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April 2
· Gov. Walker: Signs legislation to support community redevelopment
· Gov. Walker: Signs voting legislation
· Is My Medicine Legal Yet?: Wisconsin Assembly passes CBD medical marijuana bill, Dane voters say full legalization way to go
· League of Women Voters of Wisconsin: More anti-voter bills signed into law by Gov. Walker
· Log Cabin Republicans of Wisconsin: Letter to U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan
· Madison Mayor Soglin: Lauds passage of Assembly Bill 769
· Madison Mayor Soglin: Madison among the least sprawling in the country, #1 for medium size cities
· Madison Mayor Soglin: Mayor Soglin, Lexington Kentucky Mayor Jim Gray weighing in on NCAA tournament
· Madison Teachers Inc.: Endorses Mary Burke for governor
· Marquette University: Judge Kathleen M. O’Malley to present Marquette Law School’s Nies Lecture
· Media Trackers: Congressman Tom Petri backs single-player healthcare, misrepresents record
· Media Trackers: Wisconsin unions back "Mitt Romney of the left"
· Milwaukee Co. Exec. Abele: Statement on Milwaukee County Board referendum
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Alexander: Milwaukee County residents finally heard
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Dimitrijevic: Statement of Chairwoman Dimitrijevic on the April 1 referendum
· Milwaukee Co. Supervisor Bowen: Statement on April 1 referendum
· Move to Amend: Thirteen communities vote for constitutional amendment
· Office of the Commissioner of Insurance: Administrative actions, March 2014
· One Wisconsin Now: One big national crisis, two different approaches from Wisconsin congressional representatives
· One Wisconsin Now: Reported central figure in Walker administration "John Doe" criminal investigation snags newly created state job at $178,000 annual salary
· Ratzlaff Campaign: Announces candidacy for 25th Senate District
· Rep. Jacque: Proposes reforms to WI Medical Assistance Purchase Plan (MAPP)
· Rep. Loudenbeck: Tax credit transferability bill signed into law
· Rep. Richards: Urges Gov. Walker to sign ShotSpotter expansion
· Rep. Taylor: SCOTUS sells elections to highest bidder
· Rep. Vos: Statement on the retirement of Rep. Steve Kestell
· Rep. Wachs: Statement on Confluence Project referendum results
· Richards Campaign: Milwaukee Deputy Sheriff’s Association endorses Jon Richards
· Save Our Signs Wisconsin: Wisconsin lawmakers call for DOA to reconsider Derse contract
· Sen. Gudex: Gov. Walker signs two Gudex bills into law
· Sen. Larson: Throughout session, Democrats fought for freedom, justice
· Sen. Lazich: Statement about Gov. Walker's approval of lazich election administration reform package
· Sen. Leibham: Announces visit to Sheboygan Senior Activity Center luncheon
· Sen. Schultz: Dale Schultz in Richland Center, Spring Green, Dodgeville, Belmont, Platteville and Lancaster on Tuesday, April 8, 2014
· Sen. Vukmir: Doctor apologies exempt from evidence
· South Central Federation of Labor: Working families get active and win in spring election
· Survival Coalition of Wisconsin Disability Organizations: Improvements to work-incentive program good investment for people with disabilities
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Statement on Supreme Court decision to further open the floodgates for political spending
· U.S. Rep. Petri: Petri, Shuster request GAO evaluation of studies used to change federal hours of service regulations for truckers
· U.S. Rep. Pocan: Introduces minimum wage amendment to Republican budget
· U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner: Sends follow-up letter to AG Holder on Clapper's false testimony
· U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner: The USA FREEDOM Act closes the NSA's "Back Door" access to Americans' communications
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Praises announcement that over 7 million Americans have enrolled in private health insurance because of the Affordable Care Act
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Statement on Supreme Court decision in McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission
· U.S. Small Business Administration: Announcing 2014 Wisconsin award winners
· United Wisconsin: 13 Wisconsin cities vote YES to overturning Citizens United
· United Wisconsin: Statement on Supreme Court ruling in McCutcheon v. FEC
· UW System: Names new university relations leader
· UW-Madison: Blank honored by Belgian University for poverty research
· UW-Madison: Journalism school celebrates alumni achievements
· UW-Stout: New program supports students with foster care backgrounds
· UW-Stout: Twenty students to present research at national conference
· Wisconsin AFL-CIO: Endorses Mary Burke for Wisconsin governor
· Wisconsin Board for People with Disabilities: Bill promotes fairness, equity, opportunity for workers with disabilities
· Wisconsin Economic Development Association: Tax credit transferability bill signed into law
· Wisconsin Economic Development Association: Tax increment finance bill applauded
· Wisconsin Education Association Council: WEAC members recommend Mary Burke for governor
· Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation: Wendy Kannel hired as WIsconsin farm bureau's ag in the classroom coordinator, foundation director
· Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty: Comments on the Senate’s failure to pass the “unused facilities” bill (SB 318)
· Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty: U.S. supreme court strikes down federal aggregate campaign contribution limits

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