Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council
Your Right to KnowJul 1st, 2020 by Bill Lueders
Law allows unnecessary delays for release of data.
Your Right to KnowJun 1st, 2020 by John Foust
More live-streamed government meetings, court hearings. But why do some erase recordings?
Your Right to KnowMay 1st, 2020 by Natalie A. Harris
The president's campaign is suing a local television station in Rhinelander for running a political ad that allegedly defamed him.
Your Right To KnowApr 6th, 2020 by Bill Lueders
State and local governments meeting virtually; no complaints from public about access.
Your Right to KnowMar 16th, 2020 by Bill Lueders
Plaudits for Abrahamson, others. A “Nopee” for secretive state Legislature.
Your Right to KnowMar 7th, 2020 by Matt Rothschild
Last minute notices of meetings assures that legislation is passed with little or no public input.
Your Right to KnowFeb 6th, 2020 by Sheila Plotkin
Some legislators charge more than $100 to forward digital records. Is that open records?
Your Right to KnowJan 2nd, 2020 by Christa Westerberg
Bipartisan bill requires government pollution test results to be disclosed in a timely fashion.
Your Right to KnowDec 3rd, 2019 by Larry Gallup
Some governments refuse anonymous requests for open records. That’s illegal. And anti-democratic.
Your Right to KnowNov 4th, 2019 by Tom Kamenick
How you can make sure government meetings and records remain open to the people.
Your Right to KnowOct 2nd, 2019 by Bill Lueders
Evers Administration excludes right-wing news service from receiving media notifications and shutdown a website to track open records requests.
Your Right to KnowSep 3rd, 2019 by Jonathan Anderson
Charging citizens making open records requests means less scrutiny of government.