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By: Will Flanders and Libby Sobic For many years, Wisconsin has reserved the position of state superintendent of schools for someone steeped in union politics and promising the status quo. But over the past year, COVID-19 has turned many such situations on their heads...
Anthony LoCoco, Deputy Counsel The United States Senate is considering whether to pass the Equality Act, a bill designed to prevent perceived discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity in a wide range of settings such as public...
Higher Educational Aids Board offers scholarships with narrow racial categories The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed a lawsuit in Jefferson County Circuit Court against the Higher Educational Aids Board, a state agency responsible for...
By: Will Flanders While voters in the Wisconsin state superintendent’s race stuck with the status quo candidate, there is growing evidence around the state that voters are fed up with the current state of Wisconsin education, and are growing less willing to provide...
WILL sued WEC in 2019 after state agency refused to clean up voter rolls The News: The Wisconsin Supreme Court issued a 5-2 decision, Friday, that the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) does not have a duty to remove voters from the rolls who have been flagged as...
By: Jessica Holmberg Gov. Evers recently signed two bills that increase public school choice in Wisconsin. SB 109 and SB 110 specifically aim to remove barriers to accessing Wisconsin’s largest school choice option, the Open Enrollment Program, by expanding access to...