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Friday October 24, 2014 - Updated 12:44pm

Governor

4:55am
Gov. Walker. Attends ribbon cutting for Midwest Engineering Systems' expansion.
4:54am
Gov. Walker. Attends 2014 Marketplace Conference.

Legislative

9:16am
Rep. Berceau. Once again Walker rejects millions in federal money. Letter to Gov. Walker.

6:01am
Ashland Daily Press. School Board Association seeks increased revenue limits.

State Agencies

12:44pm
DOJ. Brandon Behrens sentenced in Iowa County for strangulation and causing great bodily harm.
12:40pm
DWD. Meetings and hearings. Oct 27-31.
11:55am
DOJ. Jimmie L. Miller bound over for trial in Racine County under state's sexually violent person statute.
10:28am
AG Van Hollen. Issues reminder to register for upcoming public records and open meetings laws seminars.
4:59am
Madison Chapter National Lawyers Guild. Wisconsin Attorney General wasting taxpayer dollars with failed sing along prosecutions and appeals.

7:12am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Most new enrollees in state voucher program were in private schools.
7:10am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State cries foul over move to steer refunds to crime victims.

Economy/Business

5:36am
Duluth News Tribune. Enbridge CEO Monaco: Twin Ports critical to the company.
4:52am
USA Today. Sears disputes report of 116 store closures, layoffs.

Courts

7:23am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Complaint filed against judge for handling of voter ID case.

Education

5:29am
Badger Herald. UW departments prepare to 'trim the fat' in case of tuition freeze extension.

Local

4:45am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Legislators pressure FDL Council to reduce tax rate.

Congress

12:38pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Sends letter to Holder on federal adoption.

4:46am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Johnson gets crash course in convenience store work, issues.

Politics

12:01pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Desparate Happ allies continue to lie.
11:58am
RPW. Was Susan Happ soft on domestic abusers from the beginning?
10:27am
DPW. 10 days of early voting, 10 reasons to vote against Scott Walker.
10:19am
DPW. Shocking information discovered on Brad Schimel's position on women's reproductive rights.
9:05am
RPW. Video: Even the Clintons hate plagiarism.
4:58am
Broitzman for Secretary of State. Appears on Wisconsin Public Radio & Television.
4:57am
CRG Network. To assist election fraud monitoring effort.

12:06pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Crowds gather for Bill Clinton appearance with Mary Burke.
12:04pm
Chippewa Herald. Burke continues to outspend Walker on TV.
10:30am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Democrat Susan Happ debuts ad in AG race.
10:29am
WEAU. Attorney General candidate, Brad Schimel, makdes stop in Eau Claire.
7:19am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: State must do better on environment, energy, transportation.
6:11am
CBS 58. Clinton campaigns for Mary Burke, Christie coming back for Scott Walker. 
5:52am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Zahn bringing 'sense of fairness' to state Capitol.
5:51am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Senator Fitzgerald keeping eye on Wisconsin finances.
5:50am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Jorgensen, Herbert debate issues in 43rd Assembly race.
5:34am
Wisconsin Public Radio. St. Norbert-WPR survey indicates election will be referendum on Walker.
5:31am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Democrats eye 9th Senate District in bid to regain control of Senate.
5:25am
La Crosse Tribune. La Crosse County again eyes 'wheel tax.'
5:16am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. AG candidates set to debate on public television.
5:15am
Wisconsin State Journal. Clinton to campaign for Burke in Milwaukee.
5:05am
Capital Times. Once a Mary Burke critic, WMC board member lauss her on startup investing plan.
5:01am
Racine Journal Times. Lt. governor candidate Lehman wages campaign quietly.
4:50am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Hundreds take advantage of early voting in Oshkosh.
4:48am
Wausau Daily Herald. Editorial: Send Rep. Sean Duffy back to Washington.
4:48am
Marshfield News Herald. Editorial: For 86th Assembly District, we endorse Spiros.
4:44am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Laning, LeMahieu talk education, minimum wage.

Thursday October 23, 2014

Budget

3:55pm
Sen. Farrow. Trick and no treat: Senate Democrats double down on scare tactics.

Legislative

4:22pm
Rep. Bies. Family Care for Northeast Wisconsin will move forward.
3:40pm
Rep. Ballweg. Assembly Republicans unveil "Forward Agenda."
3:20pm
Rep. Johnson. Named Vice-Chair of Legislative Council Study Committee on Adoption Disruption and Dissolution.
11:46am
Sen. Lassa. Time for bipartisan action on BadgerCare, minimum wage.

State Agencies

5:01pm
GAB. Absentee ballot by mail request deadline one week away.
4:45pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, Oct. 26-Nov. 1.
3:33pm
DWD. Secretary honors Sheboygan area employers for efforts to hire persons with disabilities.
3:22pm
DWD. Assistant Deputy Secretary Anderson recognizes central Wisconsin employers for efforts to hire persons with disabilities.
2:37pm
DATCP. Halloween costumes can scare up trouble for your pet.
2:33pm
School Choice Wisconsin. Statewide voucher program numbers - the whole story.
2:31pm
DPI. Statewide voucher program enrollment counts. 
1:22pm
DNR. Winnebago system sturgeon spearing license deadline Oct. 31.
11:47am
DOT. Teen driver safety tip of the day: Prep for driver test? There are apps for that.
10:19am
DVA Sec. Scocos. To send-off Edgerton High School band, choir to New York.
9:44am
Board on Aging and Long-Term Care. October is National Long-Term Care Resident Rights Month.

