Analiese Eicher of the liberal group One Wisconsin Now hopes Kaul does change how the state deals with the opioid crisis. [WUWM-FM]
One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross released the following statements regarding the victory of Attorney General-Elect Josh Kaul.
Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel has proved time and time again that his first and most important priority is supporting the conservative agenda at the expense of women and of rape survivors. [Capital Times]
One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross suggested Attorney General Brad Schimel could dress up as Scott Walker for Halloween.
Brad Schimel has proved time and time again that his first and most important priority is supporting the conservative agenda at the expense of women and of rape survivors.
"This ... is part of a pattern of behavior with Brad Schimel," said One Wisconsin Now, about the cases that involve sentences far below maximum penalties. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Brad Schimel Wants TV Ad Exposing Deals for Sex Criminals When He Was District Attorney Pulled From Airwaves
According to media reports, now that Brad Schimel is the subject of campaign ads noting his failures, he is trying to get the spots taken off the air.
Recently filed campaign finance reports reveal Attorney General Brad Schimel has tapped a big pipeline to campaign cash.
One Wisconsin Now Program Director Analiese Eicher demanded Gov. Scott Walker and Attorney General Brad Schimel speak out on behalf of sexual assault survivors.
Scott Walker and Brad Schimel want to put a man who committed sexual assault on the United States Supreme Court for the next 30 years.
The fact Brad Schimel still thinks Brett Kavanaugh is qualified is an indication that Brad Schimel is not qualified to be Wisconsin's attorney general.
Brad Schimel as Prosecutor on Sexual Assault Cases: Light Sentences and Alarming Comments About Victims
A news report today adds disturbing context to Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel’s current coddling of an accused assault perpetrator.
Brad Schimel's comments drew a rebuke from Joanna Beilman-Dulin, research director of the liberal group One Wisconsin Now. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
The liberal group One Wisconsin Now summed up the shameless behavior with the quip, “Schimel put the AG in swag.” [Wisconsin Gazette]
The choice for Scott Walker and Brad Schimel is simple: denounce Donald Trump immediately and unequivocally, or join him as unfit to serve in public office.
Another Brad Schimel Blunder: Attorney General’s Pick to Run Office of School Safety Stands to Personally Profit From Fund She Oversees
Days before being announced as Brad Schimel’s pick to run the Office of School Safety, Kristen Devitt incorporated a business offering school safety trainings.
The GOP A.G. of Colorado is suing Purdue Pharma, alleging the drug manufacturer engaged in “fraudulent and deceptive marketing of prescription opioids.”
Brad Schimel admitted at his own press conference he was only concerned about the election and not the victims of these crimes and preventing future crimes.
"Brad Schimel is being endorsed by a sheriff who's afraid to face voters this fall because he may be under investigation," Scot Ross, of One Wisconsin Now. [Associated Press]
Brad Schimel, Wisconsin’sNRA-backed Attorney General, said yesterday in Green Bay he supports using federal funds to buy guns for teachers in schools
He served as one of Hillary Clinton’s attorneys ... and is representing liberal group One Wisconsin Institute in a lawsuit challenging the state’s voter ID law. [Associated Press]
Attorney General Said He Terminated Employee for Violating Open Records Law, But Brad Schimel Himself Sought to Hide Records of Junket to Hate Group Conference.
“Brad Schimel’s campaign finances show how he regularly blurs the lines between his political operation and the Department of Justice,” said Joanna Beilman-Dulin, research director for One Wisconsin Now, a liberal advocacy group based in Madison. “It’s not just unseemly, it raises a serious question about who Brad Schimel is working for: his campaign donors […] [Capital Times]
Records Show Brad Schimel Quick to Buy Promotional Swag, Slow to Address Growing Delays at State Crime Lab
Started Buying Swag in February 2015 But Waited Until June 2018 to Hire Contractor to Investigate Growing State Crime Lab Backlog.
To defend Schimel, the Washington DC-based Republican Attorneys General Association has run an ad with two sheriffs, from Brown and Eau Claire counties, defending Schimel’s record in handling the rape kit backlog. Yet as the liberal group One Wisconsin Now has reported, those two sheriffs also have a bad record, as their counties account for […] [Urban Milwaukee]
Reporting contributions from the notorious CEO of LoanMax title loans, Attorney General Brad Schimel has hit the “trifecta of sleaze.
