Money laundering complaint filed against Justice Protasiewicz by convicted felon, election denier, alleged stalker
The same election denier and convicted felon who allegedly stalked Elections Commission chair Meagan Wolfe has filed a complaint against Wisconsin Supreme Court Candidate Janet Protasiewicz.
As ever, 2022 was a roller coaster year for open government.
Many states, including Wisconsin, have public records laws. But that doesn’t mean requesters always get the records they seek, or even that the laws are followed.
As Justice Shirley Abrahamson ends her tenure on the Wisconsin Supreme Court, after 43 years and more than 1,300 authored opinions, she leaves a rich legacy of legal scholarship, importantly including her support for government transparency.
When the economy tanked in the late 2000s and early 2010s, even large law firms in Milwaukee, far away from New York, felt the effect.
A Milwaukee firm recently received an award from the Animal Legal Defense fund for its pro bono work.
Christa Westerberg was interested in environmental causes, but knew she didn’t want to be a scientist.
Growing up, Tamara Packard said she wanted to make a difference. She now gets to do that through her work at Pines Bach in Madison.
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