For Immediate Release September 5, 2017 For Further Information Contact: Nick Novak, 608.258.3400...Read More
The Committee on Jobs and the Economy has scheduled a meeting on August 14, 2017 at 03:00 PM....Read More
In a victory for open and transparent government in Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled unanimously today that the Appleton Area School District violated the Open Meetings Law by excluding the public from meetings of a formal book review committee. The case garnered significant statewide interest, with amicus briefs from the Department of Justice and a coalition of the Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council, the Wisconsin Newspapers Association, and the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association.Read More
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"Governor Evers used the partial veto power to create new laws never approved by the legislature. The Court's decision recognizes limits to the partial veto power that will safeguard liberty and uphold the separation of powers." - @RickEsenberg @WILawLiberty #wiright #wipolitics
"Governor Evers used the partial veto power to create new laws never approved by the Legislature," he said in a statement. "The court's decision recognizes limits to the partial veto power that will safeguard liberty and uphold the separation of powers."
Wisconsin DOJ’s lawsuit challenging @BetsyDeVosED rule on allocation of CARES Act funding to private schools is politically motivated and is harmful to private schools and their students who were just as impacted by the pandemic. https://t.co/rtxrrvwXv0