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October 7
· Board of Commissioners of Public Lands: Board approves $2 million for community projects
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Oneida County will join EAB quarantine list
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Two new CWD-positive white-tailed deer found on two different farms in Wisconsin
· Dept. of Public Instruction: AP and SAT results strong
· Dept. of Transportation: International Walk to Schook Day is tomorrow, October 8, and kids across Wisconsin will be hitting the sidewalks
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Bay Area Career Expo at Shopko Hall Thursday offers most employment opportunities of DWD special recruiting events
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Deadlines approaching for round 3 of Governor Walker's Wisconsin Fast Forward Initiative
· Duffy Campaign: We’re a team
· Harris Campaign: Mark Harris to attend forum in Oshkosh while Glenn Grothman attends fundraiser
· IMMLY: Founder Jacki Rickert receives Defender of Liberty Award
· League of Women Voters of Wisconsin: Statement on voter ID ruling
· LeMahieu Campaign: Devin LeMahieu, small business owner, receives NFIB endorsement
· Log Cabin Republicans of Wisconsin: Statement re: Supreme Court ruling
· MacIver Institute: Report: Wisconsin was right to reject the Medicaid expansion
· Madison Mayor Soglin: 2015 budget message
· Milwaukee Professionals Association: A look at the 2015 city budget for core constituents
· One Wisconsin Now: Encourages Wisconsin media to donate air time and ad space for photo ID education
· Rep. Jorgensen: Keeps up pressure to extend, expand DMV services to get Wisconsin voters required ID cards
· Rep. Shankland: Statement on historic Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality
· Ryan Campaign: Ryan for Congress releases first television ad: "Audit"
· Schimel Campaign: Brad Schimel: Champion for victims, justice
· Sebring Campaign: Governor Tommy Thompson endorses Dan Sebring for Congress
· Sen. Hansen: Republicans cancel finance meeting in response to growing budget crisis
· Sen. Lassa: Receives Legislator of the Year Award
· Sen. Shilling: Walker's $3 billion budget crisis worsens as Republicans abruptly cancel finance meeting
· Stuck Campaign: Stuck pledges support for veterans wronged by corporate profits over veterans law
· U.S. Rep. Duffy: Leads effort to save bat from endangered species distinction
· UW-Madison: Seven international centers at UW-Madison to share $3.4 million in federal grants
· Walker Campaign: Releases new web video: “Agriculture”
· Walker Campaign: Volunteers for Agriculture endorse Governor Scott Walker
· WEDC: Workshop to help unravel the mystery of starting your own business
· Westlund Campaign: Statement on the passing of Mike Simonson
· White House: Remarks by the first lady at grassroots campaign event for candidate Mary Burke
· Wisconsin AFL-CIO: Walker rejects workers’ living wage complaint
· Wisconsin Federation for Children, School Choice Wisconsin: New anti-education reform group spreads misinformation about cost of school choice
· Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce: Assembly Speaker Robin Vos receives state chamber's "Working for Wisconsin" Award
· Wisconsin Supreme Court: Oct. 7 mandates
· WisGOP: Michelle Obama plans do-over campaign stop for Mary Burke
October 8
· ACLU: Asks U.S. Supreme Court to stay appeals panel ruling on Wisconsin voter ID law
· Adamczyk Campaign: Adamczyk proposes adding unclaimed property to tax forms
· ADCC: Amy Sue Vruwink's campaign named "Race to Watch" by DLCC
· ADCC: Jeff Peck's campaign named "Race to Watch" by DLCC
· AG Van Hollen: Announces national $105 million cramming settlement with AT&T Mobility
· AG Van Hollen: Joint investigation results in arrest of two correctional officers
· AG Van Hollen: Milwaukee County man convicted of unemployment compensation fraud
· AG Van Hollen: Wisconsinites turn in 17 tons of drugs during September's national prescription drug "take back"
· Bomhack Campaign: Bomhack responds to attack ads by opponent’s special interest friends
· Burke Campaign: "Pizza"
· Burke Campaign: Midwest Harvest Fest draws thousands
· Center on Wisconsin Strategy: Raise the floor Wisconsin
· CERS: Roth releases second ad “Home”
· Dairy Business Association: Endorses Governor Walker
· Dept. of Revenue: Tax return extension deadline one week away
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Neenah employer honored for efforts to hire persons with disabilities
· Duffy Campaign: Duffy releases finalized debate schedule
· Duncan Campaign: Reinvesting in education is a must to getting us back on track
· Gov. Walker: Delivers remarks at BioForward Summit
· Gov. Walker: Joins experts an annual Cyber Security Summit
· Gov. Walker: Participates in ribbon cutting for new Airgas, Inc. distribution center
· Kurtz Campaign: Kurtz campaign is on TV

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