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City of Mequon Will Not Enforce Sign Ordinance Against Recall Organizers, Commits to Review

WILL issued a letter after recall organizers were confronted by the police The News: The City of Mequon, in response to a letter from the Wisconsin ...

WILL Warns Mequon That Attempts to Enforce Sign Ordinance Violate First Amendment

School Board recall organizers confronted by police on multiple occasions The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) issued a ...

Classroom Transparency is the Key to Fighting CRT

Dan Lennington, Deputy Counsel The battle over critical race theory (CRT) and related concepts is escalating in school districts across the country. Too ...

New Act 10 Research Finds Merit Pay Attracts Better Teachers, Increases Academic Outcomes

Ameillia Wedward and Will Flanders As Act 10 reaches its second decade, the 2011 collective bargaining reforms continue to prove their value to K-12 ...

It’s Time to be Rational about COVID-19 in Wisconsin

Will Flanders, Ph.D. Research Director, Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty Across the nation, there is growing momentum behind bringing back ...

WILL Sues City of Madison Over Bird-Safe Glass Ordinance That Undermines Wisconsin’s Uniform Building Code

WILL filed a Notice of Claim in March warning City that ordinance violates state law The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed ...

Wisconsin Can Fund Students, Not Systems

New WILL study reveals pathway to student-centered funding system The News: For too long, the value of Wisconsin students have been determined by a complex

WILL Warns DATCP Against Regulating New Pool Sharing Start-Up

Flawed state agency interpretation would outlaw innovative business The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) issued a letter to the ...