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Friday August 28, 2015 - Updated 4:21pm

Legislative

3:20pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Announces Senate committee changes.
1:20pm
Sen. Wanggaard. Statement on Racine Teachers Unions press conference.
1:14pm
Rep. Steffen. Bill to eliminate healthcare golden parachute for legislators moves forward.
5:12am
Rep. Steffen. Bill to return millions of dollars to Brown County taxpayers moves forward.
5:08am
Sen. Kapenga. To serve as Chair of Senate Committee on Public Benefit & Regulatory Reform.

2:02pm
WISN. Wisconsin bill could ban minors from using tanning beds.
2:00pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Scott Walker's many trips need more transparency.
1:22pm
Racine Journal Times. Unions: Proposed bill 'slap in the face' to educators.
5:46am
NBC 26. Some Wisconsin lawmakers hope to reinstate 48 hour handgun bill.
5:02am
Chippewa Herald. AARP backs bill aimed at caregivers.

State Agencies

1:16pm
Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board. To meet at Wyalusing State Park.
12:35pm
DNR. Hearings and Meetings, Aug. 31-Sept. 6.
11:26am

ACLU of Wisconsin. Racial justice supporters tell DNR: "We oppose water diversion to Waukesha."

9:06am
DWD. Meeting and hearings, Aug. 31-Sept. 4.
5:14am
DSPS. Meetings, week of Aug. 31.
5:13am
DNR. Outdoor Report.
5:09am
WHEDA. Foundation awards $500,000 in 2015 housing grants.

5:00am
Wall Street Journal. Editorial: We 'the Sheeple.' Wisconsin Reporter.
4:55am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. State waivers expected to resolve dispute involving Amish.
4:55am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Insurance regulator touts Gov. Walker's efforts to boost Obamacare enrollment.

Economy/Business

1:50pm
AG Schimel. NLRB deicsion hinders Wisconsin efforts to attract, create businesses.

6:07am
Washington Post. In landmark case, labor board will let more workers bargain with their employer's employer.
5:36am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin shows signs of national economic recovery.

Statewide

11:30am
Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council. Welcomes new program director, McKenzie Hicks.
5:11am
Sierra Club. Announces Autumn Assembly.

12:45pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. CDC: 3 times more Wisconsin children got vaccine exemptions than national average.
5:27am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Marijuana decriminalization spreads across WI.

Courts

4:18pm
AG Schimel. Federal court halts Waters of the United States rule.
9:08am
Highland Wind Farm. St. Croix judge kicks Highland Wind Farm decision back to Wisconsin Public Service Committsiono for additional hearings.

10:06am
U.S. News & World Report. Appeals court sides with Obama administration in dispute over bulk collection of phone records.
5:18am
Janesville Gazette. Things to know: New federal rules protecting streams take effect in some states, not others.
5:17am
The Hill. Federal judge blocks Obama's water rule.

Education

2:19pm
UW-Superior. Freshman & international student enrollment up dramatically.
11:32am
UW-Madison. UW and Madison Fire co-hosting Campus Fire Safety Month.
11:31am
UW-Madison. Convocation offers formal welcome for new students.

5:03am
Chippewa Herald. American Family doubles spending on UW-Madison.

Local

4:21pm
Waukesha Mayor Reilly. Waukesha proposal will not harm the Great Lakes.
1:12pm
Town of Windsor. Takes first step towards incorporation.
1:10pm
Milwaukee Mayor Barrett. City of Milwaukee and Nationstar Mortgage announce five-part plan to assist Milwaukee homeowners.
12:14pm
Compact Implementation Coalition. Legal and technical experts tell DNR Waukesha's application does not comply with Great Lakes Compact.
11:45am
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Chief Flynn's gun violence comments disappointing.
11:34am
Milwaukee Ald. Davis. Mayor fails to acknowledge violence crisis.
10:01am
#AllBlackLivesMatterMadison. Protesting Planned Parenthood's racism, past and present, at the Farmers Market on Sat. Aug 29th from 8am-1pm.

12:44pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Common Ground denies 'quid pro quo' between $40M Nationstar deal and change in stance on arena.
11:46am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Chief Flynn says police need more help from federal prosecutors.
5:25am
Racine Journal Times. Power plant coal pile to double in size.
5:06am
Wisconsin State Journal. City Council will decide if unprecedented investment for Judge Doyle Square is worth it.
5:05am
Beloit Daily News. Leaders poised to back Alliant.

Congress

5:35am
WJFW. Rep. Sean Duffy speaks about Virginia shooting, thinks something should be done about mental health services.

Politics

1:18pm
DPW. Senator Johnson silent on veterans' request to return donation.
9:52am
WisconsinEye. 99th Assembly candidates on possible merger of Tech/UW Colleges.

1:17pm
AP. The latest: Clinton: Democratic party needs ground-up remake.
12:50pm
The Hill. Walker: World worse after Clinton, Obama. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
9:11am
Appleton Post Crescent. Steelworkers endorse Feingold.
5:45am
WQOW. Eau Claire reacts to Walker's proposal to eliminate the Affordable Care Act.
5:42am
WISC. Dairy farmers concerned about immigration discussion.
5:41am
WKOW. Walker releases details on foreign policy speech today: 'America Will Not Be Intimidated.'
5:28am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker's weaknesses, challenges show as GOP race heats up.
5:04am
Janesville Gazette. Walker says US 'cannot afford to lose the fight against radical Islamic terrorists.'

Thursday August 27, 2015

Governor

10:39am
Gov. Walker. Weekly radio address.

Legislative

11:31am
Rep. Pope. Column: Parent or employee?
10:52am
Sens. Hansen, Bewley. Call for public hearing on secret plan to merge UW campuses and tech colleges. Letter to Sen. Harsdorf.
10:42am
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Health still a top political issue.
10:40am
Sen. Hansen. Weekly Democratic radio address.

10:53am
Racine Journal Times. Amid Unified struggle, legislator proposes new option to fill board vacancies.
6:00am
WISN. Lawmaker wants to change state's Unfair Sales Act.

State Agencies

11:48am
DOT. Packer travel advisory.
11:17am
DWD Sec. Newson. Recognizes Milwaukee Area Youth for participation in Governor Walker's summer youth program.
11:04am
DPI. Six educators are Wisconsin finalists for Presidential Teaching Awards.
11:04am
One Wisconsin Now. Rearranging the deck chairs won't save Gov. Walker's WEDC.
10:49am
WEDC. Partners with Doyenne Group to support women entrepreneurs.
7:52am
National Council for Amish Religious Freedom. Religious waiver form distributed to Wisconsin counties.

5:41am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Broadband expansion program grows as standards for internet shift.
5:39am
Chippewa Herald. Corporate tax revenue bump helps state tax collections beat projection.
5:31am
Wisconsin State Journal. Paul Soglin: New Hill Farms building could spur Downtown redevelopment.

Economy/Business

7:56am
Bureau of Economic Analysis. GDP: Second quarter 2015.

5:07am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Pending EPA rules to reduce ozone bring outcry from business groups.
5:05am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Leaders laud Oshkosh Corp. Army contract.
5:04am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Oshkosh Army deal will boost state economy.

Statewide

2:12pm
Wisconsin Women's Network. Announces 2015-16 Wisconsin Women's Policy Institute fellows.
12:54pm
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield. Highlights importance of vision exams.
11:06am
Wisconsin Technology Council. Marquette President Lovell to highlight regional innovation at Sept. 10 WIN-Milwaukee.
10:28am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. $1,000 per hour lobbyists roam Wisconsin Capitol.

5:46am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Gas prices could be less than $2 per gallon by December.
5:45am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Reducing prison populations requires unpopular choices, researchers say.

Education

3:28pm
American Family Insurance. And UW-Madison expand partnership to support academics, research, athletics and charitable efforts.
2:06pm
UW-Madison. An ounce of prevention: Research advances on 'scourge' of transplant wards.
11:56am
UW-Madison. Wisconsin School of Business helps Capital Brewery tap into craft beer markets.
11:18am
UW-Madison. UW organic vegetable field day features veggie tasting event.
9:12am
UW System President Cross. Statement on Wisconsin Technology Council principles to guide future of higher education.

5:27am
Cap Times. Wisconsin public schools lost 2,900 teachers over nine-year period.
5:05am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Wisconsin ACT scores remain steady.

Local

5:16am
Wausau Daily Herald. Property tax hike all but certain for Wausau.

Congress

12:52pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Recognizes Hurricane Katrina anniversary.

5:12am
Racine Journal Times. Demonstrators in front of Ryan's Racine office denounce his stance on Iran deal.

Federal Agencies

1:25pm
Janesville Gazette. Tomah VA Medical Center temporarily stopping psychiatric services at hospital, nursing home.

Politics

1:30pm
State Senate Democratic Committee. Whose side is Sheila Harsdorf on?
12:54pm
Duchow for Assembly. Locks in key support in race to fill 99th AD.
12:51pm
Wisconsin Right to Life. Endorses Owens, Duchow, Westlake for special election in 99th Assembly district.
12:07pm
Feingold for U.S. Senate. Ron Johnson doesn't support a federal minimum wage.
9:13am
WisconsinEye. 99th Assembly District candidates on transportation funding options.

1:29pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker says he didn't chastise Chinese president in 2013 meeting.
1:22pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker: Clinton is wrong on gun control after TV shooting.
10:41am
DPW. Senator Ron Johnson opposes a federal minimum wage.
5:11am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Democratic Party spokeswoman joins Chris Abele's staff.
4:56am
Cap Times. Scott Walker to deliver foreign policy address in South Carolina.
4:56am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker pushes term limits but broke pledge as county executive.
4:55am
Des Moines Register. In Iowa, Walker defends position on China.

Wednesday August 26, 2015

Legislative

4:59pm
LFB. Preliminary 2014-15 general fund tax collections.
12:44pm
Rep. Subeck. 95 years after women gain the right to vote, challenges to achieving full equality remain.
10:55am
Sen. Wanggaard. Column: John Doe law reforms needed to protect everyone.
10:53am
Sen. Stroebel. UW-Madison Director of Community Relations wrong on shop-lifting.
10:11am
Sen. Risser. Bill would ban the use of tanning facilities by minors.

5:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Elections, ethics watchdog just trying to do its job.
5:17am
Wisconsin Public Radio. GOP plan would expand restrictions on campaigning in nursing homes.
5:05am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Nearly 700 UW-Madison faculty sign letter on fetal tissue bill.

State Agencies

2:58pm
Pro-Life Wisconsin. Energized by 10% decline in Wisconsin abortions.
1:06pm
Wisconsin Lottery. Fond du Lac man claims $350,000 SuperCash! ticket.
12:28pm
DWD. Wisconsin local employment & unemployment estimates released.
10:51am
DOR. Collections, fiscal year 2015.
7:59am
DPI. Wisconsin ACT results hold steady.

3:02pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. DNR proposes several changes to fishing regulations and limits.
11:44am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Wisconsin tourism agency to showcase Jordy Nelson again.
11:41am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State tax collections top estimates by $71 million.
11:27am
Janesville Gazette. Report: State tax collections exceeded projections.
11:24am
AP. Walker administration assigns guards to DOJ offices.
5:13am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Abortions in Wisconsin were down 10 percent in 2014.
4:45am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Wisconsin under-pricing complaints against Meijer continue.

