Friday March 24, 2017 - Updated 6:23am

Governor

4:57am
Fox 11. Walker declares Badger Red Day, places wager with Florida governor.

Budget

4:58am
Wisconsin State Journal. Fiscal bureau: Scott Walker's budget leaves $1.1 billion hole starting in 2019.
4:54am
Racine Journal Times. Rebecca Blank: Money for UW tuition cut better spent on targeted aid.

Legislative

6:23am
Racine Journal Times. Dover couple's court battle prompts legislation on assessments.
5:30am
Fox 11. Fox 11 Investigates: Lawmaker creates plan to redevelop Green Bay Correctional Institution.
5:18am
Sun Prairie Star. Hebl reintroduces fair courts package.
4:51am
Wisconsin State Journal. Critics say GOP skipping debate on bill deregulating wells linked to shrinking lakes.
4:42am
Fox 6. Tearful testimony: Mother whose son was killed by drunk driver pushed for harsher OWI laws.

State Agencies

5:47am
Barron County Democrats. Ethics complaint fiiled against Justice Gableman regarding partisan fundraiser. Complaint.
5:44am
DNR. Outdoor Report.

Economy/Business

4:56am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gummy bear giant Haribo to build first North American plant in Pleasant Prairie with 400 jobs.
4:55am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Private sector job growth strong in Wisconsin to start 2017.

Statewide

4:45am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin's slow population growth continued in 2016, census data shows.

Local

4:49am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Nengmy Vang, 45, ID'd as suspect in shooting spree.
4:46am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Police: Wisconsin rampage began with domestic dispute.

Congress

5:28am
Cap Times. Dane County could lose millions if federal grant program is cut, Joe Parisi estimates.
5:16am
The Hill. Trump delivers ultimatum to GOP on ObamaCare repeal.
5:15am
Reuters. Trump preparing orders to review trade deals, procurement: officials.
4:53am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin Hospital Association critical of health care bill.
4:48am
Daily Reporter. AP sources: U.S. to approve Keystone XL pipeline.
4:46am
Janesville Gazette. White House, in gamble, demands make-or-break health vote.
4:44am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Kohl's CEO: Border adjustment tax will have 'massive impact' on customers.
4:43am
WEAU. Duffy: "50-50 shot" GOP health care plan passes.

Politics

5:43am
Constutition Party of Wisconsin. The case for restricting Muslim immigration.

Thursday March 23, 2017

Governor

3:35pm
Sen. Wanggaard. HARIBO building first North American plant in Pleasant Prairie.
1:19pm
DPW. A brief history of Gov. Scott Walker's record on job creation.
1:17pm
One Wisconsin Now. Statements on Gov. Scott Walker's economic announcement.
12:42pm
Gov. Walker. German candy-maker HARIBO selects Wisconsin for first North American manufacturing facility.
12:39pm
PR Newswire. HARIBO Group plans to build manufacturing facility in Wisconsin.

1:38pm
Wisconsin State Journal. German gummy bear maker building first North American factory in Wisconsin.

Budget

4:29pm
LFB. 2017-19 and 2019-21 general fund budget.
2:13pm
Rep. Crowley. Milwaukee caucus letter to JFC on shared revenue. Letter.
9:42am
Rep. Sinicki. Walker budget continues dive to the bottom on job protections.

2:18pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin discrimination claims would be harder to pursue under Gov. Scott Walker's budget.
4:38am
Ripon Commonweath Press. State budget proposal aims to fill jobs gap.

Legislative

4:57pm
Rep Kremer. Announces spring listening sessions.
4:18pm
Rep. Rob Brooks. To accompany Congressman Sensenbrenner at district listening session.
3:36pm
Rep. Novak, Sen. Marklein. Bill to make cheese Wisconsin's state dairy product passes committee.
2:39pm
Sens. Bewley, Erpenbach; Reps. Hintz, Pope. Voucher lobbyists respond to shortchanging public students.
2:14pm
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Balanced budget amendment and constitutional convention: two dangerous propositions.
1:40pm
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Are waters in Wisconsin meeting water quality standards?
1:24pm
Rep. Petryk. Positive reforms will bring broadband opportunities to rural Wisconsin.
12:45pm
Rep. Riemer, Sen. Erpenbach. Republican health care plan puts Wisconsin at risk.
11:25am
Rep. Anderson. We must protect Medicaid for Wisconsin famiilies.
10:17am
Sen. Shilling. Weekly Democratic radio address: Protect Access to Health Care.

2:41pm
Janesville Gazette. Wisconsin Democrat: People 'terrified' of health care bill.
11:22am
Cap Times. Wisconsin families seek better access to substance abuse treatment with 'no wrong door' bill.
9:47am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin lawmakers say cheese deserves more recognition.
4:35am
Wisconsin State Journal. GOP lawmakers propose raising retirement age, altering pensions for new public employees.
4:23am
WQOW. Lawmakers go back to drawing board to deter Wisconsin school shooting threats.
4:22am
WFRV. State lawmakers to introduce bill that requires presidential candidates to show tax returns.
4:21am
WKOW. New bipartisan bill would expand medical capabilities of EMT's to perform at home medical care and create a statewide standard for training.
4:20am
NBC 15. Lawmakers and recovering addicts push for more sober living homes in Wisconsin.
4:12am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Bills would increase penalties for drunk driving offenses.
4:08am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Objections collect against 'dark store' cases.
4:07am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Manitowoc County condemns 'dark store' loophole.

State Agencies

3:53pm
DWD Sec. Allen. Announces new Project SEARCH site at General Mitchell International Airport.
3:43pm
DOT. Public review period for Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Foundation specialty plate open until April 23, 2017.
2:39pm
DNR. Strong partnerships shine in third year of elk translocation efforts.
2:11pm
DATCP. Milk Marketing Board nomination period closes April 1.
11:34am
DOT. Governor Walker approves nearly $285,000 in County Forest Road Aids.
11:14am
DATCP. Nomination period open for Organic Advisory Council.
10:23am
Ready Wisconsin. Wisconsin's Tornado & Severe Weather Awareness Week. 
10:04am
DSPS. Meetings, week of March 27.
9:05am
Wisconsin Lottery. $155.2 million Powerball ticket sold in Wisconsin.

4:40am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Campaign to close Wisconsin youth prison launches.
4:11am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Panel votes to purge cases from state online court database.

Economy/Business

3:37pm
Rep. Nygren. Wisconsin's unemployment lowest since 2000.
1:43pm
WMC. Pro-business & pro-growth policies lead to Wisconsin comeback.
12:44pm
DWD. BLS data: State unemployment rate declines to 3.7%, lowest since November 2000.
11:06am
Wisconsin Technology Council. 'The Crucible': How to (and not to) pitch to investors is April 13 Innovation Network-Northeast topic.

4:10am
USA Today. Payless reportedly eyes bankruptcy filing, up to 500 store closings. 
4:09am
USA Today. Sears and Kmart might not have enough money to stock their shelves.

Statewide

4:17pm
DOJ. Update: Wausau shootings.
3:40pm
Marathon County Bar Association, State Bar of Wisconsin. Statement regarding the tragic shootings in Marathon County and the death of Attorney Sara Quirt-Sann.
1:44pm
HealthWatch Wisconsin. Conference convenes in Madison.
1:14pm
Legal Action of Wisconsin. And BBB partnering to improve access to justice.
9:56am
Gov. Walker. Issues statement on tragedy near Wausau.
9:45am
Sen. Wanggaard. Statement on shootings in Wausau area.
9:03am
Rep. Snyder. Offers condolences to victims and loved ones involved in Rothschild shooting.
9:01am
AG Schimel. Statement on tragedy that resulted in four deaths.

9:02am
Wausau Daily Herald. Everest Metro officer, 3 others dead in shooting.

Courts

1:42pm
Survival Coalition. Encouraged by Supreme Court decision supporting expectation for schools to provide meaningful instruction.
9:18am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Adam Walsh.

Education

1:23pm
Wisconsin Small Business Development Center. At UW-Eau Claire honored by Small Business Administration.
1:21pm
UW-Madison. Health care is for the police dogs of Wisconsin, too.
1:20pm
UW-Stout. University to guarantee admission to CVTC liberal arts transfers.
10:54am
UW-Stout. Alumnus enjoying Facebook design work, company culture.
10:14am
One Wisconsin Now. State payments per pupil for private school vouchers set to exceed public schools.
10:13am
Marquette University. To unveil new innovation space on campus.
9:26am
UW-Stevens Point. Educational sustainability doctorate offered.

4:13am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Average student in Wisconsin graduates nearly $30K in debt.
4:06am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Local school referendums reflect state trend.

Local

2:59pm
Statement on the tragic death of city inspector for the Milwaukee Department of Neighborhood Services.
11:54am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Comments on homicide of city worker.
11:17am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Announces partnerships to improve University Avenue, other busy local roads.
10:53am
State Treasurer Adamczyk. 450,000 car owners paying for just four county employees.
10:09am
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. A dedicated city worker we will miss.
9:43am
Milwaukee County Board Chairman Lipscomb. Supervisors to consider measure to prevent hidden pension reports.
9:25am
Milwaukee Ald. Perez. The City of Milwaukee mourns a dedicated civil servant.
9:23am
Milwaukee Ald. Stamper. City worker's death saddens, shocks.
5:34am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Milwaukee makes the list for losing federal funding due to Sanctuary City status.

2:45pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee County Board approves study of switching troubled pension plan to state.
2:17pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. La Crosse business groups oppose sales tax increase for roads.
4:18am
WTMJ. Milwaukee Department of Neighborhood Services employee shot, killed in his car near 23rd & Cherry.

Congress

3:54pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. And advocates: Community stands to lose millions in President Trump's budget.
2:21pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. As critical House vote nears, GOP pushes substandard health coverage that legalizes new pre-existing condition discrimination.
1:37pm
RPW. In her own words: Senator Baldwin vs. Senator Baldwin on the Supreme Court vacancy.
1:15pm
Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin. Issues letter to Speaker Paul Ryan.
11:58am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Trumpcare makes it harder to fight opioid epidemic.
11:53am
RPW. ICYMI: Speaker Paul Ryan calls out Senator Tammy Baldwin for not supporting hardworking Wisconsinites.
10:47am
One Wisconsin Now. To Paul Ryan: Stick to renaming post offices, leave our health care alone.
9:24am
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Column: The American Health Care Act is a positive step forward for health care.
5:35am
DPW. House Republicans aim to take away health care from their own constituents.

2:43pm
The Hill. House GOP postpones ObamaCare repeal vote.
4:59am
Bloomberg. Trump discusses changes to health bill to win over conservatives.
4:37am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. U.S. Rep. Ryan of Wisconsin has a lot riding on House health plan vote.
4:24am
Fox 11. Brown County Homebound Meals program keeping an eye on federal budget.
4:14am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Gallagher unsure of vote on healthcare repeal.
4:08am
Cap Times. Obamacare or ACA? Support for health care law in Wisconsin depends on what you call it.

Politics

5:38am
Wisconsin Public Education Network. Wisconsin education advocates respond to poll results.

4:39am
Cap Times. Tammy Baldwin heads into re-election bid with 40 percent favorability rating.
4:36am
Cap Times. Milwaukee lawmaker calls superintendent challenger Lowell Holtz' crime comments 'ridiculous.'
4:19am
WAOW. Majority of Wisconsin voters want to keep health care law.

Local Politics

3:48pm
Wales for Milwaukee County Circuit Court. Two key judicial endorsements demonstrate growing strength.
5:41am
Smith for Fitchburg Alder. Wisconsin Alliance for Retired Americans endorses.

Wednesday March 22, 2017

Governor

5:25am
Beloit Daily News. Walker helps Beloit company celebrate plant.

Budget

1:24pm
Joint Finance Committee Democrats. Letter to Joint Finance Co-Chairs regarding procedures. 

4:48am
Portage Daily Register. Kleefisch: Proposed $76B budget 'investment in state's future.'

Legislative

4:10pm
Rep. Wachs. Bring transparency to voucher school spending.
3:51pm
Rep. Rob Brooks. Bill reaffirming rights iintroduced.
2:26pm
Rep. Sargent. Sober housing legislation helps address addiction epidemic.
2:08pm
Sen. Taylor. Wisconsin Democrats stand united against ACA repeal.
11:27am
Sen. Stroebel. Calls on Milwaukee Public Schools to serve students equally.
10:58am
Sen. Larson; Reps. Stuck, Brostoff. Announce reintroduction of Save Our Water Act.
10:22am
Sen. Hansen, Rep. Crowley. Introduce legislation requiring presidential candidates to provide copies of thier tax returns.
9:43am
Rep. Snyder. Wausau Hmong American Center receives multicultural grant.
9:38am
Rep. Nygren. Calls out Democrats' misleading claims. LFB Memo.
9:36am
Sen. Carpenter. Congressional delegation: Stop return of donut hole. Letter to Congressional Delegation.
5:36am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. GOP legislative leaders spending taxpayer funds for unconstitutional, rigged voter maps in secret?

4:52am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Lawmakers target welfare fraud in Wisconsin.
4:42am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Act 10, voucher schools on residents' minds at Brookfield town hall.
4:41am
Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune. Sex offender placements lead to legislation.
4:35am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Bill would make using, possessing credit card skimmers a felony.

State Agencies

3:53pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Approves $6.4 million for community projects.
1:39pm
DOR Sec. Chandler. Expanded Earned Income Tax Credit will encourage work.

4:47am
Cap Times. Ethics complaint filed against Wisconsin Progress, Assembly Democratic Campaign Committee.
4:44am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. In-custody death reported at state prison facility in Milwaukee.

Economy/Business

11:23am
Wisconsin Technology Council. Monday's Tech Summit to open with panel on 'speed date' expectations for companies.
8:24am
Wisconsin Small Business Development Center. Veterans, family members can earn up to $500 for entrepreneurship training.

4:38am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Mills Fleet Farm to open $64.8M distribution center in Chippewa Falls.

Statewide

1:42pm
Sierra Club John Muir Chapter. Community members remind us World Water Day starts at home.
10:57am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Parties, legislative fundraising committees accept $1.3M in corporate contributions.

12:56pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Corporations gave $1.3M to parties, legislative committees.

Courts

11:47am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Sues Milwaukee Public School District for its discriminatory transportation policies.

4:27am
WISN. Private Catholic high school sues to get MPS to pay for student busing.

