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Op-Ed: Why Disciplined Government Workers Should Be Named
Op-Ed

Why Disciplined Government Workers Should Be Named

Some state agencies resist, but Journal Sentinel editorial page editor David Haynes argues the public is better served by full disclosure.

Part 1: Diploma Mills Prey on Milwaukee’s Adult Students
Part 1

Diploma Mills Prey on Milwaukee’s Adult Students

Online high schools promise GEDs, but deliver worthless sheets of paper. Part I of series.

Bill Requiring Background Check On Gun Buyers Won’t Pass

Bill Requiring Background Check On Gun Buyers Won’t Pass

92% of poll respondents favor it, but a high percentage of Wisconsin legislators disagree.

Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen Announces Settlements Worth $310 Million for DRAM Memory Chips
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Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen Announces Settlements Worth $310 Million for DRAM Memory Chips

Consumers who purchased computers, printers, video game consoles, or other electronic devices with DRAM memory could get money from settlements.

Murphy’s Law: Walker’s Sweet Revenge Against John Doe Prosecutors
Murphy’s Law

Walker’s Sweet Revenge Against John Doe Prosecutors

Walker’s office gets to choose the attorneys defending John Chisholm and company from a federal suit.

How Liars Jail the Innocent

How Liars Jail the Innocent

State laws have no standards on police informants, whose wrongful testimony can put innocent people behind bars.

A Frail System: New State Law Conceals Nursing Home Violations
A Frail System

New State Law Conceals Nursing Home Violations

Tort reform puts residents at risk, and makes criminal prosecutions of abuse and neglect more difficult, critics say.