Economy/Business

11:39am
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Congratulates Oshkosh Corporation on JLTV award.
10:12am
Gov. Walker. Statement congratulating Oshkosh Corporation.
9:41am
WMC. Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce applauds Oshkosh Corp.
4:39am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Statement on Oshkosh Defense announcement.
4:39am
Sen. Gudex. Statement on Oshkosh Defense contract award.
4:38am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Congratulates Oshkosh Defense on JLTV contract.
4:37am
Oshkosh Defense. U.S. Army awards $6.7 billion Joint Light Tactical Vehicle contract to Oshkosh Corporation.

4:35am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Oshkosh Corp wins $6.7 billion army contract. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Statewide

8:57am
Wisconsin Right to Life. Applauds a 10% Wisconsin abortion decrease.

5:57am
NBC News. Obamacare 'Cadillac tax' will lead employers to cut FSAs: Analysis.
5:49am
Washington Post. The U.S. is choking on its traffic and it's going to get worse.
5:04am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Tests turn up no sign of Asian carp in Fox, Milwaukee rivers.

Courts

8:56am
District II Court of Appeals. Christopher W. Baade v. Brian Hayes.
8:52am
District II Court of Appeals. City of Kaukauna v. Village of Harrison.

Education

4:02pm
UW-Stout. English instructor examines contrasts in new Harper Lee novel.
3:00pm
Wisconsin Technology Council. Outlines principles to guide constructive debate on future of higher ed.
2:57pm
MPS. Thousands of MPS teachers, support staff to come together to kick off new year.

4:59am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Teacher ranks shrink, skew white and less experienced in report.
4:30am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Wisconsin ACT exam results hold steady; state ties with Iowa for No. 2 spot behind Minnesota.

Local

4:50pm
Safe Communities Madison. 2015 'BeSafe Awards' honorees announced.
11:29am
M-WERC. WERCBench Labs presents Demo Day.
10:56am
MTCS. Driver praised for helping elderly passenger - and it was caught on video.
8:58am
Public Policy Forum. Report paints profile of Metro Milwaukee's teacher workforce.
4:43am
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Opening of two new Memory Cafes continues progress towards a dementia friendly Milwaukee County.

5:14am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin communities consider garbage collection fees to help maintain the landfills.
4:58am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Open government loses a round.
4:41am
Janesville Gazette. Editorial: Alliant's solar plan is sound investment toward future needs.

Congress

5:47am
McClatchy DC. CBO: Short term good, long term blah.
5:19am
La Crosse Tribune. With Kind's urging, Feds embrace Yelp.

Politics

11:47am
Reuters. Hillary Clinton: More investments in rural U.S. will boost economy.
6:08am
Washington Post. As Scott Walker criticizes China, he could see repercussions in Iowa.
5:51am
The Hill. Dem: No apology for 'noose' remark about Scott Walker.
5:41am
Reuters. Trump's lead grows as Bush slips in Republican White House race: Reuters poll.
5:37am
WISC. Trump cites state division in Walker poll drop. WKOW.
5:20am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Sheriff David Clarke: Scott Walker campaign 'stuck in neutral,' needs shakeup.
4:48am
National Journal. Walker's Medicaid plan puts a new twist on Republican reform.
4:32am
Cap Times. Democratic Party of Wisconsin to form joint fundraising committee with Hillary Clinton. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Tuesday August 25, 2015

Governor

1:19pm
Gov. Walker. Releases statement on WEDC CEO retirement announcement.

Legislative

4:41pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: Making a will now can prevent confusion, conflict later.
2:00pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Improving students' mental health this school year.
12:05pm
Rep. Jorgensen. Jorgensen's Journal: Offers "Food for Thought" on childhood hunger.
11:31am
Rep. Allen. Small business symposium.
10:43am
State Senate Democratic Committee. Tiffany at center of forced land sale controversy.
5:43am
Wisconsin Family Council. Pro-family organization announces first-ever legislator & pastor awards.

5:12am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Distinction between fraud, honest mistake at crux of unemployment benefits debate.
4:57am
Milwaukee Business Journal. City, county, MMAC lobbied more hours than Bucks for Milwaukee arena funding.

State Agencies

3:14pm
WMC. Applauds Reed Hall as he retires from WEDC.
2:39pm
DPI. New school year brings excitement.
2:21pm
DNR. Weekly news update, August 25, 2015.
1:39pm
Rep. Barca. Statement on retirement of WEDC CEO Reed Hall.
1:13pm
Wisconsin Technology Council. Congratulates Reed Hall on his service to WEDC, state.
1:12pm
Sen. Lassa. Statement on WEDC Secretary's retirement.
12:04pm
WEDC. Secretary/CEO Reed Hall announces retirement.
11:17am
Wisconsin Emergency Manangement. "Don't wait. Communicate."
5:42am
DOJ. Wisconsin joins states asking SCOTUS to exempt Little Sisters of the Poor from Obamacare contraception mandate.

2:32pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Head of state's top jobs agency retiring.
4:59am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin gave financial boost to firm using fetal tissue.

Economy/Business

3:13pm
Xcel Energy. Continues to lead the way in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
1:40pm
Alliant Energy. Launching innovative solar demonstration project at Madison office.

5:30am
USA Today. Wall Street set to bounce back amid China stocks plummet.

Statewide

11:29am
Wisconsin Right to Life. Another 50 livers a week.

4:59am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Number of Wisconsin bicycle fatalities on the rise.
4:58am
Duluth News Tribune. Second Wisconsin elk herd now roaming free.

Courts

8:34am
District I Court of Appeals. Stephen Laughland v. John Beckett.
8:33am
District III Court of Appeals. Ronald M. Berg v. Thomas R. Ziel.

2:29pm
Janesville Gazette. Court: People in US illegally have constitutional right to bear arms but still can't by law.

Education

12:09pm
Marquette University. Dr. Melissa J. Ganz awarded Way Klinger Young Scholars award.
11:30am
Wisconsin Budget Project. Fewer, less experienced teachers hinder Wisconsin public schools.
11:18am
UW-Madison. Communities have turned to water resources program for 50 years.
10:12am
UW-Stevens Point. Recognized as a great value among Midwest schools.
9:24am
UW-Madison. 'Lazy eye' may bully the brain into altering its wiring.

5:20am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. UW official sparks controversy with remarks on policing.

Local

12:07pm
Onwards. Travel with purpose non profit kicks off journey in Milwaukee. Press Kit.
12:03pm
Milwaukee Council President Murphy. Memorial walk, stone dedication to honor Alderman Joe Dudzik.
11:54am
#AllBlackLivesMatterMadison. Protest Planned Parenthood's racism, past and present, on Wednesday August 26th from 4-6pm!
11:38am
Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice. 90 mile pro-peace, anti-racial profiling walk to end in action.

2:40pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Bucks Park East purchase making 'good progress' according to county comptroller.
11:58am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. City comptroller recommends approval of Milwaukee Bucks arena plan.
5:10am
Sheboygan Press. Sheboygan wheel tax gets icy reception.

Congress

12:29pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Statement on beginning farmers grant.
12:04pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Annoucnes La Crosse listening session.
12:00pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Announces Richland County listening session.
10:45am
U.S. Rep. Kind. Announces Grant County listening session.

5:14am
Chippewa Herald. Baldwin talks student loan debt crisis at CVTC.

Federal Agencies

12:09pm
The Cornucopia Istitute. Industry watchdog asks USDA to ban use of wastewater from fracking and sewage systems for organic food production.

Politics

12:30pm
Wisconsin Right to Life. Endorses Duchow, Westlake for special election in 99th Assembly District.

4:40pm
WJFW. Walker's wife contemplates presidential campaign, First Lady prospect.
2:34pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Russ Feingold: Ron Johnson 'has no principles' on outside campaign money.
12:01pm
Appleton Post Crescent. Feingold rallies Fox Cities Democrats.
5:01am
New York Times. G.O.P. candidates take aim at China as U.S. markets tumble.
5:00am
Newsmax. Top fundraiser for Scott Walker meets with Trump.
4:57am
CNN. Scott Walker: Cancel Chinese president's White House visit.

Monday August 24, 2015

Governor

11:33am
Gov. Walker. Announces Kentucky Elk released into Wisconsin wild.
10:41am
Gov. Walker. Appoints Portage County judge.
10:38am
Gov. Walker. Appoints Milwaukee County judge.

Legislative

1:11pm
Rep. Rob Brooks. To accompany Congressman Sensenbrenner at district listening sessions.
12:29pm
Rep. Shankland, Sen. Hansen. Unveil proposal to protect Wisconsin taxpayers.
12:28pm
Rep. Jarchow. Announces in-district town hall meetings.
6:02am
Rep. Murphy. Statement on Mitchell comments.

12:33pm
Chippewa Herald. Democrats: Lawmakers running for federal office should reimburse state for travel.
6:18am
Wisconsin State Journal. Sen. Duey Stroebel: TIF must benefit taxpayers, not just special interests.
5:55am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Animal abuse reporting requirements would expand under new bill.
5:36am
Racine Journal Times. Speaker Robin Vos: Three task forces, three important issues.
5:27am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Abortion bill stirs medical research debate.
5:04am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: No good reason to make changes.
5:00am
WISC. Wisconsin Assembly committee to vote on fetal tissue ban.
4:58am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker supports bill to block federal money for Planned Parenthood.
4:53am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. GOP leaders dispute Scott Walker's account of union battle.
4:51am
Daily Journal. Wisconsin Legislature's budget committee votes unanimously not to override Walker veto.
4:50am
WBAY. Milwaukee Bucks spent most on lobbying through June.

State Agencies

4:37pm
DOT. Wisconsin ports and waterways help chart the course for Wisconsin's growing economy.
11:14am
DWD. BLS data: Addition of 8,200 private-sector jobs ranks Wisconsin in top 10 states for monthly job growth, 2nd highest in Midwest.
10:54am
PSC. Announces public hearing schedule for pending rate cases.
10:33am
DOT. State Patrol inspects every school bus every year.
10:16am
DATCP. Growers elect members for soybean marketing board.

5:57am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Land sales won't affect popular trout ponds, DNR official says.
5:32am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State giving millions to broadband providers to expand in rural areas.
5:15am
Chippewa Herald. Lawmakers: Solitary changes good overall.
5:11am
Appleton Post Crescent. State pushing to curb solitary confinement.

Economy/Business

9:00am
Reuters. Great fall of China sinks world stocks, dollar tumbles.

Statewide

11:40am
Wisconsin Literacy. 1200 Tutors in 12 Weeks campaign volunteers are needed throughout Wisconsin.
11:18am
ACLU. State issues birth certificate recognizing same-sex parents.
11:16am
South Central Federation of Labor. To celebrate Labor Day with LaborFest 2015 on Monday, September 7.
6:03am
Wisconsin Women in Government. To honor Wisconsin's first ladies at reception.

Courts

5:31am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Transgender inmate sues Wisconsin prison officials to live as woman.

Education

12:57pm
Marquette University. Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn goes "On the Issues."
12:31pm
UW-Stout. Veterans Club receives grant for Military and Veterans Resource Center.
11:34am
Marquette University. Two Marquette real estate professors win best paper awards.
10:29am
UW-Madison. Places high in recent rankings.
9:03am
UW System. Seeks statewide input in developing its new strategic plan.

