On the Heels of a Decision Harming Private Sector Workers, Trump Appointee Neil Gorsuch Votes to Cripple Public Sector Unions, Threatening Good Paying Jobs, Harming Public Service
ALEC’s Deadly Asbestos Agenda Benefits Koch Industries, Nationwide
ALEC’s “Legislator of the Week” Goes to Bat for Asbestos
U.S. Supreme Court Decision a “Roadmap” for a Ruling on Partisan Gerrymandering Case
Court Remands Case to Three Judge Panel to Cure Standing Problem
Democracy on the March in the Badger State: 10 Democrats Vie to Take on Scott Walker
1,300 People Turned Out for Democratic Convention in Hopes That People Power Can Outflank Koch Cash
EPIC Fail: Supreme Court Turns Back the Clock to Strip Workers of Power
Wages Stagnate as Workers’ Power Declines
15 Judges Object to State Funds for Federalist Society Conference Where WI AG Brad Schimel Plugged Campaign, Praised Hate Group
The Federalist Society is a considered by many to be a highly partisan political operation.
Trampling Local Democracy: Beverage Industry Pushes Soda Tax Ban in Harrisburg
You wouldn’t watch your kid gobble up nine teaspoons of sugar a day would you?
ALEC Task Forces Gather in Grand Rapids to Draft Bills for Its Corporate Sponsors
ALEC holds annual Spring Task Force Summit April 27 in Grand Rapids.
Wisconsin GOP Was in Retreat and Disarray Before Paul Ryan Raised the White Flag
It is hard to imagine any other Speaker leaving his post at such a pivotal time in the nation’s history.
Bills to Ban Local Soda Taxes Are Moving In the States, Coke and Pepsi Borrow from the Tobacco Playbook
Watch out public health advocates – as soda taxes are bubbling up in cities across the nation – the beverage industry is working to choke off this expression of local democracy.