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State agency lags on records compliance

Department of Administration takes a long time to respond, especially to journalists

6:33 PM, Mar. 10, 2013
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What did Mike Huebsch, secretary of the state Department of Administration, know about the circumstances under which a key DOA official abruptly resigned?

That's what Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Jason Stein was wondering when he put in a request, under the state's open records law, for emails and text messages sent or received by Huebsch regarding deputy secretary Cindy Archer, around the time of her departure.

Archer quit her job in August 2011. A month later, the FBI raided her Madison home, amid a secret John Doe probe into alleged illegal activity during Gov. Scott Walker's ...

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