Wisconsin Public Records Law

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Courts: Covered
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Advisory Committees: Covered
  
 
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Any person can request records, although committeed and incarcerated people may have limitations. Each agency is required to designate one or more people to recieve records and post information on how to submit a request. Oral requests are fine unless the custodian does not maintain regular office hours where the records are kept. Written requests must reasonably describe the records. There is no specific deadline for response, but they must be issued "without delay". Search fees can be charged if the actual, necessary, and direct cost of locating records exceeds $50. Copying fees can be charged for the actual, necessary, and direct costs incurred. 
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Latest revision as of 19:37, January 13, 2012

Contents

Short Description

Who is covered?

Governor: Covered

Legislature: Covered

Courts: Covered

Advisory Committees: Covered

What is the process like?

Any person can request records, although committeed and incarcerated people may have limitations. Each agency is required to designate one or more people to recieve records and post information on how to submit a request. Oral requests are fine unless the custodian does not maintain regular office hours where the records are kept. Written requests must reasonably describe the records. There is no specific deadline for response, but they must be issued "without delay". Search fees can be charged if the actual, necessary, and direct cost of locating records exceeds $50. Copying fees can be charged for the actual, necessary, and direct costs incurred. 

Most recent changes?

Legislation

The following are bills introduced in 2011:

Articles, Blog Posts, etc

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