Education

3:55pm
UW-Madison. A literary storm is brewing across Wisconsin.
2:10pm
UW-Madison. Shrine for 'sneakerheads': e-business group helps Foot Locker move the shoes.
1:42pm
UW-Stout. Professors' marketing textbook sticks to the main points.
12:23pm
UW-Stout. Game design programs move up to 15th in national rankings.
5:11am
UW-Stevens Point. March 22 event honors Albertson legacy.

4:51am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Tensions rise as vouchers pick up traction across Wisconsin.
4:50am
Sheboygan Press. Lakeland University, LTC address shortfall in tech ed teachers.

Local

12:54pm
Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin. Milwaukee stands with Planned Parenthood.
11:42am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Lincoln County backs nonpartisan map drawing.
10:26am
100+ Women Who Care Madison. Endowment brings change for local child health and therapy programs.
9:49am
Citizens for Responsible Zoning and Landowner Rights. NOAA refuses public debate over Lake Michigan sanctuary.
9:46am
City of Madison. Making your home safe from poisoning.

4:49am
WUWM. Great Lakes mayors lay out concerns about Waukesha water diversion plan.
4:26am
WISN. Milwaukee County fentanyl deaths up 223 percent in one year, medical examiner says.

Congress

3:56pm
U.S. Reps. Sensenbrenner, Waters. Reintroduce the Private Property Rights Protection Act.
1:40pm
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Murray, Gillibrand. Introduce legislation to increase availability of preventive, live-saving cancer screenings for women.
12:22pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Statement at markup of the Adam Walsh Reauthorization Act.
10:15am
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Capito. Champion bipartisan reform to improve palliative and hospice care.
9:48am
DPW. Rep. Glenn Grothman fights to make Trumpcare worse and stifle Wisconsin's economy in the process.

1:21pm
Cap Times. Mark Pocan: America needs a Trojan for the GOP's 'Trojan horse' health care bill.
12:55pm
Cap Times. How Wisconsin members of Congress plan to vote on the Obamacare replacement bill.
4:53am
Daily Cardinal. Pocan introduces bipartisan student loan refinancing bill.
4:46am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Impact of proposed health care act unknown in Wisconsin.
4:41am
Wausau Daily Herald. 50 rally at Duffy's office against GOP health care bill.
4:40am
Beloit Daily News. Officials say budget could curtail local nonprofit work.
4:39am
Janesville Gazette. Ryan's legacy as speaker on line with health care vote.
4:36am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Report: ACA repeal would drive up costs for Wisconsin seniors.
4:35am
La Crosse Tribune. Ryan's Obamacare replacement could boost some La Crosse rates 855 percent.
4:31am
Reuters. Trump's high court pick vows independence, says he is no 'rubber stamp.'
4:30am
WQOW. Proposed cut in Trump's budget could mean end of airline service at Chippewa Valley Regional Airport.
4:29am
WISC. Potential after-school program cuts could have big impact on rural schools.
4:28am
WKOW. Trump budget proposal would hit community centers hard.
4:25am
WTMJ. Wisconsin lawmakers expected to vote along party lines on Obamacare replacement.

Politics

3:11pm
Wauwatosa S.O.S. Statement re: Marquette Poll on K-12 funding support.
1:37pm
Marquette Law School Poll. New poll finds Trump approval rating at 41 percent in Wisconsin; concerns about health care changes.

2:42pm
Wisconsin State Journal. As Scott Walker eyes a possible third term, his job approval hovers at 45 percent.
2:00pm
Daily Reporter. Poll find no consensus on Wisconsin roads money.
1:58pm
Janesville Gazette. Walker approval rating at 45 percent in new poll.
12:49pm
Beloit Daily News. Poll shows Trump approval rating at 41 percent in Wisconsin.
9:55am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Former Sen. Feingold launches new advocacy group.
4:45am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin had second-worst presidential election turnout decline since 2012.
4:40am
Janesville Gazette. More emails show Holtz discussing campaign at school.

Local Politics

11:24am
Townsend for Dane County Judge. Releases first TV ad highlighting a choice for Dane County voters.

Tuesday March 21, 2017

Governor

5:28am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker calls for Congress to act on Paul Ryan's Obamacare replacement plan.
4:57am
WEAU. Walker says wiretap, Russian collusion review needed.
4:56am
WISC. Walker says he'll lobby to keep community grant funding in federal budget.
4:51am
Cap Times. Scott Walker, WDVA award $400,000 in grants for veterans entrepreneur efforts.

Budget

2:02pm
Gov. Walker. Discusses historic K-12 education investments at Reedsburg Area High School.

4:52am
Wisconsin State Journal. Tax credit loophole cost state $27 million over past four years.
4:49am
WKBT. State representative hosts transportation discussion in Onalaska.

Legislative

4:14pm
Rep. Hebl. Column: Good government is open and transparent.
4:06pm
Rep. Horlacher. Announcing additional budget listening sessions.
3:29pm
Rep. Rob Brooks. To hold budget listening sessions.
2:03pm
Rep. Subeck. Affordable Care Act repeal would have devastating consequences in Wisconsin.
2:01pm
Rep. Pope. Pro-voucher groups distort truth about school funding.
1:57pm
Rep. Zimmerman. To hold in-district listening session, April 5th.
1:43pm
State Senate Democratic Committee. Moulton and Petrowski fail rural families. 
12:16pm
Sen. Shilling. Lawmakers fear Wisconsin impact of ACA repeal. Letter to Congressional Delegation.
11:44am
Reps. Gannon, Fields, Steffen, Snyder. (Updated) Assembly Committee on Urban Revitalization announces public hearings in Green Bay and Wausau.
10:09am
Rep. Kremer. Column: Maintaining relevancy for all vets; the American Legion legacy.

4:49am
WBAY. Lawmakers reintroducing food stamp fraud bill.
4:46am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Ott drunk driving bills up for hearing.

State Agencies

4:03pm
Downsville Lodge NO 196 I.O.O.F. WHS. Listed in National Register of Historic Places:  Marathon Shoe Company. Nashotah House Theological Seminary. North 47th Street Bungalow Historic District. Peacock Inn. S&R Cheese Company. Washington Elementary School.
3:28pm
DNR. Weekly news.
2:49pm
Wisconsin Historical Society. Alaska shipwreck in Manitowoc County listed in National Register of Historic Places.
10:46am
DOT. Need an ID to vote?

2:26pm
Beloit Daily News. Tribe questions state review of Ho-Chunk expansion.
4:55am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin seeks to support, improve emergency communications network.

Economy/Business

9:55am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. State milk production up in February...sort of.
4:53am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin home sales slip in February.
4:42am
Racine Journal Times. Layoffs at company that received state loan.

Environment/Outdoors

4:43am
Beloit Daily News. Test results show 7 percent of tested deer infected with CWD.

Courts

8:30am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Scott Smith v. Greg Kleynerman.

4:53am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Supreme Court seems divided in property rights dispute centered on Wisconsin cottage.

Education

2:29pm
UW-Madison. Yellow fever killing thousands of monkeys in Brazil.
10:36am
DPI. Evers announces redesigned Business Friends of Education program.
10:19am
NEWaukee. And Concordia University partner to expand professional development opportunities across Wisconsin.

4:54am
La Crosse Tribune. UW-L chancellor: Fired dispatcher wants $250,000 settlement.
4:45am
La Crosse Tribune. A dozen UW-La Crosse employees made more than $135,000 in 2016.

Local

3:30pm
Port of Green Bay. First ship springs 2017 shipping season into action.
2:21pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. (Updated) Madison part of Cities' Immigration Day of Action.
11:10am
RePower Madison. Madison to vote on 100% renewable energy goal.
10:07am
IBEW Local 494. Job fair for electrial or data work on Thursday, April 13, 2017.

2:27pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Challenge to Waukesha diversion plan debated at Chicago hearing.
10:31am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee County voters on April 4 to weigh in on $60 wheel tax.
4:47am
Milwaukee Biz Times. City alderman wants to extend deadline for streetcar operator RFP.
4:45am
Wisconsin Public Radio. La Crosse County worries about consequences after rejecting cell tower permit.
4:39am
Sheboygan Press. Council overwhelmingly defeats immigration measure.

Congress

4:29pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Meets with Mexican Ambassador to United States.
2:18pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. ICYMI: Senator Baldwin continues dishonest defense of the status quo on healthcare reform.
2:00pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Research shows massive increase in health premiums in Wisconsin cities under House GOP replacement bill.
1:59pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Calls for continuation of essential air service program to Chippewa Valley Regional Airport.
1:56pm
One Wisconsin Now. Rep. Glenn Grothman amendment ends health care for young people.
1:41pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. And Democratic senators call Trumpcare disastrous for battle against opioid crisis.

2:55pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Violence against women advocates: Donald Trump budget could ax funding for victims.
2:16pm
Fox 11. Wisconsin leaders still grappling with effect of health bill.
11:58am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson skeptical House GOP health care bill can pass in 2017.
11:19am
Wisconsin State Journal. Report: Wisconsin's older adults would pay thousands more under Republican health plan.
11:16am
Wausau Daily Herald. Republican plan: Lower premiums for some, but less coverage.
5:15am
 The Hill. GOP leaders unveil changes to healthcare bill.
4:50am
CBS 58. "I just think it's incredibly wrong:" Meals on Wheels react to proposed budget cuts.
4:48am
WKBT. City officials worried over Trump's budget.
4:48am
WQOW. Consumer advocacy group against Trump administration changes to defaulted student loan collection.
4:44am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Trump expedites visas for family of Syrian in Wisconsin.

Politics

4:05pm
Marquette University. Superintendent of public instruction candidates to debate.
11:28am
DPW. Just call her 'D.C. Leah.'
11:03am
DPW. AS FBI confirms Russia investigation, will potential Republican Senate candidates keep party first?
10:38am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. What's up with Wisconsin Progress and the ADCC?

6:25am
Cap Times. Lowell Holtz hopes conservative message can overcome baggage in run for state superintendent.
4:42am
Beloit Daily News. Evers mocks opponent in first ads of superintendent race.

Local Politics

10:21am
Crowley for Branch 1 Municipal Court. Gains endorsement of former challenger.

Monday March 20, 2017

Governor

4:55pm
Gov. Walker. Announces $400,000 for non-profit organizations to help veteran entrepreneurs.
4:22pm
Bunker Labs. Governor Walker & Wisconsin DVA announce $238,000 grant.
12:14pm
Gov. Walker. Attends grand opening ceremony for new Pratt Industries factory in Beloit.
11:39am
Gov. Walker. Travels to East Troy Community School District to highlight historic K-12 education investment.

4:56am
WBAY. Gov. Walker addresses headlines issues following local GOP event.

Budget

2:11pm
School Choice Wisconsin, Wisconsin Federation for Children, Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Another misleading press release on education funding.
11:53am
LFB. 2017 AB-64, and SB-30 provisions relating to self-insuring for State Employee Group Health Plans.
11:47am
One Wisconsin Now. Voucher money to Republicans buys voucher cartel more of our money.
10:35am
Sens. Bewley, Erpenbach; Reps. Hintz, Pope. Voucher operators will receive at least $1000 more per student than public schools. LFB Memo.
5:37am
Wauwatosa S.O.S. Worried K-12 parents will advocate to Sen. Vukmir, Reps. Kooyenga and Hutton at Tuesday town hall in Brookfield.

12:19pm
Fox 11. New memo shows high private school voucher payments.
4:55am
Fox 11. Lawmakers react to self-insurance plan.
4:46am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Legislators from both parties concerned about state transportation funding.

Legislative

3:14pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Democrats want to change judicial recusal requirements.
2:07pm
Rep. Zimmerman. Supports rural Wisconsin hospital health care and workforce improvement programs.
1:10pm
Rep. Hutton. Announces budget listening sessions. 

12:08pm
Janesville Gazette. Wisconsin GOP moving to call for constitutional convention. 
12:01pm
AP. Republicans press professors to spend more time teaching.
5:03am
McClatchy DC. Big box stores gird for battle with Wisconsin cities.
4:59am
Fox 11. Lawmakers react to the Democratic agenda "Wisconsin Way Forward."
4:46am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Industrial hemp bill being proposed in the Legislature.

State Agencies

4:00pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. $32.1 million for Wisconsin's public school libraries.

Economy/Business

2:34pm
Security Health Plan. Dr. Eric Quivers named chief medical officer.

5:17am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Superior oil refinery may be offered for sale.
5:16am
Milwaukee Business Journal. ManpowerGroup to cut 150 jobs at Milwaukee headquarters.

Environment/Outdoors

4:49am
Wisconsin State Journal. Once a leader, Wisconsin lags in fight against greenhouse gases.

Statewide

2:03pm
Tommy at 30 Project. A public policy symposium-May 23.
1:01pm
Wisconsin Cheese Originals. Natalee Ihde awarded $2,500 scholarship.
12:59pm
Environmental Law & Policy Center. New website showcases rural electric cooperative champions on solar energy.
9:10am
Wisconsin Realtors Association. February home sales slip and prices rise on tight inventories.

5:56am
Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune. Analysis: Reports of drug side effects increase fivefold in 12 years.
5:22am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Poll: Majority of Wisconsinites want to keep youth out of prison.
5:06am
Wisconsin Watch. Under Trump, Wisconsin dairies struggle to keep immigrant workers.
5:02am
La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin think tank argues occupational licensing rules are a barrier to job seekers.
4:58am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Study ranks Wisconsin 11th in U.S. in health care system performance.
4:50am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin cops in shootings no longer review videos of incidents first.

Courts

12:18pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Judge Jason A. Rossell appointed chief judge of Second Judicial Administrative District.

4:57am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin cottage at center of property rights dispute goes to U.S. Supreme Court.
4:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsinites go to court for their Irish butter.

Education

3:12pm
UW- Madison. Parsley and other plants lend form to human stem cell scaffolds.
2:15pm
UW-River Falls. 6th annual Nilsestuen Legacy Event addresses leaderhip in uncertain ag economy.
12:20pm
UW-Madison. Reserchers gain insight into day-to-day lives of parents raising children with autism.

4:54am
La Crosse Tribune. Details continue to trickle out regarding firing of UW-L police dispatcher.
4:47am
Pierce County Herald. Teacher shortages felt at college level.

Local

3:16pm
Wisconsin Dental Association. Emergency rooms not the place for non-traumatic dental care.
2:15pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Announces help for tax preparation.
12:16pm
Milwaukee Alds. Donovan, Zielinski. Board approves Operation Impact's expansion into 14th Aldermanic District.
11:50am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Dane County seeks input for Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan.
9:02am
City of Madison. Dane County's tooth ache.
5:36am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Operation Drive Sober results in 12 arrests.

