UPDATE: Governor's office says it has no records of communication
A press release sent from the MacIver Institute Wednesday afternoon reported that Gov. Jim Doyle's office said it has no records relating to the decision to pull the Oconomowoc high speed rail stop.
“This keeps getting more and more interesting,” said Brett Healy, president of the John K. MacIver Institute for Public Policy.
Susan Crawford, Governor Doyle’s chief legal counsel, sent a message Sept. 7 that said the office conducted a search for records related to the request and "found no responsive records in the custody of the Governor's Office."
The MacIver Institute said it has yet to receive a response from the Department of Transportation.
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