WILL Challenges New Racially Discriminatory Business Program
A local parent, along with the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL), have filed a complaint with a judge in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, after the school refused to provide a copy of a statement that the district acknowledges was read aloud to students in several classrooms.
In pursuit of “Equality Under the Law” and a true colorblind society for all Americans, the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed a lawsuit against a San Antonio-based government program called the “Bexar County Small Business Assistance Program.” WILL alleges that the $10 million program discriminates against small business owners based on race. The lawsuit names Bexar County, the home of San Antonio, and Liftfund Inc., a non-profit charged by the county to administer the program.
A Survey of Racially Discriminatory Laws, Programs, and Policies in Wisconsin
The United States Supreme Court recently ...
The News: Representing another legal victory for the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL), attorneys representing Public Health of Madison and ...
Case Name: Sun Prairie Area School District Title IX Controversy
Type of Case: Constitutional rights
Current Status: The U.S. Department of Education ...
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Case Name: WLHS v. City of Milwaukee
Type of Case: Individual liberties
Court: Milwaukee County Circuit Court
Filed On: June 22, 2022
Current Status: WILL ...