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WILL Pledges Appeal in Lawsuit Challenging Governor Evers’s Emergency Declarations

Judge denies WILL’s motion for injunction The News: St. Croix County Circuit Court Judge R. Michael Waterman denied the Wisconsin Institute for Law & ...

Wisconsin Supreme Court Sides with Legislature in Critical Separation of Powers Case

WILL filed amicus urging Supreme Court to allow Legislature to defend state law The News: The Wisconsin Supreme Court, in a 4-3 decision, held that the ...

WILL Amicus: State Legislature Should Have Standing to Defend State Law When Attorney General Doesn’t Defend It

Case presents critical threat to separation of powers UPDATE: The Wisconsin Supreme Court issued a 4-3 decision on October 6, 2020 holding the legislature ...

Judge Issues Injunction: Madison School District Staff Cannot Lie or Deceive Parents About Gender Transitions at School

WILL sued MMSD for violating parental rights with gender identity policy The News: Dane County Circuit Court Judge Frank Remington issued ...

WILL Files Motion for Immediate Injunction in Lawsuit Challenging Governor Evers’s Emergency Declaration

Motion for immediate relief comes after Governor Evers extends emergency The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed a motion for ...

Governor Evers Violates State Law Again with Third COVID Emergency Declaration

WILL sued Governor Evers in Polk County in August over second COVID emergency. The News: Governor Tony Evers’s announcement Tuesday that he has declared ...

Judge Rules DPI Violated State Law in Release of 2019 School Choice Data

WILL sued after DPI selectively released data in violation of state law The News: Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge Bennett Brantmeier issued a summary ...

WILL Policy Brief Encourages Updates, Improvements to State Report Card

COVID interruption provides opportunity to consider, implement improvements The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) issued a ...