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“The timing of this quarter-million dollar contribution sure looks like Scott Walker’s non-meeting meant something to somebody.”

Analiese Eicher, executive director of the liberal group One Wisconsin Now, decried the way Republicans were handling the lawsuits.

Liberal grop One Wisconsin Now tweeted that Walker should speak on “How I Crashed and Burned a Presidential Campaign in 71 Days.”

NBC15’s Leigh Mills sat down with two political analysts to review the key takeaways of the State of the Union.

This issue has now reached Wisconsin’s western district court with the ruling on One Wisconsin Now v. Kremer.

One Wisconsin Institute ... asked a federal judge to block a provision that limited early voting.

One Wisconsin Now Research Director Joanna Beilman-Dulin said Hagedorn can’t be trusted to be fair and impartial on the court.

[One Wisconsin Institute’s] challenge against reducing early voting was struck down by U.S. District Judge James Peterson..

[One Wisconsin Institute] challenged the early voting restrictions in federal court last month.

Liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now challenged the early-voting restrictions in federal court in December.

Speaker Robin Vos and Republican legislators took control of the agency in charge of the Foxconn deal and slashed accountability.

Two of her priorities for One Wisconsin Now ... were tackling student debt and ensuring voting rights.

Wwhat did they know about Foxconn’s plans to drastically cut back their end of the bargain, and when did they know it?

Not surprisingly, the liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now and Planned Parenthood have doubts about Hagedorn's ability to be objective.

Robin Vos and legislative Republicans grabbed control of the agency in charge of the Foxconn deal and slashed accountability.

One Wisconsin Now ... announced Wednesday it has selected a new executive director.

Analiese Eicher Hired as New Head of Wisconsin Progressive Research and Communications Organization.

A federal judge ruled three Wisconsin GOP lawmakers were in violation of the First Amendment when they blocked One Wisconsin Now

The voluble leader of a liberal group that has gained national attention as a foil to Wisconsin Republicans ... is leaving his post.

Filing were One Wisconsin Institute and Citizen Action of Wisconsin Education Fund, progressive advocacy groups.

In case you haven’t seen the news yet, Executive Director Scot Ross has decided to leave One Wisconsin Now.

Scot Ross, gadfly to conservatives and a dependable source of biting comments on Republican maneuverings, is stepping down.

After nearly 12 years, the executive director of One Wisconsin Now and Institute decided to leave the organization.

Progressive groups Citizen Action of Wisconsin and One Wisconsin Institute sued over the moves.

Progressive groups Citizen Action of Wisconsin and One Wisconsin Institute sued over the moves.

In this case, brought by ... One Wisconsin Institute, Judge James Peterson ruled that the laws violated a 2016 court order.

Both analysts said compromise is possible on a number of issues facing the state that Gov. Evers will discuss in his speech.

We speak with Analiese Eicher, program director at One Wisconsin Now, one of the organizations that filed the court challenge.

Analiese Eicher ... said she wants to see a change of pace from the new administration.

One Wisconsin Institute ... asked U.S. District Judge James Peterson to halt those provisions of the extraordinary session laws.

One Wisconsin Now ... sued Vos, Rep. John Nygren of Marinette and then-Rep. Jesse Kremer of Kewaskum for blocking it on Twitter.

[A federal judge ruled] three GOP state lawmakers violated the First Amendment when they blocked a liberal advocacy group on Twitter.

One Wisconsin Now has won another victory against Robin Vos and the WISGOP and Scot Ross joins the Devils to take a lap.

One Wisconsin Institute went to court to ask Peterson to quash the newly approved restrictions.

National Redistricting Foundation provided support for the challenge to the new law that was brought by the One Wisconsin Institute.

The lawsuit brought by [One Wisconsin Institute] ... argued the changes were very similar to a previous law the courts struck down

The decision from U.S. District Judge William Conley siding with the group, One Wisconsin Now, serves to illustrate emerging views...

The decision, written by District Judge William Conley, is the second win for One Wisconsin Now ... this week.

Analiese Eicher of One Wisconsin said she remained confident Republicans attempt would suppress voting rights.

The suit was filed by One Wisconsin Institute and Citizen Action of Wisconsin Education Fund...

The lawsuit was brought by One Wisconsin Institute, Citizen Action of Wisconsin Education Fund...

Citizens Action of Wisconsin and One Wisconsin Institute brought the laws to court for Peterson to rule.

That lawsuit was brought by two liberal groups — One Wisconsin Institute and Citizen Action of Wisconsin Education Fund.

Analiese Eicher of [One Wisconsin Institute] said she remained confident Republicans attempt would suppress voting rights.

Analiese Eicher, program director at [One Wisconsin Institute], lauded Peterson's decision as a victory for Wisconsin voters.

According to a survey of 61,000 respondents conducted by One Wisconsin Institute, the average time to pay off student loan debt is 21.1 years.

[Josh Kaul] helped bring the original lawsuit challenging the state's voting laws as a lawyer for One Wisconsin Institute.

“Over the last couple years, we have become a right-wing idea factory,” said Mike Browne.