ALEC descends on San Diego for its annual meeting of lobbyists and legislators. Mayor Faulconer will be there to greet them.
News Articles By Brendan Fischer
Scott Walker, Ted Cruz and other presidential candidates will address ALEC's annual meeting this week.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has single-handedly rewritten the state’s limits on money in politics.
On the same day that Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker announced his run for president, the Wisconsin GOP wants to bury his record and gut Wisconsin's open records law.
A legitimate bipartisan effort to enforce Wisconsin's long-standing campaign finance laws has been contorted beyond recognition into a "partisan witch hunt" by a well-funded legal and media campaign.
Scott Walker is taking heat for claiming that supporting equal pay for women "pit[s] one group of Americans versus another." In Jamelle Bouie's view, "If any candidate could run a rigid campaign of polarization—aimed at winning as many white voters as possible—it’s Walker."
Scott Walker's attacks on unions and family-supporting jobs in Wisconsin helped elevate his national profile and ingratiated him with deep-pocketed political donors like the Kochs. Can he take this agenda nationwide?
In Walker's Wisconsin, women would "clog up the legal system" if allowed to sue over pay discrimination, but men should be given the right to sue if a woman exercises control over her own body.
Breaking: Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker will address ALEC's annual meeting in San Diego this July. He's an ALEC alum who has pushed ALEC's agenda into law in the state.
Two career prosecutors--one a Republican, one a Democrat--just called Scott Walker a liar, and not a single national newspaper took notice.