Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council
Your Right to KnowAug 8th, 2018 by Larry Gallup
They violate law requiring release of finalists’ names, means less scrutiny of questionable hires.
Your Right to KnowJul 2nd, 2018 by Mark Belling
Are Roggensack and justices claiming they're exempt from state open records law?
Your Right to KnowJun 5th, 2018 by Bill Lueders
Access to public information should not be limited based on who's requesting it.
Your Right to KnowMay 2nd, 2018 by Jonathan Anderson and David Pritchard
34 lawsuits since 1978, mostly about alleged misconduct or ethical lapses by university employees.
Your Right to KnowApr 2nd, 2018 by Christa Westerberg
For Milwaukee, La Crosse and Tomah, stonewalling on health records has endangered people’s health.
Your Right to KnowMar 9th, 2018 by Bill Lueders
Freedom of Information Council's awards go to Gov. Walker and several journalists.
Your Right to KnowMar 3rd, 2018 by Mark Pitsch
Police, schools, statehouse all resistant to open records.
Your Right to KnowFeb 5th, 2018 by John Foust
They are covered by open records laws and often easier to use.
Your Right to KnowJan 4th, 2018 by Jonathan Anderson
After declaring commitment to open records, three different bills restrict it.
Your Right to KnowNov 30th, 2017 by Tom Kamenick and Libby Sobic
MPS the slowest at responding and Madison district charges by far the most.
Your Right to KnowNov 3rd, 2017 by Ernst-Ulrich Franzen
Ernst-Ulrich Franzen's parting message to politicians: "We’ll be watching."
Your Right to KnowOct 2nd, 2017 by Bill Lueders
Suits by citizens now trying to restrict public information.