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May 12
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Introduces bill to protect grieving parents from job loss
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Statement on new FDA guidelines on gay men blood donation
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Supports legislation to help veterans through disability claims appeals process
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Announces staff mobile office hours
· U.S. Sens. Johnson, Feinstein: Bill would waive visa renewal fees for adoptions from DRC
· UW-Stout: Game design and development program ranked 17th nationally
· UW-Stout: Honors College celebrates successes of 35 graduates
· Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation: FNA Group relocating from Illinois to Wisconsin
· Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation: Three state companies receive 2015 Governorís Export Achievement Awards
· Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation: Joint Finance Committee takes action on ag items
· Wisconsin Farmers Union: Farmers Union calls for boost to education in biennial budget
· WPPA: Statement Re: Dane County District Attorney decision to exonerate Madison police officer Matt Kenny
· Young Gifted and Black: We demand justice for Tony Robinson
May 13
· Rep. Hutton: Hutton's tax-saving drug formulary bill advances to governorís desk
· AFL-CIO: Wisconsin CEOs paid 116 times more than average worker
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade & Consumer Protection: Gypsy moth aerial spraying update
· Land and Water Conservation Association: Appreciates the support of the Joint Committee on Finance to partially restore funding for land conservation offices
· Milwaukee Democratic Legislative Delegation: Opposes GOP takeover plan of Milwaukee Public Schools
· Rae Campaign: Sen. Larson endorses Jason Rae for DPW Chair
· Rep. Considine: Disappointed in FoodShare and drug testing bills
· Rep. Kitchens: Joint Finance Committee votes to adopt two of Rep. Kitchensí budget motions
· Rep. Kleefisch: Legislature honors Marshall girls basketball, sportsmen and women
· Rep. Knodl: Introduces legislation to fight criminal record extortion
· Rep. Krug: Continues to work for Central Wisconsin jobs and economic development
· Rep. Shankland: Letter: Long-term care in budget
· Rep. Zepnick: Proposes transportation funding for Wisconsin communities
· School Administrators Alliance: Wisconsin projected to drop below national average for school spending
· State Supt. Evers: Statement on Assembly passage of SB 67
· U.S. Rep. Duffy: Raises voice for voiceless
· U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner: Floor statement on the USA Freedom Act
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Holds 6th border hearing
· U.S. Sens. Johnson, Warner and Ayotte: Introduce bill to require IRS to notify victims of identity theft
· UW-Milwaukee: More than 3300 students to graduate May 17
· WI Department of Health Services, Prevent Suicide Wisconsin: New plan to prevent suicide in Wisconsin
· WILL: Releases video to supplement its recent report "Diminishing Returns"
· Wisconsin Long-term Care Coalition: Recent audit unveils pitfalls of privatizing services for the elderly and people with disabilities
May 14
· Americans for Prosperity Wisconsin: Sen. Feingoldís big-government policies bad for Wisconsin
· 1000 Friends of Wisconsin: What shape are your local roads in?
· AG Schimel: Releases Drug Take Back Day interactive map
· Ald. Donovan: Asks for answers about secret MPD email system
· Alliance for Regulatory Coordination: State Legislature designates May as Building Safety Month
· Alliance of Health Insurers: Statement from Executive Director R.J. Pirlot regarding the JFCís efforts to reshape Wisconsinís long term care program
· Americans for Prosperity Wisconsin: New research: $890 million is what schools could have saved with prevailing wage repeal
· Better Choices Coalition: Broad coalition endorses plan for better budget choices
· Club for Growth PAC: Russ Feingold is still bad for Wisconsin
· College Democrats of Wisconsin: Russ Feingold will be the advocate students deserve
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Schools named for 2015-16 statewide choice program
· Dept. of Revenue: Department's new online tool helps you find property value appeal sessions in your area easily and quickly
· Dept. of Revenue: New online tool helps you find property value appeal sessions in your area easily and quickly
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Secretary announces up to $8 million in Wisconsin Fast Forward grants available to employers for customized worker training
· DFA: Endorses Senator Russ Feingold for U.S. Senate
· Dorow Campaign: Margaret Farrow endorses Brian Dorow for State Senate
· DSCC: Announces endorsement of Russ Feingold in Wisconsin Senate race
· Feingold Campaign: Russ Feingold announces campaign for U.S. Senate
· Feingold Campaign: Russ Feingold launches campaign for U.S. Senate
· Gov. Walker: Announces plans to secure fuel infrastructure
· Gov. Walker: Weekly radio address "Growing the economy with crowdfunding"
· Great Lakes Higher Education: Invested $7M in Wisconsin to promote college access and completion
· Johnson campaign: Statement on Russ Feingold
· Joint Finance Committee Adopts Rep. Rohrkaste Supported Budget Motion

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