Wednesday July 17, 2019 - Updated 4:49pm

Governor

11:54am
Gov. Evers. Signs bill to reform sign language interpreting licensure system in Wisconsin.
8:49am
WEDC. Governor Evers will lead trade mission to Japan in September.

12:07pm
Fox 6. 'Critical first step:' Gov. Evers signs bill to reform sign language interpreting licensure system.

Budget

12:48pm
WFRV. Kaukauna mayor working to ensure bridge repair has "least possible cost to property owners."

Legislative

4:49pm
Rep. Zimmerman. Applauds healthcare development in Hudson.
2:48pm
Sen. Marklein. And senators ask DOT to fund local roads despite governor's veto.
1:36pm
Sen. Cowles. Great potential for Northeast Wisconsin with expo center groundbreaking.
1:35pm
Sen. Schachtner. And bipartisan colleagues introduce bill to grant gun safe sales tax exemption.
12:42pm
Sen. Tiffany. Column: President Trump's USMCA speech reminds us to focus on the economy.
12:02pm
Various Senators. Letter to DOT Sec.-designee Thompson regarding local road funding.
11:58am
Sen. Smith. Column: This is no time for legislators to rest.
9:13am
LAB. Report 19-11: Opportunity Schools and Partnership Program. Briefing Sheet.
4:24am
Rep. Vining. Continues fight for fair maps.

2:42pm
Wisconsin State Journal. GOP lawmakers urge scrutiny of proposed power line through southern Wisconsin.
4:16am
WKOW. Democrats push for redistricting proposal again, Governor Evers on board.
4:12am
WBAY. Grand Chute leaders get in heated exchange with lawmaker over dark store loophole.

State Agencies

11:59am
DWD. Awarded $1M Workforce Data Quality Initiative Grant from U.S. DOL.
11:57am
DNR. Asks boaters to be good neighbors & limit damaging wakes.

4:18am
WBAY. WI Veterans Affairs Secretary-designee touts money for vets in state budget.

Economy/Business

4:20am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin's minimum wage workers locked out of affordable housing.

Environment/Outdoors

4:14am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Study: Wisconsin could reach dangerous heat index levels by century's end.
4:12am
WQOW. Chronic wasting disease in local deer population prompts new hunting regulation recommendations.
4:11am
WBAY. USDA confirms 2nd wolf attack in Wood County.

Statewide

4:11am
AP. Federal data shows opioid shipments ballooned as crisis grew.

Courts

12:05pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Justice Stevens's dissent in Citizens United lives on!

4:13am
The Hill. Judge signs order permanently blocking citizenship question from 2020 census.

Education

4:48pm
DPI. Will hold hearings on proposed technical changes related to pupil transportation rules.
4:47pm
DPI. Department will hold hearing on finance statements.
2:51pm
Marquette University. Professor awarded $2.3 million grant for stroke research.
12:00pm
UW-Madison. Wild rice project seeds for university, tribal collaboration.

12:46pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. UW tuition fund balances down by more than half since tuition freeze.

Local

4:49pm
Waukesha County Exec. Farrow. Heat resources available to Waukesha County residents. 
1:33pm
BizStarts. Hosts Connections and Cocktails event with TEDx speaker Quentin Allums.
12:40pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. And City of Middleton announce completion of $1.5 million University Avenue construction project.
11:56am
Madison & Dane County Public Health. Residents advised to stay cool, hydrated, and connected during heat advisory.

4:14am
NBC 15. Madison explores possibility of e-scooters.

Congress

12:55pm
AP. Washington talks could soon yeild spending, debt deal.
4:21am
Wisconsin State Journal. Mark Pocan's visit to Florida migrant detention facility sparks more questions. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
4:19am
Politico. Progressives press Dem leaders to avoid divisive fight over Israel.
4:17am
Racine Journal Times. U.S. Sen. Johnson teams up with Democratic presidential candidate to 'Ban the Box.'
4:10am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Sean Duffy defends Trump against charge of racism while accusing four Democratic colleagues of being 'anti-American.'
4:09am
Fox 11. Northeast Wisconsin Republicans react to House's passed resolution.
4:08am
AP. House vote condemns Trump's tweets, draws some GOP support.

Politics

12:03pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. 2019 Supreme Court race cost record $8.2 million+

4:16am
U.S. News & World Report. Trump voters cringe and shrug at tweets while Democrats rage.

Tuesday July 16, 2019

Governor

4:08pm
Gov. Evers. Encourages Wisconsinites to take preventative steps ahead of expected dangerous heatwave.

11:13am
WEAU. Governor Evers approves U.S. 53 improvements in Eau Claire and Chippewa Counties.

Budget

9:40am
Rep. Brandtjen. Calls for veto override for work requirements for able-bodied adults.

2:23pm
WKOW. Gov. Evers: "We did the right thing" on budget, responds to critics.
8:52am
Racine Journal Times. County's roads get $3.5 million boost, state budget increased aid by 10%.

Legislative

4:59pm
Sen. Marklein; Reps. Tranel, Novak. Send plea to PSC to listen to residents on proposed Cardinal Hickory Creek transmission line project.
4:49pm
Rep. Hintz. Fair maps are needed for our democracy.
2:38pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. A democracy with fair play.
1:39pm
Rep. Shankland. To hold office hours on Friday.
12:57pm
Rep. Spreitzer. And Democrats continue call for nonpartisan resdistricting process.
12:38pm
Speaker Vos. Statement on Democrats' constitutional runaround.
12:37pm
Rep. Subeck. Statement on nonpartisan redistricting reform bill.
10:58am
Sen. Hansen. Announces introduction of bi-partisan bill to create non-partisan redistricting process.

2:22pm
Cap Times. Wisconsin lawmakers continue push for nonpartisan redistricting after SCOTUS ruling.
1:37pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gerrymandering opponents vow to pressure lawmakers as leaders signal legislation is dead.
11:14am
NBC 15. Wisconsin Democrats set to promote new redistricting plan.
3:46am
Racine Journal Times. 'We want to build relationships': RUSD, legislators meet to discuss initiatives.

State Agencies

4:07pm
State Treasurer Godlewski. And BCPL provide $2 million for economic development.
4:07pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Approved loans.
3:13pm
DATCP. Protect your pets and livestock from extreme heat exposure.
12:58pm
Wisconsin Lottery. A whole lotto #WINsconsin.
11:12am
DATCP. Producer-Led Watershed Protection Grant applications now available for 2020.
10:29am
WEDC. Fresenius Kabi chooses Kenosha County for regional distribution center.