3:32pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Most voucher students came from private schools.
5:07am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Hunters kill 98 Wisconsin wolves.
5:01am
Wisconsin State Journal. Dems fault Walker for not seeking preschool grant.

Statewide

3:18pm
WMC. Report: Obama carbon regulations to hike electricity rates 15% in WI.
2:26pm
Honoring Choices Wisconsin. Six new organizations joing Honoring Choices Wisconsin.
2:25pm
Honoring Choices Wisconsin. Advance care planning continues to grow in Wisconsin.
1:24pm
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield. ProHealth Care joining Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield's Blue priority network.

5:16am
Wisconsin Public Radio. WTO rules U.S. can't require country-of-origin labels on food products.
5:12am
La Crosse Tribune. Minimum wage hike: Popular, but is it effective?
5:06am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin returns to top 20 in annual energy-efficiency report.

Courts

5:00pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Nearly 50 DAs decline to investigate Chisholm in John Doe.
4:04pm
La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin court won't reconsider voter ID case.
4:03pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Appeals court rejects Wisconsin Club for Growth request to reconsider John Doe ruling.
6:38am
Reuters. Critics of Dow herbicide sue U.S. EPA over approval.
4:54am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Judge-shopping must be stopped.
4:53am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Judge extends hold on law barring campaign collaboration.

Education

4:11pm
UW-Stout. Cabot executive program marks 30th year with Wall of Honor.
3:13pm
UW-River Falls. Liu is Peterson Lecture Series speaker.
3:09pm
UW-Stout. Victoria Sanchez receives Women of Color in Education Award.

Local

3:36pm
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Reminds people that guns are not allowed at the courthouse.
1:26pm
Waukesha County Nutrition Coalition. Celebrates 20 years.
1:04pm
Milwaukee Sup. Borkowski. Invites residents to discuss proposed Wedgewood Wading Pool closed.
11:49am
Milwaukee Alderman Murphy. Financial planning day offers free financial counseling & workshops.

4:57am
Stevens Point Journal. Nitrate test results highlight groundwater issues.

Congress

1:15pm
Sen. Johnson. Participates in Kwik Trip Small Business Event.

Politics

4:44pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Rides along with Eau Claire Sheriff Cramer.
4:23pm
Grothman for Congress. Reports strong pre-election fundraising totals.
4:17pm
Walker for Governor. Highlights Wisconsin's growing economy during visit to Prent Corporation in Janesville.
3:46pm
One Wisconsin Now. Exposed: Unearthed document shows Brad Schimel's radical extremism on reproductive health issues.
3:05pm
One Wisconsin Now. #TBT 2006-2010: The stunning hypocrisy of Scott Walker.
1:18pm
Wisconsin Right to Life. Requests that television stations pull false ad.
1:11pm
One Wisconsin Now. Brad Schimel cut deal as Waukesha  County DA to let sex offender off with slap on wrist.
1:08pm
DPW. 10 days of early voting, 10 reasons to vote against Scott Walker: state budgets. 
11:44am
RPW. Domestic abuser kills victim after lenient sentence from incident that same year.
10:20am
Marquette University. Wisconsin political insiders Schneider, Nichols go "On the Issues" to preview Election Day issues.
10:18am
Raise WI. As minimum wage takes center stage in campaign, Gov. Walker pays the price.
10:17am
RPW. The truth about Mary Burke's jobs record: She's running on a plagiarized jobs plan.
10:16am
Kurtz for Congress. Campaign airs new radio ads.
9:36am
Schimel for Attorney General. Milwaukee Police Supervisor' Orgainization endorses.
9:35am
Burke for Governor. A fair shot, a stronger Wisconsin.
5:19am
Schimel for Attorney General. Pro-Happ smear group forced to pull lie filled ad.

4:58pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Madison voters driven by anger, Walker says at campaign stop.
3:34pm
Chippewa Herald. Moulton: Wisconsin's economy shows strength.
6:14am
Washington Examiner. Editorial: Democrats get desperate in their attacks on Scott Walker.
5:47am
WFRV. 19th Senate District discuss the important issues.
5:43am
WQOW. Candidates for governor agree on major Eau Claire project.
5:29am
Sheboygan Press. 27th Assembly candidates debate education, taxes.
5:28am
Oshkosh Northwestern. 54th Assembly: Hintz says work on local issues part of job.
5:25am
Appleton Post Crescent. Local candidates share views on education.
5:15am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Maintaining quality education requires money.
5:08am
Wisconsin Public Radio. WPR-St. Norbert Poll shows Walker, Burke in tight race.
5:05am
La Crosse Tribune. Dueling statistics, politics intertwined in Medicaid referendum.
5:03am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Q & A: Burke hopes to be unifying force in governor's office.
5:02am
Beloit Daily News. Early vote unlikely to match '12.
5:00am
Capital Times. Editorial: Justice and judgment: Susan Happ for AG.
4:56am
Wausau Daily Herald. Editorial: For 29th Senate District, we endorse Petrowski.
4:55am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Grothman, Harris differ on minimum wage-and most other issues.
4:52am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: For secretary of state: elimination.
4:51am
Wisconsin State Journal. Inside information given to Scott Walker campaign treasurer 'unethical,' top expert says.

 

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