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Goodbye Gableman

Following 14 months of secrecy and outrageous spending, Assembly Republicans’ sham review of the 2020 presidential election has finally spun out of control with reports that Michael Gableman has been removed from his position as legal head of the inquiry - but not before Wisconsin taxpayers were forced to pay nearly $900,000 to fund the circus that has rendered no viable results. 

Conservative Politicians in Wisconsin are Still Obstructing Equal Pay

August calendars mark both Black Women’s Equal Pay Day (August 3) and Single Working Women’s Day (August 4). Both are great opportunities to recognize that - across race and gender - we all deserve equal opportunity under the law and equal compensation for the work that we do. 

Honoring Black-Owned Business Month

August is National Black-Owned Business Month, a time to celebrate and uplift Black-owned businesses across Wisconsin and honor the innumerable contributions they make to our local communities each and every day.

Senate Debate Highlights the Divisiveness of Ron Johnson

At a televised debate Sunday night, Wisconsin's Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate discussed their visions for the Badger State - and it’s a far cry from what Republican Sen. Ron Johnson envisions for Wisconsin.

Tim Michels Suggests Possible Willingness to Overturn 2020 Election in Latest Pander to MAGA Extremists

As the January 6 Committee continues to offer more insight into the lies and violence that went into the MAGA extremists’ attack on the nation’s capital last year, Trump-endorsed gubernatorial candidate Tim Michels is suggesting he would be open to taking action as governor of Wisconsin to continue the criminal conspiracy and overturn the will of the people who voted in the 2020 election.

Celebrating Independence Day in 2022

Independence Day is a moment to reflect on the freedoms that this country was founded on. This year, it’s impossible not to recognize the recent failures to realize those freedoms.

Republican Politicians Attend NRA Convention Instead of Addressing Common Sense Gun Law

This weekend, Republican politicians in Wisconsin, including Attorney General candidate Eric Toney and conservative state legislators, will join in at the National Rifle Association’s (NRA) state conference - all while families across the nation are still gathered in mourning the toll of gun violence massacres in New York, Texas, and other local communities and common sense gun safety reform laws languish.