3:59am
WKOW. DNR shifts focus from regulations to researching CWD.
3:51am
Fox 6. Wisconsin AG Josh Kaul asks for public input on official legal opinions.
3:49am
Kenosha News. Gov. Evers' cabinet designees in Kenosha to discuss budget issues.
3:44am
Wisconsin Public Radio. DNR positions will put priority on PFAS research near Marinette, Peshtigo.
3:39am
WKBT. Hundreds of guard soldiers deploying to Afghanistan.

Economy/Business

8:50am
Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce. Congratulates members on recent prominent awards.

3:49am
WKBT. Researcher: Wisconsin foreclosure rates lowest in 2 decades.
3:45am
Milwaukee Biz Times. WMC survey finds support for tariffs despite business harm.

Statewide

10:32am
We Energies. Stay cool with these money-saving tips.
10:30am
Wisconsin Office of Rural Health. New report examines obstetric delivery services in rural Wisconsin.
8:49am
Wisconsin's Green Fire. Releases report on nitrates in Wisconsin waters.
3:56am
Sierra Club. We Energies drops plan to tax solar customers after massive public outcry.

3:51am
WUWM. 5G wireless technology may be coming to Wisconsin, amid praise, concerns.

Education

11:48am
UW-Stout. More than 30 films to be featured at first Red Cedar Film Festival July 25-28.
11:31am
Marquette University. Professor honored with university's highest teaching honor.
10:47am
UW-Stout. Studying in Scotland put student back on track in the U.S.
10:00am
UW-Madison. IceCube: Antarctic neutrino detector to get $37 million upgrade.

Local

4:09pm
Madison Mayor Rhodes-Conway. Stretch of hot weather demands attention for health & safety.
12:56pm
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Mliwaukee County launches Balancing Act.

3:47am
Marshfield News Herald. Wisconsin Rapids' proposed anti-bullying ordinance isn't only law to fine parents.
3:39am
WQOW. Chippewa County highway fund replenished from expiring wheel tax.

Congress

11:58am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Introduces bipartisan reform to rebuild stronger roads and bridges following severe weather events.

3:42am
Daily Reporter. Trump signs order to make American-made goods more American.
3:40am
The Hill. White House projects $1 trillion deficit for 2019.
3:37am
Politico. Pelosi rejects short-term debt ceiling hike as budget talks extend.

Politics

4:10pm
RPW. ICYMI: Justice Daniel Kelly outraises challengers in Wisconsin Supreme Court race.

4:01am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Rep. Amanda Stuck says working class background an asset in congressional run.
3:48am
Appleton Post Crescent. Democrat Lee Snodgrass announces state Assembly campaign in District 57.

Monday July 15, 2019

Governor

4:03am
Beloit Daily News. Gov. Evers hires former Beloit School District official.

Legislative

11:42am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Tue, July 16, press conference on bills to ban gerrymandering in Wis.
11:08am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. "Iowa Model" redistricting reform legislation to be "rolled out" on Tuesday - July 16th.

4:11am
Chippewa Herald. With potential gap in funding for juvenile detention centers, counties in 'holding pattern.'
4:04am
WUWM. Wisconsin's water quality: People share concerns & propose solutions at Racine hearing.

State Agencies

2:00pm
Wisconsin Lottery. Weekend lottery winners.
1:52pm
DOT. Wisconsin DMV offers car buying tips.
9:17am
AG Kaul. Announces transparency reforms to opinion process.

1:58pm
WISC. Wisconsin Department of Justice releases website for public to question attorney general opinion.
1:55pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin DNR secretary doesn't expect more rules to manage CWD.
4:00am
Duluth News Tribune. Wisconsin secretaries tour Superior campuses.

Economy/Business

11:43am
Alliant Energy. Names Diane Cooke vice president of human resources.
11:11am
WMC. Tariffs are biting Wisconsin businesses, but the pain may be worth it.

1:56pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin, Upper Midwest look to crack into commercial hazelnut production.
4:24am
Reuters. Lockheed Martin plans to expand Milwaukee plant workforce by 15%.
4:04am
PBS. (Video) Wisconsin dairy farmers are struggling to stay afloat.
3:59am
Fox 11. Federal proposal may allow truckers to keep on truckin' longer.
3:57am
Fox 11. Looking to lawmakers: Former Shopko employees meet with Sen. Baldwin seeking severance.

Statewide

4:20pm
Quarles & Brady. Rikaela Greane elected to the Public Utilities Section Board of the Wisconsin State Bar.
2:03pm
We Energies. And RENEW Wisconsin reach settlement on solar energy issue.
11:09am
Alliant Energy. Be cool, control costs.

3:49am
Wisconsin Watch. Blacks arrested for pot possession at four times the rate of whites in Wisconsin.

Courts

8:08am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Attorney General Josh Kaul seeks to throw out lawsuit challenging Scott Walker's signature Act 10 union law.
3:50am
WKBT. Wisconsin's senators react to lawsuit that could strike down Affordable Care Act.
3:49am
Politico. Republicans ready to dive off a cliff on Obamacare.

Education

3:51pm
UW-Platteville. Strange honored with Nimocks Family Faculty Appreciation Award.
2:02pm
UW System Board of Regents President Petersen. UW System promotes student success, drives Wisconsin economy.
12:15pm
Marquette University. Law School to host seventh annual Summer Youth Institute.
12:09pm
UW-Stout. Made at UW-Stout mugs designed to delight visitors.

4:00am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Regents president announces 'aggressive' campaign to advocate for campuses.

Local

11:10am
Brown County Port & Resource Recovery Department. Strong shipping season continues.
4:26am
Milwaukee Ald. Murphy. Milwaukee's food grading system touted at the National Environmental Health Association annual conference.
4:19am
Milwaukee Council President Hamilton, Alderman Perez. It is time for I.C.E. terror raids to end.

8:07am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Cities brace for immigration raids: Milwaukee officials urge residents to 'know their rights.'
3:58am
Ashland Daily Press. Three years after storm, roads still in ruin.

Congress

2:56pm
U.S. Rep. Steil. Joins First District company at White House for Made in America Product Showcase.

1:59pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Republicans mostly quiet about President Trump's use of racist trope.
4:01am
WJFW. Sen. Tammy Baldwin meets Blackwell students fighting to save Forest Co. training center.
3:55am
WKOW. Wisconsin congresswoman tours immigrant center at border.
3:51am
The Hill. GOP struggles to find backup plan for avoiding debt default.

Politics

3:54pm
DPW. Scott Walker promises not to run for higher office, again.
8:09am
Snodgrass for 57th Assembly. Announces campaign for state Assembly.
4:21am
Stuck for 8th Congress. To run for Congress.

