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December 9
· Maxwell Campaign: Mike Maxwell seeks Waukesha’s Circuit Court Branch 8
· Milwaukee Ald. Davis: Luxury versus necessities
· Rep. Sargent: New progressive "action tank" to take policy fight to the states
· Stroebel Campaign: Speaker Vos, Majority Leader Steineke, and 20 other conservative legislative leaders support Cedarburg businessman Duey Stroebel
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Asks Secretary of State Kerry 'Why has the administration not sent us a draft proposal?'
· UW-Stout: Undergraduates present research at state economics meeting
· Wisconsin Association for Justice: Milwaukee lawyer Jacobs to lead Wisconsin Association for Justice
· Wisconsin Family Action: Statement on Governor Walker’s casino update
· Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation: Delegates set policy for 2015
· Wisconsin Farmers Union: Urges farmers to comment on Beef Checkoff by Dec. 10th
· Wisconsin Hospital Association: Health care transparency advances in Wisconsin with new hospital quality rating system
· Wisconsin Industrial Energy Group: Stakeholders request more time regarding WEC acquisition docket
· WisDems: Scott Walker courts billionaire’s cash, support for presidential bid
December 10
· Dane Co. Exec. Parisi: Now hiring for a great new career
· Dept. of Natural Resources: DNR's new public input process helping citizens shape agency direction
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Elk group gifting Browning knives to youth in hunter ed classes
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Natural Resources Board approves emergency rule to protect Lake Superior lake trout
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Natural Resources Board approves revisions to state's invasive species rule
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Natural Resources Board authorizes public hearings to receive feedback regarding Deer Trustee's Report rule package
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Proposal to consider reopening Blue Mound State Park snowmobile trail approved
· Dept. of Transportation: State airport plan final public hearing scheduled for Dec. 18
· Dept. of Veterans Affairs: Holiday wreath-laying to honor vetearns
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Wisconsin Fast Forward: Up to $3 million available in new round of Blueprint for Prosperity school-to-work grants
· Log Cabin Republicans of Wisconsin: Letter to Baraboo School District
· Media Trackers: Operating engineers switch political support, Right to Work looms
· Milwaukee Co. Supvs. Broderick, Johnson, Jursik: Announce opposition to O'Donnell Park sale to Northwestern Mutual
· Milwaukee Office of the City Treasurer: 2014 City of Milwaukee property tax bills
· Milwaukee Public Schools: Washington HS of IT nets 2nd grant to connect students to mobile app development
· One Wisconsin Now: Walker administration breaks new fundraising ground with "pay to pray" inaugural event
· Prescott Campaign: Ralph Prescott drops out of state Senate race
· Rep. Shankland: Rep. Shankland to hold town hall office hours on December 15
· Sen. Cowles: Letter to Public Service Commission re: Docket 9400-YO-100 (Acquisition of Integrys Energy Group by Wisconsin Energy Corp.)
· St. Croix EDC: Legislators say focus continues on growing economy, business-friendly environment
· Strategic Perception: Names Jill Bader director of strategic partnerships
· The Kammer Group: Nels Rude joins the Kammer Group
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Applauds higher standards for crude oil stabilization
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Statement on CIA torture report
· U.S. Rep. Ribble: Helps introduce amendment to ban funds for Obama's immigration order
· U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner: Sensenbrenner, Massie & Lofgren introduce Secure Data Act
· U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner: Sensenbrenner, Scott, Marino, Bass, Joyce, Ryan introduce comprehensive legislation to combat drug addiction
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Baldwin gets job done on transportation measure to support Wisconsin’s economy
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Calls for action to prevent international violence and discrimination against women
· Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation: Jack Meffert receives "Distinguished Service to Farm Bureau" award
· Wisconsin Farmers Union: Objects to family farmer-hurting provisions snuck into appropriations bill
· Wisconsin Lottery: $79,000 Badger 5 ticket sold in Lomira
· Wisconsin Supreme Court: Mandate in 118th Street Kenosha, LLC v. Wisconsin Department of Transportation
· WisDems: Gov. Walker's task force about nothing
December 11
· AG Van Hollen: Announces judgment requiring Oconto County body shop operators to pay forfeitures for open burning and hazardous waste violations
· AG Van Hollen: Osseo resident sentenced to 40 years for first degree reckless homicide and child abuse
· AIDS Network, AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin: AIDS Network and the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin announce merger
· Dane Co. Exec. Parisi: Fourth Economy Consulting selects Dane County as a top community nationwide for economic sustainability in its community index
· Dept. of Transportation: Booze and Belts traffic safety mobilization strives to save lives
· Dept. of Transportation: State finalizes rail purchase to support freight rail system
· Gov. Walker: Delivers remarks at Wisconsin Fast Forward grant announcement at Milwaukee Center for Independence, Inc.
· Gov. Walker: Governor Scott Walker participates in the Waukesha County Business Alliance
· Gov. Walker: Weekly radio address: “Christmastime at the Executive Residence”
· LISC Milwaukee: Fifteen named for improving central city neighborhoods
· Marquette University: Marquette College of Communication accepting applications for 2015-16 O’Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism
· Media Trackers: Minimum wage hike advocates asked senators to violate ethics rules
· One Wisconsin Now: Gov. Walker’s math problem much bigger than spelling woes


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