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December 3
· Gov. Walker: Executive Residence tree lighting and holiday decor
· Gov. Walker: Joins lawsuit to block unilateral executive action
· Gov. Walker: Seeks applicants for coroner in Green County
· Gov. Walker: Seeks applicants for coroner in Juneau County
· Madison Equal Opportunities Commission: Urges people of color to run for office
· Moffit Campaign: Anna Moffit announces school board candidacy
· Office of the Commissioner of Insurance: Administrative actions, November 2014
· Sen. Lassa: Holds office hours throughout district
· Sen. Lassa: Lassa congratulates Wautoma on airport grant
· Stroebel Campaign: Washington County's public saftey leaders support local businessman Duey Stroebel
· U.S. Dept. of Justice: Milwaukee-area attorney charged in federal court with defrauding financial institutions and clients, money laundering, and filing a false tax return
· U.S. Rep. Moore: House passes critical housing assistance for Native Americans
· U.S. Rep. Petri: Petri joins Rep. Earl Blumenauer and Ronald Reagan to call on Congress to raise the gas tax, fully fund transportation infrastructure
· U.S. Rep. Ribble: Ribble, Cartwright introduce bipartisan legislation to promote college savings
· U.S. Rep. Ribble: Votes to support savings for individuals with disabilities
· U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner: House approves ABLE Act, Sensenbrenner urges Senate passage
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Secures three Littoral Combat Ships in the National Defense Authorization Act
· UW-Madison: New philosophy center to focus on educational policy
· UW-Stevens Point: Among best for military, veterans
December 4
· AG Van Hollen: Announces multistate settlement with Sirius XM
· AG Van Hollen: Dennis Yarber bound over for trial under state's sexually violent person statue
· Citizen Action of Wisconsin: Health reform saves lives in Wisconsin
· Coalition for More Responsible Transportation: Community and elected leaders oppose WISDOT’s ‘billion dollar boondoggle’ at hearing on I-94 East-West corridor
· College Possible: Announces commitment to expand college access at White House event
· Dept. of Natural Resources: DNR closes wolf harvest zone 6 to hunting and trapping, effective 8 a.m., December 5.
· Dept. of Natural Resources: With the closure of wolf harvest zone 3 to hunting and trapping, effective Friday, Dec. 5 at noon - Wisconsin’s 2014 wolf harvest season has ended
· Gov Walker: Weekly radio address: “Wisconsin Sports Bringing Family Together”
· Gov. Walker: Participates in Northern Economic Development Summit
· Hall Campaign: Amanda Hall to seek district three seat on Madison City Council
· Lt. Gov. Kleefisch: To lead December 2014 delegation to China
· One Wisconsin Now: “Right to work” backer cites Bradley Foundation funded junk science to justify attack on middle class wages and workplace safety
· Pfaff Campaign: Shawn Pfaff announces re-election campaign
· Racine Police Dept. Annual Shop with a Cop event December 6th
· Rep. Barca: Calls on Gov. Walker to put the brakes on “Right to Work for Less”
· Rep. Bewley: Gives Democratic weekly radio address
· Rep. Zamarripa: Criticizes Walker, DOJ involvement in immigration lawsuit
· Rep.Sinicki: GOP again shows disdain for working people in rush to pass “Right to Work” legislation
· Sen. Carpenter: Republicans plan to polarize Wisconsin, again, with right-to-work laws
· Sen. Darling: Welcomes senate finance members
· Sen. Erpenbach: Statement on pledges to pass Right to Work bill
· Sen. Farrow: Senate Republicans announce committee assignments
· Sen. Fitzgerald: Announcement of 2015-16 committee appointments
· Sen. Fitzgerald: Opens debate on workplace freedom legislation
· Sen. Gudex: Appointed to chair the Economic Development Committee for a second consecutive session
· Sen. Hansen: “Right-to-Work” is wrong for Wisconsin
· Sen. Lassa: Public hearing on power line in Warrens Thursday
· Sen. Shilling: “Right to work for less” debate causing economic uncertainty for families and businesses
· Sen. Vukmir: Appointed to serve on Joint Finance Committee
· Sen. Wirch: “Right to Work?” Wrong for Wisconsin workers
· Sen.-Elect Marklein: Statement on appointment to Joint Finance Committee
· Teaching Assistant's Association: TAA play-in for parental leave
· U.S. Rep. Duffy: Ashland Lighthouse weathers final legislative storms
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Statement on Defense Authorization vote
· U.S. Rep. Ribble: Praises passage of defense bill supporting the Littoral Combat Ship
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: Chairman-elect announces subcommittee chairs of House Ways and Means Committee
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Apostle Island measure moves forward
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: To host Facebook Q&A on immigration/border security
· UW-Stevens Point: Alumna to address UW-Stevens Point graduates
· Wisconsin Economic Development Corp.: Manitowoc energy technology company receives $250,000 state loan
December 5
· Americans For Prosperity Wisconsin: Supports right-to-work legislation

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