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August 20
· Lawrence University: Awarded $150,000 grant to expand student internship opportunities
· Milwaukee Ald. Zielinski: Body cameras should be included in city’s 2015 budget
· Milwaukee Co. Sheriff Clarke: Sheriff accepts ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
· Milwaukee Co. Sheriff Clarke: Wins appeal in case brought against him by former deputy
· Milwaukee Press Club: Launches new website
· Milwaukee Public Schools: MPS' average ACT score up slightly, mirroring statewide trend
· NAACP Milwaukee Branch: Comments of James H. Hall, Jr., supporting MICAH/WISDOM's 11x15 Initiative
· Rep. Hulsey: Governor Walker, what color is the sky in your alternate healthcare world?
· Schimel Campaign: Wisconsin troopers endorse Schimel
· Sen. Carpenter: Allow voters to select: 'none of the above'
· U.S Sen. Baldwin: Walker plan is not working for Wisconsin
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Ex-Im Bank chairman Hochberg and Rep. Ron Kind discuss economic growth and job creation with local employers
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Visits Sturgeon Bay, tours local businesses creating jobs with support from Export-Import Bank investments
· UW-Madison: University spinoff aims to hit the mark precisely with brain-scanning tool
· UW-Stout: Back to the classroom
· UW-Stout: Criminal justice majors help police build community connection
· Walker Campaign: How would Mary Burke make up $3 billion in savings generated from Act 10?
· Walker Campaign: Statement from Governor Scott Walker
· Wisconsin GrandSons of Liberty: Comprehensive Wisconsin high school textbook study results
· Wisconsin State AFL-CIO: Endorses Susan Happ for attorney general
· Wisconsin Supreme Court: Mandates
· WisDems: Walker's economic disaster corporation: dude, where's our money?
· WISDOM: Second letter to Secretary Wall
· WisGOP: Walker wins 31% of vote in Democratic straw poll
· Wittwer Campaign: Ernie Wittwer wins Democratic primary by 7 votes
August 21
· 9to5: National Day of Action on Women’s Equality Day 2014
· AG Van Hollen: Announces commitment of Jimmie Mable to treatment under Chapter 980
· AG Van Hollen: Attorney General Van Hollen and DFI Secretary Bildsten remind borrowers to file claims under Ocwen Mortgage Settlement
· AG Van Hollen: Steven T. Trautt bound over for trial in Eau Claire County under state's sexually violent person statute
· AG Van Hollen: The Wisconsin Crime Alert Network continues to help law enforcement solve crimes
· AG Van Hollen: The Wisconsin Crime Victims Council publishes resource for jurors
· American Cancer Society: New report: Wisconsin falling short on policies to prevent and fight cancer
· ASQ: Milwaukee to host National Quality Education Conference
· Associated Builders and Contractors of Wisconsin: Endorses gov, lt gov and AG ticket
· Children’s Trust Fund: The Children’s Trust Fund and the Office of Children’s Mental Health applaud the selection of Lana Nenide as director of the Wisconsin Alliance for Infant Mental Health
· CRG Network: Files petition for enforcement against Ozanne for violation of state campaign finance laws
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: New state law tackles confusing property deed sales mailings
· Gov. Walker: Announces state support for WholeTrees
· Gov. Walker: Delivers remarks at the annual Wisconsin Commercial Ports Meeting
· Gov. Walker: Year of a better bottom line: Governor Scott Walker joins employee at Drew's Piggly Wiggly
· Media Trackers: Susan Happ claimed habitual child molester not predator
· Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin: Statement from Menominee Tribal Chairwoman Laurie Boivin on the first anniversary of federal approval for the proposed Kenosha casino
· Milwaukee Ald. Coggs: From Ferguson to Milwaukee (and beyond): Broken hearts, broken trust, broken system
· Milwaukee Press Club: Milwaukee Press Club board issues statement about the death of James Foley
· One Wisconsin Now: Gov. Walker can’t dispute facts of One Wisconsin Now WEDC report
· Rep. Goyke: Pleased with progress of problem-solving courts study committee
· Rep. Krug: Disturbing news of high E. Coli levels leads to call for action
· Rep. Weatherston: Receives “Working for Wisconsin” award
· Rep. Wright: Statement on 2014 graduates, School Choice Wisconsin claim
· Sen. Shilling: Weekly Democratic radio address: "Pay more, get less"
· UW Colleges, UW-Extension: Support Talent Development Initiative
· UW System: President Cross’ vision and budget plan to focus on state’s economy
· UW-Madison: Chosen for federally funded cloud computing research
· UW-Stout: Chancellor Meyer supports Board of Regents state budget proposal
· UW-Stout: Three building renovation projects approved by Board of Regents
· Walker Campaign: Governor Scott Walker visits Lakeside Plastics, Inc. in Oshkosh
· Wisconsin Hospital Association: Wisconsin consumers can connect to health care price info at WiPricePoint.org
· Wisconsin Procurement Institute: Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs honors Wisconsin Procurement Institute
· Wisconsin Supreme Court: Mandate in OLR v. Dade
· WisDems: Walker’s economic disaster corporation: They broke the law and the law won


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