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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.

TEIGEN V. WISCONSIN ELECTIONS COMMISSION

Case Name: Teigen v. Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) Type of Case: Rule of Law Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Case Number:  Filed On: June 28, ...

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

The ongoing discussions about public school education continues to be divisive and difficult. One under-explored area is how our teachers are trained in ...

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 ...