4:56am
Wausau Daily Herald. Central Wisconsin government mostly responsive.
4:53am
Wisconsin State Journal. New Milwaukee Bucks arena on schedule but pressure remains.
4:51am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Consultants make recommendations for Wisconsin Center District. 
4:44am
WUWM. Local governments launch task force to fight heroin and prescription painkiller overdoses.

Congress

1:03pm
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Tester, Gillibrand. Push administration to provide trauma services for victims of military sexual harassment.
1:02pm
Coalition of Wisconsin Aging Groups. President Trump's proposed budget impacts older adults.
12:56pm
AFT Local 212. Trump budget a job killer.
12:04pm
RPW. Reminder: Senator Tammy Baldwin broke her word to Wisconsinites and flip-flopped on Supreme Court nominee Judget Neil Gorsuch.
12:00pm
RPW. What they're saying: Senator Tammy Baldwin still covering up scandal at the Tomah VA.
9:00am
NeighborWorks Aliance of Wisconsin. Statement on President Trump's proposed cuts in federal budget.

5:49am
Bloomberg. Gorsuch's goal in high court confirmation hearing: Don't mess up.
5:18am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State officials push back against Trump's budget that leaves vulnerable at risk.
5:01am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Rural Wisconsin takes hit in GOP health plan after backing Donald Trump.
4:55am
CNBC. Work requirement for the poor, tax credit boost in the works for health plan, House Speaker Ryan says.
4:48am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Don't let Trump dump Great Lakes protection.
4:45am
La Crosse Tribune. Donald Trump's budget would threaten research, financial aid at UW-Madison, officials warn.
4:43am
Cap Times. Wisconsin patients featured in Planned Parenthood ad campaign.
4:42am
WJFW. Sen. Baldwin travels to the Northwoods.

Politics

2:14pm
One Wisconsin Now. ICYMI: Personnel records detail troubled tenure of Lowell Holtz at Beloit School District.
2:05pm
Evers for State Superintendent. Releases first TV ad in Milwaukee and Madison media markets.
11:36am
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Underage voting shows need to invest in voter education.

12:08pm
Cap Times. Wisconsin GOP pushes Tomah VA scandal while Tammy Baldwin campaign zeroes in on David Clarke.
12:06pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Tomah VA whistleblower: Taking out Tammy Baldwin 'my unfinished business.'
5:21am
Cap Times. State superintendent candidates Tony Evers and Lowell Holtz square off over Common Core standards.
5:20am
Wisconsin State Journal. State superintendent candidate once questioned for wife working in district.
4:42am
WBAY. State superintendent candidates speak with Mike Gousha about Act 10.

Friday March 17, 2017

Governor

12:30pm
Gov. Walker. Joints Hunzinger Construction Company in sending care packages to our troops.

5:19am
Fox 11. Walker opposes Trump over Great Lakes funding. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Budget

5:44am
Rep. Petryk. Statement on Ellsworth budget public hearing.

3:54pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Sunshine: Wisconsin Republicans' secret briefings to sidestep open meetings law.
3:52pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin's rising prison population poses budget challenges.
3:49pm
Janesville Gazette. Editorial: A second chance for Rep. Loudenbeck.
5:20am
Wisconsin State Journal. Elections commissioners: Scott Walker budget cuts hurt service to local clerks.
5:19am
Wisconsin State Journal. Top Republicans skeptical on self-insurance for state workers.
4:45am
Wisconsin Public Radio. DOT secretary: Too many road projects caused budget woes.

Legislative

12:45pm
Sen. Erpenbach. Column: More accountability needed for taxpayer funds at King Nursing Home.
12:32pm
Rep. Hebl. Introduces fair courts package.
11:20am
Rep. Summerfield. Announces March district listening session.
5:45am
Rep. Barca. Democratic Weekly Radio Address: "Wisconsin Way Forward."
5:41am
Sen. Hansen. To introduce resolution honoring UWGB Women's basketball team.
5:37am
Rep. Shankland. To hold budget office hours on Monday.

4:46am
WUWM. Wisconsin may let teens work without permit.
4:38am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin Democrats unveil legislative agenda.
4:31am
WISC. Skimmers still found in Wisconsin; Lawmakers propose harsher punishments.

State Agencies

3:22pm
DOR. Collections, February FY2017.
2:49pm
DATCP. 70th Alice in Dairyland top candidates announced.
12:27pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, March 20-26.
11:13am
DOT. Need an ID for voting? Several DMV service centers offer Saturday hours.
5:42am
DNR. Outdoor Report.

4:41am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State VA secretary says 'new tone' set for department.

Statewide

11:21am
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Commonwealth ranks Wisconsin health system performance 11th best in nation.

Courts

12:55pm
U.S. News & World Report. Ban on Irish butter sparks fight in butter-loving Wisconsin.
4:30am
WTMJ. Lawsuit filed over Wisconsin law banning 'illegal' Irish butter.

Education

2:51pm
UW-River Falls. Named to Ideadavance Investment Committee.
2:46pm
UW-Stevens Point. To offer dual-degree option in engineering and physics.
9:46am
UW-Madison. Enormous swarms of midges teach about interconnected landscapes.
5:38am
UW-River Falls. Innovation Challenge winner announced.

4:47am
Cap Times. Wisconsin HOPE Lab calls on technical colleges to help their hungry, homeless students.
4:39am
Cap Times. Coaches top list of highest paid at UW, administrators and economics professors follow.

Local

11:18am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Dane County kicks off process to update the Parks and Open Space Plan.
11:12am
City of Racine. To explore the creation of a new tax increment district.
5:40am
Madison Mayor Soglin. City of Madison seeking applications for AASPIRE internship program.

12:50pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee County panel rejects study of joining state pension system.
4:43am
Wisconsin Public Radio. March Madness excitement could bring $6M to Milwaukee.
4:36am
Sheboygan Press. Lakeside landowners questions Marine Sanctuary.
4:34am
Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune. Saratoga water ordinance gets state OK.
4:32am
WBAY. DNR monitoring water quality after 100,000-gallon manure spill in Brown County.

Congress

12:29pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Makes it easier for VA to hire and retain health care professionals.
5:43am
U.S. Reps. Sensenbrenner, Moore. Send bipartisan letter to remove tariffs that would hurt Wisconsin businesses.
5:38am
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Votes to advance American Health Care Act.

3:51pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Officials push back against Trump's budget that leaves vulnerable at risk.
4:44am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Donald Trump's budget makes clear he doesn't care about the Great Lakes.
4:41am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin's Glenn Grothman helps GOP health bill survive key vote.
4:40am
Madison.com. Arts leaders take measure of proposed cuts.
4:36am
Daily Reporter. Trump budget proposal seeks to scrap grant program used for streetcar project.
4:35am
Racine Journal Times. Federal budget cuts hurt volunteer center, block grants.
4:29am
Reuters. Republicans split, conservatives angry as healthcare overhaul inches ahead.
4:28am
The Hill. The 19 federal agencies Trump wants to eliminate.

Politics

2:49pm
One Wisconsin Now. To Gov. Scott Walker: wrap up Sunshine Week with a bang, end 1,799-day stonewall and reveal donors to legal defense.

Local Politics

7:19am
Smith for Fitchburg Alder. South Central Federation of Labor and AFL-CIO endorse.

Thursday March 16, 2017

Governor

4:13pm
Gov. Walker. Weekly Radio Address: Wisconsin tourism is a big deal.
2:14pm
Gov. Walker. Meets with Wisconsin Boy Scouts at State Capitol for Annual Report.
1:43pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. President Trump's budget eliminates investments in Great Lakes, tells Governor Walker to provide funding.

Budget

3:21pm
Joint Finance Co-Chairs Darling, Nygren. Announce budget public hearings.
2:08pm
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Sends budget letters to governor and legislators.
12:11pm
Joint Finance Co-Chairs Darling, Nygren. Announce agency briefings.

2:31pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Theodore K. Nickel: Self-insurance will save state money without reducing benefits.
2:17pm
Janesville Gazette. Walker says it would be 'unwise' to reject self-insurance.
1:38pm
Wisconsin State Journal. New DOT Secretary: State must spend less on roads.
1:27pm
AP. Republican: Self-insurance likely won't pass committee.
5:22am
Fox 11. Investigates shortage of assistant DAs, backlog of cases.

Legislative

4:20pm
Rep. Considine. Reintroduces bill to build sustainable hemp industry in Wisconsin.
3:38pm
Sen. Stroebel. UW System leaders must review UW La Crosse dispatcher firing.
2:13pm
Sen. Darling, Rep. Kooyenga. To look at steps to ensure implementation of school facilities law.
2:10pm
DPW. Republican extremists eye fetal tissue bill for the second straight legislative session.
1:01pm
Rep. Ed Brooks. Announces listening sessions.
1:01pm
DPW. Applauds legislative Democrats' "Wisconsin Way Forward."
11:40am
Rep. Subeck. Introduces legislation to return authority to local governments to regulate weapons on buses. LRB-2517.
11:24am
Rep. Doyle, Sen. Shilling. Announce budget listening session.
11:22am
Wisconsin Alliance for Women's Health. Family & Medical Insurance Act applauded by women's health advocates.
11:21am
Sen. Shilling, Rep. Barca. Democrats unveil legislative agenda.  Wisconsin Way Forward.
11:19am
Rep. Considine. Column: Medicaid reform would give states flexibility to cut coverage.
9:11am
Rep. Doyle. To hold roundtable on transportation concerns.

1:45pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Growers face off against conservationists, fishing enthusiasts over effort to deregulate high-capacity wells.
1:41pm
Cap Times. Wisconsin Veterans Affairs Secretary Dan Zimmerman recommended for confirmation by Senate committee.
1:40pm
Cap Times. Madison mayor backs bill pushing municipal control over guns on buses.
1:34pm
Janesville Gazette. Wisconsin Democrats unveil likely doomed agenda.
1:31pm
Beloit Daily News. Wisconsin Democrats propose gun restrictions for buses.
1:30pm
Beloit Daily News. Wisconsin Transportation secretary divides Senate panel.
5:20am
WQOW. New legislation would give tax break to Wisconsin parents of stillborn babies.
5:06am
Chippewa Herald. Wisconsin conservationists, farmers clash at hearing.
5:03am
La Crosse Tribune. Republican bill would eliminate work permits for 16- and 17-year-olds.
4:47am
WUWM. Bill relaxes some rules for teen job applicants in Wisconsin.
4:41am
Daily Cardinal. Campus carry detrimental to sexual assault prevention, experts and UW leaders say.

State Agencies

4:16pm
DSPS. Meetings, week of March 20.
11:26am
Wisconsin Historical Society. Wisconsin history program awarded $10,000 from the Wisconsin Humanities Council.
11:16am
DOR. Tax deadline one month away.

5:21am
WKBT. Transgender community worries about state insurance policy.
5:03am
Daily Cardinal. Wisconsin works to fight against backlog of thousands of untested rape kits.
4:30am
Daily Reporter. Total netted from state's misclassification fight exceeds $1.1 million.

Economy/Business

11:28am
Xcel Energy. Launches its largest-ever Upper Midwest wind investment.

4:44am
Milwaukee Biz Times. GE Healthcare to add 170 Wisconsin jobs.
4:42am
Fox 11. Unemployment rises in Wisconsin's 32 largest cities.

Statewide

11:18am
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Spring meetings set around the state.

5:02am
Wisconsin Public Radio. ACA enrollment in Wisconsin hits all-time high as repeal efforts continue.

Courts

3:39pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Mayor Emanuel, Mayor Garcetti and Mayor De Blasio take legal action against President Trump's travel ban.
11:41am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Files FOIA lawsuit against U.S. Department of Justice.
5:36am
Wisconsin Justice Initiative. Ok to charge adult with crime committed at 9 years old: Appeals court.

1:32pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. NAACP official: I -94 project furthers racial segregation, exacerbates suburban sprawl.
5:00am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Judge denies request stop 'high-impact' activities at former Badger Ammunition Plant.
4:36am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Federal judge throws out John Doe suit against Milwaukee County DA John Chisholm.
4:28am
Bloomberg. Trump's second bid at travel ban knocked down by two U.S. judges.

Education

3:28pm
UW-Madison. 48th annual On Wisconsin Spring Powwow is April 1-2.
12:48pm
MPS. Herb Kohl Foundation announces 2017 academic awards and scholarships.
12:17pm
Great Lakes Higher Education Corp. 200 Wisconsin apprentices awarded $1,000 scholarships.
11:25am
DPI. 125 teams receive grants for Robotics League participation.
9:14am
UW-Stevens Point. Set for world's largest trivia contest.
9:12am
Marquette University. Human right law expert, Holocaust survivor Buergenthal goes "On the Issues" at Marquette Law.

4:40am
La Crosse Tribune. Gow: UW-L erred in firing police dispatcher.

Local

4:15pm
Milwaukee Ald. Murphy. First meeting tomorrow for City-County Heroin, Opioid and Cocaine Task Force.
1:58pm
One Wisconsin Now. Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke keeps public in the dark on his whereabouts.
1:02pm
Milwaukee County Board Chairman Lipscomb. County executive admits his inability to manage county pension system.

5:23am
WTMJ. County Executive Abele: State takeover of pension system one option to consider.

Congress

2:35pm
Milwaukee Riverkeeper. Joins 130 environmental groups to oppose deep cuts to environmental funding in FY18 budget proposal.
2:22pm
U.S. Rep. Senbrenner. Introduces the U.S. Ambassador at Large for Arctic Affairs Act.
2:02pm
State Bar of Wisconsin. Urges restoration of LSC funding.
2:00pm
DPI Supt. Evers. Statement on proposed federal education cuts.
12:16pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Trump Administration's budget would harm rural Wisconsin.
12:14pm
RGA. Republican governors urge swift confirmation of Judge Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court.
11:27am
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Comprehensive legislation would safeguard future elections from cyber-attacks.
8:49am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Following bipartisan push, Vietnam helicopter crew monument in Arlington National Cemetery moves forward.
5:37am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Votes against President Trump's nominee for Director of National Intelligence.

5:34am
Reuters. Military wins in first Trump budget; environment, aid lose big.
4:46am
Wisconsin State Journal. Ron Johnson cool to Paul Ryan-Donald Trump health care plan.
4:34am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Pocan: Americans want a president who puts their needs first.
4:34am
WUWM. Wisconsin leaders weigh in on GOP health care overhaul.

Politics

2:20pm
One Wisconsin Now. Media report unmasks 'business leader' behind Lowell Holtz sleazy election deal to be Stephen Einhorn.
1:59pm
RPW. Democrats failed to act with evidence that veterans were in danger.
8:48am
Holtz for State Superintendent. Announces Teachers' Bill of Rights.

