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Wednesday September 17, 2014 - Updated 4:55pm

Budget

2:24pm
Sen. Hansen. State's budget crisis worsens.
11:34am
Sen. Shilling. Walker budget deficit grows to $3 billion.

Legislative

4:34pm
Rep. Bies. Receives legislative leader award from End Domestic Abuse of Wisconsin.
2:22pm
Rep. Barca. Statement on GOP ballot lawsuit.
5:25am
Sen. Farrow. Open records request regarding November 2014 ballot redesign.

5:08am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: UW System tuition should remain frozen.
4:57am
La Crosse Tribune. No Labels: Shilling, Miller attend bipartisan gathering to shape national strategy.
4:52am
Racine Journal Times. Unified Board seeks to block change in law.

State Agencies

10:51am
AG Van Hollen, DNR Sec. Stepp. Partner to promote the U.S. DEA's upcoming National Prescription Drug "Take-Back" Day.
10:26am
AG Van Hollen. To address attendees of the National Center for Victims of Crime National Training Institute.
5:30am
DATCP. Phone scams ramp up in Wisconsin.
5:24am
ETF. 2015 group health insurance plans, changes and rates for local government employees and retirees.
5:23am
ETF. 2015 state group health insurance plans, changes and rates for state employees and retirees.

5:49am
WBAY. DNR works to improve Green Bay water quality.
5:45am
WKBT. Elections official calls GOP complaint 'absurd.'
5:17am
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker's administration counters budget criticism.
5:04am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin DNR under Scott Walker gets mixed reviews.
4:54am
Wisconsin State Journal. Absentee ballots already cast will need photo ID, elections official says.

Economy/Business

4:50am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Tea party official rips We Energies' plan to alter solar charges.

Statewide

4:43pm
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Last-minute switches should motivate, not deter, voters.
3:56pm
Flight for Life - Fond Du Lac Base. Hosts a 30th Anniversary Celebration. Waukesha Base.
12:14pm
Arts Wisconsin. Executive Director Anne Katz chosen to participate in the 3rd class of National Arts Strategies' Chief Executive Program.
11:37am
Alliant Energy. Prairie du Sac dam 100th anniversary public tours a success.

11:16am
USA Today. States resist food stamp cuts.
4:51am
USA Today. Loosen your belts: U.S. waist sizes keep expanding.

Courts

9:14am
RPW. Files lawsuit against GAB for flawed ballot.
8:57am
Waukesha County Circuit Court. Friends and Neighbors of Robin Vos and Scott Fitzgerald for Senate v. GAB - complaint.
5:27am
ACLU of Wisconsin. To file motion on voter ID for rehearing.

1:06pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Opponents of Wisconsin voter ID law seek reversal of court's decision.
1:02pm
La Crosse Tribune. Republicans file lawsuit over redesigned ballot. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
12:15pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Civil rights group files gay marriage lawsuit.
4:50am
Fond du Lac Reporter. ACLU, voter ID opponents want new hearing.

Education

10:27am
UW-Stout. Enrollment up significantly, approaches record.
9:17am
UW-Madison. Seasonal flu shots available soon for UW students, employees.

Local

3:49pm
Dane County Parks. Public hearing on proposed 2015 Dane County Parks permit fees.
1:56pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Weishan. Warns against decreasing inpatient beds at mental health complex.
1:55pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Bowen. Thanks committee colleagues for MCO audit approval.
10:50am
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. New efficient lighting along the Lakefront.

5:51am
WFRV. Manitowoc city workers who smoke to pay higher insurance premiums.
5:29am
Fox 11. Door County farmers recovering from July hail storm.
5:10am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee groups call on politicians to focus on causes of violence.
5:03am
Sheboygan Press. Committee approves garbage fee extension.
4:58am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Manure tank spills 640K gallons at Brussels farm.
4:55am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Local group sues EC City Council over meetings law.

Congress

4:55pm
Rep. Kind. Statement following vote in favor of keeping government open and funding efforts to confront ISIS.
4:01pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Statement on Syria Rebel funding amendment.
3:17pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Video reform bill advances in Senate.
1:51pm
U.S. Rep. Petri. Train blocks Wisconsin road for five hours, U.S. Rep. Tom Petri responds at congressional markup.
12:25pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Introduces the ATF Elimination Act.
10:49am
U.S. Rep. Petri. Honored as Guardian of Small Business by NFIB.

Politics

1:53pm
Burke for Governor. Statement on latest Marquette Law School Poll.
1:49pm
Marquette University. New Marquette Law School Poll finds Wisconsin governor's race remains statistical dead heat.
10:29am
DPW. Sean Duffy heads to Washington, leaves working families behind.
10:28am
Walker for Governor. PolitiFact: Scott Walker says state 11th in business establishment growth under him vs. 47th under Mary Burke.
5:26am
Schimel for Attorney General. Agrees to four attorney general debates.
5:19am
One Wisconsin Now. Armed service veteran, UW student tells Gov. Walker voter ID law will not keep students from polls in November.

1:11pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Statement on Marquette Law poll.
1:05pm
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Walker campaign accuses Burke of dodging press, Obama.
12:57pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Wisconsin Gov. Walker leads Burke among likely voters, tied among registered voters: MU poll. Chippewa Herald. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
12:12pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Gov. Scott Walker's second term? Same as the first.
12:11pm
Wiconsin State Journal. Did Scott Walker's ad violate OSHA regulations?
12:09pm
WISN. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to campaign for Walker.
5:15am
La Crosse Tribune. Walker gets warm welcome at implement dealership.
4:59am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Burke heading to DNC event in Washington.

Tuesday September 16, 2014

Governor

5:45am
Gov. Walker. Attends Schreiber Foods ribbon cutting.

Budget

11:46am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. DOJ never launched GPS program.
11:42am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State needs $760 million more for health care over next two years.

Legislative

2:19pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: New school year renews student debt worries.
1:36pm
Sen. Petrowski. Receives award from End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin.
12:43pm
Sen. Farrow. Column: New opportunity increases interest in a treasured Wisconsin tradition.
9:12am
Rep. Sargent. Named to Family Impact Seminar Advisory Committee.

11:15am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Should Wisconsinites be able to vote for no one?
4:57am
Daily Cardinal. Rep. Chris Taylor discusses student engagement at Legislative Affairs meeting.

State Agencies

3:48pm
DWD Sec. Newson. Welcomes job seekers, employers to Central Wisconsin Career Expo; over 80 employers with 950 jobs available.
3:46pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Community projects receive $1.4 million.
2:08pm
DOJ. Iowa County man convicted of strangulation and causing great bodily harm.
1:44pm
DNR. Weekly news.
12:52pm
State Public Defender. Three State Public Defender attorneys to be honored.
10:30am
DOA Sec. Huebsch. Letter to Sens. Larson, Hansen, Shilling and Wirch regarding condition of the State's finances.
9:03am
MPS. 42 schools make the grade on state report cards, but overall results underscore urgency to continue needed improvements.
8:59am
DPI. Most schools and school districts meet or exceed expectations on annual report cards.

12:49pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ballot fight is brewing as state scrambled on voter ID.
11:44am
Chippewa Herald. Statewide school report cards show modest improvement from last year.
11:39am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 88% of schools, 98% of districts make grade in report cards.

Statewide

2:07pm
Wisconsin Council on Children & Families. New Census Bureau data for 2013 show the importance of the Affordable Care Act.
10:37am
Wisconsin Wins With Natural Gas Vehicles. Natural gas vehicle coalition launches new website to support more vehicles, stations in Wisconsin.
9:11am
Wisconsin Economic Development Association. Doudna named first Executive Director.
9:06am
Integrys Group. The challenge is on! Local non-profits compete in the 2014 Wisconsin Public Service "Energy Challenge."

12:27pm
New York Times. Editorial: Electoral chaos in Wisconsin.
12:27pm
Bloomberg. Uninsured rate fell after Obamacare, U.S. report confirms.
5:13am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Appeals court asking for trouble with ruling on Wisconsin voter ID law.
4:59am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Enough time to let all vote?
4:57am
Chippewa Herald. Cropland rent still rising as grain prices keep dropping.

Courts

2:17pm
District I Court of Appeals. State v. Jimmie Lee Smith.
2:16pm
District III Court of Appeals. Rice Lake Harley Davidson v. LIRC.
2:16pm
District III Court of Appeals. State v. Joseph T. Trepanier.
2:15pm
District III Court of Appeals. State v. Thomas J. Anker.
2:14pm
District III Court of Appeals. Robert C. Singler v. Zurich American Insurance Company.
2:05pm
7th Circuit Court of Appeals. Wolf et al., v. Walker et al. - Motion for stay of mandate pending final disposition of petition for writ of certiorari.
5:43am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Files brief in Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.

2:12pm
WEAU. Voter ID opponents demand re-hearing.
4:55am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin group is part of federal lawsuit to replace old oil tankers.

