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April 3
· WisPolitics THU PM Update

· U.S. Supreme Court decision expected to affect Wis. campaign contribution cap
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling that nixed aggregate individual limits on campaign contributions is expe... <more>

· Grothman to challenge Petri in 6th CD primary

· Walker signs bill allowing election observers close to voters

· Burke gets 3 major union endorsements

· Walker signs TIF bill in Oshkosh, touts measure as tool for economic growth

· As Legislature ends, focus turns to campaigns

· Mixed results for Koch brothers-backed candidates in Iron County races

· Ryan budget faces bumps amid GOP dissent

· Evers announces task force to address racial achievement gap

· Former Walker aide gets new UW System job

· Milwaukee Co. supervisors say they will adapt to message from pay cut vote

· Absentee voters could decide tight Green Bay race

· Transgender candidate elected to Appleton city council

· WisPolitics THU AM Update


April 2
· WisPolitics WED PM Update

· Kaufert wins election as Neenah mayor; Milwaukee County board pay cut referendum passes easily
Tuesday’s spring election saw the passage of multiple school district referendums, approval of a mea... <more>

· Senate passes oral chemo bill on final session day
The Senate passed the amended oral chemotherapy bill on a 26-7 vote during its final scheduled sessi... <more>

· Retiring state senators call for more compromise

· John Doe lawsuit properly dismissed, appeals court rules

· Walker to sign bill affecting write-in candidates

· State begins taking less out of workers' paychecks

· State will continue outreach in BadgerCare transition

· Ryan budget makes big Medicare changes

· WisPolitics WED AM Update

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