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AG challenger Kaul lays out positions on lawsuits

Democratic attorney general hopeful Josh Kaul has laid out his position on some hot-button legal issues facing the state Department of Justice, saying he would aim to end some litigation but would defend some GOP-backed statutes.

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Schimel’s elder abuse task force proposes legislation (UPDATE)

A Wisconsin Department of Justice task force on Wednesday released draft legislation designed to protect senior citizens and vulnerable adults from exploitation, including bills that would define new crimes, create penalty enhancers and speed up court proceedings for elderly victims and witnesses.

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Attorney general race ready to heat up

Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel and Democratic challenger Josh Kaul spent the summer quietly sniping at each other as Wisconsin's crowded gubernatorial primary dominated headlines.

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Wall: Walker, Schimel drove me to brink of suicide (UPDATE)

A former Wisconsin prisons director accuses Gov. Scott Walker and Attorney General Brad Schimel of driving him to the edge of suicide in a new book released Friday, extending a long-running feud between him, Walker's office and the state Department of Justice.

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School safety grants to target student mental health

Along with providing additional physical security, the state's second round of school-safety grants, totaling $45 million, will be used to set up school-safety intervention teams and to try to improve students' mental health, Attorney General Brad Schimel announced on Tuesday.

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