1:55pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Incumbent Dan Kelly outraises challengers in first haul of Wisconsin Supreme Court race.
4:26am
CBS 58. Why Democratic candidates say they can win in Wisconsin and resurrect the 'Blue Wall' in 2020.
4:02am
The Hill. Trump pitches new North America trade deal during stop in Wisconsin.
3:56am
Wisconsin State Journal. A political 'fight to the knife' over ethanol comes to Wisconsin.
3:54am
Green Bay Press Gazette. State Rep. Amanda Stuck to challenge U.S. Rep. Mike Gallagher for Congress.
3:51am
U.S. News & World Report. Donald Trump pushes trade deal in Wisconsin after unloading on Paul Ryan.

Friday July 12, 2019

Governor

10:07am
Wisconsin for Safe Technology. Governor Evers signs 5G bill, ignoring scientific experts.
10:04am
Gov. Evers. Announces appointment of Darrell Williams as Administrator of the Division of Emergency Management in the Department of Military Affairs.

Budget

2:17pm
LRB. Executive partial veto of Assembly Bill 56.
2:12pm
LFB. Estimated effects of school finance provisions for school districts under 2019-21 budget act.
11:37am
Rep. Pronschinske. Column: Disappointment in veto of local road funding.
10:07am
Rep. Kitchens. Disappointed with school aid veto.
10:05am
Wisconsin Policy Forum. Vaping trend a new cloud in state tobacco tax debate.
4:30am
Rep. Steineke. Weekly radio address: On Evers' budget vetoes.
4:25am
Rep. Brooks. Budget vetoes discourage individuals from joining the workforce.

11:26am
Wisconsin Public Radio. New dollars for respite care to strengthen connections among providers, caregivers.
11:25am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin's new e-cigarette tax small compared to other states, new report says.
4:43am
WBAY. Kaukauna officials wait for word on Veterans Memorial Lift Bridge funding.
4:18am
WTMJ. Memo: State of Wisconsin general fund $651M short heading into next budget.
4:12am
Fox 11. Fiscal bureau revises average income tax cut in state budget.

Legislative

3:02pm
Rep. Zamarripa. Statement on Trump's Wisconsin visit.
11:38am
Sen. Erpenbach. Column: Call for equal pay heard around the world, inspires a nation.
10:10am
Sen. Carpenter. Honoring the memory of Jeffrey Wischer, William DeGrave, and Jerome Starr.
10:09am
Sen. Markein. Column: Crossing the border to fill the tank.

11:28am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Lawmakers look to address 'staggering' diabetes costs in Wisconsin.
4:11am
Racine Journal Times. Assembly's water task force hears from area officials, public.
4:09am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin Democrats pin redistricting hopes on proposal in Legislature. 

State Agencies

11:35am
WEDC. Grant to assist small businesses on Milwaukee's Northwest side.
4:31am
DNR. Outdoor Report.
4:28am
Wisconsin Dairy Alliance. DATCP Board of Directors moving forward with public hearings on ATCP 51 revisions.
4:24am
DATCP Sec. Pfaff. Commends DATCP Board for approach to international trade, animal health, and livestock siting.
4:19am
DOA. Housing grant to help homeless announced.

4:08am
Appleton Post Crescent. Dairy Task Force 2.0: Group lays out path to a stronger Wisconsin dairy industry.
4:05am
Wisconsin Radio Network. State ag department seeks comments on changes to rules for large farms.

Economy/Business

1:10pm
Wisconsin Innovation Awards. Finalists announced.

Environment/Outdoors

4:13am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Great Lakes governors, premiers endorse Asian carp plan.
4:06am
Marshfield News-Herald. Wood County couple look to 'salvage' farm after wolf attack that killed 13 sheep.

Courts

2:14pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Accepts three new cases.

Education

1:09pm
UW-Stout. Board of Regents resolution honors retiring chancellor.
10:09am
UW-Eau Claire. To offer new biomedical engineering, public health programs.
10:03am
UW-Whitewater. Online programs ranked among best in the nation.
4:32am
UW-Madison. Mildred Fish-Harnack honored as hero of resistance to Nazi regime.

11:29am
U.S. News & World Report. UW's Cross tells Regents budget not enough.
4:15am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Regents unanimously approve UW System budget for 2019-20. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Local

3:01pm
PrideFest Milwaukee. Breaks attendance records for 8th consecutive year.

4:07am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Oshkosh Chamber suggests wheel tax for homeowners, special assessments for businesses.

Congress

2:16pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Joins introduction of legislation to stop the cruel and neglectful treatment of children at border.
1:11pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Statement on defense authorization bill.
12:09pm
Wisconsin AFL-CIO. Statement on the resignation of Labor Secretary Acosta.
11:39am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Calls on President Trump to stop making false claims about agriculture purchases from Mexico and China, and start telling Wisconsin farmers the truth.

11:32am
The Hill. GOP balks at White House push for standalone vote on debt ceiling.
4:04am
The Hill. Federal deficit jumps to $747B, likely to exceed $1T by September.
4:03am
The Hill. Trump slams Paul Ryan for 'atrocious' record: 'Couldn't get him out of Congress fast enough!'
4:01am
Politico. Trump abandons effort to add citizenship question to census.

Politics

4:36am
Fox 6. Democratic presidential candidates Warren, Sanders, O'Rourke and Castro make visit to Milwaukee.
4:11am
U.S. News & World Report. Trump to tout trade, economy in formerly blue Wisconsin.
4:10am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Democratic presidential hopefuls talk immigration, education in Milwaukee town hall.

Thursday July 11, 2019

Governor

4:39am
WEAU. Gov. Evers signs bill to allow cellular providers to upgrade to 5G technology in Wisconsin.
4:27am
WXOW. New bill clears path to specialized prescription drugs.

Budget

3:37pm
Rep. Magnafici. Governor's vetoes hurt northwest Wisconsin.
3:36pm
Rep. Macco. (Updated) Disappointed Gov. Evers partially vetoes 2019-21 budget.
2:41pm
LFB. 2019-21 and 2021-23 general fund budget.
2:40pm
LFB. Summary of partial vetoes of 2019 Wisconsin Act 9.
2:39pm
LFB. Individual income tax rate reductions under Wisconsin Acts 9 and 10.
2:38pm
LFB. Property tax estimates under 2019 Act 9.

Legislative

1:48pm
Sen. Erpenbach. Weekly Democratic Radio Address: U.S.A. Equal Pay.
12:54pm
Rep. Kolste. Introduces legislation to end surprise medical bills.
12:43pm
One Wisconsin Now. Speaker Robin Vos shuts down Assembly for his summer vacation(s).
4:58am
LRB. Legislating 5G: Wisconsin's next wireless generation.

