A complaint has been filed at the GAB against the Wisconsin AFL-CIO over the union’s failure to disclose political activities last year.
Wisconsin Recent Headlines
Fifteen Wisconsin senators voted against a sweeping property and income tax cut on Tuesday.
A frequently quoted report that claims a minimum wage increase would actually create jobs in Wisconsin was authored by partisan economist who admittedly counts legislative votes when determining her success.
A judicial candidate running against a judge appointed to the Waupaca County bench by Gov. Scott Walker seems to have some trouble paying her bills.
A powerful labor union backed a Democratic candidate in a special election last year but never disclosed the amount of money it spent on the effort.
Democratic Rep. Sandy Pasch refused to condemn fellow Democratic Rep. Gordon Hintz after prostitution sting.
Liberal Prof. Joel Rogers of the University of Wisconsin charged taxpayers $23,444 for travel in the final six months of 2013. Rogers’ travel frequently supports liberal causes.
Democratic state Rep. Evan Goyke has done the bidding of his powerful trial attorney uncle who has now been charged with domestic abuse.
Wisconsin is a great state for union bosses. Gov. Scott Walker’s public sector collective bargaining reforms of 2011 have not prevented union officials from making hefty six-figure salaries even as some of their organizations struggle to retain members.
Congressman Tom Petri is confused about where he lives. His staff is also confused. He has a house in Washington D.C. and a house and a non-existent address in Wisconsin.