5:43am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. UW Foundation's fees from Blue Cross donation questioned.

Local

4:36pm
Milwaukee County Chairman Lipscomb. Responds to five-year financial forecast. Five-Year Financial Forecast.
10:18am
City of Madison. Public health's WIC program launches new payment initiative.

5:10am
Twin Cities Pioneer Press. Wisconsin tribe endorses medicinal, recreational marijuana.

Congress

4:54am
Wisconsin Dells Events. Congressman: Federal funds for Dells-run trolley not feasible.

Politics

11:12am
Feingold for U.S. Senate. Visits 72nd county, listening to Wisconsinites.

11:17am
WISC. Moore says Walker 'tightening the noose' on black people.
5:18am
WHBL. Grothman: More can be accomplished with a new president.
5:17am
Twin Cities Pioneer Press. Scott Walker lets 'handful of reasonable' Muslims remark stand.
5:16am
Yahoo News. Walker's health plan hinges on a tricky subsidy rollback.
5:12am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Gov. Scott Walker: Wrong again on immigration.
5:09am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Two Midwest GOP governors with very different presidential campaigns.
5:07am
La Crosse Tribune. Scott Walker: 'Handful of reasonable, moderate followers of Islam.'
5:05am
Washington Post. Scott Walker clarifies: His current position on birthright citizenship is no position at all. U.S. News & World Report.
5:04am
Sheboygan Press. Feingold rips Johnson, Walker.
4:56am
CNN. Walker stumbles through Black Lives Matter question.

Friday August 21, 2015

Governor

4:41am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker's Wisconsin chief of staff is stepping down. Chippewa Herald.

Legislative

4:02pm
Wisconsin Economic Development Association. Senator Gudex receives economic development award.
3:00pm
Rep. Steineke. Calls on Menominee leaders to "say no to drugs."
12:10pm
Sen. Carpenter. Bill to protect domestic abuse victims closer to becoming law.
10:15am
Sen. Gudex. Receives economic development award.

4:55am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin among states with least-effective vaccination laws, study shows.
4:43am
Cap Times. Bill to exempt political crimes from John Doe investigations clears Assembly committee.

State Agencies

4:03pm
DATCP. Growers elect members for Cranberry Board.
4:01pm
DWD. Lt. Governor, DWD Deputy Secretary congratulate Project SEARCH graduates.
4:00pm
DATCP. Small businesses: Watch for fake utility account calls.
12:48pm
WI Lottery. Join the Wisconsin Lottery, Milwaukee Brewers and Wisconsin Humane Society for Top Dog ticket launch.
12:13pm
DWD. Meetings and hearings, Aug. 24-28.
12:04pm
GAB. Releases lobbying report for first six months of 2015.
12:02pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, Aug. 24-30.

5:32am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Selling trout ponds is a bad idea.

Education

12:08pm
UW-Madison. Wireles microcamera clusters broaden laparoscopic imaging.
10:13am
UW-River Falls. Photography exhibition focuses on US/Mexico border.
5:37am
MPS. Earns $35.6 million in competitive grants to support students, highest total in 3 years.

5:16am
Racine Journal Times. School board members dash out of meeting before vote on teacher wages.
5:05am
Chippewa Herald. UW-Madison raises undergrad application fee by $6.

Local

2:58pm
MCTS. & ATU contract talks continue.
5:36am
Young Gifted and Black. Justice for Cierra: Surviving violence is not a crime.

5:33am
WBAY. Source: Menominee vote in favor of marijuana.
5:23am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Flying drones now illegal at Green Bay events.
5:22am
Oshkosh Northwestern. 10-acre plaza heart of Titletown District.
5:17am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Residents sound off on new Milwaukee Bucks arena.

Congress

12:50pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Tours Harley-Davidson Factory in Menomonee Falls.
12:09pm
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Reminder: Grothman accepting applications for fall internships.

5:04am
La Crosse Tribune. Baldwin touts waterfront revitalization bill at Riverside, Mobile Oil sites.
4:45am
La Crosse Tribune. Johnson calls border security 'huge problem,' criticizes nuclear deal.

Politics

12:05pm
One Wisconsin Now. Ten things that do not intimidate 'unintimidated' Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker.

4:51am
TIME. The Repubican 2016 field takes a hard right on immigration.
4:51am
Politico. Rick Santorum rips Ted Cruz, Scott Walker as soft on immigration.
4:50am
USA Today. GOP candidates take aim in N.H. at teachers' unions.
4:49am
La Crosse Tribune. Feingold: Johnson 'living in the past,' Obamacare 'here to stay.'

Thursday August 20, 2015

Governor

5:20pm
Gov. Walker. Announces administrative staff promotions.
12:13pm
Gov. Walker. DWD Sec. Newson announce $2.2 million in youth apprenticeship grant awards.
10:11am
Gov. Walker. Weekly radio address.

5:20am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State paid Michigan lawyers $2.2 million for work on casino.

Legislative

3:37pm
Rep. Shankland. To host office hours on Tuesday, August 25.
12:46pm
Rep. Barca. Audit: GAB doing its job as non-partisan government watchdog.
12:40pm
Rep. Craig. Legislation reforming John Doe passes Assembly committee, heads to Assembly floor
9:26am
Joint Audit Co-Chairs Cowles, Kerkman. Audit recommends further improvements for GAB.
9:25am
Rep Wachs. Democratic Weekly Radio Address.
9:23am
LAB. Report 15-13: Complaints considered by the Government Accountability Board. Briefing Sheet. Mobile Briefing Sheet.
7:30am
Sen. Vinehout. Lack of rural broadband frustrates fairgoers.

9:53am
Janesville Gazette. Wisconsin elections board director praises new audit looking at secret investigations.
9:24am
GAB. Statement regarding positive LAB audit.
6:06am
Portage Daily Register. Pardeeville schools chief: Cuts hurting students.
5:45am
Fox 11. Lawmakers: Ambulance staffing change would help rural areas.
5:30am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Time to study new direction.
4:51am
Cap Times. Wisconsin legislators discuss bill to require photo ID for food stamp recipients.
4:48am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. While in mourning, Alberta Darling still wants to make a difference.

State Agencies

4:31pm
DNR. Firefighting teams providing support in western states.
4:06pm
WEDC. Mortara breaks ground on new Milwaukee manufacturing facility.
2:33pm
DNR. Play a key role in conservation - submit your feedback regarding draft Fish, Wildlife and Habitat Management and Wildlife Action plans before Aug. 30.
1:57pm
DATCP. Walworth County deer farmer penalized for violating quarantines.
1:30pm
DNR. Outdoor Report.
1:29pm
DWD. Monthly BLS estimates: Wisconsin adds 8,200 private-sector jobs in July.
12:43pm
DOT. Statewide crackdown on drunken driving begins Friday.
5:33am
Rep. Barca. WEDC must act more quickly to put in place stronger taxpayer safeguards.

5:17am
Racine Journal Times. WEDC committee recommends additional checks for award recipients.
5:09am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Troubled state jobs agency vows tighter controls.
5:04am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. DNR move to sell prime spring ponds outrages trout anglers.

Statewide

5:34am
Wisconsin Railroad Association. Wisconsin receives national grant to improve rail safety.

Courts

4:53am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Talgo to receive up to $9.75 million from Wisconsin over train lawsuit. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Education

2:35pm
UW-Stout. Discovery Center helps new business bring products to market.
12:11pm
Marquette University. Marquette names next dean of the Graduate School.
11:43am
UW-River Falls. Presents Year of Mexico kickoff event.
10:12am
UW-Madison. Report: Bicycling deaths have decreased, but adults remain at elevated risk.

9:57am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. UW seeks $6 bump in admissions application fee.
9:28am
UW-Madison. CALS researchers deploy insect 'birth control' to protect cranberries.
5:37am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Marinette County high school to begin randomly drug testing students.

Local

3:42pm
Waukesha County Exec. Farrow. 2015 Waukesha County Executive Award winners announced.
1:28pm
Hausmann Johnson Insurance. Madison insurance firm named one of the nation's 10 best workplaces in the industry.
12:14pm
Milwaukee Alderman Bauman. Dr. Luis "Tony" Baez named winner of the 2015 Frank P. Zeidler public service award.
9:48am
North Shore Bank. To build new Suamico Branch.
9:20am
City of Madison. It's time to check on back to school vaccinations.

2:03pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Marquette poll shows Ron Johnson, Russ Feingold rematch tightening.
11:31am
Appleton Post Crescent. Outagamie County airport goes international.
5:39am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Menominee Tribe begins voting on marijuana legalization.
5:08am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Retailer accuses Meijer of under-pricing goods, violating Wisconsin statute.

Congress

11:40am
U.S. Rep. Ribble. A solution to our bloken budget process.

5:44am
WQOW. U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin discusses student debt in Eau Claire.

Politics

4:05pm
Wisconsin Right to Life. Wisconsinites support the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.
3:36pm
Support our Schools Wauwatosa. Statement on Marquette Poll.
2:31pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Walker's health plan would make Wisconsin one of the most expensive states, Minnesota lowest.
1:59pm
RPW. ICYMI: On Feingold's honor: Former senator still silent on honoraria call.
1:25pm
Marquette Law School. Poll finds Walker, Clinton leading primary fields among Wisconsin voters.
12:47pm
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Scott Walker's education speech debacle.
9:55am
State Senate Democratic Committee. Tom Tiffany fails to explain his attacks on local control.
8:01am
Westlake for Assembly. Endorsed by Pro-Life Wisconsin.

2:02pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker. Hillary Clinton leading in Wisconsin but margin narrows.
2:01pm
Chippewa Herald. Marquette Poll: Scott Walker's approval level at home drops below 40%.
7:56am
Wisconsin State Journal. One of Scott Walker's educational role models doesn't agree with him on everything.
6:26am
Bloomberg. Republican plans to replace Obamacare have a problem: House Republicans.
5:32am
Chippewa Herald. Medicaid, private health coverage less likely for the poor under Scott Walker's plan.
5:05am
Business Insurance. GOP candidate Walker offers few details on replacement for health care reform.
4:55am
WKOW. Walker touts education record in NH as WI school principals question his reforms.
4:54am
Fox 8. Gov. Bobby Jindal challenges Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker to dabate.
4:46am
Yahoo News. Feeling sense of 'urgency,' Walker says he'll get aggressive.

Wednesday August 19, 2015

Legislative

1:41pm
Sen. Wirch. Calls on Schimel to investigate gas price gouging.
9:25am
Sen. Risser. Bill would require veterinarians to report animal abuse.

5:29am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Proposal: Return Lambeau tax surplus to area.
5:18am
WKOW. GOP bill would ban repeat unemployment fraud offenders from getting benefits.
5:12am
WJFW. Facing strong opposition, Tiffany defends shoreland zoning changes in state budget.
5:07am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Bills targeting welfare fraud draw criticism at public hearing.

State Agencies

4:00pm
DWD. Wisconsin adds almost 40,000 private-sector jobs during year ending in March 2015.
2:48pm
Emergency Management. Storm damage report.
12:30pm
WEDC. Awards administration committee advances seven projects.
11:29am
AG Schimel. Formal opinion regarding Long-Term Care Districts.
11:23am
State Treasurer Adamczyk. Opposes BCPL purchases of timberland.
9:24am
DWD. Deputy Secretary Maxwell joins Wisconsin Promise 'Take Your Legislator' to Work event.

