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Latest Scott Walker Items
Judge issues order reinstating halt of investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's recall campaign.
A federal judge on Tuesday blocked a secret investigation into possible illegal coordination between conservative groups and recent recall campaigns in Wisconsin, including the 2012 effort to oust Republican Gov. Scott Walker.
Prosecutors investigating Gov. Scott Walker's 2012 recall campaign and conservative groups that supported him won a victory Wednesday with a federal appeals court ruling that, at least for now, blocks a judge's ruling that halted the probe.
Gov. Scott Walker may have scored a major win in an ongoing court battle over his 2012 recall campaign but he says he doesn't view the victory as vindication.
A federal judge's decision to halt a secret investigation into illegal coordination between conservative groups and Republican Gov. Scott Walker's recent recall campaign could have far-reaching implications for campaign finance law.
A federal court ruling that halted an investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's recall campaign and other conservative groups has wide-ranging implications. Here are five things to know about the ruling:
Former D'Iberville City Manager Michael Janus will be sentenced on June 24 in Hattiesburg before U.S. District Judge Keith Starrett.
A Madison judge who halted Republican Gov. Scott Walker's public union restrictions has decided to retire.
The University of Wisconsin System's decision to hire a confidant of Gov. Scott Walker to a newly created, high-paying job raised concerns among at least two members of the Board of Regents, according to emails obtained by The Associated Press under the state's open records law.