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Tuesday October 21, 2014 - Updated 1:07pm

Legislative

12:10pm
Sen. Carpenter. Demands apology for national Republican official's insult of Wisconsinites.
12:02pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: State aid cuts hit local public schools hard.

12:50pm
Rep. Sargent. Requests audit on state plane usage. Letter to Joint Audit Co-Chairs.

State Agencies

1:07pm
WEDC. 18 businesses named finalists for 2014 Marketplace Governor's Awards.
12:00pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Files open records request for insurance industry lobbying on BadgerCare.
11:31am
OCI. Bulletin to insurers regarding renewal with altered terms.
11:27am
DWD. Deputy Secretary Barry recognizes Festival Foods.
10:50am
DHS. State health officials urge Wisconsin residents to get flu shots to protect against influenza.
10:14am
WEDC, UW-Extension. SBIR Advance second round open for high-tech small businesses.
10:09am
DVA. Never Forgotten: Honoring Wisconsin's veterans.

Economy/Business

11:54am
DWD. BLS September 2014 employment report: State's rate of private-sector job growth ranks 15th best in nation, higher thatn Indiana, Michigan & Ohio.

Statewide

11:30am
UW-Credit Union. Launches fully responsive online banking design.
5:34am
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield. Publishes Community Resource Guides.

5:11am
La Crosse Tribune. Number of Wisconsin births declines for sixth year.

Courts

9:17am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Everett E. Wood.

5:45am
WISC. Milwaukee County to release John Doe emails.
4:58am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Expert: Federal appeals court vacancy could tip balance in upcoming cases.

Local

5:33am
Racine Mayor Dickert. Budget Address 2014 text.

Federal Agencies

4:53am
Fox 11. Timber industry leaders, feds meet to discuss bat's possible 'endangered' listing.

Politics

1:05pm
RPW. Susan Happ disregards domestic abuse victim's plea for tougher sentence.
11:32am
DPW. Congressman Obey to support Democratic candidates throughout Wisconsin.
10:20am
RPW. Files open records request with Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele.
10:16am
Reach Out Wisconsin. To host 79th Assembly District debate.
10:10am
DPW. 10 days of early voting, 10 reasons to vote against Scott Walker.
9:16am
One Wisconsin Now. Walker ad can't hide failing record on higher ed, student loan debt.
5:26am
Bewley for State Senate. Tom Ratzlaff, Mayor of Park Falls, endorses.
5:25am
Libertarian Party of Wisconsin. What about Wisconsin's seniors?

12:30pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker outlines abortion, gay marriage positions.
12:26pm
La Crosse Tribune. Walker talks rail safety, economic recovery, defends voucher schools.
12:05pm
The Hill. RNC Co-Chair: Wisconsin voters not so 'sharp.'
11:59am
Wisconsin State Journal. Republicans call Walker email release 'slimy.'
11:58am
Wisconsin State Journal. Thousands of emails to be released from first 'John Doe' probe of Scott Walker's campaign.
10:28am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Arnold wants to boost employment, education.
10:27am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Jagler eyes jobs, heroin, transportation funding.
10:27am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Jorgensen running again 'because I love my job.'
10:26am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Hebert concerned about where state is headed.
5:51am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: A trip to Scott Walker's parallel universe where Act 10 never happened.
5:50am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Clerks: Early voting resembles presidential race.
5:43am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Entitlements draw sharp contrasts between Grothman, Harris.
5:43am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Editorial: Mark Harris best choice for Congress.
5:39am
Janesville Gazette. Ryan, Zerban deliver polite, pointed remarks in Janesville debate. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
5:38am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. As early voting begins, candidates push turnout efforts.
5:27am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Emily's List ad renews abortion attack on Walker.
5:24am
Capital Times. Editorial: Vote NO on transportation slush fund amendment.
5:12am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Q & A: Walker sees region as key to victory in November.
5:07am
Chippewa Herald. Bernier: Give Workers tools to succeed.
5:05am
La Crosse Tribune. Burke, Walker pushing early voting in Wisconsin.
5:01am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Burke emphasizes voter turnout in Fox Valley.
5:00am
Daily Cardinal. Mary Burke meets with students, hosts teleconference on student issues.
4:57am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Candidates offer differing points on frac sand mining in state Senate race.
4:54am
WKOW. Bill Clinton to campaign with Mary Burke in Wisconsin Friday.
4:51am
WKBT. Governor Walker, Burke campaign as election draws near.

Monday October 20, 2014

Governor

5:09am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Voucher school accountability must be a priority for governor.

Legislative

10:26am
Rep. Shankland. To hold town hall office hours on October 24.