4:51am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. In interview, DNR secretary covers waterfront of state issues.

Statewide

4:49am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: State has head start on EPA carbon emissions goal.

Courts

10:39am
U.S. District Court Western District of Wisconsin: William Whitford v. Gerald Nichol. Notice of motion and motion to dismissDefendants' brief in support of motion to dismiss.

5:02am
Wisconsin State Journal. State DOJ seeks dismissal of gerrymandering lawsuit.

Education

12:23pm
UW-Stout. Students dig into sustainability at UW-Sprout campus garden.
10:06am
Marquette University. Names first-ever James Foley scholar.
10:05am
UW System. Honors Dr. P.B. Poorman Award recipients for Outstanding Achievement on Behalf of LGBTQ People.
10:04am
UW System. Honors Outstanding Women of Color in Education Award recipients.

Local

1:35pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Jursik. Congratulates Rick Barrett on couture project.
12:25pm
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Amani neighborhood and Milwaukee County to celebrate grand re-opening of Moody Park.

5:11am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Preserve Our Parks will not appeal lawsuit, clearing way for Couture on Milwaukee's lakefront.
4:56am
Cap Times. DOJ: It's unconstitutional to ban homeless from sleeping outside.

Congress

4:11pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. To tour local startups as part of Start-Up Day Across America. 
1:38pm
One Wisconsin Now. Presents research, offers solutions to student debt crisis at U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin's college affordability roundtable.
9:20am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Announces staff mobile office hours.

Federal Agencies

5:38am
Cornucopia Institute. Watchdog group formally challenges allegedly illegal agribusiness appointments to USDA Organic Governing Board.

Politics

2:46pm
Feingold for U.S. Senate. Announces first radio ad "Listening to Wisconsin."
9:23am
Duchow for Assembly. Wisconsin REALTORS Association endorses.

5:55am
Washington Post. Fading in the polls, Scott Walker aims to attract Trump voters.
4:45am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Russ Feingold lays out economic priorities.
4:44am
Daily Caller. Discarding iconic pledge, Feingold raises money from Hollywood liberals.
4:42am
The Hill. Vulnerable lawmakers also among wealthiest.
4:41am
Wisconsin State Journal. Russ Feingold backs $15 minimum wage in first campaign policy speech.
4:38am
Minneapolis Star Tribune. Gov. Walker tours Brooklyn Center machine shop, touts Obamacare replacement.
4:37am
CNN. Facing Trump surge, Walker adopts harder anti-Washington edge.

Tuesday August 18, 2015

Legislative

4:31pm
Rep. Kerkman. Testifies on two-strikes UI fraud bill.
3:36pm
Rep. Kremer. Committee hears bill to add photos to FoodShare QUEST cards.
3:30pm
Rep. Jorgensen. Half-baked public benefit bills miss the mark on fraud reduction, stand to harm those in need.
2:38pm
Rep. Subeck. Requiring photo ID for FoodShare will burden hardworking families, seniors and disabled; cost millions to implement.
12:32pm
LAB. Report 15-12: Wisconsin Retirement System Reporting for Participating Employers. Briefing Sheet. Mobile Briefing Sheet.
12:31pm
LAB: Report 15-11: Wisconsin Retirement System. Briefing Sheet. Mobile Briefing Sheet.
10:29am
Rep. Wachs. WTCS/UWS merger talks should be open. Letter.
5:55am
Rep. Kerkman. To testify on two-strikes unemployment insurance fraud bill.

9:01am
WBAY. Excess stadium tax revenue tops $17 million.
5:16am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Legislation would loosen rules for EMTs in rural Wisconsin.

State Agencies

1:11pm
DNR. Weekly news update, August 18, 2015.
12:18pm
DATCP. Identity theft risks don't end at the campus gates.
11:52am
DATCP. Jackson County to be quarantined for EAB.
11:18am
DPI. Wisconsin school mental health project gets under way.

4:31am
CBS 58. State superintendent warns of shrinking teacher talent pool.

Statewide

3:33pm
Wisconsin Women's Network. Announces Women's Equality Day celebration to take place Wednesday, August 26th.
2:29pm
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield. Says preventive steps can lead to safer steps.
11:19am
Forward Festival. Annual Forward Festival to highlight inclusiveness.
8:25am
WMC. Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce seeks applicants for job honor awards.
5:57am
Wisconsin Game Preserve Association. Wisconsin pheasant and quail farmers honor DATCP State Veterinarian Dr. Paul McGraw and Outdoor News Editor Mr. Dean Bortz.

Courts

8:57am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Joseph M. Capistrant.
8:51am
District III Court of Appeals. Joan A. Kelly v. Amanda E. Berg.

Education

1:56pm
Marquette University. Marquette senior economics professor awarded Fulbright.
11:29am
UW-Madison. REACH Program to make large lecture courses more interactive.
11:28am
UW-Madison. Everett Mitchell receives award for community impact.
10:30am
UW-Stout. Student sees league's inner workings as intern in New York.

5:25am
WMTV. Dozens of teacher openings remain in Janesville.
5:06am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: More flexible under Act 10.
4:59am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. School districts scramble to find teachers for open positions.
4:44am
Racine Journal Times. School board members shun meeting, prevent voting.

Local

3:34pm
Plumbers Local 75. Memo in support of Waukesha's water application.
1:35pm
Milwaukee County Transit System. Take the MCTS shuttle to Mexican Fiesta.
1:12pm
Milwaukee Alderman Zielinski. Resolution urges no police furlough days in 2016 budget.

5:15am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Eau Claire County tries new approach to prosecuting meth users.
5:14am
Wisconsin Public Radio. More asbestos-like minerals found in parts of Penokee Range.
5:04am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Public weighs in on City of Waukesha's water request.
4:43am
Sheboygan Press. Sheboygan alderman proposes $20 wheel tax.
4:29am
WAOW. Tuberculosis case confirmed in Shawano County.

Congress

2:47pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Joins celebration of Brule-St. Croix Forest conservation effort.

Federal Agencies

5:07am
Janesville Gazette. IRS: Computer breach bigger than first thought; 334K victims.

Politics

4:05pm
Sen. Shilling. Statement on Gov. Walker's proposal to restrict health care access.
3:08pm
RPW. Chairman Brad Courtney calls on Senator Feingold to release records.
1:14pm
Feingold for U.S. Senate. Shares economic prorities.
1:11pm
Sen. Erpenbach. Reacts to Governor Walker plan to repeal health care coverage for 16 million Americans, 200,000 from Wisconsin.
1:09pm
Wisconsin Council on Children & Families. Responds to Scott Walker's health plan speech in Minnesota.
11:32am
Walker for President. My plan to repeal & replace ObamaCare.
11:17am
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Scott Walker's "Bait and Switch" health care plan would force millions off health coverage.
9:57am
Duchow for Assembly. Key Waukesha leaders back Duchow in 99th GOP primary.
9:56am
DPW. Veterans call on Johnson to return campaign donation.
9:55am
RPW. Russ Feingold, critic of speaking fees as senator, cashed in out of office.

2:46pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker: I will repeal Obamacare on Day 1 of presidency.
11:49am
Reuters. Republican Walker proposes health tax credits by age, not income.
11:48am
The Hill. Walker unveils plan to replace ObamaCare.
4:46am
Marshfield News Herald. Growing numbers mean greater clout for millennials.
4:27am
USA Today. Club for Growth to spend $2.5 million to back Johnson re-election campaign.
4:27am
Yahoo News. GOP hopeful Scott Walker offers health plan with tax credits.
4:26am
CNN. Scott Walker says his immigration plan similar to Donald Trump's.
4:24am
Bloomberg. Protesters give Walker his moment at Iowa fair.

Monday August 17, 2015

Legislative

2:41pm
Sen. Taylor. Julian Bond, influential civil rights leader, passes away.
12:53pm
Wisconsin Hope Lab. Statement on Wisconsin Senate Bill 228.
12:52pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Announces office hours at Dodge County Fair.

1:37pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Legislature to consider adding photo ID as part of FoodShare program.
6:28am
Wisconsin State Journal. Dane County may mull Enbridge oil spill options left open by GOP.
6:05am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Editorial: Tax cuts nice, but growth may not result.
5:40am
Wisconsin Reporter. John Doe reform bill starts to move again.
5:27am
Cap Times. Reps. Keith Ripp and Andy Jorgensen: Weakening renewable fuel standard would hurt rural Wisconsin.
5:03am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Legislators should protect research in any fetal tissue bill.
5:02am
Cap Times. Drafting files reveal series of changes to Wisconsin fetal tissue legislation.
5:00am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wausau-area officials skeptical of colleges-tech schools merger idea.

State Agencies

1:34pm
Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board. Discusses options for power line reconstruction.
1:11pm
WisconsinEye. Newsmakers: Cathy Stepp, Secretary - WI Department of Natural Resources.

5:25am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin earns high marks from pro-transparency group for its tracking of lobbyists.

Economy/Business

3:43pm
Royal Enfield, WEDC, M-7, City of Milwaukee. Establishes North American headquarters in Milwaukee.
11:25am
Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. Wells Fargo and LGLCC  award $5,000 to Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce.
9:10am
WRA. Hot Wisconsin housing market continues to grow in July.

4:00pm
Alliant Energy. Town of Beloit property to be site of new solar generation facility.

Statewide

4:26pm
DeWitt Ross & Stevens. Announces 38 of its attorneys included in best lawyers in America - 2016 edition.
4:24pm
WEC Energy Group. Emergency responders receive safety grants from Wisconsin Public Service Foundation.
10:12am
WMJ. Is there an association with student drinking and alcohol outlets near college campuses?

5:17am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin would be hit hard by new rule on emissions.
5:13am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Report cites progress in providing insurance for Wisconsin uninsured.
5:06am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Wisconsin and Minnesota dairy farmers feeling the pinch of low milk prices, high input costs.
5:05am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Bittersweet forecast puts Wisconsin tops in cranberry production.
5:00am
Chippewa Herald. Wisconsin one of five states where 'dangerous' exotic animals can be pets.

Courts

5:13am
Dubuque Telegraph Herald. Attorneys spar over secretary of state cuts.

Education

10:30am
School Choice Wisconsin. The school choice myth that just won't die.

6:14am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Chris Abele gears up for role as overseer of troubled Milwaukee schools.
5:47am
Racine Journal Times. Unions pan Unified raise change proposal.
5:09am
New York Times. Teacher shortages spur a nationwide hiring scramble (credentials optional).
5:07am
WKOW. Wisconsin schools having hard time hiring teachers.

Local

10:13am
Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce. Mission Impossible star at neXXpo.
9:11am
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. To open new South Shore Terrace.
8:56am
LISC Milwaukee. Milwaukee Police Department named one of two U.S. finalists for prestigious Herman Goldstein Award for exellence in problem-oriented policing. Flyer.
8:23am
Compact Implementation Coalition. A Great Lakes diversion is not necessary for Waukesha.
6:11am
Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice. Stand up to the shadow drone and end killing by racial profiling.
6:09am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Operation Drive Sober results in 4 arrests.

