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May 4
· Rep. Jarchow: Spends 'working with you' day at local marina
· Rep. Kind: To honor Margaret Zerwekh in Delafield
· Rep. Stuck: Statement on yesterday's shooting in Menahsa
· Rep. Subeck: Responds to signing of Transportation Network Company legislation
· Sixth Amendment Center: Releases report 'Justice Shortchanged'
· St. Croix Economic Development Corp.: 2014 traveler spending up in the Greater St. Croix Valley
· Transportation Development Association: Hosts legislators and industry experts at annual drive-in event
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Pushes for increased funding to fight Bird Flu outbreak
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Introduces integrated public alert and warning system legislation
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Announces staff mobile office hours
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Responds to Menasha shootings
· UW-Madison: As the river rises: Cahokia's emergence and decline linked to Mississippi River flooding
· UW-Madison: McArdle's Bradfield named interim WID director
· Voces De La Frontera: Thousands march in Milwaukee against Gov. Walker's attacks on working families, in solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter
· Wisconsin Commissioner of Insurance: Administrative actions of April 2015
· Wisconsin Hospital Association: Wisconsin health care ranks second highest in nation
· WisDOT: Releases performance report on safety
May 5
· 1000 Friends of Wisconsin: Quadruple taxation bill introduced for local roads
· Children’s Dyslexia Center: Receives grant to expand
· Dept. of Health Services: State agency unveils “Building Dementia- Friendly Communities” tool kit
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Two Wisconsin students named Presidential Scholars
· Dept. of Transportation: Online chat: a new DMV customer service
· Dept. of Transportation: Students encouraged to use "pedal power" on May 6
· Gov. Walker: Announces special election for 33rd Senate District
· Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce: Business concerned proposed UW System cuts could hurt state economy
· Milwaukee Ald. Murphy: Curbing violence and promoting peace: In their own words
· Milwaukee Public Schools: MPS student wins nation's highest honor for graduating seniors
· National Federation of Independent Business: Small business encourages repeal of archaic prevailing wage in Wisconsin
· Rep. Genrich: Authors letter to congress, calling for sensible approach to testing
· Rep. Knudson, Sen. Tiffany: Give locals the chance to raise road money
· Rep. Petryk: Secures full time DA for Pepin County
· Rep. Weatherston: Stadium district reform bill passes committee
· Reps. Considine, Spreitzer: Disappointed in JFC’s opposition to fair redistricting
· Reps. Taylor, Hintz: Republicans continue to sell out Wisconsin children
· Republicans reject funding for Wisconsin’s Cancer Reporting System
· Sen. Darling, Rep. Nygren: JFC increases funding for women's cancer screenings
· Sen. Erpenbach: Motion in finance to support WI Cancer Reporting System
· Sen. Harris Dodd: Announces racial impact statement bill
· Sen. Shilling: GOP cuts recycling while boosting Walker’s office pay
· Sen. Stroebel: Prevailing Wage applies to new Bucks arena
· Sen. Taylor: Governor Walker and Republicans put Milwaukee drunken driving intervention grants in jeopardy
· Supreme Court: Mandate in the matter of State of Wisconsin v. Dean M. Blatterman
· Teaching Assistants' Association: UW-Madison unions respond to Chancellor Blank's job cuts
· U.S. Rep. Grothman: Announces 2015 Congressional Art Competition winner, Katelyn Lavernz
· UW-Madison: Analysis compares California exchange, commercial health insurance hospital networks
· UW-Madison: Day at the Capitol highlights achievements from biotech to basketball
· UW-Stout: More than 1,300 to receive diplomas at spring commencement
· Waukesha Water Utility: Business - water conservation incentive program begins during National Drinking Water Week
· Wisconsin Community Services: State's joint finance committee should vote to restore funding for intensive supervision of drunk drivers during pretrial period
· Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty: Files motion to have illegal collective bargaining agreements voided
May 6
· Alliance for Women's Health: Legislature can avoid deep budget cuts without raising state taxes
· American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network: Critical breast cancer-fighting program receives more funding
· Americans United for Change: Top 10 ways Sen. Ron Johnson’s budget squeezes the middle class
· Coalition of Wisconsin Aging Groups: SeniorCare proposal sent to JFC members
· College Democrats of Wisconsin: Gov. Walker's UW public authority proposal dies in Legislature, debate continues on cuts
· Gov. Walker: Celebrates fair youth exhibitors, encourages participation in 2015 Governor’s Blue Ribbon Livestock Auction
· Gov. Walker: Finnish firm Fiskars to relocate America's headquarters to Middleton
· Gov. Walker: Honors fallen officers at Greater Milwaukee Law Enforcement Memorial
· Gov. Walker: Signs employment legislation
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Alexander: Proposal to lift taxicab permit caps approved by Committee


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