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September 22
· UW-Madison: Actions on climate change bring better health, study says
· UW-Madison: Begins issuing voter ID to students
· UW-Milwaukee: Research shows electronic record keeping may deter patients from sharing information
· UW-Stout: Alumnus' artwork added to museum's collection
· Walker Campaign: Releases new web video: “Honoring Our Veterans”
· Wisconsin Association of Health Plans: Elect association leadership for 2014 - 2015, celebrate 30-year anniversary of association
· Wisconsin Federation of College Republicans: Are students being held to a higher standard than a candidate for governor?
· Wisconsin Lottery: $42,000 Badger 5 ticket sold in Sawyer County
· Wisconsin State AFL-CIO: Wisconsin is Ready convention convenes in La Crosse
· Wisconsin Supreme Court: Calendar and case synposes, October 2014
September 23
· AG Van Hollen: Announces "The Fly Effect" heroin prevention campaign coming to the Packers Radio Network
· AG Van Hollen: Reminder to register for 2014 public records and open meetings laws seminars
· Broitzman Campaign: Town of Douglas supervisor endorses Jerry Broitzman for secretary of state
· Burke Campaign: "4,300"
· Common Cause in Wisconsin: What you need to know about the reinstated Wisconsin voter photo ID law so you can vote
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Blueprint for prosperity: In Sturgeon Bay, DWD deputy secretary highlights innovative school-to-work home construction program
· Duffy Campaign: Wisconsin wants to work
· Duncan Campaign: Rep. Krug backs out of commitment to meet with voters at “living better” forum
· Gov. Walker: Issues proclamation kicking off year-long celebration of PGA Championship’s return to Wisconsin
· Gov. Walker: Seeks applicants for judicial vacancy
· Milwaukee Ald. Bauman: Council approves scrutiny of We Energies’ acquisition, weighs in on deregulation
· Milwaukee Co. Supv. Dimitrijevic: Milwaukee County Board to hold budget hearing Nov. 3 at the Milwaukee Art Museum
· Milwaukee Public Television: Local community affairs program gets a ‘re-boot’ for its 13th season
· National Foundation for Women Legislators: Representative Bernier appointed to leadership position
· Professional Firefighters of Wisconsin: Endorse Susan Happ for AG
· Railroad Commissioner Plale: Statement on the passing of Sen. Don Stitt
· Rep. Kleefisch: Adoption Committee close to legislation
· Schimel Campaign: Schimel's plan to combat violence against women includes focus on college campuses, domestic violence
· School Choice Wisconsin: Safety report highlights amount of police calls in Milwaukee
· Sen. Darling, Rep. Sanfelippo: Legislation will stop MPS taxpayer-funded crooked deals
· United Wisconsin: Promotes interactive “Got ID, Wisconsin?” voter ID tool on National Voter Registration Day
· UW-Extension: University of Wisconsin Health and Wellness Management Program to offer free online course in workplace wellness evaluation starting in October
· UW-Madison: Wisconsin residents well-represented in freshman class
· UW-Milwaukee: Deaf Awareness Week celebrates a community's pride
· UW-Stout: Too many hits may affect brain function in football players, study shows
· UW-Stout: Veteran happy he chose UW-Stout, a Military Friendly school
· Vote (Mostly) Online: Adapts to Wisconsin voter ID law
· Walker Campaign: Continuing Wisconsin’s comeback: Restoring Wisconsin’s G.I. Bill
· Westlund Campaign: Russ Feingold’s Progressives United endorses Democratic congressional candidate Kelly Westlund
· Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority: Announces new director of single family housing
· WisDems: Scott Walker has more important things to do than create jobs in Wisconsin
· WisDems: Wisconsin leads the nation in education cuts per-pupil
· WisGOP: Unveils radio ad calling on Mary Burke to take responsibility for plagiarism
September 24
· Burke Campaign: Tickets for grassroots event for Mary Burke with First Lady Michelle Obama available today
· CERS: Roth momentum builds with launch of new TV ad
· CERS: Statement from Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald and Assembly Speaker Robin Vos
· Common Cause in Wisconsin: Reform groups call on Attorney General Van Hollen to investigate "Wisconsin Poll Watchers Militia"
· Dept. of Financial Institutions: State regulators, Federal Reserve release 2014 community banking report
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Improved DNR surface water grant application process offers streamlined way to seek project funding
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Public gets chance to comment on Marinette piston manufacturer's application to Green Tier
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Local employment and unemployment estimates released
· Grothman Campaign: Grothman recognized for "Building Wisconsin"
· Happ Campaign: Schimel ducks statewide debate with WI Broadcasters Association
· Happ Campaign: Three attorney general debates set; one more in the works
· Kurtz Campaign: Kurtz Campaign happy to announce La Crosse Debate
· League of Women Voters of Wisconsin: Investigate "Wisconsin Poll Watchers Militia”
· Media Trackers: Happ let sex assaulter off easy, perp assaulted other minors
· Milwaukee Ald. Bauman: Housing stock, affordable housing get boost from Common Council
· Milwaukee Co. Supv. Broderick: Proposed sales tax should be used for parks and transit
· Milwaukee Mayor Barrett: 2015 executive budget address


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