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November 21
· Wisconsin Family Action PAC: Endorses Duey Stroebel for senate
· Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation: Statement regarding President Obama’s statement on immigration
· WIsconsin Farm Bureau Foundation: Ag in the classroom program awards teacher mini-grants
· Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty: Judge denies MATC and union motion to dismiss act 10 case
· Wisconsin Women in Government: Announces 2015 professional development series
· WisDems: Fact check: Ron Johnson didn't fund his first campaign
· WisDems: Scott Walker inherits $2.2 billion deficit ... from Scott Walker
November 23
· Clausius Campaign: Clausius for mayor
November 24
· AG Van Hollen: Van Hollen announces judgment requiring former Crawford County gas station owner to complete site investigation, pay $10,885 in forfeitures, fees and costs
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Black Friday: Hit the stores with a plan
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Opening weekend of Wisconsin’s annual nine-day deer season exemplified safe hunting, with hunters of all ages hitting the woods and creating new memories
· Dept. of Natural Resources: This year’s Wisconsin nine-day gun deer hunt kicks off another season of traditions, memories and excitement
· Marathon Co. Dems: Benedetto elected Marathon County Democratic chair, pledges strategic leadership
· Michael Best Strategies LLC: Welcomes Thomas R. Harris
· Milwaukee Ald. Donovan: Will seek petition drive for streetcar referendum
· Milwaukee Co. Sheriff Clarke: In response to calls by terror groups to increase attacks globally, sheriff renews request for the public’s vigilance in ‘see something, say something’ campaign
· Milwaukee Public Schools: 3,500 MPS students to connect with colleges, careers, resources at fair
· Milwaukee Public Schools: School board's actions cut benefits liability by $2.6 billion over last 6 years
· Milwaukee Public Schools: Statement from Michael Bonds, president of the Milwaukee board of school directors
· Rep. Jorgensen: Jorgensen invites you to share thoughts at December listening session in Milton
· Rep. Moore: Statement on Ferguson grand jury decision
· Republican Lieutenant Governors Association: Announces 2015 leadership
· Sen. Carpenter: Encourages sending holiday mail for heroes
· U.S. Rep. Duffy: Duffy to president: Critical access hospitals are critical to rural America
· U.S. Rep. Pocan: Federal and county officials promote Affordable Care Act open enrollment period
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: Chairman-elect Ryan makes staff appointments at House Ways and Means Committee
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Baldwin applauds USDA action to support Wisconsin cranberry growers
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Johnson announces staff mobile office hours
· UW System: New initiative to build capacity of UW System faculty to advance student success
· UW-Stout: Stout University Foundation names senior development officer
· Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce: Business groups issue statement on transportation finance
· Wisconsin Right for Life: Vermont legislative leaders who pushed legalization of doctor-prescribed suicide Lose seats in 2014 elections
· WisDems: Buyers remorse? Business groups reject GOP’s $750 million tax increase proposal
November 25
· AFT-Wisconsin: Unions overwhelmingly win recertification elections
· AG Van Hollen: Announces transition planning underway at the Wisconsin Department of Justice
· AG Van Hollen: Columbia County defendant pleads to drug and theft charges
· AG Van Hollen: Kristopher Torgerson bound over for trial
· AG Van Hollen: The Wisconsin Department of Justice seeks to commit Randall Luostari for treatment
· AG Van Hollen: Wisconsin Dept. of Justice seeks to commit Larry Whiteeagle for treatment
· Common Cause in Wisconsin: Impending destruction of Wisconsin's non-partisan, independent Wisconsin GAB
· Dept. of Financial Institutions: Lending up 6.2%, net income 2.4% at Wisconsin-chartered banks
· Dept. of Transportation: Kids can keep busy of Thanksgiving break with Aviation Art Contest
· Gov. Walker: Joins tourism industry in support of Wisconsin's "Big Bundle Up" campaign
· Great Lakes: Donates $68,000 to campaign for new playground equipment at adopted schools
· Milwaukee Co. Sheriff Clarke: Court upholds sheriff’s termination of deputy
· NAACP Milwaukee Branch: Statement regarding Ferguson, Mo. grand jury decision
· Sen. Carpenter: Governor Walker's administration is out of touch on DOT tax increases
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Stands up for military families and backs DOD plan for better protection from abusive financial practices
· Urban League of Greater Madison: Statement on grand jury's decision to not indict Officer Darren Wilson
· UW-Madison: Two students finalists for Rhodes, Marshall scholarships
· WEAC: Educators remain committed to the role of the union
November 26
· AG Van Hollen: Files complaint against Laura Lovrien and her businesses Orbital Publishing Group, Inc. and Liberty Publishers Service, Inc.
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Protect yourself from cyber-scrooges when shopping online
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Toy safety nothing to play around with
· Dept. of Workforce Development: DWD Secretary Newson highlights youth apprenticeship successes with education, workforce partners at Beaver Dam employer
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Wisconsin local employment & unemployment estimates released
· Gov. Walker: Thanksgiving Day: A video message from Governor Scott Walker
· Gov. Walker: Weekly radio address: Wishing Wisconsin a Happy Thanksgiving
· Madison Mayor Soglin: Statement on Ferguson grand jury ruling
· Madison Mayor Soglin: Statement on Public Service Commission decision on Madison Gas & Electric rate design

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