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November 4
· Wisconsin Department of Transportation: Last month was the third safest month of October in terms of traffic deaths since the end of WWII
· Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters: Statement on Clean Power Plan lawsuit
· Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance: 2015 state “Report Card” shows Wisconsin improving—slowly
· Wisconsin Women in Government: Seeking applicants for 2016 leadership seminar
· WisDems: Propose constitutional amendment to ensure accountability, disclosure in campaign finance changes
November 5
· Michael Best: Wisconsin joins other states in filing challenges to EPA carbon rules
· AFL-CIO: On administration releasing text of TPP deal
· Common Cause in Wisconsin: Oppose GAB destruction & campaign finance deform measures in state Senate vote Friday
· Compact Implementation Coalition: Public opposed to Waukesha's Lake Michigan diversion
· Connolly Campaign: Milwaukee Co. D.A. John Chisholm endorses Gwen Connolly for Judge
· Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee: Recklessly votes to allow default crisis
· Dept. of Corrections: Partners with Heroes’ Hunt for Wounded Warriors
· Dept. of Military Affairs: Military job placement program to celebrate hiring milestone
· Dept. of Military Affairs: Veterans Day observances
· Dept. of Revenue: Collections, first quarter FY2016
· Feingold Campaign: Russ Feingold announces Veterans Advisory Committee
· Gov. Walker: Announces selection of 2015 Christmas tree for Capitol
· Gov. Walker: Attends Early Stage Symposium
· Gov. Walker: Creates commission on government reform, efficiency and performance
· Gov. Walker: Releases statement regarding first meeting of the Commission on Government Reform, Efficiency, and Performance
· Gov. Walker: Speaks at Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School’s Veterans Day program
· Gov. Walker: Weekly radio address: The future of reform
· Human Rights Campaign: As WI legislature delays discriminatory anti-transgender bathroom bill, HRC strongly urges lawmakers to abandon ill-conceived legislation
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Alexander: County panel refuses to label community ID cards
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Jursik: Softball, baseball diamonds in South Shore parks suffer under County Executive Chris Abele
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Rainey: County Board passes measure creating Office on African American Affairs
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Rainey: County Board's finance committee approves funding amendment for Office on African American Affairs
· Milwaukee Public Schools: Board OKs expansion for Spanish Immersion School, move to create strong standalone Morse middle school, full Italian immersion at Victory and lower tax levy
· National Republican Senatorial Committee: Feingold receives donations from "Hollywood types"
· Office of Children’s Mental Health: Wisconsin’s Children’s Mental Health Collective Impact Coalition poised to bring “ACEs” awareness and mindfulness to the workplace
· Rep. August: Condemns anti-gun bill authored by Madison liberals
· Rep. Craig: Decries Democrat anti-environment, anti-farmer gun grab bill
· Rep. Loudenbeck: Statement on committee passage of AB 453
· Rep. Murphy: Statement on funding for transportation projects
· Rep. Rohrkaste: Applauds JFC approval of highway funding
· Rep. Rohrkaste: Letter to JFC Co-Chair Nygren on DOT's bonding request
· Rep. Taylor: Urges swift and aggressive action to save 1,000 local jobs
· Rep. Thiesfeldt: Calls for an end to paid patriotism at sporting events
· Sen. Ringhand: Weekly Democratic radio address: "Keeping Wisconsin roads safe"
· Sen. Stroebel: Republican Senators made the right vote on DOT bonding
· Sen. Vukmir, Rep. Kooyenga: Unveil bill to ban investments with Iran
· U.S. Attorney Vaudreuil: Grand jury returns two indictments
· U.S. Committee on Ways and Means: Brady ready to advance Speaker Ryan's pro-growth agenda
· U.S. Rep. Duffy: Challenges Yellen on handling of FOMC leak investigation
· U.S. Rep. Duffy: Supports highway safety for Wisconsin includes Marathon County truck weight-limit exemption
· U.S. Rep. Pocan: As Veterans Day approaches Sen. Schatz & Reps. Pocan, Rangel urge Congress to pass Restore Honor to Service Members Act
· U.S. Rep. Pocan: Release of Trans-Pacific Partnership text confirms our fears about trade deal
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: "Now I realize it's an honor."
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: I see the First District as my family
· U.S. Reps. Kind, Sensenbrenner: Introduce bipartisan crop insurance reform legislation
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Joins call for full investigation into wrongful discharge of servicemembers with mental health disorders
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Senators introduce SAVE Benefits Act to boost Social Security and other critical benefits for seniors, veterans
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Bill to eliminate WOTUS rule passes the Senate
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Johnson, committee hear local support for school choice program
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Senators introduce Fruit and Vegetable Access for Children Act
· Voces de la Frontera: County board unanimously rejects adding stigmatizing language to local ID card
· Whitewater YES for Education: Petitions for local control of referenda
· Whitewater YES for Education: Petitions for local control of referenda; hopes to stop Senate bill 355; collects signatures statewide
· Wisconsin Association of Family and Children’s Agencies: WisconsinEye highlights value of school-based mental health services and supports
· Wisconsin Right to Life, Pro Life Wisconsin, Wisconsin Family Action: Statement on AB 253/SB 196

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