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February 3
· Jeff Peterson: Announces Assembly bid
· Johnson Campaign: Honored to meet Wisconsin WWII hero
· Lake County Municipal Court: 2015 Annual State of the Lake Country Municipal Court Report
· League of Women Voters of Wisconsin: Supreme Court candidates’ answers available on League of Women Voters websites
· Milwaukee Parental Choice Program: Rules hearing is Feb. 17
· Rep. Kind: Unveils 2016 College Affordability Action Plan
· Rep. Kitchens: Announces district listening sessions
· Rep. Kleefisch: Adoption protection package moves unanimously to the Senate Floor
· Rep. Krug: Listening sessions on rural Wisconsin issues scheduled
· Rep. Neylon: Assembly Bill 251 passes out of committee
· Rep. Sensenbrenner: Supports the City of Waukesha’s request for access to Lake Michigan water
· Rep. Steffen: Bill aims to increase funding to counties for housing state prisoners
· Rep. Taylor: Proposes updates to Officer-Involved Death Law
· Rep. Taylor: Republicans ponder whether lousy budgeting results in lousy budgets
· Rep. Vos: Announces State of the Tribes address
· Roth Campaign: State Senator Roger Roth will not seek GOP nomination for 8th Congressional District
· Sen. Pocan: Launches bipartisan Rural Broadband Caucus
· Sen. Stroebel: Assembly Committee passes AB 251
· Speaker Ryan and House Leaders: Meet with President Santos of Colombia
· Speaker Ryan: Heritage Action, ‘We have to unite conservatives’
· St. Francis Mayor St. Marie-Carls: Tax disparity action request voted down by city council
· U.S. Attorney John W. Vaudreuil: Organizer of Madison marijuana conspiracy sentenced to 2 ½ years in federal prison
· U.S. Attorney Vaudreuil: Sixth person sentenced in Madison marijuana conspiracy
· U.S. Department of Justice: Milwaukee-area attorney sentenced to four years in prison
· U.S. Department of Justice: Third Central Wisconsin heroin defendant sentenced
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: From one speaker to another
· UW-Whitewater: Faculty raise concerns about proposed Board of Regents tenure policies
· Waukesha area legislators: Submit letter supporting diversion application
· Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction: Public hearing set Feb. 17 on educator licensing rules
· Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction: Rules hearing scheduled Feb. 18 for Special Needs Scholarship Program
· Wisconsin GOP: Push fast path to water privatization
· Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters: Polluter grab bag (AB 600/SB 459)
· Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters: Polluter Grab Bag (AB 600/SB 459)
· Wisconsin Technical College System: Student impact on communities showcased at state capitol
February 4
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Lipscomb: County board unanimously approves resolution to protect parks
· Bradley Campaign: Wisconsin Realtors Association endorse Justice Rebecca Bradley for state Supreme Court
· Capstone National Partners: Expands Washington DC operations
· City of Madison: Retail Improvement Grant Program
· Community Care Connections of Wisconsin: Applauds introduction of legislation to protect Wisconsin's most vulnerable
· Continuus: Lauds bill to protect Wisconsin's most vulnerable
· Dane Co. Exec. Parisi: Announces recipients for lake clean-up partnership program
· Dane Co. Parks: Lake Waubesa fish habitat under construction
· Dane Co. Parks: Snowmobile trails to open in the northwest and north central regions of Dane County
· Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee: Santorum endorses Rubio but can’t name a single accomplishment, can Sean Duffy?
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Parcel recommendations submitted to Natural Resources Board for second phase of DNR land sales
· Dept. of Public Instruction: 135 private schools register for Wisconsin Parental Choice Program
· Dept. of Public Instruction: 19 schools plan to participate in Racine voucher program
· Edgewood College: Welcoming poet Richard Blanco, the 2016 Woodrow Wilson Fellow
· Gov. Walker: Delivers remarks at Portage Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon
· Gov. Walker: Highlights economic success at Governor’s Conference on Economic Development
· Gov. Walker: Signs 21 bills into law
· Gov. Walker: Weekly radio address: 2020 vision for Wisconsin
· Lakeland Care: Applauds legislation protecting Wisconsin's most vulnerable
· Media Trackers: Russ Feingold, Bernie Sanders are best buds, soul mates
· Medical College of Wisconsin: To host renowned nutrition expert at heart health conference
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Lipscomb: County board unanimously adopts alternatives to allow placement of juveniles in Milwaukee County
· Milwaukee Public Schools: State's only H.S. opera program sets Feb. 5 performance
· National Republican Senatorial Committee: PolitiFact‎: "The lion’s share of Feingold’s career has been in politics or government"
· One Wisconsin Now: State high court candidate Rebecca Bradley coordinates with right wing group to boost her campaign
· Rep. Ballweg: 12th annual Joan Ballweg Leadership Scholarship


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