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April 15
· WisDems: 3 questions for Sen. Johnson at tomorrow’s opioid field hearing
April 18
· Alderwoman Coggs: Diverse coalition voices support for Alderman Hamilton as Council President
· Chisholm campaign: Announces re-election bid
· County Executive Abele: Officially welcomes new board members
· Democratic Party of Wisconsin: With low approval ratings in Wisconsin, Senator Johnson turns to billionaires to fund his campaign
· Dept. of Justice: AG Schimel appeals right-to-work decision
· DOR: Income tax returns due today by midnight
· Feingold Campaign: Roundtable in Kewaunee, discusses water contamination
· Gov. Scott Walker: Announces administration staff changes
· Gov. Scott Walker: Travels throughout Wisconsin to highlight $4.7 billion in tax relief
· Jimmy Anderson campaign: Announces his campaign for Wisconsin’s 47th Assembly District
· Lasee Campaign: Leads race in onliy public poll, shows strong first quarter fundraising
· Milwaukee County Supervisor Taylor: Re-elected 2nd Vice Chairman
· Milwaukee County Transit System: Celebrates Earth Day all week with special Facebook messages
· Nehlen campaign: Michelle Malkin endorses Paul Ryan’s challenger, will host May fundraiser in Kenosha
· Nehlen Campaign: Open borders champion Paul Ryan paying lip-service on immigration
· One Wisconsin Now: As tax filing deadline looms, Gov. Walker and GOP Legislature miss another chance to help Wisconsin student loan borrowers
· Rep. Brandtjen: “Help Cure Childhood Cancer” license plate is moving forward
· Rep. Sargent campaign: First state campaign to qualify for fall ballot
· Spreitzer Campaign: Announces reelection campaign
· State Senate Democratic Committee: Dan Kapanke record: Historic school cuts, anti-worker agenda and attacks on women’s healthcare
· Supervisor Lipscomb, Sr. re-elected Chairman of the County Board
· U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan: On United States v. Texas oral arguments
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Encourages states to expand Medicaid with new legislation
· U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin: Stands up for workers and retirees, demands Treasury Department reject deep pension cuts
· Wisconsin AFL-CIO: Keep our railways safe with two-person crew minimum
· Wisconsin DOJ: U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments on President Obama's executive action in United States v. Texas
· Wisconsin Economic Development Corp.: YPWeek aims to attract, retain young professionals
· WisGOP: Releases selected district delegates and alternates
April 19
· AG Schimel: AG Schimel, Gov. Walker tout laws protecting children
· Ald. Chantia Lewis: Backs Ashanti Hamilton for Common Council president
· Becker Campaign: Announcement of candidacy for 28th State Senate District
· Common Cause in Wisconsin: Walker and DOT never even considered establishing mobile van program to bring required photo ID to eligible voters in underserved communities
· Dept. of Administration: Laurel Patrick appointed communications director of the Dept. of Administration
· Dept. of Public Instruction: School libraries to share $37.7 million from Common School Fund
· Dept. of Workforce Development: WARN notice for Unified Solutions, Inc.
· Disability Rights Wisconsin: Celebrates new law protecting children with disabilities
· Elliot Campaign: Former Oshkosh Mayor Esslinger endorses Elliot
· Feingold Campaign: Launches new TV ad, "Better Way"
· Gov. Walker: Signs legislation to protect wisconsin’s children against internet crimes
· Gov. Walker: Signs legislation protecting Wisconsin's children
· Gov. Walker: Signs legislation protecting Wisconsin's children at the Marathon County Sheriff's Department
· Gov. Walker: Signs legislation to combat child sex trafficking
· Harris Campaign: Protecting services for Wisconsin's veterans
· Horlacher Campaign: Announces candidacy for re-election to 33rd Assembly District
· Johnson Campaign: Launches digital campaign on Senator Feingold's record of picking higher taxes over Wisconsin jobs
· Liebert campaign: Announces campaign office opening
· Milwaukee Common Council: Elects Ashanti Hamilton as president
· Rep. Barca: Statement on ending of Lincoln Hills John Doe probe
· Rep. Heaton: Heaton bill to combat child abuse becomes law
· Rep. Shankland: Calls for UWSP informational hearing on state budget cuts
· Republican Party of Milwaukee County: South Branch Chairman Vincent Synowicz resigns
· Sen. Cowles: Justice for Children bills signed into law
· Sen. Wanggaard: "Alicia's Law" targets child sex predators
· U.S. Attorney's Office, Eastern District of Wisconsin: Loan officer and De Pere couple indicted in federal court for conspiracy to commit bank fraud
· U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner: Will receive prestigious award from American Bar Association
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Announces staff mobile office hours
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Comments on passage of FAA reauthorization act
· U.S. Sen. Jonhson: Statement on Senate confirmation of Michael Missal
· Wisconsin AFL-CIO: Statement on AG Schimel appeal of Right to Work ruling


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