Individual Liberties

WILL proudly fights for individual liberties guaranteed by our Constitution and the Bill of Rights

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Concluded Cases

JARCHOW V. STATE BAR OF WISCONSIN

Should the government be able to force attorneys to join and pay dues to an organization that takes positions they vehemently disagree with? We don’t think so, and we filed a federal civil rights lawsuit to prove it.

OLSEN V. NWTC

Can a public college stop its students from handing out Valentines? Northeastern Wisconsin Technical College thinks so – and it thinks it can restrict the First Amendment to a tiny “free speech zone” on campus. We think that’s unconstitutional, and filed a federal lawsuit to fix the problem.

LAIR V. MANGAN

Can the government set campaign contributions so low that they effectively prevent political participation? We don’t think so, and so we filed an amicus brief asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Montana’s rock-bottom limits.