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WILL to Participate in Wisconsin Supreme Court Oral Argument in Legal Challenge to Gov. Evers’s COVID-19 Emergency Declarations

WILL to address unconstitutional delegation of legislative power The News: The Wisconsin Supreme Court granted the Wisconsin Institute for Law & ...

WILL Amicus: Gov. Evers’s Emergency Declarations Threaten Separation of Powers

WILL files amicus in original action before Wisconsin Supreme Court The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed an amicus ...

Walker-era FoodShare Reforms Lowered Unemployment, Boosted Labor Force Participation

New study finds positive workforce effects from 2015 reforms The News: A new study from the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) finds ...

WILL Asks Judge to Decide on Merits in Lawsuit Challenging Gov. Evers’s Emergency Declarations

Critical questions remain before the court on emergency powers The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed a motion for summary ...

Policy Brief: Surplus Property Law Results in Just One Vacant Milwaukee School Sale to Charter School

WILL Policy Brief revisits how state law was thwarted by local actors for the last five years The News: A new Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty ...

WILL Pledges Appeal in Lawsuit Challenging Governor Evers’s Emergency Declarations

Judge denies WILL’s motion for injunction The News: St. Croix County Circuit Court Judge R. Michael Waterman denied the Wisconsin Institute for Law & ...

Wisconsin Supreme Court Sides with Legislature in Critical Separation of Powers Case

WILL filed amicus urging Supreme Court to allow Legislature to defend state law The News: The Wisconsin Supreme Court, in a 4-3 decision, held that the ...

WILL Amicus: State Legislature Should Have Standing to Defend State Law When Attorney General Doesn’t Defend It

Case presents critical threat to separation of powers UPDATE: The Wisconsin Supreme Court issued a 4-3 decision on October 6, 2020 holding the legislature ...