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March 24
· Wisconsin Health Care Association: WHCA/WiCAL holds legislative day highlighting importance of long-term caregivers
March 25
· Daley campaign: Justice Bradley fights to protect Court's dysfunctional status quo
· Dane Co. Executive Parisi: Announces first ever Dane County Housing Summit
· DATCP: State cabbage winner announced Wednesday in Wausau
· Dept. of Justice: Releases additional details in investigation into trooper’s death
· Dept. of Justice: Green Bay man pleads guilty to sexual exploitation of a child
· Dept. of Revenue: Volunteer tax sites offer free tax preparation and filing
· DWD: Secretary Newson announces steps to assist workers affected by planned closure of Wells Fargo & Co. due to improved economy
· Gov. Walker: Issues proclamation for "Medal of Honor Day"
· Gov. Walker: Releases statement on the passing of Trooper Trevor Casper
· Madison Mayor Soglin: City works to attract grocery store to Allied Drive/Dunn's Marsh neighborhood
· Milwaukee Public Schools: Experts who lived through, studied education reform in New Orleans speaking in Milwaukee
· One Wisconsin Now: Did James Daley violate judicial code of conduct in seeking special interest endorsement?
· One Wisconsin Now: WEDC funds have consistently gone to businesses of Gov. Walker's political boosters since agency inception
· Rep. Kooyenga: Announces in district listening sessions
· Rep. Macco: On approval of new soccer complex on University of Wisconsin – Green Bay campus
· Rep. Thiesfeldt: Statement regarding State Trooper Casper
· Rep. Vorpagel: Statement on tragic loss of State Trooper Casper
· Sen. Cowles, Rep. Tauchen: To hold budget listening session in Shawano
· Sen. Gudex: Statement on tragic loss of Wisconsin State Trooper Trevor Casper
· Sen. LeMahieu: Statement on passing of Trooper Trevor Casper
· Sen. Risser, Rep. Taylor: Sen. Risser, Rep. Taylor and MMSD Superintendent Cheatham held budget listening session at Lapham Elementary
· Sens. Erpenbach, Taylor; Reps. Hintz, Taylor: Send follow up letters on state budget
· U.S. Rep. Grothman: Statement on tragic death of Wisconsin State Trooper Trevor Casper
· U.S. Rep. Kind: In response to Tomah VA crisis, Kind introduces bipartisan bill to improve veterans health care
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Cantwell, Murray and Feinstein introduce oil train safety legislation
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Statement on the death of State Trooper Casper
· WEDC: Oak Creek receives $1 million state grant for Drexel Town Square project
· Wisconsin Lottery: $123,000 Badger 5 ticket sold in Dodge Co.
· WisDOT: Secretary Gottlieb's statement regarding State Trooper Casper
March 26
· American Transmission, Xcel Energy: PSC signals approval for Badger Coulee Transmission Line Project
· Capital Region Healthy Communities: Receives grant funding from the American Planning Association to combat chronic disease
· Center for Families: Partners with Badger Harley-Davidson for Pinwheels for Prevention
· Center on Wisconsin Strategy: Wisconsin has highest black unemployment rate in the nation
· Citizen Action of Wisconsin: Advocates deliver 35,000 petitions calling on Finance Committee to take BadgerCare dollars and protect UW
· Citizens Acting for Railway Safety: CARS message heard in Washington
· Citizens Acting for Railway Safety: Senators introduce legislation reducing risk of major oil and train fires
· College Democrats of Wisconsin: Sen. Ron Johnson blames student debt crisis on young Wisconsinites, says it is too easy to get student loans
· Daley Campaign: Sen. Johnson and WI GOP congressional delegation supports Judge Daley for Supreme Court
· Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee: Shot/chaser: how Ron Johnson decides to vote
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Proposes emergency rule to provide three bag limit for walleye in most ceded territory waters
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Badger Exam will start on April 13 for all subjects
· Dept. of Revenue: February FY15 collections
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Secretary Newson presents WI's talent development innovations to national audience of economic development experts
· DSCC: GOP budget watch: Ron Johnson claims lazy college students taking longer than 4 years to graduate because they don't want jobs
· Garski campaign: Secret sewer deal gets worse for Mt. Pleasant
· Garski campaign: Secret sewer deal gets worse for Mt. Pleasant
· Gov. Walker: Issues executive order to lower flags in honor of Trooper Trevor Casper
· Gov. Walker: Weekly radio address -- protecting your vote
· Judge Daley: Bradley's empathy for sexual offenders indefensible
· Madison Equal Opportunities Commission: Urges everyone to go out and vote!
· Maxwell campaign: Justice Ziegler endorses Mike Maxwell
· Milwaukee Ald. Davis: Rape of girl is sickening, points to need to protect kids at all times
· Milwaukee Ald. Donovan: Calls news conference to address panhandling
· Milwaukee Bar Association: Releases 2015 judicial poll results
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Rainey: Calling for 16-year-old voting in school board elections, pre-registration for voting, passes 12-4
· Milwaukee Public Schools: MPS sets additional listening session for those unable to attend earlier meetings
· One Wisconsin Now: U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson literally adds insult to injury for one million Wisconsin student loan borrowers
· Racine Mayor Dickert: City reacts to Pick ‘N Save closing
· Rep. Edming: Praises support for SeniorCare program


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