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Open-records rollback wiped away
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MADISON (AP) - The Wisconsin Senate voted unanimously Tuesday to erase a dramatic rollback of the state's open records law that Gov. Scott Walker's office helped add to the state budget. The Legislature's finance committee slipped language into the budget late Thursday night that would have shielded from the law nearly everything state and local government officials create, including drafts of legislation and staff communications.