3:27pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Frank Gimbel era ends on Wisconsin Center District Board; Scott Neitzel in charge.
5:48am
Beloit Daily News. Power plant in snag.
5:35am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Local property values surpass pre-recession levels.

Congress

6:24am
WKBT. Rep. Kind talks to Israel PM about Iran nuclear deal.
5:04am
WQOW. Sen. Ron Johnson comments on Clinton email investigation, early polls.

Politics

10:54am
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Scott Walker to announce health repeal plan in state that shows value of working to improve the law.
6:12am
Constitution Party of Wisconsin. Names new State Chairman.

2:04pm
Washington Times. Scott Walker calls for phase-out of federal fuel mandate 'over time.'
1:36pm
The Hill. Walker battles hecklers in Iowa.
8:52am
Bloomberg. Scott Walker being trumped by the Donald in crucial state of Iowa.
6:06am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker touts tax cuts in run for president.
5:53am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Protests follow Scott Walker on campaign trail.
5:29am
Sacramento Bee. Fiorina, Cruz and Walker respond to Jerry Brown on climate change.
5:16am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Trump says Scott Walker faces 'tremendous dissension' in Wisconsin.

Friday August 14, 2015

Governor

3:21pm
Gov. Walker. Milwaukee, San Francisco rank high in manufacturing job growth.
11:16am
Gov. Walker. And First Lady Tonette Walker host Gift of Life Medal Ceremony.

12:12pm
Lakeland Times. Governor denies open records request.
4:17am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Months later, still no final costs for Scott Walker's trips abroad.

Legislative

2:09pm
Rep. Zepnick. Calls for federal investigation of BP's oil refinery.
1:33pm
Sen. Bewley. Column: Facts are stubborn things.

5:19am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Explore merging tech schools, two-year campuses.
5:12am
WKOW. People who break into cars to save children, pets would be exempt from lawsuits under new legislation.
4:34am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Republicans should proceed cautiously with tech school-colleges merger, says professor.
4:32am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Bill would exempt e-cigarettes from smoking ban.
4:29am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Editorial: Simplifying tax code never gets beyond rhetoric.

State Agencies

3:22pm
DATCP. Thousands of Wisconsin DISH Network customers to receive credit.
2:41pm
Wisconsin Lottery. Clinton man claims $350,000 SuperCash! ticket.
1:49pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, Aug. 10-16.
1:32pm
DOR. Wisconsin showing steady growth in property values. Report.
11:13am
WEDC. Allcast to expand manufacturing facility in Washington County.
10:58am
Treasurer Adamczyk. Supports private sector manager for BCPL post.
9:02am
DWD. Public meetings and hearings, week of August 17 - 21, 2015.

1:35pm
Janesville Gazette. Adamczyk to nominate Bradley, former SOS candidate, as secretary of public lands board.
4:20am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Phosphorus runoff, algae blooms continue to pose challenge for DNR.

Statewide

3:00pm
Edge Messaging. Dailytakes Half Hour Happy Hour with Kurt Bauer.
11:14am
WPHCA. Wisconsin community health centers awarded grants to increase access to primary care.
9:04am
Public Policy Forum. Report explores role of private philanthropy in addressing arts and cultural needs.

5:36am
Chicago Tribune. As El Nino gains strength, a cautious forecast for mild winter.
5:02am
Marshfield News Herald. Wisconsin hate group violence surge feared.

Courts

11:56am
WMTV. Judge holds off on decision on secretary of state cuts.
5:17am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Despite court-ordered halt to Doe probe, maneuvering goes on.
5:13am
WKOW. Judge to decide on blocking secretary of state budget cuts.
4:22am
Chippewa Herald. Brad Schimel files petition to postpone deadlines under new EPA emission rules.

Education

10:56am
UW-Stout. Students, alumna part of business of golf at PGA championship.

11:00am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. MPS submits inventory of empty buildings for possible sale.
4:49am
Wisconsin State Journal. UW Foundation fees could explain medical school fund's low value.

Local

4:58pm
Waukesha Mayor Reilly. Lake Michigan is the only reasonable option for Waukesha.
4:27pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule: Aug. 17-23, 2015.
10:55am
UW-Madison. Novel morgridge technology may illuminate mystery moon caves.

Congress

12:29pm
U.S. Rep. Ribble. A Lake Michigan Champion of Conservation.

Politics

5:02pm
DPW. Sen. Ron Johnson raises money in Wyoming with Dick Cheney.

1:36pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Hillary Clinton to visit Milwaukee on Sept. 10.
12:09pm
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. In Brooklyn Center speech, Walker to unveil Obamacare alternative.
10:55am
The Hill. Walker teases ObamaCare replacement.
5:02am
Wausau Daily Herald. Baldwin welcomes Democratic debate.
4:35am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker says position papers on key issues coming soon.
4:24am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Johnson hits Feingold for dropping past fundraising pledge.
4:23am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin Democracy Campaign director battles money's role in politics.
4:19am
Breitbart. Scott Walker lays out plan to secure border, stop immigration insanity in new interview.
4:16am
CNN. Walker: Iran deal like leaving sons unattended with girls.

Thursday August 13, 2015

Governor

10:13am
Gov. Walker. Weekly radio address.
6:13am
Gov. Walker. Hosts Governor's Blue Ribbon Livestock Auction.

Legislative

3:30pm
Rep. Barca. Urges WEDC to immediately adopt stronger taxpayer safeguards.
3:30pm
Rep. Zamarripa. Congratulates Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce for national award.
11:39am
Sen. Miller. Weekly Democratic radio address.
6:14am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. 24 current Republican legislators supported a non-partisan GAB before they opposed it.
5:34am
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Should tax dollars go to companies just to create jobs.

1:11pm
Cap Times. Wisconsin ban on fetal tissue research expected to move quickly, authors say.
1:05pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. New provision allows motorists to keep deer killed in collisions without law enforcement's OK.
6:06am
Ashland Daily Press. Documents show energy firm helped craft changes to state's Eminent Domain Law.
5:22am
WBAY. Local sex offender residency restrictions voided under proposed state law.
4:46am
Cap Times. UW professors ask Robin Vos for a seat at the table on tech college merger proposal.
4:43am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ban on use of aborted fetal tissue could face court hurdles.

State Agencies

4:01pm
Wisconsin Lottery. Winner of $1,000,000 Powerball announced.
3:29pm
DNR. Public open house to review alternatives August 31.

5:45am
Milwaukee Business Journal. State approves $10 million for Bradley Center maintenance.
4:58am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. DNR strives to protect groundwater in dairy-heavy regions.
4:55am
Cap Times. Help wanted at maximum security prisons: Low pay, high stress, dangerous conditions.
4:44am
Daily Reporter. DNR board expands projects that don't require analysis.

Economy/Business

6:00am
Superior Telegram. Calumet scraps idea of shipping oil on Great Lakes.

Statewide

1:51pm
Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. NGLCC awards top affiliate chamber honor to Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce.
12:05pm
Wisconsin Dental Association. Foundation awards more than $55,000 to 16 dental health programs.
10:12am
WMJ. New registry identifies more than 300 savants worldwide.
10:08am
WMC. Two minute drill: Wisconsin sues the EPA ... again.
9:19am
Fair Rates for Wisconsin's Dairyland. Appreciate electricity!

Courts

3:53pm
U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. On petition for extraordinary writ to the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
2:45pm
U.S. District Court Eastern District of Wisconsin. Defendants' brief in opposition to plaintiff's motion for summary judgment.

Education

2:31pm
UW-Madison. Apes may be closer to speaking than many scientists think.
10:54am
UW-Madison. More details on origin of favorite beer-making microbe.
9:48am
Marquette University. Marquette engineering professor honored with Teaching Excellence Award.
9:29am
Lakeshore Technical College. Joins the M-list.

1:08pm
La Crosse Tribune. Science building expected to generate 1,400 jobs, $157 million economic impact.
11:51am
Portage Daily Register. Portage only school to drop out of School Boards group.
5:10am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin schools face teacher shortage, says education professor.
4:56am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State moves to bar Milwaukee school from voucher program.

Local

1:01pm
Milwaukee County Transit System. Thousands of people use MCARD online in the first week.
10:07am
City of Madison. There's a bat in my bedroom: What shall I do?
10:05am
Sauk Prairie Conservation Alliance. To review draft plan for the Sauk Prairie Recreation Area.
6:07am
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. To hold budget town hall meetings.

1:04pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Officials solicit public comments on proposed Bayfield County hog farm.
5:11am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Abele fast-tracks Park East land sale to Bucks, awaits action by comptroller.
4:44am
Wausau Daily Herald. Farms, environmentalists spar over manure measure.

Congress

4:42am
McClatchy DC. Senate committee seeks email facts from Clinton's tech company.
4:42am
Beloit Daily News. Johnson makes stop in Beloit.

Politics

1:57pm
DPW. Eight days, zero answers: When will Scott Walker come clean on allegations of felony misconduct, criminal defense fund?
10:53am
DPW. ICYMI: MSNBC "Wisconsin's Johnson draws Trump parallels.
10:10am
Feingold for U.S. Senate. Senator Johnson continues to refuse Badger Pledge.
9:47am
RPW. Feingold's early fundraising breaks longtime campaign-finance pledge.
9:30am
Westlake for Assembly. Retired Waukesha County Sheriff Dan Trawicki endorses Dave Westlake.

1:52pm
The Hill. 'Regular guy' style costs Walker in polls.
5:33am
National Journal. Hotline's Senate rankings: The Senate seats most likely to flip in 2016.
5:31am
National Journal. Feingold's early fundraising breaks longtime campaign-finance pledge.
4:40am
Chippewa Herald. Polls show Scott Walker is no longer the Iowa front-runner.

Wednesday August 12, 2015

Governor

3:14pm
Gov. Walker. Signs Senate Bill 209, relating to Milwaukee Bucks Arena.
1:49pm
Milwaukee Bucks. Statement on governor's bill signing.
1:48pm
Rep. Zepnick. Statement on Milwaukee Bucks arena signing.
10:21am
Gov. Walker.  Participates in the Governor's Blue Ribbon 4-H Foundation Meat Products Auction.
9:54am
Sen. Taylor. Governor Walker signs Bucks arena bill into law.

12:42pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker noncommittal on support for fetal tissue research ban.
9:30am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Gov. Walker signs $250M Milwaukee Bucks arena financing plan.
9:28am
Janesville Gazette. Walker signs bill committing $250 million in taxpayer money for new Milwaukee Bucks arena.
9:25am
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker signs Bucks arena funding bill at Wisconsin State Fair.

Legislative

3:11pm
Rep. Billings, Sen. Shilling. UW-L drives local economic development.
12:09pm
Wisconsin Family Action. Responds to yesterday's hearing on bill banning sale, use of body parts of aborted babies.
9:15am
LAB.  Report: Medical Education, Research, and Public Health Grants. Briefing Sheet. Highlights. Mobile Briefing Sheet. Mobile Highlights.
5:07am
Eagle Forum. Letter to Speaker Vos, Senate Majority Leader Fitzgerald, and the Legislature regarding AB-305.

10:59am
WKOW. Fetal tissue ban faces uncertain future in Senate.
9:48am
Janesville Gazette. Lawmakers push for clarity, no delay on Interstate 90/39 expansion.
5:19am
Cap Times. Wisconsin pro-life advocates, lawmakers clash with medical community on fetal tissue bill.
5:00am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Lawmakers to study merger of two-year UW campuses, tech colleges.
4:58am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Republicans on Legislature's budget panel seek to override Walker veto because law requires it.

