As the home of Robin Vos traveling companion Cliff Rosenberger is raided by federal authorities, lobbyist reveals payday loan industry business discussed on trip.
"Taxpayers paid for Robin Vos to take a state a plane so he could meet with a guy who resigned from office because he's under investigation with the FBI." [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
“The more we learn about Robin Vos’ high-flying ways, the more questions there are,” said Joanna Beilman-Dulin. [Associated Press]
Robin Vos has subsidized his lifestyle with first class travel on junkets paid for by payday lenders and other special interests.
"Payday lenders and the others paying for these junkets have stamped Robin Vos' passport to corruption," Browne said in a statement. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
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Payday Loan Industry Spared No Expense Making Memories for Speaker Robin Vos on Free European Vacation
A story in the Cincinnati Enquirer reports the details of the lavish accommodations provided for Assembly Speaker Robin Vos on his junket to London, England.
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The list of questions Robin Vos needs to answer about his relationship with sleazy Cliff Rosenberger and how he’s doing business in Wisconsin keeps growing.
Robin Vos’ fantastical claim raises even more questions that must be answered about his already shady relationship with the payday loan industry.
Wisconsin Republicans received nearly $90,000 from execs of title lender involved in free London trip for Robin Vos
"If there's one thing to know about payday loans, it's that the people in this racket expect to be repaid," Browne said. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
The Wisconsin Assembly's top leader was among a group of lawmakers from several states who took a free trip with lobbyists to London — an August excursion that contributed to the resignation Tuesday of his counterpart in Ohio. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]