In 2012, state Assembly leaders proposed raising the per diem payments for members who go to the Capitol on official business.
Each year, as state law requires, the Wisconsin Department of Administration produces a “Contractual Services Purchasing Report.”
Gov. Scott Walker’s prediction regarding the vast sums spent in the recent gubernatorial elections can be summed up with: This, too, shall pass.
Here’s one overlooked virtue of government transparency: More often than not, it shows public officials acting with good intentions.
Congressional members and candidates must disclose their personal financial assets as a check on possible conflicts of interest.
Few people in Wisconsin have been more forceful than Robin Vos in demanding changes to the state’s Government Accountability Board, which oversees elections, campaign finance, ethics and lobbying.
Gov. Scott Walker and the Republicans rode to victory in the Nov. 4 elections because they got more votes. Period.
Matt Neumann needs only one word to describe Wisconsin’s recent record on renewable energy: “rotten.”
Every scandal needs a name. This one is Dispensergate.
Any lingering doubts about the nonpartisan bona fides of Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, the state campaign finance watchdog, should be annihilated by Mike McCabe’s new book, “Blue Jeans in High Places.”
A Sept. 5 report on Wisconsin Public Television’s “Here and Now” program called Republican state Rep. Amy Loudenbeck’s district “a microcosm of the state of Wisconsin.”
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