4:35am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Republican, Democrat agree Wisconsin's prison system needs reworking.
4:34am
Fox 6. New bill would cover tech to help those who use wheelchairs stand up.
4:33am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Bill would allow Wisconsin Lottery winners to remain anonymous. Wisconsin State Journal.

State Agencies

2:26pm
Wisconsin Lottery. Busy day in lotto land.
12:43pm
ETF. Launches new website.
4:42am
ETF. Preliminary WRS investment performance.

4:28am
Milwaukee Biz Times. State's workforce, correction department heads call on employers to hire ex-offenders.

Economy/Business

10:46am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin farmers facing more pests, higher costs after late spring planting.
9:29am
Reuters. Wall Street banks bailing on troubled U.S. farm sector.
4:37am
WJFW. Blackwell Jobs Corps future still uncertain following employer open house.
4:25am
Focus Taiwan News. Hon Hai vows not to fall short on Wisconsin deal.
4:24am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Illinois-based pharmaceutical company to build plant in Pleasant Prairie. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Environment/Outdoors

4:36am
WXOW. States, provinces OK plan to protect Great Lakes from carp.
4:29am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Study: Wisconsin fish die-offs expected to rise, largely due to climate changes.

Statewide

1:46pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Call to action: 3 things you can do to ban gerrymandering in Wisconsin.
12:42pm
Wisconsin Bankers Association. WI hemp panel to feature federal regulator and WI district attorney.
4:42am
Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition. Disability groups promote voting accessibility during National Disability Voter Registration Week.

Courts

9:25am
Racine Journal Times. Foxconn trial moved to September; landowners to also fight in federal court.

Education

3:30pm
UW System. Reviewing student behavioral health services.
2:26pm
UW System. Empowers small business innovation.
12:41pm
Marquette University. Tom Teipel receives with Excellence in University Service Award.

4:31am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Student fees, room and board at most campuses would increase in proposed UW System budget.

Local

4:30am
Fox 11. Oshkosh proposes transportation fee.
4:26am
Janesville Gazette. County could put Medicaid expansion to referendum vote.
4:24am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Unequal violence, unequal justice: Homicide in one of America's most segregated cities.

Congress

3:49pm
Wisconsin Fair Trade Coalition. Statement on NAFTA regarding President Trump's visit to Milwaukee.
2:25pm
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Cornyn. Legislation to support veterans experiencing bankruptcy passes House Judiciary Committee.
10:53am
U.S. Reps. Gallagher, Kind. Introduce resolution recognizing veteran-to-veteran programs in Wisconsin.

2:21pm
Reuters. U.S. government posts $8 billion deficit in June.
9:21am
The Hill. Trump to announce executive action on census citizenship question.
4:38am
Politico. Mnuchin urges Congress to raise debt limit ceiling before August recess.
4:27am
WSAU. Baldwin: More must be done to preserve ObamaCare.

Politics

10:52am
Kelly for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Campaign off to strong start.
4:40am
DPW. ICYMI: Chair Ben Wikler: "Trump is putting health care on the ballot in 2020."

10:55am
Isthmus. Falling in line.
4:30am
WTMJ. President Trump going to Wisconsin to push for trade deal.

Wednesday July 10, 2019

Governor

3:37pm
Gov. Evers. Announces Nexus Pharmaceuticals to build sterile injectible manufacturing facility in Pleasant Prairie.
11:36am
Gov. Evers. Signs bill to allow cellular providers to upgrade to 5G technology in Wisconsin.

7:04am
News 8000. Evers signs drug step therapy bill.

Budget

1:15pm
Rep. Duchow. Says budget veto of local road funding irresponsible.
11:42am
Kids Forward. Budget bill fails to include remedies for Wisconsin's stark racial disparities.

5:53am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Respite care gets a boost from state budget.

Legislative

2:42pm
Rep. Loudenbeck, Sen. Kooyenga. Bill signed by Governor Evers.
1:52pm
Speaker Vos. Submits testimony on Lottery Privacy Act.
1:21pm
Rep. Tusler, Sen. Jacque. Bill fighting child pornography signed into law.
12:33pm
Rep. Zamarripa. Statement on LULAC convention.

5:54am
U.S. News & World Report. The latest: Evers calls veto amendment 'temper tantrum.'
5:47am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. GOP lawmakers spark new clash over Tony Evers' authority with constitutional amendment to limit veto power.
5:45am
Wisconsin Public Radio. GOP lawmakers propose limiting governor's veto power.

State Agencies

1:17pm
DOA. Madison power restored.
12:33pm
DOJ. DNA testing results for sexual assault kit leads to arrest for 2012 assault in Stevens Point.
11:41am
DOA. Downtown Madison experiencing power outage.
9:04am
DATCP. Fruit and vegetable growers encouraged to sign-up for pre-inspection review and field day events.

Economy/Business

7:04am
WJFW. Marathon Co. ginseng farmers differ on views of US-China trade war.
6:01am
Spectrum News 1. Wisconsin grape and wine production rising.

Environment/Outdoors

5:55am
U.S. News & World Report. Great Lakes water levels continue surge; 2 set records.
5:53am
USA Today. Global warming could mean fewer fish for sport fishing, more die-offs across US.

Statewide

3:59pm
Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition. Disability groups promote voting accessibility during National Disability Voter Registration Week.
3:13pm
WEC Energy Group. Corporate Responsibility Report highlights commitment to environment and community.
11:40am
WMC. Water Quality Coalition responds to recommend PFAS standard.
11:39am
Fair Rates for Wisconsin's Dairyland. July 10th is Lineworker Appreciation Day. Proclamation.

7:05am
News 8000. Insulin prices continue to climb: local pharmacists look to help people save money.
6:00am
Fox 11. Farm Aid concert returning to Wisconsin.

Courts

9:09am
WI Supreme Court. Office of Lawyer Regulation v. Robert Zapf.

Education

4:07pm
UW-Milwaukee. Nursing researcher awarded grant to study obesity in children with spina bifida.
3:58pm
UW-Madison. Small Wyoming dinosaur helps rewrite the evolutionary story of birds, flight.
2:41pm
UW-Stout. University history book available at new website, price.
1:52pm
UW-River Falls. New specialized MBA tracks available.
1:51pm
School Choice Wisconsin. Special Needs Scholarship Program grows again.
9:03am
Marquette University. Marquette ecology professor receives Way Klinger Fellowship in Science.

2:44pm
Baraboo News Republic. $72K grant will support mental health services at Baraboo schools.

