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January 22
· Liebert Campaign: Sam Liebert announces exploration to run for state Assembly
January 23
· AG Van Hollen: Business owner charged with multiple felonies is bound over for trial
· Boland Campaign: Formal announcement of 2012 run for Congress
· Coalition for the St. Croix River Crossing: Statement on the United States Senate unanimous approval of a bill that will allow the St. Croix River Crossing project to move forward
· Corder Campaign: Wisconsin Representative Sandy Pasch endorses Tracey Corder for Milwaukee County Supervisor District 18
· CRG Network: Baldwin - Woodville District accused of open meeting law violations
· Dane Co. Exec. Parisi: Alliant Energy Center Task Force kicks off work this week
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Stop. Think. Connect. Data Privacy Day is January 28
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Seeks comments on draft NCLB waiver request
· Dept. of Revenue: Launches tax filing season, encourages e-filing
· Dimitrijevic Campaign: Milwaukee Professional Firefighters, Local 215 endorse the re-election of Co. Supervisor Marina Dimitrijevic
· DSCC: Wisconsin Republicans race to the Right - Senate hopefuls embrace unpopular Scott Walker
· Feehan Campaign: Announces exploratory committee for 32nd state Senate District
· First Lady Tonette Walker: Launches Wisconsin Heroes Awards
· Gov. Walker: Declares Wisconsin School Choice Week
· Necci Campaign: Files for District Attorney
· Planned Parenthood: Highlights women's health anniversary in wake of attack on women's health access
· Rep. Clark: Unanswered questions on mining legislation
· Rep. Nass: Memo to Senate Republicans re: SB 178
· Rep. Rivard: Rural Jobs Act works
· Sebring Campaign: Dan Sebring and Mark Neumann endorse each other for Congress and Senate
· Sen. Fitzgerald: Progress or press conference?
· Sen. Lassa: Legislature needs to get working on jobs
· Sen. Miller: Senate Dems say, "lets get working"
· Sen. Taylor: Announces winter survey
· Sens. King, Larson, Reps Pasch, Hintz: Getting Wisconsinites to work
· Sierra Club: Awards Save Cooper Creek funds, supports citizens' efforts to block high capacity well that threatens local community
· Thompson campaign: Statement on rail: Not right for Wisconsin
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: Disappointment with president's "abdication of leadership" on budget
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: Reports $4,600,000 cash on hand
· U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner: Remarks at 2012 March for Life
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Calls for presidential leadership on deficit
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Statement on March for Life
· Walker Campaign: Grassroots donors fuel Walker fundraising
· WFPRHA: Obama administration makes evidence-based decision on contraception
· WILL: Baldwin-Woodville School District accused of open meeting law violations
· Wisconsin Association for Justice: "Hot Coffee" film donated to state public libraries by Wisconsin Civil Justice Education Foundation
· Wisconsin Credit Union League: Credit unions delivered $201 million to Wisconsin consumers in 2011, and more, report says
· Wisconsin Democracy Campaign: Senate committee blesses anti-disclosure legislation
· WisDems: Launch Tommy Thompson disclosure countdown clock
· WisDems: Tammy Baldwin receives WisDems endorsement
January 24
· AG Van Hollen: Green County man convicted of medical assistance fraud
· AG Van Hollen: Kick off 2012 national Missing Children's Day poster contest
· BPDD: Thanks Senate for passing seclusion & restraint bill
· Club for Growth: A flip-flop faster than a speeding train
· College Democrats of Wisconsin: Walker's historic cuts to higher education threaten Wisconsin's future
· Committee to Support the Regulation of Mixed Martial Arts: Group opposes anti-MMA legislation
· DCCC: Groundhog Day: Reid Ribble protects billionaires, not middle income taxpayers
· DCCC: Groundhog Day: Sean Duffy protects billionaires, not middle income taxpayers
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade & Consumer Protection: Changes proposed to Wisconsin’s pesticide rule; public hearings scheduled for February
· Dept. of of Health Services: Department seeks input on sustainability initiatives for Wisconsin's long term care programs
· DSCC: Railroaded: Tommy Thompson’s shameless high speed flip flop
· DSCC: Romney, surrogates attack “lobbyist” and "influence peddler" types like Tommy Thompson
· Gov. Walker: Announces 2012 Trailblazer Awards for women in business
· Gov. Walker: Announces forty-eight urban forestry grants
· Gov. Walker: Statements on legislative action
· Harmon campaign: Releases his plan for economic development and job creation in District 9
· Heimermann campaign: Asher Heimermann launches campaign for the Wisconsin State Assembly
· Magnino campaign: John Magnino to announce his candidacy for Dane County Board, District 5
· Milwaukee Ald. Hines: New employment numbers “extremely disheartening”

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