Josh Kaul makes campaign stop in Eau Claire

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The Democratic candidate for attorney general made his case Friday for why Wisconsin should back away from trying to end the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Josh Kaul is challenging Republican incumbent Brad Schimel in November. > ABC 18 Eau Claire

Brad Schimel will miss Scott Pruitt, but he will carry on

When it comes to environmental protection — or more accurately, destruction — departed EPA head Scott Pruitt and Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel are two peas in a pod. > Cap Times

In new ads, two Wisconsin sheriffs defend AG Schimel’s handling of sex assault evidence kits

Two Wisconsin law enforcement officers are defending Attorney General Brad Schimel and his handling of the state’s rape kit testing backlog in new campaign ads released by a national Republican organization. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Schimel doesn’t merit victory lap for dragging feet on rape kits

Attorney General Brad Schimel recently tried to take a victory lap on rape kit testing. “Really?”, asks state Rep. Melissa Sargent in the Cap Times, who says his foot-dragging has delayed justice for victims across the state.

Kaul wants to overturn state abortion ban, calls for debates with Schimel

Democratic attorney general candidate Josh Kaul said Wednesday the Wisconsin Legislature should make clear in state law that women can legally seek abortions in the event the U.S. Supreme Court leaves that question to states. He also challenged Schimel to a debate in each of the state’s eight congressional districts. > AP News

Wisconsin AG rips Democrats’ prison release plans


Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel ripped the Democratic gubernatorial candidates’ proposals to release inmates from Wisconsin prisons Monday, calling the plans irresponsible and dangerous. Schimel said during a conference call with reporters that the Democrats’ plans are too vague and would result in violent criminals walking the streets. > AP News

Schimel won’t join lawsuits against Trump immigration policy, opioid manufacturers

Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel said Thursday he has no interest in joining a multi-state lawsuit challenging President Trump’s immigration policy, and he would only join a multi-state lawsuit against opioid manufacturers as a last resort. But Schimel said he was taking the lead on a multi-state suit to overturn the Affordable Care Act. > Wisconsin Public Radio