Local

4:55pm
Milwaukee Ald. Perez. Council approves resolution calling for visas for parents and spouses of DACA or TPS recipients.
12:32pm
Milwaukee Ald. Perez. REVISED: Council approves ordinance protecting tenants in lead-exposure investigations.
11:38am
Dane County Treasurer Gallagher. Final installment of 2018 property taxes.
9:07am
Direct Supply. Milwaukee veterans fly high in WWII biplane July 12.

7:06am
Stevens Point Journal. Wolf attack on Wood County farm leaves 13 sheep dead.
6:03am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Council adopts ordinance preventing landlords from evicting tenants seeking to address lead.

Congress

4:22pm
U.S. Sen Baldwin. Helps introduce bipartisan resolution congratulating U.S. Women's National Soccer Team on historic victory, urges equal pay.
11:33am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Baldwni, Capito champion bipartisan reform to improve palliative and hospice care.
9:04am
U.S. Rep. Steil. First bill passes House of Representatives.

7:07am
Wisconsin Public Radio. US Rep. Bryan Steil's bill to help small business find investors gets a house vote.
7:06am
The Hill. Appeals court seems unsure on whether ObamaCare mandate is constitutional.
6:02am
The New York Times. 24 governors call on Trump to halt rollback on rules for clean cars.

Politics

1:50pm
One Wisconsin Now. Dan Kelly warns Wisconsin to beware of Justice Dan Kelly.
9:06am
Karofsky for Supreme Court. Campaign announces more than 600 donors in early campaign finance period.

7:02am
Yahoo News. Wisconsin could decide 2020. Inside the new Democratic plan to win it back.
5:44am
U.S. News & World Report. Kelly: beware of judges looking to legislate from bench.

Tuesday July 9, 2019

Governor

12:00pm
Gov. Evers. Signs bills relating to step therapy protocols, in-home dialysis distribution centers.

Budget

4:28pm
Rep. Quinn. REVISED: Says vetoes hurt rural areas.
1:03pm
Sen. Craig. Releases 'State Budget Protection Act.'

7:23am
News 8000. State superintendent discusses impact of state budget on education.
5:37am
WJFW. Tiffany: Evers' veto of extra money to Lakeland STAR Academy 'unconscionable.'
5:31am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Lawmakers: Budget falls short of long-term road funding solution.
5:30am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Evers says he vetoed Tesla budget provision because it was a 'payoff' to get deal passed.
5:28am
WBAY. Southern Bridge Project advocates feel uncertain after partial veto.
5:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Tony Evers finds more cash for teen correctional facilities, but says he may need more time to shut Lincoln Hills.

Legislative

4:56pm
Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Assocation. Praise bipartisan support of bill that protects families of fallen law enforcement.
3:40pm
Reps. Thiesfeldt, Taylor. Circulate bill creating sexual assault kit tracking system to safeguard rape victims.
2:40pm
Citizen Action of WI. State Legislature must take action to protect health coverage.
2:38pm
Sen. Darling. Governor signs step therapy bill.
1:51pm
Sen. Shilling. Health coverage for pre-existing conditions in jeopardy.
12:33pm
Rep. Nygren. Republicans expand and expedite care for Wisconsinites.
12:33pm
Wisconsin Step Therapy Coalition. Governor Evers signs bipartisan step therapy legislation into law.
12:03pm
WAFP. Governor Tony Evers signs step therapy legislation.
11:29am
Speaker Vos. Backs bill to support families of fallen officers.

7:22am
The Journal Times. Vos supports police legislation providing health insurance to families of fallen officers.
5:31am
U.S. News & World Report. Evers signs bill regulating electric scooters.

State Agencies

4:57pm

DNR. Secretary appoints Beth Bier to Deputy Secretary.

2:10pm
DNR. Weekly news update.
1:52pm
DNR. Public hearing to be held on the DNR's Surface Water Grant Program.
1:03pm
WI Lottery. Scratching the way to $1 million.
12:34pm
OCI. Administrative actions June 2019.
10:43am
WI Historical Society. Study finds historic preservation adds value to communities.
10:42am
WI Historical Society. Author Michael Stevens to give a talk at Wade House Historic Site on July 18.
10:39am
WI Historical Society. Discover the art of brewing ginger beer!
10:09am
DPI. Seeking public comment on draft standards for art and design.

Economy/Business

11:30am
BrightStar Wisconsin. Announces three new investments.

7:24am
CNBC. Wisconsin governor says Foxconn is again likely to miss job targets.
5:36am
CNBC. $15 minimum wage would boost pay for 17 million but 1.3 million would lose their jobs, CBO says.
5:27am
Fox 11. Tramontina announces closure of Manitowoc facility, eliminating 145 jobs.

Statewide

2:10pm
Wisconsin Family Council. Statewide pro-family group releases new publication.
10:00am
Wisonsin Institute for Law & Liberty. New hire: WILL adds former Deputy Solicitor General.

7:25am
Wisconsin State Journal. Middleton assisted living facility evicts 87-year-old after she goes on Medicaid.
5:35am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin regulators propose mandatory wasting disease tests.

Courts

9:05am
WI Supreme Court. Wisconsin Judicial Commission v. Leonard D. Kachinsky.

Education

12:35pm
UW-Stout. Board of Regents approves promotions, tenure for 29 faculty.
11:58am
UW-Stout. Professor plans display, programs for Apollo 11 anniversary.

5:33am
Wisconsin State Journal. UW-Madison student fees, room and board costs may go up next year.
5:32am
Channel 3000. UW regents ready to increase student fees, room-and-board costs.

Local

4:27pm
Milwaukee Ald. Bauman. Common Council approves ordinance regulating motorized scooters.
9:07am
City of Madison Engineering. City prepares for small cell expansion.
9:06am
Milwaukee Cty Sup. Martin. Supports plan to upgrade, repair youth facilities.
9:01am
Dane County Parks. Citizen science training opportunity: Bumble bee brigade.

7:24am
TMJ 4. Dowtown streetcar expansion stalled, may not make DNC deadline.

Congress

7:26am
AP. 23 governors join Calif. in opposing Trump mileage standards.
5:38am
AP. Barr sees a way for census to legally ask about citizenship.

Politics

5:36am
Channel 3000. Fuel makers launch ad criticizing Trump ethanol mandates in Wisconsin, 3 other swing states.
5:34am
WQOW. Five Democratic presidential candidates will be in Wisconsin this week.
5:26am
Fox 11. GOP: Trump headed to Milwaukee fundraiser this week.

Monday July 8, 2019

Governor

1:48pm
Gov. Evers. Signs electric scooter bill, expanding transportation options and attracting startup companies to Wisconsin.

