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FAUST V. VILSACK

A federal lawsuit challenging the unconstitutional race discrimination in the American Rescue Plan’s provision to offer loan forgiveness based on racial categories. WILL represents five farmers from four states who would be eligible for the federal government’s loan forgiveness program, but for their race.

VITOLO V. GUZMAN

A federal lawsuit filed on behalf of a Tennessee restaurant owner against the United States Small Business Administration (SBA) over race and gender discrimination in the administration of the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, a $28.6 billion program authorized by the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).

PUBLIC SCHOOL CURRICULUM TRANSPARENCY

Curriculum transparency legislation would arm parents and taxpayers with the ability to access and review controversial curriculum material in public schools.

BLASKA V. CITY OF MADISON

WILL filed a federal lawsuit in the Western District of Wisconsin against the City of Madison after the City established a Police Civilian Oversight Board that imposes unconstitutional racial quotas.

S.W. V. EVERS

Wisconsin law permits school districts to discriminate against disabled students by refusing to permit them to open enroll into their district. WILL sued to stop this practice, which violates federal anti-discrimination law.

DUNCAN V. NEVADA

Nevada created an education savings account program to expand school choice. Predictably, teacher unions challenged the law as unconstitutional. WILL filed an amicus brief in support of the law, which the Nevada Supreme Court found did not unconstitutionally spend public funds for a religious purpose.

SAINT JOAN ANTIDA V. MPS

The Milwaukee Public School District refuses to transport children to private schools as it is required to do by state law. WILL sued to force the district to abide by its obligations.

SCHOOL CHOICE WISCONSIN ACTION V. DPI

WILL sued State Superintendent of Public Instruction Carolyn Stanford Taylor and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) for their unfair, illegal treatment of private schools in Wisconsin’s choice programs. DPI denied private choice schools the opportunity to fully utilize online, virtual learning as part of classroom instruction.