Education

3:47pm
UW-Stout. Professors' study could give super powers to ordinary cling wrap.
12:51pm
UW System. President Ray Cross touts UW System on Big Ten Bus Tour.
9:02am
UW-River Falls. U.S. News names UW-River Falls a Best Regional Public and Best Midwestern University.

5:00am
Stevens Point Journal. School Board rejects superintendent-by-committee idea.

Local

11:37am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Open letter to Mayor Barrett and Common Council members regarding the streetcar project.
10:54am
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Facebook can't solve our infant mortality problem.
10:42am
Public Policy Forum. Report warns against near-term reductions in psychiatric inpatient beds but says longer-term reductions should be possible.
9:09am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Recent budget move by County Exec. Abele causes sheriff to express concern of retribution in 2015 budget.
9:07am
Milwaukee County Sup. Johnson. Honored to serve as WCA President.

5:42am
WXOW. La Crosse City Clerk's Office waiting for instructions after voter ID court decision.
5:05am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. City workers who smoke to pay extra.
5:04am
Sheboygan Press. Local clerks get ready for voter ID changes.
5:04am
Wausau Daily Herald. Local clerks await guidance on revival of voter ID law.
4:58am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Editorial: Wheel tax idea likely to grow.

Congress

3:45pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Leads career and technical education briefing on skills training and the needs of the 21st century workforce.
1:43pm
U.S. Rep. Petri. Thanked for longstanding work on student loans.
10:53am
U.S. Rep. Petri. Meals on Wheels honors Rep. Tom Petri at national reception.
5:46am
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Urges Senate to pass the USA FREEDOM Act.
5:44am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Statement on Republican obstruction of Paycheck Fairness Act.

5:02am
Marshfield News Herald. State lawmakers open with military academy nominations.

Politics

3:49pm
One Wisconsin Now. NRA to Gov. Walker: 'Thanks a million.'
1:28pm
Walker for Governor. Continuing Wisconsin's Comeback: Ensuring that everyone who wants a job can find a job.
1:10pm
RPW. Walker's jobs plan will keep Wisconsin moving forward, Burke's programs already failed the state once before.
11:35am
DPW. Ronald Reagan got it right, Scott Walker got it wrong.
10:40am
Wisconsin Builders Association. Statement in support of Governor Walker plan to continue the Wisconsin comeback.
10:39am
Wisconsin Restaurant Association. Applauds Walker's "Continuing Wisconsin's Comeback" agenda.
10:35am
Walker for Governor. Before resigning, Mary Burke admitted she blew it at the Department of Commerce: "We are not out there selling the state and attracting companies."
10:34am
NFIB Wisconsin. Small business community applauds Governor Walker's pro-growth vision for Wisconsin.
10:32am
RPW. Launches HappHides.com as Susan Happ hides from bad, soft on crime record.
9:04am
Kurtz for Congress. Ron Kind stands with the EPA, not farmers.

5:38am
WISN. Wisconsin A.G. race is being waged on the ground.
5:34am
WKBT. WI Secretary of State race pits experience against change.
5:20am
Juneau County Star-Times. Congressional candidate: 'We need term limits.'
5:08am
Fond du Lac Reporter. 6th Congressional District candidates face off in debate. Wisconsin Public Radio. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Monday September 15, 2014

Governor

5:24am
Gov. Walker. Tours new UW-Milwaukee Freshwater Sciences School.

4:49am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker says ID law won't disenfranchise voters.

Budget

4:50pm
Wisconsin State Journal. DOJ wants $738K for death investigations.

Legislative

11:07am
Rep. Kleefisch. Column: Voter ID will work.
10:02am
Rep. Loudenbeck. Joins Family Impact Seminar Advisory Committee.
9:33am
Rep. Kolste. Calls for expansion of Medicaid.

4:59am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Politician takes on heroin.
4:56am
Appleton Post Crescent. Editorial: Yes, structural deficit does matter.
4:51am
La Crosse Tribune. New coalition pushes for transportation spending.

State Agencies

3:54pm
DATCP. Petition period opens for 2015 Ag Enterprise Areas.
3:31pm
DVA Sec. Scocos. Column: POW-MIA Recognition Day.
12:24pm
DATCP. Buroker takes national award for work at DATCP.
5:27am
Serve Wisconsin. Wisconsin swears in new class of AmeriCorps members as part of nationwide AmeriCorps 20th anniversary.

Economy/Business

5:15am
Milwaukee Business Journal. 4,000 jobs in two years only beginning of Kenosha County industrial boom.

Statewide

3:52pm
WPS Health Insurance, Green Bay Packers. Jon Williams saluted for Operation Fan Mail.
3:33pm
Wisconsin Council on Children & Families. Announces Race to Equity Scholarship winners.
2:54pm
Arts Wisconsin. Announces recipients of the 2014 Arts in the Community awards.
2:09pm
Americans for Prosperity. All should pay for their fair share of the electric grid.
1:45pm
One Wisconsin Now. While 150,000 seniors see Social Security garnished by student loan debt, Walker refuses common sense reforms.
12:29pm
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Wisconsin hospitals invested $176 million to train health professionals.

7:34am
Washington Post. How states have gamed Medicaid for hundreds of millions of dollars.
5:43am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Dead zones haunt Green Bay as manure fuels algae blooms.
5:04am
Marshfield News Herald. Special health enrollment period came as surprise.
5:02am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Medical malpractice fund must be protected.

Courts

2:12pm
Sen. Harris Dodd. Statement on voter ID.
9:40am
Sen. Vukmir. Statement on voter ID ruling.
5:22am
Rep. Shankland. Statement on voter ID ruling.
5:20am
United Wisconsin. Statement on voter ID ruling.

2:35pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Federal court ruling remove limits on donations to political parties.
2:31pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Absentee ballot mailings halted in push to restart voter ID law.
12:40pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin election officials scramble on voter ID.
5:50am
Bloomberg. Wisconsin wins bid to enforce voter ID rule in November. New York Times.
4:54am
Chippewa Herald. Appeals court could end federal challenge of John Doe probe - for now.

Education

1:46pm
UW-Stout. ROTC cadet shadows lieutenant at military base in Alaska.
1:41pm
Marquette University. Communication professor receives National Communication Association award.
12:25pm
UW-Marathon County. Holly Hassel earns UW Colleges research award.
11:06am
UW-River Falls. Temple Grandin to speak.
10:05am
Marquette University. Marquette education professor Dr. Howard Fuller goes "On the Issues" to discuss new memoir.

5:03am
Wausau Daily Herald. Editorial: Common Core is a step forward in education.

Local

4:30pm
Milwaukee Council President Murphy. Hamilton family and community deserve answers soon.
5:19am
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Milwaukee County offers help to aging veterans.

5:06am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Water coming from sand mines clouding streams.

Congress

11:05am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Announces staff mobile office hours.
10:42am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Comments on nomination to 69th General Assembly.
10:04am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Honors Hispanic Heritage Month.
5:21am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Obama taps Sen. Ron Johnson for UN post.

4:58am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Editorial: Sen. Johnson's missing solution for Social Security.

Federal Agencies

4:18pm
The Hill. Administration threatens to cut off ObamaCare subsidies to 360,000.

Politics

3:32pm
Wisconsin Bankers Association. Statement on Governor Scott Walker's "Continuing Wisconsin's Comeback" plan.
2:32pm
Walker for Governor. Continuing Wisconsin's Comeback: Learn more to earn more.
2:11pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Proposes major reform of oversight, support for county DAs asistants.
12:47pm
DPW. Wisconsin families left holding the bag on Scott Walker's deficit.
12:46pm
Walker for Governor. Milwaukee Business Journal: 4,000 jobs in two years only beginning of Kenosha County industrial boom.
12:31pm
RPW. New video: Politician Susan Happ protects criminals, not victims.
11:38am
Wisconsin Independent Businesses. Statement on Governor Scott Walker's Continuing Wisconsin's Comeback plan.
10:21am
WI Realtors Association. Enthusiastically support Gov. Walker's pledge to further reduce property taxes. 
10:03am
WMC. Statement on Governor Walker's job plan.
9:37am
Walker for Governor. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery: Mary Burke's plan is built on Governor Walker's success.
9:31am
RPW. Gov. Walker unveils jobs plan to continue the Wisconsin comeback.
5:28am
Walker for Governor. Continuing Wisconsin's Comeback: Governor Scott Walker announces plan for greater prosperity for all.
5:23am
Schimel for Attorney General. Farrow: Happ/Lautenschlager owe victim an apology.
5:18am
Broitzman for Secretary of State. Why is Jerry Broitzman running for Secretary of State?

