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WILL filed an original action with the Wisconsin Supreme Court urging the Court to declare the current legislative districts unconstitutional and establish a judicial plan of apportionment.


WILL filed a lawsuit in Waukesha County Circuit Court, on behalf of two Waukesha County voters, challenging the legal status and advice from the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) on the use of ballot drop boxes. WILL is asking the court for a declaratory judgment that makes clear that there are just two legal ways to cast an absentee ballot in Wisconsin: through the U.S. mail or delivered in person to the municipal clerk.

Milwaukee’s $100 Million Opportunity

WILL urges Milwaukee to allocate ARPA funds to education, infrastructure, and public safety The News: The City of Milwaukee has a historic opportunity to ...

Teacher Resources

Some under-explored topics in education are how our teachers are trained and what resources are available for teachers who want to present a balanced and ...

Legislature Should Protect Wisconsin’s Public Records Law

Recent court decision may cause government actors to withhold records. The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) issued a policy ...

Kiel Title IX Controversy

Case Name: Kiel Area School District Title IX Controversy Type of Case: Freedom of Speech Letter Issued: May 12, 2022 Current Status: On June 2, 2022, the ...

Moses v. Comcast

Four small business owners filed a federal lawsuit against Comcast Cable Communications for developing and implementing a small business program that excludes them on the basis of their race.

WILL Applauds JCRAR Action Suspending WEC Ballot Curing Rule

The News: The Wisconsin legislature’s Joint Committee for Review of Administrative Rule (JCRAR) suspended a Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) rule that ...