And, let's not forget Nygren's role in blocking the liberal group One Wisconsin Now from following him on Twitter. [Capital Times]
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]
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]
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.
John Nygren has been seeking information about a program in Connecticut that helps borrowers there refinance their student loans at lower interest rates.
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]
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]
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]
As part of the 2011-13 budget, the GOP-controlled legislature cut the entire $8.7 million in general purpose revenue appropriated for an AODA grant program.
A new Republican scheme to funnel money to the unaccountable private school voucher program appears to be taking shape, and it looks a lot like money laundering.
MADISON, Wis. — Almost daily new revelations have raised serious questions about the propriety and legality of Gov. Walker and Republican legislators inclusion of a sweetheart deal in the state budget that would have given $500,000 of taxpayer money to a group that endorsed Walker in his recall election. In the face of mounting questions and […]
One Wisconsin Now Statements on Appointment of Rep. John Nygren as Co-Chair of the Joint Committee on Finance
MADISON, Wis. — One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross released the following statements regarding the appointment of Republican Representative John Nygren as Assembly Co-chair of the Joint Committee on Finance: “Rep. John Nygren’s appointment as Assembly Co-Chair is a sure sign that special interests can expect business as usual under the new Assembly Republican […]
MADISON, Wis. — Assembly Republicans have backed down from a controversial plan to siphon millions per biennium from Green Bay public schools to support private schools, just days after One Wisconsin Now filed a comprehensive open records request with five top legislators seeking communications between their offices and numerous representatives of the school privatization industry. […]
MADISON, Wis. — Insurance companies across the state could see a mass exodus of existing Wisconsin customers if rates do not drop immediately after passage of an insurance lobby-supported bill to reduce the required insurance coverage for state drivers. The insurance lobby has blamed required insurance levels for raising rates, leaving customers to reasonably expect […]