3:36pm
Stevens Point Journal. Walker: Drug tests for needy 'about compassion.'
2:29pm
Green Bay Press Gazette. AG candidate: Move prosecutors to Justice Dept.
2:28pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Burke supports repeal of voter ID requirement.
5:41am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Susan Happ should have sought special prosecutor in assault case.
5:17am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. In a big change from 2012, Democrats outspent Walker on broadcast TV this summer.
5:08am
Chippewa Herald. Walker promising to cut taxes, require drug tests.
5:00am
Sheboygan Press. Victim complains AG candidate was biased.
4:47am
Wisconsin State Journal. Gov. Scott Walker unveils plan on jobs, benefits and education.
4:47am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gov. Scott Walker wants drug testing for public aid recipients.

Friday September 12, 2014

Voter ID

6:08pm
Wisconsin State AFL-CIO. Statement on voter ID ruling.
5:52pm
ACLU of Wisconsin. Statement on voter ID stay.
5:50pm
Rep. Barca. Statement on voter ID ruling.
5:49pm
DPW. Statement on Seventh District Circuit Court ruling.
5:48pm
Gov. Walker. Statement on voter ID ruling.
5:30pm
Rep. Bernier. Comments on voter ID ruling.
5:27pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Statement on voter ID ruling.
5:26pm
Speaker Vos. Statement on voter ID decision.
5:25pm
Sen. Lazich. Statement about Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals upholding Wisconsin voter ID law.
5:20pm
AG Van Hollen. Statement in the matter of Frank, et al. v. Walker et al. and LULAC, et al. v. Deininger et al.
4:36pm
Rep. Zamarripa. Criticizes judicial flip on voter ID.
4:09pm
7th Circuit Court of Appeals. Frank v. Walker; LULAC v. Deininger - order.

5:32pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Federal appeals court reinstates voter ID requirement.
4:28pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Appeals panel reinstates Wisconsin's voter ID law.

Governor

1:44pm
Alliant Energy. Power plant marks 100 years of providing clean, renewable energy.
1:44pm
Gov. Walker. Attends Alliant Energy's celebration for 100th anniversary of Prairie du Sac dam.
1:18pm
Gov. Walker. Approves emergency rule easing access to identification cards for voters.
10:54am
Gov. Walker. Global biotech company launches new venture in Madison.

3:47pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin governor approves new voter ID process.
10:55am
Wisconsin State Journal. California biotech firm to hire 100-plus to make cancer drugs in University Research Park.

Legislative

3:17pm
Reps. Kleefisch, Richards. Present Don Richards Leadership Award in Waukesha County.
1:07pm
Wisconsin Industrial Energy Group. Names Rep. Scott Krug as trade association's "Legislator of the Year."
9:55am
Sen. Harris Dodd. Asks for increase ivestment in TAD programs. Letter to AG Van Hollen.
5:19am
Wisconsin Technical College System. Advances targeted biennial budget proposal.

5:43am
WJFW. Examining rural school funding: the challenges, the possible solutions.
5:02am
Stevens Point Journal. Legislators address groundwater concerns with county.

State Agencies

2:45pm
DPI. Partnership grants to strengthen mathematics teaching.
2:42pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, Sept. 14-20.
1:08pm
DSPS. Meetings, week of Sept. 15.
9:52am
DWD. Meetings and hearings, Week of Sept. 15-19.
5:18am
DNR. Outdoor Report.

12:35pm
Oshkosh Northwestern. Corrections topped $34M in overtime in 2013.
5:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Another misstep at WEDC.

Economy/Business

10:53am
Menominee Nation, Hard Rock Casino. Jobs website launched.

5:06am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Small business premiums on federal marketplace are higher in Wisconsin than in Minnesota.

Statewide

3:19pm
Pro-Life Wisconsin. National day of remembrance for aborted children: Memorial services for aborted babies buried in Wisconsin.
2:44pm
Integrys Group. Innovative Educator Grants now available from the Wisconsin Public Service Foundation.
2:38pm
WPPI Energy. To pilot community solar gardens. Fact Sheet.

12:30pm
Alliant Energy. Power plant marks 100 years of providing clean, renewable energy.
5:17am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Should Wisconsin stop building bigger highways?

Courts

11:44am
AG Van Hollen. Statement in the matter of Frank, et al. v. Walker et al. and LULAC, et al. v. Deininger, et al.

12:32pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Appeals court considers Wisconsin's voter ID law.
7:32am
Bloomberg. Wisconsin seeks to revive voter photo ID rule for Nov. 4.

Education

1:06pm
UW-Stout. Foundation awards more than $675,000 in scholarships.
9:01am
Wisconsin Technical College System. Highlights partnership with Crossing Rivers Health of Prairie du Chein.

5:09am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Activist warns about Common Core consequences.

Local

5:44am
WXOW. Onalaska residents voice concerns about Badger Couleee Transmission Line Project.
5:03am
Racine Journal Times. Taxpayer group opposes Unified referendum.

Congress

2:13pm
One Wisconsin Now. Sen. Baldwin introduces bill to stop punishing hard working students for being hard working.
12:27pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Stands up for Wisconsin students, introduces new legislation to address access to affordable higher education.
11:00am
U.S. Rep. Petri. Receives NEA Republican Educators Caucus Award.

4:58am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Wisconsin lawmakers offer tepid support for ISIS plan. Wisconsin Public Radio.

Politics

11:45am
RPW. Statement on Susan Happ's alarming conflict of interest and attempt to silence victim.
11:37am
Wisconsin Green Party. Ron Hardy polling 12% in State Treasurer's race.
10:30am
One Wisconsin Now. Emails show Walker involved in 2010 voter intimidation billboard campaign content.

10:32am
RPW. Victim files complaint against AG candidate over sexual assault case.
5:01am
Capital Times. Clean Wisconsin talks pro-renewable energy attitudes of voters with Walker, Burke camps.
4:56am
Wisconsin State Journal. Mary Burke: No "substance" to WILL lawsuit.
4:53am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Mary Burke discusses plans for construction with Milwaukee iron workers union.

Thursday September 11, 2014

Governor

1:04pm
Gov. Walker. Meets with troops, recognizes anniversary of 9/11.

3:30pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee's 9-11 ceremony held at War Memorial Center.
8:54am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: If there's a budget mess this time, it belongs to Gov. Scott Walker.

Legislative

3:39pm
Rep. Kessler. Letter to UWM regarding Urban Day School.
2:20pm
Rep. Goyke. Commemorates Patriot Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance 2014.
1:08pm
Rep. Zamarripa. Walker Administration causing confusion over voter ID.
1:05pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Column: Wisconsin's financial outlook.
11:23am
Rep. Wright. Named to Family Impact Seminars Advisory Committee.
10:31am
Sen. Miller. Weekly Democratic Radio Address.
10:30am
Sen. Harris Dodd. Children First program provides vital services to fathers. Letter to DCF Sec. Anderson.

4:05am
WKOW. Senator asks for seat belts on all WI school buses.
3:50am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: The fiscal sky has not fallen.

State Agencies

4:16pm
DOJ. Packer travel advisory.
2:57pm
DWD. Central Wisconsin Career Expo update: Over 70 employers with nearly 750 jobs available; 200 plus job seekers ready for Stevens Point event Tuesday, Sept. 16.
1:07pm
DNR. Wisconsin's youth waterfowl and regular season Canada goose hunt set to open.
12:22pm
DATCP. Telemarketer pays $50,000 in Do Not Call case.
12:20pm
GAB. What voters should know about registration and absentee ballot mailings.
9:58am
DATCP. EAB found near High Cliff.
9:14am
DOT. New process will assist votes in obtaining state ID cards.
8:55am
DOT. Petition process for unavailable documentation for a free Wisconsin Identification Card for voting purposes.
8:21am
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Statement on new procedures for obtaining photo ID.

4:23am
WISC. State officials continue to prepare for possible attack, disaster.
3:52am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin agencies set up new ID process.

Economy/Business

3:32pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. UnitedHealthcare enters Wisconsin Obamacare exchange.
4:14am
WQOW. eBay Enterprise looking to fill over 1,000 jobs at its call center in Eau Claire.
4:06am
Wisconsin State Journal. Companies steer workers to select hospitals.

Statewide

1:06pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. New report: Wisconsin small group silver insurance cost 18% higher than Minnesota.
12:18pm
American Federation for Children. Announcing the launch of Wisconsin Federation for Children.
10:27am
Wisconsin Professional Police Association. Madison police union makes first major donation to Law Enforcement Museum of Valor.
9:57am
UW-Madison College Republicans. Partner with College Democrats for 9/11 memorial on Bascom Hill.

3:45am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. No end in sight for America's Mideast war duties.

Courts

1:50pm
District IV Court of Appeals. Madison Metropolitan School District v. Tony Evers.
3:39am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Sues Madison School Board, district for violating Act 10.

1:13pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee County releases latest batch of John Doe records. Chippewa Herald.
5:03am
Washington Times. High court to consider another crack at gay marriage.
4:07am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. DA John Chisholm denies Doe probe a political vendetta.
3:55am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker says even if federal appeals court dismisses John Doe case, he's not worried.
3:46am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Former prison union officials lose appeal.
3:44am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Conservative firm sues, claiming Madison teachers contract illegal. Wisconsin State Journal.

