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July 24
· Brostoff Campaign: New endorsements from organized labor and social work professionals show growing momentum for Brostoff in Assembly race
· Common Cause Wisconsin: Which state legislative and statewide candidates support non-partisan redistricting reform?
· Dane County Farmers' Market: USDA administrator to offer remarks at August 2, 2014 Dane County Farmers' Market
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Connect with DATCP at this year’s Farm Tech Days
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: More than 190,000 acres added to ag enterprise areas
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Sparsity aid distributions remain largely unchanged
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Blueprint for prosperity: Lt. Governor Kleefisch announces $1.2 million grant to train over 120 workers at Moraine Park Technical College
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Blueprint for prosperity: Lt. Governor Kleefisch announces $3.6 million grant to train over 850 workers at Fox Valley Technical College
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Lt. Governor Kleefisch announces $1.3 million grant to train over 350 workers at Lakeshore Technical College
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Lt. Governor Kleefisch announces $419,524 grant to train dozens of workers at Blackhawk Technical College
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Lt. Governor Kleefisch announces $910,622 grant to train close to 80 workers at Southwest Wisconsin Technical College
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Secretary Newson announces $348,743 grant to train close to 70 workers at Mid-State Technical College
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Secretary Newson Announces $884,362 grant to train 60 workers at Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College
· Gov. Walker: Announces record cranberry harvest in Wisconsin
· Kremer Campaign: Kremer introduces welfare reform idea
· Leibham Campaign: Announces release of campaign ad “Refused to Back Down”
· Milwaukee Area Technical College: Tech college experts warn study committee's political agenda will undermine local control
· Milwaukee Co. Exec. Abele: County Board committee approves Abele's $7K donation to pay for courthouse overtime
· One Wisconsin Now: GOP-led committee studying technical college system ingoring issues of affordability, student debt
· One Wisconsin Now: Gov. Walker on denying women equal access to contraception: if at first you don’t succeed try, try again
· One Wisconsin Now: Latest poll in governor’s race gives clues to Walker, GOP push to make it harder for students and young people to vote
· Ozanne Campaign: Statement from Ozanne campaign treasurer and campaign expenditure details
· Rep. Bies: Receives numerous awards for pro-business record
· Rep. Hintz: Calls on WEDC to stop using taxpayer dollars to send jobs overseas
· Rep. Kind: Proposed rules are a positive step, but further action needed to improve rail safety
· Rep. Knudson: Minnesota should accept Wisconsin reciprocity offer, end impasse
· Rep. Petryk: Statement on Wisconsin-Minnesota income tax reciprocity negotiations
· Rep. Sanfelippo: Joins West Allis neighborhoods at National Night Out block parties
· Rep. Severson: Calls on Minnesota to accept tax reciprocity offer
· Rep. Vos: State reps. to federal government: Wisconsinites come first
· Richards Campaign: Richards denounces Walker administration’s misapplication of Hobby Lobby decision
· Richards Campaign: Richards releases major policy initiative
· Sen. Hansen: Weekly Democratic radio address: "Halt handouts to corporations that outsource Wisconsin jobs"
· Sen. Harsdorf: Statement on new Wisconsin income tax reciprocity offer
· Sen. Lassa: Grant will decrease wait for job training
· Sen. Petrowski: Recognized for his service to the disabled
· Sen. Schultz: Dale Schultz in Plain, Reedsburg, Baraboo, LaValle and Cazenovia on Friday, August 1
· Sen. Shilling: Statement on WI/MN tax reciprocity
· Sen. Wirch: Calls out Walker, WEDC for awards to companies outsourcing jobs
· Sheridan Campaign: Statement in response to Jim Kreuser letter
· Sierra Club: Releases 2013-14 Legislative Scorecard
· Sortwell Campaign: Eric Genrich accepts illegal campaign financing
· Steitz Campaign: Steitz calls for focus on issues in the 21st District Senate race
· U.S. Rep. Duffy: Duffy amendment unanimously passes House
· U.S. Rep. Petri: Meets with Wisconsin Boys' and Girls' Nation representatives in Washington
· U.S. Rep. Pocan: Statement on passage of Advancing Competency-Based Education Demonstration Project Act
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Introduces bill to address VA medical staff shortage
· UW-Madison: Study shows role of media in sharing life events
· Volunteers for Agriculture: Announce legislative endorsements
· Wisconsin Family Action: Pro-family organization ups involvement in State Senate primary race
· Wisconsin Procurement Institute: Volk Field to host first National State Opportunity Showcase
· Wisconsin Supreme Court: July 24 opinions and mandates
· WisDems: As career politician Scott Walker attacks successful businesses, 300 more jobs leave Wisconsin
· WisDems: Walker Administration says outreach to Asia a top economic priority
· WisGOP: Revealing video: Mary Burke chooses politics over taxpayers
· WISTAX: Legislators get briefing on technical colleges from WISTAX president Todd Berry
July 25
· Adamczyk Campaign: Adamczyk calls on state treasurer to cancel cell service
· Allen Campaign: Scott Allen grateful for grassroots support
· Americans United for Change: Congressman Paul Ryan, Senator Johnson challenged to ‘Live the Wage’
· Arnold Campaign: Governor Walker’s call to Corral Common Core, correct… but why?


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