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October 2
· Dept. of Transportation: Plan now to ID as a vet before November’s Veterans Day
· Dept. of Transportation: Traffic deaths in September were the lowest for the month since the mid-1940s
· Dept. of Transportation: Wisconsin’s freight rail system keeps the state’s economy moving
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Lt. Governor Kleefisch, Secretary Newson celebrate National Disability Employment Awareness Month
· Dept. of Workforce Development: To launch enhanced UI online claim inquiry system
· Duncan Campaign: Duncan pledges support to Wisconsin veterans
· Fox Campaign: Charlie Fox comments on county executive’s budget in absence of district supervisor
· Gov. Walker: Attends expansion groundbreaking at Arow Global in Mosinee
· League of United Latin American Citizens Midwest Region: LULAC of Wisconsin, Advancement Project, ACLU of Wisconsin petition the United States Supreme Court on WI voter ID
· MacIver Institute: Report: Affordable Care Act increases cost of health care, hurts small businesses in Wisconsin
· Madison Mayor Soglin: 2014 Jeffrey Clay Erlanger Civility in Public Discourse Award
· Milwaukee Ald. Donovan: Malcolm X fiasco could have been avoided
· Milwaukee Co. Sups. Dimitrijevic, Haas: To hold town hall meeting October 20
· MWFPA: Food manufacturers feed economic growth, celebrate October as Manufacturing Month
· One Wisconsin Now: Lt. Gov. Kleefisch hosts Schimel fundraiser after DA refused to investigate husband’s ‘pay to play’ allegations
· Pocan Campaign: Walker flights cost Wisconsin taxpayers nearly $1 million
· Rep. Hintz: Stalled state building projects remain a mystery
· Rep. Hintz: Vos is wrong
· Rep. Shankland: Requests extended DMV hours for voter ID access
· Schimel Campaign: Schimel receives Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation endorsement
· Sen. Shilling: Weekly Democratic radio address: "Wisconsin's budget crisis"
· Sens. Larson, Hansen, Shilling, Wirch: Senate Dems to JFC Co-chairs: Wisconsin families deserve answers on GOP budget crisis
· UW System: Finalists named for UW Colleges/UW-Extension chancellor
· UW-Stout: Special events set for Red, White and Blue Devils homecoming
· Wisconsin Industrial Sand Association: Smart Sand, Inc. joins association
· Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce: Updated DNR air monitoring shows clean air at WI sand mines
· Wisconsin Professional Police Association: State's largest police group issues 2014 legislative endorsements
· Wisconsin Troopers’ Association: Announces Jerry Petrowski for Senator of the Year Award
· WisDems: Career politician Scott Walker at age 25: “Someday I’m going to be governor”
· WisDems: Wisconsin women continue to suffer as Republicans pursue rigid ideological agenda
· WisGOP: Plagiarist union boss campaigns with plagiarist Mary Burke
· Wright Campaign: Rep. Mandy Wright receives endorsement of Wisconsin Professional Police Association
· Zerban Campaign: Rob Zerban and Congressman Paul Ryan agree to hold two debates
October 3
· Broitzman Campaign: Two more endorsements for Jerry Broitzman
· Burke Campaign: New Burke TV ad - "Quince & Apple"
· Dane Co. Clerk McDonell: Public outreach campaign launched on voter ID by Madison and Dane County
· Dane Co. Exec. Parisi, Gundersen Health System: Celebrate completion of dairy digester
· Dane Co. Supv. Corrigan: County board approves funding for Sith Lord’s brother
· Dept. of Administration: State Energy Office receives $325,000 total in grants to promote industrial energy efficiency and biomass projects
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Trappers who incidentally capture wolves during the upcoming fall harvest seasons are encouraged to contact department staff
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Assistant Deputy Secretary Anderson tours Superior businesses for National Manufacturing Day
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Lt. Governor Kleefisch celebrates Manufacturing Day at Madison College
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Secretary Newson joins students in Racine for National Manufacturing Day
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Secretary Newson joins students in Waukesha for National Manufacturing Day
· Gov. Walker: Attends expansion groundbreaking at Bemis Healthcare Packaging
· Happ Campaign: Happ lays out plan to deal with for-profit college scams
· Happ Campaign: Huge backlog of rape kits in Wisconsin is unacceptable
· Milwaukee Co. Board of Supervisors: Finance, Budget and Audit Committee welcomes public opinion as it begins budget review
· Milwaukee Co. Supv. Rainey: Hosts event to help collect coats for kids
· Office of the Commissioner of Insurance: September 2014 administrative actions
· One Wisconsin Now: College Republicans not the only allies of Gov. Walker saying “yes to the dress”
· One Wisconsin Now: Praises Susan Happ call for crackdown on for-profit colleges
· Public Service Commission: Issues final Strategic Energy Assessment 2020
· Reps. Jorgensen, Kolste: Feature artwork from Riverfront in State Capitol offices
· Robert Burke Campaign: Jobs numbers show devastating effect of inflation on seniors -- fraud in CPI
· Sen. Schultz, Rep. Wright: To hold public forum in Blanchardville
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Marks the beginning of Manufacturing Month
· UW-Stout: Chinese acrobatic team to perform free show Tuesday, Oct. 7
· WEDC: Manufacturer announces expansion in Manitowoc County
· Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation: Meats send food prices rising


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