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April 15
· Rep. Allen: Supports two bipartisan proposals: New ridesharing standards and protecting Wisconsin waterways
· Rep. Ballweg: Assembly declares April as Donate Life Month
· Rep. Kerkman: 'Back the Badge' event set for Saturday
· Rep. Kitchens: Applauds removal of DNR board changes from state budget
· Rep. Macco: Works to rid Wisconsin of microbeads
· Rep. Novak: Appeals to preserve Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection and DNR boards
· Rep. Thiesfeldt: Disappointed in revised Senate Accountability Bill
· Sen. Darling, Rep. Nygren: Budget committee holds first executive session
· Sen. Harris Dodd, Reps. Goyke, Johnson, Young: Milwaukee legislators host April 18 budget listening session in 6th Senate District
· Sen. Larson, Rep. Barnes: Unveil community schools legislation
· Sen. Shilling: Rural broadband expansion plan rejected by GOP
· Sens. Hansen, Bewley: Request universities and technical colleges hearing on impact of budget changes to UW campuses and technical colleges
· Sens. Taylor, Erpenbach; Reps. Taylor, Hintz: 110-page error document from governor arrives as JFC prepares for executive session
· State Bar of Wisconsin: State Bar president urges Joint Finance to keep Judicial Council intact
· State Telecommunications Association, WEDC: New interactive map makes it easier to identify state’s gigabit business parks
· U.S. Rep. Kind: Introduces Crude-by-Rail Safety Act to increase railway safety and support first responders
· U.S. Rep. Moore: Pelosi taps Rep. Gwen Moore as conferee to FY 2016 budget conference
· U.S. Rep. Moore: Supports higher wages for America’s workforce
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Healthcare data provision included in Medicare payment modernization bill
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Statement on Children’s Health Insurance Program reauthorization
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Votes for investments in Wisconsin community health centers
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Johnson, committee hear from IRS Commissioner on Tax Day
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: To host Tax Day telephone town hall
· Wisconsin Emergency Management: Statewide tornado drill a 'go' for Thursday test tornado warning at 1:45 p.m.
· Wisconsin Hospital Association: Statement on passage of permanent “doctor fix”
· Wisconsin Long-term Care Coalition: Hundreds of Wisconsin organizations call on Joint Finance to remove long-term care changes from the state budget
· Wisconsin Medical Society: Praises Congress for passage of SGR repeal
· Wisconsin Supreme Court: Accepts five new cases
April 16
· Milwaukee Public Schools: Riverside robotics team heading to national championship after regional win
· U.S. Rep. Duffy: Votes for full death tax repeal
· Bipartisan Group of House Lawmakers Reintroduce The Innovation Protection Act
· College Democrats of Wisconsin: To hold statewide Day of Action to stop UW cuts
· Department of Workforce Development: Wisconsin unemployment rate declines to 4.6% in March
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Avian influenza detected in Juneau and Barron County poultry
· Dept. of Veterans Affairs: Announces Medicare certification for King home
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Workforce partners complete 2014 Manufacturing Month Report
· Gov. Walker: Touts Wisconsin to Spanish business leaders
· Gov. Walker: Weekly radio address "Building on record Wisconsin exports"
· Local Initiatives Support Corporation: Winners for Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation announced
· Madison Mayor Soglin: Statement regarding April 14 demonstration
· Marquette University: Law School Poll finds Walker job approval down
· Milwaukee Co. Exec. Abele: Milwaukee County to be recognized as Silver Award winner at upcoming Well City Milwaukee event
· National Association of State Utility Consumer Advocates: Wisconsin should continue to fund utility consumer advocate
· One Wisconsin Now: Gov. Walker’s budget plan for fewer protections for students from predatory for-profit college industry up for Joint Finance consideration
· Rep. Barca: Marquette poll shows overwhelming opposition to extreme Walker/ Republican budget
· Rep. Edming: Statement on county-wide assessors
· Rep. Jorgensen: Vos idea to triple SeniorCare costs "out of touch"
· Rep. Quinn: Statement on preserving local control in tax assessments
· Rep. Shankland: Democratic weekly radio address "Remove harmful items from the budget"
· Rep. VanderMeer: Supports local property assessment
· Sen. Erpenbach: Statement on JFC executive session
· Sen. Erpenbach: What is the big deal about equal pay?
· Sen. Marklein: Productive first day of JFC action on state budget
· Sen. Ringhand: County-wide assessments removed from state budget
· State Law Library: Names change for branches in Madison, Milwaukee
· Supreme Court: Mandate In the matter of Office of Lawyer Regulation v. Jon Evenson
· U.S. Rep. Grothman: Working to rein in the IRS
· U.S. Rep. Pocan: Calls on Governor Walker to withdraw from Western Conservatives Summit over discriminatory actions
· U.S. Rep. Pocan: Opposes fast-track trade promotion authority plan
· U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner: Reintroduces bill to ban federal funding for motorcycle checkpoints


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