Current version of the Wisconsin Constitution last amended 04/04/2023
Overturning the current maps would be unprecedented, and would deny voters their rightful representation. WILL’s intervention will allow WI voters to defend their interests.
WILL seeks to prevent Super PAC from overturning Wisconsin election laws governing drop boxes and absentee ballot security.
Racine’s use of mobile sites violates state law directives on absentee ballot ...
WILL filed a lawsuit in Dane County Circuit Court against the City of Madison over a mandatory bird-safe glass ordinance that is preempted by state law. The legal challenge asserts the city ordinance undermines and violates Wisconsin’s uniform building code.
WILL filed a lawsuit against the Town of Hayward for ignoring Wisconsin law, and refusing to notice and hold a special town meeting rightfully and legally requested by residents of the town.
A registered Wisconsin voter and taxpayer sues the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) in regards to the illegal use of the National Mail Voter Registration Form ("the Form"). The lawsuit, filed in the Waukesha County Circuit Court, urges the court to declare that the use of this voter registration form in Wisconsin is illegal and orders WEC to withdraw its approval of the Form. The Form adds extra criteria not authorized by statute or rule while simultaneously failing to include all items mandated by Wisconsin statute (Wis. Stat. § 6.33(1)).
WILL filed a lawsuit against the Town of Buchanan, in Outagamie County, after the municipality adopted and implemented a “transportation utility fee” that violates state law and circumvents strict levy limits.
WILL lawsuit in Dane County Circuit Court, on behalf of two Dane County residents, challenging the Dane County health department’s legal authority to issue sweeping restrictions on all aspects of life in Dane County. This lawsuit is substantially similar to an original action WILL filed with the Wisconsin Supreme Court in November 2020.
WILL was contacted by an applicant who had been struggling for over four months to obtain a Professional Counselor Training License (“LPC-IT license”) from DSPS’s Professional Counselor Section, a subsection of the MPSW Board. DSPS told applicant, Nicole Burden, that it would deny her application for an LPC-IT license on the basis that her Master’s degree in Professional Counseling did not meet the education requirement. This was shocking because the applicable statute expressly states that a Master’s degree in Professional Counseling does meet the licensing requirement.
WILL filed an original action with the Wisconsin Supreme Court urging the Court to declare the current legislative districts unconstitutional and establish a judicial plan of apportionment.