2017 Wisconsin Statutes & Annotations
Chapter 14. Constitutional offices and interstate bodies.
14.34 Additional executive duties.

Universal Citation: WI Stat § 14.34 (2017)

14.34 Additional executive duties. As the second ranking executive officer of the state, the lieutenant governor shall have such additional duties as are assigned by the governor in writing. These may include:

(1) The designation by the governor of the lieutenant governor as the governor's representative on any statutory commission, board or committee on which the governor is entitled to membership. Under such designation, the lieutenant governor shall perform in the place of the governor and shall have all authority and responsibility granted by law to the governor with regard to such membership.

(2) The designation by the governor of the lieutenant governor as the governor's representative on any nonstatutory committee created by the governor under s. 14.019.

(3) The designation by the governor of the lieutenant governor to coordinate state services and programs under s. 14.03 and such other statutory responsibility of the governor for this purpose. The governor shall specify in writing to state agencies the nature, areas and extent of such designated authority.

(4) The designation by the governor of the lieutenant governor as the governor's representative on any intergovernmental body created for the purpose of maintaining relationships with the federal government, state government, regional agencies or local government.

History: 1973 c. 90; 1991 a. 316.

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