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September 29
· Political campaigns turn to social media

· Gogebic mine owners delay application as iron ore prices plunge

· Report: Frac sand industry affects lives of thousands who live near mines

· Kestell reflects on legislative career

· Mobile consulate helps Mexican nationals in Wis.

· More Wis. school districts move to provide mental health services

· DNR reports $11.7M in timber sales

· Dane County hopes to top landfill with thin, flexible solar cap

· WisPolitics MON AM Update


September 28
· Milwaukee police promise on mental health training unmet

· Under Scott Walker, Wisconsin slows updates of building and safety codes

· Move to shift disabled workers from 'sheltered workshops' to community jobs stirs debate

· State ignores law in not revising energy conservation standards


September 27
· Walker won't commit to full term if re-elected

· Burke bashes vouchers, praises Common Core
 – Burke apologizes to Neenah superintendent

· Walker, Burke and the Affordable Care Act

· New census data shows state's 2012 start-up rate third lowest in U.S.

· Happ, Schimel unveil plans to fight crimes against children

· Lawmakers consider ways to raise money for roads

· Ryan faces tough battle for committee post

· As arena grabs attention, panel analyzes other attractions

· Appleton leaders debate need for military vehicle


September 26
· WisPolitics REPORT

· Burke: Jobs plan did not meet her standard of plagiarism
Dem guv candidate Mary Burke laid out her definition of plagiarism Thursday, telling reporters she h... <more>

· Federal court refuses to rehear voter ID suit

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