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March 3
· Survival Coalition: Supports increases in funding for students with disabilities to address achievement gap
· U.S. Rep. Duffy: Offers reaction to Netanyahu address to Congress
· U.S. Rep. Grothman: Statement on Prime Minister Netanyahu’s address to Congress
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Announces 19thAnnual Congressional Art Competition
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Announces bipartisan legislation to incentivize wellbeing
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Introduces bipartisan legislation to improve maternal care access in underserved areas
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Joins bipartisan effort to boost Wisconsin nursing programs
· UW System: Cross, UWEC Chancellor ask Joint Finance Committee to approve Authority, dedicated funding stream and to help reduce cut
· UW-Stout: Slinger students lead SkillsUSA competition with seven firsts
· UW-Stout: Two apparel students learn from a day with Target designers
· Wisconsin Alliance for Women's Health: 2015 WAWH Women’s Health Leader awardees announced
· Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty: WILL and Wisconsin Reporter challenge Jefferson County sheriff's redaction policy
· Wisconsin Law Enforcement Museum of Valor: Janesville Police Association becomes major contributor to Law Enforcement Museum of Valor
· Wisconsin Right to Life: Gov. Walker would protect pain-capable unborn children
· Wisconsin Supreme Court: Mandate in State of Wisconsin v. Eddie Lee Anthony
March 4
· Assembly Democratic Leaders and Labor Committee Members: Democrats lay out next steps on 'Right to Work' bill
· Citizen Action of Wisconsin: Legislation to protect WI health consumers from dangerous U.S. Supreme Court decision
· Daley Campaign: Announces bi-partisan law enforcement endorsements
· Garski campaign: Mt. Pleasant residents asked to contribute more and get less in return
· Gov. Walker: Delivers remarks at Wisconsin Business Day
· Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors: Announce new bus service to suburban job centers
· MPS: Is serving 22% more breakfasts as district marks National School Breakfast Week
· One Wisconsin Now: Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce ‘Business Day’ a chance for big political campaign spenders to check up on their investment
· Rep. Sargent: Introduces bill to create state-based exchange
· Save IRIS: People with disabilities and elderly Wisconsin residents remain very concerned about the elimination of key program.
· Sen. Darling, Rep. Sanfelippo: MPS doubles down on failure in latest attempt to deny kids a quality education
· Sen. Shilling: GOP creates new "Regressive Era" in Wisconsin
· Sen. Vinehout: Wisconsin needs its own health insurance marketplace
· Sens. Taylor, Erpenbach; Reps. Taylor, Hintz: Day three of GOP budget crisis briefings
· Survival Coalition: After Joint Finance hearing disability and aging participants and other stakeholders are still left asking: What’s the plan for people with disabilities and older adults?
· U.S. Atty. Vaudreuil: Former City of Sun Prairie IT Director charged with conversion scheme
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Legislation on strengthening inspectors general clears senate hurdle
· WI Department of Military Affairs: Be ReadyWisconsin when you Spring Foward
· Wisconsin Dept. of Financial Institutions: 2014 lending grows by 6.3 percent at state-chartered banks
· Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction: Joint Finance Committee testimony excerpts
· Wisconsin Dept. of Revenue: Waukesha man claims $1,000,000 Mega Millions
· Wisconsin DOT: Orange barrels return, construction resumes on the Madison Beltline
· Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty: Comments on MPS' plans for Malcolm X
· Wisconsin Supreme Court: Accepts two new cases
· Wisconsin Wave: Pickets Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce's Business Day at Monona Terrace
March 5
· Dane Co. Exec. Parisi: Calls on Governor Walker to immediately drop drug testing proposal
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Evers calls for education funding to support Tribal Nations
· Dept. of Transportation: Traffic crashes killed 25 people in February
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Wisconsin's unemployment rate drops to 5.0 percent
· Gov. Walker: Weekly Radio Address: Effective, efficient, accountable
· Milwaukee Public Schools: Riverside students to sleep outside for 15th year to benefit Habitat for Humanity
· NARAL Pro-Choice America: New ad campaign calls out Scott Walker for lying about reproductive rights record as he starts Iowa trip
· Omokunde Campaign: Mass transit in Milwaukee County
· Pfaff Campaign: Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett endorses Fitchburg Mayor Shawn Pfaff for re-election
· Rep. Hintz: Agency secretaries come clean on increased borrowing, fiscal recklessness
· Rep. Neylon: Appointed to Small Business Regulatory Review Board, voted chairman
· Rep. Ott: Statement on announced budget hearing in Brillion
· Rep. Sinicki: Democratic Weekly Radio Address: "Right to Work is wrong for Wisconsin"
· Rep. Taylor: JFC economic development briefings briefly gave me hope, and then not so much
· Rep. Vos: Statement on the State of the Tribes Address
· U.S. Attorney Vaudreuil: Grand jury returns indictments
· U.S. Attorney Vaudreuil: New Richmond businessman sentenced to federal prison for fraud
· U.S. Rep. Duffy: Reintroduces CFPB reform package
· U.S. Rep. Grothman: Questions National Labor Relations board about controversial Election Ambush rule
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Introduces expansion of VA caregivers program that would help thousands more veterans and their families


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