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Monday October 15, 2018 - Updated 5:34am
- U.S. News & World Report. Foxconn subsidiary fined in connection with flooding.
- Bloomberg. Trump threatens another round of China tariffs.
- Reuters. Sears, once a retail titan, files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
- Racine Journal Times. Moving at 'Foxconn speed'; Foxconn hosts hiring event.
- WKBT. CDC: Steady number of Wisconsin families pursue waivers to avoid vaccines.
- WXOW. Advocates warn against aging lock and dam system.
- Superior Telegram. Farm owner challenges moratorium.
- Baraboo News Republic. Sauk County Board to consider new referendum rule.
- La Crosse Tribune. La Crosse County task force urges action on nitrate pollution in groundwater.
- The Hill. Disasters become big chunk of U.S. deficit.
- Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Trump: Separating families may deter migrants into U.S.
- Vukmir for U.S. Senate. TIMELINE: Get the full story of Tammy Baldwin and the Tomah VA.
- Wisconsin Broadcasters Association. U.S. Senate candidates trade ideas in WBA Foundation debate.
- Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Leah takes Senator Baldwin to task on government-run healthcare.
- RPW. Too liberal for Wisconsin: Tammy Baldwin shows far-left allegiances once again.
- Evers for Governor. Calls for 10% tax cut for middle-class families.
- Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Local Wisconsinites highlight Tammy Baldwin's victory in Wausau debate.
- Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Reaction to U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin's debate win tonight.
- DPW. Vukmir again hides from reporters post-debate.
- DPW. On second Wisconsin U.S. Senate debate.
- Chicago Tribune. GOP pins hopes for keeping Paul Ryan's Wisconsin seat on Ryan 2.0.
- Kenosha News. Q&A: Candidates for governor address the issues.
- U.S. News & World Report. Kaul goes on offensive in testy first AG debate.
- Wisconsin State Journal. As election nears, public campaign seeks to help voters meet state's photo ID requirement.
- Kenosha News. Evers, Barnes rally Kenosha County Democratic volunteers.
- Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Regional legislative Republicans mostly outdoing Democrats in raising cash.
- Appleton Post Crescent. Wisconsin Senate District 19: Roth, Snodgras discuss roads, Act 10, Foxconn.
- Wisconsin State Journal. Tony Evers proposes cutting middle class taxes 10 percent. U.S. News & World Report.
- USA Today. Exclusive: Paul Ryan to hit 12 states, campaign for 25 vulnerable GOP candidates in final election sprint.
- New York Times. Democrats want to beat Scott Walker. But the Wisconsin economy is a hurdle.
- Wisconsin Public Radio. Brad Schimel, Josh Kaul meet in first attorney general debate.
- WBAY. Schimel, Kaul debate drugs, school safety and Foxconn.
- WQOW. Governor Walker defends credit for boosting public education.
- U.S. News & World Report. Baldwin, Vukmir debate about immigration, health care. WBAY.
- WISN. 'UPFRONT' recap: Some Wisconsinites will vote on marijuana legalization next month.
- WJFW. Walker stops in Northwoods to campaign.
- Chippewa Herald. With banana costumes anda bouncy houses, Democrats are hoping for young voter blue wave.
- Chippewa Herald. Foxconn deal drives a wedge between parties at Legislative Candidate Forum.
Friday October 12, 2018
- WMC. New correctional traning program will tackle labor shortage, recidivism.
- Rep. Hintz. Statement on UW-Oshkosh plan to reduce faculty.
- Rep. Felzkowski. Announces October in-district office hours.
- Rep. Taylor. AG Schimel hostile to open government.
- Wisconsin Grocers Association. Rep. Tauchen to receive "Friend of Grocers" Award.
- DATCP. All Aldicarb use now banned in Wisconsin.
- WEDC. Zendesk establishes Midwest regional hub in Madison.
- DNR. Outdoor Report.
- Cap Times. Attorney General Brad Schimel establishes DOJ chaplain program led by Pentecostal minister.
- Portage Daily Register. DOA secretary: Columbia County can benefit from Foxconn.
- USDA. Issues farm safey net and conservation payments.
- USA Today. Stock market sell-off could signal turning point for bull market, as Dow plunges again.
