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Margaret Daun

Margaret Daun, Corporation Counsel for Milwaukee County.

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Supervisor Peggy West: Time to Hold Drug Makers Accountable
Press Release

Supervisor Peggy West: Time to Hold Drug Makers Accountable

"I know the needless pain and suffering caused by this epidemic, because I have experienced it first hand as a family member of someone who overdosed."

MKE County: Bill Targets Milwaukee’s Segregation
MKE County

Bill Targets Milwaukee’s Segregation

Landlords would be nudged to accept federal housing vouchers. Many testified against bill.

County Board Authorizes Lawsuit Against Opioid Drug Makers
Press Release

County Board Authorizes Lawsuit Against Opioid Drug Makers

The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner is predicting more than 325 opioid related deaths in 2017.

County Board Considers Lawsuit Against Opioid Drug Makers
Press Release

County Board Considers Lawsuit Against Opioid Drug Makers

The resolution specifies that outside counsel would only be compensated if Milwaukee County receives a financial benefit as a result of any claims made against a company.

Court Watch: County, Insurer Fight Over $6.7 Million Claim
Court Watch

County, Insurer Fight Over $6.7 Million Claim

$6.7 million awarded to sexually assaulted county jail inmate, will insurance cover it?

Eyes on Milwaukee: Will County Give Pension to State?
Eyes on Milwaukee

Will County Give Pension to State?

Board approves work group to study state takeover of pension system.

Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele Announces Appointment of Margaret Daun as Corporation Counsel
Press Release

Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele Announces Appointment of Margaret Daun as Corporation Counsel

Ms. Daun comes to Milwaukee County with diverse experience in the public and private sectors.

New City Law Fails to Help Black Contractors

Contribution to Tom Barrett of $100

New City Law Fails to Help Black Contractors

New City Law Fails to Help Black Contractors

2012 ordinance aimed to give more access but only 1 of 125 contracts went to black-owned businesses.