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WILL Blog | Flanders: Administratored

Much like death and taxes, calls for increased spending on K-12 public education seem to be an inevitable part of life.  Take next month, for example, when

Wausau Daily Herald | Everyone’s a watchdog under open records law

WILL Deputy Counsel and Litigation Manager Tom Kamenick was out on the road last week, part of a seminar on open government. Panelists featured journalists

WISN Channel 12 / WisPolitics | Race for high court heads into home stretch

WILL President and General Counsel Rick Esenberg appeared on Mike Gousha's UpFront to discuss the campaign for Wisconsin's Supreme Court. "Esenberg wants ...

WILL Blog | Kamenick: Thanks to open government laws, you get to be in the room where it happens

This blog post is adapted from my prepared comments for the Open Government Travelling Show Helping people make open records requests  At WILL, I spend a

WILL Press Release | WILL Cautions Common Council Ahead of Vacant Schools Vote

Superintendent Driver is not an “education operator” March 17, 2016 – Milwaukee, WI – The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty sent a letter to ...

WILL Press Release | Rick Esenberg Statement on the Nomination of Judge Merrick B. Garland to SCOTUS

President Obama named DC Circuit Court Chief Judge Garland this morning March 16, 2016 – Milwaukee, WI – President Obama officially nominated Merrick B. ...

Racine Journal Times | Flanders: More money for fewer students, great for school districts, bad for taxpayers

WILL Research Director, Dr. Will Flanders, writing in the Racine Journal Times: The Journal Times reported that the Racine Unified School District (RUSD)

WILL Blog | Fischer: Why can’t Milwaukee’s Airport be privatized?

Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele and Senator Chris Larson, his opponent in the upcoming election, don’t appear to agree on much.  But based on their ...