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April 7
· Village of Spencer: Village board adopts resolution opposing legislation shifting taxes to homeowners
· Wisconsin Army and Air National Guard: Correction to deceased airman’s last name
· Wisconsin Conservation Congress: DNR spring hearings and Conservation Congress annual county meetings April 13, 2015
· Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation: International Trade reps visiting Wisconsin to support companies’ exporting efforts
· Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority: Awarded $2.5 million to improve housing assistance for extremely low-income persons with disabilities
· Wood Campaign: UW-Madison Zach Wood elected to city council
April 8
· American Heart Association: Advocates working to strengthen 9-1-1 across Wisconsin
· American Majority: 20 American Majority-trained new leaders win
· Dept. of Revenue: Tax filing deadline one week away
· DNR: Natural Resources Board approves new wild turkey management plan for state
· DNR: Wisconsin Natural Resources Board approves three walleye bag limit in Ceded Territory waters
· Former Gov. Doyle: Statement on the death of Marc Marotta
· Gov. Walker: Signs 11 bills into law
· Kapenga campaign: Rep. Kapenga congratulates Senator Farrow on election win
· Madison Mayor Soglin: City of Madison joins 73 cities and counties to take legal action in support of immigration reforms
· Marquette University: Franklin goes 'On the Issues' to present first Marquette Law School Poll of 2015
· Mayor Barrett: Statement on passing of Marc Marotta
· Milwaukee Ald. Murphy: On the sudden passing of Marc Marotta
· Milwaukee Bucks: Statement on the passing of Marc Marotta
· Milwaukee Co. Sheriff Clarke: Sheriff Clarke invited to speak at National Rifle Association leadership forum
· Milwaukee Mayor Barrett: Statement on today's arena announcement
· One Wisconsin Now: AG Schimel votes to impose climate change gag order on state employee
· Public Service Commission: Open meeting agenda for April 9
· Rep. Considine: To hold district office hours Friday, April 10th
· Rep. Kleefisch: Turkey donation bill heads to the floor
· Rep. Pope: Democratic Assembly Committee on Education members send letter to Speaker Vos regarding school reporting requirements
· Rep. Sargent: Budget dismantles aging and long-term care programs
· Rep. Spiros: Brings your concerns to Madison
· Rep. Steffen: Stolen Valor Bill poised for Assembly vote
· Rep. Subeck: To hold budget listening session in the 78th Assembly District Wednesday
· Sen. Dodd: Support the plan for the Bucks arena
· Sen. Fitzgerald: Reacts to arena package announcement
· Sen. Nass: Justice Abrahamson lawsuit
· Sen. Taylor, Reps. Taylor, Hintz: Democratic Joint Finance Committee members to discuss next steps to fight for Wisconsin families
· Sen. Tiffany: Statement on lawsuit filed by Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson
· Sen. Wanggaard: Gov. Walker signs Wanggaard’s cyberstalking bill into law
· Sens. Taylor, Erpenbach; Reps. Taylor, Hintz: Democrats call on GOP leaders to fix broken budget
· Small Business Administration: Launches Wisconsin Micro-Enterprise Initiative in Beloit
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Continues fight for Wisconsin shipyards
· Waukesha County, City of Milwaukee: Officials cut the ribbon for new materials recovery facility (MRF)
· WHEDA: Gov. Walker selects WHEDA to administer Housing Trust Funds from HUD
· Wisconsin Council of Trout Unlimited: Restore stewardship and stream bank easement acquisition funding
· Wisconsin Emergency Management: First severe storms of season forecast for southern Wisconsin
· WisDems: Statement on Marc Marotta
April 9
· BMO Harris Bradley Center President Steve Costello: Statement regarding the passing of Board Chairman and community volunteer Marc Marotta
· Dane Co. Exec. Parisi: Signs Access to Opportunity initiative
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Superintendent Evers’ statement on Rep. Rob Brooks’ Finance Committee motion request
· Dept. of Transportation: New traffic pattern to occur on eastbound Beltline, Whitney Way to Verona Road
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Secretary Newson congratulates two DWD employees named YWCA Madison's 2015 Women of Distinction
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Secretary Newson welcomes participants at Wisconsin AgriFuture Summit
· Dorow campaign: Statement
· Gov. Walker: Announces US 41 officially added to Interstate System
· Gov. Walker: Departs Friday for European trade mission
· Gov. Walker: Weekly radio address "Wisconsin Proud"
· Kapenga campaign: Announces candidacy for state senate
· MacIver Institute: Provides analysis of the state budget
· Milwaukee Ald. Donovan: Milwaukee’s murder rate six times that of New York City
· One Wisconsin Now: Gov. Walker’s 2015 budget scheme already resulting in tuition hikes, could limit Wisconsin students access to University of Wisconsin school of their choice
· Outagamie Co. Exec. Nelson: Statement on the passing of Marc J. Marotta
· Rep. Barca: Statement on massive layoffs at long-term care organization in Slinger


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