4:45am
U.S. News & World Report. Bribery complaint against superintendent candidate dropped.
4:43am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Prosecution doubtful of area 17-year-old voters.
4:33am
The Hill. GOP targets Baldwin over Wisconsin VA scandal.
4:32am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Superintendent candidates make their cases at Madison forum. Cap Times.

Wednesday March 15, 2017

Governor

1:51pm
Wisconsin Dental Association. Letter to Gov. Walker regarding ACA repeal/replacement and oral health.
9:34am
Gov. Walker. Federal government committed to improving collaboration with states on Medicaid.
9:14am
Gov. Walker. Honors five for excellence in tourism industry.

1:00pm
Fox 11. Walker optimistic for "meaningful reforms" to Medicaid.
10:30am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Amid possible federal cuts, Walker calls Great Lakes 'incredible asset.'
10:28am
Chippewa Herald. Walker picks, wait for it, Wisconsin to win it all in NCAA.
4:42am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker: 'I shifted' from campaign promise of 250K jobs.

Budget

10:17am
PROFS. To host March 16 forum on 2017-19 biennial budget.

4:40am
Janesville Gazette. Editorial: On roads, budget's tank empty.
4:33am
Janesville Gazette. Lawmakers' listening session focuses on proposed state budget.

Legislative

4:52pm
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Broadband expansion: Rural Wisconsin needs the real deal.
4:49pm
Rep. Quinn. Rural legislators introduce bills to improve health care access in rural Wisconsin.
4:25pm
Rep. Edming. Announces budget listening sessions.
2:25pm
Sens. Craig, Kapenga; Reps. Sanfelippo, Hutton. Seek greater transparency on state leases during Sunshine Week.
1:55pm
Reps. Zamarripa, Subeck. Introduce bill pushing back on President Trump's proposed border wall. Spanish Release. LRB-2356.
8:33am
Rep. Loudenbeck. Authors bill promoting mobile integrated health.
4:45am
Rep. Sargent. DNR audit underlines consequences of starving state government.

1:08pm
Cap Times. Wisconsin's large-scale farmers, environmentalists square off over high capacity wells legislation. 
9:49am
Wisconsin State Journal. Growers say water certainty is needed.
4:57am
Fox 11. Wisconsin lawmaker looks to crack down on credit card skimming devices.
4:42am
Wisconsin State Journal. Republicans want to examine moving state agency to Milwaukee.
4:37am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Lawmakers grill Wisconsin DNR chief over critical audit.
4:25am
Badger Herald. Lawmakers hope hemp legalization will boost state economy.
4:24am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Proposal would institute criminal penalties for fraud against WEDC.
4:22am
Janesville Gazette. Conservationists and farmers to clash at wells hearing.

State Agencies

2:41pm
DATCP. Organic veterinary training sessions scheduled.
2:14pm
DATCP. Seminar to offer food export education.
12:50pm
DWD. #AccountableGov: Wisconsin's push to combat UI fraud & support re-empoyment of claimants produces results.
10:15am
DOT. Zero in Wisconsin smart phone app will help those celebrating St. Patrick's Day to drive sober.
4:47am
ETF. Announces annuity adjustments.

4:28am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin setting stage to remove hundreds of thousands of names from the voting rolls.
4:27am
Beloit Daily News. DirecTV settles with Wisconsin viewers over billing issues.
4:26am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin public employee pensions to rise at least 2 percent.
4:20am
Wisconsin State Journal. Attorney General's open government office gets knocked from left and right.

Economy/Business

12:51pm
DWD. Wisconsin local employment & unemployment estimates released.

2:43pm
USA Today. What a Fed rate hike means for you (get ready to pay more.)
1:15pm
Bloomberg. Fed raises benchmark rate as inflation approaches 2% target.
4:31am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Milwaukee area hiring outlook improves for second quarter.

Statewide

2:14pm
Alliance of Health Insurers. Save the Date: March 29,2017 - Health insurance in Wisconsin and federal health care changes.
1:59pm
Sen. Kapenga. Applauds Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty for report on occupational licensing.
12:48pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. New study: Occupational licensing requirements decrease employment.
9:42am
Midwest Food Products Association. Partners with ProFood Tech.

4:29am
WISC. Report shows ignition interlock devices are working in Wisconsin.

Courts

8:19am
District II Court of Appeals. State v. Shaun M. Sanders.
8:18am
District II Court of Appeals. Lee M. Bleecker v. Terence P. Cahill.

1:38pm
Beloit Daily News. Wisconsin Supreme Court urged to adopt stricter rules.

Education

1:39pm
UW-Madison. Smartphone technology could combat workplace injuries.
12:26pm
UW-Madison. Researchers make headway toward understanding Alexander disease.
10:53am
Herb Kohl Education Foundation. 2017 Herb Kohl Foundation Excellence Scholarship, Initiative Scholarship, Fellowship, and Leadership award recipients announced.

4:32am
Milwaukee Biz Times. UW-Madison leads state universities in U.S. News grad school rankings.
4:19am
Sheboygan Press. UW-Sheboygan plans marine sanctuary meeting.

Local

1:36pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. "Veterans Service Office provides invaluable resource for our nation's heroes."
12:53pm
Racine Mayor Dickert. Names new City Administrator.

12:58pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele calls for pension reform after errors.

Congress

2:39pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Renews bipartisan effort to raise the quality of career and technical education.
12:28pm
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Voters in Speaker Ryan's district: Protect public lands, water, and Great Lakes.

5:06am
Governing. To speed up infrastructure projects, Trump revisits environmental regs.
5:05am
Reuters. Republicans weigh health bill changes as doubts mount.
5:04am
The Hill. Senate nixes Obama-era drug testing rule.
4:58am
WAOW. Rep. Sean Duffy, Ron Kind weigh-in on new health care plan.
4:38am
Stevens Point Journal. Scott Walker still not saying whether he supports Obamacare replacement.
4:36am
U.S. News & World Report. Walker plans talk with other governors on new health bill.
4:35am
Baraboo News Republic. Pocan: More to come on Russia.
4:23am
La Crosse Tribune. AP FACT CHECK: Both sides loose with facts in health debate.
4:22am
Chippewa Herald. Trump earned $153m and paid $36.5m in taxes in 2005.
4:19am
Racine Journal Times. Hundreds protest health care bill.

Politics

2:02pm
RPW. Launches digital ad campaign holding Senator Baldwin accountable for her role in the Tomah VA crisis.
12:45pm
One Wisconsin Now. Failure of Election Commission to act doesn't make Lowell Holtz's proposed election bribe any less sleazy.
10:25am
One Wisconsin Now. Candidate Scott Walker: the neverending story.

1:06pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Cullen to register gubernatorial fundraising committee.
12:59pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Elections commission: Job offer deal between state superintendent candidates not election bribery.
8:46am
U.S. News & World Report. Businessman Andy Gronik considering run for governor.
4:34am
U.S. News & World Report. Official: Sanders shares blame for minors voting in primary.
4:18am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Fond du Lac minor voted in presidential primary.

Local Politics

2:49pm
Townsend for Dane County Judge. The Capital Times endorses.
2:40pm
Smith for Fitchburg Alder. Democratic Party of Dane County endorses.

Tuesday March 14, 2017

Governor

2:07pm
Gov. Walker. Issues statement on scheduled vote by U.S. Senate to overturn the unemployment insurance drug testing rule.
1:34pm
Gov. Walker. Highlights budget priorities in remarks to Rotary Club of Milwaukee.
5:19am
Reps. Sinicki, Ohnstad, Bowen. Letter to Gov. Walker requesting veto of SB-3.

5:30am
La Crosse Tribune. Walker's advice to Trump: Don't tweet temper tantrums.
4:36am
WXOW. Gov. Walker explains why UWL projects were denied funding.

Budget

2:08pm
Rep. Tittl, Sen. LeMahieu. Announce listening sessions.
9:40am
Rep. Subeck, Sen. Risser. To hold budget listening session in the 78th Assembly District Thursday March 23rd.

Legislative

3:50pm
Cooperative Network. Supports proposed agricultural producer protection legislation.
2:38pm
Sen. Shilling. Treat family like family.
12:50pm
Rep. Kitchens. To hold Total Maximum Daily Load informational session.
11:40am
Sen. Ringhand, Rep. Pope. Legislators introduce Family Medical Leave Insurance Act.
11:28am
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin. Praises Family and Medical Leave Insurance Act.
11:02am
WI AFL-CIO. Rep. Loudenbeck and Senator Kapenga's Child Labor Rollback Bill to get committee hearing.
10:49am
Rep. Weatherston. Circulates resolution with bi-partisan cooperation to honor a former State Rep. from his district.
9:03am
WCASA. Family & Medical Leave Insurance Act vital for sexual assault survivors.
5:21am
Reps. Horlacher, Allen. To hold joint budget listening session.
5:15am
Midwest Environmental Advocates. Aquaculture bill raises concerns for environment, public trust.

3:17pm
CBS 58. Wisconsin legislators introduce Family Medical Insurance Act.
4:32am
La Crosse Tribune. Critics say fast-moving wells bill ignores urgent water ills.
4:31am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Wisconsin lawmakers want new limits on fetal tissue research.
4:30am
WXOW. Area Democrats co-author student debt legislation.
4:30am
NBC 15. Wisconsin lawmakers push for earlier start to school year.

State Agencies

5:02pm
DNR. Weekly news.
2:34pm
DOC. Committed to openness and transparency.
2:09pm
DATCP. State settles with DIRECTV over billing and cancellation issues.
1:20pm
DATCP. Apply now for grants to grow local food markets.
12:52pm
WEDC. Milwaukee high-tech company receives $200,000 state technology development loan.
12:14pm
DOT. Announces 2017 Excellence in Design Awards.
9:40am
DATCP. Don't get swept away in sweepstakes scams.
9:39am
DATCP. WI wineries invited to exhibit in beverage pavilion at National Restaurant Association Show.

3:20pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Convicted supervisor hired to state position working with the mentally disabled.
4:48am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. U.S. attorney says Lincoln Hills investigation to continue under new prosecutor.
4:38am
Wisconsin Rapids Daily-Tribune. Wisconsin tourism seeks to build on $19.3 billion boom.

Statewide

3:17pm
Citizens for Responsible Zoning and Landowner Rights. Demand public debates before NOAA takes jurisdiction over Lake Michigan.
9:08am
Wisconsin Women in Government. Announces 30th annual Scholarship and Recognition Gala.

Courts

1:02pm
District III Court of Appeals. Robert H. Shugarts, II v. Dennis M. Mohr.

Education

11:27am
UW-Madison. Graduate programs ranked high by U.S. News & World Report.

4:46am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. How small is too small? Friess Lake and Richfield school districts talk merger.
4:35am
Wisconsin State Journal. District officials: Little can be done this school year about new reality of students, guns on Metro buses.

Local

11:39am
Milwaukee County Sup. Haas. Humboldt Park Beer Garden Fund leaders to $54,000 in repairs.

Congress

4:32pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Activists brave blizzard to converge on House Speaker Ryan's office to protest health plan.
12:13pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Town hall weekend wrap-up: March 11-12.
11:03am
Voces de la Frontera. Neil Gorsuch won't stand up to Trump's attacks on immigrants.
5:18am
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Statement on CBO report that 24 billion would lose coverage under GOP health care plan.
5:17am
DPW. Statement on CBO score of Speaker Ryan's health care bill.
5:16am
ABC for Health. Repeal and replace plan bad for patients, providers.

10:59am
Racine Journal Times. Alarm sounded over proposed Great Lakes funding cuts.
5:08am
The Hill. Ryan says he's 'encouraged' by CBO report.
4:29am
WEAU. Health dept.: "Repeal of Affordable Care Act could cost us."

Politics

5:20am
Constitution Party of Wisconsin. A tale of two candidates.

12:59pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Voter fraud charges possible for three underage Dane County teens who voted illegally.
11:02am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Recent college graduate running for Wisconsin governor.
4:33am
Wisconsin State Journal. Board member seeks to recoup wages from Lowell Holtz for alleged campaign work on district time.

Monday March 13, 2017

Governor

9:47am
Gov. Walker. Highlights success of tourism industry at Governor's Conference on Tourism.

11:49am
Janesville Gazette. Governor promotes tourism's economic impact.
5:10am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gov. Scott Walker's promise to create 250,000 jobs in Wisconsin remains elusive.

Budget

1:50pm
Gov. Walker. Highlights Executive Budget proposal, strong Wisconsin economy at La Crosse Area Chamber of Commerce monthly meeting.
10:24am
DWD. 2017-2019 budget: Governor Walker's investment in workforce vital to continued growth.

4:27am
Beloit Daily News. Beloit still has shot at school funds.
4:26am
Racine Journal Times. Tax changes hit unemployed homeowners, benefit parents with 1 child.
4:23am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. New subscriptions flood DNR magazine as Wisconsin officials pull plug.
4:16am
Daily Cardinal. Tech colleges model pathways for creating performance metrics.
4:15am
WBAY. Engineers: Poor Wisconsin roads costing drivers.

Legislative

4:38pm
Rep. Shankland. Introduces legislation on placement of Sexually Violent Persons (SVPs). LRB-1775.
3:22pm
Rep. Duchow. To hold district listening sessions.
3:08pm
Rep. Stuck. Announces March listening sessions.
3:02pm
End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin. Domestic violence advocates applaud Family & Medical Leave Insurance Act.
1:28pm
Rep. Spiros. To hold budget listening session.
1:25pm
League of Conservation Voters. Conservation NOW: March 13, 2017.
12:49pm
Rep. Stuck. Announces March listening sessions.
10:22am
Sen. Shilling. La Crosse are Democrats co-author legislation to lower student loan debt.
9:46am
Rep. Considine. Welcomes reporters on corrections tour.
5:06am
Locksmith Alliance of Wisconsin. Locksmiths schedule legislative briefing session.
4:46am
Rep. Kerkman, Sen. Hansen. Legislators introduce bi-partisan bill to crack down on corporate fraud.

8:50am
Wisconsin State Journal. Bill would ban coverage of elective abortions for state workers.
4:53am
Fox 6. Marijuana extract bill approved, 3 years after girl who inspired it passes away: "Happy, but it doesn't create closure."
4:44am
Chippewa Herald. Rep. Bernier's Lake Hallie listening session gets political.
4:42am
WFRV. Bill would make credit card skimming and possession of skimming devices felonies in WI.
4:28am
WQOW. Eau Claire union leader opposes project labor agreements bill.
4:18am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Moving people from addiction to productivity.
4:08am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Bill banning aborted fetal tissue research resurfaces at state Capitol.
4:07am
Chippewa Herald. Wisconsin Republicans clash on fetal tissue approach.
4:05am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Local roundabout vetoes should be allowed.

