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September 17
· WisDems: Sean Duffy heads to Washington, leaves working families behind
· WisGOP: WisGOP files lawsuit against GAB for flawed ballot
September 18
· Bewley Campaign: Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin endorses Janet Bewley for State Senate
· Bryce Campaign: Tea Party opponent ducks public forum
· Dept. of Transportation: Celebrates the 40th anniversary of its Rustic Roads Program with a photo contest
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Deputy Secretary Barry highlights Governor Walker's worker training investments, improving economy
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Federal jobs data: Wisconsin's rate of private sector job growth outpaces Illinois, Minnesota in year ending March 2014
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Wisconsin's unemployment rate declines to 5.6% in August
· Gov. Walker: A better bottom line: Governor Scott Walker honors participants at Best Buddies 25th anniversary leadership breakfast
· Gov. Walker: Attends H&CS ribbon cutting and grand opening
· Gov. Walker: Governor’s office accepts artist applications for Wisconsin’s 2014 National Christmas Tree ornament
· Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corp.: Expands apprentice scholarships to all 16 Wisconsin technical colleges
· Grothman Campaign: Announces communications director
· Happ Campaign: Announces first debate
· League of Women Voters of Wisconsin: Last-minute switches should motivate, not deter, voters
· Media Trackers: Data shows Chisholm's DA office ignores felons with guns
· NFIB: U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner honored as Guardian of Small Business by NFIB
· One Wisconsin Now: Gov. Walker’s administration keeps digging deeper budget hole
· Rep. Barca: Wisconsin still dead last in the Midwest in job growth under Gov. Walker, Republican Legislature
· Rep. Shankland: Wisconsin one of three states to allow devastating cuts to food stamps
· Schimel Campaign: Happ agrees to one debate
· Sen. Hansen: While Wisconsin continues near bottom in job creation Governor Walker and Republicans blame the workers
· Sen. Harris Dodd: In Governor Walker's economy, Wisconsin families lose
· Sen. Harris Dodd: Protect the freedom to vote
· Sen. Larson: Wisconsin still in economic freefall
· Synowicz Campaign: Jobs report shows Wisconsin continues to move forward
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Introduces bipartisan “Teacher Tax Relief” Act
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Statement following vote in favor of keeping government open and funding efforts to confront ISIS
· U.S. Rep. Pocan: Introduces bill to help low-income households pay off student loan debt
· U.S. Reps. Pocan, Miller, U.S. Sen. Murray: Introduce bill to invest in apprenticeships, increase skilled workers
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Introduces Digital Coast Act to aid Great Lakes communities in water management, disaster response, long-term planning and restoration
· U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Kaine, Portman: Introduce bipartisan bill to train high-quality CTE teachers
· UW System: Launches website to help students comply with Wisconsin voting requirements
· Vruwink Campaign: Wisconsin remains dead last in the Midwest in job growth under Republican leadership
· Walker Campaign: Mary Burke, if you care about jobs why do you want to expand Obamacare?
· Walker Campaign: Releases new TV ad: “Savings”
· Walker Campaign: Releases new TV ad: “The Lie of the Year”
· Wisconsin Alliance for Women’s Health: PATCH program gets support to expand into rural Wisconsin
· Wisconsin Corn Growers Association: Motorists urged to be alert during fall harvest season
· Wisconsin Council on Children and Families: Number of poor Wisconsinites remains high, income growth not widely shared
· Wisconsin Women’s Network: Identification requirements disenfranchise voters
· WisDems: Glenn Grothman’s push to criminalize single parenthood
· WisGOP: Mary Burke an “unequivocal” supporter of the law that will cost thousands of Wisconsin jobs
· WisGOP: Statement on Don Stitt
· WISPIRG Foundation: New study: Traffic data does not support spending on I-94 expansion
September 19
· AG Van Hollen: David Dejanovich bound over for trial under state's sexually violent person statute
· AG Van Hollen: Michigan man convicted of child enticement
· Brian Fitzgerald Campaign: Congressman Paul Ryan endorses Brian Fitzgerald for state Senate
· Citizen Action of Wisconsin: Coalition highlights new model of preventing the heroin/opiod health crisis in Wisconsin
· Citizen Action of Wisconsin: Good government call for advocates call for Walker to step down from WEDC
· Clean Wisconsin: Judge: DNR was right to require groundwater monitoring at New Chester
· Dept. of Financial Institutions: Registration open for financial literacy summit at Lambeau
· Dept. of Transportation: Statement regarding roadside memorials
· Dept. of Workforce Development: BLS August 2014 employment report: Wisconsin outperforms four Midwest states in rate of private-sector job growth year over year
· Duncan Campaign: Republican leadership leaves Wisconsin dead last in Midwest job growth
· Gov. Walker: Appoints Josann Reynolds to Dane County Circuit Court
· Gov. Walker: Appoints Vincent Biskupic to Outagamie County Circuit Court
· Gov. Walker: Economic impact of Wisconsin agriculture jumps from $59 billion to $88 billion
· Gov. Walker: Seeks applicants for register of deeds in Columbia County
· Harris Campaign: Grothman campaign finally speaks - to announce staffing change


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