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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 ...

The Citizen’s Guide to the Wisconsin Administrative State

The separation of powers is fundamental to American government. We all learn that the U.S Constitution divides power in our system: the legislative branch ...

WILL Applauds Committee Action to Suspend Burdensome Red Tape on Rentals with Pools

WILL testified in favor of the JCRAR action to suspend the burdensome regulations until the next legislative session after consulting with numerous homeowners who are caught in this regulatory catch-22.

Giving a Qualified Charitable Distribution

What is a qualified charitable distribution QCD? A qualified charitable distribution (QCD) allows individuals who are 70½ years old or older to donate up ...

Giving the Gift of Stocks

Gifts of appreciated stocks or mutual fund shares can have an instant, beneficial impact to WILL and result in an income tax deduction for you. They can ...

MPS Virtue Signals By Masking Students, And This Is Not Okay

By: Dr. Will Flanders In the aftermath of Monday’s ruling by a federal judge that mask mandates on airlines and public transportation were ...

WI Supreme Court Selects Race-Neutral Legislative Maps

Majority found Senate and Assembly maps drawn by Wisconsin Legislature are race neutral, comply with equal protection guarantees The News: The Wisconsin ...

WILL Opposes State Rule to Regulate Pools at Rental Properties

New regulations would be overly burdensome, unnecessary The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) submitted comment, Friday, opposing ...