Monday September 22, 2014 - Updated 11:00am
- Gov. Walker. Appoints Vincent Biskupic to Outagamie County Circuit Court.
- Gov. Walker. Appoints Josann Reynolds to Dane County Circuit Court.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker names campaign attorney's brother to judgeship.
- Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Time to get real about state road financing.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. New state budget awaits winner of governor's race.
- La Crosse Tribune. Editorial: Transportation funding drives economy.
- American Heart Association of Wisconsin. Recognizes Sen. Joe Leibham with Friend of Heart award.
- Green Bay Press Gazette. Sen. Dave Hansen: Tuition freeze ignores student loan debt crisis.
- DVA. Announces Burlington Veterans Benefits Expo.
- WBAY. Potawatomi double down on withholding payment promise.
- Capital Times. Big farms, frac sand mines could feel force of judge's groundwater ruling.
- Chippewa Herald. State has no budget for voter ID, agencies say.
- Wisconsin Public Radio. Agriculture industry has grown despite recession and drought, report finds.
- Wisconsin Realtors Association. August home sales fall as median prices continue to increase.
- USA Today. Tax refunds will be cut for ACA recipients.
- Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Wisconsin casino expansion may benefit Florida tribe.
- Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Editorial: Go beyond rhetoric when evaluating Act 10.
- Wisconsin Supreme Court. Calendar and case synposes - Oct. 2014.
- Wisconsin State Journal. Liberal group complains voters can't get ID.
- Green Bay Press Gazette. Gun-rights group taking Green Bay to court.
- UW-River Falls. Homecoming and Family Weekend celebrations combined.
- Marquette University. Expert panel goes "On the Issues" to discuss freedom of information and role of the media in the age of Snowden and WikiLeaks.
- UW-Madison. Actions on climate change bring better health, study says.
- Marquette University. In augural address, Lovell maps out future priorities, vision.
- Public Policy Forum. Report urges economic development leaders to heed successful lessons of the Menomonee Valley.
- Gilda's Club Madison. 7th annual Gilda's Run scheduled for October 5th at 10:30 am.
- Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.
- Milwaukee Mayor Barrett. And Latino community leaders discuss the growing Latino vote.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Chris Abele's budget would add money for mental health care, sheriff.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Barrett's 2015 budget includes more cops, no fire service cuts.
- Milwaukee Business Journal. Gary Grunau proposes 0.5% Milwaukee County sales tax for arena, venues, streetcar.
- The Hill. Senators spar over ISIS approach.
- Wisconsin State Journal. Madison VA hospital gets range of complaints about timeliness of care.
- Walker for Governor. Releases new web video: "Honoring our Veterans."
- Kurtz for Congress. Rising energy costs could send one million Americans into poverty.
- Wisconsin Federation of College Republicans. Are students being held to a higher standard than a candidate for governor?
- DPW. Walker's economic disaster corporation continues to sweep problems under the rug.
- RPW. More fallout from Burke's disturbing pattern of plagiarism.
- RPW. Senators Vukmir, Darling call on Mary Burke to immediately withdraw from race.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker hits Mary Burke again on wording of campaign passages.
- Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Emily's List to spend $1.2 million on TV ads for Burke in race against Walker.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Mary Burke's jobs plan and when borrowing ideas goes too far.
- Racine Journal Times. Job plan criticism dogs Burke.
- Stevens Point Journal. Baldwin involved in national battle for Senate women.
- Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Walker is right with aid plans.
- Appleton Post Crescent. For Walker-Burke, quiet contrasts on environment.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker, GOP senators step up attack on Burke's job plan.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Governor's race tightens as Walker supports drops in small towns.
Friday September 19, 2014
- Rep. Nerison. Agriculture's economic growth is no small potatoes.
- Gov. Walker. Economic impact of Wisconsin agriculture jumps from $59 billion to $88 billion.
- UW-Extension. Agriculture now generates $88.3 billion and 413,500 jobs in Wisconsin, UW study says.
- Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Good government advocates call for Walker to step down from WEDC.
- Rep. Krug. Economic growth expected to create budget surplus.
- Sen. Shilling. GOP leaders acknowledge massive deficit.
- Reps. Barca, Lassa. Audit shows continued problems at WEDC.
- WEDC CEO Hall. Response to LAB audit.
- Rep. Goyke. Commemorates POW/MIA Recognition Day 2014.
- Joint Audit Co-Chairs Cowles, Kerkman. Audit recommends further improvements to WEDC's financial management.
