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Tuesday September 16, 2014 - Updated 5:46am

Governor

5:45am
Gov. Walker. Attends Schreiber Foods ribbon cutting.

Legislative

4:57am
Daily Cardinal. Rep. Chris Taylor discusses student engagement at Legislative Affairs meeting.

Statewide

5:13am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Appeals court asking for trouble with ruling on Wisconsin voter ID law.
4:59am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Enough time to let all vote?
4:57am
Chippewa Herald. Cropland rent still rising as grain prices keep dropping.

Courts

5:43am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Files brief in Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.

4:55am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin group is part of federal lawsuit to replace old oil tankers.

Education

5:00am
Stevens Point Journal. School Board rejects superintendent-by-committee idea.

Local

5:42am
WXOW. La Crosse City Clerk's Office waiting for instructions after voter ID court decision.
5:05am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. City workers who smoke to pay extra.
5:04am
Sheboygan Press. Local clerks get ready for voter ID changes.
5:04am
Wausau Daily Herald. Local clerks await guidance on revival of voter ID law.
4:58am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Editorial: Wheel tax idea likely to grow.

Congress

5:46am
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Urges Senate to pass the USA FREEDOM Act.
5:44am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Statement on Republican obstruction of Paycheck Fairness Act.

5:02am
Marshfield News Herald. State lawmakers open with military academy nominations.

Politics

5:38am
WISN. Wisconsin A.G. race is being waged on the ground.
5:34am
WKBT. WI Secretary of State race pits experience against change.
5:20am
Juneau County Star-Times. Congressional candidate: 'We need term limits.'
5:08am
Fond du Lac Reporter. 6th Congressional District candidates face off in debate. Wisconsin Public Radio. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Monday September 15, 2014

Governor

5:24am
Gov. Walker. Tours new UW-Milwaukee Freshwater Sciences School.

4:49am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker says ID law won't disenfranchise voters.

Budget

4:50pm
Wisconsin State Journal. DOJ wants $738K for death investigations.

Legislative

11:07am
Rep. Kleefisch. Column: Voter ID will work.
10:02am
Rep. Loudenbeck. Joins Family Impact Seminar Advisory Committee.
9:33am
Rep. Kolste. Calls for expansion of Medicaid.

4:59am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Politician takes on heroin.
4:56am
Appleton Post Crescent. Editorial: Yes, structural deficit does matter.
4:51am
La Crosse Tribune. New coalition pushes for transportation spending.

State Agencies

3:54pm
DATCP. Petition period opens for 2015 Ag Enterprise Areas.
3:31pm
DVA Sec. Scocos. Column: POW-MIA Recognition Day.
12:24pm
DATCP. Buroker takes national award for work at DATCP.
5:27am
Serve Wisconsin. Wisconsin swears in new class of AmeriCorps members as part of nationwide AmeriCorps 20th anniversary.

Economy/Business

5:15am
Milwaukee Business Journal. 4,000 jobs in two years only beginning of Kenosha County industrial boom.

Statewide

3:52pm
WPS Health Insurance, Green Bay Packers. Jon Williams saluted for Operation Fan Mail.
3:33pm
Wisconsin Council on Children & Families. Announces Race to Equity Scholarship winners.
2:54pm
Arts Wisconsin. Announces recipients of the 2014 Arts in the Community awards.
2:09pm
Americans for Prosperity. All should pay for their fair share of the electric grid.
1:45pm
One Wisconsin Now. While 150,000 seniors see Social Security garnished by student loan debt, Walker refuses common sense reforms.
12:29pm
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Wisconsin hospitals invested $176 million to train health professionals.

7:34am
Washington Post. How states have gamed Medicaid for hundreds of millions of dollars.
5:43am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Dead zones haunt Green Bay as manure fuels algae blooms.
5:04am
Marshfield News Herald. Special health enrollment period came as surprise.
5:02am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Medical malpractice fund must be protected.

