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Thursday July 31, 2014 - Updated 3:58pm

Supreme Court

3:54pm
Sen. Jauch. Supreme Court decision embarrasses Wisconsin.
3:53pm
Rep. Rodriguez. Statement on Supreme Court rulings.
2:51pm
Sen. Taylor. Statement on voter ID decision.
1:57pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Statement on Wisconsin Supreme Court decisions on voter ID and Act 10.
1:52pm
Rep. Thiesfeldt. Act 10 and voter ID constitutional.
1:22pm
Richards for Attorney General. Reacts to state Supreme Court decisions.
1:07pm
Rep. Kleefisch. Applauds decisions by state's Supreme Court.
12:47pm
WEAC. Statement on Supreme Court ruling on Act 10.
12:15pm
Voces de la Frontera, Milwaukee Branch of the NAACP. Statement on Supreme Court voter ID decision.
12:12pm
Subeck for State Assembly. Statements on today's Wisconsin Supreme Court decisions.
12:10pm
Sen. Farrow. Voter photo ID upheld by state Supreme Court.
11:55am
Madison Mayor Soglin. Statement on Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling upholding Act 10.
11:46am
Rep. Taylor. Act 10 ruling cements low point in state history.
11:29am
Madison Mayor Soglin. Reaction to Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling upholding voter ID law.
11:28am
Madison Mayor Soglin. Statement on Wisconsin Supreme Court upholding of Domestic Partnership Registry.
11:23am
AFSCME. Statement in response to Wisconsin Supreme Court decision on Act 10.
11:20am
Joint Finance Co-Chairs Darling, Nygren. Applaud decision by state Supreme Court.
11:16am
Sen. Farrow. Supreme Court upholds Act 10 as constitutional.
10:25am
Associated Students of Madison. Students show disappointment over strict voter ID laws.
10:23am
One Wisconsin Now. A supreme truth: Voter ID is voter suppression.
10:16am
Sen. Miller. Statement on Supreme Court rulings.
10:14am
Fair Wisconsin, Lambda Legal. Victory! Wisconsin Supreme Court upholds Domestic Partnership Registry in Lambda Legal case.
10:11am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Wisconsin Supreme Court upholds Act 10, voter ID in their entirety.
9:53am
Rep. Barca. (Updated) Statement on Act 10 ruling.
9:47am
Americans for Prosperity. Reacts to Supreme Court's Act 10 ruling.
9:46am
Wisconsin Family Action. Wisconsin Supreme Court recognizes uniqueness of marriage.
9:41am
One Wisconsin Now. Corporate special interests, Gov. Walker buy Supreme Court victory over workers, voters.
9:40am
AG Van Hollen. Statement on opinions released today by the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
9:39am
AFT-Wisconsin. MTI v. Walker: Decision "unfortunate, but expected."
9:37am
Rep. Barca. Statement on Domestic Partnership Registry.
9:36am
Rep. Barca. Statement on voter ID ruling.
9:35am
Grothman for Congress. Statement on Wisconsin Supreme Court decisions.
9:30am
Sen. Lazich. Statement about Wisconsin Supreme Court decision upholding 2011 Act 10.
9:20am
Sen. Fitzgerald. Statement on voter ID ruling.
9:19am
Sen. Larson. Statement on equality court ruling.
9:18am
Speaker Vos. Statement on state Supreme Court decisions.
9:17am
Sen. Larson. Statement on voter suppression court ruling.
9:15am
WMC. Statement on the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling on Act 10.
9:13am
Sen. Fitzgerald. Statement on Act 10 ruling.
9:12am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Statement regarding voter ID law ruling.
9:11am
Sen. Lazich. Statement on Wisconsin Supreme Court voter ID decision.
8:58am
MacIver Institute. Supreme Court decision on Act 10 a major win for Wisconsin taxpayers.
8:57am
Alliance Defending Freedom. Marriage remains one-man, one-woman union in Wisconsin.
8:55am
Gov. Walker. Reforms upheld in all Supreme Court cases.
8:36am
Wanggaard for State Senate. Statement on voter ID law.
8:34am
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Statement on Wisconsin Supreme Court rulings on voter ID.
8:33am
Sen. Vukmir. Applauds voter ID ruling.
8:27am
Leibham for Congress. Voter ID law vindicated by Supreme Court ruling.
8:25am
Sen. Larson. Statement on Act 10 court ruling.
8:24am
Sen. Vukmir. Taxpayers win with Act 10 ruling.
8:14am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Statement on Wisconsin Supreme Court decision on Act 10.
7:25am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Madison Teachers, Inc. v. Scott Walker.
7:22am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. League  of Women Voters of Wisconsin Education Network v. Scott Walker.
7:18am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Julaine K. Appling v. Scott Walker.
7:08am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Milwaukee Branch of the NAACP v. Scott Walker.

