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September 12
· U.S. Rep. Moore: Statement on 7th Circuit’s ruling on Wisconsin voter ID law
· U.S. Rep. Petri: Petri receives NEA Republican Educators caucus award
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Stands up for Wisconsin students, introduces new legislation to address access to affordable higher education
· UW Stout: Foundation awards more than $675,000 in scholarships
· UW-Madison: Blank GE Healthcare visit highlights partnerships in Milwaukee area
· UW-Madison: Project prepares natural history museum collection for 21st-century challenge of invasive species
· Walker Campaign: Governor Scott Walker visits Sussex IM to discuss Wisconsin’s improving business climate
· Wisconsin AFL-CIO: Statement by President Phil Neuenfeldt on voter ID ruling
· Wisconsin Industrial Energy Group: Names state Representative Scott Krug as trade association's "Legislator of the Year"
· WisDems: Statement from WisDems Chair Mike Tate on Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruling
· WisGOP: Statement on Susan Happ’s alarming conflict of interest and attempt to silence victim
· WTCS: Technical College System advances targeted biennial budget proposal
· WTCS: Technical College System Board highlights partnership with Crossing Rivers Health of Prairie du Chien
September 14
· Walker Campaign: Continuing Wisconsin’s comeback
September 15
· Americans for Prosperity: All should pay for their fair share of the electric grid
· Broitzman Campaign: Why is Jerry Broitzman running for secretary of state?
· Brostoff Campaign: Brostoff denounces appeals court’s voter ID ruling
· Burke Campaign: Invest for success: The Mary Burke jobs plan
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Buroker takes national award for work at DATCP
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Petition period opens for 2015 Ag Enterprise Areas
· Gov. Walker: Governor Scott Walker tours new UW-Milwaukee freshwater sciences school
· Harris Campaign: Glenn Grothman dodges Mark Harris’ debate challenge at Fond du Lac Rotary debate
· Laning Campaign: Healthy Sheboygan County candidate forum shows Laning’s commitment to the district
· Marquette University: Marquette education professor Dr. Howard Fuller goes “On the Issues” to discuss new memoir
· One Wisconsin Now: While 150,000 seniors see Social Security garnished by student loan debt, walker refuses common sense reforms
· Rep. Loudenbeck: Joins Family Impact Seminar Advisory Committee
· Rep. Shankland: Statement on voter ID ruling
· Schimel Campaign: Farrow: Happ/Lautenschlager owe victim an apology
· Schimel Campaign: Schimel proposes major reform of oversight, support for county DAs, assistants
· Sen. Harris Dodd: Statement on voter ID
· Sen. Vukmir: Statement on voter ID ruling
· U.S. Rep. Moore: Statement on Governor Walker's push to drug test recipients of public benefits
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Announces staff mobile office hours
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Comments on nomination to 69th U.N. General Assembly
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Honors Hispanic Heritage Month
· United Wisconsin: Statement on voter ID ruling
· UW-Marathon County: Holly Hassel earns UW Colleges research award
· UW-Milwaukee: Dean Magda Peck receives national award in public health
· UW-Stout: ROTC cadet shadows lieutenant at military base in Alaska
· Walker Campaign: Continuing Wisconsin’s comeback: learn more to earn more
· Walker Campaign: Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery
· Wisconsin Bankers Association: Statement from President/CEO Rose Oswald Poels on Governor Scott Walker’s “Continuing Wisconsin’s Comeback” plan
· Wisconsin Hospital Association: Wisconsin hospitals invested $176 million to train health professionals
· Wisconsin Independent Businesses: Statement regarding Governor Scott Walker’s "Continuing Wisconsin's Comeback" plan
· Wisconsin Realtors Association: Realtors enthusiastically support Governor Walker's pledge to further reduce property taxes
· WisGOP: Governor Walker unveils jobs plan to continue the Wisconsin comeback
· WisGOP: Politician Susan Happ protects criminals, not victims
· WMC: Statement on Governor Walker’s jobs plan
September 16
· Greater Madison Convention and Visitors Bureau: Proud of Madison's top ranking
· AG Van Hollen: Iowa County man convicted of strangulation and causing great bodily harm
· Board of Commissioners of Public Lands: Community projects receive $1.4 million
· Burke Campaign: "Stop digging"
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Most schools and school districts meet or exceed expectations on annual report cards
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Secretary Newson welcomes job seekers, employers to Central Wisconsin Career Expo
· Gov. Walker: Attends Schreiber Foods ribbon cutting
· Harris Campaign: Grothman’s “beck and call” debate comment insults voters
· Kurtz Campaign: Ron Kind stands with the EPA, not farmers
· Milwaukee Ald. Donovan: Facebook can’t solve our infant mortality problem
· Milwaukee Ald. Murphy: Hamilton family and community deserve answers soon
· Milwaukee Co. Sheriff Clarke: Recent budget move by County Executive Abele causes sheriff to express concern of retribution in 2015 budget


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