State Agencies

4:44pm
AG Schimel. Your Right to Know, Your Resource.
2:56pm
WHEDA Foundation. Announces 2017 Housing Grant Program competition.
2:55pm
DOT. DMV handled record 1.4 million online vehicle registrations last year.
12:48pm
One Wisconsin Now. Cloud over state Attorney General Brad Schimel's office for sunshine week with failure to respond to simple open records request.
12:03pm
DOC Sec. Litscher. ICYMI: DOC committed to safety of youth in custody.
10:25am
DATCP. Apply now for grants to grow local food markets.

11:46am
Fox 11. Dozens of 17-year-olds voted illegally in Wisconsin primary.
4:22am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Wisconsin's slowest, fastest state agencies.
4:21am
Wisconsin State Journal. State agencies responding more quickly to records requests since last year.
4:20am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel aide gets 17.5% pay bump.
4:11am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. In era of change, Jay Risch becomes Wisconsin's top financial regulator.
4:10am
Sheboygan Press. Sunshine Week: Secretive software doing more state of Wisconsin work.

Economy/Business

4:01am
WCCO. Gander Mountain files for bankruptcy, 32 locations to close.

Environment/Outdoors

4:12am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin may dodge Lyme disease spike projected for northeast U.S.

Statewide

4:47pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Horseshoes & Hand Grenades and Dead Horses heat up the Rothschild Pavilion June 1.
3:03pm
Cooperative Network. "Cooperatives Build Leadership" through annual Co-ops Yes! Youth Leadership Conference.
12:02pm
PDPW. Faithfully feeding the future.

4:06am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: The fight for open government is more important than ever.

Courts

4:13am
Chicago Tribune. Judge: Revised Trump ban can't be enforced on Syrian family trying to flee to Wisconsin.

Education

1:45pm
UW-Platteville. Forum to explore concussion injury in football.
1:44pm
UW-Platteville. Student receives internship award to conduct fire history research.
1:44pm
UW-Platteville. Son explores early childhood education in new book.
10:21am
UW-Madison. A scientist and a supercomputer re-create a tornado.
10:20am
Marquette University. Charles Franklin goes 'On the Issues' to present new Marquette Law School poll.
4:48am
UW-Platteville. To host Board of Regents.

4:43am
WISN. School district advises families what to do if ICE agents show up at their door.
4:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Report accuses Milwaukee of foot-dragging on mandate to sell vacant MPS buildings.
4:17am
Daily Cardinal. Did changes to tenure influence your departure from UW? Most professors said yes.
4:03am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Editorial: Here's how Wisconsin can address student debt.

Local

11:52am
Winnebago Seed Fund. Local investors commit to invest in a new Fox Valley venture capital fund.
8:58am
Abolish Abortion WI. To gather at Governor Walker's Milwaukee office to demand interposition for the preborn and total abolition of abortion in Wisconsin.
8:46am
Abolish Abortion WI Former Green Bay Packer to headline event commemorating the 158th anniversary of Wisconsin's defiance of federal tyranny and the rescue of runaway slave Joshua Glover.
4:47am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Operation Drive Sober results in 11 arrests, wrong way driver.

4:04am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Sheriffs split on how to investigate jail deaths.

Congress

3:54pm
One Wisconsin Now. Paul Ryan ending health care for 24,000,000.
12:51pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Pushes for reforms to fix VA Choice Program.

3:15pm
The Hill. CBO: Millions would lose coverage under GOP healthcare plan.
12:00pm
Cap Times. Racine mayor: Major cuts to Great Lakes funds will lead to 'devastating' results.
4:33am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Sen. Tammy Baldwin opposes GOP health care plan at friendly town hall in Milwaukee.
4:31am
Wisconsin State Journal. U.S. Attorney John Vaudreuil to resign Monday.
4:04am
Sheboygan Press. Paul Ryan says health premiums will decrease under his replacement plan.
4:02am
The Hill. Ryan: 'Can't answer' how many will lose health coverage under GOP plan.

Politics

11:44am
RPW. ICYMI: Wisconsin Republicans holding Senator Tammy Baldwin accountable for her role in the Tomah VA crisis.
8:49am
Holtz for State Superintendent. Statement on possible repeal of 2015 Every Student Succeeds Act.

11:56am
Beloit Daily News. Superintendent candidate chastised over bleacher donation.
4:30am
La Crosse Tribune. Tony Evers seeks a third term after battles with conservatives, cancer and Common Core.
4:29am
Star Journal. State school superintendent seeking third four-year term.

Friday March 10, 2017

Governor

3:55pm
Gov. Walker. Appoints Chippewa County District Attorney.
11:12am
Gov. Walker. Announces three communities will receive financial assistance to replace lead service lines.
9:31am
Gov. Walker. Seeks applicants for Milwaukee County judicial vacancy.
5:42am
Sen. Marklein. Governor Scott Walker signs Senator Howard Marklein's "Due Dates" bill just in time.

1:29pm
Fox 11. Clintonville, Florence to get state subsidies for pipes.
4:48am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Gov. Walker visits Oakfield High School.
4:45am
Fox 6. Gov. Walker shuts down idea that MPS should be sole charter school authorizer.
4:36am
Beloit Daily News. Walker orders state agencies to increase access to records.

Budget

3:21pm
Wauwatosa S.O.S. Experts to explain "How state budget could affect kids and their public schools."
4:35am
La Crosse Tribune. Republicans met secretly to discuss self-insurance, Democrats say.

Legislative

2:26pm
Sen. Bewley. Column: Ready to help wherever needed.
1:14pm
Rep. Quinn. Announces town-hall budget meetings.
11:17am
Rep. Katsma. State Assembly honors Aviation Heritage Center of Wisconsin.
11:16am
Rep. Shankland. Announces photo contest for new legislative website.
11:12am
Sen. Shilling. Republicans renew effort to block lifesaving medical research.
11:11am
Reps. Nygren, Sanfelippo. Assembly Republicans call on Congress to treat Wisconsin fairly.
5:46am
Cures for Tomorrow. Statement on LRB-1754.
5:43am
Rep. Edming. Votes to reduce the size of government.
5:41am
Rep. Tittl. Votes for smaller government.
5:40am
Rep. Tittl. Supports bold reform to save taxpayer dollars.
5:38am
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Don't get rid of the treasurer.
5:36am
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Applauds the passage of Project Labor Agreement neutrality bill.
5:35am
Associated Builders & Contractors Wisconsin Chapter. Statement on PLA neutrality bill.

1:19pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin panel sidesteps open meetings law on youth prison tour to exclude public.
4:43am
Fox 6. Assembly speaker says he's "generally supportive" of federal health bill.
4:42am
Cap Times. Assembly federalism committee discusses how Wisconsin can better spend its federal dollars.
4:42am
WKOW. GOP bill would penalize Wisconsin municipalities that don't enforce federal immigration laws.
4:41am
Cap Times. Democratic lawmakers want legislative oversight over money transfers from King veterans home.
4:39am
Cap Times. Wisconsin Assembly approves bill to ban project labor agreement requirements.
4:38am
Cap Times. Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos opposes medical aid-in-dying bill.
4:36am
Wisconsin State Journal. Bills backed by anti-abortion groups would ban research using aborted fetal tissue.
4:32am
WQOW. Republican predicts voter support to eliminate treasurer.

State Agencies

3:35pm
DATCP. Handy tips for home improvement planning.
1:33pm
DOT. DMV tips for selling a car.
1:09pm
Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board. Hears report on State Natural Areas.
9:28am
DWD. Limits to unemployment insurance work-search waivers support Wisconsin employers & workers.
5:41am
DNR. Outdoor Report.

4:40am
Cap Times. New state Veterans Affairs Secretary Dan Zimmerman outlines his vision for the agency.

Economy/Business

7:48am
Bureau of Labor Statistics. Payroll employment rises by 235,000 in February; unemployment rate changes little at 4.7%

7:49am
Reuters. U.S. job growth rises briskly, wages continue to climb.
4:33am
WISC. Staples to close 70 more stores.

Statewide

11:15am
Midwest Food Products Association. March is National Frozen Food Month.
11:13am
MWFPA. March is National Frozen Food Month.

5:28am
Washington Post. NFL abuse of painkillers and other drugs described in court filings.

Courts

3:21pm
Wisconsin Family Action. Responds to pre-enforcement lawsuit filed.
3:06pm
U.S. District Court Western District of Wisconsin. John Doe v. Donald J. Trump - amended complaint. Renewed application for temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction.

4:56am
Wisconsin State Journal. State Supreme Court Chief Justice calls out critics, warns of threat to court's legitimacy.

Education

3:19pm
UW-Madison. Japanese literature course leads to the ultimate field trip for UW students.
11:31am
UW-Platteville. Faculty forum to explore concussion injury in football - legitimate concern or media hype?
11:30am
UW-Platteville. Son explores early childhood education in new book.
11:28am
UW-Platteville. Students conduct cutting-edge cancer research.
11:15am
MPS. Selecting new textbooks.
9:26am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. The never-ending story of Milwaukee's vacant school buildings.

4:46am
Wisconsin Public Radio. ASU president says UW System need to innovate, expand access to education.

Local

1:08pm
Waukesha County Department of Emergency Preparedness. Pioneers Text-to-911 service in southeast Wisconsin.

5:07am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Latest Milwaukee County pension errors to cost $2 million to correct.
4:44am
Fox 6. Gov. Walker urges Sheriff Clarke, Milwaukee Police to get on same page about immigration enforcement.
4:34am
Sheboygan Press. Kohler Co. seeks to limit wetlands loss from golf course along Lake Michigan.
4:33am
WISN. Sheriff Clarke's order sends many undocumented immigrants into hiding.

Congress

2:28pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Joins bipartisan Senate Great Lakes Task Force letter expressing concern about Trump administration's reported 97% cut to Great Lakes funding.
9:30am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Bipartisan group of senators calls on agencies to support employees who shine light on fraud, waste & abuse.
5:39am
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Introduces bill to suspend foreign aid to countries refusing to accept criminal immigrants.

4:49am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Sea grant, Great Lakes cleanup program may face budget cuts.

Politics

1:38pm
Beloit Daily News. Democratic U.S. Rep. Kind not running for Wisconsin governor.
4:39am
Janesville Gazette. Tim Cullen weighs run for Wisconsin governor.

Thursday March 9, 2017

Governor

5:44pm
Gov. Walker. Signs Senate Bill 2 into law.
3:01pm
Gov. Walker. Highlights historic K-12 education, rural investments at Gilman High School.
2:34pm
Gov. Walker. Boosts government transparency with executive action.
12:38pm
Gov. Walker. Weekly Radio Address: Wisconsin is working - literally.
11:58am
Gov. Walker. Visits Oakfield Middle School/High School to highlight historic K-12 education investments.
9:28am
Gov. Walker. Attends 50th Annual Governor's Conference on Emergency Management and Homeland Security. 

3:14pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker issues order making it easier to find state public records.
5:19am
Governing. How many jobs can governors take credit for creating?
4:33am
Chippewa Herald. Walker refuses to endorse federal health care bill. Wisconsin State Journal. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 
4:31am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker: Priority is manufacturing job wages, not numbers.

Budget

4:37pm
LFB. State tax and fee modifications included in the governor's 2017-19 budget recommendations.
4:14pm
Joint Finance Committee Democrats. Letter to Joint Finance Co-Chairs regarding ETF briefing.
5:33am
Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. Proposed 2017-19 state budget hikes spending 8.3%

3:12pm
AP. Democrats question Walker's prison bed estimate.
2:57pm
Beloit Daily News. Budget panel leader says GOP 'skeptical' of self-insurance.
4:38am
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker tax cut would save 70 percent of tax filers $44 this year.

Assembly Floor Session

4:26pm
Rep. Rodriguez. And Assembly designate Birth Defects Day in Wisconsin.
4:19pm
Rep. Barca. Statement on Project Labor Agreements.
4:17pm
Rep. Rob Brooks. Votes to remove government barriers.
4:15pm
Rep. Subeck. Assembly Republicans further drive down wages and send jobs out of state.
4:05pm
Rep. Sargent. GOP continues six-year war on Wisconsin workers.
3:59pm
Rep. Crowley. Rep. Crowley. Assembly GOP continues to vote against Wisconsin.
3:57pm
Rep. Hutton. Statement on passage of Project Labor Agreement bill.
3:31pm
Reps. Zepnick, Zamarripa. Honor Hometown Heroes.
2:15pm
State Treasurer Adamczyk. Thanks Legislature for passage of SJR 3.
2:01pm
Rep. Schraa. Amendment to delete State Treasurer passes.

2:59pm
Fond du Lac Reporter. Wisconsin legislators take up bill to end union deals on public works projects.
2:55pm
Cap Times. Bill to eliminate Wisconsin state treasurer heads to Scott Walker's desk.

Legislative

4:18pm
Interfaith Older Adult Programs. State Rep. Jonathan Brostoff and mother to receive first ever Generational Gem Award.
2:09pm
One Wisconsin Now. Democrats' common sense student loan debt refinancing bill available for legislative action.
1:43pm
Rep. Kitchens. Introduces clean water access bill.
12:34pm
Rep. Kremer. Column: Body cameras: Policing with privacy in an age of technology.
11:53am
Sen. Taylor. Testimony begins on legislation to get out the lead.
11:46am
Sen. Cowles, Rep. Summerfield. To introduce legislation to tackle credit card skimmer. LRB-1322.
11:40am
Sens. Shilling, Bewley. What ever happened to the Gold Standard?
11:31am
Rep. Nygren. Testifies at special session public hearings.
11:27am
Sen. Erpenbach. Legislative oversight needed now more than ever for veterans care fund.
10:45am
Sen. Bewley. Weekly Democratic Radio Address: Respect and Promote Wisconsin's Rural Traditions and Farm Products.

2:18pm
NBS 15. Assembly Speaker Vos opposes assisted suicide bill.
2:05pm
Chippewa Herald. Wisconsin lawmakers propose card skimmer crackdown.
5:18am
The Hill. Amid federal uncertainty, states confront opioid crisis.
4:36am
U.S. News & World Report. 50 Wisconsin lawmakers sign onto bill to remove lead lines.
4:30am
Janesville Gazette. Assembly poised to ban labor agreement requirements.
4:29am
Janesville Gazette. Wisconsin Assembly to send treasurer elimination to voters.
4:28am
Beloit Daily News. Kolste introduces bill regarding prescriptions.
4:27am
Cap Times. Lawmakers consider effort to allow Dane County towns to opt out of county zoning without referendums.

