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April 9
· Wisconsin Medical Society: Lauds Governor, Legislature for adopting bills to benefit health and health care
· Wisconsin Medical Society: Rep. John Nygren recognized as Legislator of the Year
· WPRI: Calls for accountability in state special education programs
· WPS Health Insurance: Brett Davis joins WPS Health Insurance
April 10
· Board of Commissioners of Public Lands: Public school libraries to share $30.2 million
· Adams Campaign: Releases ad “Potholes not Partisanship”
· AG Van Hollen: April marks Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month
· AG Van Hollen: Van Hollen and the Wisconsin Crime Victims Council honor "Champions of Victims' Rights" during ceremony at Capitol
· Choice Schools Association: Statement regarding the 2013 Wisconsin knowledge And Concepts Examination results
· Commissioner of Railroads Plale: Statement regarding photos on railroad tracks
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Deadly bat disease detected in single Wisconsin site
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Evers names eight Business Friends of Education
· Dept. of Public Instruction: School libraries to receive $30.2 million from Common School Fund
· Dept. of Transportation: Public involvement meeting set to address future of US 14, Dane and Rock Counties
· Dept. of Transportation: State Patrol to honor its law enforcement dispatchers during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, April 13 to 19
· Family Business Award: Wisconsin Family Business of the Year Award nominees announced
· Feldt Campaign: Moves forward with positive, conservative message
· Gov. Walker: Announces an additional $500,000 for the Keep Wisconsin Warm Fund
· Gov. Walker: Attends celebration for Medical College of Wisconsin expansion
· Gov. Walker: Weekly radio address: “Investing in Wisconsin’s communities -- combating heroin addiction”
· Ho-Chunk Nation: Donates to Tomah Fire Department
· Local Initiatives Support Corporation: Winners of Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation announced
· Madison Mayor Soglin: To present at Big Ideas for Cities conference
· Milwaukee Co. Supv. Stamper: Says potholes must be a priority
· Milwaukee Co. Supv. Weishan: Praises judiciary committee for approval of arena referendum
· Sen. Carpenter: Holds “Senior Resources Town Hall”
· Sen. Farrow: Applauds 2014 Governor's Trailblazer Award recipients of Waukesha County
· Sen. Gudex: Reacts to Oshkosh Corp's layoff announcement
· Sen. Larson: This session, we should have done more
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Statement following vote against Republican budget
· U.S. Rep. Moore: Leads floor debate, supports Congressional Black Caucus alternative budget
· U.S. Rep. Moore: Supports American growth, votes against Republican budget
· U.S. Rep. Petri: A vision for reforming student loans
· U.S. Rep. Petri: Praises Senate bill to protect taxpayers victimized by ID theft
· U.S. Rep. Petri: Votes to balance federal budget
· U.S. Rep. Pocan: Introduces legislation to help address long-term health care costs
· U.S. Rep. Pocan: Statement on passage of Republican budget
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: A budget that trusts the American people
· U.S. Sens. Johnson, Warner: Introduce Social Security data integrity bill
· United Wisconsin: Statement on newly released video of Senator Mike Ellis describing illegal fundraising scheme
· UW-Madison: Mangelsdorf named UW-Madison provost
· UW-Madison: Single mothers don’t delay marriage just to boost tax credit, study says
· UW-Stout: Outreach projects by class aim to educate about sexual assault
· UW-Whitewater: Announces Founders Day awards
· Van Doren Campaign: Hires full-time campaign manager
· Van Doren Campaign: Welcomes newcomer to congressional race
· Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation: Grant aims to boost downtown Green Lake
· Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation: Recognized for excellence in financial reporting
· Wisconsin Medical Society Foundation: Jake Behrens, MD, receives Young Physician Leadership Award
· Wisconsin Medical Society Foundation: Medical College of Wisconsin student honored with Houghton Award
· Wisconsin Medical Society Foundation: Presidential Scholar Award presented to Lynn Stiff
· Wisconsin Medical Society Foundation: UW School of Medicine and Public Health student honored with Houghton Award
· Wisconsin Medical Society: Physicians, medical students elected to Society leadership positions
· Wisconsin Safety Council: Alliant Energy wins 2013 Corporate Safety Award
· Wisconsin Safety Council: CEO and owner of Kwik Trip, Inc. inducted into Wisconsin Safety Hall of Fame
· Wisconsin Safety Council: Flint Hills Resources-Terminal Operations wins 2013 Corporate Safety Award
· Wisconsin Safety Council: GE Healthcare-Madison wins 2013 Corporate Safety Award
· Wisconsin Safety Council: Two individuals receive Safety Lifetime Achievement Award
· Wisconsin Safety Council: Wisconsin companies, individuals honored for safety
· WisDems: Paul Ryan's anti-working families budget


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