24 hours after the polls close, municipalities with more than one ward shall begin the municipal canvass. See s. 7.53 (2).

10.66(4)(p)3.

3. In municipalities having registration, the municipal clerk checks the name of each elector who is allowed to vote at the primary whose name did not appear on the registration list and revises the list accordingly. See s. 6.56.

10.66(4)(p)4.

4. Beginning on the day after the spring primary, the municipal clerk investigates to assure that no person has been allowed to vote more than once at the primary. See s. 6.56 (4).

10.66(4)(q)

(q) 2 days after municipal primary canvass. No later than 2 days after the municipal primary canvass, the municipal clerk of each municipality where voting machines or ballots containing the names of candidates for both local offices and national, state or county offices are used certifies the list of candidates for any municipal offices and municipal referenda to the county clerk, unless the municipality prepares its own ballots or no state or county election is held. See s. 10.06 (3) (bm).

10.66(4)(r)

(r) 3 days after last day of municipal canvass.

10.66(4)(r)1.

1. 5 p.m., 3 days after the last day of the municipal canvass, is the deadline to demand first recount. See s. 9.01 (1) (a).

10.66(4)(r)2.

2. At 9 a.m. on the day following the last day for filing of a recount petition the board of canvassers reconvenes to begin the recount procedure. See s. 9.01 (1) (b).

10.66(4)(r)3.

3. 5 p.m., 2 days after completion of the first recount, is the deadline to demand a recount in any remaining wards or municipalities. See s. 9.01 (4).

10.66(4)(r)4.

4. No later than 5 business days after the recount determination aggrieved parties may appeal to circuit court. See s. 9.01 (6) (a).

10.66(4)(s)

(s) Last Tuesday in February.

10.66(4)(s)1.

1. 5 p.m., on the last Tuesday in February, is the deadline for filing petition in towns requesting submission of question whether to require nomination papers and a nonpartisan primary in lieu of the caucus. See s. 8.05 (3) (e).

10.66(4)(s)2.

2. Separate notice shall be given 5 days before the election. See s. 8.05 (3) (e).

10.66(5)

(5) March.

10.66(5)(a)

(a) 14 days after primary. No earlier than 14 days after the spring primary, voting machine recorders used in the primary may be cleared and reactivated and detachable recording units and compartments used with electronic voting machines may be cleared or erased. See s. 7.23 (1) (b) and (g).

10.66 - ANNOT.

NOTE: Section 7.23 (1) (b) was repealed by 2009 Wis. Act 397. Corrective legislation is pending.

10.66(5)(b)

(b) 30 days before election.

10.66(5)(b)1.

1. The deadline for selecting tabulators to assist with the spring election canvass is 30 days before the spring election. See s. 7.30 (3).

10.66(5)(b)2.

2. The deadline for establishing polling places is 30 days before the spring election. See s. 5.25 (3).

10.66(5)(b)3.

3. In municipalities employing an electronic voting system, the deadline for placement of a demonstrator system is 30 days before the spring primary. See s. 5.80.

10.66(5)(b)4.

4. Until 30 days before spring election, wards may be united to facilitate using a common polling place. See s. 5.15 (6) (b).

10.66(5)(c)

(c) 4th Tuesday before election. On the 4th Tuesday before the spring election, or the next day if Tuesday is a holiday, the municipal clerk publishes a type E notice for the spring election. If there is a municipal referendum, the municipal clerk publishes a type A notice of the referendum. See s. 10.06 (3) (bs).

10.66(5)(e)

(e) 22 days prior to election. No later than 22 days prior to the spring election, the municipal clerk mails to each candidate for municipal office or such person's campaign treasurer, to each committee or individual supporting or opposing a candidate and to each group or individual supporting or opposing a municipal referendum who is registered with the clerk, forms for the preelection report. See s. 11.22 (3).

10.66(5)(em)

(em) 21 days before election. No later than the 21st day before the spring election, the municipal clerk mails official absentee ballots to qualified electors who have requested them. See s. 7.15 (1) (cm).

10.66(5)(g)

(g) 30 days after primary.

10.66(5)(g)1.

1. No later than 30 days after the spring primary, the municipal clerk submits to the county clerk a statement of registration and voting information. See s. 6.275 (1).

10.66(5)(g)2.

2. No earlier than 30 days after the spring primary, primary ballots may be destroyed. See s. 7.23 (1) (h).

10.66(5)(g)3.

