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Referendums Failed Likely Due to COVID-19 School Closures

By: Will Flanders While voters in the Wisconsin state superintendent’s race stuck with the status quo candidate, there is growing evidence around the ...

WILL President Rick Esenberg on Supreme Court Decision in Zignego v. WEC

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 ...

Bills Increase Access to Open Enrollment, Expanding Public School Choice

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 ...

WILL Demands WI Department of Corrections Clarify Policy on In-Person Clergy Visits

Religious volunteers unable to minister in-person at WI DOC facilities, violating inmate rights The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty ...

Wisconsin Supreme Court: Gov. Evers’ Multiple Emergency Declarations Violate Law

WILL sued in circuit court in August 2020 arguing Evers violated law The News: The Wisconsin Supreme Court issued a 4-3 decision in Fabick v. Evers, ...

MPS PLAN LACKS URGENCY, PREVENTS MOST HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FROM RETURNING

By Will Flanders and Libby Sobic The Milwaukee Public School Board adopted a plan to bring some Milwaukee students back into the classroom in April ...

Analyis: CTCL Grants to Wisconsin Municipalities Boosted Democrat Turnout

By Will Flanders, Research Director Election grants from CTCL increased turnout in Democratic areas with no statistically significant impact on ...

WILL Budget Briefing: A Deep Dive on Governor Evers’ 2021-23 State Budget Proposal

Increases in spending, programs, and new attacks on education and worker freedom The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) policy ...