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WisPolitics Week Ahead
22 August 2011
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Monday, August 22
--6:30 p.m.: UW-Madison SBDC: 'Small Business: The First Step,' Grainger Hall, Madison.
Tuesday, August 23
--5:30 p.m.: Generation Forty Four happy hour event, Karma Bar and Grill, 600 E. Ogden Avenue, Milwaukee.
--10 a.m.: Governorís Commission on Waste, Fraud and Abuse, Room 415 NW, State Capitol.
--10 a.m.: Public Service Commission hearing on Whitewater Municipal Water Utility application to increase water rates, 610 N. Whitney Way, Amnicon Falls Room, Madison, and Whitewater City Hall,
312 W. Whitewater St., Whitewater.
--10 a.m.: Senate Committee on Transportation and Elections public hearing, on Senate Bill 96 relating to motor vehicle dealers, 411 South, State Capitol.
--2 p.m.: Public Service Commission telephone hearing on New Holstein application to increase electric rates, 610 N. Whitney Way, Amnicon Falls Room, Madison, and New Holstein Public Utility,
2110 Washington St., New Holstein.
--11:45 a.m.: WIN Madison: How Internet search practices drive business, Sheraton Hotel, 706 John Nolen Drive, Madison.
--Birthday -- Rep. Terese Berceau
--12 p.m.: U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore addresses Milwaukee Rotary Club, Milwaukee County War Memorial Center, 750 N. Lincoln Memorial Drive, Milwaukee.
Wednesday, August 24
--9:30 a.m.: Public Service Commission hearing on We Energies application to adjust electric, natural gas and steam rates, 610 N. Whitney Way, Amnicon Falls Room, Madison.
--10 a.m.: Assembly Committee on Children and Families executive session on Assembly Bill 42 relating to determination of paternity on basis of genetic test results and orders that may be granted on the basis of genetic test results, 400 Northeast, State Capitol.
--10 a.m.: Assembly Committee on Health executive session on Assembly Bill 147
relating to inadmissibility of a statement of apology or condolence by a health care provider, 417 North (GAR Hall), State Capitol.
--10:01 a.m.: Assembly Committee on Children and Families public hearing on Assembly Bill 172 relating to increasing the reduction in Wisconsin Works benefits based on a positive drug test, etc. and Assembly Bill 134 relating to termination of maintenance upon the payee's or payer's death and notices relating to maintenance, 400 Northeast, State Capitol.
--8:30 a.m.: UW-Madison Small Business Tax Expo, Grainger Hall, UW-Madison.
--12 p.m.: Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Association Commissioner Gary Karner addresses Madison Rotary Club, Inn on the Park, 22 South Carroll Street, Madison.
--4:30 p.m.: Milwaukee Society of Plastic Engineers presents 'An evening with Ron Johnson,' Brookfield Sheraton, 375 South Moorland Road, Brookfield.
--12 p.m.: Democracy Convention, Downtown Campus of Madison College and the Concourse Hotel Madison. Keynotes at 7:15 p.m. include Madison Mayor Paul Soglin and liberal activist Tom Hayden. Convention goes through Aug. 28.
--5:30 p.m.: Wisconsin Council on Children and Families 130th anniversary event, Monona Terrace, Madison.
Thursday, August 25
--5 p.m.: Event honoring Rep. Scott Suder, Lake Mills Golf Club, 800 S. Main St., Lake Mills.
--8:30 a.m.: Democracy Convention continues, Downtown Campus of Madison College and the Concourse Hotel
--4:30 p.m.: Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce Leadership Dialogue with U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, Wisconsin Room, 756 N. Milwaukee St., Ste. 400, Milwaukee.
--5:30 p.m.: Women's Equality Day celebration, Boardman Law Firm Atrium, 4th Floor, 1 S. Pinckney Street, Madison.
Friday, August 26
--11:30 a.m.: African American Chamber of Commerce luncheon, briefing and networking event, The Business Journal, 825 N. Jefferson St., Milwaukee.
-- Democracy Convention continues, Downtown Campus of Madison College and the Concourse Hotel
--Birthday -- Rep. Bob Ziegelbauer
--Birthday -- Rep. Donna Seidel
Saturday, August 27
--Birthday -- Rep. Roger Rivard
--2 p.m.: Immigrant Workers Union third annual Black Latino Unity Picnic, Penn Park, Madison.
--Democracy Convention continues, Downtown Campus of Madison College and the Concourse Hotel
Sunday, August 28
--Democracy Convention concludes, includes 10 a.m. session on ``Securing Democracy through Constitutional Reform,'' Downtown Campus of Madison College and the Concourse Hotel Madison.
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