DOJ lawsuit seeks order declaring that Wisconsin Election Commission Administrator Meagan Wolfe is lawfully holding over in her current position.
Kaul held press conferences in both Waukesha and Middleton Tuesday.
Wisconsin DOJ has re-allocated $1,340,000 in American Rescue Plan Act (APRA) funds slated for crime lab evidence to extend the operations of OSS.
Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul filed a motion and brief Monday asking the Dane County Circuit Court to enter final judgment.
Wisconsin Department of Justice officials said Attorney General Kaul strongly believes that those who committed crimes in an effort to unlawfully subvert the outcome of an election should be held accountable.
Wisconsin and law enforcers nationwide announce enforcement sweep to stem tide of illegal telemarketing calls
Wisconsin’s actions build on the work of its state and federal partners including the FTC, which announced five new cases against companies and individuals responsible for distributing or assisting in the distribution of billions of illegal telemarketing calls to consumers nationwide.
By Steve Schuster [email protected] Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul announced Friday the final approval of $17.3 billion in opioid agreements with drug makers Teva and Allergan and pharmacies CVS and Walgreens. Following successful state sign-on and subdivision sign-on periods, the defendants have committed to the deal and will start releasing funds to a national administrator [&hel[...]
The JFC motion approved $10 million increase, $82 million short of Ever's request. Funding of 3 additional forensic toxicologists at the state crime labs approved.
Wis. Attorney General Kaul urges FCC to clarify rules concerning consent for telemarketing robocalls and texts
The FCC is proposing to amend its rule concerning consent to close a so-called “lead generator loophole.”
Across the country, PFAS contamination is often found at military bases, firefighting training centers, civilian airports, and industrial facilities.
Wisconsin ranked number one throughout the country for the most prescription medications collected during the Spring 2023 Drug Take Back.
The State Bar of Wisconsin doesn't "want to generally move forward with administrative proceedings while criminal proceedings are pending," Kaul said.
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