1:14pm
Sheboygan Press. Van Hollen says voter ID ruling will help appeal.
11:22am
Bloomberg. Wisconsin voter ID law is upheld by state's Supreme Court.
9:26am
Wisconsin State Journal. High court upholds Wisconsin domestic partner registry. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Appleton Post Crescent.
8:09am
La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin Supreme Court upholds 2011 union law. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Chippewa Herald.
7:47am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Divided court upholds Wisconsin's voter ID law. Wisconsin State Journal.
5:00am
Capital Times. Voting rights advocate on Supreme Court voter ID ruling: 'We feel we have already won.'
4:57am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State Supreme Court will hand down 3 major rulings on Thursday.

Governor

1:51pm
Gov. Walker. Participates in Wisconsin State Fair kick-off.
11:18am
Rep. Jorgensen. Letter to Gov. Walker regarding outsourcing.

Legislative

3:56pm
Rep. Jorgensen. Journal: Be safe, be immunized.
3:36pm
Sen. Darling, Rep. Sanfelippo. Phony plan to sell former Malcolm X school property comes to light.
1:54pm
Sen. Wirch. Named "Environmental Champion" by Sierra Club.
1:23pm
Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. Does outdated personal property tax deserve reexamination?
11:02am
Rep. August. Encouraged by upgrades to Unclaimed Property Program.
9:54am
Sen. Shilling. Weekly Democratic radio address.
9:08am
LAB. Report: State of Wisconsin Investment Board. Highlights.
9:06am
Joint Audit Co-Chairs Cowles, Kerkman. Audit evaluates SWIB performance and expenditures.

1:20pm
WISC. Vos doesn't intend to pursue right to work.
9:27am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Veterans groups back bill overturning law curbing asbestos lawsuits.
5:06am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wachs bill would reverse law on asbestos suits.
5:05am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: No tax dollars for outsourcers.
4:54am
Racine Journal Times. Mason to lead Great Lakes legislative group.

State Agencies

3:58pm
DWD Sec. Newson. Visits Schneider, highlights Wisconsin Fast Forward grant to help trucking industry leader train 100 new drivers.
1:53pm
AG Van Hollen. Announces launch of the statewide Silver Alert program.
1:18pm
DNR. Outdoor Report.
10:51am
DOT. Packer travel advisory.
8:23am
State Treasurer Schuller. 70 foods on a stick, $400 million dollars to claim.

Economy/Business

5:46am
Bloomberg. Wisconsin hired advisors for power plant sale, utility says.
4:53am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Journal, Scripps deal announced.

Statewide

1:19pm
Southwest Badger. Get ahead of emerald ash borer.
12:33pm
Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. NGLCC honors the Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce with Rising Star Award.
11:47am
Wisconsin SBDC Network. Director of the Wisconsin SBDC at UW-Whitewater named State Star.

1:15pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Politicians don't deserve Do Not Call exemption.
5:50am
Governing. A state-by-state look at where each generation lives.
5:07am
Fox 11. State's Silver Alert system to go live Friday.
4:51am
Appleton Post Crescent. Redaction retraction in the works.

Courts

5:10am
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Statement on U.S. Department of Justice appeal of Wisconsin voter ID law.
5:08am
ACLU of Wisconsin. U.S. Attorney files amicus brief in ACLU voting rights case.

5:41am
Bloomberg. Gay marriage nears Supreme Court with inevitability tag.
5:00am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. U.S. attorneys: State's ID law violates Voting Rights Act.
4:55am
Wausau Daily Herald. Walker campaign probe arguments set for Sept. 9.

Education

2:04pm
UW-Extension. SBIR grant-matching program aims to fuel high-tech small businesses.
2:03pm
UW System. Has plenty to share at Wisconsin State Fair.
12:48pm
UW-Stout. Assistant chancellor named to Baldrige Board of Examiners.
9:09am
UW-Stout. Program inspired participant to learn about science, technology.

Local

11:44am
Milwaukee County Board Chairwoman Dimitrijevic, Sup. Rainey. Applaud passage of minimum wage referendum measure.

5:15am
Wisconsin Indian Education Association. Discrimination celebration in Berlin. Ad.

