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January 8
· Rep. Pope: Democratic Weekly Radio Address: "Basic Protections for All Students and Taxpayers"
· Rep. Pope: Democratic Weekly Radio Address: "Basic protections for all students and taxpayers"
· Rep. Rodriguez: Comments on academic review legislation
· Rep. Sargent: Upskirting bill protects privacy
· Rep. Subeck: Gives her maiden speech in the State Assembly
· School Administrators Alliance: Statement by on Assembly Bill 1
· Sen. Baldwin: Cooperative network requests Baldwin join Senate Ag Appropriations Subcommittee
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Introduces bipartisan medical device tax repeal bill
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Elected chairman of Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee
· U.S. Sens. Johnson, Shaheen, Manchin, Ayotte, Collins: Reintroduce legislation to protect rights of motorcycle riders
· UW System: Names new communications leader
· UW-Stout: Peace, justice are themes for Menomonie MLK Day event Jan. 19
· Village of Spencer: Endorses working in parternship toward economic prosperity
· Wisconsin Lottery: Jackpots are growing
· Wisconsin Right to Work: Dissolution of UCFW agreement good start, but three controversial agreements remain
· Wiscosnin Institute for Law and Liberty: Comments on accountability bill
January 9
· AG Schimel: Signs on to 2nd Amendment case
· Americans for Prosperity Wisconsin: Congress votes for jobs in passing Keystone Pipeline bill
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Farmers can avoid runoff headaches
· Dept. of Revenue: Unity business owner charged with state tobacco and alcohol crimes
· Enough Already! WI: BIA rejection casts greater uncertainty on Kenosha casino
· Forest County Potawatomi: Statement by Attorney General Jeff Crawford on BIA rejection of compact amendment
· Gov. Walker: Announces DNR partnership to boost Wisconsin’s elk population
· Gov. Walker: Declares energy emergency as precaution measure for propane customers during cold weather
· Health Insurance Marketplace: Officials announce easier process, more providers in marketplace open enrollment
· MacIver Institute: Statement on President Obama's plan for free tuition
· Madison Mayor Soglin: Appoints Natalie Erdman interim director of planning and community and economic development
· Menominee Tribe: Statement on BIA rejection of Forest Co. Potawatomi compact amendment
· One Wisconsin Now: Enthusiastically supports President Obama’s proposal for free community college tuition
· One Wisconsin Now: Seeks Attorney General Brad Schimel opinion on elected official's use of 'public figure' Facebook page to fundraise for personal expenses
· Public Health - Madison and Dane Co.: Don´t let radon sneak into your house
· Rep. Kerkman: Statement on BIA decision
· Rep. Kolste: Introduces indoor e-cigarette ban
· Rep. Nygren: Wisconsin State Capitol Police now equipped with Narcan
· Sen. LeMahieu: Appointed to State Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse
· Southeastern Wisconsin Schools Alliance: Another education accountability bill?
· U.S. Eastern District Attorney Santelle: Medical College of Wisconsin, Inc. pays $840,000 to settle alleged false claims for neurosurgeries
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Statement on proposal to strengthen economy by making first two years of community college free
· U.S. Rep. Pocan: Staff to hold satellite office hours in Dodgeville and Darlington next week
· U.S. Rep. Ribble: It’s time to build Keystone
· U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner: U.S. Reps. Sensenbrenner, Conyers & U.S. Sens. Grassley, Lee send letter to holder on asset forfeiture
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Introduces bill to repeal executive amnesty
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: To hold press conference in Milwaukee
· UW-Madison: Infamous study of humanity's dark side may actually show how to keep it at bay
· UW-Madison: Obama's free community college proposal sounds familiar to UW professor
· Western District U.S. Attorney Vaudreuil: Oxycodone suppliers sentenced in federal court
· Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources: Outdoor report summary for January 8, 2014
· Wisconsin Supreme Court: Calendar and case synopses January 2015
· Wisconsin Working Families, Jobs Now Wisconsin: WI Republicans effectively give themselves a raise
· Young Gifted and Black Coalition: Open letter to Madison Police Chief Koval
January 12
· American Federation of Teachers Local 212/MATC: Statement on Obama's college tuition plan
· Dane Co. Exec. Parisi: Dane County moving forward with construction of Regional Medical Examiners Complex, new “green” highway garage
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Lake Superior lake trout emergency rule takes effect
· Dept. of Public Instruction: 95 percent of public school districts offer 4K
· Dept. of Transportation: Commercial drivers get help with paperwork through new 24/7 online Driver License Guide
· Gov. Walker: Seeks applicants for St. Croix County Circuit Court
· Military Order of the Purple Heart: Opposes renaming of Red Arrow Park in Milwaukee
· Milwaukee Alds. Witkowski, Davis: Crossing guards receive deserving recognition this week
· Milwaukee Co. Sheriff Clarke: Deputies arrest four drunken drivers in Operation Drive Sober
· Milwaukee Co. Sups. Jursik, Broderick, and Haas: Introduce resolution to repair O'Donnell Park, create task force


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