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Victory in Kenosha

On Friday, Kenosha County Circuit Court Judge David M. Bastianelli issued a ruling striking down the collective bargaining agreements reached between the ...

CREDO releases results of new study on urban charters

The Center for Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO) at Stanford University released the results of its study on urban public charter schools throughout ...

WILL and Voters With Facts Sue Eau Claire

On behalf of Voters With Facts and numerous Eau Claire taxpayers, the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty today filed suit against the City of Eau ...

WILL Report: Wisconsin campaign finance laws are unconstitutional

Last year, Judge Sykes, on behalf of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, authored a decision stating that Wisconsin’s campaign ...

WILL Policy Brief: Apples-to-Oranges?

Too often, the media, politicians, and interest groups try to form conclusions by lumping schools together according to “sector” – traditional public ...

Court of Appeals Protects Property Rights of Homeowners

Websites like Air-BNB and VRBO allow users to rent out their home on a short-term basis.  This gives travelers an alternative to hotels – alternatives that

A New Site in the Works

Well, it was bound to happen sometime!  WILL opened three and a half years ago, and our website went live a few months after that.  As WILL itself has ...

WILL Responds to U.S. Reps. Pocan and Moore Regarding School Choice

In their letter requesting a federal review of the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program (MPCP), United States Representatives Mark Pocan and Gwen Moore ignore