A review of the impacts to schools in Senate District 18 reveals kids and taxpayers are paying the price for the destructive education policies Feyen supports.
It is time for Green Bay to stop making excuses and start taking simple, concrete steps to make sure every legal voter, regardless of their partisan affiliation.
When asked about equal pay, Brooks said, “If you dig down, there may be a lot of reasons why a man is getting paid more than a woman.”
The Nation reveals the Green Bay City Clerk opposed having a satellite voting location on campus based on her belief ‘students lean more toward the democrats’
Sen. Luther Olsen claims to support education, but his track record tells a different story and local schools are paying the price.
The state refused to undertake several steps to help voters get the IDs they need, including utilizing billboard advertising.
We count on our courts to protect our rights and ensure everyone is treated equally by the law. It’s why they matter so much.
If paying higher tuition means that programs will be put in place to create a campus climate that does not tolerate rape, I will happily pay more.
Dan Feyen supports a massive tax break for the wealthy and corporations that will send an average of $120,000 to Wisconsin millionaires who claim the credit.
New research finds UW–Oshkosh class of 2015 graduates have the highest average debt of graduates from any four year public universities in Wisconsin.
The latest increase in the burden of student debt adds urgency to what has been a defining issue in the 2016 race for the U.S. Senate in Wisconsin.
Sen. Ron Johnson has shown he’s going to stand by Donald Trump, despite mounting evidence his endorsed presidential candidate is a sexual predator.
The only fraud in our elections is partisan politicians like Scott Walker and Donald Trump trying to rig our laws for political gain.
Russ Feingold, Sen. Ron Johnson Match-Up Is Common Sense Versus Uncommon Ignorance on Student Loan Debt Issue
One Wisconsin Institute is releasing a series of video interviews featuring Wisconsin borrowers telling their stories about what student loan debt means to them and their families.
Judge James Peterson issued a ruling in response to mounting evidence that the state of Wisconsin is either unable or unwilling to properly administer the state’s voter ID law.
Sen. Luther Olsen, Who Puts Pie Before Vets and Corporate Cash Before Poisoned Kids Featured Guest at Breakfast Fundraiser for Senate Republican Campaign Committee
Federal Judge James Peterson held a hearing today on the motion of One Wisconsin Institute to suspend the state law in advance of the November election.
Based on his dyspeptic judicial temperament and acts as a judge that have greatly undermined respect and trust in the state’s high court there is little reason to memorialize the tenure of David Prosser.
Donald Trump’s words and actions are disqualifying. Dan Feyen refusing to denounce Trump while asking women to help him raise campaign cash is offensive.
It is clear that Gov. Scott Walker’s administration is either unable or unwilling to properly administer the state voter ID law.
Ron Johnson repeated his opposition to letting borrowers refinance their loans and went on to declare too much financial aid for students was the problem.
A media report details a new scheme to divert public education funding and state tax dollars to unaccountable private voucher schools.
Claims Mix-Up For Failure to Appear in Person at Candidate Forum, But No Excuses for Supporting Cuts to Higher Education, Ignoring Student Loan Debt.
Federal Judge James Peterson has scheduled a hearing for October 12 on One Wisconsin Institute’s filing yesterday requesting the state voter ID law be suspended.
There is no issue with a starker contrast: Democrats want student loan reform and college affordability and Republicans want to starve education.
Recent reporting on Gov. Scott Walker’s administration violating a federal judge's order has spurred the plaintiffs to seek a suspension of the state voter ID law.
Gov. Scott Walker and the Republican-controlled legislature have shown they simply cannot be trusted to fairly and constitutionally administer the voter ID law.
As part of a national day of action, Wisconsin members of the Why Courts Matter coalition visited Ron Johnson’s Milwaukee office to deliver 92 miniature chairs.
The front group for special interests seeking to divert state money to private voucher schools hit the air in its latest attempt to elect legislative allies.