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Term: Hanaway, Donald J. 1933

Definition: (Rep.): Born Stevens Point, December 25, 1933; married; 4 children. Grad. Edgewood High School; B.B.A. UW-Madison School of Commerce 1958; LL.B. UW-Madison 1961. Attorney. Former state senator. Served in Army 1954-56. Member Wisconsin and Dane Co. Bar Associations. Former member Wis. Acad. of Trial Lawyers; Brown Co. Legal Aid (former dir.); De Pere Historical Society (former dir.); De Pere Chamber of Commerce (former sec.). Brown Co. assistant district attorney 1963-64; Special Prosecutor 1967-68; De Pere city attorney 1965-72, 1976-79; Mayor 1972-74. Elected to Senate in July 10, 1979 spec. election; reelected 1980 and 1984. Assistant Minority Leader 1981-82. Elected attorney general 1986. Organized "Alliance for a Drug-Free Wisconsin" to set up local anti-drug coalitions throughout state and "Justice for Senior Consumers" program to prevent elderly fraud; established justice department management plan and access policy to prevent undue influence on Attorney General's office. Member State Board of Commissioners of Public Lands; State Board of Canvassers; State Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse; American Bar Association National Resource Center for Child Advocacy and Protection (advisory board); U.S. Dept. of Justice Executive Working Group on Prosecutorial Relations; National Association of Attorneys General and its Committees on Elderly and the Law (chm., 1988-present), Consumer Protection, Criminal Law, Agriculture and Rural Legal Affairs, and Indian Affairs (working group). Telephone (Capitol): (608) 266-1221. Mailing address (office): Room 114 East, State Capitol, Madison 53702. (Blue Book 1989-90)

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