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August 19
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· Parties in John Doe lawsuit lobby to keep documents secret
The parties involved in a lawsuit over a John Doe probe into alleged coordination between conservati... <more>

· In race for attorney general, experience becomes heated issue between candidates

· Paul Ryan on focus, in archery, politics -- and life
 – Ryan plots ‘Way Forward,’ hinting at presidential aspirations

· Happ emphasizes 'connecting with everybody'

· Concerns raised about campaigning lobbyists

· Ethics panel extends misconduct review of Petri

· Potential recount wouldn't be a first for Leibham

· Baldwin tours Laona sawmill, voices support for national forest timber harvest

· Green Bay mayor plans to run for 4th term

· Spreitzer may serve on Beloit council and in Assembly

· Eau Claire project's backers pursuing state grant instead of UW funding

· New UW-Stout leader says he's ready for challenges ahead

· Racine council to weigh referendum on minimum wage

· Superior School Board approves wage adjustments, strips salary schedules

· Ex-Milwaukee County official charged with accepting bribes

· WisPolitics TUE AM Update


August 18
· WisPolitics MON PM Update

· House Ethics Committee extends review of Petri case

· Happ credits appeal to independent, GOP voters for primary win
Jefferson Co. District Attorney Susan Happ credits her record of attracting independent and GOP vote... <more>

· Walker, Burke try to drum up support amid August doldrums

· Burke defends job growth during her time as Commerce secretary

· Walker, Burke leave door open to gas tax hike

· Walker, Burke spend big money on TV ads, direct mail

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