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Wisconsin Supreme Court Adopts Criteria for Redistricting in WILL Lawsuit

Court will adopt maps without considering partisanship, will seek “least changes” The News: The Wisconsin Supreme Court issued an opinion in Johnson v. ...

Judge Rules DNR Violated State Law When It Failed to Schedule Wolf Hunt

WILL filed lawsuit in February 2021 when DNR tried to delay hunt until fall The News: Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge Bennett J. Brantmeier issued a ...

Now Hiring: Associate Counsel

About the Associate Counsel Opening: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) is looking for a passionate and entrepreneurial Associate ...

Wisconsin’s State Report Cards Mask Troubling Proficiency Rates

Will Flanders, Research Director Wisconsin’s recently released state report cards for the 2020-21 school year paint a relatively rosy picture: 399 (out of ...

B.F. v. Kettle Moraine School District

Two sets of Wisconsin parents are suing the Kettle Moraine School District (KMSD) for a policy that facilitates and “affirms” a minor student’s gender transition at school, even over the parents’ objection. The lawsuit was filed in Waukesha County Circuit Court by the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) and Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF).

WILL, ADF Sue Kettle Moraine School District for Violating Parents’ Rights

School district refuses to respect parents’ decision about transitioning at school The News: Two sets of Wisconsin parents are suing the Kettle Moraine ...

WILL to Argue Brown County Sales Tax Case at Wisconsin Supreme Court

Lawsuit challenges Brown County’s use of local sales tax for capital projects The News: Attorneys for the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) ...

STUDY: Wisconsin Has More Per Capita Regulations Than Neighboring States

Wisconsin Regulation in Focus, by WILL Bradley Freedom Fellow and University of Wisconsin – La Crosse Professor, Adam Hoffer, PhD, and James Broughel, PhD, Senior Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, provides an in-depth review of Wisconsin’s regulatory process, the volume of rules in the Wisconsin Administrative Code, the costs and burdens of regulation, and recommendations for reform.