Analiese Eicher, executive director of the liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now, said Johnson's comments were unfair. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
However one liberal advocacy group, One Wisconsin Now, said it would do more harm than good. [WKOW-TV]
Republican state legislators revealed they will propose a plan to increase tuition at University of Wisconsin schools.
Mike Browne, deputy director of liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now, said the GOP proposal is "ludicrous". [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Supreme Court Justice Dan Kelly took campaign money from board members of group representing plaintiffs while deciding their case.
One Wisconsin Now joined with a coalition of groups supporting women’s access to abortion and comprehensive health care.
According to One Wisconsin Now... more than one million Wisconsinites carry $24 billion in total student-loan debt. [Urban Milwaukee]
Trumps Twitter controversy, Wisconsins new budget and a preview of the 2nd Democratic debate in Detroit. [WMTV-TV]
Robin Vos recently declared the state Assembly he oversees would be taking the summer off and not return to session work until October.
Right-wing justice Dan Kelly warns of judges bringing policy preferences to bench, after he puts policy preference to work on court.
Statements from One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Analiese Eicher on Gov. Tony Evers’ action today on the 2019 state budget.
Reflecting on Budget, Robin Vos Wishes He Could Have Delivered Even More Than $1.4 Billion in Tax Giveaways for Wealthy, Corporations
Analiese Eicher argued that Evers, by seeking $1.4 billion ask for public education, forced Republicans to offer more. [Wisconsin State Journal]
The results of a survey of Wisconsin voters ... finds Gov. Tony Evers and Democrats with a strong advantage on education issues. [Door County Pulse]
Republican State Budget: No Help For One Million Student Loan Borrowers, But a Special Favor For One Electric Car Enthusiast
Republicans refused to include Tony Evers' 2019 budget provision to help by setting up a state plan for allowing borrowers to refinance their loans.
Democratic Candidates for President Support Solutions to Stem Student Loan Debt Crisis While Wisconsin Republicans Refuse to Even Debate
Candidates in the Democratic presidential primary support student loan debt reforms with several already having rolled out formal plans to help take on the $1.5 trillion crisis.
Key findings include a majority of voters trust Gov. Evers and Democrats versus Republicans on education issues.
A judge in January ruled against Republicans in a challenge from One Wisconsin Institute. [Capital Times]
Leigh Mills talks Wisconsin's stage budget ahead of the final vote next week with Mike Browne, deputy director of One Wisconsin Now. [WMTV-TV]
The original case the lame-duck grievance was filed under is still awaiting a decision by the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago. [Wisconsin Public Radio]
Analiese Eicher & Bill McCoshen weigh in on the governor’s powers and what he might line-item veto. [WKOW-TV]
Earlier this year, a federal judge also sided with One Wisconsin Now after being blocked by three state assembly Republicans. [Gainsville Sun]
Executive Director Analiese Eicher of One Wisconsin Now said the proposal was a test to see how Republicans might vote on it. [WQOQ-TV]
An investigative report by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel exposes the self dealing ways of Assembly Speaker Robin Vos.
In this budget, the GOP protected state tax loopholes for big business benefactors, and the rest of us are the ones paying for it.
[One Wisconsin Institute] challenged the early-voting restrictions in federal court in December. [Associated Press]
In the second federal lawsuit filed by One Wisconsin Institute... [James Peterson] blocked early-voting limits. [Courthouse News Service]
Scott Walker couldn't get enough people to pay to cruise Alaska with him when he actually had power and influence. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
On this day in 1919, Wisconsin was the first state to ratify the 19th Amendment to give women the right to vote.
How far are Republican legislative leaders willing to go to avoid working with Gov. Tony Evers and Democrats to pass a state budget?
When It Comes to Lawyers for Himself, Robin Vos Spares No Taxpayer-Funded Expense.
There is no debating that $1.5 trillion in student loan debt is a national economic crisis. [Capital Times]
Republicans in control of the state Senate are poised to intervene in health care decisions being made by Wisconsin women.
One Wisconsin Institute even estimates the average length of repayment at a little over 21 years. [Washington Examiner]
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.
At no point in his career has Dan Kelly has shown the ability or the inclination to be anything other than a right-wing partisan.
Meanwhile, One Wisconsin Now Research Director Joanna Beilman-Dulin slammed Kelly for being "as right-wing as you get." [Capital Times]
"Dan Kelly is as right wing as you get," said Joanna Beilman-Dulin, research director for the liberal group One Wisconsin Now. [Associated Press]
Joanna Beilman-Dulin ... said [Dan Kelly's] experience is rooted in Republican politics, which shouldn't be on the court. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
One Wisconsin Institute found that the average length of repayment for student debt borrowers is 21.1 years. [CNBC]
A review of the antics of Robin Vos around the 2017 budget reveal it’s the same old Assembly Speaker.
Republicans are suggesting less additional funding for K-12 schools, as part of their discussion on Governor Tony Evers' Budget [WMTV-TV]
It’s ridiculous that GOP leaders vow partisan obstruction to the death one minute, then accuse people of not negotiating with them.
Taxpayers likely will have to pick up legal bills in Twitter case between liberal group and GOP lawmakers
Taxpayers likely will have to pick up the legal fees of a liberal group that sued Republican lawmakers for blocking it on Twitter. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
According to a study from One Wisconsin Institute, it takes an average of 19.7 years to pay off a 4-year degree. [WCCO-TV]
One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Analiese Eicher appeared on WRRD-AM to discuss the student loan debt crisis. [WRRD-AM]
Republican majority on the Joint Committee on Finance refused the opportunity to provide help to student loan borrowers today.
In one of the suits, filed by One Wisconsin Institute [a judge] blocked early-voting limits contained in the lame-duck bills. [Courthouse News Service]
[One Wisconsin Institute] persuaded U.S. District Judge James Peterson ... to strike down the limits on early in-person voting. [Associated Press]
Taking health care choices away from women and their families is the publicly stated, ultimate goal of many of the legislators.