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March 18
· U.S. Reps. Sensenbrenner, Conyers: Introduce Judicial Redress Act
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Joins bipartisan effort to designate 'Manufacturing Universities'
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Senators initiate regulatory improvement effort
· U.S. Sens. Baldwin and Murray, Rep. Pocan: Introduce Tyler Clementi Higher Education Anti-Harassment Act to combat bullying and harassment in colleges and universities
· Wisconsin Technology Council: Adds nine to board of directors
March 19
· A.G. Schimel: Right-to-work law
· ABC for Health: March 26 HealthWatch Conference features state policymakers and MORE!
· Bradley Campaign: Focus on importance of keeping partisan politics and special interests out of courts at forum
· Citizens Acting for Rail Safety: Bald Eagle Take Permit has been granted to BNSF in La Crosse
· Daley campaign: Bradley can't define "soft on crime"
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Secretary visits New Berlin student taking part in Governor's Wisconsin Fast Forward training initiative
· DSCC: #TBT: Ron Johnson voted against bipartisan bill ensuring timely medical care for veterans
· DSCC: Ron Johnson needs to reveal what he plans to cut
· DWD: Wisconsin unemployment rate declines to 4.8% in February
· Friends of Steve Arnold: Arnold offers hope for the future of Fitchburg as desperate opponent plays the fear card
· Gov. Walker: Weekly radio address - Bolstering tourism and growing our economy
· Milwaukee Ald. Hamilton: Outlines need for safe zone initiative
· One Wisconsin Now: James Daley answers on state Republican party funding for his campaign raise more questions
· One Wisconsin Now: Senator Elizabeth Warren reintroducing common sense student loan debt refinancing bill
· Public Policy Forum: Report analyzes financial impacts of Mental Health Complex downsizing
· Rep. Barca: Statement on state patrol contract
· Rep. Barca: Wisconsin drops to 38th in job growth, trailing all neighboring states
· Rep. Hintz: Democratic Weekly radio address: "Democrats stand ready to listen to budget"
· Rep. Taylor, Rep. Hintz: Northeast Wisconsin strongly opposes Walker budget
· Reps. Shankland, Hintz, Sen. Lassa: Democratic legislators to host public hearing on state budget in Wausau
· Sen. Hansen, Rep. Genrich: To hold budget listening session with area democrats
· Sen. Lassa: Wisconsin drops to 38th in job creation
· Sen. LeMahieu: Applauds bipartisan passage of speed limit increase
· Sen. Risser, Rep. Hesselbein: Introduce "Right to Try" bill
· Sen. Shilling: Wisconsin plummets again in jobs ranking
· State Bar of Wisconsin: ABA president, legal community prime young lawyers for leadership roles, careers in service tomorrow
· U.S. Rep Sensenbrenner: Reintroduce legislation to improve access to complex rehabilitation technology for medicare patients
· U.S. Rep. Grothman: Commends committee passage of FY2016 House budget
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Introduces bipartisan bill to promote physical fitness
· U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner: To Holder- don't use ADA to take down WI's school voucher program
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Calls on Congress to act on children’s health insurance
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Supports action to tackle student debt crisis
· U.S. Sen. Grothman: Votes to block national labor relations board ambush election rule
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Chairman, ranking member to hold hearing
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Senate budget committee unanimously adopts the "Johnson Budget Window"
· Wis. AFL-CIO: Statement by Wisconsin AFL-CIO President Phil Neuenfeldt on RTW temporary injunction ruling
· Wis. Professional Police Association: Statement on behalf of the family of Madison officer Matt Kenny
· Wisconsin Farmers Union: Farmers, rural residents encouraged to speak up on biennial budget
· Young Gifted and Black Coalition: Ferguson to Madison -- #BlackLivesMatter: Mayor debate and march
March 20
· ACLU, Planned Parenthood: Another victory for women's health: Federal judge rules to protect women's access to safe, legal abortion in Wisconsin
· CWA: Judge finds T-Mobile US guilty of maintaining illegal corporate policies against workers across the country
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Comments open on Stinger use on strawberries
· Dept. of Justice: Files petition for review to the state Supreme Court of a Court of Appeals decision in Coyne v. Walker
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Hearings on administrative rules related to children with disabilities
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Secretary Newson announces request for proposals for nationally regarded youth apprenticeship program
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Wisconsin Fast Forward worker training program highlighted in Schofield
· Gov. Walker: Announces administration staff change
· Greater Milwaukee Foundation: Greater Milwaukee community brings home another win for basic needs
· League of Wisconsin Municipalities, Wis. Counties Association: Negative ramifications of eliminating personal property tax
· Madison Mayor Soglin: Statement on the death of former Wisconsin Congressman Bob Kastenmeier
· Milwaukee Ald. Davis: A broken city
· Milwaukee Ald. Donovan: Public safety in Milwaukee approaching free-fall
· Milwaukee County Board of Sups. Dimitrijevic, Jursik, Lipscomb: Supervisors announce new bus service to suburban job centers
· Milwaukee Mayor Barrett: Statement on the passing of former Congressman Bob Kastenmeier
· One Wisconsin Now: Not so sweet sixteen highlights the lowlights of Gov. Walker's deceit, cronyism, corruption and incompetence

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