3. No later than 30 days after the spring primary, the municipal clerk enters on the registration list under the name of each elector of the municipality who has voted at the election the date of the election in which the elector voted. See s. 7.15 (4).

10.66(5)(i)

(i) Last 14 days before election. The municipal clerk shall receive reports of late contributions of $500 or more by candidates for municipal office or committees or individuals supporting or opposing such a candidate, and by groups and individuals supporting or opposing local referenda and reports of late disbursements exceeding $20 by committees and individuals supporting or opposing a candidate for municipal office during the last 14 days before the spring election. See ss. 11.12 (5) and (6) and 11.23 (6).

10.66(5)(im)

(im) 10 days before election. No later than 10 days before the spring election, in any municipality employing an electronic voting system which utilizes automatic tabulating equipment, the municipal clerk has the equipment publicly tested. See s. 5.84 (1).

10.66(5)(j)

(j) 2nd Wednesday before election. 5 p.m., on the 2nd Wednesday before the spring election, is the deadline for voter registration. See s. 6.28 (1).

10.66(5)(k)

(k) 2nd Monday before election.

10.66(5)(k)3.

3. No earlier than 14 days and no later than 8 days before the election, the municipal clerk shall receive election reports by candidates for local office, by committees or individuals supporting or opposing candidates for local office, and by groups, individuals, and corporations supporting or opposing municipal referenda. See s. 11.20 (2).

10.66(5)(L)

(L) Tuesday before election.

10.66(5)(L)1.

1. The Tuesday before spring election is the latest date posting may be substituted for newspaper publication in villages, towns and school districts taking part in the spring election. See s. 10.05.

10.66(5)(L)3.

3. Beginning 7 days before the election, the clerk sends notice to delinquents of failure to comply with filing requirements. See s. 11.22 (9).

10.66(5)(L)4.

4. Beginning 7 days before the election, the clerk makes a list of delinquents available for public inspection. See s. 11.22 (5).

10.66(5)(L)5.

5. Beginning 7 days before the election, the clerk notifies the district attorney of delinquencies. See s. 11.22 (4).

10.66(5)(m)

(m) Thursday before election. No later than the Thursday before the spring election, the town clerk gives separate notice of question requiring nomination papers and nonpartisan primary in lieu of the caucus. See s. 8.05 (3) (e).

10.66(5)(n)

(n) Friday before election.

10.66(5)(n)2.

2. Vacancies may be filled within 4 days. See s. 7.38 (2).

10.66(5)(n)3.

3. 5 p.m., on Friday before the spring election, is the deadline for receipt of application by mail for absentee ballots for the election. See s. 6.86 (1).

10.66(5)(o)

(o) 2 days before election. Ballots in cities of the 1st class shall be ready 2 days before the election when they print their own ballots. See s. 7.15 (2) (b).

10.66(5)(p)

(p) Monday before election.

10.66(5)(p)1.

1. The municipal clerk publishes type B and D notices, and a type C notice when necessary, on the Monday before the spring election. See s. 10.06 (3) (c) and (e).

10.66(5)(p)2.

2. Municipal clerks publish a type D notice on the Monday before spring election. See s. 10.06 (3) (d).

10.66(5)(p)3.

3. The Monday before the spring election is the latest date election materials may be delivered to wards. See s. 7.15 (3) (b) and (5).

10.66(5)(p)5.

5. 5 p.m., on the Monday before the spring election, is the deadline for application, in person, for absentee ballots for the election. See s. 6.86 (1).

10.66(6)

(6) April.

10.66(6)(a)

(a) First Tuesday in April.

10.66(6)(a)1.

1. The first Tuesday in April is the day of the spring election. See s. 5.02 (21).

10.66(6)(a)2.

2. 5 p.m. on the day of the spring election is the deadline for hospitalized electors to make application for an absentee ballot by agent or to file a registration form by agent. See s. 6.86 (3) (c).

10.66(6)(a)3.

3. Upon completion of the ward canvass, the results shall be announced, the results telephoned to the proper clerks and all materials returned to the municipal clerk immediately. See ss. 7.51 (4) (b) and (5) and 7.53 (1).

10.66(6)(a)4.

4. Following spring election any unused election materials and contents of the blank ballot box may be destroyed as the municipal clerk directs. See s. 7.23 (1) (a).

10.66(6)(a)5.

5. No earlier than the day of the spring election, poll lists created for the spring election that was held 2 years earlier may be destroyed. See s. 7.23 (1) (e).

10.66(6)(b)

(b) Day after election.

10.66(6)(b)1.