Education

10:04am
Marquette University. Researchers receive $1.85 million grant for neuroscience study.
10:03am
UW-Madison. Former Gov. Thompson to give Offner Lecture Sept. 30.
10:02am
UW-Madison. Yogic breathing shows promise in reducing symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.

Local

9:55am
Milwaukee County Sup. Staskunas. Supports O'Donnell Park sale to Northwestern Mutual.

1:16pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mayors agree on background checks for private gun sales.
1:15pm
Chippewa Herald. Three more companies want sand mines in Chippewa County.
4:53am
Twin Cities Pioneer Press. New St. Croix bridge coming together, in pieces big and 'small.'
3:53am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Group of Amish families refuses to install fire detectors in their homes.

Congress

4:14pm
U.S. Rep. Petri. Donates blood at 9/11 event.
4:12pm
Wisconsin Farmers Union. NFU honors champions for family agriculture with Golden Triangle Award.
3:27pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Statement on the Obama Administration's ISIS strategy.
2:55pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Introduces legislation to curb corporate tax inversions.
1:09pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Reaction to Obama's ISIS plan.
8:38am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Statement on President Obama's address to the nation on the Administration's strategy to counter the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
3:41am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Reponds to President's speech on ISIS strategy.

5:17am
Reuters. U.S. lawmakers fault rail sector for slow service, profits.
3:42am
Reuters. Obama orders U.S. airstrikes in Syria against Islamic State.

Politics

2:57pm
Laning for State Senate. Public meet-and-greet a success.
1:02pm
Walker for Governor. Reality check: Governor Walker cut taxes by $2 billion benefiting all Wisocnisn taxpayers.
11:11am
Sierra Club. Announces endorsed candidates.
10:28am
Grothman for Congress. Statement on 13th anniversary of 9/11.
10:05am
Libertarian Party of Wisconsin. GAB ruling on debate complaint.
9:23am
Schimel for Attorney General. Honors 9/11 victims.
7:09am
Walker for Governor. Releases new TV ad: "Comeback."
3:39am
Kurtz for Congress. President's plan must be resolute and decisive.

3:51am
La Crosse Tribune. Walker, Burke campaign in La Crosse.
3:50am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Gov. Walker tells students at UW-EC he continues to support freeze on tuition.
3:49am
Racine Journal Times. Walker highlights tuition freeze in Parkside stop.
3:48am
Washington Post. Scott Walker targeted in fall union offensive.
3:47am
Daily Reporter. AFSCME leader says beating Walker top priority. Chippewa Herald.

Wednesday September 10, 2014

Governor

5:02pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Statement on new voter ID verification process.
5:01pm
Sen. Lazich. Statement about voter ID.
4:57pm
Gov. Walker. Statement on new voter ID verification process.
2:50pm
Gov. Walker. Headlines Small Business Summit.

4:56am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker says he has confidence in WEDC leadership following dispute between top officials.

Legislative

4:43pm
Sen. Hansen. Updated: Revenue growth not likely to be enough to resolve budget crisis. LFB Memo.
4:04pm
Rep. Kleefisch. Join Rep. Kleefisch for Wisconsin fall adventures.
9:04am
Sen. Cullen. Renews call for seat belts on school buses.

State Agencies

4:45pm
Midwest Environmental Advocates. Citizens impacted by frac sand mining announce new petition to the Natural Resources Board.
4:14pm
DNR. Brings resources together to help small businesses.
3:12pm
DVA. September is National Suicide Prevention Month.
2:52pm
DWD. In Cuba City, DWD Deputy Secretary highlights Governor's Wisconsin Fast Forward worker training initiative.
11:59am
Wisconsin Veterans Museum. Announces lineup of fall events and activities.
5:32am
ETF. Nominations sought for Board seats.

12:18pm
La Crosse Tribune. Scientists: Wisconsin DNR wolf estimates faulty.
5:43am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. AARP challenges utilities' rates.

Economy/Business

12:00pm
WMC. Federal regs cost U.S. economy more than $2 trillion annually.

10:14am
USA Today. Employer health plan deductibles see big 5-year jump.
4:53am
Wisconsin Public Radio. GTAC finds more wetlands than it initially expected in Penokees.

Statewide

3:26pm
Quarles & Brady. Madison Quarles & Brady attorneys named in The Best Lawyers in America 2015.
1:11pm
The Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government. Wisconsin at crossroads for health care reform, study says.
11:01am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Wisconsin donations to unregulated groups topped $5 million in 18 months.
5:36am
Wisconsin Council on Children & Families. Wisconsin has the greatest distance to travel in the nation to decrease racial disparities. Policy Brief.

12:16pm
Twin Cities Pioneer Press. In Wisconsin , 4 of 5 black children live in poor homes, report says.
5:26am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin's black children remain trapped in poverty, study says.

Courts

12:25pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Judge rules Wisconsin law unconstitutional, grants adoption to lesbian couple.
10:32am
Bloomberg. Wisconsin prosecutors push to revive Walker campaign case.
5:15am
Marshfield News Herald. Federal judges hear Walker campaign probe lawsuit.
5:02am
Chippewa Herald. Appeals judges question federal judicial role in John Doe investigation. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Education

3:58pm
UW System. President Ray Cross talks business in Algoma.
2:08pm
Marquette University. Marquette, Brady Corp. present 2014 Good Money Challenge.
12:58pm
UW-Stout. Fifteen students awarded graduate scholarship.
12:51pm
UW-River Falls. Xcel Energy grant supports future teachers.
9:17am
Marquette University. Charles Franklin goes "On the Issues" to present new Marquette Law School Poll.

5:49am
Appleton Post Crescent. Editorial: Blame Doyle for end of Wisconsin Covenant.

Local

3:13pm
Milwaukee Ald. Davis. Hamilton case shows need for new county investigation unit.
5:29am
City of Algoma. UW System President Ray Cross to visit on Wednesday, September 10.

3:11pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Northwestern Mutual, parks groups rally forces for O'Donnell Park sale hearing.
4:54am
Chippewa Herald. Wheel tax to start next year.

Congress

4:21pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Cites GAO report as further proof of the need for major crop insurance reform.
3:28pm
U.S. Rep. Petri. Members of Congress announce Academy Day in Oshkosh.
12:52pm
U.S. Rep. Petri. Participates in USO event to support troops.
5:42am
U.S. Rep. Ribble. House passes Rigell, Ribble, Barrow Rahall resolution to hold President accountable; condemns unlawful transfer of five Taliban leaders.

10:05am
Reuters. U.S. groups leery of fast-track trade deals demand transparency.
5:24am
Sheboygan Press. Baldwin, Johnson want military equipment program reined in.
4:53am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Kind hopes Congress can finish up business.

Politics

4:20pm
DPW. Schimel let child porn offender escape trial in deal with former boss.
4:19pm
One Wisconsin Now. Schimel attacks against Happ come from electeds with long anti-women's equality record.
4:02pm
Walker for Governor. Politifact: Scott Walker says Madison school district is only one to ignore Act 10.
3:23pm
Media Trackers. Dem congressional candidate Mark Harris hiked spending, wanted more taxes.
3:15pm
Walker for Governor. Stops at UW-Parkside to highlight historic two-year tuition freeze.
11:57am
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Walker earns failing grades in student loan debt 101 on college tour.
11:03am
RPW. Video: Mary Burke wrong or students, against UW tuition freeze.
10:29am
DPW. Hold Scott Walker accountable for massive budget shortfall.
10:15am
Walker for Governor. Stops at UW-La Crosse to highlight historic two-year tuition freeze.
10:00am
Schimel for Attorney General. Says OWI testing should still be moved from UW Hygiene Lab to DOJ Crime Lab.
9:20am
RPW. 5 GOP legislators urge EMILY's List to retract endorsement of Susan Happ.
8:32am
Walker for Governor. Stops at UW-Eau Claire to highlight historic two-year tuition freeze.

5:10am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Walker pushes UW tuition freeze, downplays deficit.
5:06am
Wisconsin State Journal. How would gubernatorial candidates plug $400 million hole?

Tuesday September 9, 2014

Legislative

5:05pm
Rep. Shankland. Statement on $1.8 billion structural deficit.
4:20pm
Rep. Hintz. We want the truth.
2:33pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: Some good news - and more bad news - on  health care.
2:31pm
Sen. Shilling. Offers solutions to fix budget deficit.
10:48am
Sen. Gudex. Awarded Guardian of Small Business by NFIB.
10:47am
Sen. Harris Dodd. Investing in Wisconsin's workforce. Letter to WTCS President Foy.
5:13am
Sen. Farrow. Reacts to latest state budget projections.

