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January 9
· AG Van Hollen: Announces settlement requiring upgrades to Franklin Mobile Home Estates mobile home park and payment of $18,000 in forfeitures, costs and fees
· AG Van Hollen: Wisconsin Department of Justice agents partner with Madison Police Department in Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) operation
· Carpenter Campaign: Sen. Tim Carpenter pledges major reform for city treasurer’s office
· Corder Campaign: Supervisor Eyon Biddle Sr. endorses Tracey Corder for Milwaukee County Supervisor District 18
· Dane Co. Exec. Parisi: County looks to partner with local governments & groups on outdoor recreation improvement projects
· Dane Co. Exec. Parisi: Recognizes Solid Waste Manager Mike DiMaggio for decades of service to Dane County
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Ag enterprise area workshops in Black River Falls and Oshkosh canceled; Madison workshop still on
· Dept. of Financial Institutions: New business formation
· Gov. Walker: Introduces initial phase of “Wisconsin Working” plan
· Gov. Walker: Seeks applicants for judicial vacancy
· Gudex Campaign: Gudex announces candidacy for state Senate – 18th District
· Hulsey Campaign: Walker recall cuts our losses
· Milwaukee Ald. Bohl: Attorney general opinion opens door for city’s TID districts local street work solution
· Milwaukee Ald. Coggs: Recall election would be included in tracking of voter ID law
· Milwaukee Co. Supervisor Dimitrijevic: Supervisors to receive leadership award from Fair Wisconsin
· Miron Construction: Supports effort to create jobs
· Not Mine: Costs for Gogebic mining continue rise
· One Wisconsin Now: Walker sues to stick taxpayers with campaign tab despite being able to raise unlimited money
· RENEW Wisconsin: Issue briefs released for RENEW’s Energy Policy Summit
· Rep. Barca: Gov. Walker’s "Wisconsin Working" plan: Finally starting to focus on jobs or more empty rhetoric?
· Rep. Berceau: Disappointed that Walker is merely disappointed
· RFW in Action: Proposal to increase job opportunities in Family Care program
· Sen. Lassa: Authors WEDC ethics bill
· Silverman Campaign: Matt Silverman announces congressional run in Wisconsin's 2nd District
· U.S. Rep. Ribble: Joins congressional delegation trip to Israel
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: Voices concerns with H.R. 3261
· UW-Madison: Jahn to speak at White House for Morrill Act's anniversary
· UW-Madison: Madison events to honor legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
· UW-Oshkosh: UWO ‘Catalyst’ report coincides with unveiling of new college, career council
· WCCF: Numerous state policy changes will adversely affect families in 2012
· Wisconsin Democracy Campaign: Who's John Doe?
· Wisconsin Independent Businesses: Backs Governor Walker’s “Wisconsin Working” agenda
· Wisconsin Women’s Network: Announces applications available for the Wisconsin Women’s Policy Institute
· WisDems: Scott Walker irony as Wisconsin reels from education cuts and jobs loss
· WPRI: Study: Teacher compensation should be linked to achievement at building level
January 10
· AG Van Hollen: Fremont man sentenced for homicide by intoxicated use of boat
· AG Van Hollen: Milwaukee County resident James D. Gardetto charged with six counts relating to engaging in unfair trade practices
· AG Van Hollen: Prison inmate facing felony fraud offense related to operation of alleged "diploma mill"
· Biddle Campaign: Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 998 casts its vote for bold progressive leadership
· Dane Co. Exec. Parisi, Madison Mayor Soglin: 2012 City-County Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Humanitarian Awardees announced
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Evers pleased work advances on seclusion and restraint bill
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Nominations sought for Green Ribbon School Award
· Gov. Walker: Commission on Waste, Fraud, and Abuse releases final report
· Gov. Walker: Federal government grants Governor Walker’s request for disaster relief
· Milwaukee Co. Supervisor Haas: Three down, six to go
· Pierce Campaign: Alderman Zielinski and the Avalon Theater: A failure of leadership
· Rep. Kooyenga: Statement on report eliminating waste and saving taxpayer dollars
· Rep. Loudenbeck: Senate committee approves Rep. Loudenbeck’s victim protection bill
· Rep. Molepske: Statement on closing of Joerns Healthcare, Inc. in Stevens Point
· Rep. Pocan, Sen. Larson: Release response to Walker's “misleading” Waste, Fraud and Abuse report
· Rep. Richards: Bill expands types of youth gun crimes that can be a serious juvenile offense
· Sen. Carpenter: Letter to DOT Secretary Gottlieb re: Miller Park pedestrian bridge
· Sen. Lassa: State reached out to Joerns
· Sen. Lassa: Two Lassa bills get public hearings
· State Treasurer Schuller: To testify on mining bill
· Stevens Point Mayor Halverson: Statement re: Joerns Healthcare Inc.
· UW-Madison: Retired judge to lead independent review of UW Athletics official
· UW-Madison: Search committee named for UW-Madison’s veterinary medicine dean
· UW-Whitewater: Alumni donate $1 million to college-bound Janesville students
· WCADV: Stalking Awareness Month sees advancement of legislation to protect against inter-state abuse and cyberharrassment


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