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Reforming the Governor’s Partial Veto: How Should It Be Done?

To preserve the separation of powers and eliminate any ambiguity in the law, the legislature should strongly consider adopting a constitutional amendment.

WILL Launches “Equality for All Agenda” Following Supreme Court Decision Eliminating Affirmative Action

New Legislative Roadmap Lays the Groundwork for “Colorblind” Policies in Wisconsin and Across America

Analysis: Evers 400 Year Veto

While the Governor’s decision to veto a tax cut for millions of Wisconsinites yesterday has garnered the most attention, slightly under the radar has been ...

WILL Client Will Not Face Fines for “Violating” COVID-19 Public Health Order

The News: Representing another legal victory for the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL), attorneys representing Public Health of Madison and ...

WILL Statement on Affirmative Action Case

Landmark Ruling Demands Equal Treatment: Colleges and Universities Must Immediately Dismantle Affirmative Action and Similar Discriminatory Policies The ...

WILL Secures Major Victory for Property Taxpayers at Wisconsin Supreme Court

Unanimous SCOWIS ruling saves taxpayers in Buchanan nearly $1 million per year, and the precedent will protect taxpayers across Wisconsin for years to ...

Breaking the Chain: Decoupling School Choice Funding in Wisconsin

School choice in Wisconsin is undergoing some exciting changes. With the passage of increased funding for the state’s voucher programs, participating schools will be on firmer financial footing going forward. In this policy brief, we explore how private schools in the choice program are currently funded, and why decoupling would be an important improvement.

WILL Statement Following Gov. Evers Signing School Choice Legislation

The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) released the following statement praising Governor Evers’ signing Senate Bill 330.  Rick Esenberg, ...

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Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel | Borsuk: Study rouses (but doesn’t settle) school sector debate

Alan Borsuk at the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel takes a critical, yet fair, look at our most recent report on the economic benefit of school choice to ...

Wall Street Journal | School Choice Saves Money

A study from Wisconsin adds up some of the economic evidence. The Wall Street Journal profiled our most recent study that looked at the $500 million ...

The Hill | Esenberg: Stein’s recount effort in Wisconsin is irresponsible and unwarranted

WILL President and General Counsel Rick Esenberg writes in The Hill: "While Wisconsin law may need to be tightened, this appears to be an abuse of the ...

Wisconsin Interest | Esenberg: There was a time when conservatives cared about freedom

WILL President and General Counsel Rick Esenberg writing in the Wisconsin Interest: "So I am not persuaded that the Trump movement is a misguided and ...

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel | Military-style voucher school denied vacant building

The City of Milwaukee's Board of Zoning Appeals has denied a permit for Right Step to purchase a vacant MPS school. Right Step is a military style program ...

Fox6 Milwaukee | Rick Esenberg on Judge Randa’s passing

La Crosse Tribune | Company suing to overturn Unfair Sales Act has history of violations

WILL attorneys have been hard at work this week after announcing they will be challenging Wisconsin's minimum markup law in court. The depression era law ...

Biz Times | Group challenges Wisconsin’s minimum markup law

Molly Dill, managing editor at BizTimes Milwaukee, recently wrote an article on WILL's fight against the minimum markup law, "Group challenges Wisconsin’s ...

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