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July 22
· WisGOP: Files complaint against Trek Bicycle for using corporate dollars in defense of Burke Campaign
July 23
· ABC for Health: ACA subsidy debate: new watchdog episode
· Adamczyk Campaign: Adamczyk discovers DPI employee goes to Disney World with family
· AG Van Hollen: Columbia County defendant bound over for trial on felony drug and theft charges
· AG Van Hollen: Former Lake Geneva Utility Commission employee charged with theft appears in court
· Bewley Campaign: Clean Wisconsin Action Fund endorses Janet Bewley for State Senate
· Burke Campaign: Statement on latest Marquette Law School Poll
· Burke Campaign: Walker attack on Trek backfires
· Dairy Cares: Raises $126,000 for Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Sheboygan alligator transported to new home in Illinois
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Warden safety team in Jackson County this weekend
· Dept. of Transportation: DMV expands hours of operation for haulers of oversize/overweight loads effective August 1
· Dept. of Transportation: The spotlight shines on Wisconsinís aviation industry next week
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Deputy Secretary Barry congratulates graduates of Wisconsin Fast Forward supported workforce training program
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Lt. Governor Kleefisch announces $1.5 million grant to train almost 200 workers at Western Technical College
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Lt. Governor Kleefisch announces $1.7 million grant to train over 165 workers at Waukesha County Technical College
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Lt. Governor Kleefisch announces $1.9 million grant to train over 300 workers at Nicolet Area Technical College
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Lt. Governor Kleefisch announces $1.9 million grant to train over 750 workers at Gateway Technical College
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Wisconsin local employment & unemployment estimates released
· Dimitrijevic Campaign: State Representative JoCasta Zamarripa endorses Dimitrijevic for the State Assembly
· Gov. Walker: Requests FEMA disaster declaration
· Grothman Campaign: Joe Leibham to fundraise with Democrats, DC insiders today
· Grothman Campaign: Launches TV and radio ads
· Kenosha Co. Exec. Kreuser: Your Views: As lawmaker, Mike Sheridan made poor decisions
· League of United Latin American Citizens: Midwest VP to speak on child refugee crisis at Latino Carnaval event
· Leibham Campaign: Statement on Governor Walkerís request for FEMA disaster declaration
· Marquette Law School: New poll finds Walker, Burke tied in Wisconsin governorís race
· Milwaukee Alds. Hamilton, Kovac and Coggs: Council approves minimum hourly wage ordinance
· Museum of Wisconsin Art: Announces launch of artist-in-residence program in Luxembourg in partnership with Ansay Development Corporation
· One Wisconsin Now: Student loan debt reform boosts Burke to commanding lead among younger voters
· Planned Parenthood: Walker administration unilaterally ends enforcement of Wisconsin birth control law
· Racine Police Department: Children attend 20th annual Cops Ní Kids Fishing Trip
· Racine Tea Party: Wanggaard is strong in 21st Senate District grassroots poll
· Rep. Bies: Special study committee to review problem-solving courts meets in Madison
· Rep. Taylor: Governor Walker blocks Wisconsinís birth control insurance requirement
· Rep. Zamarripa: Questions why taxpayers are bankrolling the outsourcing of jobs under Gov. Walker
· Ringhand Campaign: Ringhand dominates recent fundraising report
· Rohrkaste Campaign: Wisconsin Family Action PAC endorses Rohrkaste
· Schimel Campaign: Schimel reports $400,000 cash on hand
· Schimel Campaign: Schimel slams opponents for wanting to partner with EPA on job-killing regs
· School Supplies for Kids: Local grassroots charity celebrates 21 years of helping area school children
· Sen. Larson: Statement on Walker administration decision to limit access to birth control
· Stroebel Campaign: Stroebel releases new radio ad, "Job Creator"
· Stuck Campaign: Citizen Action of Wisconsin endorses Stuck in AD 57 race
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Renews call for Governor Walker to create a state-run health care exchange
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Supports Bring Jobs Home Act to invest in American economic growth
· United Wisconsin: 2013-14 legislative scorecard documents Republican-led attacks on democracy in Wisconsin
· USDA: Awards grants to Native American communities to strengthen small businesses and create jobs
· UW-Madison: Grant generates increased access, network training to Dairyland initiative
· UW-Madison: Town meets gown to explore Wisconsin's Trempealeau Mounds
· Westlund Campaign: People for the American Way endorses democratic congressional candidate Kelly Westlund
· Wisconsin Education Association Council: Recommends former teacher John Lehman for Lieutenant Governor
· Wisconsin Family Action: Pro-family PAC issues another round of primary election endorsements
· Wisconsin Hospital Association: Study finds SE Wisconsin health systems successful in moderating health care costs
· Wisconsin Supreme Court: Mandates
· WisDems: Scott Walker takes in at least $68,500 from 11 corporations that outsourced jobs, administration continues to defend companies that outsource
· WisGOP: Launches new billboard on Mary Burke's clear record of outsourcing
July 24
· AFT-Wisconsin: Leaders urge legislators to protect WTCS local control
· AG Van Hollen: Files criminal complaints in joint federal-state mortgage rescue fraud sweep
· AG Van Hollen: Marathon County court sentences Jay Fischer to prison for mortgage and securities fraud

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