Your Right to Know
Aug 1st, 2023 by Elisabeth Lambert
Some districts are reasonable, while others are "nonsensical" argues ACLU attorney.
Jun 5th, 2023 by Jonathan Anderson
Madison Metropolitan School District communications director sought to block release of complaint against him.
Apr 3rd, 2023 by Dee J. Hall
Legislators are able to secretly delay projects they don't like. Transparency is needed.
Your Right To KnowMar 12th, 2023 by Bill Lueders
And chastise those who block transparency.
Feb 1st, 2023 by Bill Lueders
Taxpayers paying for court fights by Vos and Republicans to hide records, pushing total cost to $2 million.
Your Right To KnowJan 2nd, 2023 by Christa Westerberg
State and local governments can improve on open records. Attorney General should lead the way.
Dec 1st, 2022 by Adam Voskuil
Prehn has refused to step down from DNR board.
Oct 4th, 2022 by Jonathan Anderson
More money needed for public records issue, but Kaul and Toney aren't in unison on what should be public.
Jul 4th, 2022 by Bill Lueders
Both Vos and Gableman cited for contempt of court for trashing open records law.
May 3rd, 2022 by John Foust
Court decision opens door to treating deleted emails as open records.
Your Right To KnowMar 31st, 2022 by Richard Niess
Business Court project creates two-tiered justice system. But it's not too late to end it.
Nov 3rd, 2021 by Tony Wilkin Gibart
Natural Resources Board chair resists further public records requests. What is he hiding?