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Schimel moved him to a different position and put him on paid leave to avoid any conflicts with the Lincoln Hills probe. Wall sought to get his old job back by writing a letter to Walker's chief of staff, Rich Zipperer, and giving him a draft of a workplace complaint he was considering filing. Wall sent the material ...
Leibham noted that the governor's chief of staff, Rich Zipperer, has offered conceptual support for the proposal that would increase the limit to $3.5 million per project. A final agreement on the number is expected to come following a revenue estimate from the Legislative Fiscal Bureau in January. Until new ...

Leibham noted that the governor's chief of staff, Rich Zipperer, has offered conceptual support for the proposal that would increase the limit to $3.5 million per project. A final agreement on the number is expected to come following a revenue estimate from the Legislative Fiscal Bureau in January. Until new ...
Scott Walker's chief of staff, Rich Zipperer, asking that the governor's office intervene in DOJ's decision to reassign Wall to another post at the agency, instead of letting him remain as head of the DOJ's Division of Criminal Investigation. Wall had been DCI administrator before he was appointed state DOC ...
The apparent breakthrough came after three of the four — Steve Nass, Duey Stroebel and Chris Kapenga — met with Walker's chief of staff Rich Zipperer, a former senator, on Friday. The start of debate was delayed at least two hours to facilitate the meeting. Walker has broad veto powers and could ...
Madison — Former state Corrections secretary Ed Wall knowingly sought to evade Wisconsin's open records law, a state panel found in upholding his firing. In a six-page opinion this month, the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission threw out Wall's appeal of his dismissal from a backup job by ...

Walker's staff apparently received advance word of Prosser's resignation. Records obtained by Isthmus show that Brian Schimming, a state housing agency director and a close associate of Prosser, texted Walker chief of staff Rich Zipperer the night before the justice's announcement, asking “to chat on non ...
Scott Walker's chief of staff Rich Zipperer, alerting him that he planned to appeal what he claims was an illegal demotion at DOJ. In the letter he suggested Zipperer could shred the letter to avoid it being subject to the public records law. Wall resigned as Corrections secretary in January amid a state and ...
“I know that you didn't want me sending this electronically or to the office because of the records issue, so I elected instead to send it to your home in writing and would ask that you feel free to shred it once you've looked it over,” Wall wrote to Walker chief of staff Rich Zipperer. “I understand the concern the ...
Deputy chief of staff and former legislator Rich Zipperer will take Schutt's place on Sept. 4, the statement said. “I'd like to express my sincerest gratitude to Eric,” Walker said in a statement. “He will be greatly missed. Eric has always displayed great integrity and strength in leadership and is an inspiring force ...
Attorney General Brad Schimel fired him in April 2016 after he sent a letter to the home of Walker's chief-of-staff, Rich Zipperer, asking for help ...
Leibham noted that the governor's chief of staff, Rich Zipperer, has offered conceptual support for the proposal that would increase the limit to ...
Scott Walker's chief of staff, Rich Zipperer, asking that the governor's office intervene in DOJ's decision to reassign Wall to another post at the ...
... Walker's chief of staff Rich Zipperer, a former senator, on Friday. The start of debate was delayed at least two hours to facilitate the meeting.
Wall wrote Rich Zipperer at his home address and suggested that the chief of staff should "feel free to shred" the letter after reading it so no ...
... close associate of Prosser, texted Walker chief of staff Rich Zipperer the night before the justice's announcement, asking “to chat on non work ...
... your home in writing and would ask that you feel free to shred it once you've looked it over,” Wall wrote to Walker chief of staff Rich Zipperer.

