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November 18
· Milwaukee Co. Exec. Abele: Proposes budget compromise that will add transit and deputies, match employee health care contributions and lower taxes $2.2 million
· One Wisconsin Now: Under Gov. Walker those who give, get: Hill Farms edition
· Public Parks Alliance: What the proposed sale of O’Donnell Park will mean for the public
· Rep. Hesselbein: Commends businesses for dementia-friendly training
· School Administrators Alliance: To present new vision for Wisconsin educational policy
· Transportation Investment Coalition: Statement on the Department of Transportation’s proposed funding plan
· U.S. Rep. Duffy: House approves transfer of responsibility for Ashland breakwater light
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: Paul Ryan to chair Ways and Means Committee
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Bipartisan group of women senators call on federal health leaders to prioritize combating women’s heart disease
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Leads bipartisan support for rural hospitals
· UW-Madison: Names founding chair of neuroscience department
· UW-Stout: Student uncovers history in architectural details of her college town
· Wisconsin Asphalt Pavement Association: Statement on WisDOT’s 2015-17 budget request
· Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities: Representatives Vos and Craig celebrate disability employment awareness at Waterford Senior Living
· Wisconsin Dental Association: WDA recognizes 19 for contributions to dentistry, public oral health
· Wisconsin Economic Development Corp.: State companies invited to trade venture to Canada
· Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association: COO receives 2014 Henry Fiumelli Patient Advocate Award
· Wisconsin Transportation Builders Association: Bold state transportation budget request addresses critical Wisconsin infrastructure needs, jobs and safety
· Wisconsin Urban and Rural Transit Association: Statement on 2015-2017 WDOT budget
November 19
· Associated Builders and Contractors Inc.: New board members elected for ABC of Wisconsin
· Bugenhagen Campaign: Judicial candidacy press release
· Clean Wisconsin: New report shows EPA clean power plan achievable in Wisconsin
· Dairy Business Association: Praises Department of Transportation’s budget request
· Dane Co. Exec. Parisi: Signs county's 2015 budget
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Call from "Steve Martin" not funny -- hang up on government imposter scam
· Dept. of Children and Families: Governor’s Outstanding Adoptive Parent Awards presented
· Dept. of Financial Institutions: Consumers urged to use caution when making charitable donations
· Dept. of Transportation: Most road construction done in time for Thanksgiving travel
· Dept. of Workforce Development: DWD urges UI claimants to file using improved online system
· Gov. Walker: Proclaims Education Week
· Klaetsch Public Affairs Strategies: Wisconsin conservative leaders call for immigrant reform legislation
· Madison Ald. Resnick: Ald. Resnick’s statement on last night’s Common Council meeting
· Madison Mayor Soglin: Statement on the 2015 budget
· Milwaukee Ald. Donovan: Letter from Ald. Donovan to Rep. Kooyenga
· Milwaukee Ald. Donovan: Mayor’s doubling down on streetcar more about ego than good policy, leadership
· Milwaukee Co. Sheriff Clarke: Driver apprehended after fleeing crash scene
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Dimitrijevic: Milwaukee County adopts 2015 budget
· One Wisconsin Now: County Supervisor Deanna Alexander snags $7,000 in ‘anonymous’ donations to online solicitation to help with personal expenses
· One Wisconsin Now: Gov. Walker polling voters on presidential run
· Rep. Knudson: UW-Superior decision puts students, quality of education first
· Sand County Foundation, Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation: Herricks Dairy Farm named Wisconsin Leopold Conservation Award recipient
· School Administrators Alliance: Presents vision for Wisconsin educational policy
· School Choice Wisconsin: Statement: Lawsuit on open enrollment discrimination
· Sen. Jauch, Reps. Milroy, Bewley: Lawmakers call for state partnership in helping UW-Superior with tough budget decisions
· U.S. Dept. of Justice: Western District of Wisconsin U.S. Attorney's Office collects more than $3.6 million for U.S. taxpayers
· U.S. Rep. Duffy: GOP policies keep focus on next generation
· U.S. Rep. Pocan: Pocan elected Progressive Caucus 1st Vice Chair
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Johnson responds to president's announcement of immigration executive action
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Johnson supports Keystone XL Pipeline, Democrats block
· UW System: Statement from UW System President Ray Cross
· UW System: UW-Milwaukee chancellor finalists named
· UW-Stout: University sets enrollment record with 9,371 students
· WASB: SAA’s Pathway to Success report focuses discussion on student achievement
· Wisconsin Bankers Association: WBA statement on U.S. Rep. Ryan's election to Chair of House Ways and Means Committee
· Wisconsin Federation for Children: Applauds suit to end public school discrimination against children with disabilities
· Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty: WILL files suit to end public discrimination by public schools against children with disabilities
· Wisconsin Right to Life: Chelsea Shields named legislative/PAC director
· WisDems: No surprise: Scott Walker tries to distance himself from his nearly $1 billion tax hike
November 20
· AG Van Hollen: Announces complaint Against Kaleb Paulos, operator of instant tax services
· AG Van Hollen: Announces video recordings of this year's Department of Justice webinars on the public records and open meetings laws now accessible online

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