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May 19
· UW Colleges: Awards first-ever bachelor's degrees
· UW-Stout: Graduates share college experiences, what's next
· Voces De La Frontera: Wisconsin elected officials stand with immigrant families
· Wauwatosa Support Our Schools: To voice distress about K-12 public school funding and policy
· WI Education Association Council: Proposed budget is worst of the worst for public schools
· WILL: Challenges DPI powers on behalf of school in Choice Program
· Wisconsin Association of Health Plans: JFC recognizes importance of legislative oversight of State Health Plan
· Wisconsin Coalition for Retirement Security: Milwaukee Public Schools takeover plan weakens WRS, causes unfunded retirement liabilities
· Wisconsin Education Association Council: Educators on watch for hidden dangers tucked inside budget plans
· Wisconsin Education Association Council: Educators oppose turning neighborhood schools over to private industry
· Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association: Memo to members of the Joint Finance Committee on FQHC reimbursement
· Wisconsin Voices: Community groups stand in support of bill that facilitates voter registration for young adults
May 20
· Association of School Boards: Statement on Joint Finance Committee K-12 education package
· Dept. of Workforce Development: A better bottom line: Gov. Walker's administration announces state-tribal partnership to train persons with disabilities
· Edgewood College: 2015 scholarships for graduate business programs available
· Gov. Walker: Signs speed limit and school accountability report legislation
· Milwaukee Co. Chairwoman Dimitrijevic, Sup. Romo West: Cesar Chavez's birthday becomes minor holiday for county employees
· Milwaukee Common Council President Murphy: More time for MKE Peace Project entries
· One WI Now: Pro-voucher donors get their way
· One Wisconsin Now: Board Rep. Gudex needs to get serious about WEDC's continuing cronyism, corruption, incompetence
· Rep. Barca: Statement on extreme GOP education budget plan
· Rep. Barnes: Statement on proposed dismantling of Milwaukee's local public schools
· Rep. Brooks: Brooks's education transition program receives funding
· Rep. Edming: Civics test proposal approved by budget committee
· Rep. Genrich: Statement on the Joint Finance Committee’s DPI omnibus motion
· Rep. Jagler: Statement on special needs scholarship
· Rep. Jorgensen: JFC Republicans deliver swift kicks to public schools
· Rep. Katsma: Supports increase in school aid
· Rep. Kremer: Reacts to Milwaukee leadership’s hypocrisy on crime
· Rep. Pope: Public schools an afterthought for JFC Republicans
· Rep. Quinn: Wins budget motion to fund Chetek-Weyerhauser School District
· Rep. Shankland: Republicans sell out our school children to private school special interests
· Rep. Swearingen: Joint Finance Committee approves recommendations from rural schools taskforce
· Rep. Weatherston: Racine School Board election reforms added to budget
· Rep. Zamarripa: Under cover of night, Republican majority makes sweeping, devastating changes to education policy
· School Administrators Alliance: Joint Finance Committee votes to underfund public schools
· Sen. Lassa: Bill will help golf development in Rome
· Sen. LeMahieu: Applauds action to protect K-12 education
· Sen. LeMahieu: Governor Walker signs 70 mph speed limit into law
· Sen. Marklein: JFC invests $200 million more into K-12 education
· Sen. Ringhand: Governor Walker should come home and come clean on WEDC
· Sen. Shilling: Democrats launch website for student loan debt relief plan
· Sen. Tiffany: Finance Committee votes to invest in education
· Sen. Vukmir: Investment in K-12 education remains our top priority
· Sen. Vukmir: Works to reform educational options for special needs students
· State Supt. Evers: Statement on JFC budget action
· Stop Special Needs Vouchers: Late night special needs voucher vote shocks families of students with disabilities
· Survival Coalition: Memo on BadgerCare changes
· U.S. Rep. Grothman: Accepting military academy nominations
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Announces new communications director
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Responds to false political attacks
· Wisconsin Bike Fed: Calls on Gov. Walker to oppose bike tax
· Wisconsin Family Ties: Serious concerns for students with disabilities in JFC early-morning vote, despite some positive elements
· WisDOT: Construction on County G (Prairie Avenue), north of Beloit, to start May 26
May 21
· Citizen Action of WI: Rejecting BadgerCare money costing nearly $400 million in state budget
· Council on Mental Health: Opposes changes to childless adult coverage unless certain conditions are satisfied
· Democratic National Committee: The verdict is in: on job creation, Walker failed
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Don't lose a season's worth of work and profit; clean treated seed out of farm equipment
· Dept. of Workforce Development: State unemployment rate declines to 4.4%, new post-recession low
· Gov. Walker: Weekly radio address "Wisconsin Works"


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