How would the open records law proposal have changed transparency of government in Wisconsin? What is the importance of public access to records? Today host Allen Ruff spoke with Bill Lueders to discuss the open records law and freedom of the press.
Is Governor Walker’s get-tough approach with Food Stamp recipients rooting out fraud, or just scapegoating the poor? And what’s with those half a cow sculptures touring the state? The Center for Investigative Journalism’s Bill Lueders and Kate Golden joined the Monday Buzz on May 4th to share their newest stories.
Bill Lueders, director of the Money & Politics Project at the Center for Investigative Journalism, joins 8 O’Clock Buzz host Jonathan Zarov to talk about whether policy makers really care about what people think.
How much should the state and the University keep secret from the public? Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council President Bill Lueders tells us about some threats to the state’s open records law.
MADISON — Candidates for elected office are spending more time and energy raising money to pay for increasingly expensive campaigns. Money & Politics Director Bill Lueders with the Wisconsin Center For Investigative Journalism has found that the press are persona non grata at these events.