The good people at One Wisconsin Now have looked at the recent fundraising figures that have been submitted, and here are some of the standouts. [Jake's Wisconsin]
Republican County Sheriffs Defending Brad Schimel on Rape Kit Backlog Have Backlog of Over 630 Rape Kits
Washington DC-Based Group Taps People Who Are Part of the Problem to Defend Brad Schimel on Rape Kit Backlog.
Brad Schimel publicly supports jailing doctors and threatening felonies for people who help women get abortions in cases where the mother’s health is at risk.
Brad Schimel’s latest excuse for not suing his campaign donor Purdue Pharmaceuticals is a poor one.
One Wisconsin Now, a Madison-based liberal advocacy group, contend Schimel has been lax with efforts to hold pharmaceutical companies accountable. [Capital Times]
Brad Schimel Has Empty State Plane Fly from Madison to Fetch Him From His Home in Waukesha for Taxpayer-Funded Fly-Around.
One Wisconsin Now, a Madison-based liberal advocacy group said the lawsuit and fundraising email reflect the moneyed interests that helped put Schimel in office. [Capital Times]
Attorney General Brad Schimel’s Lawsuit Could Cost Wisconsinites Protection From Higher Rates For Pre-Existing Conditions and Losing Coverage if They Get Sick.
Wisconsin’s GOP attorney general secretly attended an anti-gay hate group conference — and just got busted
One Wisconsin Now further uncovered that the conference held at a Ritz Carlton resort in California instructed attendees to keep details “confidential”. [Raw Story]
Documents Show State Attorney General Brad Schimel Was Following Hate Group’s Instructions in Concealing Appearance at Conference
One Wisconsin Now uncovered documents showing a hate group encouraged attendees, including Brad Schimel, to keep appearances at their conference secret.
Brad Schimel and Scott Walker Repeat Mistakes Past; Refuse to Take Legal Action Against Opioid Manufacturers
Scott Walker has not authorized the DOJ to pursue legal action against the manufacturers behind the opioid crisis. Brad Schimel is opposed to filing a lawsuit.
One Wisconsin Now Statements on Attorney General Brad Schimel’s Handling of Untested Rape Kit Backlog
Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel today tried to distract from criticism over his failure to address a backlog of untested rape kits in a timely manner.
Gov. Scott Walker’s State Lawyer Secretly Joined Attorney General Brad Schimel, Department of Justice Lawyers at Hate Group Conference
A top lawyer in Scott Walker’s office joined Attorney General Brad Schimel attending a controversial conference hosted by the Alliance Defending Freedom.
Which attorney general is the only one to take money from Big Pharma? These questions and more when Scot Ross joins the Devils. [WRRD-AM]
"There's no legitimate reason for Gov. Walker's lawyers or Brad Schimel and DOJ staff to be at a hate group conference," said Scot Ross, One Wisconsin Now. [Associated Press]
In his first campaign tv ad, Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel blames families for the current opioid crisis, not pharmaceutical drug manufacturers.
15 Judges Object to State Funds for Federalist Society Conference Where WI AG Brad Schimel Plugged Campaign, Praised Hate Group
One Wisconsin Now, a liberal advocacy group, pointed out that the conference was at a luxury resort in California and is demanding information about that trip. [Center for Media and Democracy]
Wisconsin Republican State Convention Features ‘Pay to Pray’ Event With Gov. Scott Walker, Attorney General Brad Schimel
Gov. Scott Walker’s Republican Party of Wisconsin (RPW) will be charging $50 per person for a “pay to pray” breakfast on Sunday.
Brad Schimel had a lot to say trying to justify his paid appearance before the hate group Alliance Defending Freedom.
“Brad Schimel taking a first-class junket from a special interest group that has brought lawsuits against state entities is alarming,” said Scot Ross. [Associated Press]
Attorney General Brad Schimel Threatens Crackdown on CBD Oil Instead of Holding Opioid Manufacturers Accountable
Brad Schimel is sitting on his hands in holding manufacturers behind the opioid addiction crisis accountable.
Brad Schimel needs to come clean on why he took over $4,100 for first class travel and accommodations to appear before a hate group. [PinkNews]
Kaul is now the lead attorney challenging the voter ID law and other election laws in a lawsuit brought by One Wisconsin Institute. [Rice Lake Chronotype]
Scot Ross joins the Devils for a nice helping of Scott Walkerbashing with a side helping of Brad Schimel bashing. [WRRD-AM]