Wednesday April 1, 2015 - Updated 7:07am
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 2 more UW System campuses announce staff buyout offers.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Arena plan gains momentum after state, local and Bucks officials meet.
- MacIver Institute. Thanks Grover Norquist, legislators for discussing important criminal justice reforms.
- Racine Journal Times. Racine could see ridesharing.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: State must keep close eye on FoodShare changes.
- Milwaukee Business Journal. Alderman: Uber's flat-fee offer for state 'rideshare' law was half what it offered to Milwaukee.
- Wisconsin Radio Network. Bill would sunset CWD deer feeding bans in Wisconsin.
- AG Schimel. DNA at arrest takes effect April 1; AG Schimel marks event with opening of expanded crime lab. Fact Sheet. Felonies List.
- Wisconsin State Journal. DNA collection at arrest begins Wednesday.
- Stevens Point Journal. Small breweries cheer federal tax cut proposal.
- USA Today. Analysis: 61,000 U.S. bridges 'structurally deficient.'
- Beloit Daily News. 3-year extension of casino pact settled.
- Green Bay Press Gazette. Lambeau Field sales tax to end in 6 months.
- U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Tours Northcentral Technical College and Bull Falls Brewery.
- WJFW. Sen. Baldwin would hate to see Indiana religious freedom law in Wisconsin.
- National Journal. Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, Rick Santorum, and Marin O'Malley are all getting sued over the same campaign-finance law.
- Chippewa Herald. Voters to decide how Wisconsin chief justice is chosen.
- New York Times. Scott Walker, allergic to dogs, may run against political history.
- Wausau Daily Herald. Editorial: Justice Bradley deserves re-election.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Memo on miscounted vote highlights divisions on state high court.
Tuesday March 31, 2015
- Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker blames feds for blocking new jobs at stalled GTAC mine.
- WKOW. Gov. Walker doesn't expect bill like Indiana's religious freedom act to become law in Wisconsin.
- Sen. Lassa. Column: Constituents voice concern over state budget.
- Sen. Hansen. Eliminate the proposed $127 million cut to public schools.
- Dane County Exec. Parisi. Advocates for changes to state budget.
- Wisconsin Long-Term Care Coalition. Letter to Joint Finance Co-Chairs regarding ADRC.
- LFB. Property tax estimates under governor's budget bill.
- Sen. Lassa. DHS "dragging its feet" on Family Care letters.
- Wisconsin Wildlife Federation. All former DNR secretaries endorse current authority for the Natural Resources Board.
- Wisconsin Public Radio. Budget cuts threaten unique programs at UW-Stevens Point, administrators say.
- Oshkosh Northwestern. UW-Oshkosh offers retirement incentive packages.
- Chippewa Herald. To balance budgets, governors seek higher education cuts.
- Oshkosh Northwestern. Oshkosh-area residents speak out against state budget.
- Racine Journal Times. As protesters raise the alarm, local legislators say public education cuts won't be so severe.
- Appleton Post Crescent. Fox Cities schools face dual credit dilemma.
- Wisconsin Alliance for Women's Health. Advocates & health experts unite to oppose "co-sleeping" legislation.
- Rep. Zamarripa. South side representatives & bipartisan constituents criticize Walker's submissive shift on immigration.
- WISC. Wildlife experts say bill could be lethal for deer.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Grover Norquist urges criminal justice change to GOP lawmakers.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State legislation sets standards for rideshare firms like Uber, Lyft.
- Sun Prairie Star. WRS bill gains bipartisan backing.
- Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. State lawmakers introduce online ridesharing regulations.
- DATCP. Utility scam targets small businesses.
- DNR. Weekly news.
- DOT. April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month.
- WMC. Business World 2015 summer program applications available.
- Xcel Energy. Files request to switch to more efficient LED street lighting.
- Wisconsin Procurement Institute. For manufacturers: Becoming a supplier to the military and their prime contractors.
- Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin adds 7,500 construction jobs over past year, loses 1,300 jobs January to February.
- U.S. District Court Eastern District of Wisconsin. Frank v. Walker - Defendants' civil local rule 7(h) expedited non-dispositive motion to bifurcate class certification and suspend other briefing.
- Wisconsin Supreme Court. State v. Joel M. Hurley.
- UW-Stout. Tents of Witness: Genocide and Conflict display April 6-7.
- UW-Madison. Shadid Ethics Award honors Chicago Tribune staff.
- UW-Madison. Model helps Wisconsin city planners prepare to weather large storms.
- UW-Stout. Rajiv and Swati Lall, owners of Vets Plus, endow microbiology lab.
- Marquette University. Wisconsin Senate leaders go "On the Issues" at Marquette Law.
- UW-Extension. Support UW student Big Idea finalists in lean startup contest.
- American Land Rights, National Water and Conservation Alliance. St. Croix Watershed National Heritage Area, 10,000 square mile land grab.
- Green Bay Press Gazette. NEW Family Care dissolves after 5-year run.
- U.S. Rep. Grothman. Seeking Congressional Art Competition submissions.
- Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Johnson, Miller host Joint Field Hearing examining Tomah VAMC.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Families give emotional testimony at hearing on Tomah VA. La Crosse Tribune.
- USA Today. VA official apologizes to Tomah families.
- DPW. Discrimination: Scott Walker was (kinda) against it before he was (totally) for it.
- Daley for State Supreme Court. Launches latest radio ad, "Respect."
- Rae for Chair. Representative JoCasta Zamarripa endorses.
- St. Croix County Sup. Kilber. Endorses Judge Daley.
- Daley for State Supreme Court. Statement regarding Greater Wisconsin Committee's advertising buy supporting Justice Ann Walsh Bradley.
- Chippewa Herald. Business group bankrolling 'yes' vote in Supreme Court referendum.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Bradley outpaces Daley in fundraising for Supreme Court race.
- CNN. Republican 2016 hopefuls back Indiana's 'religious freedom' law.
- Bloomberg. The conservative group behind Scott Walker's political rise.