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May 9
· Transportation Development Association: Statement regarding the Wisconsin Department of Transportation response to recent TRIP report
· U.S. Attorney Vaudreuil: Former Madison police officer pleads guilty to federal public corruption crime
· Wisconsin Family Action: North Carolina fights back against Obama Administration’s bullying
· WisDems: Senate Republicans admit they're playing politics with the Supreme Court
May 10
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· AARP Wisconsin: Seeks nominees statewide for top community volunteer award
· AG Schimel: Issues formal opinion regarding 2011 WI Act 21 and high capacity wells
· America Rising PAC: Launches Senate candidate anti-superhero comics
· Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin: Praises Attorney General’s memo to rein in bureaucracy
· Citizen Action of Wisconsin: Latest revelations on Wisconsin health care costs expose do nothing leadership in Madison
· Common Cause in Wisconsin: Just one in ten state legislative districts in Wisconsin are competitive for the 2016 general election
· Gov. Walker: Announces Wisconsin makes list of ‘top 15’ Best States for Business
· Gov. Walker: To lead business development mission to Mexico in June
· Gov. Walker: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee faculty fuss leaves out important facts
· Government Accountability Board: Kevin Kennedy announces retirement plans
· Great Lakes Legal Foundation: Attorney General Brad Schimel validates sweeping limits on agency authority
· Janus Campaign: A challenge in the 61st AD
· League of Women Voters of Wisconsin: Election report finds problems, calls for voter education
· League of Women Voters of Wisconsin: Releases election observer report
· Madison Area Sports Commission: Welcomes new board chair and new board members
· Mile of Music: Folk-rockers, crooner top list of performers added to Mile of Music 4 talent lineup
· Milwaukee Co. Exec. Abele: MPS asked to say yes to protect public schools
· Nehlen Campaign: Paul Ryan the poster boy for outside interests
· One Wisconsin Institute: Sen. Johnson decides to have a meeting but strong majority of WI voters demand fair hearing, timely up-down vote on Judge Garland
· One Wisconsin Now: Gov. Walker refuses to help one million Wisconsin student loan borrowers with their student loan debt, wants help paying off his from disastrous presidential bid
· Public Policy Forum: Report suggests strategies for maximizing resident participation on city-funded projects
· Rep. Goyke: Milwaukee Democrats volunteer at Hunger Task Force farm
· Rep. Jarchow: Two ‘Working With You’ days in two weeks
· Rep. Krug: Statement on attorney general opinion
· Rep. Shankland: Statement on attorney general opinion
· Rep. Vos: Statement on AG opinion affirming legislative authority
· Republican State Leadership Committee: Announces 2016 executive committee
· Sen. Shilling: Facing potential deficit, Walker borrows $101 million
· Sen. Tiffany: Statement on Attorney general opinion clarifying 2011 Act 21
· Sens. Erpenbach, Taylor, Reps. Hintz, Taylor: Gov. Walker skips debt payment. Again.
· Supreme Court: May 10 opinions and mandates
· U.S. Rep. Ryan praises House passage of PROMISE Act
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: Here are the facts about the Iran deal
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: House tackling opioid crisis + much more
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Statement on U.S. House of Representatives vote to pass the Jason Simcakoski PROMISE Act
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Introduces Trickett Wendler Right To Try Act
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Statement on meeting with Judge Garland
· UW-Madison Teaching Assistants’ Association: Co-Presidents reaffirm support for votes of no confidence across the state
· UW-Madison: Baldwin Wisconsin Idea grant winners announced
· UW-Madison: More than 150 new members join Phi Beta Kappa at UW-Madison
· UW-Milwaukee Faculty Sens. Buff, Fleisher: Statements on no confidence vote
· Welcher Campaign: Listening session on veterans’ issues announced
· Wisconsin Bear Hunters Association: Statement on Great Lakes wolf summit
· Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault: Announcing the 2016 Voices of Courage Awards
· Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation: Governor Walker announces the 2016 Governor’s Export Achievement Awards
· Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce: Agriculture and industry groups thank attorney general for providing key guidance to state agencies
· Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce: Attorney General opinion upholds major regulatory reform
· Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce: Urges appeals court to restore right-to-work law
· Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group Foundation: Public interest group, local doctor and farmer call on Culver’s to help save antibiotics
· Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council and Cool Choices: 2015 State of Wisconsin Sustainability Report
· Wisconsin Tax­payers Alliance: School districts using new way to exceed state revenue limits
· WisDems: Johnson may meet with Garland, but he still wants Trump's SCOTUS nominee
· WisDems: “The Ronald and the Donald Show” - SCOTUS Edition
May 11
· ACLU of Wisconsin: Statement on Lincoln Hills medical mistakes
· American Democracy Legal Fund: Files complaint against U.S. Rep. Ryan


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