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April 4
· Milwaukee Co. Supervisor Rainey: African Americans and Latinos losing economic ground in Milwaukee County and nationwide
· Milwaukee Co. Supervisor Romo West: Applauds common council on Chavez holiday
· Milwaukee Mayor Barrett, Milwaukee Co. Exec. Abele: Fallen Iraq War soldier honored with street renaming
· Novak Campaign: Local sheriffs endorse Novak
· One Wisconsin Now: National Progress Now ‘March Badness’ tourney reaches finale
· Public Policy Forum: Number of voucher schools relatively unchanged since 2003 while enrollment has doubled
· Rep. Goyke: Statement on the retirement of Rep. Sandy Pasch
· Rep. Hesselbein: Joins governor as he signs King Veterans Home bill into law
· Rep. Hesselbein: Statement on Rep. Sandy Pasch announcement
· Rep. Jorgensen: Thanks Pasch for her years of service, leadership
· Rep. Kaufert: Announces he will not seek re-election to Assembly
· Rep. Pasch: Statement regarding decision to not seek re-election in 2014
· Rep. Riemer: Statement on retirement of Representative Sandy Pasch
· Rep. Vos: Statement on the retirement of Rep. Kaufert
· Rep. Weatherston: Disabled veteran-owned business bill signed into law
· Rep. Zamarripa: Statement on Rep. Pasch not seeking re-election
· Richards Campaign: Richards decries Van Hollen's role in suppressing public records
· Sen. Petrowski: Governor signs three of Senator Petrowski's veterans bills
· SPJ Madison: Polling expert Charles Franklin to deliver keynote at Wisconsin Watchdog Awards
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Commends senators for crop insurance reform bill, vows to continue pushing for reform in House
· U.S. Rep. Petri: Announces April town meeting schedule
· U.S. Rep. Petri: Praises Senate introduction of crop insurance legislation
· U.S. Rep. Pocan: Pocan and Barr announce friendly wager on Final Four matchup
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Stands up for Wisconsin brats, beer and cheese
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Heritage to host 'Special Treatment: The President's Unlawful Health Care Handout to Congress'
· UW-Madison: Haberman to talk about the power of storytelling in UW-Madison lecture
· UW-Madison: Journalism project on water quality wins national grant
· UW-Stout: Three supply chain management students awarded scholarships
· Wisconsin Federation of Nurses and Health Professionals: Statement from President Candice Owley on Representative Pasch's decision not to seek re-election
· Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance: Voters approve school referenda at historic rates
· Wisconsin Towns Association: Towns given additional economic development authority
· WisGOP: Mary Burke flip-flops, changes her position on Obamacare twice in one day
April 5
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Statement on former staffer filing charges against Rep. Kramer
April 7
· Adams Co. GOP: Senator Olsen losing support of grassroots Republicans
· AG Van Hollen: Statement in support of Rep. John Nygren's 'HOPE' legislation
· AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin: Applauds Governor, Wisconsin Legislature on enactment of HOPE legislative package
· Americans United for Change: Congressman Duffy and Ribble squashed bill to raise the minimum wage to $10.10
· Bowen Campaign: David Bowen announces candidacy for Wisconsin's 10th state Assembly district
· College Democrats of Wisconsin: Elect new leadership for election year
· Dane Co. Board Sup. Hendrick: Memo announcing decision not to seek re-election
· DCCC: Vote Alert: DCCC launches paid grassroots calls as part of ‘Battleground: Middle Class’ campaign against Congressman Duffy's budget
· DCCC: Vote Alert: DCCC launches paid grassroots calls as part of ‘Battleground: Middle Class’ campaign against Congressman Ribble’s budget
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Consumer alert: Hang up on BadgerCare Plus phone scams
· Dept. of Military Affairs: Wisconsin's Tornado & Severe Weather Awareness Week
· Dept. of Transportation: Governor Walker proclaims April 7 to 11 as Work Zone Awareness Week in Wisconsin
· Edgewood College: Hosts Woodrow Wilson fellow
· Geenen Campaign: Milwaukee's working families endorse state Assembly candidate Sara Geenen
· Gov. Walker: Developing our workforce; Governor Scott Walker announces expanded, accelerated training program for trucking jobs
· Gov. Walker: Investing in Wisconsin's communities: Governor Scott Walker signs H.O.P.E. bills into law
· Government Accountability Board: New voter registration requirements take effect
· Healthcare Leadership Council: National healthcare leaders honor U.S. Rep. Tom Petri for leadership in healthcare innovation
· Jarchow Campaign: Adam Jarchow announces candidacy for the state Assembly
· Media Trackers: Petri votes twice with Pelosi to back Obama's "war on coal," his district could lose 2,000 jobs
· Midwest Environmental Advocates: Citizens challenge DNR frac sand mining air pollution permit
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Stamper II: Says safety in Milwaukee Co. parks must be a priority
· Milwaukee Municipal Court: Appoints part-time commissioners
· Milwaukee Public Schools: MPS’ Rufus King in state’s top 3 on Washington Post list of top high schools
· Rep. Hulsey: Legislator circulates Penokee Hills conservation proposal
· Rep. Knudson: Statement on retirement of Rep. Severson
· Rep. Nygren: Heroin, Opiate Prevention and Education Agenda signed into law

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