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· Sen. Bewley: Another hit coming for UW System students
· Sen. Erpenbach: UW operational budget to get board vote: Lowest state support reflects Republican cuts
· Sen. Hanson: Gov. Walker, legislative Republicans failing Wisconsin college students
· Sen. Shilling: Calls on Republican senators to denounce Trump
· Sen. Stroebel: UW should focus on best and brightest high school students
· Sen. Taylor: Questions Milwaukeeís lead testing practice
· Shrader campaign: Rep. Ed Brooks: Too little, too late
· U.S. Dept. of Labor: U.S. Labor Department, Ashley Furniture reach comprehensive settlement
· U.S. Rep. Duffy: Introduces the Protecting Internet Freedom Act with U.S. Sen. Cruz
· U.S. Rep. Duffy: Introduces the Protecting Internet Freedom Act with U.S. Sen. Cruz
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: Congress takes another important step to fight Zika
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: Statement on Prime Minister Modi's address to Congress
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Baldwin and Democrats urge Defense, State Departments to protect servicemembers, civil servants and their families in Zika-affected areas
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Bipartisan chemical safety reform legislation supported by Sen. Baldwin heads to presidentís desk
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Responds to news report on former GTMO detainees
· WHEDA: WHEDA and IFF agree to co-lend on affordable housing projects
· White House: New cities join My Brotherís Keeper Success Mentors Initiative, including Milwaukee, Wisconsin
· Wisconsin Academy of Ophthalmology: Fireworks eye injuries have more than doubled in recent years
· Wisconsin Association of Health Plans: An RFP is not enough
· WisDems: Higher tuition, higher fees, higher debt
· WisDems: U.S. Sen. Johnsonís Donald Duck
· WISDOM: Stands in solidarity with Waupun protesters
June 9
· AG Schimel: Jill Karofsky, executive director of Wisconsin DOJís Office of Crime Victim Services, receives Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assaultís Voices of Courage Award
· Anderson Campaign: Congressman Mark Pocan endorses Jimmy Anderson for Assembly
· City of Milwaukee Commission on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault: Statement on the Brock Turner case
· Compact Implementation Coalition: Groups ask Wisconsin to clarify its authority to regulate a Waukesha diversion
· Constitution Party: Candidate Darrell Castle to visit Madison, Wisconsin
· Craig campaign: Aims to contest Milwaukee's U.S. House seat
· Dept. of Corrections: Racine Correctional Institution hosts spring graduation ceremony
· DNC: Even Paul Ryan is afraid of Trumpís reckless foreign policy stances
· DPI: Listening sessions encourage stakeholders to inform education policy
· Gov. Walker: Appoints Judge Mac Davis and Judge Robert Kinney to Ethics Commission
· Gov. Walker: Participates in 30th Annual Law Enforcement Torch Run for Wisconsin Special Olympics
· Gov. Walker: Weekly radio address: Strengthening Wisconsin's workforce through Project SEARCH
· Lin Campaign: Senior assembly representative might lose place on ballot in fall election
· Local Government Institute of Wisconsin: Dark skies ahead for local government?
· Local Government Institute: Dark skies ahead for local government?
· Milwaukee Public Schools: Pulaski High School earns International Baccalaureate candidate status
· One Wisconsin Now: Would Trump University have gotten less scrutiny in Wisconsin under law change proposed by Gov. Walker after taking $10,000 Trump contribution?
· Pocan campaign: Endorses Jimmy Anderson for Assembly
· Rep. Knudson: Voter ID money can be spent more wisely, efficiently than proposed
· Reps. Steineke, Murphy, Rohrkaste, Tauchen: Outagamie County Reps. respond to sheriff/state patrol facility decision
· Sen. Carpenter: A letter to Governor Walker re trade trip to Mexico
· Sen. Cowles: More than 91,000 jobs available on
· Senate Dems: Weekly Democratic radio address: "Celebrating June Dairy Month"
· U.S. Attorney Haanstad: Keshena man indicted on assault charge
· U.S. Rep. Moore: GOP continues their relentless assault on Dodd-Frank
· U.S. Rep. Pocan: House Democrats call on President Obama to expand LGBT protections in the Trans-Pacific Partnership
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: A better way to keep America safe and free
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: A joint meeting of Congress with Prime Minister Modi
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: A vote to extend the pay freeze for Members of Congress
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: Previews national security agenda with WISNís Jay Weber
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: We need a confident America to keep us safe
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: What you need to know about the Houseís Puerto Rico bill
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Senate Democrats announce new legislative package and #WeThePeople campaign to reform government and ensure it works for all Americans, not just special interests
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Statement on vote for Reed-Mikulski Amendment to invest in a safe and strong America
· UW System: Regents approve increased financial aid recommendation
· UW-Madison: Kindle named financial aid director
· White House Press Office: White House announces the 2016-2017 national finalists for the White House Fellows Program

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