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August 10
· Dept. of Administration: David Erdman named Wisconsin Capital Finance Director
· Madison Mayor Soglin: Stones at Philosopherís Grove to be removed
· Milwaukee Ald. Donovan: To hold news conference outside home where boy was shot
· Milwaukee Bucks: Jabari Parker and the Bucks partner with Milwaukee Public Schools on new attendance initiative
· One Wisconsin Now: Hillary Clinton unveils comprehensive plan to address student loan debt crisis
· Owens Campaign: Conservative Scott Owens enters the 99th assembly race calling for elimination of corporate income taxes in Wisconsin
· Sen. Hansen: Renews call for passage of non-partisan re-districting bill
· Sen. Vinehout: Should tax dollars go to companies just to "create jobs"?
· Sen. Vukmir, Rep. Sanfelippo: Mental health reform: Itís already working
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: To visit Sheboygan, Lafayette, Green and Rock counties
· U.S. Sens. Johnson, Carper, McCaskill: Senators respond to GAO report showing that federal contracting officers too often do not drive a hard bargain
· Walker Campaign: Gov. Walker fires up crowd at RedState gathering
August 11
· ACLU of Wisconsin: Stop criminalizing homeless persons city of Madison
· Care of Creation: Evangelical community launches climate change action group
· Citizen Action: Applauds WEDC outsourcing accountability bills
· Club for Growth PAC: To bundle for five presidential candidates
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Lifts all avian influenza infected premises quarantines
· Dept. of Public Instruction: 137 small rural districts to receive sparsity aid
· Gov. Walker: Requests USDA secretarial disaster designation for affected ginseng farmers
· Gov. Walker: To participate in Governor's Blue Ribbon 4-H Foundation Meat Products Auction
· Johnson Campaign: Johnson & Scott Brown make Milwaukee area stops, visit state fair
· Media Trackers: University of Wisconsin researchers used fetal tissue from supplier tied to Planned Parenthood
· Milwaukee County Transit System: Transit contract talks continue
· Milwaukee Public Schools: Jabari Parker and the Bucks partner on new attendance initiative
· One Wisconsin Now: Assembly Republicans play politics with life-saving medical research
· Rep. Bowen, Sen. Fitzgerald: Statement on placement of Jonathan Miller
· Rep. Hesselbein: Supports UW research, opposes Planned Parenthood bill
· Rep. Jorgensen: Urges state transportation officials to move forward on I-39/90 project as planned
· Rep. Kremer: Remarks following AB 305 hearing
· Rep. Kuglitsch: New EPA rules anything but reasonable
· Rep. Taylor: Assembly GOP playing politics with women's health, again
· Sen. Lassa: Back-to-school preparations should include immunization
· Sen. Nass: Cheaper to keep them-Bucks getting $2 million more expensive
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: To tour Team Industries and Neenah foundry
· UW Health: Emergency department services come to Madisonís east side
· UW-Stout: Alumni with recovering triplets seek support for parechovirus research
· Walker Campaign: Announces Gov. Bob List as Nevada campaign chair
· Walker Campaign: Gov. Walker on "Fox & Friends": False Democrat talking points won't work
· Walker Campaign: Gov. Walker response to Hillary Clinton's baseless attacks on his college tuition record
· Walker Campaign: Meets with voters in South Carolina
· Wisconsin Child Support Enforcement Association: Gov. Walker proclaims August child support awareness month in Wisconsin
· Wisconsin Family Action: Supports bill banning sale, use, experimentation involving body parts of aborted babies
· Wisconsin Right to Life: Abby Johnson, former Planned Parenthood director, testifies in favor of ending the sale of fetal body parts
· Wisconsin Supreme Court: Brown Co. circuit court judge selected to head Committee of Chief Judges
August 12
· Dane County: Introduces measure to prohibit ECigarettes in workplaces
· Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee: Ron Johnson still refuses to accept Russ Feingold's Badger Pledge to keep ouside money out of Wisconsin
· Dept. of Administration: Building Commission approves projects
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Board approves 2015 migratory bird hunting seasons
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Natural Resources Board accepts major donation from Friends of Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center
· Feingold Campaign: Two months later: Sen. Johnson still refusing to sign Badger Pledge
· Gov. Walker: Hosts Governorís Blue Ribbon Livestock Auction
· Gov. Walker: Participates in the Governor's blue ribbon 4-H foundation meat products auction
· Gov. Walker: Signs Senate Bill 209 relating to Milwaukee Bucks arena
· Legislative Audit Bureau: Medical education, research, and public health grants
· Legislative Audit Bureau: Medical education, research, and public health grants highlights
· Madison Mayor Soglin: Statement on Oscar Mayer-KraftHeinz job losses
· Milwaukee Bucks: Statement on arena bill signing
· National Eagle Forum: Letter to Wisconsin State Legislature encouraging passage of Rep. Jacque's bills
· One Wisconsin Now: ICYMI One Wisconsin Institute report details continuing failures of Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation
· Operation Welcome Home: Take back the stones: Services not displacement for black homeless people


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