State Agencies

3:00pm
GAB. In-person absentee (early) voting starts today.
12:52pm
DOJ. Madison man charged with being party to the crimes of burglary and theft as a repeat offender.
12:21pm
WEDC. Recycling company plans another expansion in western Wisconsin.
12:20pm
WEDC. Menasha Packaging expanding operations in Wisconsin.
12:18pm
AG Van Hollen. Announces judgment requiring Trempealeau County frac sand mining and processing facility to pay $80,000 in forfeitures, fees, and costs.
12:16pm
DATCP. Seminar to help farms, small businesses understand legal issues.
12:13pm
DATCP. Simple rules for safe ghouls.
5:05am
DNR. Closes Wolf Harvest Zone 5 to hunting and trapping, effective 6:30 p.m., October 20.
5:04am
DNR. Closes Wolf Harvest Zones 1 and 4 to hunting and trapping, effective 6:30 p.m., October 19.

1:03pm
Chippewa Herald. State Claims Board pays only $10,000 after $107,249 error in teacher's retirement benefit calculation.
5:33am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Public has been left waiting too long for emails.
5:03am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin DNR closing 2 more wolf zones.

Economy/Business

4:18pm
MMAC. New jobs numbers reinforce strong economic outlook.
5:24am
Lockheed Martin. Launches future USS Detroit.

Statewide

12:51pm
Wisconsin Realtors Association. Existing home sales flat in September as median prices rise.
12:50pm
Emerge Wisconsin. Announces hiring of new Executive Director.
11:02am
WPS Health Insurance, Green Bay Packers. Garrett Thomas saluted Sunday for Operation Fan Mail.
10:25am
Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. Potawatomi Hotel & Casino joins LGBT Chamber as Gold Founding Member.

5:30am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Obamacare plan rates in Wisconsin to keep pace or decline next year.
4:54am
Daily Reporter. Study: Natural gas shift won't slow climate change.

Courts

8:37am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Campaign coordination suit filed in a way to get favorable judge.

Education

10:30am
UW-Madison. Professor honored for green chemistry research.
10:29am
UW-Madison. See-through sensors open new window into the brain.

Local

1:37pm
Dane County Board. County officials announce community court.
10:28am
Capitol Neighborhoods. Announces priorities for 2015 city budget.

5:31am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Financial offer from frac sand company leaves towns reconsidering lawsuit.

Congress

12:15pm
U.S. Rep. Petri. Recognized by American Society of Landscape Architects for work in Congress.

Politics

4:31pm
Walker for Governor. Campaign releases new web video: "Tuition Freeze."
2:25pm
UW-Madison College Republicans. Mary Burke still won't commit to a two-year tuition freeze.
2:24pm
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Walker's foul photo op.
12:53pm
One Wisconsin Now. The latest Scott Walker bald-faced, hair-raising dissemble.
12:48pm
DPW. 10 days of early voting, 10 reasons to vote against Scott Walker.
12:21pm
Grothman for Congress. Receives "Friend of Grocers" award.
11:30am
Schimel For Attorney General. Susan Happ's televised lie on land contract blows up in her face.
10:27am
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Walker's work problem: Showing up for it.
10:23am
Wisconsin AFL-CIO. Releases new ad campaign in state Senate races.
10:22am
Walker for Governor. Mary Burke's disastrous record on jobs.
10:21am
Walker for Governor. Wisconsin's economy is on a comeback under Governor Scott Walker.
9:05am
RPW. Kicks off statewide early voting efforts with rallies across state.
9:04am
Walker for Governor. Wisconsin Mortgage Bankers Association endorses.
7:34am
Kurtz for Congress. TV ad shakes up race.
5:23am
Happ for Attorney General. Republican smear campaign blows up in its face.

1:05pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Burke to vote early in Madison on Tuesday.
12:54pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. GOP hits Happ on case, depite 7-year sentence.
9:13am
New York Times. Before bigger stage, Walker must win Wisconsin.
7:32am
Fond du Lac Reporter. AG candidates in tight race to replace Van Hollen.
7:31am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Green Bay is a frequent stop for Walker.
5:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Brad Schimel Susan Happ accuse each other of being soft on sex crimes.
5:21am
La Crosse Tribune. Voters head to polls early in Wisconsin.
5:20am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Rep. Ron Kind faces off with veteran of Army, Gulf War in 3rd District.
5:19am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Editorial: Transportation funding must be addressed.
5:17am
Chippewa Herald. Editorial: Vote yes on transportation referendum.
5:16am
La Crosse Tribune. Danou, Weix divided over best way to serve 92nd.
5:14am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker puts miles on state vehicles for job - and campaigning.
5:12am
Chippewa Herald. 7th District candidates take own tacks to heal divide.
5:11am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Wage issue not black-and-white.
5:08am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin's red-blue swings offer a map to victory for each party.
5:01am
Stevens Point Journal. Vandermeer: Nullification 'taken out of context.'
5:00am
Wausau Daily Herald. Editorial: Transportation amendement is no long-term fix.
4:59am
Racine Journal Times. Walker touts tax relief, attacks entitlements at rally.
4:58am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker, Burke hit campaign trail day after last debate. Stevens Point Journal.
4:52am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Our picks to propel Wisconsin forward.

 

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