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March 26
· State boosts prison wardens’ pay while officers languish

· UW-Milwaukee chancellor tapped to lead Marquette

· Wisconsin's personal income rebounded more slowly than U.S. average

· New UW economic development programs are off to a running start, leaders say

· Supervisors remain at odds with Abele over transit contract

· WisPolitics WED AM Update


March 25
· WisPolitics TUE PM Update

· Kramer will not seek re-election
State Rep. Bill Kramer, who was dumped as majority leader after he was accused of sexually harassing... <more>

· Burke releases 40-page jobs plan
 – See GOP reaction

· Chemo drug bill likely to become law

· Walker signs $504 million tax cut

· Judge denies state motion to stay marriage amendment case

· Veterans back off efforts to defeat asbestos lawsuits bill

· Mayors seek voting restrictions veto

· Senate will likely vote on police shootings bill

· Wis. Chippewa tribes ask federal appeals court to allow night deer hunting

· Scherck, Kaufert keep gloves on in Neenah mayoral race

· Abele delivers upbeat 'state of the county' speech

· Tight contest expected in Waukesha mayoral race

· WisPolitics TUE AM Update


March 24
· WisPolitics MON PM Update

· Strachota credits public support for passage of oral chemo bill
Rep. Pat Strachota, recently picked as Assembly majority leader, told "UpFront with Mike Gousha" tha... <more>

· Senate to vote on amended oral chemo bill April 1; Darling indicates support

· State postpones restructuring of cancer screening program for low-income women
Following a push by women's health advocates and breast cancer awareness groups, state officials hav... <more>

· Burke: Long-term approach needed for thriving economy

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