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August 25
· Walker Campaign: Chris Leavitt joins team Walker to lead Virginia efforts
· Walker Campaign: In Iowa tomorrow
· WEDC: Secretary/CEO Reed Hall announces retirement
· Wisconsin Budget Project: Fewer, less experienced teachers hinder Wisconsin public schools
· Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce: Applauds Reed Hall as he retires from WEDC
· Wisconsin Right to Life: Another 50 livers a week
· Wisconsin Technology Council: Congratulates Reed Hall on announced retirement from WEDC
August 26
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Wisconsin ACT results hold steady
· Dept. of Revenue Collections: Fiscal year 2015
· Gov. Walker: Releases statement congratulating Oshkosh corporation
· Milwaukee Co. Exec. Abele: Opening of two new memory cafes continues progress towards a dementia friendly Milwaukee County
· Owens Campaign: Scott Owens the only candidate with a plan to create jobs, lower taxes and grow the economy
· Public Policy Forum: Report paints profile of Metro Milwaukee's teacher workforce
· Republican Party of Fond du Lac County: Salute Representative Jesse Kremer
· Sen. Gudex: Statement on Oshkosh Defense Contract Award
· Sen. Risser: Bill would ban the use of tanning facilities by minors
· Sen. Stroebel: UW-Madison director of community relations wrong on shop-lifting
· State Superintendent Evers: New school year brings excitement
· U.S. Rep. Grothman: Congratulates Oshkosh corporation on JLTV award
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Statement on Oshkosh Defense Announcement
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Congratulates Oshkosh defense on JLTV contract
· Wisconsin Right to Life: Applauds a 10% Wisconsin abortion decrease
August 27
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Cameron to open new elementary school on Thursday
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Six educators are Wisconsin finalists for Presidential Teaching Awards
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Local employment & unemployment estimates released
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Secretary Newson recognizes Milwaukee area youth for participation in Governor Walker’s summer youth program
· Diverse crowd rallies in Madison in support of Iran nuclear accord
· Duchow Campaign: Cindi Duchow locks in key support in race to fill 99th AD
· Gov. Walker: Weekly radio address- small business summit
· League of Women Voters Wisconsin: Women's equality day
· One Wisconsin Now: Rearranging the desk chairs won't save Gov. Walker's WEDC
· Owens Campaign: Cindi Duchow; A real taxpayer test
· Pro-Life Wisconsin: Energized by 10% decline in Wisconsin abortions
· Rep. Subeck: 95 years after women gain the right to vote, challenges to achieving full equality remain
· Sen. Hansen, Sen. Bewley: Call for public hearing on secret plan to merge UW campuses and tech colleges
· Sen. Kapenga: To serve as chair of Senate Committee on Public Benefit & Regulator Reform
· Sen. Vinehout: Health still a top political issue
· Senate Democrats: Weekly radio address- "taxpayer protection act"
· State Senate Democratic Committee: Whose side is Sheila Harsdorf on?
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Recognizes Hurricane Katrina anniversary
· UW System: President Ray Cross statement on Wisconsin Technology Council principles to guide future of higher education
· Walker Campaign: To deliver foreign policy speech in South Carolina
· Wis. Democracy Campaign: $1,000 per hour lobbying roams Wisconsin Capitol
· Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority: Foundation awards $500,000 in 2015 housing grants
· Wisconsin Right to Life: Endorses Owens, Duchow, Westlake for special election in 99th Assembly District
· Wisconsin Women’s Network: Announces 2015-16 Wisconsin Women’s Policy Institute fellows
August 28
· AG Schimel: NLRB decision hinders Wisconsin efforts to attract, create businesses
· ACLU Wisconsin: Racial justice supporters tell DNR: “We oppose water diversion to Waukesha”
· AG Schimel: Federal court halts waters of the United States rule
· Compact Implementation Coalition: Legal and technical experts tell DNR Waukesha's application does not comply with Great Lakes Compact
· Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee: Ron Johnson’s horrible minimum wage record
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Wisconsin business closing and mass layoff notice: Johnson Controls. Inc, The Sportsman Channel, and Georgia-Pacific Wood Products LLC
· Milwaukee Ald. Donovan: Chief Flynn’s gun violence comments disappointing
· Milwaukee Mayor Barrett: City of Milwaukee and Nationstar Mortgage announce five-part plan to assist Milwaukee homeowners
· Sen. Fitzgerald: Announces Senate committee changes
· Sen. Wanggaard: Statement on Racine Teachers Union’s press conference
· Town of Windsor: Takes first step towards incorporation
· U.S. Attorney Vaudreuil: Five Central Wisconsin residents charged
· U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner: Now accepting military academy applications
· Walker Campaign: Gov. Scott Walker completes western Iowa swing


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