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April 27
· Prosser to retire from Supreme Court July 31
Justice David Prosser announced today he is retiring from the state Supreme Court after nearly 18 ye... <more>

· Vos wants to review request for voter ID outreach money

· Speaker Ryan promotes GOP unity as Trump nomination appears more likely

· Jesse Kremer: Gender restrictions on school bathrooms protects women

· Tomah VA on track, officials say

· Russ Feingold, Ron Johnson clash on FCC net neutrality regulations

· Assembly GOP leader: No confidence vote in UW leaders shows faculty 'arrogance'

· Feds update strategy to keep Asian Carp from Great Lakes

· WED AM Update: JFC co-chairs open to money for voter ID education campaign, ad targets Duffy over Puerto Rico debt help


April 26
· State GOP names national convention delegates
Gov. Scott Walker, first lady Tonette Walker, Lt. Guv. Rebecca Kleefisch and AG Brad Schimel are amo... <more>

· TUE PM Update: GAB approves seeking $250k from JFC for voter ID ad campaign; five Assembly Republicans write JFC members with FamilyCare questions

· Board will seek money for voter ID education

· Gov. Walker signs drunken driving sobriety proposal

· Gov. Walker signs bill requiring school CPR training

· Walker, Tommy Thompson among Wisconsin statewide delegates

· Assembly GOP leader: No confidence vote in UW leaders shows faculty 'arrogance'

· Russ Feingold: Ron Johnson 'hasn't done the real work' on cutting spending, waste

· Ryan continues to push agenda alternative to Donald Trump

· Ryan says Republican primary challenge comes with the territory

· Walker closing this week on sale of Tosa home; no new house yet

· Walker opens door to stepped up CWD strategies

· Walker signs stricter OWI law

· TUE AM Update: State GOP names national convention delegates; Walker to sign property rights bills, other legislation; GAB may seek money for voter ID info campaign


April 25
· MON PM Update: Schimel plans to ask appeals court for stay of RTW decision; Walker may campaign with Cruz; Roth slams Walker veto

· UpFront: Schimel says 'law is on our side' in right-to-work case
AG Brad Schimel says a Dane County judge's ruling that the state's right-to-work law is unconstituti... <more>

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