Select Category

WILL Blog | Szafir: School Choice, Congress, and Wisconsin’s Senators

Although K-12 education policy is primarily a state and local issue, Congress is on the verge of passing two major pieces of education legislation - the ...

Wisconsin Watchdog | Former John Doe special prosecutor has little chance before high court

WILL President and General Counsel Rick Esenberg discusses the likelihood of US Supreme Court review of any appeal of recent John Doe rulings by ... | Wisconsin Supreme Court won’t restart John Doe probe into Gov. Walker’s recall campaign

WILL President and General Counsel Rick Esenberg sat down with Fox6Now's Theo Keith after the Wisconsin Supreme Court refused to reconsider it's July ...

News/Talk 1130 WISN | WILL’s CJ Szafir joins Vicki McKenna to discuss MPS vacant school sales.

WILL's Education Policy Director and Associate Counsel CJ Szafir joined Vicki McKenna to discuss MPS vacant school sales. Listen here.

Wisconsin Watchdog | Voucher school wants to buy unused building; Milwaukee schools won’t sell

Education Policy Director and Associate Counsel, CJ Szafir, discusses how MPS continues to stand in its own schoolhouse doors, blocking educational ...

Wisconsin Watchdog | Former Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson ends her legal temper tantrum

M.D. Kittle gets WILL's Rick Esenberg's take on her lawsuit: Constitutional law expert Rick Esenberg noted Abrahamson is six years into her latest 10-year

Racine Journal Times | Racine Unified agrees to stop bus fee for late-enrolling private schoolers

From the Racine Journal-Times: RACINE — Threatened with a lawsuit, the Racine Unified School District has agreed to stop charging a $300 fee to bus ...

Wisconsin Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Case Involving Municipal Residency Requirements

Appeals Court misinterpreted Constitution's uniformity clause, precedent November 9, 2015 – Milwaukee, WI – The Wisconsin Supreme Court has decided to hear