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March 30
· UW-Madison: Low-power computers could benefit environment and U.S. economy
· WIEG: Minnesota Power's rate hikes a preview of "25 x 25"
· Wisconsin Alliance of Cities: Alliance members vote to merge with League of Municipalities
· Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation: Memo to Assembly Committee on Rural Economic Development re: Oppose AB 628
· Wisconsin Federation of Nurses and Health Professionals: Launches Web site calling for legislation to ban mandatory overtime for Wisconsinís healthcare workers
· Wisconsin Job Watch: Continued gains fuel hope for economic recovery
March 29
· AG Van Hollen: Columbia County property owner ordered to pay $30,675 for violations of state wetland protection laws
· Dept. of Transportation: New license plate promotes Milwaukee Brewers in Wisconsin
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Seafood fraud investigation inspectors find overcharges up to $23.00 per pound for seafood
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Vouchers for Microsoft-Wisconsin Cy Pres settlement sent to eligible public schools
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Closed, Friday, April 2, furlough day
· Gov. Doyle, Milwaukee Mayor Barrett: Announce $1 million Milwaukee jobs project
· Gov. Doyle: Announces $10.3 million in state funds to improve county highways
· Gov. Doyle: Announces $13.6 million to assist over 2,800 dislocated workers statewide
· Gov. Doyle: Announces $3 million in state funds to improve town roads, municipal streets
· Historic Milwaukee Inc.: Gives full day intensive course for volunteers
· Linetec: shares architectural finishing expertise, enhances visual navigation and content
· Marshall & Ilsley: M&I announces extension of foreclosure moratorium
· Northwestern Mutual: Teens' money habits influenced most by parents, not friends or celebs
· Public Service Commission: Moratorium for heating season coming to an end
· Rep. Black: Seeks health insurance coverage for stop-smoking treatments
· Rep. Grigsby: Wisconsin Family Jobs Act moving in the Wisconsin Legislature
· Reps. Clark, Mason: Introduce bill reestablishing Wisconsin Conservation Corps
· UW-Madison: Costume designer featured as UW-Madison artist in residence
· UW-Madison: Particle accelerator ready to attempt record-breaking collisions
· WIEG: Minnesota utility: 19 percent rate hike to help pay for energy mandates
· Wisconsin Farmers Union: Spring tour
March 26
· AG Van Hollen: Obtains judgment against Athletic Club of Madison and its owner, Mario Chmiel
· DCI Cheese Company: To reintroduce Liederkranz cheese
· International Interior Design Association: Interior Perspectives & Celebrate In Design
· MGS Mfg. Group: Builds new clean room facility
· Milwaukee Press Club: Newsmaker Luncheon to feature new MPS superintendent
· RAMAC: Begins radio campaign supporting KRM, transit
· Shared Success: Networking with results!
· USDA: Program offers 100-percent financing for Wisconsin homebuyers

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