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April 2
· Wisconsin Coalition to Ground the Drones and End the Wars: Five days in jail for Wisconsin grandmother trying to stop killer drones
· Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty: Report questions effectiveness of additional K-12 spending
April 3
· Davis & Kuelthauís Immigration Practice: Attorney Hugo Rojas joins immigration team
· Attorney General Schimel: Makes friendly wager with Kentucky AG
· Citizen Action of Wisconsin: Campaign on state Supreme Court amendment a distortion of democracy
· Gov. Scott Walker: Has friendly wager with Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear for NCAA Final Four game
· Government Accountability Board: Turnout estimated at 20 percent for April 7 election
· Madison Plan Commission: How development patterns impact Madisonís budget
· Milwaukee Alderman Joe Davis Sr.: Mayor's indecisiveness on the downtown arena project may cost the city of Milwaukee taxpayers millions
· NARAL Pro-Choice America: New TV ad campaign hits Sens. Kirk, Johnson, Ayotte, Burr on obstructing human trafficking bill
· North Star Opinion Research: Poll results for Wisconsin voters in April election
· One Wisconsin Now: Thousands sign petition demanding Wisconsin cease business with Indiana
· Rep. Chris Taylor: Think Indiana-style discrimination law couldnít happen here? Think again
· Rep. Nancy VanderMeer: Announces district listening sessions on budget
· Rep. Rohrkaste: Budget listening sessions
· Sen. Janis Ringhand: Kicking the can down the road
· UW-Stout: Chancellor Meyer focuses on student success in his inauguration address
April 6
· Americans for Prosperity: Announces new effort to repeal prevailing wage
· Dane Co. Bar Association: Results of the Wisconsin Supreme Court judicial candidates poll
· Gov. Walker: Proposes friendly wager with North Carolina Gov. McCrory for NCAA championship game
· Libertarian Party of Dane Co.: Support local control of transportation options, vote no on AB 143
· Madison Mayor Soglin, Durham N.C. Mayor Bell: Weigh in on NCAA Championship
· Madison Mayor Soglin: Weekly schedule
· Martha Laning: AFSCME PEOPLE endorses Laning for Democratic Party Chair
· One Wisconsin Now: Gov. Walkerís phony Badger boosterism supporting the UW requires more than tweets and wagers with other governors
· Rep. Sargent: To hold community conversation with Aging and LongTerm Care Stakeholders
· Republican Party of Milwaukee Co - South Branch: Encourages voters to vote in tomorrow's spring elections
· Sen. Cowles: Statement on non-fiscal policy items in state budget
· The Humane Society of the U.S.: Animal advocates lobby Wisconsin lawmakers on animal welfare laws
· U.S. Rep. Pocan: Makes friendly NCAA men's basketball championship wager with U.S. Rep. Butterfield
· US 14 and US 51 improvements, Janesville to Edgerton, to start April 9
· UW Colleges & UW-Extension: Host UW System Board of Regents
· Western Wisconsin AFL-CIO: Announces additional endorsements for April 7 election
· Wisconsin Catholic Conference: Catholics at the Capitol to celebrate a church united in hope and love
· Wisconsin Dept. of Safety and Professional Services: This week's meetings
· Wisconsin DNR: 2015 invasive species awareness video contest now open
· Wisconsin Industrial Sand Association's response to Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism's 'Sand Rush' video, infographic
April 7
· AFL-CIO: Worker-Endorsed candidate Ann Walsh Bradley wins re-election to supreme court
· Ald. Donovan: Asks for change in MPD vehicle pursuit policy
· Board of Commissioners of Public Lands: $12.7 million in loans approved for community projects
· Brown County Resource Recovery: New logo reflects real meaning of resource recovery
· College Democrats of Wisconsin: College Democrats elected to Madison and Oshkosh city government
· Daley Campaign: Statement on election
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Wisconsin Business Closing and Mass Layoff notice from GeminiCares, Inc.
· DeWitt Ross and Stevens: Welcomes environmental attorney Ben Grawe to its Madison office
· Gov. Walker: Seeks applicants for coroner in Shawano County
· Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce: February economic trends report
· Milwaukee Co. Exec. Abele: Announces collaboration with the Wisconsin Statewide Health Information Network
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Weishan: Says lifting taxicab cap is good for free market
· One Wisconsin Now: Photographic evidence of Scott Walker's phony badger boosterism
· One Wisconsin Now: Third time not a charm as nonpartisan analysis finds Gov. Walker breaks campaign pledge to keep policy out of state budget, again
· Sen. Shilling: Latest hiring scandal in Gov. Walkerís administration raises more ethics questions
· Sens. Erpenbach, Taylor, Reps. Taylor, Hintz: JCF Democrats "Gov. Walker and legislative Republicans break budget promises once again"
· Sens. Taylor, Erpenbach, Reps. Taylor, Hintz: Governor Walker and legislative Republicans break budget promises once again
· U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: Sediment samples to be collected from Kinnickinnic River
· U.S. Attorney Vaudreuil: Burnett County man indicted on child pornography charges
· U.S. Dept. of Education: New report shows greater need for access to high-quality preschool for Wisconsinís children
· U.S. Rep. Kind: UW-Platteville awarded grant to increase access to science, technology, engineering and math online masterís degree programs
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Announces staff mobile office hours
· U.S. Sens. Senators Baldwin, Markey: Lead group of senators to combat prescription drug abuse crisis


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