Congress

3:10pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Statement on President Obama's executive order securing workplace rights.
9:03am
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. The EPA's misguided carbon plan.
5:08am
U.S. Rep. Ribble. Statement on passage of veterans assistance bill.

5:59am
The Hill. House backs VA bill, 420-5.
5:42am
Reuters. House Republicans vote to sue Obama over healthcare law.
4:56am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ryan defends Obama lawsuit, dismisses impeachment speculation.

Politics

3:34pm
Walker for Governor. Visits Cotta Transmission Company in Beloit.
1:09pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Jon Richards represents a step backward for public safety.
1:08pm
Burke for Wisconsin. Walker gets it wrong.
9:45am
Walker for Governor. Madison School Board member Mary Burke stands with big government unions on Act 10.
9:23am
DPW. Scott Walker's excuses for his jobs failure crumble more each day.
7:34am
Richards for Attorney General. Releases first television ad of the campaign.
7:16am
Stroebel for Congress. Releases "Security," new TV ad.
5:17am
Grothman for Congress. Disappointed in Stroebel's act of desperation.
5:16am
Melchert for State Treasurer. State Treasurer cited 114 times in statutes.

5:26am
Tomah Journal. Kurtz praises veterans benefits in Tomah.
5:25am
Baraboo News Republic. Burke makes campaign stop in Baraboo.
5:01am
Wisconsin State Journal. Pair of progressives compete for Brett Hulsey's Assembly seat.
4:58am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Three Republicans vie for chance to take on Ron Kind in 3rd Congressional District.
4:53am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. 6th Congressional candidates trade barbs at debate.
4:52am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Teachers take active role in governor's race.

Wednesday July 30, 2014

Governor

12:45pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker's approach to health care put in jeopardy by court ruling.
5:13am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Faith leaders prod Scott Walker on alleged inmate abuse.

Legislative

3:47pm
Rep. Zamarripa. Statement on the closing of Cargill beef facility.
1:23pm
Rep. Stroebel. Comments on progress of Joint Legislative Council Symposia Series on Personal Property Tax.
12:09pm
Sen. Risser, Rep. Hintz. Follow-up lettter to DOA Sec. Huebsch regarding state property.
11:46am
Reps. Jorgensen, Milroy, Wachs. Democratic legislators lead efforts to restore justice for Wisconsin veterans. LRB-4436.
10:04am
Sen. Jauch; Reps. Milroy, Bewley, Smith. Northern lawmakers call on federal regulators to address coal shortages. Letter to Surface Transportation Board Chairman.

State Agencies

3:29pm
Survival Coalition. New Wisconsin plan means big and better changes to people with disabilities.
2:50pm
WISDOM. Letter to DOC Sec. Wall regarding Waupun Correctional Institution.
2:30pm
DWD Sec. Newson. Announces new round of Wisconsin Fast Forward grants, $8 million available to employers for customized worker training.
1:22pm
AG Van Hollen. Announces judgment requiring Brown County metal salvage facility owner and operator to pay $20,000 in forfeitures, fees and costs.
1:20pm
DOT. Popular Wisconsin tourist destinations served by general aviation airports.
12:19pm
DOJ. Lancaster man charged with 33 counts of possessing child pornography, sexual exploitation and sexual assault of a child.
12:18pm
DWD. Deputy Secretary highlights governor's worker training initiatives at Watertown employer.
10:54am
DOT. Wisconsin State Patrol to join law enforcement agencies across the country for intensified enforcement of I-90/I-94.
10:13am
DHS. New report details the burden of suicide in Wisconsin.
10:06am
WEDC. Change in state tax credit law expected to help spur development throughout Wisconsin.
5:22am
DWD. Deputy Secretary Barry congratulates two graduates of job training program for people with disabilities,

2:32pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Hulsey's efforts to stop oil tank construction in Superior fail.

Economy/Business

1:59pm
Cargill. To close Milwaukee beef harvest facility; diminished cattle supply cited.
9:49am
Wisconsin Building Trades. Hulsey's plan would kill jobs; building trades oppose appeal of Enbridge project.
7:37am
Bureau of Economic Analysis. GDP: Second quarter 2014.
7:36am
Integrys Group. Exelon's Constellation business acquiring Integrys Energy services to grow competitive retail energy supply business.
6:13am
Wisconsin Energy Corporation. Posts 2014 second quarter and first half results.

1:58pm
Fox 6. Cargill to shut down Milwaukee beef harvest facility, more than 600 workers affected.
12:49pm
La Crosse Tribune. Sediment quagmire stalls 186,700 tons of cargo on Mississippi.
8:06am
Bloomberg. Economy in U.S. grows more than forecast.
5:06am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Small-business optimism fades despite hiring plans.

