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July 6
· Sen. Carpenter: Republican leadership ignores arena reality
· Sen. Carpenter: Statement regarding first responder shot in Milwaukee
· Sen. Larson: Statement on budget secrecy
· Sen. Risser: Statement "Public, press should not forget GOP betrayal of public trust in attempt to guy Open Records law"
· Stop Common Core in Wisconsin: An open letter to Governor Walker: No more games on Common Core
· The White House: Senior administration officials to host conference call on a new White House education report
· U.S. Rep. Duffy: Adds youth division to annual “Paul Bunyan #ServiceAboveSelf” Award
· WAWH: Medical community continues to speak out against abortion ban
· Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty: Governor Walker, legislative leaders jettison changes to state's Open Records Law
· Wisconsin Rural Water Association, League of Wisconsin Municipalities, Municipal Environmental Group-Water and the Wisconsin Water Association: Remove provision 66 from the budget
· Young, Gifted and Black: Funeral procession for Tony Robinson and all those killed by police
July 7
· Ald. Bohl: Work needed toward a multifaceted solution to deadly violence
· American Dairy Association: Dairy farmers tell members of congress "we need an adequate work force!”
· Bielinski Campaign: To stop the violence, honesty and hard choices are needed
· Board of Commissioners of Public Lands: Approves nearly $6.3 million for community projects
· Godfrey & Kahn, S.C.: Welcomes Nathan J. Zolik to its Political Law and Environment & Energy Strategies Practice Groups
· Johnson Campaign: Johnson raises $2 million in second quarter
· Milwaukee Co. Transit Services: Announces Strike Reimbursement Plan
· One WI Now: GOP-led state Senate set to launch massive raid on K-12 public school funding to support unaccountable private voucher schools
· Rep. Gannon: Remains committed to repeal of prevailing wage
· Rep. Kremer: Repeal of Prevailing Wage is real money savings
· Sen. Carpenter: Tax exemptions committee to take up Bucks arena plan
· Sen. Cowles: Statement on budget vote
· Sen. Darling: Statement on passage of state budget
· Sen. Fitzgerald: Wisconsin Senate passes 2015-17 biennial budget
· Sen. Gudex: State Senate votes on the budget
· Sen. Lasee: Prevailing Wage amendment added to budget
· Sen. Marklein: Authors amendment to remove open records changes from the budget
· Sen. Ringhand: Statement on passage of the state budget
· U.S. Rep. Kind, Wittman: Introduce legislation to protect neotropical migratory birds
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Continues border hearing series
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Statement "The 2014 humanitarian crisis at our border"
· UW-Milwaukee Student Association: Statement on proposed budget cut allocations
· WEDC: Northwestern Wisconsin manufacturer to expand
· WI AFL-CIO: No weekends in Wisconsin? Workers and families deserve a day of rest
· WI DOJ: Tomah man charged with threatening the President
· WI-ACOG, WIAAP, WAFP & WMS: Joint letter opposing SB 179 & AB 237
July 8
· AARP Wisconsin: Sen. Baldwin discusses family caregiving during AARP forum today on Capitol Hill
· ACLU of Wisconsin: Statement on partisan gerrymandering lawsuit
· Americans for Prosperity Wisconsin: Applauds state Senate on Prevailing Wage repeal amendment
· Department of Public Instruction: Evers commends Presidential Teaching Award recipients
· Department of Workforce Development: Assistant Deputy Secretary Anderson meets with Young Professionals at Schofield employer
· Fair Elections Project Wisconsin: Wisconsin citizens file federal lawsuit to overturn unconstitutional gerrymandering of legislative districts
· League of Women Voters of Wisconsin: Statement on state budget
· One WI Now: Will Assembly GOP allow raid on public education to benefit unaccountable private school voucher program?
· One Wisconsin Now: Assembly budget packed with giveaways for special interests, nothing for one million student loan borrowers
· Rep. Hintz: Republicans debate an imaginary budget that is good for Wisconsin
· Rep. Spreitzer: Debate on disastrous budget begins
· Rep. Subeck: Republican budget declares war on Wisconsin values
· Sen. Erpenbach: statement on the passage of the 2015-2017 Wisconsin state budget in the Senate
· Sen. Farrow: Senate passes 2015-2017 state biennial budget
· Sen. Hansen: Statement on budget passage
· Sen. Larson: Statement on passage of Republican’s backwards budget
· Sen. Lassa: Budget will hurt middle class families
· Sen. Lazich: Senate Republicans lead the way
· Sen. LeMahieu: Votes to protect taxpayers, repeal prevailing wage in state budget
· Sen. Miller: Statement regarding passage of 2015-17 budget
· Sen. Nass: Votes in favor of Senate version of the 2015-17 biennial budget
· Sen. Shilling: Statement on budget debate
· Sen. Stroebel: Budget moves Wisconsin forward

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