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WI Personnel Commission Abolished

The Wisconsin Personnel Commission is yet another agency abolished by the state budget. Others include the Revisor of Statutes Bureau and the Sentencing Commission.

From their Web site:

Pursuant to the provisions of the State budget that was recently enacted into law, the Personnel Commission has been abolished and its authority has been distributed between two other state agencies: 1) the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission (WERC) is now responsible for processing Appeals, and 2) the Equal Rights Division (ERD) of the Department of Workforce Development is responsible for processing Complaints.

Thanks to my colleague, Eric Taylor, for pointing this out.