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Bill proposes partisan meetings be open

9:51 PM, Mar. 14, 2013
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The state Legislature would be required to hold its partisan meetings in the open under a bill to be introduced for the fourth time by Rep. Cory Mason, D-Racine.

Mason said he was once again circulating the bill during "Sunshine Week," a national celebration of open government and freedom of information, in hopes of generating support for a measure. Its co-sponsor is Rep. Dean Kaufert, R-Neenah, who said he believes opening up the so-called caucus meetings is not a partisan issue. Republicans currently control of both the state Assembly and Senate.

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