WILL filed a federal lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for withholding Nashville shooter Audrey Hale’s manifesto. WILL’s lawsuit was filed in Nashville, Tennessee, on behalf of our client, The Star News Network, its Editor-in-Chief, and a reporter—which filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requesting the manifesto.
The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) and Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) presented arguments today in a summary judgment hearing regarding a prominent parental rights suit against the Kettle Moraine School District (KMSD). WILL and ADF have been fighting this case ...
The lawsuit alleges that ATF’s new rule violates the Second Amendment and the Separation of Powers, which prohibits federal agencies from making new laws without clear Congressional authorization.
The Neenah School District plans to sell a soon-to-be vacant school building to a developer, who plans to redevelop the property into apartments and single-family homes.
The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed a federal lawsuit against the City of La Crosse on behalf of Joy Buchman, a licensed mental health professional and owner of Kinsman Redeemer Counseling Center, LLC (“Kinsman”). The suit challenges the city’s ordinance that penalizes medical or mental health professionals if they express certain prohibited viewpoints relating to sexual orientation or gender identity when counseling their minor patients. The ordinance would, for example, require professional counselors to either affirm the decision of any minor patient to transition to a new gender identity—despite ongoing, good-faith disagreements among professionals on whether and under what circumstances such transitions should take place—or remain silent.
On behalf of Marissa Darlingh, a former school counselor at Allen-Field Elementary School in the Milwaukee Public School District (MPS), attorneys with the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed a federal lawsuit against certain MPS employees for firing Ms. Darlingh for her First Amendment protected speech.