State Agencies

3:44pm
DOT. Brochures in print and online formats help consumers buy wisely.
3:21pm
DOR. Wisconsin must be doing something right.
2:10pm
DATCP. National Consumer Protection Week: Make use of new tools in the fight against ID theft.
1:49pm
DWD. BLS data: Wisconsin unemployment rate drops to 3.9%, lowest since January 2001.
1:45pm
Women's Council Wisconsin. Launches "A seat at the political table"- a new project tracing the history of women in local elected office in Wisconsin.
12:35pm
DATCP. Poultry owners urged to increase biosecurity efforts.
10:46am
DOT. Governor Walker approves over $900,000 for design project at Dane County Regional Airport.
9:29am
OCI. Administrative Actions, February 2017.

Economy/Business

11:42am
M-WERC. WERCBench Labs announces next program offering.
10:52am
Wisconsin Technology Council. Investors inside the house: New corporate ventures featured at March 28 Innovation Network-Madison.

2:28pm
Milwaukee Biz Times. State's unemployment rate dips under 4 percent.
4:53am
WKOW. Digging Deeper: Wisconsin has lost 45,589 manufacturing jobs since 2006, a decline of 9%

Statewide

5:31am
Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield. Collaboration with Western Governors University will provide eligible employees tuition discounts and scholarships toward earning a graduate degree.

5:20am
USA Today. Next Wikileaks worry: the release of the code.

Courts

8:41am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. State v. Thornon F. Talley.
8:40am
District IV Court of Appeals. City of Madison v. DHS.
5:38am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Wisconsin judiciary should adopt strong recusal standards for campaign contributions/Keep independent WI Judicial Commission.

4:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Roggensack hits peers' 'tough talk' with her own.

Education

3:42pm
DPI. 97.6 percent of districts offering elementary education provide 4K.
2:22pm
UW-Madison. Food sovereignty events explore indigenous cuisine.
2:21pm
UW System. To focus on financial aid, regulatory relief, and research funding in upcoming federal congressional session.
10:53am
UW-Rock County. New project management bachelor degree concentration.
10:50am
UW System. Announces members for new business council.
10:48am
UW-Madison. Students find inspiration in class merging science and art.
10:47am
UW-Madison. Dark matter detection receives 10-ton upgrade.
8:52am
Public Policy Forum. Report details local government spending on out-of-school time programming for Milwaukee youth.
5:34am
UW-Platteville. Earns reaccreditation from HLC.

2:25pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mliwaukee Public Schools bracing for $50 million-plus budget gap.
4:34am
Wisconsin Public Radio. MPS superintendent pushes for change in Wisconsin's largest district.

Local

2:04pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Announces county funding for affordable housing.
1:50pm
Milwaukee County Board Chairman Lipscomb. Pay increase for pension director came after errors revealed.
5:37am
Voces de la Frontera. By signing up for 287g, Sheriff Clarke has signed his resignation.

4:54am
WISN. Clarke intends to take part in program that trains deputies to enforce immigration laws.
4:26am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee County pension office reverses course 13 months later, denies man's retirement.

Congress

2:23pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Renews bipartisan push to expand veteran caregiver services to veterans of all eras.
1:48pm
U.S. Sens. Johnson, Ernst. Re-introduce bill to protect VA whistleblowers.
10:49am
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Answering your social media questions.
9:21am
U.S. Rep. Kind. Votes against bill that makes Wisconsinites pay more for health care while receiving less coverage.
5:36am
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Investigates poor customer service at IRS.

5:19am
Reuters. Congress may overturn Obama internet privacy rules.
4:40am
CNN. Cancer survivor, Republican has change of heart on Obamacare.
4:37am
Racine Journal Times. Scott Walker: Congress should probe Donald Trump claim that Barack Obama tapped phones.
4:35am
Washington Post. Doctors, hospitals and insurers oppose Republican health plan.
4:30am
La Crosse Tribune. GOP health care bill is critical first test for Trump.
4:28am
Cap Times. Tammy Baldwin, Democrats, hammer Donald Trump over abandoned buy-America pledge.

Politics

11:22am
RPW. ICYMI: Wisconsin Democrats in complete "Disa-Rae."
10:55am
Wales for Milwaukee County Circuit Court. Area judge learned to speak at age 12, hosts Anti-Bullying Event.

11:57am
WISC. Cullen says he's on track for announcing run for governor.

Wednesday March 8, 2017

Governor

5:17pm
Gov. Walker. Attends Governor's Council on Workforce Investment 2017 First Quarter Meeting.
1:36pm
Gov. Walker. Attends Ag Day at the Capitol.

12:54pm
Fox 6. Gov. Scott Walker pledges help for Jewish Community Center after several threats.

Budget

4:04pm
Rep. Taylor. Democrats propose a real tax cut, Walker proposes peanuts.
3:42pm
Baraboo Mayor Palm. Circus World-More than a State Historic Site.
2:59pm
LFB. Distributional information on proposed individual income tax rate reduction.
2:28pm
Rep. Wachs. Building budget slams universities.
9:30am
Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. Lottery advertising: You be the judge. Or the statistician.

2:56pm
Janesville Gazette. Most taxpayers will see average $44 cut under Walker budget.
12:32pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin Republicans consider income and sales taxes for roads.
11:35am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. UW-Madison wins, UW-Milwaukee and Parkside lose under Scott Walker's performance funding plan.
4:17am
Wisconsin State Journal. Robin Vos: One-off shift is no transportation fix, but recurring shift might be.
4:15am
Wisconsin State Journal. State official: Proposal to move for-profit college regulator won't weaken oversight.
4:09am
Daily Cardinal. State Republican Senator offers support of budget in campus visit.
4:08am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Harsdorf hopes for budget hearing in region.
4:07am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Cost of I-39 expansion south of Madison balloons to nearly $2 billion.

Legislative

2:40pm
Sen. Stroebel. Testimony on AB-70.
1:20pm
Speaker Vos. Statement on NCSL national award to Legislature.
11:25am
Reps. Pope, Hesselbein; Sen. Risser. Legislators introduce "Compassionate Choices" bill.
11:07am
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Legislature begins to address lead in drinking water.
10:52am
Rep. Hutton, Sen, Kapenga. Introduce bill to provide accountability in government leasing contracts.
9:33am
Rep. Hesselbein. On International Women's Day: Let's #BeBoldForChange.
9:18am
Sen. Taylor. Mandatory reporting bill small step in a long journey.
4:50am
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Commends Assembly for passing 'Right to Try' legislation.

11:50am
Janesville Gazette. Democrats propose legalizing assisted suicide in Wisconsin.
4:12am
Wisconsin State Journal. Bill to OK possession of CBD oil heads to Scott Walker.
4:05am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Assembly passes cannibidiol oil bill to help young patients.
4:04am
Cap Times. Wisconsin Assembly unanimously approves bill to ease access to CBD oil.
4:03am
WQOW. Wisconsin Senate passes prison guard abuse reporting bill.

State Agencies

5:17pm
Gov. Walker. Building Commission approves projects.
2:57pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. $2.5 million invested in community projects.
2:12pm
DOT. Governor Walker approves over $1.9 million for design and construction projects at Dodge County Airport.
1:54pm
DATCP. Consumer Protection Week, day three: Telecommunications.
4:48am
Wisconsin Builders Association. Responds to continued false claims made by Wisconsin State Fire Chiefs Association regarding the expansion of certain electrical devices in newly constructed one and two family homes.

2:47pm
Chippewa Herald. New $75 million crime lab, 1800s beer garden approved.
11:53am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin investigators wrongly said Lincoln Hills probe had ended.
5:15am
WISN. Fire officials fear electrical code amendments will lead to more injuries, deaths.
4:06am
Wisconsin Public Radio. New state crime lab goes under Building Commission microscope.
4:01am
WISC. Wisconsin AG addresses drug theft from state pharmacies, unveils new deterrence plan.
4:00am
Fox 11. Schimel reveals new plan to reduce pharmacy robberies in Wisconsin.

Statewide

5:19pm
Rep. Subeck. Recognizes International Women's Day.
3:28pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Omokunde. Stands in solidarity with women.
9:11am
One Wisconsin Now. Statements regarding today's Day Without Women action.
4:49am
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Wisconsin women represent at NFU Women's Conference.

4:14am
Duluth News Tribune. U.S. reports low pathogenic bird flu outbreak in Wisconsin.
4:13am
Cap Times. Activists prepare for 'A Day Without Women' activities at Wisconsin Capitol.

Courts

2:45pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Calendar and case synopses, March 2017.
9:17am
District II Court of Appeals. State v. Diamond J. Arberry.
9:16am
District II Court of Appeals. DWD v. LIRC.

11:42am
AP. Republicans shoot down changes to concealed carry law.
4:36am
Cap Times. Paul Soglin plans to appeal Supreme Court ruling on concealed weapons in Metro buses.

Education

2:21pm
UW-Stout. Social science at the equator.

4:10am
Cap Times. UW-Madison officials attribute jump in sex assault reports to outreach efforts.

Local

4:07pm
UW-Madison. App offers fast track for inserting photos into medical record.
4:00pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Signs letter of intent for 287g program.
12:31pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Dimitrijevic. County Board gets in the driver's seat to operate streetcar.

4:11am
Sun Prairie Star. Supervisors want 'dark store' tax loophole closed.
4:02am
CBS 58. "It's not a fair system and it needs to be fixed:" vote held on 'dark store' tax loophole.
3:59am
WKBT. Business organizations say 'no' to premiere resort area tax.

Congress

2:10pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Statement on TrumpCare.
1:08pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Remarks on reforming the investor visa program.
12:52pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Reintroduces bill to designate Wisconsin's Ice Age Trail a unit of the National Parks System.
12:26pm
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Senators introduce bipartisan legislation to protect whistleblowers.
11:47am
One Wisconsin Now. Republican congressional delegation owes Wisconsin answers about TrumpCare.
11:19am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Cosponsors bipartisan legislation to safeguard JCCs and other faith-based community centers.
9:43am
RPW. ICYMI: U.S. Rep. Kind ignores veterans in danger at Tomah VA Hospital.
9:15am
Rep. Kind. Statement on health care repeal bill. 

4:37am
Daily Reporter. Trump to roll back federal fuel-economy requirements.
4:19am
Politico. Paul Ryan's individual mandate.
4:10am
La Crosse Tribune. Obamacare repeal bill could hit Wisconsin's Planned Parenthood clinics.

Politics

4:13am
CNN. These women marched against Donald Trump. Now they're running for office.

Tuesday March 7, 2017

Governor

11:26am
Wisconsin State Fire Chiefs Association. Wisconsin firefighters and others call on governor to step in to protect state families from future electrical fires in new home building.
10:54am
Gov. Walker. Appoints Sergeant Mark Westen as Langlade County Sheriff.

Budget

4:37pm
DATCP Sec. Brancel. Governor Walker's budget works for rural Wisconsin.
9:41am
Forest Stewards Guild. Statement on elimination of funding for Wisconsin's forests.

12:48pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Domestic partners could lose Wisconsin health coverage now that same-sex marriage is legal.
10:13am
Daily Cardinal. Experts, political leaders condemn Walker's proposal to eliminate 'farm-to-school' coordinator.
4:59am
Daily Reporter. Editorial: Government is trying to hide from you.
4:39am
Daily Cardinal. Three-year degree pathways could be ineffective, but help some at UW.
4:23am
WISC. Things to know about Wisconsin's state budget deficit.

Senate Floor Session

12:46pm
Sen. Johnson. Juvenile justice reform moves forward.
12:17pm
State Public Defender. State Senate confirms Beloit's Regina Dunkin to the Public Defender Board.
12:15pm
Sen. Feyen. Constitutional amendment resolution to eliminate the office  of State Treasurer passes Senate.

12:34pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Senate votes to ax office of state treasurer; Measure could go to voters next year.
12:33pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Senate votes to eliminate treasurer's job.
12:24pm
Fox 6. Wisconsin Senate votes to eliminate the office of state treasurer.

Assembly Floor Session

5:22pm
Rep. Felzkowski. Half-gallon fuel bill passes Assembly.
5:21pm
Rep. Tittl. Votes to give patients hope.
5:13pm
Rep. Ballweg. Assembly passes Right to Try bill.
5:02pm
Rep. Edming. Votes to expand treatment options.
4:56pm
Sen. Marklein. "Due Dates" bill moving quickly to Governor Scott Walker for signature.
4:51pm
Rep. Krug. Celebrates a victory for families.
4:39pm
Rep. Taylor. Legislature focused on band aids, not solutions.
4:36pm
Rep. Snyder. Right to Try passes Assembly floor.
4:35pm
Rep. Rob Brooks. Supports patient choices.
4:33pm
Rep. Subeck. Assembly Republicans refuse to consider "Buy Wisconsin" bill.
3:55pm
Rep. Allen. Votes for CBD oil bill.
3:54pm
Rep. Loudenbeck. Bill passes Assembly.
3:26pm
Sen. Wanggaard. Statement on final passage of CBD use bill.
3:24pm
Speaker Vos, Rep. Rodriguez. Assembly welcomes Mexican Consulate to Capitol.

Legislative

4:39pm
Sen. Darling. Satement on latest threat against JCC.
4:32pm
Rep. Kolste. Introduces emergency prescription refill bill.
1:17pm
Sen. Craig. Reacts to Justice Thomas' statement on civil asset forfeiture. 
1:15pm
Sen. Stroebel. Bills pass the Wisconsin State Senate.
11:27am
Sen. Vukmir. Wisconsin Senate Republicans ask U.S. Senators for vote on Neil Gorsuch for SCOTUS. Letter.
10:53am
Sen. Shilling. Be bold for change.
10:09am
Rep. Ballweg. Announces new legislative website.
10:00am
Sen. Craig. Authors bill to place Inspector General in the DOT.

10:28am
Wisconsin Watchdog. Bill brings inspector general to troubled transportation department.
5:42am
Beloit Daily News. Wisconsin Assembly to vote on 'right to try' bill.
5:00am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Guards at juvenile prison complex would become mandated reporters under measure.
4:45am
WQOW. Wisconsin Senate to vote on eliminating state treasurer.
4:37am
WTMJ. Proposal would mandate Narcan be stocked in Wisconsin schools.
4:33am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin Assembly to vote on approving marijuana extract.
4:33am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin Senate set to vote on youth prison reporting bill.
4:29am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Current, former state treasurers feud over plan to eliminate office.
4:24am
WBAY. OWI legislation could require blood draws for first offense.