Courts

2:12pm
Sen. Harris Dodd. Statement on voter ID.
9:40am
Sen. Vukmir. Statement on voter ID ruling.
5:22am
Rep. Shankland. Statement on voter ID ruling.
5:20am
United Wisconsin. Statement on voter ID ruling.

2:35pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Federal court ruling remove limits on donations to political parties.
2:31pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Absentee ballot mailings halted in push to restart voter ID law.
12:40pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin election officials scramble on voter ID.
5:50am
Bloomberg. Wisconsin wins bid to enforce voter ID rule in November. New York Times.
4:54am
Chippewa Herald. Appeals court could end federal challenge of John Doe probe - for now.

Education

1:46pm
UW-Stout. ROTC cadet shadows lieutenant at military base in Alaska.
1:41pm
Marquette University. Communication professor receives National Communication Association award.
12:25pm
UW-Marathon County. Holly Hassel earns UW Colleges research award.
11:06am
UW-River Falls. Temple Grandin to speak.
10:05am
Marquette University. Marquette education professor Dr. Howard Fuller goes "On the Issues" to discuss new memoir.

5:03am
Wausau Daily Herald. Editorial: Common Core is a step forward in education.

Local

4:30pm
Milwaukee Council President Murphy. Hamilton family and community deserve answers soon.
5:19am
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Milwaukee County offers help to aging veterans.

5:06am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Water coming from sand mines clouding streams.

Congress

11:05am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Announces staff mobile office hours.
10:42am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Comments on nomination to 69th General Assembly.
10:04am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Honors Hispanic Heritage Month.
5:21am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Obama taps Sen. Ron Johnson for UN post.

4:58am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Editorial: Sen. Johnson's missing solution for Social Security.

Federal Agencies

4:18pm
The Hill. Administration threatens to cut off ObamaCare subsidies to 360,000.

Politics

3:32pm
Wisconsin Bankers Association. Statement on Governor Scott Walker's "Continuing Wisconsin's Comeback" plan.
2:32pm
Walker for Governor. Continuing Wisconsin's Comeback: Learn more to earn more.
2:11pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Proposes major reform of oversight, support for county DAs asistants.
12:47pm
DPW. Wisconsin families left holding the bag on Scott Walker's deficit.
12:46pm
Walker for Governor. Milwaukee Business Journal: 4,000 jobs in two years only beginning of Kenosha County industrial boom.
12:31pm
RPW. New video: Politician Susan Happ protects criminals, not victims.
11:38am
Wisconsin Independent Businesses. Statement on Governor Scott Walker's Continuing Wisconsin's Comeback plan.
10:21am
WI Realtors Association. Enthusiastically support Gov. Walker's pledge to further reduce property taxes. 
10:03am
WMC. Statement on Governor Walker's job plan.
9:37am
Walker for Governor. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery: Mary Burke's plan is built on Governor Walker's success.
9:31am
RPW. Gov. Walker unveils jobs plan to continue the Wisconsin comeback.
5:28am
Walker for Governor. Continuing Wisconsin's Comeback: Governor Scott Walker announces plan for greater prosperity for all.
5:23am
Schimel for Attorney General. Farrow: Happ/Lautenschlager owe victim an apology.
5:18am
Broitzman for Secretary of State. Why is Jerry Broitzman running for Secretary of State?

3:36pm
Stevens Point Journal. Walker: Drug tests for needy 'about compassion.'
2:29pm
Green Bay Press Gazette. AG candidate: Move prosecutors to Justice Dept.
2:28pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Burke supports repeal of voter ID requirement.
5:41am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Susan Happ should have sought special prosecutor in assault case.
5:17am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. In a big change from 2012, Democrats outspent Walker on broadcast TV this summer.
5:08am
Chippewa Herald. Walker promising to cut taxes, require drug tests.
5:00am
Sheboygan Press. Victim complains AG candidate was biased.
4:47am
Wisconsin State Journal. Gov. Scott Walker unveils plan on jobs, benefits and education.
4:47am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gov. Scott Walker wants drug testing for public aid recipients.

 

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