- LAB. Report: Governor's Read to Lead Development Fund.
- LAB. Report: WEDC.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Audit: jobs agency makes progress on bad loans by writing many off.
- DOJ. Michigan man convicted of child enticement.
- DOT. Statement from Wisconsin Department of Transportation regarding roadside memorials.
- DNR. Hearings and meetings, Sept. 21-27.
- DOJ. David Dejanovich bound over for trial under State's sexually violent person statute.
- DSPS. Meetings, week of Sept. 22.
- Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board. Celebrates Silver Jubilee.
- Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board. Riverway forestry tour slated for October 1st.
- DFI. Registration is open for 4th annual financial literacy summit Oct. 17 in Green Bay.
- DWD. Meetings and hearings, week of Sept. 22-26.
- DNR. Outdoor Report.
- DWD. BLS August 2014 employment report: Wisconsin outperforms four Midwest states in rate of private-sector job growth year over year.
- Bureau of Labor Statistics. Regional and state employment and unemployment - August 2014.
- Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault. Sexual assault advocates applaud NFL funding for sexual assault services.
- MacIver Institute. School report cards a wake-up call for Milwaukee parents and every Wisconsinite.
- Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Coalition highlights new model of preventing the heroin/opioid health crisis in Wisconsin youth.
- Arts Wisconsin. To present Creative Summits throughout Wisconsin - Fall 2014.
- Bloomberg. Fish-choking microbeads have states limiting cosmetic contents.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 282,000 card numbers from Wisconsin Home Depot breach for sale online.
- Clean Wisconsin. Judge: DNR was right to require groundwater monitoring at New Chester.
- Wisconsin Supreme Court. Justice on Wheels brings Supreme Court to Waukesha to hear cases.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Full appeals court should reverse Wisconsin's voter ID ruling.
- Racine Journal Times. Walker not getting involved in suit over ballots.
- WKOW. Hearing set on request to change Wisconsin ballot.
- UW-Stout. Construction students win national Chapter of Excellence Award.
- UW-Madison. Dwindling wind may tip predator-prey balance.
- MPS. Malcolm X plans continue to move forward.
- MPS. Board OKs health care changes that maintain commitment to retirees, save up to $6 million per year.
- Milwaukee Ald. Bauman. Resolution seeks equal treatment for projects that requires moving utilities.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Three Democratic county clerks won't use GAB-issued ballot.
- WKOW. Dane County clerk won't use redesigned ballots, says they are too confusing.
- Wisconsin Public Radio. Iron County may prosecute activists recorded trespassing near mining site.
- U.S. Rep. Petri. Introduces bill to prevent trains from blocking intersections.
- U.S. Rep. Petri. Honored as Taxpayers' Friend by National Taxpayers Union.
- U.S. Sen. Johnson. Comments on continuing resolution voter in the Senate.
- U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Statement on Senate vote to authorize an expansion of American military efforts in Syria.
- U.S. Rep. Kind. Introduces bipartisan "Teacher Tax Relief" Act.
- USA Today. Senate approves Obama's Syria plan in funding bill.
- WISPIRG. Some good, some bad in Obama Executive Order on protecting antibiotics.
- Cornucopia Institute. USDA maintains pattern of corporate appointments.
- The Hill. Beer fight brewing over EPA rule.
- NFIB. Wisconsin small business backs Walker for reelection.
- Walker for Governor. Eau Claire Leader-Telegram: Drug testing would boost support for aid programs.
- RPW. Senator Luther Olsen calls on Mary Burke to resign from the Madison Metropolitan School District Board.
- Bewley for State Senate. Professional Fire Fighters of Wisonsin endorses.
- RPW. Mary Burke plagiarized jobs plan, violates MMSD policies and schools where she studied.
- Walker for Governor. National Federation of Independent Business endorses.
- LeMahieu for State Senate. Endorsed by Volunteers for Agriculture Committee, Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation.
- Walker for Governor. Mary Burke wants to implement Minnesota's failed Obamacare exchange in Wisconsin.
- Walker for Governor. Statement on Burke plagiarism.
- Wisconsin State Journal. Mary Burke accused of copying job plan from other Democrats.
- Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Burke fires consultant over jobs plan copying.
- Appleton Post Crescent. Burke 'disappointed' by copied text in her job plan.
- Wisconsin Radio Network. Candidates for Wisconsin attorney general agree to debate.
- Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Editorial: Drug testing would boost support for aid programs.
- Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Walker, Burke see new jobs numbers differently.