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August 19
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Announces staff mobile office hours
· UW System: Honors Dr. P.B. Poorman Award recipients for Outstanding Achievement on Behalf of LGBTQ People
· UW System: Honors Outstanding Women of Color in Education Award recipients
· UW-Madison: Organic ag field day to focus on alternative reduced-till approach
· UW-Madison: Reach program to make large lecture courses more interactive
· UW-Madison: Trial of prostate cancer vaccine begins at UW Carbone Cancer Center
· UW-Madison: Video shows students getting ready to learn through well-being exercises
· Voces de la Frontera: Desperate in Iowa, Gov. Walker embraces anti-immigrant racism
· Walker Campaign: Announces New Hampshire campaign co-chairs
· Walker Campaign: Plan to repeal and replace ObamaCare earns rave reviews
· Walker Campaign: Statement on new Iran deal revelations
· WEDC: Awards administration committee advances seven projects
August 20
· Citizen Action of Wisconsin: Walker's health plan would make Wisconsin one of most expensive states, Minnesota lowest
· Gov. Walker: Announces administrative staff promotions
· Gov. Walker: Walker, DWD Secretary Newson announce $2.2 million in Youth Apprenticeship grant awards
· Gov. Walker: Weekly radio address: "Building Wisconsin's workforce"
· Government Accountability Board: Statement regarding positive LAB audit
· Johnson Campaign: Senator Feingold continues to turn his back on promises to Wisconsin
· Marquette Law School: Poll finds Walker, Clinton leading primary fields among Wisconsin voters
· One Wisconsin Now: Gov. Scott Walker's education speech debacle
· Rep. Barca: Audit: GAB doing its job as a non-partisan government watchdog
· Rep. Craig: Legislation reforming John Doe law passes Assembly Committee, head to Assembly floor
· Rep. Wachs: Democratic weekly radio address: "Stop Corruption - Save John Doe"
· State Senate Democratic Committee: Tom Tiffany fails to explain his attacks on local control
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: To tour riverfront and Turtle Stack Brewery
· Walker Campaign: Gov. Scott Walker regarding the anniversary of Presidet Obama's "red line" comments
· Walker Campaign: Gov. Walker talks Wisconsin reform at New Hampshire education summit
· Walker Campaign: New Gov. Walker web video: repeal & replace
· Westlake Campaign: Endorsed by Pro-Life Wisconsin
· Wisconsin Right to Life: Wisconsinites support the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act
August 21
· America Rising PAC: What won’t Russ Feingold do to win?
· American Federation for Children: Innovation, parental choice and empowerment dominate New Hampshire ED summit
· AmericanBridge: Gov. Waffler goes silent on opposition to 14th Amendment-guaranteed citizenship
· Clark Co. Republican Party: Holds annual picnic
· Clinton Campaign: New Hillary for America video highlights GOP’s health care plan: taking coverage away from millions of Americans
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Growers elect members for Cranberry Board
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Warns small businesses to watch for fake utility account calls
· Dept. of Natural Resources: DNR firefighting teams providing support in western states
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Play a key role in conservation – submit your feedback regarding draft Fish, Wildlife and Habitat Management and Wildlife Action plans before Aug. 30
· Dept. of Transportation: Statewide crackdown on drunken driving begins Friday
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Lt. Governor, DWD Deputy Secretary congratulate Project SEARCH graduates
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Wisconsin adds 8,200 private-sector jobs in July
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Wisconsin adds almost 40,000 private-sector jobs during year ending in March 2015
· Government Accountability Board: Releases lobbying report for first six months of 2015
· Love to Ride Madison: Madison businesses competing to get more people riding bikes
· Menominee Tribe: Certified results of advisory referendum
· Milwaukee County Transit System: Contract talks continue with Amalgamated Transit Union Local 998
· Milwaukee Public Schools: Earns $35.6 million in competitive grants to support students, highest total in 3 years
· Missionaries to the Preborn: Milwaukee to participate in nationwide protest
· National Republican Senatorial Committee: Senator Feingold ordered the DSCC to “get the hell out of my state”
· One Wisconsin Now: Ten things that do not intimidate ‘unintimidated’ Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker
· Rep. Rohrkaste: Announces in-district town halls
· Rep. Shankland: To host office hours on Tuesday, August 25
· Sen. Carpenter: Bill to protect domestic abuse victims closer to becoming law
· Sen. Gudex: Receives economic development award
· SOS Wauwatosa: Statement on Marquette poll
· U.S. Attorney Vaudreuil: Armed robber sentenced to 24 years
· U.S. Attorney Vaudreuil: Eau Claire residents sentenced for methamphetamine dealing
· U.S. Attorney Vaudreuil: Warrens man sentenced to 42 months for illegally possessing ammunition
· U.S. Rep. Grothman: Accepting applications for fall internships


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