In the midst of an official complaint that State Senator Randy Hopper has been living outside his district since his divorce last summer, Hopper's policy adviser advised the media that the Senator is officially living in an apartment in Fond du Lac. The media committed some actual journalism, however, and found that the address given is not, in fact, an apartment, but the $600,000 home of an employee of a radio station that Hopper owns.
It's fortunate for Hopper that he has an employee on whom he can impose who happens to own a nice big house in the district. I hope he's paying rent for the privilege. If not, I hope he declared the value of the lodging on his income tax return and campaign finance reports.