State Agencies

1:51pm
DOA. Building Commission approves projects.
12:53pm
DNR. Natural Resources Board accepts major donation from Friends of Horicon March Edcuation and Visitor Center.
10:23am
DNR. Natural Resources Board approves 2015 migratory bird hunting seasons.
9:53am
WI Lottery.  $350,000 SuperCash! ticket sold in Clinton.

5:03am
Daily Reporter. Building Commission to consider waiving bidding process for Hill Farms project.

Economy/Business

3:43pm
Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. Statewide property values grow modestly, changes vary by county.
2:23pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Statement on job losses at Madison's Oscar Mayer plant.
12:11pm
Northwestern Mutual. Moody's affirms AAA rating, highlights its well-trained financial professionals.

12:55pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Kraft Heinz, parent of Oscar Mayer, to cut 2,500 jobs.
12:01pm
The Hill. Businesses brace for game-changing labor decision.

Statewide

1:34pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. New report explains why state is forcing MPS to sell empty school buildings.
11:26am
One Wisconsin Now. One Wisconsin Institute report details continuing failures of Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation.

5:36am
Fond du Lac Reporter. State leaders drive home point - PGA is big business.
5:27am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Health care marketplace enrollees who don't file federal taxes risk losing subsidies.

Education

2:41pm
UW-Stout. Police chief to enforce cellphone rules at PGA championship.
12:57pm
Marquette University. Researchers receive grant to study treatment for caregivers of military-related spinal cord injuries.

Local

4:46pm
Morgan Murphy Media. Dish likely to remove WISC-TV.
12:28pm
Seehafer Broadcasting. Acquires Two Rivers FM station.
12:07pm
Waukesha Water Utility. Proposal by opponents of lake water has serious flaws. Technical Memo to DNR.
10:20am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Dane County introduces measure to prohibit E-cigarettes in workplaces.
10:06am
North and South Seafood & Smokehouse. Joey's Seafood changes to North and South Seafood & Smokehouse.

5:20am
Wisconsin State Journal. ACLU says Madison's panhandling law is unconstitutional.

Congress

5:34am
Appleton Post Crescent. Sen. Baldwin visits Fox Valley manufacturers.

Federal Agencies

5:40am
USA Today. Federal report: 7 million fewer Americans uninsured this year.

Politics

11:39am
Westlake for State Assembly. Statement on representatives' letter to Wisconsin DNR regarding Waukesha's application for Great Lakes water.
10:37am
Walker for President. Statement on Hillary Clinton's top secret emails.

12:48pm
Chicago Tribune. Wis. Gov. Scott Walker talks Clinton, Trump, fetal tissue sales.
7:56am
Business Insider. Walker and Rubio are taking the GOP presidential contest to historic extremes on abortion.
5:49am
Washington Times. Scott Walker greenlights $250 million in taxpayer funds for NBA arena, angers fiscal conservatives.
4:57am
CNN. Walker pivots from Clinton, knocks back on Trump.

Tuesday August 11, 2015

Governor

11:20am
Gov. Walker. Requests USDA Secretarial Disaster Designation for affected ginseng farmers.

5:44am
Bloomberg. Scott Walker's $400 million arena subsidy belies his tightfisted image.

Legislative

4:52pm
Rep. Kuglitsch. Column: New EPA rules anything but reasonable.
4:34pm
Reps. Neylon, Rodriguez, Allen, Skowronski; Sens. Kapenga, Lazich. Letter to DNR regarding City of Waukesha diversion application.
4:26pm
Rep. Kremer. Remarks following AB 305 hearing.
4:25pm
Rep. Born, Sen. Fitzgerald. Statement on placement of Jonathan Miller.
3:42pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: Back-to-school preparations should include immunization.
2:33pm
Rep. Hesselbein. Supports UW research, opposes Planned Parenthood bill.
2:16pm
Sen. Nass. Cheaper to keep them - Bucks getting $2 million more expensive.
2:12pm
Rep. Taylor. Assembly GOP playing politics with women's health, again.
1:59pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Applauds WEDC outsourcing accountability bills.
1:19pm
Rep. Jorgensen. Urges state transportation officials to move forward on I-39/90 project as planned.
12:46pm
Wisconsin Right to Life. Abby Johnson, former Planned Parenthood director, testifies in favor of ending the sale of fetal body parts.
11:19am
Wisconsin Family Action. Appling to testify today on aborted fetal body parts bill AB-305.
9:28am
One Wisconsin Now. Assembly Republicans play politics with life-saving medical research.

2:31pm
AP. Republicans push fetal tissue ban that medical groups oppose.
2:29pm
The Hill. Group creates mock issues page for Scott Walker.
12:29pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Assembly panel hears ban on use of fetal body parts; UW-Madison predicts it will halt life-saving research.
8:49am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Legislative panel to hold hearing today on fetal tissue bill.
5:29am
NBC 26. "It's wrong." Democrats propose bill against outsourcing jobs.
5:27am
WISC. Lawmaker wants to ban DOT from installing traffic cameras, sign boards.

State Agencies

12:47pm
DNR. Weekly news.
9:17am
DATCP. Lifts all avian influenza infected premises quarantines.

8:55am
WisconsinEye. Newsmakers: High school civics test.

Economy/Business

5:00am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mining inevitable at vast Wisconsin iron ore site, owner says.

Statewide

12:07pm
WMC. EPA's global warming rule will kill Wisconsin jobs.
5:34am
Wisconsin Child Support Enforcement Association. Governor Walker proclaims August Child Support Awareness Month in Wisconsin.

Courts

3:07pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Brown County Circuit Court judge selected to head Committee of Chief Judges.

10:06am
Janesville Gazette. Court refuses request for review of Enbridge hearing decision.
9:54am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. As John Doe probe is halted, legal maneuvering continues.
5:02am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Remember, no charge was filed.

Education

1:18pm
Marquette University. Charles Franklin goes "On the Issues" to present new Marquette Law School Poll.
11:41am
UW-Madison. Discovery in growing graphene nanoribbons could enable faster, more efficient electronics.
11:21am
Lakeshore Technical College. Foundation receives AT&T Innovation Award for Project G.R.I.L.L.

8:52am
Janesville Gazette. 137 small, rural school districts receive state aid this year.
5:02am
La Crosse Tribune. Area districts receive $527,000 in state sparsity aid.

Local

1:16pm
Integrys Group. It is August 11th. Good time for an 8-1-1 digging safety reminder.
9:43am
ACLU of Wisconsin. Stop criminalizing homeless persons, ACLU of Wisconsin tells city of Madison. Letter to Mayor Soglin.
9:32am
Milwaukee County Transit System. Serves Irish Fest.
5:32am
Milwaukee County Transit System, ATU Local 998. Transit contract talks continue.

8:41am
New York Times. Rural Wisconsin community laments nuclear power plant's closure.
4:59am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Fox Valley agencies pursue plans to form aviation hub.

Congress

8:45am
WHBL. No August recess for Grothman.
8:44am
WXPR. Sen. Johnson says timber agreement "a good start."
4:59am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Baldwin bill would aid craft brewers.

Politics

12:35pm
DPW. ICYMI: GOP senator on potential ethics violations: 'I don't think it's a big deal.'

2:29pm
Politico. Hillary Clinton accuses Scott Walker of raising taxes on students.
12:27pm
Janesville Gazette. Clinton says Republicans failed to mention '1 word' about college costs in presidential debate.
8:56am
Bloomberg. Walker says Hillary Clinton real opponent, not Republican rivals.
5:10am

WKOW. Are Walker protesters hurting or helping his 2016 chances?

5:06am
Northland's News Center. Rubio, Paul and Walker assembling campaigns in Minnesota.
5:04am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Johnson fires back at Feingold on outside campaign spending.
5:03am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin's newest political party to promote progressive policies.
5:01am
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker: Donald Trump campaign is 'like watching a car accident.'

Monday August 10, 2015

Legislative

3:14pm
Sen. Hansen. Renews call for passage of non-partisan re-districting bill.
9:39am
Reps. Kolste, Jorgensen. Introduce WEDC funds accountability bill.
9:37am
Sen. Vukmir, Rep. Sanfelippo. Column: Mental health reform: It's already working.

1:12pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Legislators consider merger of Wisconsin Technical College System, UW Colleges.
12:41pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Assembly Committee holding public hearing on bill to ban sale of fetal tissue.
11:44am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Robin Vos: Rein in Planned Parenthood's activities.
6:00am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Assembly task force says families need more help caring for people with dementia.
5:48am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Lawmakers propose boosting pay at state prison to address guard shortages.
5:30am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Fetal tissue bill imperils medical breakthroughs, researchers warn.
5:11am
Racine Journal Times. Lawmakers prepare for 'aggressive fall session.'
4:58am
La Crosse Tribune. Fetal tissue ban could impact medical research in Wisconsin.

State Agencies

3:06pm
WEDC. Grants announced for companies to hire interns to support global growth.
2:07pm
DPI. 137 small districts to receive sparsity aid. Sparsity Aid map.
12:18pm
DOA. David Erdman named Wisconsin Capital Finance Director.
5:55am
ETF. Preliminary WRS investment performance returns.

5:36am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin state parks grow sunnier as thousands of ash trees are felled.
4:54am
Wisconsin State Journal. Ex-WEDC employees say politics, haste tripped up job-creation agency.
4:51am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin grapples with 6,000 untested sexual assault kits.

Economy/Business

5:26am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Farmers fret as milk prices plummet, profits dwindle.
5:15am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Wisconsin apple growers putting some Pazazz into the state's burgeoning crop.
5:00am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wounded by Act 10, health insurer WEA Trust targets municipal market.
4:55am
WQOW. Farming costs increase in Wisconsin.

Statewide

4:04pm
Wisconsin Water Association. Wisconsin Rapids wins the blue ribbon for best-tasting water in Wisconsin.

Education

4:44pm
MPS. Jabari Parker and the Bucks partner with MPS on new attendance initiative.
3:07pm
UW-Madison. Researchers study Wisconsin's deepest lake to help preserve 'an ecological jewel.'
1:14pm
UW-Stout. Alumni with recovering triplets seek support for parechovirus research.
1:05pm
Wisconsin Association of School Nurses. Wisconsin school nurses encourage parents to include health updates on fall back-to-school lists.

3:12pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Principals decry loss of funding, local control under Scott Walker.

Local

1:07pm
Milwaukee City Clerk Owczarski. City Channel telecasts on hold for equipment upgrade.
6:50am
Madison Mayor Soglin. Stones at Philosopher's Grove to be removed.
5:58am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Deputies arrest 6 drunken drivers in Operation Drive Sober.

Congress

2:08pm
Ashland Daily Press. Johnson talks issues during stop in Ashland.
12:43pm
Janesville Gazette. Social Security turns 80: Changes needed to save program.
5:25am
Daily Reporter. Obama weighs requiring paid sick leave for government contractors.
4:49am
USA Today. Senate chairman demands action on rape kits.

Politics

3:43pm
DPW. Release new web video highlighting Senator Ron Johnson's inattention to Wisconsin.
1:08pm
One Wisconsin Now. Hillary Clinton unveils comprehensive plan to address student loan debt crisis.
5:57am
DPW. Senator Johnson's hypocrisy: Campaigning with Scott Brown.

