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March 13
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: To host town hall meetings in Osseo and Wautoma
· UW-Stout: Announces finalists for provost position
· UW-Stout: Faculty receive awards
· Voces de la Frontera: ICE targets Wisconsin, immigrant families fight back
March 15
· Laning campaign: Announces bid for Democratic Party chair
March 16
· Center on Wisconsin Strategy: Minority working families in Wisconsin falling behind
· Common Cause Wisconsin: Legislation to gut John Doe investigation advances
· Democratic Joint Finance Committee members: Announce additional budget listening sessions
· Dept. of Justice: Former IRS special agent convicted of felony for submitting false reports in a criminal investigation
· Gov. Walker: Delivers remarks at Wisconsin Governorís Tourism Conference in La Crosse
· Joint Finance Committee Democratic members: Invitation to public state budget hearings
· League of Women Voters Wisconsin: Statement on proposed budget
· Maxwell Campaign: Sen. Darling supports Maxwell
· Milwaukee Public Schools: Superintendent Driver to meet with President Obama
· Olen campaign: Press release for alderman race
· Rep. Jarchow: Continues "working with you" days at Cardinal LG
· Rep. Katsma, Sen. LeMahieu: Protect Wisconsinís cemeteries
· Republican Party of Wisconsin 8th District: Results of caucus
· Sen. Harris Dodd: Hosted "Unite Milwaukee" anti-violence summit
· Sen. Ringhand: Petition to save senior care still pouring in
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Unveils healthy living plan
· UW Health: Leader in infectious disease passes away
· UW-Milwaukee: Ukrainian journalists to speak at UWM on war of words
· Wisconsin DNR: Burn permits suspended in 22 counties due to today's fire weather conditions
· Wisconsin Right to Life: Endorses Judge Daley for State Supreme Court
· Wisconsin Safety Council: Elects new advisory board
· Wisconsin Voices: Poll of Wisconsin voters says do not change watchdog agency
March 17
· 7th Congressional District Republicans: Hold caucus
· American Cancer Society Action Network: E-cigarette legislation removes local control and jeopardizes public's right to clean indoor air
· Board of Commission of Public Lands: $1.6 million in loans approved for community projects
· Citizen Action of Wisconsin: New Wisconsin poll shows public wants major changes to budget on health care
· Clean Wisconsin: Senate unanimously supports microbeads bill
· Common Cause in Wisconsin: National and state organizations urge Governor Walker to support keeping the GAB as is
· Daley campaign: Justice Bradley's embrace of "or" as a murder defense "indefensible"
· Democratic National Committee: Non-partisan analysis finds Walker's budget would raise taxes and fees by $48 million
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Pot of gold filled with empty promises
· Dept. of Revenue: Tax deadline one month away
· Dept. of Workforce Development: BLS data: Wisconsin's 12-month unemployment rate decline by a full point to 5.0% is considered 'significant' in January 2015 state-by-state report
· DSCC: Ron Johnson blames "job interviews and stuff" for inaction on whistleblower VA complaints
· Edgewood College: Announces new VP for Institutional Advancement
· End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin: Senate sends bill to curb interstate abuse to Governor's desk
· Findley Campaign: Announces candidacy for 1st Vice Chair of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin
· Harris campaign: Harris calls on Milwaukeeans to speak for MPS at budget hearing
· Laning campaign: Community leader Martha Laning announces bid for Democratic Party chair
· League of Women Voters of Wisconsin: Automatic voter registration in Oregon, defending the GAB in Wisconsin
· Liebert Campaign: Announces endorsement of Southern Wisconsin Building and Construction Trades Council
· Milwaukee Bar Association: Supreme Court candidates to meet in Milwaukee Bar Association forum
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Weddle: Applauds Parks Committee approval of chess initiative
· Milwaukee Public Schools: Dr. Driver statement regarding meeting with President Obama
· Office of the Commissioner of Insurance: Spring thaws can hide icy hazards
· Olen Campaign: Milwaukee, the arts, and taxes
· One Wisconsin Now: Will Senate GOP rubber stamp appointment of Gov. Walker political crony?
· Patterson-Ramos Campaign: Meet and greet
· Progressive Dane: City must act swiftly to address police killing
· Rep. Born: Lauds passage of Assembly Bill 82
· Rep. Considine: To hold district office hours
· Rep. Edming: Approves increased speed limit
· Rep. Farrow: State Senate passes bipartisan bills
· Rep. Jagler: Assembly passes AB 56
· Rep. Jorgensen: Honors K9 vets at Capitol


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