Nearly two-thirds of graduates in 2017 left college in Wisconsin not just with a degree but also an average debt of nearly $30,000.
Throughout his campaign, Brian Hagedorn has chosen not to disavow, but to embrace, his discriminatory views.
Today we are asking that you reject the proposals contained in these bills to reinstate unnecessary and unconstitutional limits on early voting.
The Betsy DeVos Department of Education and the Scott Walker administration are moving to make the student loan debt system problems worse, not better.
After extensive investigation of the use of state airplanes by Gov. Scott Walker, it seems his attitude toward Wisconsin taxpayers is, “I’ll fly, you buy.”
Scott Walker offered something worse than deafening silence on Donald Trump’s unconscionable policy of tearing infants and children from their parents.
Show mothers and women respect they deserve every day by empowering us to make our own decisions about birth control and helping keep it copay free.
One Wisconsin Now has sent the following letter to the board of directors of the Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce demanding it pull down the television ad.
The Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council could not have picked a worse recipient for its political openness award than Scott Walker.
He is the wrong nominee for a lifetime appointment, and Trump and his Senate Republican enablers are using the wrong process in ramming through the nomination.
The provisions of August 2017 Special Session Assembly Bill 1 embody, on their face, a bad deal. And the more we find out, the worse it gets.
A group of state legislative Republicans think that now, 230 years after our first and only constitutional convention, is a good time to rewrite the Constitution.
We deserve, and need, a consensus justice on our high court whose loyalty is to all American people and our American values, not one president nor one party.
Sean Duffy, Paul Ryan and the GOP cabal in Washington D.C. are carrying out a political agenda, trying to eliminate an organization with which they disagree.
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.
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.
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.
The unprecedented political power play by the GOP in D.C. in refusing to give a fair hearing and timely vote to Judge Merrick Garland stretched for over 150 days.
You have the chance to make your voice heard and urge your senators to do the right thing - ensure the Supreme Court continues to work for all of us.
Maybe Rep. Jesse Kremer should be focusing his “time” in the next legislative session on priorities more important than shaming transgender students.
Will they act to help or will they allow student loan debt to stand in the way of the fair shot at the middle class borrowers have earned with their hard work and personal responsibility?
Sen. Gudex and his fellow Republicans need to remember they’re supposed to be working for us, not covering Scott Walker’s backside, and resist the temptation to allow partisanship to overcome common sense.
The teachable moment is that behind every "bold" claim by Walker is a very different, cold, hard truth. It's a lesson the school children of Wisconsin know only too well.
One Wisconsin Now Program Director Analiese Eicher offered the following testimony on provisions of Assembly Bill 163 related to the elimination of the Educational Approval Board.
Judge for yourself if Scott Walker is living up to these ideals not only as an Eagle Scout but also as the governor of Wisconsin.
A picture paints a thousand words. And this one really captures the essence of Scott Walker's rank hypocrisy and phony fandom.
The efforts of both Assembly and Senate Republicans fall woefully short of protecting our children and tax dollars, instead putting ideology and political payback before helping our schools be the best that they can be.
One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross submitted the following testimony in opposition to Assembly Joint Resolution 1, being heard in the Assembly Judiciary Committee today.
This bill was something substantive that dealt with student loan debt from a long-term perspective, and Republicans killed it without even a second glance.
Students like me are working hard to provide for our future and improve our communities. We aren't asking for a handout, but we are asking for a fair shot.
Without a sense of urgency and action on real, comprehensive solutions, we run the risk of seeing the $1.2 trillion student loan debt crisis become a $2 trillion economic catastrophe.
One Wisconsin Now Executive Director, Scot Ross, hosted 92.1 the Mic to discuss the student loan debt crisis, highlighting the negative implications this trillion dollar debt has on the economy.
It is no coincidence that the first post-November election comments on his policy agenda for the coming year were made by Gov. Scott Walker at the Reagan library in California
Post recall election there has been no shortage of attempts to spin what the results mean. One unquestionable takeaway is that in this election, money mattered. A lot.