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Attorneys can prepare briefs but plaintiffs can’t see documents
The attorneys for plaintiffs in an open records lawsuit brought by four news organizations and a former Lakeland Times reporter against the state Assembly and its chief clerk have been given access to the documents they requested related to last year’s sexual harassment investigation of Rep. Staush Gruszynski (D-Green Bay).
But the access is only so they can prepare briefs in the case, and the documents cannot even be shared with the plaintiffs themselves.
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