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Tag Archives: Public Service Commission

Evers re-hires Walker appointees in lame-duck fight

Gov. Tony Evers on Wednesday re-hired dozens of Republican appointees he fired last week after a judge invalidated their legislative confirmations, marking another twist in the tangled legal battle over whether lawmakers were within their rights when they met for a lame-duck session last year.

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Judges blow wind farm case toward Supreme Court

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A panel of appellate judges has asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court to decide whether state regulators properly approved a huge wind farm in southern Minnesota. State regulators in Wisconsin and Minnesota gave Wisconsin Power & Light permission in 2009 to build the farm just north of Albert Lea. The $450 million farm began operations in early ...

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Court revokes former regulator’s law license

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The state Supreme Court has revoked a former state utility regulator’s law license. The state Office of Lawyer Regulation recommended the court revoke Willie J. Nunnery of his license for numerous instances of professional misconduct, including failing to pursue clients’ cases and failing to cooperate with OLR investigators. The court ruled Tuesday that the facts support ...

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