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WILL Urges Sun Prairie to Drop Racially Segregated Groups for Public Event

WILL issued a letter to the Sun Prairie Area School District (SPASD) and the City of Sun Prairie urging the government bodies to drop the use of racially segregated “affinity groups” for a public community conversation.

Occupational Licensing in Wisconsin: A Roadmap to Reform

Primer analyzes proposed policies and makes recommendations for Wisconsin The Badger Institute and the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty ...

Wisconsin Supreme Court Strikes Down Dane County School Closure Order

WILL filed original action when Dane County health department tried to close all schools The News: The Wisconsin Supreme Court issued a ...

Federal Court Puts a Hold on Biden Administration Race-Based Loan Forgiveness Program

WILL represents a dozen farmers from 9 states in federal lawsuit The News: U.S. District Judge William Griesbach issued a temporary restraining ...

ANALYSIS: Private Grants to Wisconsin Municipalities Boosted Turnout for Joe Biden in 2020

Statistical analysis finds CTCL funds increased voter turnout for Joe Biden by an average of 41 votes per municipality The News: A new report from the ...

Federal Appeals Court Bars Biden Administration From Using Race to Prioritize COVID Restaurant Relief

WILL challenged federal Restaurant Revitalization Fund on behalf of Tennessee restaurant owner The News: A divided panel of the Sixth Circuit Court of ...

WILL Submits Testimony on Three Bills This Week

On Tuesday, WILL Policy Director Kyle Koenen submitted testimony to the Senate Committee on Labor and Regulatory Reform in-favor of Senate Bill 354, and ...

Public School Curriculum Transparency Legislation Key to Battling Politics in the Classroom

WILL is urging the adoption of curriculum transparency legislation to arm parents and taxpayers with the ability to access and review controversial curriculum material in public schools. WILL recently issued identical open records requests to nine large Wisconsin school districts and experienced, first-hand, the cost, time, and difficulty of accessing curriculum material.