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ZIGNEGO ET AL V. WISCONSIN ELECTION COMMISSION ET AL

The Wisconsin Elections Commission, a state agency, is putting Wisconsin’s election integrity at risk by intentionally ignoring state law to allow voter registrations at old addresses to remain active. WILL filed this lawsuit to ensure the law is followed.

LINDOO V. EVERS

WILL filed a lawsuit in Polk County Circuit Court on behalf of three residents and taxpayers raising a straightforward argument: governors cannot seize emergency powers more than once to address the same crisis.

BECKER V. DANE COUNTY

WILL lawsuit in Dane County Circuit Court, on behalf of two Dane County residents, challenging the Dane County health department’s legal authority to issue sweeping restrictions on all aspects of life in Dane County. This lawsuit is substantially similar to an original action WILL filed with the Wisconsin Supreme Court in November 2020.

HUNTER NATION V. DNR (2021)

WILL filed a lawsuit against Wisconsin DNR Secretary Preston Cole, the Wisconsin DNR, and the Wisconsin Natural Resources Board, for ignoring a state law requirement to schedule a wolf hunt season for winter 2021.

ABC OF WI ET. AL. V. CITY OF MADISON

WILL filed a lawsuit in Dane County Circuit Court against the City of Madison over a mandatory bird-safe glass ordinance that is preempted by state law. The legal challenge asserts the city ordinance undermines and violates Wisconsin’s uniform building code.

STEMPSKI V. HEINRICH

WILL filed an original action with the Wisconsin Supreme Court urging a review of the authority of the Dane County public health officer to issue a new county-wide mask mandate.

JOHNSON V. WEC

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.

WPN V. MYSE

Wisconsin’s now-defunct “Government Accountability Board” imposed burdensome regulations on individuals engaged in even the smallest amount of grassroots campaigning. WILL took over the representation of an original action in the Wisconsin Supreme Court challenging those regulations, but the court split 3-3 and dismissed the case.