Budget

2:45pm
Rep. Dittrich. Column: The Wisconsin budget.
2:43pm
Disability Rights Wisconsin. Commends key budget investments and notes unmet needs.
1:15pm
Rep. Snyder. Reflects on budget vetoes.
10:10am
Rep. Zimmerman. We've had the rug pulled out underneath us.
9:08am
Rep. Ballweg. Governor Evers signs the Wisconsin budget.
9:07am
Dane County Cities & Villages Association. Cities & villages applaud Governor veto of new quarry siting policy safeguarding the voice & participation of local citizens.
9:03am
Respite Care Association of WI. State budget includes increased funding for lifespan respite projects!
9:02am
Rep. Myers. Supports Governor Evers' partial vetoes.
9:02am
Wisconsin Public Education Network. "Profoundly disappointed" in K-12 budget.
9:00am
Rep. Sinicki. Governor's vetoes restore funds for Milwaukee.

5:45am
Fox 11. Evers veto leaves Kaukauna bridge with less funding, few options.
5:44am
The Capital Times. Implementation of drug screening requirements not affected by budget vetoes.
5:36am
Wisconsin Public Radio. School groups have mixed praise for new state budget.
5:35am
La Crosse Tribune. A look at Gov. Tony Evers' partial vetoes.
5:32am
Wisconsin State Journal. Critics question partial veto after Tony Evers used it to boost K-12 spending by $87 million.
5:29am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Tony Evers proves once again that Wisconsin governors have the broadest veto powers in the U.S.

Legislative

4:49pm
Sen. Schachtner. Highlights reponses, outreach to 8,000 constituent contacts.

5:39am
The Hill. Fight over vaccine exemptions hits state legislatures.
5:31am
WBAY. Wisconsin Republican Senate leader opposes medical marijuana.
5:30am
The Capital Times. State line Wisconsin Republicans dismiss impact of Illinois legalizing recreational marijuana.

State Agencies

4:28pm
WHEDA. WHEDA Foundation, Inc. announces 2019 Housing Grant Program Competition.
1:16pm
DOT. Governor Evers announces more than $145 million in payments to local governments.
12:00pm
WI Lottery. January's $5.9 Megabucks jackpot claimed.
10:50am
DWD Sec. Frostman. To host monthly podcast, "On, Wisconsin Workforce."

Economy/Business

5:34am
Milwaukee BizTimes. Wisconsin exports decline further in start of Q2.

5:50am
La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin utility regulators decline to consider climate impact of proposed natural gas plant.
5:37am
Fox 6. 'Knee-high by the Fourth of July' not proving true for some Wisconsin farmers.
5:33am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin ginseng growers hope China truce winds down trade war.
5:27am
U.S. News & World Report. Hemp revival: an opportunity for stressed Wisconsin farmers.

Statewide

4:31pm
Forward Analytics. Issues 2nd edition of The Green Book, a Book of County Facts.
3:54pm
Professional Dairy Producers. Behind-the-scene insights to leading dairy farms, PDPW innovation tours.
9:05am
Arts Wisconsin. Seeks nominations for 2019 Arts in the Community Awards.

5:46am
WUWM. On 'Foxconn Freeway,' deadly crashes & multiple delays.

Courts

5:47am
The Hill. ObamaCare repeal lawsuit faces major court test.

Education

4:27pm
UW-River Falls. Collaboration with Chinese university and RFSD continues.
3:36pm
UW-Stout. Assistant chancellor named examiner for Baldrige Award.
12:51pm
UW-Madison. Researchers probe cell division defects to gain insight into cancer.
12:50pm
UW-Madison. Simple 'smart' glass reveals the future of artificial vision.
11:59am
Marquette University. Plays host to COMPSAC 2019.
10:36am
UW-Stout. Sixteen students awarded Potential for Excellence Scholarships.
9:38am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Fights for school choice in rural Wisconsin.

5:26am
Wisconsin State Journal. UW-Madison may expand physician assistants program to another UW campus.

Local

10:51am
A Better Mount Pleasant. Foxconn eminent domain trial to start Wednesday in Racine County Circuit Court.
10:35am
NEWaukee. Night market lights up Wisconsin Avenue Wednesday.

5:49am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Delays to Milwaukee streetcar extension jeopardize funding source, Barrett administration says.

Congress

5:43am
Politico. Threat of budget disaster rises amid discord in both parties.
5:30am
Politico. DOJ says it will continue to explore path for citizenship question as Trump considers executive order.
5:25am
Wisconsin State Farmer. Trump threatens tariffs on European cheeses.

Wednesday July 3, 2019

Governor

3:55pm
Gov. Evers. Orders flags to half-staff as a mark of respect for Wisconsin Department of Military Affairs employee Nicholas Janz.
3:26pm
Gov. Evers. Signs marketplace bill ensuring the collection of sales tax from all online out-of-state retailers and cutting tax rates for the middle class.
11:55am
Gov. Evers. Promises made, promises kept: Gov. Evers signs Wisconsin's 2019-21 biennial budget into law. Veto Message.

Budget

5:00pm
Badger Institute. Wisconsin Aging Advocacy Network.
4:43pm
Rep. Felzkowski. Sen. Testin. Rep. Kerkman.
3:54pm
Coalition of Wisconsin Aging & Health Groups. AG Kaul.  Rep. Vining. Sen. Bernier. WISPIRG.
3:06pm
Sen. Darling. UW-River Falls. PROFS. Milwaukee Cty Ald. Johnson. Sen. Marklein. Sen. Tiffany.
2:45pm
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. American Federation for Children. Wisconsin State Public Defender.
2:08pm
Clean Wisconsin.  Madison Mayor Rhodes-Conway.
1:41pm
Rep. Emerson. Sen. Feyen. Wisconsin Alliance for Women's Health. LeadingAge Wisconsin.
1:36pm
Sen. Fitzgerald.  Rep. Steineke. Speaker Vos. Rep. Steineke.
1:16pm
Rep. Nygren. DATCP.  WDAA. Rep. Spreitzer. WHCA/WiCAL. The Arc Wisconsin.
1:04pm
Wisconsin Conservation Voters. Dairy Business Association. Rep. McGuire. Rep. Gruszynski. Rep. Sargent.
12:59pm
Rep. Neubauer. WASB. WALA. Disability Service Provider Network. Rep. Shankland.
12:36pm
WECA. Survival Coalition of Wisconsin.  Wisconsin BPDD.
12:10pm
State Superintendent Stanford Taylor.  Rep. Hesselbein. UW System. Sen. Hansen.
12:04pm
Sens. Erpenbach, Johnson & Reps. Taylor, Goyke. Sen. Ringhand. Rep. Bowen. Sen. Stroebel. Rep. Steffen.
11:43am
Incourage. One Wisconsin Now.  Aggregate Producers of Wisconsin. Sen. Shilling, Rep. Hintz.
10:27am
Rep. Pronschinske. Column: The road to improvement.

