“Anyone supporting Gov. Scott Walker’s drug testing scheme ought to be at the front of the line to get drug tested themselves.”
We’re asking you to call, write or email your state legislators and urge them to support this common sense plan and include it in the state budget.
Amendment to Allow Student Loan Borrowers to Refinance, Just Like You Can With a Mortgage, Would Put State on Road to Reform.
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Internal documents leaked and reported on by the media have invited new scrutiny of the activities of the $900 million Bradley Foundation
Career Politician Scott Walker Supported Budgets Hiking Tuition 56 Percent in State Legislature, Imposed 30 Percent State Funding Cut as Governor.
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke says he’s leaving the job he never shows up to in Wisconsin in order to join Donald Trump in Washington D.C.
Scott Walker’s latest scheme would undermine protections for Wisconsinites from predatory for-profit colleges at a time when it is needed more than ever.
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As a result, groups like GLAAD and the progressive One Wisconsin Now have responded with long lists of Clarke's vitriol.
Stand up for the First Amendment. Sign the Petition to Tell Legislators to Oppose Wisconsin Assembly Bill 299.
The U.S. Senate should delay action on Donald Trump’s nominees until mounting questions about his administration are resolved
Scott Walker & Ron Johnson but have nothing to say about their party’s leader handing over classified information to one of our nation’s biggest enemies, Russia.
Savion Castro, a UW-Madison student who testified against the bill for liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now, said it would limit “my First Amendment right."
"The only people more surprised than Democrats that Trump won the Electoral College last year were Scott Walker's establishment Wisconsin Republicans," said Scot Ross.
Gov. Scott Walker’s Wisconsin Republican Party gathers for their convention this weekend, at the same time students graduate from UW schools across the state.
“What this bill is is a systematic and coordinated attempt to attack the First Amendment and free speech rights and intimidate students and faculty,” he said.
“It’s worse than big government, it’s Big Brother,” said Scot Ross with the liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now.
The real electoral fraud is partisan politicians manipulating the rules on voting to gain an unfair partisan advantage.
Savion Castro, a UW-Madison senior who works for the liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now, said there’s a difference between hosting a conservative speaker like Vos — whom he would welcome —...
Not only would this bill expel students for using their constitutional right to free speech, but also it could inhibit professors from conducting research.
Scot Ross tweeted that Gallagher "refuses to do town halls, only talks to right wing radio, so media should ignore his one-way communications."
One Wisconsin Now filed an open records request, and learned Schimel was spending way more than $10,000.
Giving some rich kid who's had every advantage imaginable $5,000 that could go to someone where it might make [a] difference is a complete failure of priorities.
Bradley even has an enemies list. The groups are a mixture of good government groups, media groups, public relations firms, and funding organizations.
One Wisconsin Now obtained documents through an open records request Tuesday that show the state Department of Justice has spent nearly $53,000.
In four years, the Wisconsin Department of Justice has spent more than $50,000 on promotional items according to One Wisconsin Now.
Records show in the last four years of Republican control at the Department, taxpayers have footed the bill for more than $50,000 in promotional swag.
We’re raising the alarm now, and urging you to put Scott Walker and his gang in the legislature on notice that we’re watching them.
Kevin Nicholson, who is now considering a U.S. Senate run as a Republican, is raising serious questions about his credibility and trustworthiness.
A study by One Wisconsin Institute revealed that on average, a graduate with a bachelor's degree will take 21 years to repay their student loans.
We are proud to have made the Bradley Foundation’s enemies list and we have every intention of remaining on it.
An internal Bradley document compiles... an enemies list, of sorts. Making the list were two Wisconsin groups, One Wisconsin Now and the Center for Media and Democracy.
Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives voted today to approve legislation that will take health care away from millions of Americans.
“This is an attempt to squelch speech on campus,” argues One Wisconsin Now executive director Scot Ross.
Students could be expelled from a state university or technical college for organizing a protest to “dissuade” speakers from appearing on campuses.
Analiese Eicher: A most unhappy anniversary – Five years since student loan debt in US reached $1 trillion
The bad news is if our leaders continue to fail to act, we’ll be facing $2 trillion day soon.
But Jenni Dye, research director for liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now, liked Burns’ chances.
But the liberal group One Wisconsin Now said the GOP lawmakers behind the bill were the fragile snowflakes.
Cue another ethics complaint, this time from liberal group One Wisconsin Now.
For 23 years Charlie Sykes’ radio show was the loudest megaphone allowing right-wing Wisconsin Republicans to foment racial division.
A video has surfaced of Ed Soliday angrily reveals that similar legislation passed in Indiana which went into effect in 2015 “hasn’t saved a penny.”
But Jenni Dye, research director for liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now, said Burns has a good chance.
Republican Rep. Jesse Kremer admitted “I agree” with critics who call his Campus Speech Suppression bill unconstitutional.
For this week’s rebellion action we’re asking you to speak up and speak out against this outrageous idea.
‘Fragile snowflakes’: Wisc. GOP mocked over ‘draconian’ bill to punish students who heckle conservatives
Scot Ross of One Wisconsin Now told Twin Cities Press the bill’s supporters are “fragile snowflakes” trying to punish free speech.
The 43 million-plus student loan borrowers in the U.S. look to be in line for another attack from Donald Trump, according to the one page tax “plan” released.
Scot Ross, executive director of liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now, called Vos and the bill's other authors... "fragile snowflakes."