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September 27
· Wisconsin Association of Health Plans: New analysis: Self-funding could jeopardize Wisconsin's effective state program, health insurance market
· Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Foundation: Sponsors Wisconsin U.S. Senate debate
· Wisconsin Dental Association: Donated Dental Services provides another 161 elderly, disabled with $578,000 in needed care
· Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance: Will state-county tensions lead to rethinking the relationship?
· WisDems: Gov. Walker continues to neglect student loan crisis
· WisDOT: It's National Voter Registration Day
· WisDOT: Releases first State Freight Plan draft
· WisGOP: Statement on tonight's presidential debate
· WisGOP: Taxin' Tom Nelson's taxpayer-funded hypocrisy
September 28
· Citizen Action of Wisconsin: Walker Administration deliberately rigging health insurance system to raise rates
· Feingold Campaign: Announces endorsement of Milwaukee Building & Construction Trades Council
· Grothman Campaign: Congressman Glenn Grothman's campaign releases new radio ad "Nonsense"
· Reform Wisconsin Fund: Launches ad against Russ Feingold for supporting partial-birth abortion
· Rep. Steffen: Brown County communities receive over $500,000 in additional stadium tax returns
· Russ for Wisconsin: Launches new radio ad “Fight for Us”
· Solen Campaign: Ryan Solen on the 1st Presidential Debate and Paul Ryan's reaction to it
· U.S. Department of Labor: Wisconsin military explosives manufacturer faces nearly $143K in OSHA penalties for exposing workers to lead and other hazards
· U.S. Rep. Duffy: Duffy & Connolly bill offers additional protections for whistleblowers
· U.S. Rep. Moore: Supports Presidential veto of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act
· UW School of Medicine and Public Health: Professionals tackle "opioid epidemic" in Wisconsin
· Waukesha Co. Exec. Farrow: Introduces 2017 executive budget
· WisGOP: Launches digital ads highlighting “Feingold Foundation”
September 29
· AG Schimel: Warns consumers about credit card skimming
· Alliance Defending Freedom: Free Speech Fairness Act is legally sound, needed
· Assembly Democrats: Robin Vos and Republican Assembly Campaign Committee continue to operate in secret
· Capitol Centennial Commission: Begins work
· Dairy Business Association: Endorses Mike Gallagher for Congress
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Jackson County elk adjusting to new surroundings
· Disability Rights Wisconsin: Says transportation improvements are necessary for people with disabilities
· Feingold Campaign: Announces endorsements of Wisconsin business leaders
· Feingold Campaign: Launches new radio ad: “Miles”
· Gov. Walker: Weekly radio address: College affordability is a top priority
· Milwaukee Sup. Nicholson: Proposes $15 living wage
· Rep. Taylor: Letter to Dane Co. D.A. Ozanne regarding John Doe document revelations
· Sen. Cowles: Brown County, Municipalities to receive additional $534,000 from Lambeau Sales Tax Revenues
· Senate Democrats: Weekly Democratic radio address: "Investing in our rural communities"
· Shrader Campaign: Statement on tonight's "Turnout for Transportation"
· Trump WI Campaign: Statement on Anne Holton visit
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: Addresses Hoboken train crash, legislation passed to support military and veterans
· U.S. Rep. Ryan: House passes bill to fund military, improve care for veterans, respond to Zika virus
· UW System: Ranks #13 in world for innovation
· UW-Madison: Commits to ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge
· UW-Madison: Science journalist Nadia Drake is UW-Madison writer in residence
· Wirch Says Sell Governor’s Mansion to Help Fund Transportation Projects
· Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities: Transportation options need expansion for people with disabilities
· Wisconsin DNR: Recent rains set stage for chinook runs
· Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation: Earns international awards for economic development
· Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty: New report showcases STEM success
· Wisconsin Policy Research Institute: UW System graduation rates holding Wisconsin back
· WisDems: U.S. Sen. Johnson silent after Trump's sexist comments
· WisGOP: Taxin’ Tom Nelson’s Social Security hypocrisy

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