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Wisconsin law prohibited an independent committee from donating even $1 to a candidate if that candidate had already accepted a certain amount of donations from other committees. This limitation discriminated solely on the basis of when a donation is made. We sued to overturn it and were successful in having it declared unconstitutional.


Wisconsin had aggregate campaign contribution limits even lower than the federal limits. When the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the federal limits in the McCutcheon case, we filed this case and overturned the state limits.


Milwaukee refused to follow a law banning municipalities from imposing residency requirements on their employees. We filed an amicus brief urging the supreme court to take the case. When it did, we filed an amicus brief on the merits, and the court agreed with us.

WILL to Argue Critical Parental Rights Case at WI Supreme Court

Parents challenge Madison schools’ policy that eschews parental consent, notification on gender transitions at school The News: Wisconsin Institute for ...

Voting With Their Feet: Economic Freedom and Migration in Wisconsin

The News: A new study from the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) finds that economic policy is a key driver of migration flows; with ...

WILL Amicus: Lawsuit Against Senator Johnson, Congressmen an Attempt to Penalize Protected Speech

The speech under challenge is clearly protected by First Amendment The News: Attorneys at the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed ...

WILL to Kiel Schools: Drop Title IX Complaint, Investigation of Eighth Graders for Using “Incorrect Pronouns”

School district is charging students with sexual harassment for “mispronouning” The News: Attorneys with the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty ...

Madison Drops Unconstitutional Racial Quotas After WILL Lawsuit

The News: The Madison Common Council adopted an amended ordinance, Tuesday, to remove unconstitutional racial quotas from a Police Civilian Oversight ...