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April 9
· Rep. Brooks: Authors legislation creating a better bottom line for students with disabilities
· Rep. Loudenbeck: Domestic violence bill signed into law
· Rep. Thiesfeldt: Hosts education tour in Stoughton
· Sen. Lassa, Rep. Shankland: Legislature to honor local basketball champions
· Sen. LeMahieu: Raffle Reform Bill signed into law
· Sen. Nass: UW-Madison uses tuition increase to mug middle class non-resident students
· Sen. Petrowski, Rep. Loudenbeck: Lawmakers’ bill connecting human trafficking victims to resources signed into law
· Sen. Shilling: GOP budget crisis blamed for loss of 700 Wisconsin jobs
· Sen. Wirch: Weekly Democratic radio address: "Protecting Wisconsin's outdoor heritage"
· Sens. Taylor, Erpenbach, Reps. Taylor, Hintz: Job loss prompts JFC Dems to renew call for announcement to improve Walker long term care plan
· State Bar of Wisconsin: April 16 proclaimed Healthcare Decisions Day in Wisconsin
· U.S. Attorney Vaudreuil: Madison man charged with attempting to provide material support to ISIL
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Applauds USDA investment to improve Mississippi River Basin water quality and agriculture
· U.S. Reps. Pocan, Ellison: Call on congress to pass Right to Vote constitutional amendment
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Comments on ISIS-related charges against Madison man
· UW-Stout: Apparel students conduct research for Eau Claire company
· UW-Stout: Speaker application deadline April 15 for TEDx regional event
· UW-Stout: University Library to dedicate Ansel Adams photograph April 10
· Weekly Democratic radio address: "Protecting Wisconsin's outdoor heritage"
· Wisconsin Cheese Originals: Christopher Eckerman awarded $2,500 scholarship
· Wisconsin Technology Council: From software to medical devices to hunting, BPC finalists show state’s tech range
April 10
· Gov. Walker: Appoints Sauk County Circuit Court judge
· Gov. Walker: Appoints St. Croix County Judge
· Milwaukee Ald. Donovan: Officer injured in yet another car theft incident
· One Wisconsin Now: No joke: Gov. Walker's 2015 budget plan for higher education so bad University of Wisconsin forced to raise tuition before it passes
· Rep. Jarchow: Works at local grocery store for "Working With You" day
· Rep. Jorgensen: Invites public to two April listening sessions
· Rep. Kapenga: To hold office hours in Delafield, Ottawa, & Wales
· Rep. Krug: Public budget hearings update
· Rep. Shankland: Walker’s budget to cause layoff of 700 home health care workers
· Sen. Carpenter: Walker must repay taxpayers for political junkets by April 15th
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Applauds federal oil train safety recommendations
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Joins Senate effort to support seniors
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Urges restored funding for career and technical education grant program
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Commends Pamela Pepper on her investiture to the eastern district of Wisconsin
· Wisconsin Long-term Care Coalition: The long term care crisis begins: 700 jobs lost as major agency closes
· WisDOT: State Patrol to honors its law enforcement dispatchers during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, April 12 to 18
April 13
· Americans for Prosperity: Announces next step in fight for prevailing wage repeal
· City of Madison: Changes in 2015 assessments for 2015
· Dept. of Transportation: Delays anticipated today on eastbound Beltline, near Whitney Way
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Secretary highlights Gov. Walker's workforce agenda in Waukesha
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Secretary Newson congratulates 14 Wisconsin corporate safety award winners for 2014
· Edgewood College: Civil participation lecture with former U.S. Reps. Obey and Petri
· Gov. Walker: Arrives in Germany for European trade mission
· Gov. Walker: UW-Madison, German Center of Neurodegenerative Diseases to collaborate on Alzheimer’s and dementia research
· Grassroots Tosa: Time is short
· Libertarian Party of Wisconsin: Libertarian convention 2015
· Milwaukee Co. Dept. on Aging: Vel Phillips Dream Big Dreams
· Milwaukee Co. Sheriff's Office: Sheriff Clarke says Milwaukee Mayor Barrett is full of excuses on city violence
· Near West Side Partners, Inc.: To announce major new $1+ million initiative to improve near west side
· Rep. Allen: Announces upcoming listening session
· Rep. Considine: To host listening session on long-term care and ADRCs
· Rep. Jarchow: St. Croix County judge appointed
· Rep. Sargent: Introduces bill to fully legalize Marijuana
· Rep. Spreitzer: Co-hosts informational DNR briefing on high capacity wells
· Reps. Barnes, Bowen: To host town hall meeting
· Sen-elect Stroebel: To be sworn in Wednesday
· Sen. Hansen, Rep. Sinicki: To introduce equal pay enforcement act
· Sen. Shilling: Democrats author Equal Pay Enforcement bill to close pay discrimination gap
· Sierra Club: Citizen resolutions introduced at Conservation Congress hearings


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