Courts

4:05pm
Attorney General Holder. Announces Justice Department filings in voting rights cases in Wisconsin and Ohio.
3:58pm
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Ruthelle Frank v. Scott Walker (voter ID) - Brief from the United States as amicus curiae supporting plaintiffs-appellees and urging affirmance.
7:34am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. State v. Donyil Leeiton Anderson, Sr.
7:34am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Amoun Sayaovong.
7:33am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. David V. Moss.

4:03pm
ABC News. Justice Dept. weighs in on OH, WI voting cases.

Education

12:42pm
UW-Stout. Game design program joins new national organization.
12:41pm
School Choice Wisconsin. Malcolm X building still vacant. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
11:04am
Marquette University. History professor receives Way Klingler Sabbatical Award.

5:10am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Students searching for answers to lake's blue-green algae problem.

Local

12:14pm
One Wisconsin Now. Where was Sheriff David Clarke the week of the Sikh Temple shooting.
10:14am
Milwaukee County Sup. Weishan. Pushes ahead with arena resolutions.

5:12am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: City's police and fire unions must start contributing to retirement.
5:09am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Tom Barrett accuses DOC of making Milwaukee 'oversaturated' with sex offenders.
5:07am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Regional surveys show generational divide in highway, transit debate.

Congress

3:48pm
U.S. Rep. Ribble. Says Congress should cancel recess, pass bills to fund the government.
2:52pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Introduces bill to stop child labor overseas.
2:52pm
U.S. Reps. Kind, Moore, Pocan. Call for further action to ensure quality care at VA hospitals serving Wisconsin veterans.
2:01pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Votes for Bring Jobs Home Act.
10:55am
End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin. Wisconsin voices tell Senate Judiciary Committee to prevent domestic violence killings.
10:08am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Applauds announcement that Wisconsin seniors have saved over $202 million on prescription drug costs under Affordable Care Act.
9:33am
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Introduces the UAC State Authority Act.
5:16am
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Statement on Republican lawsuit against President Obama.
5:15am
U.S. Reps. Pocan, Wilson. Introduce Relief for Underwater Student Borrowers Act.

1:34pm
The Hill. House bill would create soda tax.
5:39am
WKOW. Local lawmakers weigh in ahead of expected U.S. House vote on lawsuit against Obama admin.
5:11am
Capital Times. Mark Pocan to introduce another bill aimed at tackling student loan debt.

Federal Agencies

5:19am
Wisconsin Public Radio. FDA backs down on proposal to change how breweries treat spent grain.
5:17am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. EPA hears praise, criticism of new air rules.

Politics

4:24pm
Stroebel for Congress. Releases new TV ad, "Compromise."
4:14pm
Pocan for Congress. Calls on Governor Walker to fulfill open records request on his travel.
1:25pm
RPW. Mary Burke's web of contradictions.
1:24pm
Walker for Governor. Green Bay Press Gazette editorial: Jobs grants meet needs of workers, employers.
1:19pm
One Wisconsin Now. WMC MIA on Walker attacks on Wisconsin business.
12:16pm
DPW. Donors prosper, but small businesses are ignored at Walker's economic disaster corporation.
11:36am
Kremer for State Assembly. Endorsed by three pro-life organizations.
11:07am
Melchert for State Treasurer. Endorsed by the Sun Prairie Star.
10:52am
Leibham for Congress. Wins debate in Fond du Lac.
9:39am
Burke for Governor. Small businesses give Wisconsin a C- ...no wonder we're dead last.
8:01am
Adamczyk for State Treasurer.  Calls on DPI to reform food reimbursements.
7:39am
WMC. Statement on outsourcing debate between Wisconsin gubernatorial candidates.
5:23am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. A dozen legislative and statewide candidates have told CC/WI of their support for non-partisan redistricting reform thus far.

12:50pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Ryan says he'll think about 2016 bid next year.
12:47pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. State chamber issues statement on outsourcing.
12:44pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Leading state business group wades into outsourcing debate.
8:39am
Sun Prairie Star. Editorial: August 12 primary endorsements.
5:35am
CBS 58. Candidate for Congress renews push for stricter gun control.
5:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Despite campaign politics, Gov. Scott Walker should support Trek.
5:20am
Sheboygan Press. GOP nominees on debate hot seat Wednesday.
5:05am
Wisconsin State Journal. Mary Burke attended 96% of school board meetings during last year.

 

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