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]
A federal judge concluded three state representatives had violated the First Amendment by blocking One Wisconsin Now. [Washington Post]
This issue has now reached Wisconsin’s western district court with the ruling on One Wisconsin Now v. Kremer. [Badger Herald]
One Wisconsin Now ... sued Vos, Rep. John Nygren of Marinette and then-Rep. Jesse Kremer of Kewaskum for blocking it on Twitter. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
[A federal judge ruled] three GOP state lawmakers violated the First Amendment when they blocked a liberal advocacy group on Twitter. [Wisconsin Public Radio]
One Wisconsin Now has won another victory against Robin Vos and the WISGOP and Scot Ross joins the Devils to take a lap.
One Wisconsin Now Seeks Summary Judgement in Lawsuit Over Republican State Representatives Twitter ‘Blocking’
One Wisconsin Now today asked for summary judgement in their Twitter lawsuit against State Representatives Jesse Kremer, John Nygren and Robin Vos.
One Wisconsin Now released the following statements about a federal court ruling that says Donald Trump cannot block Twitter users based on political views.
Federal decision barring Trump from blocking Twitter users could have implications for Wisconsin case
Scot Ross, executive director of One Wisconsin Now, said the group is encouraged by the ruling. [Capital Times]
On Wednesday, the Madison-based progressive group One Wisconsin Now celebrated the ruling and brought attention to its own similar lawsuit. [Racine Journal Times]
Wisconsin Republicans are introducing a second bill aimed at putting guns into K-12 schools in the state, the latest version aimed at private schools.
Scot Ross, executive director of liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now, had called on Democrats to challenge Kremer in the November election. [Wisconsin State Journal]
Free speech is not just for the people or organizations whom our state elected officials like or with whom they agree. [Capital Times]
One Wisconsin Now is suing three GOP state lawmakers for blocking the organization on Twitter, arguing the step amounted to a violation of the First Amendment. [Wisconsin Public Radio]
A liberal advocacy group is suing, claiming three Republican lawmakers shouldn't be allowed to block people from their public Twitter accounts. [WISN-TV]
Scot Ross, executive director of the liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now, said that is exactly what is happening with his organization. [Wisconsin State Journal]
It was criticism of Kremer’s bill to punish people who disrupt speakers at UW campuses that got One Wisconsin Now blocked from accessing Kremer’s tweets. [Wisconsin State Journal]
One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross released the following statements regarding outrageous comments by Republican State Rep. Jesse Kremer.
Rep. Jesse Kremer, author of an unconstitutional plan to attack free speech rights on UW campuses, has offered an amendment that makes the plan even worse.
Scot Ross, executive director of liberal group One Wisconsin Now, said Kremer's amendment makes his original proposal even worse. [Associated Press]
“It’s worse than big government, it’s Big Brother,” said Scot Ross with the liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now. [Wisconsin Radio Network]
Republican Rep. Jesse Kremer admitted “I agree” with critics who call his Campus Speech Suppression bill unconstitutional.
Fragile Snowflakes Jesse Kremer, Robin Vos, Dave Murphy & Sheila Harsdorf Want to Mandate Campus Safe Spaces Free of Republican Critics
Republicans want to make our campuses safe spaces for Republicans to be free of criticism and subject students to legal sanctions if they speak out.
Wisconsin State Rep. Jesse Kremer Declares Race Not a Problem in U.S. Until Election of First African American President
Jesse Kremer issued a press release yesterday declaring the country has been “torn apart” by the “divisive racism” of the first African American President of the United States.
Assembly Republicans Hold Public Hearing on Legislation to Discriminate Against Transgender School Students
Singling out transgender youths and students is the latest giant leap backwards being considered by the Assembly Republican legislative majority.
"That playing bathroom monitor counts as lawmaking is a sad commentary on how Gov. Walker and the GOP-controlled legislature are running Wisconsin." [Capital Times]
Rep. Jesse Kremer says his bill to place gender restrictions on school bathrooms will increase safety, dignity
Republicans like Jesse Kremer and Steve Nass now they want in our teenagers' bathrooms. It's disgraceful, it's deceitful and it's beyond big government. [Capital Times]
Mike Browne, deputy director of liberal group One Wisconsin Now, said the bill does nothing to reduce poverty and contributes to a culture of shaming the poor. [Badger Herald]
"Jesse Kremer needs to provide the evidence to back up his call for this despicable policy, and if he can't, the first thing he should do after apologizing to the people of Wisconsin is resign." [Capital Times]