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May 7
· Dept. of Public Instruction: State Supt. Evers to speak at second annual Encore Awards in Racine
· Dept. of Public Transportation: Graduation rate up, gaps closing
· Dept. of Workforce Development: DWD secretary to highlight talent development programs at Elkhorn Area School District
· Dept. of Workforce Development: More than 60 employers expected at June 4 Eau Claire Career Expo
· Dorrow Campaign: Statement on timing of the special election
· Gov. Walker: Honors National Day of Prayer at Gov.'s Prayer Breakfast
· Gov. Walker: Weekly radio address "Honoring our law enforcement"
· Gov. Walker: Wisconsin ranked 12th best state for business by Chief Executive Magazine
· Madison Area Builders Association: Applauds Joint Finance Committee leadership on CARPC reform
· Milwaukee Ald. Davis: Croatian sister city signing ceremony at City Hall
· Milwaukee Public Schools: 4-year graduation rate up slightly in 2014
· More than 70 Employers Registered for May 28 Milwaukee Career Expo
· Rae Campaign: Jason Rae decries latest attack on women by Wisconsin Republicans
· Rep. Allen: Statement on UW System budget
· Rep. Edming: Makes K-12 education top priority
· Rep. Gannon: Disappointed by Prevailing Wage vote
· Rep. Jarchow: Co-authors civil asset forfeiture reform bill
· Rep. Johnson: Republicans again trying to distract from harmful budget, lagging economy
· Rep. Jorgensen: Assembly Democrats highlight wasteful spending in FoodShare limitation, drug testing bills
· Rep. Kitchens: Top priority is K-12 education
· Rep. Kremer: Authors pain-capable unborn child protection bill
· Rep. Macco: In support of returning tax dollars to Brown County
· Rep. Macco: Works to keep funding for Boys and Girls Club
· Rep. Neylon: Opposes spending millions of tax dollars on new laws
· Rep. Pope: Releases statement recognizing National Teacher Day
· Rep. Quinn: Makes K-12 education top priority
· Rep. Rodriguez: Assembly GOP make K-12 top priority
· Rep. Rohrkaste: Applauds action of public benefit reform committee
· Rep. Sanfelippo: To hold press conference on police grants
· Rep. Sargent: Extreme bill restricts women’s freedom
· Rep. Shankland: To hold office hours on Stevens Point city bus
· Rep. Subeck: Response to Republican claims on K-12 education
· Rep. Subeck: Statement on proposed abortion ban
· Rep. Swearingen: Supportive of budget motion for Florence County
· Rep. Thiesfeldt: Introduces "Opt-out" clarification bill
· Rep. VanderMeer: Committed to K-12 education
· Rep. Wachs: Statement on Confluence Project
· Reps. Hesselbein, Brostoff: For-profit Art Institute closing IN Milwaukee shows need for state watchdog agency, reps say
· Save IRIS Coalition: Brings questions, concerns, and data to legislators & releases powerful video “#MoreThanADiagnosis”
· Save the Wisconsin Idea: “Actually, it’s an easy choice” to invest in education
· Sen. Carpenter: Weekly Democratic radio address "Save lives by investing in OWI treatment and prevention efforts"
· Sen. Darling, Rep. Nygren: Budget committee supports additional resources for officer-involved shootings
· Sen. Erpenbach, Rep. Taylor: Dane County JFC members react to water quality management carve-out
· Sen. Erpenbach: Statement on JFC passage of his amendment to increase District Attorney’s positions in Pepin and Buffalo County to full time
· Sen. Fitzgerald: Applauds Wisconsin’s improved business outlook
· Sen. Hansen: LFB numbers confirm need to accept $345 million in federal MA money
· Sen. Harris Dodd: Healthcare decisions are private
· Sen. Larson: Statement on GOP hearing to repeal the state prevailing wage law
· Sen. Larson: Statement on GOP's failed attempt to repeal Prevailing Wage in Wisconsin
· Sen. Lazich: Introduces pain prevention bill
· Sen. Miller: Stop the distractions
· Sen. Nass: Prevailing Wage
· Sen. Shilling: Statement on 20 week abortion ban
· Sen. Stroebel: Attends governor’s prayer breakfast
· Sen. Stroebel: Statement on prevailing wage committee vote
· Sen. Taylor: Statement on pending budget committee vote on funds for independent investigations of officer-involved shootings
· Sen. Vinehout: Statement on Joint Finance action on the Confluence Project
· Sen. Vukmir, Rep. Hutton: Repeal of Prevailing Wage law still right for Wisconsin
· Sen. Wirch: Slams Republican attack on Bray Center
· Supreme Court: Judge Lisa S. Neubauer appointed chief judge of the Court of Appeals


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