Wisconsin transparency legislation
Here you will find a collection of transparency legislation in Wisconsin.
We do not currently have any legislation from Wisconsin in 2011. To add some, please see WikiProject Proposed state sunshine legislation.
Here is a list of transparency legislation for Wisconsin in 2010:
|Assembly Bill 340||Current Status:(Died in Assembly Criminal Justice Committee on 04/28/2010)|
Assembly Bill 340 is one of a series of bills that was designed to limit access to the Wisconsin Circuit Court Automation Program. AB 340 allows individuals who have an eviction record or wrongful conviction to be removed from the system if the circuit court did not reach a conviction or a civil liability judgment. This would have been done by having the individual file a request with the Director of the Wisconsin State Court System. Template:2.default
|Assembly Bill 612||Current Status: Died in (Health, Health Insurance, Privacy, Property Tax Relief, and Revenue Committee)|
Assembly Bill 612 would block public and media access to 911 recording and release a transcript of the recording instead of the actual audio tape. 
|Assembly Bill 663||Current Status: (04/28/2010 Failed in State Affairs and Homeland Security Committee)|
Assembly Bill 663, proposed by Representative Marlin Schneider would modify the states Consolidated Court Automation Program, which currently provides the public with access to all court cases in the state of Wisconsin. The new law would only allow affirmative disclosure of cases in which the individuals being charged were found guilty or assessed a fine or penalty. The bill is intended to protect individuals who have been found innocent from being persecuted for involvement in legal battles. 
- Wisconsin Assembly Bill 739 (2008) prohibits state agencies from including earmarks and non-fiscal policy items in the budget.
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