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August 5
· Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce: New study: Wisconsin families to feel the pain of new EPA rule
· Wisconsin Supreme Court: Mandate in OLR v. Sommers
· Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance: Offers voter guide for upcoming elections
· WISPIRG: Stop the superbugs: Local doctors call for end to antibiotic abuse on factory farms
August 6
· AG Van Hollen: Van Hollen and 41 other state attorneys general reach a $35 million consumer settlement with Pfizer and Wyeth concerning the immunosuppressive drug Rapamune
· AG Van Hollen: Van Hollen to host upcoming 2014 public records and open meetings seminars
· Alliance for the Great Lakes: Groups urge swift action to reduce nutrient pollution, protect Great Lakes
· Bewley Campaign: Fair Wisconsin PAC endorses Janet Bewley for state Senate
· Brooks Campaign: Opponent's position on school choice remains unclear in 60th AD race
· Brostoff Campaign: As out-of-district PAC money floods into race, Brostoff proud of strong grassroots campaign
· Clarke Campaign: Chris Moews’ vow to radical interest group indicates he’ll shield people in the country illegally and arrested for crimes of violence from deportation and sets up Milwaukee County to be a sanctuary city
· DCCC: Congressman Duffy must reject or embrace top supporter’s call for impeachment
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Adams, Juneau, Buffalo counties face EAB quarantines
· Gov. Walker: Announces new $1 million program aims to fuel small high-tech businesses
· Government Accountability Board: Turnout estimated at 15 percent for August 12 partisan primary
· Hulsey Campaign: Releases “The Check” TV ad
· Melchert Campaign: Former State Treasurer Cate Zeuske endorses Melchert
· Milwaukee Co. Sheriff Clarke: Response to NNO criticism from other elected officials
· Milwaukee Co. Sheriff Clarke: Sheriff detectives nail HOC inmate in murder for hire case
· Ozanne Campaign: AG candidate Ozanne announces endorsement of Sec. Rick Raemisch
· Pro-Life Wisconsin: City of Madison repeals anti-speech zones
· Sen. Harris Dodd: Paid family and medical leave is an investment in Wisconsin's workforce
· Sen. Shilling: 41,000 Wisconsin students denied financial aid due to Republican budget deficit
· Severson Campaign: The Republican Party of Waukesha County endorses Eric Severson for Waukesha County Sheriff
· Sierra Club: Enbridge seeks to make Wisconsin a superhighway for toxic oil transport
· Steitz Campaign: Concealed carry sponsor, former state Senator Galloway, endorses Jonathan Steitz in 21st SD GOP primary
· Subeck Campaign: Wisconsin Social Workers PAC endorses Lisa Subeck for Assembly
· UW-Stout: Pixar Animation donates software to School of Art and Design
· Walker Campaign: Governor Walker visits RC Insurance Services in Hartland
· Walker Campaign: Releases new ad: "Moving Wisconsin Forward"
· WEDC: State companies invited to attend trade venture to Czech Republic, Poland and Turkey
· Wisconsin Bankers Association: Statement on the theft of 1.2 billion passwords and its effect on bank customers
· Wisconsin Budget Project: Breaking with tradition
· Wisconsin Credit Union League: 100M memberships reached at U.S. credit unions; millions of dollars saved in WI annually
· Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty: Sues town over illegal searches relating to property tax assessments
· Wisconsin Professional Police Association: Top law enforcement honors awarded to state legislators Rep. Bies and Sen. Petrowski
· Wisconsin Restaurant Association: Van Wanggaard endorsed by restaurant group in GOP primary for state Senate
· WisDems: Scott Walker’s pay-to-play culture: Remembering the United Sportsmen scandal
· WisGOP: Backward Burke vs. Governor Walker’s pro-growth agenda
· WMC: Rep. Joel Kleefisch receives state chamber’s “Working for Wisconsin” award
August 7
· Adamczyk Campaign: Adamczyk will push for transparency in treasurer’s office
· AG Van Hollen: Former Lake Geneva Utility Commission employee sentenced for theft
· AG Van Hollen: Milwaukee resident Adrianne N. Royal sentenced for making false statement to obtain unemployment benefits
· AG Van Hollen: Milwaukee resident Stuart Nisenbaum bound over for trial and arraigned on eleven counts of fraudulent writings in mortgage rescue scam
· Alliance Defending Freedom: City of Madison officially rescinds censorship zones
· Blackhawk Technical College: Offers new bus service linking central campus and four other sites
· Broitzman Campaign: Vote for Jerry Broitzman on Tuesday, August 12th
· Dairy Business Association: Announces endorsements for August 12th primary election
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Wisconsin charter schools to receive $8.17 million in grants
· Dept. of Transportation: Drivers log nearly 60 billion miles on Wisconsin roadways last year
· Dept. of Transportation: Innovative mobile training facility will promote motorcycle safety at Sun Prairie National Night Out on Thursday
· Dept. of Veterans Affairs: August 7 is Purple Heart Day in Wisconsin
· Exhibit Systems: U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson visits Exhibit Systems
· Gov. Walker: Announces new Wisconsin State Parks, Forests and Trails App
· Gov. Walker: Appoints Green Lake County district attorney
· Gov. Walker: Appoints Kenosha County judge
· Gov. Walker: Building Commission approves projects
· Gov. Walker: Hosts Governor’s Blue Ribbon Livestock Auction and Meat Products Auction at the Wisconsin State Fair
· Great Lakes: Announces expanded $5.2 million internship grant after successful pilot
· Grothman Campaign: Leibham flip-flops on federal involvement in education

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