State Agencies

4:14pm
DWD Sec. Newson. Highlights school-to-work innovations in Fox Valley, part of Governor's worker training agenda.
3:54pm
AG Van Hollen. Statement regarding the U.S. DEA's final rule for the disposal of controlled substances.
3:49pm
GAB. Stops enforcing aggregate PAC limits.
3:10pm
DOJ. Charges Appleton woman with strangulation and suffocation, disorderly conduct and battery as acts of domestic violence.
2:28pm
DOJ. Seeks to commit David E. Dejanovich for treatment.
1:31pm
DOR. Unclaimed property auction.
1:31pm
DNR. Weekly news.
1:30pm
DHS, Mental Health America of Wisconsin. Capitol ceremony marks Suicide Prevention Awareness Week.
11:40am
OCI. Completes filing reviews.
10:50am
DHS. Announces intent to contract for Foodshare employment and training.
10:43am
DWD Sec. Newson. During Manufacturing Month, take opportunity to see industry firsthand.
9:00am
DOJ. Seeks to commit Jimmie L. Miller for treatment.
8:51am
AARP. Utility rate hike proposal is harmful to seniors on fixed incomes.
7:13am
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Calls on Walker Administration to release 2015 health insurance rates.
5:12am
ETF. Preliminary WRS returns as of Aug. 31, 2014.

5:10am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State utilities commission will hold public hearing on proposed rate changes.
5:06am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Blunt emails expose deep rift between two WEDC leaders. Wisconsin State Journal. Eau Claire Leader-Telegram.
5:02am
La Crosse Tribune. Treampealeau frac sand facility to pay $60,000.

Economy/Business

5:41am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 1 in 4 Wisconsin employers plans to add staff, ManpowerGroup finds.
5:18am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Home Depot confirms data breach, offers identity theft protection and credit monitoring.

Statewide

4:34pm
Sierra Club. Recognizes Wisconsin leaders with awards.
11:42am
WISPIRG. Report: 21st Century Transportation.
11:36am
Laughlin Constable. Recognized for exemplary workplace practices.
8:50am
End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin. Nationally known domestice violence survivor and advocate to speak on Sept. 16.

11:02am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Feds announce new grants for Obamacare "navigators" in Wisconsin.
9:09am
Washington Post. CO2 levels in atmosphere rising at dramatically faster rate, U.N. report warns.
9:03am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Minnesota lake first in nation to use new product to kill zebra mussels.

Courts

1:58pm
District I Court of Appeals. Tiffany Hill v. D.C.
1:35pm
AG Van Hollen. Files petition for writ of certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court in the matter of Wolf, et. al. v. Walker, et. al.
11:44am
ACLU of Wisconsin. Case to go to U.S. Supreme Court.
11:37am
U.S. Supreme Court. Scott Walker v. Virginia Wolf - Petition for a writ of certiorari.
5:13am
CRG Network. Wins federal ruling on political contribution limits.

3:13pm
LA Times. Indiana, Wisconsin appeal gay-marriage rulings to Supreme Court.
12:38pm
Legal Newsline. District attorney's wife drove case against Wis. Gov. Walker, insider says.
10:55am
WKOW. Wisconsin appeals gay marriage to high court.
5:01am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Q&A about court case involving Gov. Scott Walker.
4:57am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Judge orders state not to enforce PAC limits law.

Education

12:35pm
UW-River Falls. Physics Professor Vonk named Fulbright Ambassador.
10:56am
Marquette University. Names Bill Scholl new athletic director.
10:54am
UW-River Falls. Grades 3-8 Common Core mathematics project begins.
10:51am
UW-Stout. Ranked among top public universities in Midwest.
8:48am
UW-Eau Claire. U.S. News ranks UW-Eau Claire among top Midwest schools in qualirty, lowest in grad debt.
8:47am
Skyward. Announces scholarship winners for 2014-15 academic year.

5:09am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Crude or shrewd? School offers cash for student referrals.

Local

9:43am
Milwaukee County Board. Joing night hearing of Parks, Economic Development Committeess to be held on proposed sale of O-Donnell Park on September 10.

5:00am
Wausau Daily Herald. Weston Planners say no to mining near river.

Congress

3:11pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Announces $300,000 in TIGER grant funding for Madison transportation project.
12:40pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Accepting service academy nomination applications.
12:18pm
U.S. Rep. Petri. Honored at final subcommittee hearing.
10:57am
One Wisconsin Now. Will Ron Johnson be deciding vote on student loan refinancing?
10:45am
Committee on Education & The Workforce Democrats. Rep. Mark Pocan opening statement for Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions Subcommittee hearing.
9:01am
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Statement on Senate vote on Constitutional amendment on campaign finance reform.

1:05pm
The Hill. Sen. Johnson: Obama 'dithered for far too long' over threat from ISIS.

Politics

4:19pm
Walker for Governor. Visits UW-Green Bay campus, discusses two-year tuition freeze, college affordability.
2:29pm
United Wisconsin PAC. Announces endorsement of Susan Happ for Attorney General.
1:32pm
DPW. Scott Walker's fiscal mess.
12:16pm
RPW. Leaders call on EMILY's List to retract endorsement of Susan Happ.
10:58am
Walker for Governor. Mary Burke's not so good with other people's money.
10:56am
Walker for Governor. Stops at UW-Milwaukee to highlight historic two-year tuition freeze.
10:49am
Republican Governors Association. Releases new ad in the Wisconsin governor's race.
9:45am
RPW. More resume changes for Mary Burke, we still don't know who she is.
9:44am
Schimel for Attorney General. Receives Wisconsin Restaurant Association endorsement.
9:11am
DPW. Criminal corruption probe "must continue."

12:39pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Female Republicans want AG endorsement retracted.
11:46am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker, Burke exchange blasts on projected budget shortfall.

Monday September 8, 2014

LFB Budget Memo

4:29pm
Sen. Larson. Statement on budget crisis.
4:23pm
Sen. Jauch. Statement on $1.8 billion structural deficit.
4:04pm
Sen. Lassa. State deficit balloons to $1.8 billion.
3:19pm
Sen. Miller. Statement on budget shortfall.
3:18pm
Sen. Lehman. Statement on new budget shortfall.
3:15pm
Sen. Shilling. Wisconsin faces staggering $1.8 billion budget deficit.
3:03pm
Rep. Barca. Statement on staggering structural deficit.
2:48pm
Sen. Hansen. Statement on Wisconsin's $1.8 billion budget crisis.
2:46pm
Burke for Governor. Statement on Walker's $1.76 billion structural deficit.
2:42pm
Speaker Vos. Statement on Legislative Fiscal Bureau memo.
2:37pm
Joint Finance Co-Chairs Darling, Nygren. Wisconsin has $443 million budget surplus.
2:35pm
Sen. Erpenbach. Statement on the $1.8 billion dollar structural deficit.
2:31pm
LFB. Out-year commitment for 2015-17 adjusted for actual tax collections in 2013-14.

4:09pm
Wisconsin State Journal. State structural deficit approaches $1.8 billion.
3:17pm
Fox 11. Wisconsin shortfall projected at $1.8 billion.
2:40pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin state budget shortfall projected at nearly $1.8 billion.

Governor

1:54pm
Gov. Walker. Attends Midwest U.S.-Japan Association Conference.

Legislative

11:39am
Sens. Larson, Hansen, Shilling, Wirch. Letter to DOA Sec. Huebsch requesting plan to address budget crisis.
5:28am
Sen. Taylor. Federal circuit court strikes down Wisconsin ban on same-sex marriage.

5:18am
Sheboygan Press. Dismantling Common Core easier said than done.

State Agencies

3:55pm
WEDC. Businesses urged to apply for 2014 Marketplace Governor's Awards.
3:45pm
Emergency Management. Situation Report 9/8/2014.
2:39pm
Emergency Management. Satula appointed to international disaster group.
2:29pm
AG Van Hollen. Announces judgment requiring Trempealeau County frac sand mining and processing facility to pay $60,000 in forfeitures, fees and costs.
12:33pm
DOJ. Former Lake Geneva Street Department employees charged with theft and misconduct bound over for trial.
11:38am
DMA. Guard anti-terror unit planning Milwaukee exercise this week.

4:56am
Eau Claire-Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin officials launch 2014 fall color report.

Statewide

1:53pm
Farmers, Ag Businesses, and Propane Industry. Urge farmers to prepare for upcoming harvest.
9:10am
Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. Wisconsin school spending changes match U.S. during 2008-12.
5:37am
Forward Institute. New study: Broken education funding system causes growing gap in opportunities among Wisconsin schools and communities. Report. Association for Equity in Funding.

3:01pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Study: Wisconsin school spending changes in 2008-12 similar to other states.
1:59pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Propane suppliers, dealers take measures to avoid shortages this winter.
12:54pm
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Report says Wisconsin school spending tracked national trends.
4:57am
Chippewa Herald. E-cigarette debate heats up in Wisconsin.

Courts

2:04pm
U.S. District Court Eastern District. CRG Network v. Thomas Barland - decision and order.
1:58pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Court enjoins Wisconsin campaign finance restrictions on contributions by PAC's.
12:23pm
National Committee for Amish Freedom. Amish lose remaining Eau Claire County court cases.

