The only thing that’s remained consistent is Scott Walker’s failed leadership and willingness to say or do anything to try to win an election.
As reported in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Wisconsin public schools are now feeling financial pressure as the voucher program drains resources from them
The school privatization industry has given millions of dollars to Scott Walker’s political campaigns and he’s returning the favor.
One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross suggested that Walker end the week by revealing the identities of the donors to his criminal legal defense fund.
The November 2018 election is more than 600 days away, but for Scott Walker political campaigning is a never-ending story.
Following remarks at CPAC2017, One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross called on the governor to host a an actual town hall meeting in Wisconsin.
One Wisconsin Now, said Walker’s remarks were aimed at Wisconsin's Democratic U.S. Senator, Tammy Baldwin.
One Wisconsin Now, said the real reason for the news conference was "to attack Tammy Baldwin because they cannot get a credible candidate against her."
Gov. Scott Walker, Attorney General Brad Schimel and WMC are now turning their sights to rewriting the rules for nominees to the United States Supreme Court.
“While other states are stepping up to protect students, Walker has a different idea,” said Analiese Eicher, program director for One Wisconsin Now.
Scott Walker’s proposal to eliminate EAB after that federal regulatory action drew criticism from the progressive advocacy group One Wisconsin Now.
Scott Walker's Unsuccessful 2015 Effort to Nix State Authority Regulating For Profit Colleges in Wisconsin Since 1944 Makes Return Appearance in 2017.
Scott Walker’s budget has a huge deficit of common sense, again failing to include student loan reforms like allowing borrowers to refinance.
Two-Year Tax and Spending Plan Introduced by Governor More About Trying to Get Himself Re-elected Than Fixing Damage Done During His Time in Office.
"They don't have a mandate," said Scot Ross, executive director of 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.
When these three continue to stand by Betsy DeVos it’s clear they’re most interested in the impact she can have on their campaign war chests.
The student loan debt crisis is a state and national crisis, it is a multi-generational crisis and it is a worsening crisis.
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, head of the liberal group One Wisconsin Now, said the cut was all about giving Walker something to run on in 2018.
So here’s a little advice for Gov. Scott Walker, stop dodging the student loan debt crisis and start leading by supporting real, common sense reform.
One Wisconsin Now, a driving force behind the effort to create a refinancing authority, accused Walker of giving "recycled advice instead of solutions."
Gov. Scott Walker is expected to discuss is his recycled advice to “call a bank” to help Wisconsin borrowers deal with the student loan debt crisis.
Instead of previewing a new policy solution to the crisis, Scott Walker repeated stale talking points and essentially told borrowers to “call a bank.”
By Any Measure — Job Creation, Quality of Life, Student Debt, Basic Competence — the Scott Walker Administration is a Failure.
The liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now also criticized Walker's opposition to the Medicaid expansion and the Affordable Care Act.
Scott Walker spent the 1990s criminalizing addiction and the 2000s preventing people from getting the health care they needed to treat their addiction.
“The conservatives have one goal: Attaining power in the courts to actively rewrite the laws to fit their corporate and radical social agendas.”
The least surprising news of 2017 is Scott Walker – who has spent nearly all of his adult life running for office – will be running for political office, again.
There’s no more appropriate way for a career politician like Scott Walker to celebrate the ‘season of giving’ than holding a fundraiser for himself.
Top Wisconsin Republicans have announced they will be standing with Donald Trump on stage this evening as he visits Wisconsin.
Jenni Dye, research director for liberal group One Wisconsin Now, called Walker’s comparing the two scenarios “simply jaw-dropping.”
Scott Walker is defending his rigging of rules on voting to give himself and Republicans an unfair partisan advantage by making false assertions about voter ID.
Allowing Scott Walker to spread misinformation about the impact of the voter ID law undermines the integrity of our elections.
"Even after being called out in federal court for its behavior, Gov. (Scott) Walker's administration continues to fail legal Wisconsin voters."
"The question today is not can Gov. Walker's administration take more steps to try to prevent legal voters from being disenfranchised, but why won't it?"
The only fraud in our elections is partisan politicians like Scott Walker and Donald Trump trying to rig our laws for political gain.
Scot Ross said as long as the Assembly is run by Vos, Walker “is going to get whatever he wants passed by a lapdog Republican Assembly caucus.”
It is clear that Gov. Scott Walker’s administration is either unable or unwilling to properly administer the state voter ID law.
Scot Ross of the liberal group One Wisconsin Now, described it as a stunt ... He said the governor was basically telling student borrowers to “call a bank.”
You cannot refinance federal student loans with the government. We need to change the system. That means changing the minds of politicians like Scott Walker.
One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross spoke to media following Gov. Scott Walker's news conference.
Scot Ross said he didn't believe these steps would be enough to address the growing burden of student loan debt in the state.
One Wisconsin Now told reporters the expansion likely won't help anyone because students and recent graduates typically lack collateral and a credit history.
Wisconsin student loan borrowers have over $19 billion in debt and the best Scott Walker can do is to hold a press conference announcing he's doing nothing.
The effort drew criticism from Scot Ross with One Wisconsin Now, a liberal advocacy group that has been a strong proponent for reforms in the student loan system.
Scot Ross, executive director of One Wisconsin Now, a liberal advocacy group heavily involved in the student debt issues, called the new initiative "useless."
With 70 percent of our graduates having student debt - and his answer is a website and go to a bank - as offensive as it is useless.