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More Divided Than Ever: WILL Examines How Technological Advancements & Social Media Undermine Interpersonal Relationships

The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty released a new report assessing the profound impact of technological advancements and social media on human interaction, social dynamics, and relationships during the 20th and 21st centuries.

Beloit School District Sponsors Illegal & Discriminatory Scholarships, Solicits Employees for Funding

Today, the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) warned the School District of Beloit that it must cease all discriminatory programs.

WILL’s Win in Transportation Utility Fee Case Saves Taxpayers Millions Statewide

WILL's legal win over the town of Buchanan is paying dividend for Wisconsin taxpayers across the state.

WILL Helps to Defend Elkhorn School District’s Policy that protects the Safety and Privacy of its Female Students

WILL has filed a conditional motion to intervene and to participate as an amicus party in a lawsuit recently filed against the Elkhorn School District for designating separate bathrooms based on biological gender.

WILL Condemns DPI’s Ridiculous Attempt to Disguise Lackluster Student Achievement

WILL strongly condemns the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) for changing the terminology regarding student performance as well as once again considering changing the cut points for proficiency on the state’s Forward Exam.

WILL Challenges Unconstitutional DNR Rule

The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty has challenged the Department of Natural Resources on an administrative rule that violates the Second Amendment.

Kobs v. Little

Case Name: Kobs v. Steven Little, Acting DNR Secretary Type of Case: Constitutional Government and Rule of Law Court: Sheboygan County Circuit Court Filed ...

WILL, IRG Motion for Summary Judgment in SOS Public Records Case

The Institute for Reforming Government, represented by attorneys at the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, filed for summary judgment in a public records lawsuit against Wisconsin Secretary of State, Sarah Godlewski.