1:53pm
La Crosse Tribune. A look at Gov. Tony Evers' partial budget vetoes.
1:46pm
The Capital Times. Gov. Tony Evers signs first state budget into law after issuing 78 partial vetoes.
10:06am
The Capital Times. Local officials urge Gov. Tony Evers to veto quarry blasting provision in budget.
6:22am
The Journal Times. Budget provision would limit local control over quarries.
6:13am
Beloit Daily News. Lobbyists hired to seek state incentives for Snappers stadium.
6:11am
The Journal Times. Getting around the veto: Using 'cannot' instead of 'may not' skirts Evers veto.
6:10am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Report: Budget leaves little in general fund reserves.
6:08am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Conservation groups ask Gov. Evers to veto proposed CWD deer farm study.

Legislative

4:27pm
Rep. Hesselbein. Attends Ho-Chunk Nation swearing-in.
3:56pm
Rep. Hesselbein. Weekly Democratic radio address: Honor our past, present, and future on the Fourth of July.
10:53am
Rep. Nygren, Sen. Darling. Letter requesting SB 26 be signed.
9:15am
Rep. Vruwink. Wisconsin Agriculture Secretary to visit Rock County farms.

6:26am
WBAY. Speaker's Task Force on Adoption holds first public hearing at UW-Green Bay.
6:22am
Wisconsin Public Radio. New bill aims to create public funding for renewable energy.
6:16am
The Hill. Wisconsin lawmaker gets buzz-cut after vowing not to cut hair until sign language bill passed.

State Agencies

9:17am
State Treasurer Godlewski. Godlewski and BCPL loan over $14 million to Wisconsin communities.

Economy/Business

4:52pm
Wisconsin Technology Council. State's early stage firms raised record dollars in 2018, but total deals dipped slightly.
10:41am
ABC Wisconsin. Wisconsin construction unemployment rate reaches all-time low.

6:24am
ABC 27. Beloit, Ho-Chunk not worried about stateline casino border battle.
6:21am
Beloit Daily News. Illinois governor vows to beat Beloit to a casino.
6:20am
Reuters. Rich get richer, everyone else not so much in record U.S. expansion.
6:19am
WAOW. Walmart sues Portage Co. village.

Statewide

6:10am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Bayfield County committee recommends local regulation of deer farms.
6:07am
The Capital Times. Wisconsin veterans homeless program at King to close by September, affecting 25 residents.

Courts

11:53am
Rep. Hebl. Column: Redistricting decision by the Supreme Court of the United States is a blow to democracy.
10:13am
WI Supreme Court. Office of Lawyer Regulation v. Kathleen Anna Wagner.
10:12am
District II Court of Appeals. State v. David Gutierrez.

6:15am
Channel 3000. Federal judges dismiss Wisconsin redistricting lawsuit.

Education

3:42pm
UW-Madison. UW-Platteville, UW-Madison explore PA partnership.
12:51pm
UW-Stout. Childhood traumas change brains, impact learning.
11:49am
UW-Madison. Sharing control with robots may make aircraft manufacturing safer, more efficient.
10:35am
WAICU. Wisconsin's private colleges hold statewide open house.

6:25am
ABC 27. School board votes to dissolve Palmyra-Eagle Area School District.

Local

3:27pm
Racine Mayor Mason. Public invited to pedestrian, plaza, and parking design workshops.
2:59pm
Milwaukee Cty Ald. Rainey. After one year of uncertainty, a win for the Amani neighborhood.
2:58pm
Racine Mayor Mason. City of Racine annouces partnership with Climate Mayors Electric Vehicle Puchasing Collaborative, one of 127 cities to acquire EVs by 2020.
9:24am
PrideFest Milwaukee. Breaks attendance records for 8th consecutive year.
9:09am
Milwaukee Cty Ald. Stamper. Commit to celebrate the Independence Day holiday without violence!

6:18am
Fox 6. Sheboygan businesses push 'panic button,' concerned about rising Lake Michigan.

Congress

2:09pm
AG Kaul. Urges federal government to ensure equal access to shelters.

10:03am
Madison.com. Big farms find easy ways around Trump trade aid limits.
6:23am
Portage Daily Register. U.S. Rep. Glenn Grothman says 'mess' at U.S.-Mexico border must be solved.
6:20am
Governing. Cities confront the 'forever chemicals' contaminating drinking water.
6:17am
Politico. Census to leave citizenship question off 2020 questionnaire.

Tuesday July 2, 2019

Governor

6:13am
Wisconsin State Journal. Tony Evers signs bill delaying closure of Lincoln Hills as report shows improvements.

Budget

9:37am
WTBA. Letter: Urges Gov. Evers to sign the transportation portion of the state budget bill as well as Assembly Bills 275 and 284.

6:15am
The Journal Times. 'Politics is about relationships': Gov. Evers, GOP having trouble meeting.
6:12am
U.S. News & World Report. Evers facing pressure to sign Wisconsin budget.

Legislative

11:37am
Rep. Zamarripa. Statement on #closethecamps.

6:03am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Bipartisan bill would give tax break to volunteer emergency responders.

State Agencies

4:25pm
DNR. Weekly news update.
3:30pm
BCPL. $14 million for community projects.
1:57pm
DMA. Statement on the passing of DMA employee Nicholas Janz.
1:56pm
DMA. 1158th Transportation Company hauls M60 Patton tank to Brandon to honor local veterans.
9:13am
Wisconsin Lottery. Winning $100,000 scratch ticket claimed.
8:55am
WEDC. Sub-Zero Group Inc. expands operations in Fitchburg.

6:24am
Wisconsin Public Radio. DOC Secretary Kevin Carr addresses concerns over staff alcohol use.
6:17am
Wisconsin State Journal. Department of Public Instruction estimates 59% of school districts to receive more general aid.

Economy/Business

11:00am
Appleton Post Crescent. What impact is the Trump administration's trade dispute with China having on Wisconsin?
10:58am
CBS 3. Tax reciprocity could return between Minnesota and Wisconsin.
6:22am
WBAY. Hemp farmers in Wisconsin dealing with wet weather.
6:21am
NBC 26. Silgan Containers laying off 70 Waupun workers by November.

