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Brian Hagedorn said he was compensated for giving speeches while a state court judge but has refused to release copies or recordings of his remarks.

State Supreme Court candidate Brian Hagedorn still has not disclosed the contents of speeches given to a hate group.

Tony Evers announced his budget plan will take steps toward implementing a plan to let borrowers refinance their student loans.

One Wisconsin Now today demanded Brian Hagedorn turn over any records of his remarks for which he was compensated by the ADF.

State Supreme Court candidate Brian Hagedorn was paid thousands of dollars by an anti-LGBTQ hate group.

Brian Hagedorn explicitly urged people to vote for a conservative judicial candidate because it would help advance Walker’s political agenda.

Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Brain Hagedorn is again asking voters to trust he will treat everyone equally on the bench.

New evidence shows Brian Hagedorn continues to act on his discriminatory beliefs, even while serving as an officer of the court.

Robin Vos’ scheme to protect a tax loophole that unfairly benefits the wealthiest could result in cuts to public school funding

Another Stain on the Record of the Candidate Who Helped Scott Walker Target the Voting Rights of People of Color

Robin Vos and the GOP are giving high priced lawyers a blank check to defend their actions to rig the rules for the Foxconn project.

Robin Vos is suggesting cutting funds available for priorities like education, health care, roads instead of closing a tax loophole.

Brian Hagedorn’s work as a clerk for former Justice Michael Gableman looks like it’s paying off for his own campaign for the state Supreme Court

Robin Vos has a history of mixing policy, politics and personal business that casts a shadow over this tax debate.

Brian Hagedorn’s record shows that he can’t be trusted to carry out the most fundamental jobs as a judge.

Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Foxconn intends to drastically scale back its proposed Wisconsin operation, again.

The Boards of One Wisconsin Now and One Wisconsin Institute announced Analiese Eicher has been selected Executive Director.

Robin Vos is sparing no expense on his schemes to gain political power for himself.

One Wisconsin Now and Institute announced today Executive Director Scot Ross has decided to leave the organization.

Statements of One Wisconsin Now Program Director Analiese Eicher regarding Gov. Tony Evers' State of the State speech.

Brian Hagedorn is showing questionable judgement with the announcement of the support of David Prosser and Jon Wilcox. 

His unceasing work for racial and social justice is not just inspirational but more necessary than ever.

A judge has delivered an opinion in favor of One Wisconsin Now in their lawsuit over being blocked from the government Twitter accounts.

It's time for Robin Vos and the GOP to accept the court’s decisive and unmistakable ruling and cease their attacks on voting rights.

According to campaign finance records Michael White is recorded as having donated $20,000 to Hagedorn’s campaign.

This ruling reminds our elected officials that when they create a public forum, they can’t silence people with whom they disagree.

For 2019 Republican Speaker of the State Assembly Robin “Boss” Vos will have a million dollar staff, literally.

‘Attempts to Rig the Rules on Voting and Suppress Legal Voters Were Unconstitutional in 2016 and They Remain Unconstitutional Today’

If Republicans want to make bipartisan progress on a critical issue, helping student loan borrowers is a common sense solution.

The following are the statements of One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross on the inauguration.

Robin Vos has shown he doesn’t like leaks in either his professional or private life, based on recent media reports and public records.

Republicans have time and again sought to rig the rules on voting to give themselves an unfair advantage.

This attack by Republicans in the legislature is not just unprecedented — it's undemocratic, it's unconstitutional, it's un-American.

While Wisconsin slept last night, Republicans worked behind closed doors on schemes to reject the results of the November 2018 midterm elections.

Republicans in the legislature are rejecting the results of the 2018 elections they lost and actively undermining the orderly transition of power.

A federal court ruling in the voting rights case struck down racially-motivated restrictions on early voting imposed by Wisconsin Republicans.

Robin Vos and his fellow Republicans are playing with legal fire as they keep trying to rig the rules on voting to give themselves an unfair advantage.

Scot Ross released the following statements and information on reported attacks on early voting planned by Republicans in their lame duck legislative session.

This Republican gang has shown time and again they have no shame when it comes to rigging the rules to give themselves an unfair partisan advantage.

One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross released the following statements about career politician Paul Ryan’s farewell media tour.

We and our legal counsel will be vigilant in monitoring what the Republicans attempt to do with state laws on voting in this lame duck session.

Voters turned out in record numbers and they handed a mandate to the Democrats who swept every statewide race on the ballot.

Republicans appear to have settled on an explanation for why they lost every statewide race on the ballot in the November 6 elections: Too many voters voted.

It’s outrageous that Republicans in the legislature are trying to put state taxpayers on the hook for $100 million or more for a corporation.

Robin Vos was not elected Governor. He does not have a mandate from the people of Wisconsin for his brand of extreme partisanship.

Republicans leading Wisconsin state government have sat silently and refused to stand up to Trump and denounce his racism, xenophobia and sexism.

Wisconsin voters turned out in record numbers for the 2018 midterm election sending the clear message that voters vote, when given the opportunity to vote.