3:10pm
CNN. After GOP debate, Scott Walker refocuses on Hillary Clinton.
1:10pm
Cap Times. As Scott Walker's campaign gathers steam, Wisconsin abortion debate ramps up again.
12:17pm
WKOW. Capitol City Sunday - From the GOP debate in Cleveland.
6:46am
Bloomberg. Hillary Clinton to outline $350 billion college affordability pitch.
5:37am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker calls abortion to save a woman's life a 'false choice.'
5:05am
International Business Times. Who are Republican candidate Gov. Scott Walker's college-age sons? Meet Matt and Alex Walker.
4:57am
USA Today. Wisconsin's Walker: I can win in a blue state.
4:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Recall launched Scott Walker's rise, but opponents have few regrets.

Friday August 7, 2015

Legislative

1:08pm
Rep. Jarchow. Works at local construction company.
12:36pm
Rep. Hebl. Introduces bill to provide retirement credit for veterans.
10:45am
Sen. Moulton. Column: New EPA rules impact our state.
4:45am
Rep. Brostoff. Statement on assignment to the Speaker's Task Force on Alzheimer's and Dementia.

5:02am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Let watchdog do its job without partisanship.
4:59am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Tom Tiffany has been a lightning rod on environmental issues.
4:42am
Breitbart. Lawmaker: 'More work  to do' to defund Planned Parenthood in Wisconsin.

State Agencies

2:16pm
DATCP. Johnston's Bakery Inc. voluntarily recalls #240 Ranger Cookies due to undeclared allergens on the label.
2:04pm
Wisconsin Lottery. Milwaukee man claims $22.2 million Megabucks ticket.
12:06pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, Aug. 10-16.
10:12am
DWD. Public meeting notices and hearings - week of Aug. 10-14, 2015.
5:01am
Wisconsin Lottery. Hartland man claims $1,000,000 Mega Millions.
4:44am
DNR. Outdoor Report.

11:52am
Chippewa Herald. Corrections begins budget changes, empties towers at night.
5:16am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State keeps lid on emergency preparedness updates.

Economy/Business

2:03pm
U.S. Gain. New partnership continues to build North American CNG network.

Statewide

2:22pm
Edge Messaging. Half Hour Happy Hour with Sen. Leah Vukmir.

Courts

3:14pm
One Wisconsin Now. Walker's latest whopper on criminal investigation.

2:40pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker says he didn't know he was a John Doe target.
5:09am
Wisconsin State Journal. John Doe target: Home search 'like one of those bad horror movies.'

Education

4:53pm
MPS. 2 of the state's top high schools, high-performing elementary school start Monday.
11:45am
UW-River Falls. Professor honored for work on LGBTQ issues.
10:49am
Marquette University. Marquette researcher receives grant to educate and treat patients with brittle bone disease.
9:29am
UW-River Falls. Montessori Program expands to Appleton.

Local

4:15pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule August 10 - August 16, 2015.
1:11pm
Libertarian Party of Dane County. Food Not Bombs feeds the hungry at farmers market.
12:30pm
Milwaukee Ald. Coggs. Police need information about fatal hit-and-run.
10:13am
City of Milwaukee. Clarification on residency requirement in wake of Wisconsin Court of Appeals decision.

4:43am
Racine Journal Times. Coal pile expansion protested.

Congress

12:40pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Statement in response to VA Inspector General report on the death of Marine Corps veteran Jason Simcakoski at the Tomah VA Medical Center.
12:05pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Lauds signing of Good Neighbor Agreement.
10:14am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. To visit Oneida County.
7:11am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Statement in support of Iran nuclear agreement.

12:03pm
Reuters. Senator Baldwin announces support for Iran nuclear deal.
5:20am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Ribble joins push to curb runoff pollution in Green Bay, Great Lakes.
4:53am
Reuters. Blows for Obama as key lawmakers come out against Iran deal.

Federal Agencies

4:43am
Marshfield News Herald. Investigators blame Tomah VA failures for death.
4:40am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. EPA proposes stronger standards for pesticides with greatest risk.

Politics

4:50am
Wisconsin AFL-CIO. Scott Walker's policies all wrong for America.
4:48am
One Wisconsin Now. The reality of Scott Walker's record on: Reproductive health, economy & the middle class, higher education, K-12 education.

11:54am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker sticks to script, delivers safe, quiet performance.
5:12am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Key takeaways from the first GOP debate of 2016 campaign.
4:39am
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker casts himself as "aggressively normal" in first debate, stays clear of GOP squabbling.
4:38am
Appleton Post Crescent. Walker takes on Clinton at first GOP debate.
4:37am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gloves come off at times during first GOP debate.

Thursday August 6, 2015

Governor

3:47pm
Gov. Walker. Signs Senate Bill 40.
11:43am
Gov. Walker. Weekly radio address.
11:42am
Gov. Walker. Kicks off Wisconsin State Fair at opening ceremony. Proclamation.

Legislative

3:53pm
Rep. Hesselbein. Named to Speaker's Task Force on Alzheimer's and Dementia.
3:50pm
Rep. Kremer. Circulates bill to curb DOT waste.
3:45pm
Sen. Vinehout. Column: County fairs: Time for creativity and critters, friends and family.
1:19pm
Rep. Considine, Sen. Erpenbach. Column: Seeking legislative solutions for lack of guards.
12:17pm
Rep. Knudson. Airworthy Aerospace to expand in Hudson.
9:21am
Rep. Jorgensen. Democratic weekly radio address.
8:07am
Rep. Kolste. Appoint to alzheimer's and dementia study group.

5:29am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Democrat proposes 'drivers card' for undocumented immigrants.
5:27am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Assembly task force to examine urban school issues.

State Agencies

3:43pm
DNR. Good Neighbor Authority to improve forest health, create economic opportunity.
3:18pm
Wisconsin Homeland Security Council. Lt. Governor Kleefisch accepts 2015 WI Emergency Response Plan.
1:15pm
WEDC. Airworthy Aerospace expanding in western Wisconsin.
1:13pm
DWD. Wisconsin Promise meets America's pastime: vocational rehabilitation consumer pursues employment goal at Madison Mallards' Duck Pond.
9:35am
DATCP. EAB confirmed in Marquette, Richland Counties for first time.
9:35am
WMC. Lauds A.G. Schimel for protecting Wisconsin jobs.
9:13am
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Approves $23.4 million for community projects.

1:45pm
Chippewa Herald. Kleefisch: Energy plan would drive up bills.

Statewide

3:01pm
One Wisconsin Now. On 50th anniversary of Voting Rights Act, the struggle continues in Wisconsin.

4:42am
WUWM. "The Politics of Resentment": Researcher finds a growing divide between urban and rural communities.

Courts

9:47am
District IV Court of Appeals. Wisconsin Carry, Inc. v. City of Madison.

1:48pm
Janesville Gazette. Appeals court upholds Madison regulation banning guns on buses.
5:25am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Editorial: State Supreme Court fails the smell test.
4:44am
Chippewa Herald. Filing shows prosecutors believed Walker committed felony. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin State Journal.

Education

9:14am
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. To accept college credit for military service.

4:45am
WKBT. Teacher shortage in Wisconsin affecting local school district.

Local

5:05am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Manitowoc County keeping an eye on insurance costs.

Congress

3:49pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Applauds signing of Good Neighbor Authority Agreement.
3:42pm
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Republican senators urge agencies to withdraw proposed "blacklisting" rules for federal contractors.
2:27pm
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Thune & Johnson to president: Commerce Department needs a permanent IG.
1:17pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Statement on 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act.
1:14pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. On 50th anniversary of Voting Rights Act Rep. Pocan calls for renewed effort to ensure right to vote.
9:56am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. To visit Pierce County.
9:20am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. To visit Ashland, Bayfield, douglas, and Iron Counties.
9:19am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Examines challenges facing federal prison system.

1:42pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Baldwin looks to create grant program for waterfront development.
4:38am
Cap Times. Ron Johnson, Tammy Baldwin split on Planned Parenthood, birth control bills.
4:38am
The Hill. Outside group files complaint against GOP senator.

Politics

2:36pm
Republican Liberty Caucus. Officially charters Wisconsin chapter.
2:26pm
One Wisconsin Now. Five things Scott Walker won't talk about in the Republican presidential primary debate.

1:46pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker leaves for GOP debate without answering questions.
1:44pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin to host Democratic primary debate.
5:24am
Janesville Gazette. With first debate, GOP looks to narrow candidate field, set direction for general election.
4:40am
Politico. Inside Russ Feingold's comeback attempt.

Wednesday August 5, 2015

Governor

4:04pm
Gov. Walker. Seeks local applications for increased broadband grants.

1:13pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker to sign Bucks arena bill next week.
6:00am
WBAY. Source: Gov. Walker to sign Bucks arena deal next week.

Legislative

4:00pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Response to Southern Wisconsin Area Principals.
2:46pm
One Wisconsin Now. Assembly Speaker packs new education task force with school privatization lackeys.
11:29am
Janesville Gazette. Editorial: State should fill gap in law related to exotic animals.
9:50am
Rep. Allen. Join's speaker's task force.
9:49am
Rep. Barca. Column on WEDC: "Republicans roll out latest attack on democracy."
9:48am
Rep. Jorgensen. To hold August listening sessions in Milton and Whitewater.

5:41am
Racine Journal Times. Legislation would give municipalities authority to decide whether roundabouts get built.
5:29am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Local students' novelty lighter law back in Madison.
5:23am
Chippewa Herald. Bernier to serve on Alzheimer's task force.
5:17am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Bill aims to snuff out novelty lighter sales to minors.
5:04am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker, GOP lawmakers want to change elections board by 2016.
5:02am
WBAY. Local representatives to serve on new task forces.
5:01am
Newsweek. The war on Planned Parenthood is in the states.

State Agencies

1:53pm
DNR. Eagle specialty license plate now available for ordering celebrates bald eagles' comeback and lays foundation for next success.
12:56pm
DHS. State and local health officials continue to investigate fungal infection in northeastern Wisconsin.
10:45am
Wisconsin Lottery. $1 million Mega Millions ticket sold in Hartland.
9:04am
OCI. Administrative actions - July 2015.
9:03am
DFI. Net income, lending continue to rise at state-chartered credit unions.

1:12pm
Fox 11. DNR simplifies roadkill-reporting process.

Statewide

5:27am
Janesville Gazette. Advocates of clergy abuse victims decry Milwaukee archdiocese's $21 million settlement plan.

Courts

10:10am
PR Watch. Scott Walker aide's claim of prosecutorial abuse refuted by new audio.

1:12pm
Chippewa Herald. Special prosecutor asks court to reconsider Scott Walker decision.
9:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. John Doe prosecutor asks state Supreme Court to reconsider ruling.

Education

12:53pm
Marquette University. Physical therapy professor honored with Teaching Excellence Award.

5:21am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Principal discusses why he signed letter to Walker about school funding concerns.

Local

10:17am
Milwaukee County Transit System. Launches MCARD online.

