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DC Wrap: Feb. 24-March 2

This is the second sample of a weekly DC Wrap product from WisPolitics.com. Let us know your feedback: info@wispolitics.com This week’s news -- U.S. Sens. Ron...

Ryan calls Trump address a ‘home run,’ but Dems critical of speech

House Speaker Paul Ryan called the president’s national address a “home run” as his fellow GOP members of Wisconsin’s congressional delegation largely praised the speech. Dem members, however, were critical of the speech.
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Walker says GOP will replace Obamacare with system that works

Gov. Scott Walker, speaking from the White House lawn, pledged Republicans would replace Obamacare with a system that works, even though doing nothing might...

State GOP criticizes Baldwin on committee change

The state GOP is criticizing U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin for leaving a Senate committee that’s investigated drug abuse at the Tomah VA. Baldwin, D-Madison, is...
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DC Wrap: Feb. 17-23

This week’s news -- Dem members of the state’s congressional are blasting the Trump administration for revoking federal protections for transgender students seeking to use...

Walker, Schimel push for Senate vote on Neil Gorsuch

Gov. Scott Walker and AG Brad Schimel today pushed for U.S. Senate Dems to give President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch, an up-or-down...

Wendy Riemann: Advantageous Advocacy: What Isn’t Being Said?

We spend a lot of time thinking about what we will SAY in meetings with elected officials. We want our message and our ask to be perfect. However, we should also take note of what we DO in meetings, through our nonverbal messages.

Walker praises planned House vote on drug testing for unemployment benefits

Walker today lauded GOP U.S. House members for scheduling a vote to undo a rule restricting states’ ability to drug test unemployment insurance claimants. “Over...
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Wendy Riemann column: Advantageous Advocacy: New year, new offices, new beginnings

Happy New Year!  Tomorrow, January 20th, begins a new presidential administration and with it will come many new beginnings.  We cannot plan for or...

Committee assignments taking shape for Wis. congressional delegation

Committee assignments are starting to firm up for Wisconsin’s members of Congress, including U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan announcing he’ll serve on Appropriations. The appointment, which...
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