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May 6
· Public Policy Institute: Unchanged state revenue estimate means expansion of BadgerCare should be pursued
· Rep. Barca: Republican accounting trick leaves community schools searching for crumbs
· Rep. Barca: Sluggish revenue numbers reflect irresponsible Republican budgeting
· Rep. Considine: Introduces industrial hemp bill
· Rep. Craig: Co-authors legislation reforming civil asset forfeiture law
· Rep. Gannon: K-12 funding a priority
· Rep. Jacque, Sen. Roth: Bill to close OWI loophole clears state Senate
· Rep. Jorgensen: Revenue numbers show Republicans have “overpromised and underperformed"
· Rep. Kitchens: Joint Finance Committee votes to restore funding to the Wisconsin Fund
· Rep. Knudson: Assembly GOP commits to fully funding K-12
· Rep. Kremer: Pushes back on DOR, provides predictability for small business audits
· Rep. Krug: Remains committed to K-12 funding
· Rep. Novak: Calls K-12 education a top priority
· Rep. Pope: Republican legislators try to cover up public education budget missteps
· Rep. Pope: With no additional revenue available, funding K-12 education is about priorities
· Rep. Shankland: Don’t let Republicans off the hook for failing our public schools
· Rep. Shankland: Republican giveaways result in low revenue numbers, harsh budget cuts
· Rep. Spiros: Education is a top priority
· Rep. Steineke: Statement on restoring education funding
· Rep. Zamarripa: Statement on LFB revenue projections
· Sen. Carpenter, Rep. Jacque: Senate unanimously passes bill to protect domestic abuse victims.
· Sen. Darling, Rep. Nygren: Revenue estimates remain on target
· Sen. Fitzgerald, Rep. Jagler: Senate sends motorcycle lighting bill to governor
· Sen. Hansen: Statement on LFB revenue projections: Governor's presidential ambitions come at expense of Wisconsin families
· Sen. LaMahieu: Statement on Senate passage of 70 mph speed limit
· Sen. Larson: Statement on no new revenue for state budget
· Sen. Lassa: Republicans can’t disown Gov. Walker’s budget
· Sen. Miller: Statement: Legislative Republicans blindly follow Gov. Walker
· Sen. Petrowski, Rep. Neylon: Bill protecting victims of harassment passes Senate
· Sen. Roth, Rep. Steffen: Stolen Valor bill passes Senate by voice vote
· Sen. Shilling: Despite growing national economy, Wisconsin budget crisis looms due to GOP policies
· Sen. Wirch: Statement on latest revenue estimates
· Sens. Taylor, Erpenbach; Reps. Taylor, Hintz: No pot of gold to fix Republican budget
· Support Our Schools Wauwatosa: Statement from President Rolland
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Presses for strong Avian flu response
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Says Republican budget rewards those at the top
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: To HHS: Women should have full access to all FDA-approved contraception
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: With Republican budget slashing funding for local law enforcement, Baldwin urges full funding for vital Byrne Justice Assistance Grant
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Moves eight bipartisan bills out of Committee
· Voces de la Frontera: Files lawsuit against Sheriff Clarke over deportation collaboration
· Wisconsin Association of School Boards: Statement regarding state revenues announcement
· Wisconsin Budget Project: Lawmakers can avoid most damaging budget cuts, even without additional tax revenue
· Wisconsin Budget Project: “Actually, it’s an easy choice” to invest in education
· Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction: Evers supports more funds for public school students
· Wisconsin Education Association Council: Statement on LFB revenue projections
· Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority: Gov. Walker appoints Hogan as WHEDA board chairman
May 7
· AARP Wisconsin: Latest revenue growth estimate provides another reason to accept Medicaid expansion
· AG Schimel: Statement on today’s Joint Finance Committee action
· AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin: Statement on Joint Finance Committee approval of investment in HIV/AIDS care and treatment
· Alliance for the Great Lakes: All hands on deck needed to solve Great Lakes nutrient crisis
· American Federation of Teachers: Technical College leaders, students and community leaders support legislation to restore Milwaukee representation to MATC governing board
· Americans for Prosperity Wisconsin: Disappointed in Sen. Marklein’s vote against prevailing wage repeal
· Americans for Prosperity Wisconsin: Opens new Sheboygan field office
· Citizen Action of Wisconsin: New revenue numbers reveal absurdity of turning down enhanced BadgerCare dollars
· County Execs. Nelson, Harris, Parisi: Letter regarding prevailing wage
· Dane Co. Exec. Parisi: Announces Bollig acquisition
· Dane County Cities and Villages Association: Elects 2015-16 Executive Committee
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Take a pass on a door-to-door pitch
· Dept. of Children and Families: ADVOCAP community action agency honored
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Nice weather brings out good numbers of anglers for opening of inland fishing season


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