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January 23
· Enough Already! WI: Applauds Gov. Walker's rejection of Kenosha Casino, protection of Wisconsin taxpayers
· Forest County Potawatomi A.G. Crawford: Statement on Gov. Walker decision to deny proposed Kenosha casino
· Gov. Walker: Announces non-concurrence with Bureau of Indian Affairs on Kenosha casino
· Gov. Walker: Announces non-concurrence with Bureau of Indian Affairs on Kenosha Casino
· Gov. Walker: Attends 2015 International Paralympics Committee (IPC) Nordic Skiing World Championships
· Gov. Walker: Delivers remarks at 2015 State Education Convention
· Hard Rock International Chairman Jim Allen: Statement on Gov. Walker's decision
· Kenosha County Executive Kreuser: Disappointed by Governor Walker's rejection of Kenosh Casino proposal
· Menominee Tribe: Statement on Gov. Walker's decision
· Milwaukee Ald. Hamilton: Seeing beyond the streetcar: Just one part of strategy to create opportunities
· Milwaukee Public Schools: Reagan student, teacher selected to travel to France and D.C. for WWII research, remembrance
· One Wisconsin Now: Gov. Walker jetting off to California, again.
· Rep. Barca: Gov. Walker turns away thousands of good-paying jobs, millions of new tourists by rejecting Kenosha casino project
· Rep. Barca: Under Republicans, Wisconsin Continues to face staggering budget and jobs deficit
· Rep. Bernier: Applauds workforce readiness plan
· Rep. Craig: Statement on Kenosha Casino decision
· Rep. Hintz: Statement on budget shortfall
· Rep. Loudenbeck: Launches new legislative website with integrated social media
· Rep. Murphy: Statement on Brown County suing Outagamie County
· Rep. Neylon: Statement on Kenosha casino decision
· Rep. Neylon: Statement on Kenosha Casino decision
· Rep. Ohnstad: Greatly disappointed in Walker turning his back on Wisconsin
· Rep. Sanfelippo: Statement on the proposed Kenosha Casino decision
· Rep. Taylor: Statement on Walkerís budget deficit
· Rep. Vos: Statement on Kenosha casino decision
· Rep. Weatherston: Statement on Kenosha casino decision
· RePower Madison: More than 750 customers deliver petition to MGE asking for a fair community energy conversation
· RNC: Chairman Priebus announces COA chairman and co-chairman
· Sen. Erpenbach: Statement on Governor Walkerís budget deficit
· Sen. Hansen: Stateís budget crisis continues
· Sen. Risser, Reps. Pope, Hesselbein: Democratic Legislators introduce Compassionate Choices bill
· Sen. Shilling, Rep. Nygren: Budget projections outline challenges, opportunities
· Sen. Shilling: Statement on Gov. Walker's budget deficit
· Sen. Wanggaard: Statement on Governor Walker's decision on proposed Hard Rock Casino
· Sen. Wirch: Statement on Gov. Walkerís decision to deny a casino in Kenosha
· Tlustosch campaign: Officially announces candidacy and campaign for La Crosse County Circuit Court - Branch 5 for the 2015 Spring election
· U.S. Rep. Moore: Selected as Ranking Member on the House Monetary Policy and Trade Subcommittee
· UW Madison: Calculating the future of solar-fuel refineries
· Wisconsin AFL-CIO: New study confirms right to work hurts Wisconsinís middle class
· Wisconsin Family Action: Applauds Governor's rejection of casino
· Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce: Ariens Company Chairman/CEO re-elected WMC Chair
· Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce: Union front group study flawed
· WMC: Ariens Company chairman/CEO re-elected WMC chair
· WMC: Union front group study flawed, WMC says
January 26
· Daley Campaign: Justice Bradley's activism is "dangerous" to Wisconsin
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Public school open enrollment application period begins Feb. 2
· Dept. of Tourism: Soil Sisters: Agritourism event grows with help of tourism grant
· Great Lakes Center: New policy brief shows A-F report cards deserve a failing grade
· Madison & Dane Co. Public Health: A spike in tobacco sales to minors in Dane County raises many concerns
· Madison Teachers Inc.: Endorses Madison Mayor Soglin for re-election
· Maxwell Campaign: Adds key endorsement: Former-Sheriff Dan Trawicki
· Milwaukee Ald. Puente: Statement on Dudzik street car comments
· MMAC: First quarter business outlook survey
· National Center on Senior Transportation: Ladders of opportunity grants will connect seniors to public transportation
· One Wisconsin Now: Leaving his job in Wisconsin behind, Gov. Walker hits the presidential campaign trail
· Rep. Hesselbein: Let's make the DNR secretary independent again
· Rep. Hutton: Chief justice constitutional amendment passes legislature
· Rep. Zamarripa: Walker spends weekend courting the support of anti-immigrant Iowa congressman
· Rep. Zepnick: Shocked and saddened by recent streetcar referendum leaders actions and words
· Resnick for Mayor: Announces bold ideas for the future of Madison


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