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August 6
· U.S. Rep. Pocan: On 50th Anniversary of Voting Rights Act Rep. Pocan calls for renewed effort to ensure right to vote
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Applauds signing of Good Neighbor Authority Agreement
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Examines challenges facing federal prison system
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Comments on anniversary of sikh temple shooting
· U.S. Sens. Johnson, Jeffries, Lankford, Isakson: Urge agencies to withdraw proposed "blacklisting" rules for federal contractors
· WEDC: Airworthy Aerospace expanding in western Wisconsin
· Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce: Lauds A.G. Brad Schimel for protecting Wisconsin jobs
· Wisconsin School of Business: Joins White House initiative for expanding opportunities for women in business
August 7
· AFL-CIO: Scott Walker’s policies all wrong for America
· Democratic National Committee: Scott Walker’s terrible economic and jobs record in Wisconsin
· Democratic National Committee: Walker calls himself a conservative who wins, but he is a divisive figure who would fail to lead
· Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee: Ron Johnson hit with ethics complaint after using taxpayer-funded resources to boost campaign
· Edgewood College: Choral director leads ‘people’s chorus’
· Gov. Walker: Commends WHEFA for job creation, economic development assistance Wisconsin health and educational facilities
· Gov. Walker: Final summer Sundays event at executive residence: dog days of summer
· Gov. Walker: Walker has enacted $4.7 billion in tax relief since becoming Governor
· Johnson Campaign: To attend state fair, hold Waukesha rally with Sen. Scott Brown
· Libertarian Party of Dane County: Feeding the homeless and hungry at tomorrow's Farmers' Market
· Marquette University: Researcher receives grant to educate and treat patients with brittle bone disease
· Milwaukee Ald. Coggs: Last day of Bronzeville Week 2015 will be filled with art (literally!)
· Milwaukee Bucks, Milwaukee Public Schools: To hold a joint press conference on Monday
· Milwaukee Mayor Barrett, Milwaukee City Council: Clarification on residency requirement in wake of Wisconsin Court of Appeals decision
· Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC: Misuse of power by elected officials and NBA Bucks owners/developers
· Milwaukee Professionals Association: Citizen oversight and wake-up call on NBA
· Milwaukee Public Schools: Two of the state's top high schools and a high-performing elementary school start Monday
· National Republican Senatorial Committee: Feingold Flashback: Feingold’s deciding vote for “largest tax increase” in history
· One Wisconsin Now: Assembly speaker packs new education task force with school privatization lackeys
· One Wisconsin Now: The reality of Scott Walker's record on higher education
· One Wisconsin Now: The reality of Scott Walker's record on K-12 education
· One Wisconsin Now: The reality of Scott Walker's record on reproductive health
· One Wisconsin Now: The reality of Scott Walker's record on the economy & the middle class
· One Wisconsin Now: Walker’s latest whopper on criminal investigation
· Rep. Brostoff: Statement on assignment to the speaker’s task force on Alzheimer’s and dementia
· Rep. Hebl: Introduces bill to provide retirement credit for veterans
· Rep. Jarchow: Works at local construction company
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Statement on Simcakoski VA OIG report
· U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner: Sensenbrenner and subcommittee chairs support objective biofuel study
· U.S. Sen Johnson: New report underscores need to improve management of government’s financially underperforming properties
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Statement in response to VA inspector general report on the death of marine corps veteran Jason Simcakoski at the Tomah VA Medical Center
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Statement in support of Iran nuclear agreement
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Comments on anniversary of Sikh Temple shooting
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Comments on VA OIG findings on Jason Simcakoski
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Lauds signing of good neighbor agreement
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Thune & Johnson to president: commerce department needs a permanent IG
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: To visit Oneida County
· Walker Campaign: Around the world, the Clinton-Obama foreign policy has left the world a mess
· Walker Campaign: National campaign chairman releases strategy memo
· Walker Campaign: New web video "And Won"
· Walker Campaign: On immigration, Walker “listened to the American people”: secure the border.
· Walker Campaign: Rick Wiley statement on Governor Walker's debate performance
· Walker Campaign: Russians know more about Hillary's emails than congress
· Walker Campaign: Talks winning debate performance on FOX news' "Hannity"
· Walker Campaign: Under Walker, Wisconsin’s unemployment rate is down to 4.6 percent from 8.1 percent
· Walker Campaign: Walker believes U.S. and NATO leadership is critical in responding to Russian aggression
· Walker campaign: Walker has a decades-long record of strong support for pro-life policies
· Walker Campaign: Walker strongly believes we should support our ally in Israel and visited the country to meet with Prime Minister Netanyahu and other Israeli leaders
· Walker Campaign: Walker will terminate Iran deal on day 1
· Wisconsin Lottery: Milwaukee man claims $22.2 million Megabucks ticket
August 10
· City of Milwaukee: City Channel telecasts on hold for equipment upgrade
· Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee: As VA releases Tomah report, Ron Johnson still dodging responsibility for letting complaints die

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