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May 15
· BP Gas Stations: New $3M BP gas station to open at 27th and St. Paul
· City of Milwaukee: Project ADAM
· Disability Rights Wisconsin: Encouraged by changes to long term care proposal
· Gov. Walker: Calls on Legislature to enact economic development reform
· Legal Action of Wisconsin: Wisconsin's legal aid providers applaud budget committee's unanimous support for civil legal services
· Media Trackers: Schools represented by Vos could save millions with prevailing wage repeal
· One WI Now: The foundations of Scott Walker's agenda: Bradley and Koch
· Peace Action Wisconsin: Applauds Representatives Moore, Pocan and Kind for voting against defense bill
· Rep. Barca, Sen. Lassa: Statement on proposed WEDC changes
· Rep. Kapenga: Supports lifetime limit budget provision
· Rep. Kitchens: Lauds plan to protect long-term care
· Rep. Kleefisch: Integral part of Adoption Protection Package approved by Joint Finance Committee
· Rep. Krug: “Long-term care will be protected.”
· Rep. Macco: Keeps funding for Boys and Girls Club
· Rep. Murphy: Applauds JFC plan to protect long term care programs
· Rep. Pope: School choice Wisconsin falsely claims growing demand
· Rep. Quinn: Applauds removal of Governor’s long term care plan
· Rep. Rodriguez: Awarded fellowship for Midwestern leadership institute
· Rep. Rodriguez: Joint Finance supports budget motions
· Rep. Shankland: Republicans’ budget ships 500 health care jobs to Minnesota
· Rep. Taylor: JFC republicans pass the buck on commonsense child welfare reforms
· Save IRIS: Responds to JFC announcement about long-term care
· Sen. Marklein: JFC restores aging & disability resource centers, public broadcasting
· South Central Federation of Labor: “It is the role of the union to advocate for change within an unjust system”: Statement from president Kevin Gundlach
· Survival Coalition: Lauds decision to remove Family Carechanges from budget, but cautions limitations
· Survival Coalition: Response to Joint Finance Committee announcement on removing proposed changes to long term care
· U.S. Rep. Grothman: Introduces bill to eliminate Obamacare's marriage penalty
· WI Department of Administration: Governor Walker announces $1 million in grants for Wisconsin’s coastal communities
· Wisconsin Family Ties: Special education concerns loom large in Milwaukee proposal
· Wisconsin State Bar: President applauds Joint Finance for backing civil legal services grant
May 16
· WisPolitics.com: GOP conventioneers like Walker for president in 2016, but Rubio if Wisconsin governor not in race
May 18
· Access Community Health Centers: Urge members of the JFC to remove medicaid provision
· Citizens Action of Wisconsin: Walker’s jobs agency reforms only scratch the surface
· Democratic National Committee: Virginia Democrats hold press call on Scott Walker's visit to the commonwealth
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Camping this summer? Leave firewood at home
· Dept. of Revenue: Badger 5 winning tickets sold in Chippewa Falls, Milwaukee, Rice Lake and Watertown
· Dept. of Transportation:Verona Road construction update
· Eric O'Keefe: Statement regarding denial of certiorari
· Francis Schmitz: Statement of attorney Joseph Russell
· Madison Mayor Soglin: Weekly schedule
· Madison Metropolitan School District: Letter regarding upcoming JFC budget deliberations
· Milwaukee Co. Sheriff Clarke: To testify before U.S. House of Representatives Committee
· National Republican Senatorial Committee: Feingold flashback- even Feingold knows he's an egotistical career politician
· Neylon campaign: Not running for state Senate
· Public Health Madison & Dane Co.: Ticks and mosquitoes – they´re back!
· Rep. Allen: Speaks on proposed UW System budget cuts
· Rep. August: Statement on passing of Lothian
· Rep. Barca, Sen. Lassa: Call for independent federal investigation of Gov. Walker's WEDC
· Rep. Barca, Sen. Lassa: Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. Board not informed of loan details
· Rep. Hesselbein: From schools to septic tanks, Walker punishes rural areas
· Rep. Hintz: Fully funding public education means no private voucher school expansion
· Rep. Jorgensen: Schedules Saturday listening session in Milton as budget vote nears
· Rep. Loudenbeck: Votes to support adult literacy
· Rep. Pope: Republicans’ education priorities are confusing and harmful
· Rep. Rodriguez, Lt. Gov. Kleefisch: Tour MATC Oak Creek and hold roundtable discussion
· Rep. Sargent: Letter to Audit Committee co-chairs
· Rep. Sargent: Reacts to Gov. Walker's WEDC reform request
· Reps. Kind, Paulsen: Author bill focused on treating obesity among seniors
· Sen. Hansen, Rep. Mason: To announce student loan legislation tomorrow TOMORROW
· Sen. Hansen: Time to end the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp.


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