A federal judge ruled in January that Vos... violated the First Amendment when they blocked liberal group One Wisconsin Now. [Racine Journal Times]
One Wisconsin Now, which sued lawmakers including Assembly Speaker Robin Vos (R-Rochester) and Rep. John Nygren (R-Marinette). [Urban Milwaukee]
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]
Earlier this year, a federal judge also sided with One Wisconsin Now after being blocked by three state assembly Republicans. [Gainsville Sun]
Taxpayers likely will have to pick up legal bills in Twitter case between liberal group and GOP lawmakers
Taxpayers likely will have to pick up the legal fees of a liberal group that sued Republican lawmakers for blocking it on Twitter. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Banning people is just as problematic "online as it is at a town hall meeting," she told the Post. [Newsmax]
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]
A federal judge ruled three Wisconsin GOP lawmakers were in violation of the First Amendment when they blocked One Wisconsin Now [Badger Herald]
Federal Court Sides With One Wisconsin Now in Twitter Blocking Lawsuit Against Republican State Representatives
A judge has delivered an opinion in favor of One Wisconsin Now in their lawsuit over being blocked from the government Twitter accounts.
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.
This ruling reminds our elected officials that when they create a public forum, they can’t silence people with whom they disagree.
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]
A similar lawsuit was filed in October against three Wisconsin state representatives who blocked the Twitter account for One Wisconsin Now. [World]
They don't like One Wisconsin Now's habit of arguing with their views, so thanks to social media technology they can just refuse to give the group access. [Capital Times]
Free speech is not just for the people or organizations whom our state elected officials like or with whom they agree. [Capital Times]
Scot Ross discussed his lawsuit against three Republican lawmakers who have blocked his organization on Twitter. [WKOW-TV]
One Wisconsin Now argues blocking their account violates the First Amendment by denying them access to information that’s being shared publicly. [Wisconsin Radio Network]
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 Wisconsin progressive nonprofit filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against three Republican State Assembly members for blocking its Twitter account. [Courthouse News]
Does blocking someone on Twitter violate the First Amendment? Liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now is arguing yes, if you’re an elected official. [Observer]
The liberal group One Wisconsin Now sued three GOP lawmakers Tuesday for blocking it on Twitter. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
A liberal advocacy group is suing, claiming three Republican lawmakers shouldn't be allowed to block people from their public Twitter accounts. [WISN-TV]