1. 2 p.m., on the day after the spring election, is the deadline for the municipal clerk to deliver election materials to the county clerk. See ss. 7.51 (5) and 7.53 (3).

10.66(6)(b)2.

2. Within 24 hours after the polls close, municipalities with more than one ward shall begin municipal canvass. See s. 7.53 (2).

10.66(6)(b)3.

3. In municipalities having registration, the municipal clerk checks the name of each elector who has been allowed to vote at the election whose name did not appear on the registration list and revises the list accordingly. See s. 6.56.

10.66(6)(b)4.

4. Beginning on the day after the spring election, the municipal clerk investigates to assure that no person has been allowed to vote more than once at the election. See s. 6.56 (4).

10.66(6)(c)

(c) 3 days after last day of municipal canvass.

10.66(6)(c)1.

1. 5 p.m., 3 days after the last day of municipal canvass, is the deadline to demand the first recount. See s. 9.01 (1) (a).

10.66(6)(c)2.

2. At 9 a.m. on the day following the last day for filing of a recount petition, the board of canvassers reconvenes to begin the recount procedure. See s. 9.01 (1) (b).

10.66(6)(c)3.

3. 5 p.m., 2 days after completion of the first recount, is the deadline to demand a recount in any remaining wards or municipalities. See s. 9.01 (4).

10.66(6)(c)4.

4. No later than 5 business days after the recount determination aggrieved parties may appeal to circuit court. See s. 9.01 (6) (a).

10.66(6)(d)

(d) 2nd Tuesday in April. The 2nd Tuesday in April is the latest municipalities holding annual elections may declare results of the spring election. See s. 7.53 (2) (d).

10.66(6)(e)

(e) 4th Tuesday in April. No earlier than 21 days after the spring election, voting machine recorders used in the election may be cleared and reactivated and detachable recording units and compartments used with electronic voting machines may be cleared or erased. See s. 7.23 (1) (b) and (g).

10.66 - ANNOT.

NOTE: Section 7.23 (1) (b) was repealed by 2009 Wis. Act 397. Corrective legislation is pending.

10.66(7)

(7) May.

10.66(7)(a)

(a) 30 days after election.

10.66(7)(a)1.

1. No later than 30 days after the spring election, the municipal clerk submits to the county clerk a statement of registration and voting information. See s. 6.275 (1).

10.66(7)(a)2.

2. No earlier than 30 days after the spring election, election ballots may be destroyed. See s. 7.23 (1) (h).

10.66(7)(a)3.

3. No later than 30 days after the spring election, the municipal clerk enters on the registration list under the name of each elector of the municipality who has voted at the election the date of the election in which the elector voted. See s. 7.15 (4).

10.66(7)(b)

(b) 90 days after primary.

10.66(7)(b)2.

2. Most spring primary election materials may be destroyed 90 days after the spring primary. See s. 7.23 (1) (k).

10.66(9)

(9) July.

10.66(9)(a)

(a) 90 days after election.

10.66(9)(a)1.

1. Most spring election materials may be destroyed 90 days after the spring election. See s. 7.23 (1) (k).

10.66(9)(am)

(am) 1 year after any election. Election notices, correspondence in connection with such notices and proofs of publication may be destroyed 1 year after the election to which they relate. See s. 7.23 (1) (j).

10.66(9)(b)

(b) 3 years after any election. Records transferred to the municipal clerk by any former registrant who has submitted a dissolution report may be destroyed 3 years after the last election in which the registrant participated. See ss. 11.12 (3) and 11.23 (3).

10.66(9)(c)

(c) 6 years after any election. Financial reports may be destroyed 6 years after any election. See s. 7.23 (1) (d).

10.66(9)(d)

(d) 10 years after any election. Official canvasses may be destroyed 10 years after the election to which they relate. See s. 7.23 (1) (i).

10.66 - ANNOT.

History: 1971 c. 304 ss. 15, 16, 29 (2); 1971 c. 336; 1973 c. 166, 280; 1973 c. 334 s. 29; 1973 c. 339; Stats. 1973 s. 10.66; 1975 c. 420; 1977 c. 394 s. 53; 1977 c. 448; 1979 c. 354; 1981 c. 314 s. 146; 1983 a. 539; 1985 a. 333 ss. 20, 33 to 67, 173; 1987 a. 404 ss. 8, 14 to 22; 1989 a. 56, 273, 368; 1991 a. 32; 1993 a. 487; 2001 a. 62; 2003 a. 324; 2005 a. 149; 2007 a. 98; 2009 a. 213.