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January 7
· Dairy Business Milk Marketing Cooperative: Urges comprehensive immigration reform
· Disability Rights Wisconsin: Celebrates historic closure of Hilltop facility
· Gov. Walker: Announces 2015 state of the state address
· League of Wisconsin Municipalities: To thrive, state should be a REDI partner with Wisconsin cities and villages
· MadREP: Announces initiative to measure, recognize and improve workplace diversity and inclusion practices
· Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce: November economic trends
· Milwaukee Co. Ald. Davis: Streetcar will siphon away precious revenue, won’t help area of greatest needs in Milwaukee
· Milwaukee Police Association: Local and national organizations partner in support of law enforcement
· Milwaukee Public Schools: Schools to be closed Thurs., Jan. 8, 2015
· Office of the Commissioner of Insurance: December 2014 administrative actions
· One Wisconsin Now: GOP legislature starts 2015 payoff to school privatization industry
· Rep Pope: Voucher schools need more accountability
· Rep. Barca: Statement on education proposals
· Rep. Jorgensen: Takes oath of office at in-district inauguration
· Rep. Steineke: Statement on Assembly rule changes
· Rep. Thiesfeldt: Introduces academic review legislation
· Rep. Vos: Makes Building Commission appointments
· Rep. Vos: Welcomes productive Assembly session
· Sen. Dodd: Democratic legislators introduce voucher school accountability bill
· Sen. Hansen: Senate democrats push for real accountability for voucher schools
· Sen. Larson: Democrats introduce voucher accountability bill
· Sen. Lassa: Bill would make voucher schools accountable
· Sen. Shilling: Democrats push bipartisan accountability bill for taxpayer-funded voucher program
· Sen. Tiffany, Reps. Czaja, Swearingen, Mursau: Announce joint listening sessions
· Sen. Wirch: Senate democrats announce voucher school accountability bill
· Sonderhouse Campaign: Submitted nomination signatures
· U.S. Attorney Vaudreuil: Madison man charged with heroin crimes
· U.S. Rep. Ribble: Introduces no budget, no pay in 114th Congress
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Offers condolences, expresses outrage over terrorist attack in Paris
· UW System: UW-Whitewater chancellor search committee named
· UW-Stevens Point: Very Young Composers project earns national grant
· Waukesha Co. Online resources for severe cold
· Wendell Harris: Files nomination papers for Milwaukee Public Schools' Board of Directors
· Wisconsin Dept. of Justice: Jury find Pierce Co. man guilty of gun crimes
· Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources: Go local to learn latest ice conditions
· WISPIRG: Agency slashes forecasts of future driving growth between 24 and 44 percent
· Wood Campaign: UW-Madison student Zach Wood officially running unopposed for District 8 City Council seat
January 8
· League of Women Voters of Wisconsin: Releases election observer report, makes recommendations
· Alliance of Students Acheiving Progress: Student government civil rights class action lawsuit against UW-Milwaukee moves to federal court
· American Civil Liberties Union: Seeks supreme court review in Wisconsin voter ID case
· Anna Schwanebeck: Announces candidacy for chairmanship of the College Democrats of Wisconsin
· Dane Co. Exec. Parisi: Construction of “carbon capture” technology to begin at Dane County landfill
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Wisconsin state veterinarian continues ban on spring fair pig weigh-ins
· Dept. of Revenue: Launches tax filing season
· Dept. of Transportation: Cold temps challenge drivers, limit options to battle snow and ice
· Dept. of Transportation: Frozen road law expands Friday to Zone 3
· Dept. of Transportation: Wisconsin State Patrol announces results of aerial enforcement missions in 2014
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Council on Workforce Investment recommends key strategies to develop talent and grow Wisconsin's economy
· Gov. Walker: Delivers remarks at Wisconsin Bankers Association luncheon
· Gov. Walker: Governor’s Council honors 17 with 2014 Wisconsin Financial Literacy Award
· Gov. Walker: To deliver remarks at Wisconsin Bankers Association Economic Forecast Luncheon
· Gov. Walker: Weekly Radio Address: A grand vision for the future
· Madison Metropolitican School District Superintendent Cheatham: Open letter to legislators on accountability bill
· Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin: Experts agree that Bureau of Indian Affairs should reject most recent compact amendment for Forest County Potawatomi Community
· Menomonee-Hard Rock Casino Project Team: Legal opinions on why Potawatomi compact amendment should be rejected
· Milwaukee Public Schools: Board Strategic Planning and Budget Committee's Jan. 8, 2015 meeting postponed
· One Wisconsin Now: Assembly GOP stacks the deck for private school voucher industry
· One Wisconsin Now: Testimony in opposition to Assembly Joint Resolution 1
· Rep .Swearingen appointed to building commission
· Rep. Born: Appointed to state building commission


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