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March 6
· Sen. Larson: White House partners with States Innovation Exchange to host state leaders summit on middle class agenda and launch ‘Opportunity Works for US’ agenda
· Sen. Ohnstad: Statement on Assembly passage of anti-worker "Right To Work" bill
· Sen. Shilling, Rep. Barca: Call of Gov. Walker to veto "Right-to-work"
· Sonderhouse Campaign: Waukesha County Board Chairman Paul Decker endorses Ron Sonderhouse
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Statement in opposition to "right to earn less" legislation
· WI AFL-CIO: Statement on the passage of RTW by Wisconsin Assembly
· WI Dept. of Children and Families: Wisconsin receives $11 million to support pregnant women, children and families
· WisBusiness.com: March 16 event at Medical College of Wisconsin assesses past, future impacts of 5-year-old Affordable Care Act
· Wisconsin AFL-CIO: Right-to-work passes assembly
· Wisconsin Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Taylor County to be added to gypsy moth quarantine
· Wisconsin Family Action: Thanks and congratulates state legislature on passing "freedom of conscience in the workplace" bill
· Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty: Submitted testimony for Right to Work hearing
· Wisconsin Manufacturer & Commerce: Assembly approves right-to-work legislation to provide workplace freedom
· Wisconsin Policy Research Institute: Statement on passage of Right-to-work legislation by the State Assembly
March 9
· ACLU of Wisconsin: Statement on shooting of Tony Robinson
· AG Schimel: Outlines officer-involved death investigation process
· Citizen Action of Wisconsin: Gov. Walker signs so-called 'Right to Work' at outsourcing multinational corporation
· Citizens Acting for Rail Safety: Five rail explosions in five weeks in Midwest region: Halt expansion projects, legislators must act
· College Democrats of Wisconsin: Scott Walker continues attack on students by signing "right to work"
· Common Cause in Wisconsin: Political corruption protection legislation to get a capitol hearing this week
· Craig for Congress: Libertarians commemorate 161st anniversary of Joshua Glover rescue
· Dane Co. Exec. Parisi: Statement on the death of Tony Robinson
· Dane County Board: Increases DaneCom funding
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Comments requested for special onion pesticide registration
· Dept. of Public Instruction: DECA leader day advisory
· DWD: To launch enhanced Re-employment Services System
· Edgewood College: Civil rights legend Bond lecture to be webcast
· Gov. Walker signs Freedom to Work legislation
· Gov. Walker: Signs Freedom to Work legislation
· Harris school board campaign: Stop the cuts to Milwaukee’s schools!
· Judge Daley: Sets forum schedule
· Madison Mayor Soglin: Statement on officer-involved shooting
· Midwest Environmental Advocates: Citizens file legal action against rail expansion permit
· Milwaukee Mayor Barrett: Barrett’s 2015 State of the City Address
· MSOE: PLTW Day at the Capitol highlights STEM Education Week
· NAACP Dane Co. Branch: Statement on police shooting of Tony Robinson
· One Wisconsin Now: Walker picks CEOs and special interests over Wisconsin's middle class
· Race to Equity Project: Statement on the death of Tony Robinson
· Reo. Vos: Statement on right-to-work becoming law
· Rep. Considine: To hold district office hours
· Rep. Jarchow: Supports advisory role for the Natural Resources Board
· Rep. Taylor: Statement on officer-involved shooting incident
· Rep. Weatherston: Technical college charter high school bill to receive hearing
· Sen. Darling, Rep. Nygren: LFB: Governor Walker's proposed budget keeps Wisconsin in the black
· Sen. Larson: Statement on Gov. Walker signing RTW legislation
· Sen. Shilling: Gov. Walker ignores state law and fails to track taxpayer spending
· Sen. Vukmir: Governor signs bill the delivers worker freedom
· The Madison Professional Police Officers Association: Madison police union announces city council endorsements
· U.S. Rep. Duffy: Request for hearing in Tomah, WI
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Statement on deployment of opioid safety tool
· U.S. Rep. Moore: 'Right to Work' is wrong for Wisconsin
· U.S. Rep. Pocan: Statement on death of Tony Robinson
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Baldwin, U.S. Rep. Kind urge president to take immediate action on dangerous oil trains
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Announces staff mobile office hours
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Inspector general report finds millions of errors in social security administration list of card holders
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Members to hold bicameral hearing on Tomah Veterans facility
· U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs: U.S. Sen. Johnson comments on GAO report on poor-performing federal employees
· U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Thune: Introduce bipartisan legislation to reduce costs and increase efficiency in healthcare delivery
· Urban League of Greater Milwaukee: Statement on shooting o 19-year-old Tony Robinson
· WCGA, WBFA: Applaud Gov. Walker’s stance on the Renewable Fuels Standard


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