A federal judge in Wisconsin is blowing the whistle on ALEC-inspired voter ID.
Sanders and Feingold take aim at big money in politics at a rally in Madison.
CMD follows the Koch trails in the documents.
CMD analysis finds dark money ads attributed to groups that coordinated with Governor Walker and his agents constituted express advocacy–not “issue” advocacy.
Independent courts are supposed to be a check on the corruption of the political system.
In the recall fights of 2011-2012, Walker played by a different set of rules.
Documents released by the Guardian indicate that Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker may have solicited and received corporate checks for the 2011 Senate recall fight and his own 2012 recall election.
A $750,000 campaign contribution from lead pigment manufacturer Harold Simmons resulted in a law change that benefited his company and harmed Wisconsin’s children.
Has the legislature given up its effort to gut Wisconsin’s Open Records law?
Inside ALEC’s push against transparency laws and link to Wisconsin’s criminal investigation surrounding Scott Walker.