MILWAUKEE (WTAQ) - One of the targets in the John Doe probe into the state recall elections says it needs three more weeks to decide which of its documents should be made public.
A number of reports have come out about allegations that Governor Scott Walker and other top Republicans illegally coordinated the campaigns of GOP recall elections in 2011 and '12 -- including the governor himself. Walker has denied any wrongdoing.
One of the groups that was under investigation -- the Wisconsin Club for Growth -- has had about a month to work with prosecutors to decide which records should be unsealed.
Judge Rudolph Randa's latest deadline is Thursday -- but the Club for Growth says it's "infeasible" to review about 3,000 records that are being challenged for release.
No one has been charged in the matter.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)