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July 16
· Sen. LeMahieu: Our laws and government must respect political speech
· Outagamie Co. Exec. Nelson, Outagamie Co. Circuit Judge DesJardins: Statement on POTUS prison visit
· Rep. Wachs: Introduces legislation to restore fair, honest government
 – See the bill draft
 – See the resolution
· Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee: Senator Johnson casts shameful vote against expanding pre-k access
· Government Accountability Board: Statement on Wisconsin Supreme Court decision
· Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance: Final property tax figures for 2014-15 show 2.3% drop
· Rep. Knudson: Statement on John Doe
· Sen. Vukmir: Praises Supreme Court ruling, remains committed to GAB reform
· WHEDA: Announces special round of low-income housing tax credits
· Wisconsin Right to Life: Prior efforts to protect free speech plays crucial role in John Doe decision
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Statement on bipartisan legislation to fix "No child left behind"
· WEAC: Wisconsin educators celebrate U.S. Senate passage of Every Student Achieves Act
· U.S. Rep. Moore: To Gov. Walker: Proposal to drug test the poor is wasteful and unconstitutional
· Rep. Vos: Calls for investigation of GAB
· Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty: Wisconsin Supreme Court reaffirms right to free speech
· Wisconsin Farm Bureau: Commends House members for seeking access to Canadian dairy market
July 15
· Wis. National Guard: Volk Field to host PATRIOT 15 exercise
· Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty: Former Green Bay couple sues city for illegal destruction of property
· Sup. Alexander: County Board giving raises despite pension emergency
· Gov. Walker: Statement on Wisconsin DOJ lawsuit
· American Farm Bureau Federation: Ag agenda
· Rep. Knodl: A closer look at arena funding
· Joint Audit Committee: Audit co-chairs committed to transportation audit
· One Wisconsin Now: Scott Walker is drowning students in debt
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Baldwin and Cummings to introduce financial services conflict of interest act
· College Republicans of UW-Madison: Call on university to address Professor Sara Goldrick-Rabís harassment of high school seniors on Twitter
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Introduces bill to reduce the deficit
· Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance: Wisconsin towns spend less than cities and villages
· Rep. Murphy: Details matter in the Bucks deal
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Hearing statement: Securing the border
· New Hampshire Democratic Party: Granite state legislators to Scott Walker: Good luck. You'll need it.
· Milwaukee Co. Board of Supervisors: County surplus funds should be reinvested
· Reps. Kitchens, Loudenbeck: Author bill to protect individual privacy
· Pro-life Wisconsin: High time to pass state ban on sale and use of aborted fetal body parts
· Human Rights Campaign: New WaPo: Walker campaign refuses to say whether Scott Walker believes children need to be "protected" from LGBT Americans
· Human Rights Campaign: New WaPo: Walker campaign refuses to say whether Scott Walker believes children need to be "protected" from LGBT Americans
· U.S. Rep. Pocan: U.S. Reps. Pocan, Rangel, U.S. Sens. Schatz introduce legislation to correct record of service members discharged due to sexual orientation
· Rep. Kleefisch: Column on the budget
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Holds eighth border security hearing

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