2:12pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Legal tab into John Doe lawsuits: $672,000 and counting.
5:43am
Wisconsin State Journal. Appeals court to hear arguments in Scott Walker 'John Doe' case.
5:42am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: John Doe investigation of Gov. Scott Walker's campaign must continue.
5:24am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Wisconsin officials still on the wrong side of gay marriage debate.
5:14am
Appleton Post Crescent. Editorial: Mine donation eye-opening, appalling.
4:49am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Judges question size of state's $1.15 billion malpractice fund.

Education

3:02pm
UW-Stout. Students to benefit as undergraduate programs earn ABET accreditation.
2:52pm
UW-River Falls. Living green wall to be installed in classroom.
1:52pm
Marquette University. Marquette Theatre presents Thornton Wilder's Our Town.

5:13am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Local educators seek to stay out of Common Core politics.
4:53am
Wisconsin State Journal. A teacher 'marketplace' emerges in post-Act 10 Wisconsin.
4:51am
Stevens Point Journal. The politics of common core.

Local

2:27pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. To host budget listening session.
2:09pm
Milwaukee City Clerk Owczarski. License Division looks to process surge of applications for new taxi permits.
12:32pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Construction begins at Dane County's award-winning landfill.
9:29am
Waukesha County Exec. Vrakas. Lt. Gov. Kleefisch to give keynote address at Waukesha County Executive Awards.

5:08am
La Crosse Tribune. Hunters seek access to more Gogebic Taconite land.
5:06am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Tribes say $700K GTAC donation to Club for Growth won't make difference in mine battle.
4:54am
Beloit Daily News. Personal information on city website.

Congress

11:41am
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Releases travel records.
5:32am
Voces de la Frontera. White House immigration relief delay: Politics over people.

6:05am
USA Today. Immigrants feel frustrated, betrayed by Obama delay.
5:17am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Johnson: Troops may have to enter Syria to wipe out ISIS.

Politics

1:03pm
Happ for Attorney General. Criticizes appeal of Planned Parenthood ruling.
11:40am
RPW. Mary Burke scrutinized for 2-year-hiatus, 'snowboarding sabbitacal.'
11:35am
Walker for Governor. Mary Burke is scheming to raise your property taxes.
8:53am
Schimel for Attorney General. Receives another law enforcement endorsement.
5:39am
Broitzman for Secretary of State. Attends One MKE event.
5:30am
RPW. Mary Burke again campaigns with Martin O'Malley to promote failed liberal agenda.

5:50am
WKOW. Common Core remains point of contrast in race for governor.
5:00am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Burke says appeal of same-sex marriage ban decision would waste taxpayer money.
4:59am
La Crosse Tribune. Walker, Burke have clear contrasts on education.
4:56am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mega-donors rush in after campaign-giving cap removed.
4:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker, Burke on polar ends of Common Core debate.
4:50am
Wausau Daily Herald. Who's paying for Wisconsin's fight for governor?

Friday September 5, 2014

Governor

4:00am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Gov. Scott Walker opens Biron Business Park.

Legislative

5:00pm
Sen. Taylor. Supports Congresswoman Moore's stand for a living wage & worker's rights.
10:56am
Sen. Harris. Legislative Democrats ask Secretary Anderson to protect homeless children. Letter.
4:20am
Rep. Barca. Statement on Walker and Republicans' failed and costly health care experiment.
4:17am
Sen. Larson. Federal government steps in for Wisconsinites kicked off BadgerCare by Wisconsin GOP.

State Agencies

4:02pm
Emergency Management. Situation report - severe storms.
3:48pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, Sept. 7-13.
3:23pm
DATCP. Three Dane County horses test positive for EHV-1.
3:05pm
DOJ. Milwaukee man sentenced for racketeering and Medicaid fraud as last defendant in scheme.
1:29pm
DWD. Deputy Secretary visits employers, trainees taking part in Governor's Wisconsin Fast Forward training initiative.
9:47am
DWD. Meetings and hearings, week of Sept. 8-12.
4:13am
DSPS. Meetings, week of Sept. 8.

4:10am
Wisconsin Public Radio. DNR updates fish consumption recommendations.

Economy/Business

1:37pm
Reuters. U.S. job growth brakes to eight-month low, labor force shrinks.
4:03am
Wisconsin State Journal. Huge mine may shrink away from Ashland County, Gogebic Taconite says. Wisconsin Public Radio.
3:55am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Three Pick 'n Save stores closing; 226 losing jobs.
3:55am
Duluth News Tribune. Despite long winter and late start, seaway cargo now ahead of 2013.
3:51am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Feds give Oshkosh region another $1m for job development.

Statewide

4:01pm
WMC. Municipal spending decrease demonstrates Act 10 is working.
1:36pm
Ruffed Grouse Society. To host fundraiser dinner in Fifield.
10:06am
Midwest Food Processors Association. Reinforce commitment to food safety as part of National Food Safety Month.
9:46am
Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. As students return, state gets report card.

10:54am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. New Wisconsin coalition supports natural gas vehicles.
4:59am
The Hill. Fed: Gap between wealthy and average Americans widening.
3:59am
Stevens Point Journal. Rate increase could stifle renewable energy.

Courts

4:19am
Wisconsin Family Action. Reacts to 7th Circuit's ruling on marriage.
4:18am
Rep. Barca. Statement on marriage equality ruling.
4:17am
U.S. Rep. Kind. Statement on appeals court decision in favor of marriage equality for Wisconsin.

5:15am
New York Times. Gay-marriage bans fall in Wisconsin and Indiana. Washington Post. Reuters. Bloomberg.
4:39am
Wall Street Journal. Editorial: A first amendment education.
4:08am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. States urge Supreme Court to take up gay marriage.
3:53am
Racine Journal Times. Court rules against gay marriage bans in Wisconsin and Indiana.
3:50am
Appleton Post Crescent. Same-sex marriages in Wisconsin? Not yet.

Education

3:59pm
DPI, Herb Kohl Educational Foundation. Four educators receive Wisconsin Teacher of the Year award.
2:31pm
UW-Eau Claire. CHAASE hosts forum on importance of applied research.
1:33pm
UW-Stout. Student's design turns city parking meters into bike racks.
1:32pm
DPI, Herb Kohl Educational Foundation. West Allis-West Milwaukee educator named Wisconsin Elementary Teacher of the Year.
11:02am
Marquette University. To inaugurate 24th president Sept. 19.
10:58am
DPI, Herb Kohl Educational Foundation. Whitewater educator named Wisconsin Middle School Teacher of the Year.
4:14am
UW-Extension. Innovation Cafe save the date.

11:20am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin school board adopts transgender policy.
4:09am
La Crosse Tribune. Cross: Wisconsin Idea should inspire cohesive UW System.

Local

4:00pm
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. And yes, the jury got it wrong with acquittal of suspected killer.
3:58pm
Rock County Public Works Department. Bike ride features the best of Rock County's scenery, local food.
1:30pm
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Milwaukee County offers help to aging veterans.
12:36pm
Sun Prairie PFLAG Chapter. Holds first meeting in Sun Prairie.
11:44am
Dairy Business Association. Decision allows important new dairy development to proceed.
9:48am
Integrys Group. Storm restoration work continues for Wisconsin Public Service.
8:15am
Public Policy Forum. Region's property tax levies increase only minimally in 2014. Report.
4:16am
Integrys Group. Severe thunderstorms ravage North central and northeast Wisconsin.

3:54am
Wausau Daily Herald. State judge rules on high-capacity wells.

Congress

4:22am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Ron Johnson should vote for key U.S. Senate measure Monday to overturn Citizens United decision.

3:57am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Rep. Gwen Moore arrested at fast food wage protest.

Federal Agencies

3:52am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Special Wisconsin BadgerCare enrollment period announced. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Politics

3:24pm
RPW. Mary Burke's policies have failed taxpayers and Madison School District.
3:07pm
Walker for Governor. Visits Midwest Manufacturing in Eau Claire.
1:31pm
Walker for Governor. Visits Rice Lake Weighing Systems.
12:37pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Another Democratic sheriff endorses.
11:00am
One Wisconsin Now. A guide to Gov. Walker's education policy: Follow the money.
9:56am
DPW. Scott Walker's overreach on women's health.
9:49am
Walker for Governor. Visits J&D Tube Benders, Inc. in Schofield.
4:21am
Walker for Governor. Attends Great Lakes Logging and Heavy Equipment Expo in Oshkosh.

1:43pm
Wausau Daily Herald. Walker campaigns at factory, defends job growth record.
11:15am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin Senate loser won't pursue court case.
4:34am
WKOW. Wittwer still looking into possible legal challenge in 17th Senate District.
4:12am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Debbie Wasserman Schultz crosse line in attack on Gov. Scott Walker.
4:06am
Janesville Gazette. Kilkenny kicks off Senate campaign.
4:05am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Take note: Poll supports casino.
4:04am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Schimel says Happ should not have handled child sex assault case.

