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January 22
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Wisconsin gas stations targeted in phone scam
· Forest County Potawatomi Community: Potawatomi file lawsuit challenging disapproval of compact amendment
· Gov. Walker: Announces workforce readiness plan
· Gov. Walker: Weekly radio address: Workforce readiness
· Menominee Tribe: Announces bond to ensure taxpayers are protected from making payments to Forest County Potawatomi Community
· Menominee Tribe: Statement on the lawsuit filed by the Forest County Potawatomi community against the Bureau of Indian Affairs
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Jursik: Announces new bus routes at Southridge
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Romo: Urges support for "Safe Ride" program
· Rep. Barca: Restoring economic opportunity top Democratic priority, political gain top Republican priority
· Rep. Edming: Favors constitutional amendment on election of chief justice
· Rep. Heaton: Approves constitutional amendment
· Rep. Hesselbein: Legislature is off to a bad start
· Rep. Horlacher: Constitutional amendment to elect Supreme Court chief justice approved
· Rep. Jorgensen: First session day a missed opportunity to help middle class Wisconsin families
· Rep. Katsma: Votes to approve constitutional amendment on election of chief justice
· Rep. Kitchens: Approves constitutional amendment on election of chief justice
· Rep. Kremer: Approves constitutional amendment to select chief justice
· Rep. Macco: Statement on the passing of state Sen. Jerome Van Sistine
· Rep. Murphy: Supports constitutional amendment to elect chief justice
· Rep. Novak: Applauds constitutional amendment on election of chief justice
· Rep. Pope: Response to Governor Walkerís budget provisions regarding teacher licensure
· Rep. Rob Brooks: Approves constitutional amendment of chief justice
· Rep. Rohrkaste: Approves constitutional amendment on election of chief justice
· Rep. Sargent: Upskirting bill passes Assembly
· Rep. Spiros: Recognized in governorís budget workforce readiness plan to include college credits for veterans service
· Rep. VanderMeer: Supports letting the people decide
· Rep. Vos: Assembly approves resolution on election of chief justice
· Rep. Wachs: Democratic weekly radio address
· Rep. Wachs: Statement on passage of sjr2
· Rep. Weatherston: Applauds Gov. Walkerís funding of the Transitional Jobs Program
· Resnick Campaign: Endorsed by Madison School Board member Michael Flores
· Sen. Cowles, Rep. Kerkman: Joint Audit Committee passes LAB authority bills
· Sen. Darling, Rep. Nygren: Statement on Walker proposals remove barriers to family supporting jobs
· Sen. Johnson: Outlines committee structure, announces subcommittee leadership
· Sen. Tiffany: Legislature approves resolution on election of chief justice
· Stroebel Campaign: Statement on GAB and election reform
· Stroebel Campaign: Stroebel sets himself apart as strong supporter of school choice at 20th SD forum
· U.S. Attorney Santelle: Green Bay man indicted on sexual exploitation of a child and pornography charges
· U.S. Dept. of Agriculture: December milk production
· U.S. Rep. Kind, U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Continue to push DOT and PHMSA on missed railcar safety deadline
· U.S. Rep. Moore: Offers motion to recommit to protect against radical attacks to reproductive health
· U.S. Rep. Pocan: To introduce right to vote constitutional amendment
· U.S. Reps. Kind, Walz: Call for hearings on VA pain-management practices
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Calls for Senate hearing on VAís improper prescribing practices
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Re-introduces legislation to protect access to reproductive care
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Holds first Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee business meeting
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Urges Obama to name an inspector general for VA
· UW Health: UW Study finds fluorescent dyes light up brain cancer during surgery
· UW-Madison COWS: Wisconsinís economy remains a manufacturing leader
· UW-Madison: Rare neurological disease shines light on health of essential nerve cells
· UW-Madison: To participate in national sexual assault climate survey
· UW-Stout: County Board supports proposal for additional engineering programs
· WEDC: State grant to help fund new wellness commons in Milwaukee
· Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C.: Names Joshua Levy construction services team co-leader
· Wisconsin Education Association Council: Statement on governorís Workforce Readiness Plan
· Wisconsin Supreme Court: January 22 opinions and mandates
· Young, Gifted and Black Coalition: Self-determined community control
January 23
· Bugenhagen campaign: Campaign kickoff
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Stateís graduation rate among tops in the nation
· Economic Policy Institute: 'Right to work' is the wrong answer for Wisconsinís economy


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