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May 21
· International Union of Operating Engineers: Worker training a key to early reopening of Bluemound Avenue bridge
· Kenosha Co. Sheriff Beth: Letter regarding funding for pretrial intoxicated driver intervention programs
· Milwaukee Co. Sheriff Clarke: Applauds County Board action on hiring new deputies
· Milwaukee Co. Sheriff Clarke: Wrong way drunken driver twice deported from US
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Dimitrijevic: Thanks board for overwhelming support of S.E.E.D legislation to eliminate food deserts
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Taylor: Reacts to board's missed opportunities on zoo catering, streetcar funding
· Milwaukee Public Schools: Joint statement from Pres. Bonds, Supt. Driver regarding JFC budget action
· National Republican Senatorial Committee: Feingold Flashback: that time Russ said he agrees with Obama 95% of the time
· One Wisconsin Now: Final numbers show Gov. Walker fell nearly 50 percent short on first term jobs promise
· Public Policy Forum: Proposed MPS budget absorbs potential aid cuts through continued personnel savings
· Rep. Barca, Sen. Lassa: Officially request federal investigation into Gov. Walker's WEDC
· Rep. Czaja: Continues focus on rural schools
· Rep. Jorgensen: Democrats, seniors claim win as SeniorCare is saved
· Rep. Knodl: Commends Joint Finance Committee for passage of school reform
· Rep. Murtha: Commends Joint Finance Committee’s vote to restore K-12 funding
· Rep. Sanfelippo: Bike lane request to strengthen local control
· Rep. Subeck: Statement on restoration of SeniorCare funding by Joint Finance Committee
· Rep. Taylor: Challenges GOP lawmakers: Do the right thing
· Rep. Taylor: Challenges GOP lawmakers: Do the right thing
· Rep. Taylor: Private school vouchers win big at expense of public schools
· Rep. Wachs: Statement on SeniorCare announcement
· Sen. Darling, Rep. Nygren: Republicans save SeniorCare
· Sen. Shilling: Grabs national attention as one of the “40 Most Interesting Women in Politics”
· Sen. Shilling: Weekly Dem. radio address "Prioritize children, not special interests"
· U.S. Attorney Vaudreuil: Man convicted of heroin conspiracy
· U.S. Rep. Grothman: Introduces bill to crack down on identity theft
· U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner: Supports TPA
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Baldwin, Murphy lead senators in calling on Defense Secretary to update policies and prevent discrimination of servicemembers based on sexual orientation
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Joins Warren, others to question Education Department on long-delayed investigations into violations of Service members' rights
· UW-Stevens Point: Former mayor to serve interim role
· WILL: Data shows $245 million could be saved by Wisconsin schools
· Wisconsin Association of School Boards: JFC budget: voucher advocates win big
· Young Gifted and Black: Resolution is a strong step forward
May 22
· AARP: Thanks Joint Finance Committee for seeing value of popular SeniorCare program
· City of Milwaukee Common Council: Media availability at 11 a.m. today concerning the tragic passing of Alderman Joe Dudzik
· Competitive Elections Wisconsin: Calls on unopposed representatives to support election reform.
· Dane County Board of Supervisors: Unanimously approves jail reform measure
· Gov. Walker: Announces Several Appointments
· Joint Committee on Finance Democrats: Republicans make $360 million mistake Gov. Walker presidential ambition to blame for rising costs for all
· Mayor Barrett: Statement regarding Alderman Joe Dudzik
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Borkowski: Sends condolences and prayers to Dudzik family
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Romo West: Announces Dryhootch Memorial Day coffee drive
· Milwaukee Co.Sup. Rainey: Board approves $870,000 in funds for McGovern park
· MOSES: Advocacy results in improved criminal justice and jail resolution 556 being passed by county board
· People First Wisconsin: Hopes for the right vote on Family Care and IRIS
· Rep. Bernier: Joint Finance Committee saves SeniorCare and approves religious waiver to uniform dwelling code
· Rep. Heaton: Calls for pediatric dental program extension
· Rep. Heaton: Commends JFC vote preserving SeniorCare
· Rep. Heaton: Highlights economic development in state budget
· Rep. Hintz: $360 million elephant in the room: Medicaid expansion gets a ‘no’ vote from JFC Republicans
· Rep. Hintz: Walker’s flagship agency sinking under his command
· Rep. Johnson: Disarm violent, habitual criminals to prevent gun violence
· Rep. Kitchens: Applauds Finance Committee’s decision to save SeniorCare
· Rep. Zamarripa: Statement on restoration of SeniorCare funds
· Sen. Lassa: Statement on SeniorCare, WEDC budget votes
· Sen. Marklein: JFC reinvests economic development funds in southwest Wisconsin and formally restores SeniorCare
· Sen. Shilling: A recap of this week's vote "under the dome"
· Sen. Shilling: Gov. Walker fired from troubled jobs agency
· Sen. Tiffany: Votes to preserve SeniorCare
· Sen.Carpenter: Statement on passing of Alderman Joe Dudzik


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