Thursday September 4, 2014

Same-Sex Marriage

5:08pm
Sen. Lassa. Attorney General should stop wasting resources on marriage case.
5:07pm
Milwaukee County Clerk Czarnezki. Lauds appeals court decision.
4:42pm
Rep. Shankland. Statement on court of appeals ruling for marriage equality.
4:40pm
Rep. Billings. Rights of all people upheld once again.
4:11pm
AG Van Hollen. Update in the matter of Wolf, et al. v. Walker, et al.
3:47pm
DPW. Statement on the U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling.
3:45pm
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Another historic step forward for marriage equality.
3:44pm
Dane County Clerk McDonell. Statement on U.S. appeals court marriage equality ruling.
3:28pm
Rep. Zamarripa. Another major step in the right direction for marriage equality in Wisconsin.
3:16pm
Sen. Larson. Statement on affirmation of marriage equality in Wisconsin.
3:12pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Statement on appeals court ruling on Wisconsin gay marriage ban.
3:11pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Statement on 7th Circuit marriage equality ruling.
2:59pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Statement on 7th Circuit Court ruling for marriage equality in Wisconsin.
2:57pm
Sen. Miller. Statement on 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling.
2:49pm
Rep. Sargent. Court ruling confirms equality for all.
2:24pm
7th Circuit Court of Appeals. Virginia Wolf v. Scott Walker - decision.

3:50pm
USA Today. Appeals court nixes Indiana, Wisconsin gay marriage bans.
2:52pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin's ban on gay marriage violates U.S. Constitution, federal appeals court rules.
2:27pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Court throws out Wisconsin's and Indiana's gay marriage bans

Legislative

3:42pm
Rep. Shankland. Obama administration grants special enrollment period in Marketplace for 38,000 uninsured Wisconsinites.
3:31pm
Sen. Schultz, Rep. Wright. To hold public forums in Rhinelander & Rice Lake.
2:31pm
Sen. Carpenter. As the new school year begins how do we grade ourselves.
1:47pm
Rep. Kerkman. Column: Kenosha casino: Reading tells, calling bluffs and winning the jackpot.
1:33pm
Sen. Lassa. Hails decision in Richfield Dairy case.
1:04pm
Sens. Shilling, Wirch, Hansen. What happened to Wisconsin's budget surplus?
9:55am
Rep. Billings. Column: We can do better for our kids.
9:51am
Rep. Jorgensen. Journal: We need higher ed, lower debt.
9:16am
Sen. Harris. Weekly Democratic Radio Address.

5:17am
Milwaukee Business Journal. GOP leader Robin Vos softens opposition to public funding for Bucks arena.

State Agencies

4:13pm
DNR. Outdoor Report.
2:33pm
DWD. Central Wisconsin Career Expo update: 50 employers registered, nearly 575 jobs available; employer registration deadline Friday.
2:30pm
DOJ. New Berlin resident Brian T. Jennings bound over for trial and arraigned on six counts of fraudulent writings in mortgage rescue scam.
2:05pm
OCI. Continuing your education? Be smart. Check your insurance.
1:49pm
DHS. State agency stands up to prevent falls.
10:11am
DATCP. Video series outlines new Implements of Husbandry law.
10:08am
DPI Supt. Evers. Names 173 Wisconsin Title I Schools of Recognition.

Economy/Business

1:34pm
MobCraft Beer. Statement on crowdfunding status.
10:32am
Boardman & Clark. Employment law update, September 2014.
5:31am
Independent Business Association of Wisconsin. Wisconsin business climate vastly improved with Walker.

1:49pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mine company may limit project to Iron County.

Statewide

3:14pm
Pro-Life Wisconsin. Encouraged by abortion decline, presses on in fight for personhood.
2:48pm
American Federation for Children. Wisconsin's voters show strong support for school choice.
2:01pm
Wisconsin Dental Association. Expanded health coverage spurs dental visit increase for college-age adults.
1:09pm
One Wisconsin Now. Wisconsin fast food workers rally for higher wages, better workplace conditions.
10:10am
MacIver Insititute. Big labor bosses wrong again on minimum wage hike.
10:09am
Clean Wisconsin. Poll: Wisconsin voters show overwhelming support for clean energy.

2:10pm
Fond du Lac Reporter. Study: 30% of Wisconsinites obese.
5:21am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Group trying to bring online ease to traditional voting in Wisconsin.
5:19am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Silver Alert program designed to find at-risk seniors.
5:14am
Chippewa Herald. Municipal spending down 3 percent after Act 10, state budget cuts.

Courts

4:37pm
Clean Wisconsin. Court: DNR must examine bigger picture to halt over-pumping.

9:45am
The Hill. Appeals court vacates ruling that struck down Obamacare subsidies.
5:07am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Court denies additional sand mine hearings.

Education

2:40pm
MPS. 15 schools honored by the state for 'Beating the Odds.'
2:39pm
DPI, Herb Kohl Educational Foundation. Cameron educator named Wisconsin High School Teacher of the Year.
1:07pm
UW-Eau Claire. Materials Science Center to add new high-tech microscope to its instrumentation array.
1:07pm
UW-River Falls. Mathematics partnership project begins third year.
11:16am
Marquette University. Holocaust scholar Berenbaum goes "On the Issues" at Marquette Law School.
9:56am
UW-System. UW-Oshkosh chancellor finalists named.

Local

4:39pm
Milwaukee Alds. Perez, Donovan. Again, the justice system fails Milwaukee.
5:26am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Two grizzly bear sisters to come to Dane County as the first new residents for the future Arctic Passage exhibit.

2:08pm
Chippewa Herald. Wheel tax debate offers no easy answer.
5:41am
WBAY. Appleton passes wheel tax.
5:08am
Marshfield News Herald. Political luminaries help christen Obey Resource Center.

Congress

11:14am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Calls for Senate action on student loan debt crisis and announces new legislation to address higher education affordability.
9:15am
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Stands with SEIU & striking fast food workers calling for a raise in the minimum wage.

2:46pm
The Hill. Pocan calls for minimum wage increase in light of protests.
5:15am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Pocan introduces bill to help young scientific researchers.
5:06am
Wausau Daily Herald. Baldwin, Duffy react to Paul Ryan's ISIS comments.

Federal Agencies

2:18pm
Community Advocates. CMS approves special enrollment period for the 38,000 adults transitioned off BadgerCare.
2:15pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Praises fed decision to grant special enrollment period for 38,000 Wisconsinites forced into coverage gap.
1:37pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Applauds Obama administration action on special enrollment period for 38,000 Wisconsinites dropped from BadgerCare under Governor Walker's plan.
1:37pm
CMS. Health insurance Marketplace offers new special enrollment period for previous BadgerCare enrollees.

5:23am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Federal board will hold hearing about rail transportation problems.
4:59am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Budget crunch postpones National Guard drill weekend.

Politics

4:08pm
Kurtz for Congress. Statement on the state of U.S. foreign policy.
3:48pm
Walker for Governor. Visits Biron Business Park.
1:38pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Unveils initiative to combat human trafficking.
1:14pm
Walker for Governor. Visits Manowske Welding Corporation in Fond du Lac.
1:05pm
RPW. Mary Burke still hasn't denounced inflammatory remarks.
10:33am
DPW. "Out of touch": Scott Walker's long crusade against birth control.
9:51am
Vukmir for State Senate. DNC Chair's comments an insult to women.
9:14am
Walker for Governor. Releases new TV ad: "Creating Jobs."
5:27am
RGA. Statement on Debbie Wasserman Schultz's shameful comments in Wisconsin.

2:58pm
Wisconsin State Journal. DNC Chairwoman regrets incendiary comments as Republicans seek apology.
2:41pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Debbie Wasserman Schultz apologizes for Scott Walker remarks.
2:07pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Attorney general hopeful unveils trafficking plan.
5:41am
WEAU. Congressional candidate Tony Kurtz visits Eau Claire Chamber.
5:11am
Stevens Point Journal. Walker questions Burke's record on school board. Wisconsin State Journal.
5:04am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Susan Happ and conflict of interest.
5:00am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Kleefisch rips Democrats for remarks on female abuse.

Wednesday September 3, 2014

Governor

5:12am
Stevens Point Journal. Walker says 'right to work' not on agenda.

Legislative

4:59pm
Sen. Lehman. Statement on potential voucher expansion.
4:27pm
LFB. Memo regarding revenue shortfall.
4:19pm
Rep. Barca. Statement on voucher schools.
3:24pm
Rep. Pope. Statement regarding Gov. Walker backing the lifting of voucher caps.

State Agencies

11:46am
Wisconsin Children's Trust Fund. Goodwin named Executive Director.
11:08am
DOJ. Former Verona man sentenced for heroin delivery.
11:08am
Railroad Commissioner Plale. Be safe near trains and tracks.
8:35am
DVA Sec. Scocos. Announces grant application period open to nonprofit organizations that serve veterans, families.
5:31am
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Calls on DNR Sec. Stepp to reject Smart Sand Green Tier application.

