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March 7
· Wisconsin unions shift strategy in wake of right to work

March 6
· WisPolitics FRI PM Update

· Assembly passes right-to-work
The Assembly approved right-to-work along party lines this morning, clearing the way for the bill to... <more>

· Forward Janesville moves dinner featuring Mitt Romney to Goex plant

· Regents, in raucous meeting, air grievances over Walker budget proposals

· Schools' start days may change

· Walker political group criticizes Hillary Clinton over use of private email

· Walker to address renewable fuel standard, other ag issues, in Iowa

· Wisconsin close to becoming 25th right-to-work state

March 5
· WisPolitics THU PM Update

· Right-to-work debate kicks off in Assembly
The Assembly was fully engaged on right-to-work after shooting down a Dem resolution seeking an apol... <more>

· Johnson wants Congress to have input on Iran nuclear deal

· State DOT secretary defends $1.3B road bonding

· Taxpayers will pay for security for all of Walker's travels

· Walker 'very likely' to run for president, pollster says
 – Walker Watch 2016

· WisPolitics THU AM Update

March 4
· WisPolitics WED PM Update

· DOT's Gottleib fields questions on bonding, gas tax
Lawmakers today grilled Mark Gottlieb over the guv's decision to call for $1.3 billion in bonding ... <more>

· Budget committee demands assurances of no UW tuition surge

· Budget committee questions drug testing, worker's comp changes in Walker budget

· Minnesota GOP rep. wants to lure firms against ‘right to work’

· Republican calls UW research on right-to-work 'partisan, garbage'

· Stepp tells panel DNR may sell naming rights to state parks

· Walker says he would sign abortion ban after 20 weeks

· Walker targets South Carolina as campaign momentum builds
 – Walker Watch 2016

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