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The state’s largest corporate special interest lobbying outfit, Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce, is hosting a pre-election pep rally for Scott Walker today.

The Same Gang That Tried to Win Election With Ad Outing Child Victim of Sex Assault Now Misleads on Record of Tony Evers.

Today, One Wisconsin Now Research Director Joanna Beilman-Dulin blasted DOJ’s response as, “wholly inadequate.”

WMC set a new low, violating the privacy of children who were the victims of sexual abuse ... The voters have spoken, overwhelmingly rejecting these tactics.

Voters rejected the efforts of Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce that spent at least $1.6 million to try to elect their favored candidate.

This shows that in their desperation to try and win an election WMC knows it did something hideous and now they are trying to hide.

Meanwhile, liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now, which has worked to discredit Screnock, sent a letter to WMC’s Board of Directors.

The criticism of the ad comes from several victims advocates as well as the liberal-leaning, One Wisconsin Now group.

One Wisconsin Now has sent the following letter to the board of directors of the Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce demanding it pull down the television ad.

Joanna Beilman-Dulin at One Wisconsin Now said voters should not trust a candidate who has sided with “big corporate polluters and recklessly unsafe employers.”

A Milwaukee family says it's outraged after seeing a political advertisement on TV that they say identifies child victims of sexual assault.

Some $1.5 million has been spent by the WMC to support him, including ... $898,430 for the general election, according to figures compiled by One Wisconsin Now.

He has also faced scrutiny for not saying whether he would step away from cases involving the state’s business lobby, Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce.

Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce is back on the air with television and radio ads in support of their favored candidate, Michael Screnock.

Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Michael Screnock will be a no-show at a forum sponsored by the Dane County Bar Association today.

Michael Screnock was the beneficiary of nearly $600,000 in television ads courtesy of the state big business lobby. How will he say thank you?

Despite a massive spending advantage and no other conservative opposition, the hand-picked candidate of Gov. Scott Walker failed to snag a majority of the vote.

One Wisconsin Now tallied $584,000 spent by the WMC Issues Mobilization Council on broadcast, cable and satellite TV praising Screnock.

The liberal group One Wisconsin Now said Tuesday [right-wing special interest groups] have spent nearly $550,000 so far.

Michael Screnock’s Rejection of Recusal Rule Reform Signals Special Interests Their Spending on His Election Could Pay Off

Gov. Scott Walker, Attorney General Brad Schimel and WMC are now turning their sights to rewriting the rules for nominees to the United States Supreme Court.

"WMC is attacking a Democrat for supporting the same policy that they do, and that his opponent does," said Scot Ross of liberal group One Wisconsin Now.

We’ll debate whoever the state big business lobby wants about this giveaway of millions of our tax dollars to a handful of multimillionaires anytime, anywhere.

When the head of Gov. Walker's job creation agency makes dozens of workers choose between their religion and their jobs, it's another reminder of why Wisconsin remains at the bottom of job creation in the Midwest.

It’s very clear that the corporate special interests and lobbyists are trying to undo the results of the 2009 election in which Chief Justice Abrahamson was overwhelmingly reelected.

Serial non-taxpayer Sen. Tom Tiffany is out with a new plan to shift $270 million in state taxes from businesses onto Wisconsin homeowners.

WMC spent millions of dollars to install Republicans in power, and now the payoff is a rush to pass a wrong for Wisconsin right to work law.

An open records request has uncovered that the only two non-government employees who accompanied Gov. Walker on his ostensible trade mission to London.

The watchdog group One Wisconsin Now released research on the Milwaukee-based Bradley Foundation, headed by Gov. Scott Walker’s campaign co-chair.

Once again we see Michael Grebe and his Bradley Foundation paving the way for Gov. Walker’s right-wing, Tea Party agenda with a massive propaganda campaign.

One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross submitted the following testimony in opposition to Assembly Joint Resolution 1, being heard in the Assembly Judiciary Committee today.

The Supreme Court, with Justice Bradley abstaining, voted to hear several appeals related to the criminal investigation of collusion between the Walker's campaign and outside groups.

According to campaign finance filings, the RGA appears to have been funneling their TV ads supporting Walker through the state big business lobby, WMC.

The wallet and fingerprints of Scott Walker’s campaign co-chair, Michael Grebe, are all over this last-second desperate smear against Mary Burke.

A review of IRS records and Bradley Foundation reports reveals they have provided significant financial support for the media outlet that first reported on the smear.

It’s not just his voting record of following the his party bosses more than 99 percent of the time that say Howard Marklein is full of it when he claims he’s independent.

Howard Marklein touts his political independence while on the campaign trail, but a review of his voting record in Madison tells a very different tale.

A review of annual reports from the Bradley Foundation, run by Gov. Walker’s campaign co-chair, shows it doled out $80,000 to Ave Maria University in Florida.

A top lobbyist at Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce unleashed an angry tirade at a Tuesday press conference held by women opposing WMC’s attacks on pay equity in Wisconsin.

Less than 24 hours after leaders called out WMC for attacking pay equity supporters as radical and anti-business, it appears WMC has scrubbed their website and taken down their graphic insulting supporters of equal pay.

Lawmakers, along with representatives of the liberal group One Wisconsin Now and the women’s rights organization 9to5, called on the state chamber to remove an offensive, anti-equal pay image from its website.

It’s offensive that WMC is trying to raise money off the suggestion that equal pay is a radical idea and it’s disappointing to think that Wisconsin businesses would contribute to such campaign.

A reminder from April 14 of how four of seven Wisconsin Supreme Court Justices owe their current elected position to the millions of dollars in spending in their races by the Wisconsin...

MADISON, Wis. — Despite claims made by Gov. Walker to the media that he was an intractable supporter of reducing mining regulations, as reported in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel today Walker as...

MADISON, Wis. — Today’s state Supreme Court decisions supporting Gov. Scott Walker’s attacks on workers and voters were spearheaded by a four-member majority bloc that was elected through $8 million in spending by...

MADISON, Wis. — One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross released the following statements on Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce comments on outsourcing and Wisconsin jobs. ‎”Wisconsin Manufactures and Commerce has spent millions of...

MADISON, Wis. — Contained in hundreds of pages of recently unsealed John Doe investigation court documents is information about the participation of the state big business lobby, the Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce (WMC),...