“While other states are stepping up to protect students, Walker has a different idea,” said Analiese Eicher, program director for One Wisconsin Now.
Groups like One Wisconsin Now have used social media to criticize Johnson's votes confirming Trump cabinet nominees, most notably Betsy DeVos.
Scott Walker’s proposal to eliminate EAB after that federal regulatory action drew criticism from the progressive advocacy group One Wisconsin Now.
"They don't have a mandate," said Scot Ross, executive director of the liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now.
Scot Ross, executive director of the public policy non-profit group One Wisconsin Now, said it's not just a problem that affects young people.
The reward for Republicans stealing a seat on the U.S. Supreme Court ought not be the lifetime appointment of a right-wing judge.
The group has spent at least $4.5 million on campaigns in Wisconsin to elect Republicans... according to the liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now.
Jenni Dye said there are other strategies for preventing premarital pregnancy that Walker has opposed, such as providing contraception and reproductive health services to low-income women.
"It's an outrage that the misplaced priorities and reckless spending by Brad Schimel have left thousands of rape kits untested," said Analiese Eicher.
Scot Ross said Tuesday there are issues within Trump's administration that must be resolved before his Supreme Court nominee is considered.
The student loan debt crisis is a state and national crisis, it is a multi-generational crisis and it is a worsening crisis.
Ross was particularly upset that Trump had a campaign aide accompanying him when the president spoke with staffers at the CIA headquarters a week ago.
Walker, his wife, Tonette, and their sons, Matt and Alex, all traveled to the game and drew notice from liberal critics such as the group One Wisconsin Now.
Scot Ross said the letter was the latest example of lawmakers "trying to take away government's role in helping people protect themselves."
AFC has spent at least $4.5 million on campaigns to elect Republicans and other candidates who are proponents of school choice, according to One Wisconsin Now.
Scot Ross, head of the liberal group One Wisconsin Now, said the cut was all about giving Walker something to run on in 2018.
Nass apparently believes that his manhood is undermined by college students gathering to have frank discussions about issues of gender roles and stereotypes.
Frank v. Walker as well as One Wisconsin Institute, Inc., et al. v. Mark Thomsen, et al., both cases that contest Wisconsin’s photo-ID laws.
One Wisconsin Now, a driving force behind the effort to create a refinancing authority, accused Walker of giving "recycled advice instead of solutions."
The liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now also criticized Walker's opposition to the Medicaid expansion and the Affordable Care Act.
[Scot Ross] said Humphries' decision to resign during the campaign "is putting his political ambitions before kids."
It's "disappointing" no progressive judges or lawyers threw their hats in the ring, said One Wisconsin Now executive director Scot Ross.
Instead of questionable predictions, I offer Wisconsin progressives one ironclad guarantee — we will lose every single time that we don’t fight back.
"John Humphries is putting his political ambitions before kids," Executive Director Scot Ross said in an email to the Journal Sentinel.
The party whose president-elect talked about women the way Trump did also has a problem with a course that does not match their outdated view of gender roles.
Jenni Dye, an attorney and research director for the liberal group One Wisconsin Now, said the state should cover services for transgender employees regardless of whether federal rules require it.
The people of Wisconsin deserve to know how elected officials are doing their jobs. And Brad Schimel - at the time these videos were recorded - was an elected official.
Wisconsin saw record-high early voting numbers in the presidential election, made possible by a lawsuit filed by the liberal group One Wisconsin Institute.
"One thing that really stood out to us at One Wisconsin Institute was the amount of debt that graduates from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh have."
Scot Ross, executive director of the liberal issue advocacy organization One Wisconsin Now, said Sykes has used his show to degrade political discourse in Wisconsin.
Today, to paraphrase broadcasting titan Edward R. Murrow, we say "goodbye and good riddance" to Charlie Sykes.
“The conservatives have one goal: Attaining power in the courts to actively rewrite the laws to fit their corporate and radical social agendas.”
Will Sen. Ron Johnson and the GOP deliver on a judge to fill the longest-running federal judicial vacancy in the nation – or will they deliver a lump of coal?
Ryan hasn’t had much of an explanation. “Paul Ryan has put partisanship and political expediency before principle and patriotism,” charges Scot Ross.
Excommunicated: Charlie Sykes is leaving radio as he questions the direction of the Republican Party
Scot Ross says Sykes has “degraded our public discourse” by denying opposing viewpoints an opportunity to respond to his attacks.
Jenni Dye, research director for liberal group One Wisconsin Now, called Walker’s comparing the two scenarios “simply jaw-dropping.”
“Tax credits are the government putting their finger on the scale,” said Jenni Dye, research director for One Wisconsin Now, a liberal public policy group in Madison.
Some liberal groups like One Wisconsin Now are decrying the choice, saying Priebus was part of pushing for "voter suppression efforts" in Wisconsin.
Jenni Dye of One Wisconsin Now, which has studied the influence of pro-voucher groups on Wisconsin politics, said she expects heavy spending to defeat Evers.
This guy, who spends more time chasing media appearances than doing his job, has no business anywhere close to a job with responsibility for protecting national security.
Scot Ross, executive director of the liberal group One Wisconsin Now, said the problems should disqualify Clarke from a higher position.
Jenni Dye said the number of voters who had to cast provisional ballots because they lacked an ID is “really just the tip of the iceberg”
According to One Wisconsin Now, he may have been planning to collude in voter suppression in Wisconsin in 2010.
“Betsy DeVos has been a driving force for the privatization of our public schools,” said Scot Ross, executive director of the liberal group One Wisconsin Now.
AFC spent almost $5 million on Wisconsin elections alone since 2010, according to liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now, which railed against DeVos.
Jenni Dye, One Wisconsin Now representative, encouraged the crowd to think about the daily actions they aren’t currently taking.
Featured speakers at a summit on how Madison can shape the future include Dane County Board Supervisor and One Wisconsin Now representative Jenni Dye.
Scot Ross of the liberal One Wisconsin Institute, says restrictive voting laws could have turned the state red for the first time in 32 years of presidential elections.