Inviting the meddling of Robin Vos and Scott Fitzgerald means more electoral mischief, not solutions. [Wisconsin Examiner]
A federal judge ruled in January that Vos... violated the First Amendment when they blocked liberal group One Wisconsin Now. [Racine Journal Times]
Robin Vos acknowledged climate change “probably” exists but, despite overwhelming peer reviewed scientific evidence of human impact, he has “no idea why it is occurring.”
The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents is poised to push forward with a controversial plan to limit campus speech.
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]
While vacationing in historic Vienna, Austria, Robin Vos took time out from sightseeing to vow to oppose Gov. Tony Evers’ agenda.
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 handful of Republicans in the state legislature have re-introduced legislation to protect right-wing hate speech on UW campuses.
In the three years since Judge Peterson’s ruling, Wisconsin voters have shown that they will vote when given the opportunity to vote.
Robin Vos is refusing to make a simple workplace accommodation for a fellow state legislator who was paralyzed.
Robin Vos recently declared the state Assembly he oversees would be taking the summer off and not return to session work until October.
Statements from One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Analiese Eicher on Gov. Tony Evers’ action today on the 2019 state budget.
Reflecting on Budget, Robin Vos Wishes He Could Have Delivered Even More Than $1.4 Billion in Tax Giveaways for Wealthy, Corporations
An investigative report by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel exposes the self dealing ways of Assembly Speaker Robin Vos.
When It Comes to Lawyers for Himself, Robin Vos Spares No Taxpayer-Funded Expense.
A review of the antics of Robin Vos around the 2017 budget reveal it’s the same old Assembly Speaker.
It’s ridiculous that GOP leaders vow partisan obstruction to the death one minute, then accuse people of not negotiating with them.
Media reports, based on a letter released by Tony Evers, indicate Foxconn has approached the state seeking changes to an agreement.
Analiese Eicher, executive director of One Wisconsin Now, said Tuesday's disclosure made Republican lawmakers look bad. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
One Year Ago: Robin Vos Traveling Companion Cliff Rosenberger Resigned Amid FBI Corruption Investigation
Today marks an ignominious one year anniversary for Assembly Speaker Robin Vos.
To help Wisconsin better get to know the man using their money for his ends, One Wisconsin Now has unveiled a new site.
New Court Filings Show Assembly Speaker Robin Vos Using Taxpayer Money to Dodge Questions About What He Did With Taxpayer Money
Lawyers Argue Robin Vos Can’t Be Questioned Over His Schemes Using Public Resources to Protect His Own Political Power
Marking the day women would, on average, have to work until to equal the wage earned by a man in calendar year 2018.
A federal judge concluded three state representatives had violated the First Amendment by blocking One Wisconsin Now. [Washington Post]
Robin Vos won’t talk in connection with a lawsuit filed over his and state Republicans’ rigging of state legislative district lines.
As research by the liberal group One Wisconsin Now has found, “Vos’ financial disclosures reveal his personal wealth... [Urban Milwaukee]
Robin Vos’ scheme to protect a tax loophole that unfairly benefits the wealthiest could result in cuts to public school funding
Robin Vos Giving $500 an Hour Lawyers a Blank Check to Defend His Scheme to Rig the Rules for Foxconn
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.
Robin Vos has a history of mixing policy, politics and personal business that casts a shadow over this tax debate.
This issue has now reached Wisconsin’s western district court with the ruling on One Wisconsin Now v. Kremer. [Badger Herald]
Speaker Robin Vos and Republican legislators took control of the agency in charge of the Foxconn deal and slashed accountability. [Global Engineering News]
Robin Vos is sparing no expense on his schemes to gain political power for himself.
The decision from U.S. District Judge William Conley siding with the group, One Wisconsin Now, serves to illustrate emerging views... [Racine Journal Times]
The decision, written by District Judge William Conley, is the second win for One Wisconsin Now ... this week. [Capital Times]
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.
For 2019 Republican Speaker of the State Assembly Robin “Boss” Vos will have a million dollar staff, literally.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos of Rochester has hired three former Walker officials to his staff and Rep. John Nygren of Marinette has taken on Walker’s former budget director. Those new positions are adding more than $300,000 to the Assembly payroll, records show. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Robin Vos has shown he doesn’t like leaks in either his professional or private life, based on recent media reports and public records.
"Scott Walker is the public face of conservative power... Robin Vos is the behind-the-scenes guy." [Associated Press]
“Scott Fitzgerald and Robin Vos are trying to pull off a Donald Trump-level gaslighting with their excuses for why they called a sore loser legislative session.” [the Isthmus]
A federal court ruling in the voting rights case struck down racially-motivated restrictions on early voting imposed by Wisconsin Republicans.
GOP Blames Voters Voting for Electoral Defeats, Proposes Plan to Limit Participation in 2020 State High Court Race
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.
Analiese Eicher noted Republicans fought plans to hold special elections this year and complained about the cost of past recall elections. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Robin Vos was not elected Governor. He does not have a mandate from the people of Wisconsin for his brand of extreme partisanship.
Robin Vos hit a foul note suggesting just the opposite with a call for a right-wing power grab in a lame duck session, before Democrats take the offices.