State Agencies

3:23pm
AG Schimel. And Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin team up for prevent pharmacy robberies.
3:22pm
DATCP. National Consumer Protection Week: Knowledge is power in rental relationships.
1:39pm
DNR. Weekly news.
11:00am
Ready Wisconsin. Be ReadyWisconsin when you spring forward.
9:47am
Wisconsin Historical Society. Last chance to submit nominations for the 2017 Board of Curators Awards.
9:39am
WEDC. Awards $700,000 in grants to support local efforts to provide seed funding for startups.

4:43am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin Elections Commission member Millis resigns.
4:35am
Cap Times. King veterans home fails to meet three federal standards, including one instance of abuse, according to federal survey. Wisconsin State Journal.
4:28am
Portage Daily Register. Mental health key concern for law enforcement, AG hears.

Economy/Business

5:12pm
Sens. Shilling, Bewley. GOP agenda is failing Wisconsin families.
3:58pm
DWD Sec. Allen. Issues statement on new BLS Employment and Wage Report.
1:43pm
Rep. Hintz. Money for nothing: Wisconsin loses 4000 more manufacturing jobs as Republican tax giveaway approaches $300 million a year.
10:06am
NEWaukee. 2017 Bubbler Award winners announced.

12:21pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin ranks 32nd in private sector job growth.

Environment/Outdoors

4:58am
Beloit Daily News. DNR sees increase in rates of wasting disease in Rock County.

Statewide

1:19pm
Arts Wisconsin. Arts Day 2017 | March 9, 2017.
1:18pm
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Wisconsin well-represented at National Farmers Union Convention in San Diego.
11:36am
Central Sands Water Action Coalition. We need to find a balance to protect our waters.
9:43am
Freedom from Religion Foundation. Scores big in Indiana nativity lawsuit.

12:37pm
Retuers. Wikileaks says it has trove of secret CIA hacking tools.
5:40am
CNN. Alzheimer's: The disease that could bankrupt Medicare.
4:27am
WJFW. Mental health counselors who treat clients with Medicaid suffer financially.

Courts

8:59am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Wisconsin Carry, Inc. v. City of Madison.

9:03am
Janesville Gazette. Supreme Court: Weapons allowed on Madison buses.
4:44am
WXPR. Lead plaintiff: Wisconsin redistricting lawsuit has national implications.

Education

3:55pm
UW-Stout. Employment rate for graduates hits 97.4%, up third year in a row.
1:05pm
UW-Madison. Citizen observations help inform Arboretum's annual account of spring.

4:40am
La Crosse Tribune. University of Wisconsin moves to let students use food stamps in dining halls.
4:38am
Wisconsin Public Radio. UW-Oshkosh Foundation may face bankruptcy after helping build a biodigester.
4:30am
Daily Cardinal. 325 sexual assaults reported at UW-Madison last year, a jump of over 100.

Local

3:25pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Announces innovative program to clean up our lakes in partnership with family farms.

4:25am
WKOW. Madison immigration lawyers speak about travel ban impact on local families.

Congress

4:40pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Announces Sauk County town hall.
4:37pm
DPW. What they're saying about Speaker Paul Ryan and the House GOP's health care bill.
12:47pm
DPW. Less coverage, higher costs, huge tax giveaways to those at the top. This took six years?
11:48am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Condemns threats to Jewish Community Centers.
9:44am
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin. House Republicans propose plan to leave millions without access to health care.
5:46am
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Chairman Johnson, Alexander applaud passage of resolution to roll back harmful blacklisting regulation.

11:32am
U.S. News & World Report. Walker signals more work needs to be done on health overhaul.
11:19am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker calls health care bill 'important first step.'
11:18am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. House corporate tax shift leaves some Wisconsin Republicans, businesses uncertain.
10:58am
Racine Journal Times. NOAA cuts would hit Wisconsin weather, water safety and jobs.
5:19am
The Hill. ObamaCare repeal would defund Planned Parenthood.
5:16am
The Hill. House GOP bill repeals ObamaCare taxes-with one exception.
5:01am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Reince Priebus is drawing criticism for her performance as chief of staff to President Donald Trump.
4:36am
WTMJ. Sen. Johnson hasn't received potatoes from Cards Against Humanity.
4:32am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Kind takes Trump to task.
4:28am
Bloomberg. Republicans unveil health care bill to bridge gaps in party.

Local Politics

11:21am
Karofsky for Dane County Judge. Judge Everett Mitchell endorses.

Monday March 6, 2017

Governor

4:36am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: What the next sheriff should bring to the job.

Budget

4:45am
NBC 26. Debate over funding road projects in Wisconsin heating up as projects outnumber funds.
4:42am
Wisconsin State Journal. UW-Madison could see smaller share of new spending on higher education.
4:41am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Keep court oversight free of bias, conflict.
4:40am
New York Times. Editorial: When statehouse politics embarrass the nation.
4:35am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: More bad news on the state of our roads.
4:30am
Wisconsin Watch. Families, experts wary of Gov. Scott Walker's plan to abolish Parole Commission.
4:29am
Sheboygan Press. Editorial: Keep public notices in newspapers.

Legislative

4:20pm
Rep. Jarchow. Column: I screwed up and I'm sorry.
2:19pm
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Conservation NOW: March 6, 2017.
12:34pm
OCI. Bulletin: Extension of transitional health insurance plans through December 31, 2018.
10:42am
Rep. Zimmerman. Releases Zimmerman Connect.
5:50am
Rep. Sargent. Statement on reports of high lead content in local schools.
5:41am
Rep. Nygren. City of Marinette to receive funding for harbor park.

4:30am
Pierce County Herald. Lawmakers address heroin, meth epidemic in Wisconsin.

State Agencies

1:01pm
DATCP. "Yes" scams and a closer look at 2016 telemarketing complaint numbers.
9:44am
DNR. Applications for Wild Turkey, Pheasant, and Waterfowl Stamp funding due April 12, 2017.
5:42am
DOT Sec. Ross. Statement on cancellation of I-39/90/94 Madison to Portage study and I-90/94 Portage to Wisconsin Dells study.

4:30pm
Fox 11. Stockbridge-Munsee tribe threatens to stop casino payment.
1:44pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Tribe threatens to withhold state payment, ratcheting up clash over Shawano County casino.
4:46am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin's DNR tentatively OKs sand plant tied to wetlands loss.
4:39am
Racine Journal Times. Public criticized DNR, Scott Walker over climate change scrub.
4:37am
Wisconsin State Journal. Head of embattled King veterans home reassigned. Cap Times.

Economy/Business

4:43am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Whitewater protesters oppose oil pipeline proposal.

Environment/Outdoors

4:44am
Beloit Daily News. Michigan to offer prize in fight against invasive Asian carp.

Statewide

11:39am
Citizens Utility Board. Hires new Executive Director.
9:09am
PDPW. Next week: Business Conference to feature 10 producer panels.
9:08am
Wisconsin Alliance for Women's Health. Women's Health Leader Awardees announced.

5:15am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Medical tourism taking wing as U.S. patients fly abroad for treatment.
4:31am
Cap Times. Doctors prepare to use smarter prescription drug tracking system.

Courts

5:27am
WJFW. Leaders in the fight against gerrymandering visit the Northwoods.

Education

4:05pm
UW-Rock County. Fall 2016 graduates announced.
2:56pm
Marquette University. To host 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' conference in April.
10:44am
Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. Voters approved $1.35 billion in school borrowing last year.
10:43am
UW-Stout. Everend video game about an owl wins national Intel contest.

9:58am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin school districts' debt soars after $1.35 billion in new borrowing.
4:34am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Private green energy deal did not mean gold for UW-Oshkosh.
4:34am
Daily Cardinal. At Madison, tradition of shared governance overshadows state changes.

Local

5:49am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Operation Drive Sober results in 14 arrests, wrong way driver.

10:45am
U.S. News & World Report. Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett says city is 'thriving.'

Congress

1:45pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. What they're saying...Sensenbrenner: The king of town hall meetings.
11:56am
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Town hall weekend wrap-up: March 3-5.
11:37am
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Statement on Trump's 2nd round attempt at unconstitutional Muslim ban.
10:57am
One Wisconsin Now. Paul Ryan's cowardly support for Muslim ban.

2:02pm
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Dairy farms fear Trump's immigration policies.
11:05am
The Hill. Trump issues revised travel ban.
5:14am
Wisconsin State Journal. U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner faces opposition at town hall gathering.
4:49am
The Hill. House, Senate leaders avoid holding town halls.
4:48am
Beloit Daily News. Pence meets local business leaders.
4:47am
Beloit Daily News. Great Lakes mayors warn against cut to ecological initiative.
4:43am
Cap Times. Ron Johnson: Jeff Sessions doesn't have 'a dishonest bone in his body.'
4:28am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Great Lakes restoration would be gutted in early White House plan.

Politics

2:01pm
Wisconsin Lottery. One $1 million Royal Millions instant ticket remains.
5:16am
Chippewa Herald. After running three school districts, Lowell Holtz has his eyes on all of Wisconsin.
4:38am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ryan, Walker fire up Waukesha County GOP.
4:32am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Determination fuels rise of Wisconsin's Jason Rae in national Democratic politics.

Friday March 3, 2017

Budget

4:29pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Has Wisconsin's well-worn road funding debate finally reached a turning point?
4:13pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Sen. Scott Fitzgerald seeks other funding source for Wisconsin's roads.
4:07pm
Janesville Gazette. Senate leader wants to pour more tax dollars into roads.
1:11pm
Daily Reporter. Walker pulls back on building reins in recent capital budgets.
4:51am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Mental health staff short in Wisconsin schools.
4:45am
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker proposal spurs fight over how to publicize government business.

Legislative

3:41pm
Wisconsin Potato & Vegetable Growers Association. Support Senate Bill 76.
3:40pm
Rep. Considine, Rep. Wachs. Issue statement on I-39/90/94 corridor study.
3:09pm
Rep. Crowley. When Clarke shows you who he is, believe him.
3:08pm
WMC. Rep. Joel Kleefisch receives state chamber's "Working for Wisconsin" award.
3:07pm
WMC. Rep. Todd Novak receives state chamber's "Working for Wisconsin" award.
2:31pm
Sen. Vukmir. To host listening session.
2:30pm
Rep. Thiesfeldt, Sen. Stroebel. Column: Modernizing meeting minutes.
10:07am
Association of Wisconsin Tourism Attractions. Statement on I-39/90/94 transportation project delay.
5:29am
Rep. Nygren. Testifies at special session public hearings.

4:21pm
Beloit Daily News. Republicans target faculty's deal with Planned Parenthood.
4:05pm
U.S. News. & World Report. Tourism official rips decision to drop interstate expansion.
4:05pm
WISC. Fitzgerald troubled by UW system campus, foundation relationships.
4:52am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Assembly matches Senate high-capacity wells bill.
4:49am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin lawmakers want to rein in utility profits.
4:40am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Lawmakers hear proposals to fight state's drug epidemic.
4:38am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Democrats: Shift taxes from middle class to rich.
4:36am
WISC. Bill would forgive student loans for farmers.
4:35am
WJFW. Senate committee unanimously passes Lincoln Hills bill.

State Agencies

1:19pm
OCI. Administrative Actions February 2017.
1:15pm
DNR. Public hearings and meetings.
5:27am
DNR. Outdoor Report.

Economy/Business

5:26am
Boardman & Clark. Labor & Employment Update.

4:06pm
Cap Times. Unemployment in Wisconsin: Better than national averages, worse for African-Americans.
10:09am
Milwaukee Business Journal. A visit to a growing tech haven - Northwestern Mutual.
4:42am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin wages rise as job growth slows.

Environment/Outdoors

4:32pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Study finds human, cattle viruses in Milwaukee River.
5:08am
Stevens Point Journal. CWD: 'The worst thing you can do is nothing.'

Statewide

4:23pm
March of Dimes. Observes World Birth Defects Day.
1:14pm
WI Sustainable Business Council. Appleton Coated attains Green Master Award for 6th consecutive year.
11:03am
Alzheimer's Association, Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter. Executive Director Tom Hlavacek to retire in 2017.

Courts

4:27pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Accepts 12 new cases.
11:05am
Supreme Court of WI. Milwaukee County Family Drug Treatment Court draws national support.

4:42am
Beloit Daily News. Suit over Milwaukee road project cites impact on minorities.
4:41am
Fond du Lac Reporter. State 23 expansion project still on hold.
4:36am
Reuters. Eleven U.S. states to drop suit over transgender bathroom order.

Education

5:27am
UW-Madison. Six women to be honored as 2016 Outstanding Women of Color.

4:46am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Study shows Wisconsin choice schools outperform traditional public schools.

Local

2:26pm
Milwaukee City Attorney. Notice of Intent to File Application for Appointment of a Receiver. Notice.
9:18am
Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport. New international arrivals facility takes off.
9:15am
St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care. Jewelry and chili sale warms up St. Ann Center.
9:14am
Milwaukee Alderwoman Coggs. To host Bucks jobs informational session March 9 at Hillside.

5:23am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Cops make weed low priority as meth, heroin 'destroy lives.'
5:10am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele said he was blindsided by latest reports of pension errors.
5:07am
Beloit Daily News. Great Lakes rail promoters ask for application extension.
4:48am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Waukesha rebrands water diversion; prepares for challenges ahead.
4:37am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Police chiefs oppose immigration enforcement duty.

Congress

2:27pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Senators re-introduce LifeBOAT Act.
1:20pm
DPW. Statement on Vice President Mike Pence visit to Janesville.
1:17pm
DPW. Rep. Debra Kolste and Dr. Katherine Gaulke praise the Affordable Care Act ahead of VP Mike Pence visit to Janesville.
11:06am
DPW. Statement on Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
10:04am
One Wisconsin Now. Memo to Paul Ryan: Invite only photo op does not equal town hall.
8:02am
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Blumenthal. Introduce legislation to protect access to reproductive care.

4:04pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Vice President Mike Pence in Janesville: 'Obamacare nightmare is about to end.'
3:39pm
The Hill. Wyden, Sensenbrenner lead February town halls.
4:51am
WBAY. Sen. Johnson holds telephone town hall, responds to AG controversy.
4:50am
The Hill. Senate Republicans eye repeal of Obama-era 'blacklisting rule.'
4:37am
Fox 11. House Appropriations Committee endorses building 3 LCS.

