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President Trump Discusses WILL Lawsuit at White House

Free speech executive order prominently features WILL The News: On Thursday afternoon, Polly Olsen, WILL’s client in a campus free speech lawsuit against ...

Responding to Critics of Medicaid Expansion Study

WILL’s Medicaid study showing a net negative impact on Wisconsin citizens upset a lot of people who are committed to the fiction of “free” Medicaid.  A lot

STUDY: K-12 Spending Increases Unlikely to Result in Student Success

New analysis on K-12 spending raises questions about student impact The News: Last month, Governor Tony Evers proposed $1.4 billion in additional spending

WILL Asks U.S. Supreme Court to Review Religious Liberty Case

The News: WILL is asking the United States Supreme Court to review St. Augustine v. Taylor, a suit that poses critical questions on the relationship ...

Governor Evers Agrees With WILL on Legal Status of Wedding Barns

Evers administration pledges to interpret law as previously practiced The News: A day after the Wisconsin Department of Justice responded to WILL’s lawsuit

Evers Admin. Prolongs Uncertainty for Wedding Barn Owners

Evers, Kaul provide no clarity on legality of wedding barns The News: The Wisconsin Department of Justice, on behalf of the Evers administration, issued a ...

WILL Budget Explainer: The Administrative State

How Evers’ Budget Empowers Executive, Regulatory State The News: Last week, Governor Tony Evers released his 2019-2021 budget. WILL Deputy Counsel Lucas ...

Time to Repeal Minimum Markup Law

Hidden tax raises price of goods, does not protect small business The News: A bipartisan consensus is forming that it is time to repeal Wisconsin’s minimum