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Wisconsin court's open records ruling decried as gutting law

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The court ruled 4-3 that if an entity decides to release records after being sued, the requester can be awarded attorneys fees only if a court issues a ruling. The court's three liberals said the ruling will frustrate the goal of the 40-year-old law.
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Wisconsin court's open records ruling decried as gutting law

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Wisconsin Supreme Court's conservative majority on Wednesday issued a ruling limiting when people who sue over open records requests can recover attorney's fees, a decision that the court's liberals and advocates for open government decried as gutting the law.

1 month ago·United States
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Wisconsin court's open records ruling decried; 'dark day for transparency'

The Wisconsin Supreme Court's conservative majority on Wednesday issued a ruling limiting when people who sue over open records requests can recover attorney's fees.

1 month ago·Milwaukee, United States
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Wisconsin court's open records ruling a "dark day for transparency" - CBS News • ChronLAW.com

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