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WILL Challenges Unconstitutional DNR Rule

The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty has challenged the Department of Natural Resources on an administrative rule that violates the Second Amendment.

Kobs v. Little

Case Name: Kobs v. Steven Little, Acting DNR Secretary Type of Case: Constitutional Government and Rule of Law Court: Sheboygan County Circuit Court Filed ...

WILL, IRG Motion for Summary Judgment in SOS Public Records Case

The Institute for Reforming Government, represented by attorneys at the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, filed for summary judgment in a public records lawsuit against Wisconsin Secretary of State, Sarah Godlewski.

Hope for MPS? How the law already provides a path forward…

MPS is in crisis. With many calling for recalling the MPS board members, highlighting past reform attempts, some that are still in state law, may provide an avenue of hope for families in the district desperate for reform. WILL breaks it down!

WILL and America First Legal (AFL) Seek SCOTUS Review in Consequential Parental Rights Case

WILL and America First Legal (AFL) filed a Petition for Writ of Certiorari with the Supreme Court of the United States.

Wisconsin Court of Appeals Grants WILL Request to Hear Free Speech Case & Postpones Scheduled Jury Trial

The Wisconsin Court of Appeals has granted WILL’s motion for permissive appeal, putting on hold a costly, pointless, and incoherent jury trial. WILL’s client, Scarlett Johnson, is a Wisconsin Moms for Liberty activist who is being sued for defamation for criticizing her school district on social media for employing a "social justice coordinator."

How the MPS Board is Misleading Parents & Taxpayers on Carmen Eviction

Taxpayers and Parents are left without options if Carmen Charter is evicted Recently, a Milwaukee School Board Committee held a hearing on the issue of ...

Johnson v. MacCudden

WILL has filed an appeal on behalf of Scarlett Johnson, a Wisconsin Moms for Liberty Activist, who is being sued for defamation for criticizing her school district on social media for employing a “social justice coordinator.”