Click on the ruling to see all of Wisconsin Assembly Republicans's statements for that ruling.
John Doe tool could no longer investigate political misconduct
A Republican bill that would change John Doe criminal investigations is "creating exceptions in the law for politicians."
Eliminating bachelor's degree requirement key change
A Republican budget proposal "would have Wisconsin have the weakest standards for who can be a teacher in the classroom in the country."
No specific deadline
Under a new law regulating abortions, "Even if you're raped, if you don't report it in the first 30 days, the Republicans will force you to have an ultrasound."
Right on guns, iPad; but pencil and paper?
"You can't bring an iPad or a piece of paper and a pencil in the (Wisconsin Assembly) gallery to take notes of what's going on," but "you can bring a gun up there."
Lost the war but won this talking point
Democratic Party candidates for the state Assembly "actually received 200,000 more votes statewide" than their Republican counterparts in the 2012 election
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