Statewide

12:20pm
American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, American Lung Association. Health Advocates: We must build on Wisconsin's successful smoke free air law.
11:35am
Western Wisconsin Conservation Council. Western Wisconsin farmer-led group tackles soil health, water quality at field day.
9:39am
Professional Dairy Producers. Launches new intensive leadership-development training for dairy managers.

8:59am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Marketbasket report shows July 4th picnic remains affordable.
6:23am
WEAU 13. Child care shortage hitting crisis point, says local organization.
6:20am
WAOW. New broadband study aims to bring high-speed internet access to areas in need.
6:11am
U.S. News & World Report. Monitor finds problems persist at Wisconsin youth prison.

Courts

9:09am
WI Supreme Court. State v. Jessica M. Randall.

11:02am
U.S. News & World Report. Court: Drunken drivers can't stop blood analyses.

Education

2:55pm
Edgewood College. New Vice President for Enrollment Management named.
2:54pm
UW-Extension. Business culture influences farm success during challenging times.
10:37am
UW-Madison. Irrigated farming in Wisconsin's Central Sands cools the region's climate.
10:12am
UW-Stout. SVRI strives to help people enter, stay in workforce.
10:09am
UW-Stout. University offers service to maintain, clean wheelchairs.
8:58am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Stands up for free speech, religious liberty of Appleton School Board member.

6:16am
The Capital Times. Reports: Nearly half of Madison schools need to provide additional support for black students, students with disabilities.

Local

6:19am
The Capital Times. Dane County in the running to operate detention facility for longer-term incarceration youth.

Congress

10:58am
CBS 58. Baldwin visits Milwaukee to talk job opportunities for low-income neighborhoods.
10:57am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. In wake of Tomah opioid scandal, VA System has undergone culture change, secretary says.
6:18am
The Hill. GOP senator presses Instagram, Facebook over alleged bias in content recommendations.

Politics

12:23pm
Wisconsin Young Republicans. Endorse Rick Loughery for Young Republican National Federation Chairman.
10:54am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. PAC, corporate contributions hit record $27M.

11:01am
Green Bay Press Gazette. U.S. Rep. Mike Gallagher navigates second term amid Democrat majority, 2020 campaigns.

Monday July 1, 2019

Governor

12:44pm
Gov. Evers. Signs Act 185 trailer bill.

Budget

4:52pm
Rep. Steineke, Sen. Cowles. Letter to Governor Evers urging support for Kaukauna Lift Bridge.
4:35pm
MacIver Institute. Education activists turn to misinformation to distort GOP budget.
4:31pm
Wisconsin Policy Forum. Both budgets backtrack on state reserves.
4:30pm
Rep. Loudenbeck. Column: A tale of two budgets: Wisconsin vs Illinois.
3:27pm
One Wisconsin Now. Regrets, he has a few: Robin Vos wanted to do even more for wealthy in Wisconsin.
12:47pm
Reps. Skowronski, VanderMeer. Joint opinion column: A great budget for veterans.

5:10am
Racine Journal Times. Evers has decision to make with budget: Local Dems and some Republians are not happy.
5:01am
Wisconsin Watch. Hard road ahead for Gov. Tony Evers' promise to slash Wisconsin prison population. 
4:46am
Wisconsin State Journal. Republicans say Tony Evers swayed GOP budget.

Legislative

3:54pm
Rep. Gruszynski, Sen. Hansen. Unveil Student Veteran Renter Protection Act.

State Agencies

3:55pm
DPI. July 1 general school aids estimate released.
3:34pm
WDVA. Grants now available for non-profit organizations to help veteran entrepreneurs, improve employment.
3:28pm
DOT. July Fourth holiday travelers asked to buckle up, be patient, alert and safe.
10:27am
WEDC. Businesses invited to apply for November 2019 Australia trade venture.
10:09am
Wisconsin Lottery. Last weekend in June lottery winners.
9:17am
Wisconsin Lottery. January Megabucks jackpot remains unclaimed.
9:10am
DATCP. July Keep Kids Safe newsletter.

Economy/Business

5:02am
Wisconsin State Journal. A hemp revival spreads across Wisconsin, creating a new business model for the stressed farm economy.
4:56am
WKOW. Middle Eastern buyers visit Wisconsin cheese factories amid trade war.
4:54am
Wisconsin State Journal. Nation's largest coal producers look to merge mines that supply nearly 60% of Wisconsin coal.
4:52am
WJFW. Hemp and CBD 'Green Rush" in Wisconsin, includes Northwoods.
4:51am
CBS 58. Expert: Wisconsin wages can't lift some out of poverty.
4:51am
CNBC. Foxconn says in rare interview that it remains committed to massive Wisconsin factory.
4:48am
La Crosse Tribune. Economic impact of ag and dairy crisis ripples across rural communities in La Crosse area.

Environment/Outdoors

5:09am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Bad River Band fears Enbridge's Line 5 at risk for exposure on reservation lands.

Statewide

4:58am
WISC. How will plans for Rockford casino affect Ho-Chunk project in Beloit?
4:57am
WISC. An overview of 5G as it potentially comes to Wisconsin.

Courts

5:05am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. "Iowa Model" anti gerrymandering legislation not affected by terrible Supreme Court decision.

5:04am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. "Iowa Model" anti gerrymandering legislation not affected by terrible Supreme Court decision.
4:49am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Parties move to dismiss Wisconsin redistricting case.

Education

4:33pm
UW-Madison. Wisconsin Medicaid expansion lowered antidiabetic drug costs 70%.
3:33pm
UW-Madison. Wood products mitigate less than 1 percent of global carbon emissions.
3:24pm
UW-Madison. Relieving two headaches with one process.
3:23pm
UW-Madison. Honors outstanding community-university partnerships.
10:00am
UW-Madison. UW partnerships take 1st, 2nd in Alliance for the American Dream competition.
9:08am
UW-Stout. On-farm food businesses have new resource, thanks to student's research.

Local

4:50pm
Milwaukee Cty Sup. Omokunde. Calls for join city-county effort on climate and economy.
3:21pm
Milwaukee Cty Exec Abele. Abele and the Department of Health and Human Services announce new approach for youth justice reform.
12:46pm
City of Madison. Announces partnership with Climate Mayors Electric Vehicle Purchasing Collaborative.
9:06am
Kewaunee County. Public Health teaches summer classes.

5:00am
WUWM. Milwaukee area lacks funds to meet mounting infrastructure needs, report finds.

Congress

3:25pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Sends letter to heads of Instagram, Facebook on suggested content algorithms.
3:22pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Census should stay on schedule, omit citizenship question.

Politics

10:05am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Influence peddler of the month - Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin.

 

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