Yesterday, the Wisconsin Supreme Court issued a decision which will hinder the ability to recover attorney fees for people who bring open records lawsuits. Open government advocates, and three of the court’s justices, contend the decision will have a chilling effect on transparency in state and local government.
This week on Transparency Talk, our contributors Jonah Chester and Tom Kamenick, founder of the Wisconsin Transparency Project, unpack the decision and what it means for government transparency in Wisconsin.
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