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Associated Press Wisconsin Daybook for Thursday, Oct. 10.

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Thursday, Oct. 10 8:00 AM University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee annual On the Table event

Location: Golda Meir Library, Milwaukee, WI

Weblinks: http://uwm.edu/, https://twitter.com/UWM

Contacts: Angie Izard, adizard@uwm.edu, 1 414 229 4321

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Thursday, Oct. 10 10:00 AM Dem Rep. Gwen Moore discusses Mamas First Act – Shades of You, Shades of Me discuss the Mamas First Act, via press conference with Democratic Rep. Gwen Moore

Location: Aloft Milwaukee Downtown, 1230 N Old World 3rd St, Milwaukee, WI

Weblinks: https://www.soysom.com

Contacts: Amy Dean, shadesofyoushadesofme@gmail.com, 1 262 945 4901

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Thursday, Oct. 10 10:40 AM Minnesota State Court of Appeals oral arguments on natural gas-fired power plant in Superior, WI – Minnesota State Court of Appeals hears oral arguments on whether or not the proposed $700 million, 525-megawatt natural gas-fired power plant, Nemadji Trail Energy Center in Superior, WI, is required to do an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) in Minnesota

Location: Minnesota Judicial Center, 25 Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, St Paul, MN

Contacts: Minnesota Supreme Court and Appellate Court clerk, 1 651 291 5297

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Thursday, Oct. 10 11:00 AM Constituents ‘urge’ GOP Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner to support lower prescription drug prices – Local patients and constituents hold rally to call on Republican Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner to take action to lower prescription drug prices. Speakers include Citizen Action of Wisconsin Health Care for All Organizer Karen Kirsch, Blue Sky Waukesha President Kristen Hansen, and Waukesha Alderman Aaron Perry

Location: 120 Bishops Way, Brookfield, WI

Weblinks: http://citizenactionwi.org

Contacts: Claire Zautke, claire@citizenactionwi.org, 1 414 940 3375

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Thursday, Oct. 10 11:00 AM MPD provide briefing on recently discovered THC vaping operation – Milwaukee Police Department discuss the THC vaping operation that was recently discovered in a home located on the 4900 block of West Norwich St, via news conference with Milwaukee Police Captains Cassandra Libal and Kristin Riestra, and Milwaukee Health Commission Jeanette Kowalik, who discusses the health risks associated with vaping

Location: Milwaukee Police Department District 1 & Administration, 749 W State St, Milwaukee, WI

Weblinks: http://city.milwaukee.gov/police

Contacts: Sgt. Sheronda Grant, Milwaukee Police Department, sgrant@milwaukee.gov, 1 414 935 7209

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Thursday, Oct. 10 1:00 PM EPA Administrator Wheeler makes water policy announcement – Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler makes a water police announcement, via press conference with EPA Water Assistant Administrator Dave Ross and Regional Administrator Cathy Stepp, and Green Bay, WI Mayor Eric Genrich

Location: Green Bay City Deck, 114 Pine St, Green Bay, WI

Weblinks: http://www.epa.gov, https://twitter.com/EPAgov

Contacts: EPA press, press@epa.gov, 1 202 564 4355

Credentialed media must RSVP to press@epa.gov for further requirements for entry

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Thursday, Oct. 10 7:30 PM Marquette University 2019 Ciszek Lecture – Marquette University 2019 Ciszek Lecture, ‘Digital Transformation – Living in a World With Constant Technical Change’ delivered by Microsoft U.S. State and Local Government Chief Technology Officer Stuart McKee

Location: Varsity Theatre, 1326 W Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI

Weblinks: http://www.marquette.edu

Contacts: Kevin Conway, Marquette University communications, kevin.m.conway@marquette.edu, 1 414 288 4745

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Thursday, Oct. 10 Bradley Whitford celebrates 60th birthday – 60th birthday of Bradley Whitford, American actor known for his appearances in ‘The West Wing’, ‘The Mentalist’, ‘Transparent’, and ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’. His film credits include ‘The Post’, ‘The Good Guys’, and ‘Get Out’

Weblinks: , https://twitter.com/WhitfordBradley

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Friday, Oct. 11 12:15 PM FRB Boston president speaks at University of Wisconsin-Madison symposium – Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren speaks at the University of Wisconsin-Madison symposium

Location: Madison, WI

Weblinks: http://www.bostonfed.org, https://twitter.com/BostonFed

Contacts: Joel Werkema, FRB Boston press, joel.werkema@bos.frb.org, 1 617 973 3510

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Friday, Oct. 11 Marquette University hosts cyber awareness conference – Marquette University Center for Cyber Security Awareness and Cyber Defense hosts ‘Own IT, Protect IT, Secure IT’, in honor of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. During the event, speakers discuss how to build the workforce, fill the pipeline and enhance cybersecurity awareness in organizations

Location: Alumni Memorial Union, 1442 W Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI

Weblinks: http://www.marquette.edu

Contacts: Kevin Conway, Marquette University communications, kevin.m.conway@marquette.edu, 1 414 288 4745

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