Politics

2:28pm
One Wisconsin Now. What does Lowell Holtz have to say about American Majority now? Nothing.

4:03pm
Fox 11. Fitzgerald still pondering U.S. Senate run.
5:08am
Wisconsin State Journal. David Clarke: 'Haven't totally closed the door' on U.S. Senate run.
4:47am
Wisconsin State Journal. Report: Record $28.1 million spent on Wisconsin legislative races in 2016.

Thursday March 2, 2017

Governor

11:51am
Gov. Walker. Weekly Radio Address: Greater access, more affordable healthcare options for everyone.
11:12am
Sen. Carpenter. Go bigger and bolder by decreasing prescription drug prices.
9:03am
Gov. Walker. Tells House Republicans to "go big and bold."

Budget

2:37pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. In small Wisconsin towns, paved roads return to gravel.
2:16pm
Cap Times. Scott Walker: State should find transportation savings in changing road use trends.
2:10pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Rural school administrators weigh in on Walker's school funding plan.
4:49am
Kenosha News. Kleefisch touts Walker budget, local growth.
4:45am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gov. Scott Walker: Wisconsin road projects may be scaled back to save money.

Legislative

3:58pm
Rep. Macco. Assembly Democrats just don't get it.
3:57pm
Rep. Jacque. Announces budget listening sessions
3:53pm
WHEDA. State Senator Alberta Darling and Representative Evan Goyke join WHEDA Board.
3:50pm
Rep. Vruwink. Democratic Weekly Radio Address: "Redistricting Should Not Be Partisan, Costly or Secretive."
3:41pm
Voces de la Frontera. Wisconsin Republicans reintroduce anti-immigrant legislation that sparked uprising.
2:30pm
UW-System. Leaders testify in support of substance abuse recovery school bill.
2:25pm
Rep. Hebl. Voices support for bill aimed at fighting for families across Wisconsin.
2:08pm
Rep. Zamarripa.  Statement on Fighting for Families legislation. Spanish Release.
2:04pm
Speaker Vos. Statement on Assembly Democrats' tax and spend plan.
1:01pm
Rep. Subeck. Will reintroduce Healthy Babies, Working Mothers Act to support nursing mothers in the workplace. LRB-1206.
12:33pm
Rep. Anderson. Wisconsin progressives propose tax break for middle class families.
12:09pm
Sens. Stroebel, Cowles; Reps. Ott, Neylon. Lawmakers release "Ratepayers First" proposal. LRB-0600.
12:04pm
Rep. Young. Celebrates Dr. Seuss birthday by reading to students at Hopkins Lloyd Elementary School.
11:55am
Reps. Taylor, Subeck. Unveil middle class tax cut legislation. LFB Memo.
11:53am
Rep. Crowley. Progressive tax reform common sense for Wisconsin.
11:52am
Rep. Macco. Announces budget listening sessions.
11:34am
Rep. Berceau. Democrats eliminate corporate welfare, provide middle-class tax relief.
11:24am
Rep. Sargent. Progressive tax reform plan helps middle class Wisconsinites.
10:10am
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Audit hearing highlights problems and way forward with transportation.
5:11am
Rep. Loudenbeck. Sends letter to Surface Transportation Board. Letter.

2:17pm
La Crosse Tribune. Lawmaker urges Assembly panel to approve opioid bills.
2:15pm
Wisconsin State Journal. New bill has one less protection for Wisconsin lakes near high-powered wells.
2:12pm
U.S. News & World Report. GOP lawmakers want review of We Energies contracts.
11:21am
Chippewa Herald. Wisconsin Republicans try again to stop sanctuary cities.
4:51am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State lawmaker calls for balanced budget amendment to U.S. Constitution.
4:36am
WJFW. Northwoods schools support new bill for local control in school start date.

State Agencies

3:51pm
DWD. Wisconsin Fast Forward grants application deadline extended to March 31.
1:16pm
Wisconsin Lakeshore Business Association. Statement on lake trout bag limits and season length.
11:19am
DWD. Wisconsin private-sector quarterly wages grow by 7% year over year; 25,608 private-sector jobs added during year ending in September 2016.
10:10am
DATCP. Keep Your Kids Safe newsletter - March 2017.
5:13am
DNR. Natural Resources Board approves new carcass tag procedure.
5:13am
DNR. Natural Resources Board approves expanded Lake Michigan lake trout bag limits.

4:37am
WISC. Other city vying for F-35 jets tries to give Madison a run for its money.

Economy/Business

12:25pm
WMC. Live from Business Day in Madison, CNBC highlights manufacturing.
10:04am
Northwestern Mutual. Celebrates 160 years of delivering financial security to millions of clients.

5:17am
WTMJ. Report: Wisconsin has one of worst real-estate property tax in U.S. 
4:50am
Madison.com. Why deporting undocumented immigrants could slow U.S. economy.

Statewide

3:56pm
Wisconsin Firearm Owners. Time for constitutional carry.
10:42am
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Wisconsin hospitals continue to improve quality, reduce infections, increase value.

5:18am
Chicago Tribune. Ban on Irish butter in Wisconsin sends shoppers across state lines.

Courts

11:16am
ACLU of Wisconsin. Three environmental justice groups ask court to block I-94 expansion.
8:40am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Citizens need to keep pressure on as gerrymandered legislative district maps lawsuit to be considered by U.S. Supreme Court.

Education

10:43am
DPI. Global Youth Summit provides international opportunities.
10:07am
UW-Stout. Celebration of Baldrige, polytechnic anniversaries planned March 7.
9:14am
UW-Madison. Fast-track master's preps graduates for jobs in energy analysis.
5:09am
School Choice Wisconsin. Statement on WILL test score study.

5:06am
Stevens Point Journal. Vouchers fund record pay raises at Pacelli.
4:55am
Daily Cardinal. Milwaukee charter schools performed better than public schools on ACT, report shows. Wisconsin Watchdog.
4:39am
Wisconsin Public Radio. UW-Milwaukee's graduation gap among worst in the nation.
4:39am
WKBT. UWL planning staffing cuts after low international enrollment.

Local

5:08am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Outagamie prepares for major road projects.
4:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Felons could buy city-owned property under Milwaukee Common Council plan.
4:41am
CBS 58. Waukesha's plan to pump water from Lake Michigan gets an official name.

Congress

3:48pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Column: Protecting the border and American taxpayers.
3:46pm
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Johnson to Senate colleagues: Roll back the blacklisting rule.
3:44pm
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Concerned about effect of Obamacare replacement draft on employer-sponsored coverage.
2:06pm
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Hirono, Blumenthal. Lead 25 senators in urging Trump administration to make fighting hate crimes a major priority.
1:30pm
DPW. Americans agree with Sen. Baldwin, want a made in America economy.
11:59am
U.S. Rep. Pocan. And 121 members of Congress lead bipartisan letter urging the president to reinstate guidelines for transgender students.
11:18am
U.S. Rep. Senbrenner. What they're saying...town hall meetings. 
11:13am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Renews call for Attorney General Sessions to recuse himself and appoint independent special counsel.
10:44am
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Congressional Progressive Caucus calls for Attorney General Sessions to resign.
10:05am
One Wisconsin Now. Three questions Sen. Ron Johnson must answer on Sessions scandal.

12:48pm
Janesville Gazette. Vice President Mike Pence to appear at Blain Supply.
5:38am
USA Today. Widow testifies failed immigration system led to husband's slaying.
4:49am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Pocan: Trump's address had shift in tone, lacked policy specifics.
4:48am
Wisconsin State Journal. Vice President Mike Pence coming to Janesville on Friday. 
4:43am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Waukesha County sheriff tells U.S. Senate of Mexico's drug threat.
4:42am
Ripon Press. Recent town halls demonstrate increase in citizen participation, according to speaker.
4:37am
CBS 58. Milwaukee man receives cease and desist letter from Senator Johnson's office.

Federal Agencies

4:40am
Milwaukee Biz Times. DOL proposes delay to fiduciary rule implementation.

Politics

2:20pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Record $28 million spent in 2016 legislative races.

2:14pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin rural voters will be key again in 2018 when Scott Walker, Tammy Baldwin run
4:47am
CNBC. Scott Walker: Trump has work to do to keep the Wisconsin voters who helped him to the White House.

Wednesday March 1, 2017

Governor

4:21pm
Gov. Walker. Attends Business Day in Madison.

Budget

8:58am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin faces 'tidal wave' of costly roadwork delays.
5:35am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Don't fault star UW professors for concentrating on research.
5:18am
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker's budget would turn University of Wisconsin free speech statement into law.
4:45am
Daily Cardinal. Soglin knocks school nutrition program funding cuts.
4:25am
Superior Telegram. Governor's proposal threatens UWS clubs.

Legislative

4:05pm
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Member speak up at Farm and Rural Lobby Day.
3:46pm
Rep. Snyder. Applauds Assembly Health Committee for passage of Right to Try bill.
3:22pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Wisconsin GOP backs Article V Convention. No Dems alloiwed!
2:00pm
Rep. Nygren. Honored with the Dr. Nathan Davis Award for Outstanding Government Service.
12:24pm
Rep. Considine. Column: PSC appointment is concerning, but not the end of the road.
10:09am
Sen. Carpenter. Should "the Pottery Barn Rule" apply to damage caused by state highway's lack of repair?

4:25pm
Wausau Daily Herald. Wausau arts group in room tax limbo.
1:36pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin lawmakers take up cannabis oil seizure treatment bill.
1:31pm
Beloit Daily News. Changes sought to Wisconsin bill to help terminally ill.
5:17am
WXPR. Assembly bill would change Sept. 1 school start date.
4:48am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin lawmakers want to help new farmers pay off student loans.
4:47am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Lawmakers proposes expansion of good samaritan law to overdose victims.
4:37am
Cap Times. Lawmakers consider bill to require Wisconsin juvenile corrections officers to report child abuse.
4:29am
Beloit Daily News. Effort to eliminate Wisconsin state treasurer moving ahead. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
4:27am
Stevens Point Journal. Lawmakers mull high-capacity well bill.

State Agencies

3:52pm
DOT. Traffic crashes kill 34 people in Wisconsin in February.
3:41pm
DATCP. Milk Marketing Board nomination period opens.
3:21pm
WHEDA. Announces Capital Access Advantage.
12:21pm
DATCP. Another year, anther set of annual weights and measures results to celebrate.
11:36am
DOR, Unclaimed property matching program reconnects Wisconsinites with millions.

4:22pm
Wisconsin State Journal. DOT scraps study of interstate expansion from Madison to Wisconsin Dells.
3:33pm
DATCP. Nominations open for Wisconsin Cherry Board.
1:38pm
Janesville Gazette. DNR plans to present final CWD plan in December.
12:22pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Despite road damage, Wisconsin has welcomed heavy trucks.
4:36am
WISC. DOT abandons alternative routes east of I-39/90/94
4:26am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Where's my tax refund? Wisconsin says it might take three months.

Economy/Business

4:35am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin bank profits declined in 2016. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Statewide

1:11pm
Wisconsin Radio Network. Wisconsin 16th in U.S. News & World Report rankings.
4:59am
Fox 11. Menominee Indian Tribe challenges Back Forty Mine permit.

Courts

9:03am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. State v. David W. Howes.
9:02am
District II Court of Appeals. State v. Daniel J.H. Bartelt.

4:31am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Teen who received $300,000 settlement in Lincoln Hills abuse case charged with new offenses.

Education

1:10pm
UW-Madison. International Learning Community fosters global connections among residents.
1:09pm
UW-Stout. Dedicated to serving students.
12:55pm
UW-Madison. Dedication ceremony inaugurates Black Cultural Center on campus.
11:40am
UW-Stout. Watershed conference speakers March 9 include USDA official.
11:22am
Wisconsin Federation for Children. Wisconsin study shows choice program students outperform traditional public school students.
10:15am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. New study compares school performance in Milwaukee, across Wisconsin.
9:04am
UW-Madison. UW center helps determine Antarctica's highest temperatures.

4:33am
Dunn County News. Campus tobacco-free policy updated to include e-cigarettes.

Local

3:43pm
Milwaukee Ald. Johnson. Council passes resolution creating Early Education Task Force.
11:57am
Milwaukee County Board Chairman Lipscomb. Abele administration blocks efforts to understand impact of pension errors.
9:25am
Meteor Timber. Adds second, 178-acre conservation area to Monroe County plans; move creates largest wetland preservation and restoration effort in Wisconsin history.
5:23am
Madison Mayor Soglin. Madison Common Council approves pay hikes for employees with disabilities.

5:04am
WTMJ. Common Council asks Attorney General Sessions to expedite a review of Milwaukee Police Department.
4:50am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Eau Claire City Council: Living wage again stuck in limbo.
4:48am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Douglas County law enforcement seizing more heroin than ever.

Congress

1:24pm
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Johnson highlights horrific crimes committed by illegal immigrants at hearing Wednesday.
11:56am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Cosponsors bipartisan legislation to safeguard JCCS and other faith-based community centers.
11:24am
Holtz for State Superintendent. Applauds President Trump's call to fund school choice.
11:08am
U.S. Rep. Kind. Introduces bill to stop government from profiting off student loans.
9:01am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Reacts to President Trump's address.
5:27am
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Statement on Trump's presidential address.
5:26am
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Statement on the President's Joint Address to Congress.
5:26am
U.S. Rep. Kind. Statement on President Trump's address to Congress.
5:25am
RGA. Chairman Scott Walker: President Trump is delivering results for the American people.
5:24am
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Statement on President Trump's address to the Joint Session of Congress.
5:22am
RPW. Statement following President Donald Trump's address to a Joint Session of Congress.
5:21am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Statement on President's Joint Session Address.

5:01am
CBS 58. President Trump declares education a civil rights issue.
4:35am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin stands to gain from military spending hike.
4:32am
WISC. Ryan invites Wisconsin Republicans to Trump speech.
4:30am
Pierce County Herald. 'The law is silent, but we won't be'; Local political group hosts virtual town hall meeting.
4:28am
Cap Times. Tammy Baldwin attracting attention for her 'no' votes on Trump nominees.
4:27am
Bloomberg. Trump's softer tone masks hard road ahead for agenda in Congress.
4:24am
Ashland Daily Press. Duffy office hours draws crowd with variety of issues.

Federal Agencies

1:34pm
Chippewa Herald. Agency delays plan for keeping Asian carp from Great Lakes.

Politics

1:25pm
One Wisconsin Now. Do lawmakers still support lawbreaker candidate for State Superintendent of Public Instruction?

 

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