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July 9
· Miller Campaign: EMILY'S List endorses Margo Miller for Wisconsin's 81st Assembly District
· Neylon Campaign: Rep. Adam Neylon endorses Eric Severson for Waukesha County sheriff
· Novak Campaign: Davis endorses Todd Novak for Assembly
· One Wisconsin Now: Rick Esenberg, the Bradley Foundation and the case of Ron Johnson's missing legal bills
· Rep. Wright: To hold listening session at Day's Bowl-A-Dome
· Rep. Young: Receives 100 percent rating from League of Conservation Voters
· Scieszinski Campaign: Scieszinski calls on Gov. Walker to reverse course on Medicaid funds
· Sen. Carpenter: Slams public utilities' plans to charge more for using less energy
· Sen. Fitzgerald: 13th District school funding up over $8 million for 2014-15 school year
· Sen. Risser, Rep. Hintz: Letter to DOA Secretary Mike Huebsch regarding the sale of State assets
· Sen. Shilling: $46.1 million budget deficit projected for Veterans Trust Fund
· Stroebel Campaign: Stroebel receives Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce "Working for Wisconsin" Award
· Synowicz Campaign: Earns endorsement of Pro-Life Wisconsin
· Treasurer Schuller: Helps save Wisconsin more than $1 million
· UW Health: Study to shed light on health in Dane County
· UW-Eau Claire: Luke Kempen selected as new director of Wisconsin Small Business Development Center
· UW-Stout: Bates top graduate instructor; faculty, staff recognized
· UW-Stout: Cadaver training gives rehab providers inside look at human body
· Walker Campaign: HUD: State must repay $12.3 million Mary Burke helped award
· Walker Campaign: Raises $8.2 million in finance period, has $7.6 million on hand
· Wisconsin Dental Association: Commends Marshfield Clinic for focus on existing and successful oral health access programs
· Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority: Announces new director of commercial lending
· Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty: Responds to One Wisconsin Now accusations
· Wisconsin Nonprofits Association: Government-nonprofit contracting issues the subject of upcoming round-table discussions hosted by the Wisconsin Nonprofits Association (WNA)
· Wisconsin Supreme Court: Re: State of Wisconsin v. Martin P. O'Brien/State of Wisconsin v. Kathleen M. O'Brien/State of Wisconsin v. Charles E. Butts
July 10
· Adamczyk Campaign: Adamczyk will save taxpayers $26k by canceling membership in NAST
· AG Van Hollen: Files with U.S. Court of Appeals Seventh Circuit notice of appeal in the matter of Wolf, et al v. Walker, et al
· AG Van Hollen: Issues formal opinion to the Government Accountability Board concerning whether the board could release its confidential investigative records to the Legislative Audit Bureau
· AG Van Hollen: Issues formal opinion to University of Wisconsin system and Department of Public Instruction concerning the "course options" statute as it relates to concurrent enrollment
· Biemeck Campaign: Pro-Life Wisconsin endorses Bryn Biemeck
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Out of state tax notices may signal identity theft
· Dept. of Revenue: Sun Prairie couple charged with tax fraud
· Dept. of Veterans Affairs: Madison VA Hospital hosts mental health summit
· Gov. Walker: Attends McLane Foodservice Milwaukee expansion celebration
· Gov. Walker: Major increase in walleye-stocked lakes under Wisconsin Walleye Initiative
· Great Lakes: Awards a record $8.8 million in grants to advance college completion
· Grothman Campaign: Grothman opposes Common Core, federal involvement in education
· Marquette University: Charles Franklin goes “On the Issues” to present new Marquette Law School poll
· Media Trackers: Ex-Sen. Wanggaard lying about record on concealed carry
· Milwaukee Co. Chairwoman Dimitrijevic: Idea of sale of O'Donnell parking structure will have public input
· Milwaukee Co. Exec. Abele: Proposed sale of O'Donnell parking structure will benefit entire community
· Milwaukee Public Schools: Job fair, interview day set as MPS seeks limited number of teachers
· Office of the Commissioner of Insurance: Administrative actions for June 2014
· One Wisconsin Now: Gov. Walker's WEDC doubles down on sending state tax dollars to businesses shipping Wisconsin jobs overseas
· Rep. Hulsey: Calls for citizens who want to appeal Gov. Walker’s DNR permit of Enbridge pipeline expansion
· Rep. Hulsey: New report shows 1-in-6 Wisconsin rural roads in poor condition
· Rep. Sinicki: Statement regarding Walker Administration's refusal to suspend sex offender placements in City of Milwaukee
· Rep. Young: Receives 100 percent rating from Wisconsin state AFL-CIO
· Rep. Zepnick: Calls on attorney general to assist Milwaukee in placement of sex offenders
· Reps. Barca and Sargent: Statements on attorney general's audit bureau opinion
· Reps. Taylor and Johnson: Request explanation for thousands of backlogged child abuse investigations in Milwaukee County
· Richards Campaign: Clean Wisconsin Action Fund endorses Jon Richards for Attorney General
· Sen. Cullen: Weekly Democratic Radio Address: "Accept federal funds to provide everyday Wisconsinites the security of quality health coverage"
· Sen. Lazich: Statement on Attorney General opinion regarding the Government Accountability Board
· Steitz Campaign: Nik Clark, leading 2nd Amendment advocate endorses Steitz
· Stroebel Campaign: Stroebel statement on the personal attacks from the Leibham campaign
· Synowicz Campaign: Statement regarding attendance of immigration reform news conference
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Cancel August recess to work on long-term plan for infrastructure investment
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Supports efforts to strengthen worker training
· U.S. Rep. Moore: Supports bill to enhance job training efforts


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