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April 16
· Spreitzer Campaign: State Assembly candidate Mark Spreitzer elected Beloit City Council president
· U.S. Dept. of Justice: U.S. Attorney reaches settlement with Miron Construction Company, Inc. and corporate officers
· U.S. Reps. Duffy, Moore: Wisconsin delegation demands answers on VA backlog
· UW-Stout: Student teams take first, third in national IT competition
· WEDC: 25 companies receive grants to attend biotech convention
· Wisconsin Credit Union League: Credit union regulatory reform package signed into law
· Wisconsin Petroleum Marketers & Convenience Store Association: Ed Francois appointed as new chairman
· Wisconsin Wireless Association: To hold annual telecom education conference
· WisDems: Glaring omissions from Scott Walker's re-election announcement
· WisGOP: Releases web ad, "Wisconsin Rallies Around Scott Walker"
· WPC, WMC & WIEG: Trade associations praise signing of AB 594 into law
· WPC, WMC & WIEG: Trade associations praise signing of AB 596 into law
April 17
· Brooks Campaign: Rep. Brooks launches campaign for re-election
· Citizen Action of Wisconsin: New WEDC job numbers shows massive county disparity in economic development
· Craig Campaign: Andy Craig endorsed by Libertarian Party of Wisconsin
· Dane Co. Exec. Parisi: Henry Vilas Zoo to celebrate Earth Day Saturday with family friendly events
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Joins plastics recycling initiative
· Dept. of Workforce Development: DWD Secretary Newson congratulates graduates of job training program for people with disabilities
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Wisconsin's unemployment rate drops below 6 percent
· Gov. Walker: Declares energy emergency in response to continuing cold temperatures and need for propane
· Gov. Walker: Growing our economy; Governor Scott Walker signs bill to support advancements in agriculture
· Gov. Walker: Signs legislation to protect victims of domestic violence
· Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce: Joins new national business coalition on federal research funding
· Kedzie Campaign: Kedzie announces re-election bid to State Senate
· Krsiean Campaign: US House “big is bad” campaign begins
· Milwaukee Ald. Coggs: Alderwoman Coggs to participate in 4th annual Earth Day celebration
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Staskunas: Expresses concern over Southridge bus stop
· Milwaukee Co. Supervisor Bowen: Statement regarding Herb Kohl's generosity to the community
· Milwaukee Co. Supv. Jursik: To hold BUSS Promenade at Southridge at noon on Saturday
· Milwaukee Co. Supv. Rainey: Resolution would make it easier to register voters
· Neylon Campaign: State Rep. Neylon announces campaign for re-election
· Rep. Bewley, Sen. Jauch: Legislation for Madeline Island signed into law
· Rep. Hulsey: Letter to Gov. Walker on website BadgerCare claims
· Rep. Smith: Democratic weekly radio address: "More work to be done"
· Sen. Carpenter: “Silver alert” becomes law
· Skowronski Campaign: Announces reelection campaign
· Steitz Camapaign: Jonathan Steitz receives endorsement from Kenosha County sheriff
· U.S. Army Reserve: Soldiers from Dodgeville, Wis., to compete in first ever theater-level Sapper Stakes
· U.S. Rep. Duffy: Don't miss the forest through the trees
· Urban League of Greater Madison: South Madison International Community Night
· UW-Stout: School of Education names outstanding mentor and early educator
· Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault: Survivors and allies “wrap” the Capitol to honor survivors of sexual violence
· Wisconsin Hospitals Association: Hospitals urge collaboration among stakeholders to expand health care price transparency
· Wisconsin Innovation Awards: New awards program celebrates Wisconsin's innovative spirit
· Wisconsin Supreme Court: Mandate in State ex rel. Greer v. Wiedenhoeft
· Wisconsin Utility Association: Wisconsin's 'Move-Over Law' now protects utility workers
April 18
· AG Van Hollen: Statement on the United States Court of Appeals decision in Laborers Local 236, AFL-CIO v. Walker
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Don't get ripped off before you take off
· Dept. of Natural Resources: How the DNR Mission Ready wardens helped find a missing teen
· Dept. of Transportation: Nearly $39 million in federal transportation awards announced
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Statement by DWD Secretary Newson on BLS report showing continued significant gains in total jobs
· Green Party: Stop the deportations, enact legal protections for undocumented immigrants
· Leibham Campaign: State Sen. Joe Leibham to make campaign announcement Tuesday
· Madison Mayor Soglin: 2014 property assessments
· Office of the Commissioner of Insurance: Tornado and Severe Weather Awareness Week
· Rep. Goyke: Announces in-district office hours
· Sen. Leibham: Six Leibham bills signed into law
· State of Wisconsin Investment Board: Strong performance adds $2.6 billion to pension trust funds; incentive compensation awarded
· U.S. Dept. of Justice: Three individuals charged in federal court with armed bank robbery
· UW Health: Playground safety can be a walk in the park

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