Analiese Eicher said the proposed policy is unnecessary because of a lack of incidents involving disruptions of speech on UW campuses. [Advance Titan]
This current (group) of Republicans has a pattern of behavior of making bad financial and fiscal decisions for political reasons. [Wisconsin State Journal]
One Wisconsin Now, a left-leaning non-profit in the state, conducted the investigation into state records that found this information. [Newsweek]
The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents today advanced a proposed administrative rule restricting free speech on campuses.
One Wisconsin Institute opposed the rules because they believe they're vague and could be selectively enforced. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
The majority — including the One Wisconsin Institute — opposed or called for revisions to the change. [Capital Times]
The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents is poised to push forward with a controversial plan to limit campus speech.
Comments in opposition of the proposed punishments for students disrupting campus speakers [included] One Wisconsin Now. [Wisconsin Public Radio]
State officials agreed to pay for One Wisconsin Now's legal bills after a judge determined they violated the group's rights. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
The more college debt that students incur, the less likely they are to choose to work in a lower-wage profession such as teaching.
Badger State liberals did see a win in another federal lawsuit brought by One Wisconsin Institute. [Courthouse News Service]
Unsealed Memo Exposes Student Loan Servicer Navient Pushing Payment Plans Driving Borrowers Deeper Into Debt
The memo shows yet again how borrowers caught in the $1.6 trillion student debt crisis have been treated unfairly by the system.
We talk the U.S. Houses impeachment inquiry against President Trump, and the special election in Wisconsin for the 7th District. [WMTV-TV]
Meanwhile, Analiese Eicher, executive director with the progressive group One Wisconsin Now, praised Evers’ order. [Wisconsin State Journal]
Wisconsin remains in the top ten states in the nation for the percentage of graduates with student loan debt.
Wisconsin schools are seeing the fallout from the teacher exodus and shortage of college students pursuing a career in education.
Analiese Eicher... said Fitzgerald's entry into the congressional race will mean that he will neglect the job he was elected to do. [Associated Press]
Lawyer/Lobbyist Hired by Republicans Bows Out of Opioid Settlement Discussions.
But Wait, There’s More. Lawyer/Lobbyist Hired by Joint Committee on Finance Previously Defended GOP Legislators in Open Records Case
The lawyer/lobbyist hired by Joint Committee on Finance previously defended GOP legislators in open records case.
We face the possibility of losing out on billions from holding the opioid manufacturers liable because of the mess Republicans made.,
One Wisconsin Now offered seven more stops that should be, but aren’t, on Tom Tiffany’s introductory tour
The idea of a direct state grant of $500,000 to Choose Life Wisconsin is questioned by Analiese Eicher of One Wisconsin Now. [Urban Milwaukee]
Right-Wing Legislators Propose Spending $500,000 a Year on Misinformation Campaign Targeting Wisconsin Women
A bill proposed by two Republican legislators would require state taxpayers to give $500,000 a year to fake women’s health centers.
Right-wing legislators who support amending the state constitution to outlaw birth control are targeting science with a new proposal.
While vacationing in historic Vienna, Austria, Robin Vos took time out from sightseeing to vow to oppose Gov. Tony Evers’ agenda.
Questions Swirl Around State Budget Committee Republicans’ Hiring of Lawyer/Lobbyist at Taxpayer Expense
Questions continue to swirl around the Republican co-chairs of the state budget committee hiring a lawyer at state taxpayer expense.
Wisconsin public schools are more challenged than ever to have ... good teachers in every classroom. [Capital Times]
BustEd Pencils is LIVE Tuesdays from 7-8 PM. Special Guests Analiese Eicher and Bill Lueders. [BustED Pencils]
The back to school assignment for the state Legislature as they return for their fall session is to work to stem the teacher shortage. [Superior Telegram]
GOP legislators agreed to confidentiality when leaders rigged district lines, now reject effort to comply with law they passed.
One Wisconsin Now says passing the current rules as administrative rules would make them ... harder to change. [Urban Milwaukee]
One Wisconsin Now says passing the current rules as administrative rules would make them ... harder to change. [the Progressive]
The UW Board of Regents seems more interested in attempting to appease right-wing politicians than protecting the rights of students.
A federal judge ruled [that] Robin Vos and Rep. John Nygren, both Republicans, had infringed on the group's First Amendment rights. [Wisconsin State Journal]
Steve King is the subject of national condemnation for a rant explaining opposition to rape and incest exceptions to abortion bans.
Attorneys for a liberal group will be paid $200,000 by taxpayers because Republican state lawmakers blocked the group on Twitter. [Associated Press]
Wisconsin taxpayers will hand over $200,000 to a liberal organization's lawyers because Republican lawmakers blocked the group on Twitter. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Bigoted Views, Affiliations With Hate Group and Conflicts of Interest Cast Cloud Over Newest Member of State High Court.
Leigh Mills sits down with the analysts to discuss Hagedorn's admission into the Supreme Court and gun control. [WMTV-TV]
A handful of Republicans in the state legislature have re-introduced legislation to protect right-wing hate speech on UW campuses.
During the 2018 campaign, opponents focused on Walker’s plane use, including the number of flights that were 50 miles or less. [WisPolitics]
Board of Regents will hold a public hearing on its plan weeks before students return to campus [Wisconsin Examiner]
“Republicans and their allies are trying to reverse the results of an election,” said Mike Browne of One Wisconsin Now. [Urban Milwaukee]
Court opinions which Dan Kelly authored or joined and his positions on court rules show his extremism in action.
Republicans and their allies like those bringing the lawsuit want to overturn the results of the November election. [Associated Press]
He has also spent time ... working for the liberal organization One Wisconsin Now. [Wisconsin State Journal]
Analiese joins Matt Rothschild in the Madison studios to talk the state budget, student loan debt and soccer. [WTTN-FM]
Robin Vos is refusing to make a simple workplace accommodation for a fellow state legislator who was paralyzed.
In the three years since Judge Peterson’s ruling, Wisconsin voters have shown that they will vote when given the opportunity to vote.
While a right-wing legal group had a case before the Wisconsin Supreme Court, Justice Dan Kelly took campaign contributions from members of its board of directors
One Wisconsin Now reveals he received $1,000 contributions from board members of the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty. [Door County Pulse]