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December 5
· Atwood Campaign: Phil Atwood announces candidacy for 20th state Senate
· Common Sense Kenosha: Press Release
· Dane Co. Exec. Parisi: Herold hired as new Dane County library director
· Dept. of Children and Families: New grants improve educational opportunities for Wisconsin child care providers
· Dept. of Transportation: Merrimac ferry closed for the season
· Enough Already! WI: Releases new radio ad
· Gov. Walker: Attends Pearl Harbor remembrance ceremony
· Gov. Walker: Participates in Capitol Christmas tree lighting ceremony
· Gov. Walker: Statement on passing of Judge Ralph Adam Fine
· Ho-Chunk Nation: Federal government to transfer former Badger Army Ammunition Plant to Ho-Chunk Nation
· Liebert Campaign: Declares reelection campaign for 2015
· Midwest Environmental Advocates: Frac sand mine now must monitor dust, air quality
· Milwaukee Ald. Hamilton: Statement on police-community discussion
· Milwaukee Co. Sheriff Clarke: Sheriff’s deputies, other law enforcement agencies volunteer for 8th annual “Shop With a Cop” Saturday
· PRW Communications: Roger Putnam leaving Putnam Roby Williamson Communications
· Rebecca Bradley Campaign: Statement on 2015 Supreme Court race
· Rep. Kapenga: The Assembly of State Legislatures to meet at the Naval Heritage Center on December 8 and 9
· Rep. Reimer: Statement on proposed I-94 east-west corridor project
· Rep. Vos: Releases statement on UW System reforms
· Sen. Darling: Mayor Barrett's trolley folly will take taxpayers for a ride
· Sen. Harris Dodd, Rep. Goyke: Oppose possible expansion of I-94 east-west corridor
· Sen. Tiffany: Senator Tiffany appointed to serve on Joint Finance Committee
· Stroebel Campaign: Majority of West Bend aldermen support local businessman Duey Stroebel
· Student Labor Action Coalition: Momentum continues to grow
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Baldwin gets the job done on transfer of Badger Army Ammunition Plant land
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Senators Baldwin and Schatz call on President Obama to submit a proposed authorization for the use of military force (AUMF) specific to ISIL
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: To host Facebook Q&A on immigration/border security
· U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Schatz: Call on President Obama to submit a proposed Authorization for the Use of Military Force (AUMF) specific to ISIL
· UW System: President Cross presents plans to transform how the UW System does business
· Wilke Campaign: Jason Wilke announces candidacy for Milwaukee County Supervisor - 15th District
· Wisconsin Right to Work: Launches first radio ad campaign
· WisDems: GOP lawmaker convicted of sexual assault continues to draw taxpayer funded salary from jail
· WisGOP: Republican Party of Wisconsin announces details of Governor Scott Walker’s inauguration
· Young Gifted and Black Coalition: Eric Garner, Mike Brown, Black Madison: State violence is killing us
December 6
· Milwaukee Co. Sheriff Clarke: Deputies respond to protestors walking on freeway
December 7
· WisGOP: Unanimously re-elects Brad Courtney as chairman
December 8
· American Bridge: Kicks off the 2016 presidential campaign with new book
· Dept. of Administration: State Energy Office awards nearly $1 million to Wisconsin trucking companies to save money, reduce air emissions
· Enough Already! WI: Amended Forest County Potawatomi Tribe compact sent to BIA
· Milwaukee Ald. Donovan: Mayor looking to shut down public vote on downtown streetcar
· Milwaukee Co. Sups. Bowen, Rainey and Weddle: Supervisors announce support for Couture Project
· NAACP Milwaukee Branch: Statement regarding status of Hamilton case, recent grand jury decisions elsewhere
· Public Policy Forum: What is the Milwaukee K-12 school system?
· The Capital Times: Cap Times announces expanded focus, larger print publication
· UW-Madison: UW responds to Ferguson, Staten Island
· UW-Stout: More than 700 to receive diplomas at winter commencement
· UW-Stout: UW System approves new BFA for game design program
· Voces de la Frontera: Wisconsin immigrant families respond to Gov. Walker’s attacks
· Wisconsin Farmers Union: Registration now open for Wisconsin Farmers Union State Convention
· WMC: Continuing Wisconsin's era of reform
December 9
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Watch for gift card "gotchas"
· Dept. of Transportation: New Rustic Roads in St. Croix and Waushara counties
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Mayo: Announces opposition to Couture, O'Donnell sales; he calls them a "fire sale"
· AG Van Hollen: Announces judgement requiring Hutchinson Technology, Inc., a manufacturing facility in Eau Claire County, to pay $95,000 in forfeitures and costs
· AG Van Hollen: Attorney General Van Hollen and DFI Secretary Bildsten remind eligible borrowers to watch for Ocwen settlement payments
· Dept. of Corrections: Wisconsin’s Division of Juvenile Corrections honored for green corrections practices
· Feiss Campaign: David Feiss announces support of majority of Milwaukee circuit court judges in race for Branch 46
· Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau: Receives state funding for Madison Hotel Week 2015
· Koehler Campaign: West Bend veteran Tiffany Koehler announces bid for 20th state senate seat
· Lt. Gov. Kleefisch: Lt. Governor Kleefisch and Secretary Chandler release tax relief and reform report

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