‘Rewind’: Your week in review

On this week’s episode, WisPolitics.com’s JR Ross and WisconsinEye’s Steve Walters discuss the Marquette University Law School poll results, Gov. Scott Walker’s use of the state’s planes; and key races in the state Senate this fall.

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DATCP: Crops under water? Think about CREP

Contact: Donna Gilson, 608-224-5130, donna.gilson@wi.gov Bill Cosh, Communications Director, 608-224-5020, William2.Cosh@wi.gov MADISON – Farmers whose corn or soybeans are standing in water after this week’s heavy rains in southern Wisconsin might think about enrolling those lands in CREP, says Brian Loeffelholz, who coordinates the

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FRI REPORT: After maxing out to Walker, donors give state GOP $3.3 million

Exclusively for WisPolitics Subscribers TABLE OF CONTENTS Quotes of the week Political stock report After maxing out to Walker, donors give state GOP $3.3 million Proposed Kimberly-Clark subsidies among largest in nation for each job retained Harsdorf: DATCP helping state producers maintain, expand markets amidst trade war Week ahead Political

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‘Rewind’: Your week in review

On this week’s episode, WisPolitics.com’s JR Ross and WisconsinEye’s Steve Walters discuss the Marquette University Law School poll results, Gov. Scott Walker’s use of the state’s planes; and key races in the state Senate this fall.

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Speaker highlights importance of diversity for future growth

Jocelyn Kopac, a business consultant based in Johnson Creek, warns companies that failing to include diversity in their employee mix could spell trouble.   “Diversity is happening,” she said yesterday at Madison’s Forward Fest. She pointed out that by some estimates, the United States will no longer be a majority-white

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DATCP: Crops under water? Think about CREP

Contact: Donna Gilson, 608-224-5130, donna.gilson@wi.gov Bill Cosh, Communications Director, 608-224-5020, William2.Cosh@wi.gov MADISON – Farmers whose corn or soybeans are standing in water after this week’s heavy rains in southern Wisconsin might think about enrolling those lands in CREP, says Brian Loeffelholz, who coordinates the program for the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer

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Foxconn planning to buy land for innovation centers later this year

Foxconn plans to acquire property for its “innovation centers” later this year, a spokesman said after Dems raised questions regarding the company’s commitments outstate.   A question regarding innovation centers was one of many from Democratic Assembly Minority Leader Gordon Hintz and Rep. Dana Wachs at a news conference yesterday

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Dept. of Agriculture: Wisconsin Garden Club Federation works with state, other partners to mark Gold Star Memorial Garden at Capitol

Contact: DOA Communications, (608) 266-7362   Dept. of Agriculture: Wisconsin Garden Club Federation works with state, other partners to mark Gold Star Memorial Garden at Capitol   MADISON – Wisconsin Department of Administration (DOA) Secretary Ellen Nowak joined Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Daniel J. Zimmerman and Maj. Gen. Don Dunbar, Wisconsin’s

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WisDems: Leah Vukmir stands with ALEC, opposes Buy American rules that support Wisconsin manufacturers

Contact: Brad Bainum, bradb@wisdems.org Tammy Baldwin announces coalition of more than 100 Wisconsin business leaders MADISON — As business leaders from across Wisconsin today announce their support for Tammy Baldwin, it’s worth remembering that Republican U.S. Senate candidate Leah Vukmir opposes Buy American rules that support Wisconsin workers and manufacturers by ensuring that federal tax dollars

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Public Service Commission: Awards first Telecommuter Forward! certifications

Contact: Matthew Spencer, 608-266-9600 Matthew2.Spencer@Wisconsin.Gov Bayfield County is the first community to be certified as a Telecommuter Forward! Community Madison – This week, the Public Service Commission (PSC) of Wisconsin awarded the first Telecommuter Forward! certification to Bayfield County. The Commission also certified the Town of Cloverland in Douglas County

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Marion campaign: Calls for strong wetland zoning to protect development and infrastructure from flood damage.

Contact: Anna Landmark, Campaign Manager (608) 886-8801 anna@krissforwisconsin.com Blanchardville – Kriss Marion, Democratic candidate for the 17th State Senate District, extended her sympathies to all of the southern Wisconsin communities hit hard by record rains and flooding, and her sincere gratitude to emergency responders, many of whom are volunteers risking

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Milwaukee Public Schools: Families enrolling now for school

Andy Nelson, Media Manager | Cell: (414) 688-9664 | Email: nelsonai@milwaukee.k12.wi.us District hosts Saturday enrollment events to help families make sure their young ones are ready on day one MILWAUKEE (August 24, 2018) – School is about to start for most Milwaukee families. The first day of school for MPS

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