Blog

Select Category

Rep. Snodgrass Out of Touch with Families on Education Reform

By:  Will Flanders & Libby Sobic Yesterday, State Representative Lee Snodgrass created a firestorm with her Tweet, “If parents who want to have a ...

WILL Supports Parent Bill of Rights

Legislation ensures parents receive access to material, rights to notifications The News: Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) Director of ...

Six Reforms to Improve Wisconsin’s Regulatory Climate

A recent WILL study found that the Wisconsin Administrative Code contains more than 161,000 restrictions, making Wisconsin the most regulated state on a per-capita basis in the Great Lakes region. WILL Policy Director, Kyle Koenen, and WILL Deputy Counsel, Lucas Vebber, provide six specific reforms that policymakers can adopt to address Wisconsin’s burdensome regulatory climate.

MPS Amends Union-Leave Policy After WILL Lawsuit

Amended policy now explicitly requires activities to be politically and ideologically view-point neutral The News: The Milwaukee Public School Board voted ...

WILL Supports Election Integrity Bills

Legislation clarifies procedures, ensures rule of law, increases accountability UPDATE: Election integrity reforms are being voted on in the Wisconsin ...

Wisconsin School Closures Hurt Districts With Many Low-Income, African American Students

Study finds academic performance drops in math and English for schools that started 2020-21 school year closed. The News: A new study from the Wisconsin ...

A Community Center, Soon-to-Be Choice School, for Mattoon

By: Cori Petersen Mattoon, Wisc. had a population of 467 in 2019. It is a very rural village and doesn’t have much: a grocery store, a gas station, a ...

Wisconsin Supreme Court Takes WILL Challenge to Absentee Ballot Drop Boxes

Wisconsin Supreme Court takes WILL challenge to hear drop boxes, ballot harvesting The News: The Wisconsin Supreme Court agreed to hear Teigen v Wisconsin ...