1:40pm
La Crosse Tribune. PSC sets hearing dates for electric rate hike requests.
11:27am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin corrections officials stall plan to expand 12-hour prison shifts.
5:06am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Attendance rises at Wisconsin historical sites.

Economy/Business

5:23am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Reported Home Depot data breach could exceed Target hack.
4:47am
Bloomberg. Home Depot's suspected breach adds security pressure.

Statewide

1:26pm
Wisconsin Right to Life. Applauds a 7% Wisconsin abortion decrease.
12:31pm
Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. Municipal spending declines.

1:26pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin residents got fewer abortions in 2013.
5:25am
USA Today. Polar vortex visits to U.S. linked to climate change.
5:06am
WBAY. Wisconsin propane industry leader "I don't anticipate a repeat of last year."
4:41am
Duluth News Tribune. Upper Great Lakes continue to rise.

Courts

4:07pm
Wisconsin Funeral Directors Association. Cemeteries seek court action after failing to pass legislation.
2:39pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Challenges state law banning shared ownership of cemeteries and funeral homes.
1:23pm
One Wisconsin Now. Bradley Foundation's WILL: Counsel for Walker's defense.
8:42am
District II Court of Appeals. State v. Kim B. Simmelink.
8:41am
District III Court of Appeals. Judith Haase-Hardie v. DNR.

Education

9:51am
MPS. 'Rings in' traditional calendar year at one of the district's 14 Commitment Schools.
9:35am
American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, YMCA. New school year, new chance for daily physical education.
5:28am
MacIver Institute. Study: Milwaukee teachers have highest salary amongst major metro areas. Report.

5:26am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. UW System wins OK for federal financial aid in flexible degree program.

Local

9:04am
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele, Milwaukee Mayor Barrett. Great plan gets even better!

Congress

1:24pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Introduces Next Generation Research Act.
9:25am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Announces staff mobile office hours.

5:00am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Baldwin wants special enrollment period on exchange for those who lost BadgerCare.
4:59am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Paul Ryan opposes minimum wage hike, says it would nix jobs.
4:43am
NBC 15. Ryan: Purported beheading reflects Obama weakness.
4:42am
NBC 15. Johnson: Beheading video calls for intervention.

Politics

3:51pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Blasts feds for letting criminals roam free in Wisconsin.
1:27pm
RPW. Mary Burke doesn't stand with taxpayers.
11:48am
Walker for Governor. 1 of 424: Mary Burke is all alone on Act 10.
11:28am
DPW. Scott Walker limits health care access, endangers Wisconsin women.
11:07am
American Majority Action. Opens Liberty Headquarters in Sheboygan County for fall elections.
9:49am
Schimel for Attorney General. Two more Democratic sheriffs endorse.
5:34am
Libertarian Party of Wisconsin. Wisconsin's budget mess must end.
5:33am
Zuelke for State Treasurer. Wants to restore the office of Treasurer to it's proper role.
5:32am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Mary Burke informs CC/WI of her support for non-partisan redistricting reform.
5:30am
Schimel for Attorney General. Law enforcement community continues to line up to support.

2:48pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz's rips Walker on women's issues.
1:41pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker says he'd back lifting voucher caps, hits Mary Burke on education.
1:35pm
WEAU. Walker: No number in mind for voucher expansion.
5:22am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Democratic candidates vow fight for minimum wage hike.
5:10am
Capital Times. Scott Krug now telling state to deny permits for confined animal feeding operations in his district.
5:05am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Ryan says he'll debate his Democratic challenger.
5:04am
Chippewa Herald. Printer problem leads to more recount drama in Senate District 17 primary.
5:03am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Burke says she'd provide $25M in budget for Confluence Project.
5:01am
La Crosse Tribune. Group: Happ went easy on alleged child molester.

Tuesday September 2, 2014

Governor

1:49pm
Gov. Walker. Forte Research Systems to accelerate its growth.
10:47am
Gov. Walker. Participates in first day of school bell ringing.

Legislative

2:48pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: Revenue figures reveal Wisconsin's economic doldrums.
1:34pm
Rep. Jorgensen. Invites public to listening session in Whitewater.
1:33pm
Rep. Bernard Schaber. Announces September office hours on the bus.
12:16pm
Rep. Sargent. Honors teachers, students on the First Day of school.
11:19am
Reps. Johnson and Goyke, and Sen. Harris-Dodd. Milwaukee legislators pledge further efforts to combat sex trafficking.

State Agencies

3:34pm
DWD. Announces additional steps to enhance UI program integrity.
2:46pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Nearly $1.9 million for community projects.
12:02pm
Attorney General Van Hollen. Announces registration is open for upcoming 2014 Public Records and Open Meetings Laws seminars.
11:20am
DWD. Gov. Walker proclaims September as Workforce Development Month.
8:48am
DATCP. Keep Your Kids Safe newsletter - Sept. 2014.
8:47am
DVA Sec. Scocos. Column: V-J Day.

4:35am
Daily Reporter. DNR: Pipeline work could kill rare species.

Economy/Business

5:53am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Despite cuts elsewhere, Quad/Graphics stays on Wisconsin hiring binge.

Statewide

2:28pm
Wisconsin Wins With Natural Gas Vehicles. New Wisconsin coalition formed to support more natural gas vehicles and stations, help fuel economy-create jobs.
12:10pm
Center on Wisconsin Strategy. State of Working Wisconsin.
12:00pm
Wisconsin Farmer's Union. Welcomes new communications director.

5:02am
USA Today. Eating habits improve a bit, except among poor.
4:39am
Wisconsin Public Radio. New study gives new ammunition in debate about legalizing medical marijuana.
4:36am
Stevens Point Journal. Wisconsin apple growers optimistic about 2014.

Courts

12:12pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Files proposed Amicus brief in 7th Circuit appeal on behalf of former FEC Chair; asks court to affirm injunction against John Doe investigation.
12:08pm
Supreme Court. October 2014 oral argument schedule.

4:37am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mining company, allies spent freely to get bill approved.

Education

1:24pm
UW Colleges, UW-Extension. UW Flexible Option degree program receives federal approval for student financial aid.
1:06pm
UW System. Receives approval to award federal financial aid for a competency-based UW Flexible Option program.

5:30am
Wisconsin Public Radio. As another school year starts, new teacher evaluations, standardized tests begin.
4:30am
Wausau Daily Herald. Common Core takes center stage in new school year.
4:29am
Appleton Post Crescent. Fox Cities schools vary in approach to Common Core.

Local

11:56am
Madison Mayor Soglin. 2015 Executive Capital Budget.
10:46am
Milwaukee County Sup. Jursik. Criticizes outer suburbs rejection of the Regional Housing Plan created by SEWRPC.
9:49am
Milwaukee Common Council President Murphy. Tom Nardelli 'tireless advocate' for constituents, city.
8:49am
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Issues statement on passing of Tom Nardelli.

4:11pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Sale of O'Donnell Park would benefit taxpayers and the park.
5:09am
Racine Journal Times. Police seeking software for monitoring social media.
4:40am
Ashland Daily Press. Red Cliff officials vow to pursue sunken barrel issue.

Congress

3:01pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Urges special enrollment period for 38,000 Wisconsinites forced into coverage gap.
2:29pm
Community Advocates. Statement in support of Senator Baldwin's request for a special enrollment period for 38,000 adults transitioned off BadgerCare.
12:14pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Calls for special enrollment period for 38,000 Wisconsinites dropped from BadgerCare under Gov. Walker's plan. Letter.

4:33am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Obama promoting economic gains. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. USA Today.

Politics

2:26pm
RPW. AG candidate ripped for favorable plea deal in child sexual assault case.
1:04pm
DPW. "Out of Touch": Scott Walker's problem with women voters.
11:58am
Walker for Governor. WI Schools are improving and offering more opportunities under Gov. Scott Walker.
10:48am
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Walker reacts to falling poll numbers by accusing media of 'bias', 'incompetence,' 'being lazy.'
9:50am
DPW. Double dose of bad economic news for Scott Walker.
6:17am
Kurtz for Congress. Delivers radio address, honors Wisconsin workers.
6:16am
Walker for Governor. 12 seconds of silence: Mary Burke drew a blank when asked where she disagreed with President Obama.
6:15am
RPW. Statement on President Obama's visit to Milwaukee.

1:38pm
WISC. Burke campaign sees hundreds of thousands in union donation dollars.
12:50pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker says he won't make another jobs promise.
5:06am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Democrat Mark Harris faces uphill battle against GOP's Glenn Grothman.
4:38am
Chippewa Herald. Governor's race intensifies as campaign enters final stretch.
4:34am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Was Grothman's victory bad news for GOP?
4:31am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Walker skirts touchy casino decision.

 

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