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State of Wisconsin. The State of Wisconsin server has links to the Web pages of Wisconsin state departments and agencies, including the offices of the governor and the attorney general.

Wisconsin Public Service Commission: The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSC) is an independent regulatory agency responsible for the regulation of more than 1,300 Wisconsin public utilities, including those that are municipally owned.

Wisconsin State Legislature. The Wisconsin Legislature’s Web page includes legislators’ homepages and e-mail addresses, session audio feed, text of current bills and acts, a subject index to proposals and enactments, searchable state statutes, and other helpful documents.
WisBar. WISBAR Legal Resources, a service of the State Bar of Wisconsin, provides the text of selected opinions of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, Wisconsin Courts of Appeals, other Wisconsin courts, and the U.S. Supreme Court and federal circuit courts.
The White House. This homepage links to a “briefing room” with a wide variety of current statistics and other information, including recent press releases issued by the president.

Congress. The U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives sites have information about individual offices and other useful information. They also allow you to send e-mail to individual members of Congress.

Legislative Information on the Internet. The Thomas server, maintained by the Library of Congress, contains bill text, summary and status, roll call votes for U.S. Senate and House of Representatives; enacted public laws; the Congressional Record; committee information; a description of the legislative process; and various historical documents.

Energy Information Administration. This site contains all kinds of statistics about energy use and also has information on topics like electric industry restructuring.
Customers First! WFC and its REC members are active in the coalition that maintains this web site. The site includes background information on deregulation issues, press releases and articles from The Wire, the coalition’s newsletter.


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