Dec 02, 2015

Supreme Court won't restart probe of Walker recall campaign | News OK

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Wisconsin Supreme Court refused Wednesday to reconsider its decision to end the so-called John Doe investigation into Republican Gov. Scott Walker's recall campaign, but backed off an order to destroy evidence in the probe. No one was charged in the probe, which focused on whether Walker's campaign illegally coordinated with outside conservative groups on issue ads, but...

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