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WILL Unveils Open Records Guide to Promote Transparent Government

​New guide part of an ongoing effort provided to help citizens better understand and interact with government officials and hold them accountable.

WILL Secures Public Records Victory in Eau Claire School District, Vows to hold School Districts Accountable When Parents Are Ignored

WILL and its client have received a completed open records request from the Eau Claire Area School District, securing an important victory for open records and transparency.

After Backlash, Wisconsin High School Walks Back Segregated “Back-To-School Events”

Appleton East High School is now welcoming all students to a "back-to-school event” initially meant only “Freshmen Students of Color.”

WILL Releases New Healthcare Agenda to Policymakers

New report underscores 15 issues in healthcare while highlighting free-market based solutions.

Wisconsin High School to Hold Segregated “Back-To-School Events”

WILL condemns Appleton East High School’s racially segregated back-to-school events. Two back-to-school nights will be held in August, with one night being designated for only “Freshmen Students of Color” and their families.

Madison School District Pays Punitive Damages and Commits to Significant Public Records Reform

District also Disavows Racially Discriminatory Policy to “Prioritize your African American Students”

Coalition of Free Market Groups Urge Lawmakers to Oppose “Wedding Barn” Legislation

A coalition of free market groups have issued a new memo to lawmakers highlighting problems with certain provisions in AB 304/SB 332, particularly as the bill relates to the regulation of Wisconsin’s “wedding barn” industry.

City of Madison Defies U.S. Supreme Court Ruling

WILL Challenges New Racially Discriminatory Business Program