Conflict claim pending against official as Trempealeau board mulls frac sand moratorium; hearing set on expanded crossbow use; 10 more state stories
WHITEHALL -- A special prosecutor plans to decide in a few weeks whether to file ethics charges against a county supervisor in western Wisconsin over a frac-sand mining proposal. Trempealeau County Board Member David Suchla is accused of using his office to try and help his own business interests.
The issue arises as the Trempealeau County Board is scheduled to vote Monday on a 6- to 12-month frac-sand mining moratorium.
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