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From 2014-15 WMCA President Karen Weinschrott WCMC

Greetings to All,

The Joint Legislative Audit Committee held a Public Hearing on Wednesday, January 14th in Madison as a result of the December 2014 GAB Audit Report. Over 100 clerks emailed written testimony to the Committee and 25 clerks were in attendance at the hearing. Kudos to all who were able to participate in one way or the other. I provided written and oral testimony on behalf of the WMCA.
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Picture: 2014-2015 WMCA President Karen Weinschrott WCMC

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