Congress

5:18pm
DPW. Ron Johnson votes against women's health care.
4:01pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Comments on anniversary of Sikh Temple Shooting.
3:07pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Announces support of Iran deal.
3:06pm
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Chairman, committee find bipartisan agreement on federal prisons.
12:55pm
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Chairman Johnson, Ranking Member Carper release bipartisan staff report on gyrocopter incident.
8:49am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. To visit Ashland, Bayfield, Douglas, and Iron Counties.

Federal Agencies

11:27am
Wisconsin Corn Growers Association. If friends can't trust the EPA on Waters of the U.S. rule, why should farmers?

Politics

1:16pm
RPW. Chairman Brad Courtney calls on Senator Russ Feingold to denounce offensive remarks.

1:10pm
WKOW. Walker to attend Wisconsin State Fair prior to debate.
10:09am
The Hill. Game on: How each candidate can win first GOP debate.
5:30am
Wausau Daily Herald. Duffy, Ryan in town to stump for GOP.
5:22am
Chippewa Herald. For many, Thursday's presidential debate offers first real look at Scott Walker.
5:22am
La Crosse Tribune. Koch compares GOP mission with civil rights movement, women's suffrage.
5:03am
Chicago Tribune. GOP debate field is set: Christie, Kasich in; Perry, Santorum out.

Tuesday August 4, 2015

Governor

5:00am
Cap Times. Scott Walker slams Obama administration's Clean Power Plan.

Legislative

4:20pm
Rep. Rodriguez. Welcomes Miejer to Oak Creek.
4:16pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: Troubling pattern emerging of challenges to open government.
3:54pm
Sen. Taylor. Nearly one month after Walker vetoed funds for Milwaukee energy consortium, Obama makes grant announcement.
3:33pm
Rep. Shankland. Appointed to Speaker's Task Force on Youth Workforce Readiness.
3:27pm
Rep. Billings. To serve on Assembly Urban Education Task Force.
3:07pm
Sen. Lassa. Novelty lighter bill gets hearing.
2:48pm
Alzheimer's and Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin. Thanks Speaker Vos for dementia task force.
1:31pm
Rep. Jagler. Named to task force on alzheimer's and dementia.
1:06pm
Sen. Stroebel. Column: stemming Wisconsin's brain drain.
12:44pm
Rep. Bernier. Appointed to policy task force on alzheimer's and dementia.
12:15pm
Rep. Spreitzer. Named to taskforce on youth workforce readiness.
11:05am
Rep. Rodriguez. To chair speaker's task force on urban education.
11:04am
Rep. Rohrkaste. To chair speaker's task force on alzheimer's and dementia.
10:22am
Speaker Vos. Creates three bipartisan task forces.
9:47am
Rep, Kulp. Will chair a taskforce on Workforce Readiness.
9:42am
Rep. Jacque. Statement on new EPA energy mandates.
9:40am
Rep. Craig. Circulates legislation giving local governments final say in roundabouts.

2:08pm
Wisconsin State Journal. State health care leaders say Medicaid expansion not dead.
12:36pm
Janesvile Gazette. Vos creates task forces on Alzheimer's, urban education and youth workforce readiness.
5:23am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Debate the facts, not talking points.

State Agencies

1:15pm
DNR. Weekly news update, August 4, 2015.
11:41am
LRB. 2013-14 Wisconsin statutes & annotations, updated through 2015 Wisconsin Act 58 and all Supreme Court Orders entered before August 4, 2015.
9:44am
WEDC. Names new Vice President of Economic and Community Development.

5:42am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State continues to monitor reclamation of GTAC mining site.
5:35am
Chippewa Herald. Attorney General says he will sue Obama over carbon emission restrictions.
4:54am

WMTV. Wisconsin DNR to unveil new endangered species license plate.

Economy/Business

4:18pm
U.S. Gain. Hires Marc-Andre Paquin as Business Development Manager in Canada.
2:38pm
Wisconsin Association of Health Plans. Wisconsin's market competition model is one of the country's most effective.
10:11am
M-WERC. WERCBench Labs gets $50,000 grant from the SBA.

5:26am
Chippewa Herald. Sand mining firm laying off 58 workers in Bloomer.

Statewide

12:43pm
WPS. Issues safety alert for area near Grandfather Falls and tomahawk hydro-electric dams the week of Aug. 10.
10:21am
CU Campus Resources. ORNL Federal Credit Union launches new student loan programs through CU Campus Resources.

Education

12:31pm
UW-Stout. Assistant chancellor again named to Baldrige examiners board.
12:31pm
UW-Superior. And WITC partner for Accounting & Business Administration-Finance agreements.
10:20am
UW-Madison. Student organic seed enthusiasts to gather in Madison.

5:40am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin's rural schools weigh impact of Affordable Care Act.

Local

3:06pm
Maistelman & Associates. Ethics board rejects allegations against County Supervisor John Weishan.
11:03am
Milwaukee Alderman Donovan. Asking for Sheriff Clarke's help to stem south side auto theft crisis.
9:42am
Independent Business Association of Wisconsin. Statement regarding Milwaukee Bucks arena.
9:39am
Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce. Pressure Chamber finalists announced.
9:38am
Public Policy Forum. Public funding shrinking for Milwaukee neighborhood-based services.
5:27am
Waukesha County Business Alliance. Waukesha County to launch business survey.

12:33pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Milwaukee group asks city council to delay Bucks arena vote.
9:50am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Bucks could unveil arena design by the end of August: Feigin.

Congress

3:04pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Introduces major legislation to boost Wisconsin's waterfront communities.
11:18am
Wisconsin Right to Life. Senator Ron Johnson votes to defund nation's largest abortion provider.
10:12am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Support continues to grow for bipartisan RAISE Family Caregivers Act.

5:44am
USA Today. Dems block plan to defund Planned Parenthood.

Federal Agencies

9:37am
Americans for Prosperity. Reacts to "Clean Power Plan" rule.
5:31am
American Lung Association. Applauds Clean Power Plan health benefits.

5:25am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Q&A: A look Obama's climate change plan and impact on states.
4:59am
Wisconsin State Journal. Madison VA wait times grow despite steps to increase access.

Politics

2:45pm
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Walker's refusal to embrace proposal to allow refinancing of student loans goes from mystifying to appalling.
11:37am
Westlake for Assembly. Wisconsin Right to Life endorses Dave Westlake.
5:32am
DPW. Ron Johnson lashes out at women's health care.

5:37am

Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Editorial: Want to lead us? then make clear health care policies.

5:11am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker suggests raising age to qualify for Social Security.
4:58am
Chippewa Herald. Scott Walker blasts Obama clean power plan, won't say if climate change tied to human activity.
4:55am
National Journal. Scott Walker is paying 27.24% interest on $10,000-plus in credit-card debt.

Monday August 3, 2015

Governor

3:30pm
AG Schimel. Clean power plan statement.
2:29pm
Gov. Walker. Statement on EPA's final rule.

5:26am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker touts local power, but doesn't always defer to local government.

Legislative

9:56am
Rep. Sargent. Applauds Obama Administration's climate change action plan.
9:36am
Rep. Sanfelippo. It's time to hold the failing DPI accountable.

1:29pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Bill would allow more healthy foods to be purchased with food benefits.
5:26am
La Crosse Tribune. Legislator proposes exotic animal ban in wake of lion hunt.
5:21am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Editorial: Cowles' voting base on principle, not politics.
5:18am

Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. LeMahieu wants partisan elections board in place of GAB.

5:16am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. With millions of dollars at stake, Wisconsin leaders hold fast in opposition to Obamacare.
5:14am
Sheboygan Press. What's the GOP's problem with state elections board?
5:08am
Chippewa Herald. Republicans propose eliminating legislators from WEDC Board.
5:07am
Beloit Daily News. Minimum wage issue debated.
5:04am
Chippewa Herald. Status quo won't last at Government Accountability Board, putting elections, ethics oversight in flux.

State Agencies

3:18pm
WI Lottery. $1 million Powerball ticket sold in Poy Sippi.
2:30pm
DNR. Public hearings thoughout Wisconsin will gather input regarding fall waterfowl hunting season structure.
1:23pm
DWD Sec. Newson. Appoints new Worker's Compensation Division Administrator.
8:01am
DATCP. Keep kids safe newsletter - August 2015.

5:16am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: AG Schimel has right attitude on open records.

Economy/Business

5:03am
Wisconsin State Journal. Gogebic Taconite gone, but Iron County is told new mine operator may appear. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Statewide

12:10pm
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield. Marks 75 years of improving health in Wisconsin.

5:12am
Racine Journal Times. Number of uninsured in Racine County drops by 19% after Affordable Care Act.
5:05am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Report shows Wisconsin's uninsured rate down among certain groups.

Courts

5:43am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker's office obstructed probe of veterans money, investigators say.
5:29am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: After Doe investigations, a chance for sensible reform.
5:23am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Justice Prosser's tone-deaf response.

Education

1:32pm
Wisconsin Rural Schools Alliance. Wisconsin teacher named 2015-2016 Monsanto Fund Rural Teacher of the Year.
1:22pm
UW-Stout. Three students awarded Phi Theta Kappa Transfer Scholarship.
9:58am
UW-Madison. UW engineers use 'CRISPR' technology to locate crucial protein in stem cell survival. 
9:04am
UW-Extension. Ken Bradbury selected to lead Wisconsin Geological and Natural History survey.

5:24am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State budget protects districts from low-performing virtual schools.

Local

6:01am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Deputies arrest 8 drunken drivers in Operation Drive Sober.

Congress

12:52pm
U.S. Rep. Ribble. Ribble & Bishop to EPA: don't punish sustainable forestry.
12:36pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Statement on President's historic climate change plan.
12:12pm
U.S. Reps. Ribble, Sanford. To EPA: Don't punish sustainable forestry.
9:16am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Joins introduction of Mental Health Awareness and Improvement Act.

Federal Agencies

4:40pm
Xcel Energy. Responds to clean power plan.
4:32pm
Sen. Roth. EPA's coal rule will hurt Wisconsin ratepayers.
3:32pm
Clean Wisconsin. EPA releases final clean power plan.
3:31pm
WMC. EPA coal rules will kill Wisconsin jobs.
2:31pm
League of Conservation Voters. As EPA unveils new clean power rule, Johnson, Walker double-down on allowing unlimited carbon pollution.
12:11pm
Wind on the Wires. Wind power offers 'no regrets' option for the Clean Power Plan.

6:07am
The Hill. Obama doubles down on climate rule.

Politics

1:34pm
Westlake for State Assembly. Endorsed by Wisconsin Family Action PAC.
12:51pm
RPW. Informs voters about Russ Feingold's PAC scandal.

1:28pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker vows to fight Obama greenhouse gas cuts.
1:27pm
Wausau Daily Herald. Republican activists: Remember the recalls.
7:55am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Republicans launch Feingold attack near Lambeau.
6:15am
LA Times. Obama's new emissions rules likely to help shape White House race.
5:44am
Kenosha News. Priebus, Ryan, Johnson rally GOP faithful at picnic.
5:39am
Northland's New Center. Russ Feingold speaks working class at Chequamegon Democrats Picnic.
5:10am
Wausau Daily Herald. Kohl, Obey hold onto campaign cash.
5:10am
Cap Times. Feingold vs. Johnson race heats up with phrasing wars, outside ad buys.
5:05am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. GOP candidates woo donors, Kock warns government must shrink.

 

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