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Posted by Brendan Fischer on October 23, 2014

The Wall Street Journal editorial board's crusade against the enforcement of Wisconsin's campaign finance laws has gone off the rails.

Posted by Brendan Fischer on October 11, 2014

Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen's refusal to defend the GAB could have grave implications for openness in the state.

Posted by Brendan Fischer on October 08, 2014

A tactic used by the ALEC to evade state public records laws has popped up in Florida, prompting a lawsuit against the Orange County mayor for allegedly using an internet dropbox to dodge transparency surrounding the county's latest effort to thwart paid sick days.

Posted by Brendan Fischer on October 06, 2014

Will Wisconsin Supreme Court justices recuse from hearing the Walker criminal probe?

Posted by Brendan Fischer on October 01, 2014

Walker has vowed to call the legislature back into session to pass a new voter ID law if courts don't uphold the measure.

Posted by Brendan Fischer on October 01, 2014

The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) has endorsed WI Governor Scott Walker for reelection.

Posted by Brendan Fischer on September 23, 2014

Two Wisconsin Republicans members of ALEC are claiming that Mary Burke should immediately end her bid for Governor because her jobs plan contained language borrowed from other candidates.

Posted by Brendan Fischer on September 19, 2014

The last-minute reinstatement of Wisconsin's voter ID restrictions will make it harder to vote for tens of thousands of students attending college in Wisconsin.

Posted by Brendan Fischer on September 17, 2014

Wisconsin election officials and advocates are being forced to make an "extraordinary effort" to adjust to voter ID restrictions that were just reinstated by a federal appellate court.

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