Gov. Scott Walker talks with Wisconsin State Journal reporters about his vetoes to the 2013-2015 state budget in his state Capitol office in ...
Attorney General Brad Schimel fired him in April 2016 after he sent a letter to the home of Walker's chief-of-staff, Rich Zipperer, asking for help ...
Attorney General Brad Schimel fired him in April 2016 after he sent a letter to the home of Walker's chief-of-staff, Rich Zipperer, asking for help ...
Three holdout senators — Steve Nass, Duey Stroebel and Chris Kapenga — were meeting with Walker's chief of staff Rich Zipperer, a former ...
So did his chief of staff, Rich Zipperer, and Hogan. They knew of Gou's statements earlier in the year that Foxconn was considering spending ...
Former state Sen. Rich Zipperer is paid $113,817 as Gov. Scott Walker's chief of staff, for example. Former Assembly Speaker Mike Huebsch is ...
Wall wrote Rich Zipperer at his home address and suggested that the chief of staff should "feel free to shred" the letter after reading it so no ...
Former state Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen asked then-Department of Corrections chief Ed Wall to give his wife a job, Wall said Wednesday.
... close associate of Prosser, texted Walker chief of staff Rich Zipperer the night before the justice's announcement, asking “to chat on non work ...
... close associate of Prosser, texted Walker chief of staff Rich Zipperer the night before the justice's announcement, asking “to chat on non work ...
I met with the governor and with (his Chief of Staff) Rich Zipperer and said, 'Communities can't wait this long to get answers. We need to have a ...
... your home in writing and would ask that you feel free to shred it once you've looked it over,” Wall wrote to Walker chief of staff Rich Zipperer.
But the letter mailed by former corrections secretary Ed Wall to the home of Walker aide Rich Zipperer was released Thursday to the Milwaukee ...
The aides in the meeting included Administration Secretary Scott Neitzel; chief of staff Rich Zipperer; communications director Jocelyn Webster; ...
4 will be Rich Zipperer, who had been deputy chief of staff since 2012. Walker expressed gratitude to Schutt, who became chief of staff 10 ...
Eric Schutt, a former legislative aide and lobbyist, will be replaced by Rich Zipperer, Walker's deputy chief of staff and a former state senator.
Rich Zipperer on Wednesday as his new deputy chief of staff and senior legal counsel, a move that will temporarily put Republicans further in ...
Scott Walker's chief of staff Rich Zipperer to return to his old job as administrator of the state Division of Criminal Investigation.
That was done to protect the integrity of an investigation into abuse at the Department of Corrections' juvenile prison, Lincoln Hills School for Boys.
Scott Walker's chief of staff, Rich Zipperer. He wrote that Zipperer should "feel free to shred" what he had sent him.
Walker's selection team - consisting of Rich Zipperer, the governor's chief of staff; Michael Brennan, chair of his Judicial Selection Advisory Committee; and Andrew Hitt, former deputy legal counsel - seemed to avoid other applicants who raised ...
Wisconsin's veterans agency has begun to outline new rules for how counties can apply for state money to help local vets. The development follows a meeting Thursday between the state Dept.
Chris Danou (D-Trempealeau) and Nick Milroy (D-South Range) and Walker's chief of staff, Rich Zipperer, came a week after the legislators requested the governor and DNR secretary "immediately develop a comprehensive plan" to address the spread of the ...
Scott Walker's chief of staff, Rich Zipperer. "I understand the concern the administration has over creating records, Rich, but I can't let that harm me or my family worse than we've already been harmed.
Wall was fired last week in connection with a letter he sent last month to Gov. Scott Walker's chief of staff Rich Zipperer, alerting him that he planned to appeal what he claims was an illegal demotion at DOJ. In the letter he suggested Zipperer could ...
Wall was fired last week in connection with a letter he sent last month to Gov. Scott Walker's chief of staff Rich Zipperer, alerting him that he planned to appeal what he claims was an illegal demotion at DOJ. In the letter he suggested Zipperer could ...
DOJ released a letter to the media late last month that Wall sent to the home of Walker's chief-of-staff, Rich Zipperer, about a week after the demotion asking for help to get his investigation administrator's job back. He told Zipperer he would ...
DOJ released a letter to the media late last month that Wall sent to the home of Walker's chief-of-staff, Rich Zipperer, about a week after the demotion asking for help to get his investigation administrator's job back. He told Zipperer he would ...
But the letter mailed by former corrections secretary Ed Wall to the home of Walker aide Rich Zipperer was released Thursday to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel through the open records law, showing that Zipperer hadn't taken Wall up on the offer.
Rich Zipperer, is now the governor's chief of staff. Of the four top Senate Republicans in 2011, only one - Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald - still has that position.
Almost two weeks later, Walker's Chief of Staff Rich Zipperer sent Wall a memo. Patrick said that Dec. 2, 2015, document proves that was the first time Walker was made aware of just how bad and widespread the abuse was inside the schools.


 

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