- Marshfield Clinic Health System. Research Institute Epidemiologist Jim Donahue receives 2018 Sebold Fellowship.
- Chicago Tribune. The feds were watching, but unlicensed gun dealer was still able to sell Glock that killed Chicago police officer.
- Wisconsin Supreme Court. Hears three cases in Sparta.
- WKOW. Jury awards $780,500 in transgender lawsuit. Wisconsin State Journal.
- UW-Platteville. Students honor alumni's legacy in the dairy industry.
- UW-Madison. Science-A-Thon celebrates a day in the life of a scientist.
- UW-River Falls. Wang Ping to speak about Kinship of Rivers project.
- Fox 11. UW-Oshkosh plans to reduce more faculty positions.
- WQOW. Recycling businesses struggling around the country.
- WAOW. Oneida Co. residents to vote on mining referendum.
- U.S. Reps. Pocan, Khanna. To lead colleagues in calling on the Trump administration to release intelligence on prior knowledge of Saudi plot to capture Jamal Khashoggi.
- U.S. Rep. Pocan. Submits FOIA request regarding recent ICE raids in Wisconsin.
- U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Opposes expansion of the sale of higher ethanol-blended fuel.
- Reuters. Trump's ethanol plan: Hype now, legal fights later.
- WBAY. Immigrants using public aid could be denied permanent residency status under proposed rule.
- Schimel for Attorney General. Four dozen Democratic, Republican and independent district attorneys endorse.
- DPW. It's hard to overstate this: Leah Vukmir had an awful week.
- Hartwig for State Treasurer. Democrat candidate promises to cut millions in funding for schools & libraries.
- RAGA. Releases new Wisconsin TV ad: "Risk."
- Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Leah Vukmir caps horrible week by desperately defending killing an oral chemo bill.
- State Senate Democratic Committee. ICYMI: Wisconsin State Senate named battleground chamber.
- One Wisconsin Now. The NRA's $740,000 mistake about Tony Evers.
- Wisconsin Public Radio. Lt. Governor candidates on The Ideas Network.
- RPW. Dem AG candidate Josh Kaul pleaded down dangerous heroin dealers.
- RPW. ICYMI: Online liberal mob goes after Scott Walker after his father passes away.
- Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. New group plans to target Republican state Senate seats.
- Vukmir for U.S. Senate. UNC/Harvard study proves Vukmir right on oral chemotherapy.
- RAGA. Brad Schimel says challenger Josh Kaul gave lenient sentences to heroin, crack dealers.
- Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. Volunteers for Agriculture endorses Attorney General Brad Schimel.
- NextGen America. NextGen Wisconsin launches $270,000 ad campaign to motivate young voters in final push before November 6th.
- Walker for Governor. ICYMI: "Tony Evers: You Just Can't Do That" ad shows Wisconsin farmer concerned about Evers' tax hikes, pleased with Walker's tax cuts.
- DPW. OOF: Another poll shows Leah Vukmir down 10+
- NextGen America. Launches $4 million ad campaign to motivate young voters in final push before November 6th.
- U.S. News & World Report. NRA campaign ad mispronounces name of Walker opponent Evers.
- Wisconsin Public Radio. Medicare for all gains momentum as major Democratic election issue.
- CNBC. Gov. Scott Walker trails in re-election bid, while Sen. Tammy Baldwin has a big lead: NBC News/Marist poll. The Hill.
- Beloit Daily News. Assembly candidates state views at forum.
- Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Foxconn prompts disagreement at state legislative candidates' forum.
- Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Assembly election: Krug, Gorski starkly different on Act 10, school funding, Foxconn.
- WKBT. Senate candidate Vukmir meets with veterans in Tomah.
- WEAU. Candidates for Assembly, state Senate square off at forum.
- WFRV. Breaking down what Gov. Walker's Health Care Stability Plan does on January 1, 2019.
- WFRV. Caleb Frostman talks about November election.
- WISC. Coverage for pre-existing conditions: 'How is that not the highest priority for our government?'
- WXOW. Nicholson cuts ad in support of Vukmir in Senate race.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Democratic group targets overwhelmingly Wisconsin Republican legislative seats with $1 million as they hope for wave.
- Stevens Point Journal. Elections: Few details in Josh Kaul's plans to address rape kits, crime lab delays.