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By Brendan Fischer on June 12, 2014

The John Doe "raids" may have happened on the watch of Republicans, and came close to a top Walker advisor and a Franklin Center/Wisconsin Reporter leader.

By Rebekah Wilce on June 11, 2014

Hawai'i has become "ground zero" in the controversy over genetically modified (GMO) crops and pesticides. The out-of-state pesticide and GMO firms Syngenta, Monsanto, DuPont Pioneer, Dow Chemical, BASF, and Bayer CropScience have brought substantial sums of corporate cash into the state's relatively small political arena.

By Brendan Fischer on June 09, 2014

Since the U.S. Supreme Court's 2010 decision in Citizens United v FEC, American elections have been flooded with money.

By Mary Bottari on June 07, 2014

After Wisconsin’s gay marriage ban was struck down as unconstitutional late on Friday, gay and lesbian couples rushed down to the courthouse in Madison and Milwaukee to take their vows.

By Mary Bottari on June 05, 2014

All across the country, public services are increasingly outsourced to private contractors in the name of efficiency and cost savings. But a new report shows that outsourcing hurts workers.

By Mary Bottari on June 03, 2014

The Supreme Court is poised to decide is Harris v. Quinn, "the most important labor law case the court has considered in decades."

By Brendan Fischer on June 02, 2014

Wisconsin Club for Growth has launched a new legal volley in its well-funded effort to thwart the state’s John Doe campaign finance probe.

By Brendan Fischer on May 28, 2014

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's campaign is reportedly negotiating a settlement with prosecutors in the long-running "John Doe" criminal campaign finance probe -- and the Wall Street Journal editorial board, which for months has attacked prosecutors and portrayed the investigation as baseless, is livid.

By Brendan Fischer on May 28, 2014

Whomever is bankrolling AFP's $900K pro-Walker ad buy can write-off the expenses as a charitable contribution, just like a donation to a neighborhood church or the American Red Cross.

By Ruth Conniff on May 28, 2014

California Secretary of State candidate Derek Cressman has made a career of fighting the billionaires who are trying to hijack democracy.

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