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Two Eau Claire TIF Cases Dismissed

Courts unwilling to enforce statutory limitations on controversial financing schemes The News: Courts dismissed two separate challenges to Eau Claire TIF ...

New Hire: WILL adds former Deputy Solicitor General

Litigation team grows to meet heightened challenges The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty is pleased to announce the hire of Attorney Luke Berg, ...

WILL Fights for School Choice in Rural Wisconsin

Antigo School District refuses to sell vacant building to local Christian community group The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty filed a ...

WILL Stands Up For Free Speech, Religious Liberty of Appleton School Board Member

Puts Appleton School Board on notice for potential First Amendment violations The News: The Wisconsin institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) issued a ...

Healthcare Myth Busters: Fact-checking the Legislature

BREAKING: "Free" money isn't free The News: WILL is issuing a Healthcare Myth Busters report as the Wisconsin state budget hits the final stretch ...

WILL Wins at Supreme Court of Wisconsin

Victory for reining in the administrative state, limited government, and school choice The News: Today, the Wisconsin Supreme Court issued a 4-2 decision ...

Myth Busters III: Fact-checking the Legislature on School Choice

Assault on school choice leads to inaccurate statements In the News: With the Assembly scheduled to vote on the state budget tomorrow, it is the ideal ...

New WILL Study – Federal Interference Leading to Racial Quotas in Discipline

The News:  The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty’s “Feds in the Classroom II” report finds that federal intervention in discipline policy through ...

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New WILL Study Compares The Efficiency of Milwaukee’s Public Schools

Dr. Will Flanders and CJ Szafir at the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) co-authored a new report, “Bang for the Buck,” that analyzes which ...

RedState | Milwaukee Loses Millions As Government Buildings Sit Empty

RedState goes into detail and uses WILL's reports on empty school buildings to explain how the taxpayers are losing when Milwaukee and MPS stall and hoarde

WashingtonPost | A university moved to fire a professor after he defended a student’s right to debate gay marriage. Now he’s suing.

From the WashingtonPost: A tenured professor and a legal institute are suing Marquette University, claiming a breach of contract for the suspension imposed

Marquette Tribune | STUDENT AT HEART OF MCADAMS CONTROVERSY SHARES THEIR STORY

The Marquette Tribune published an article sharing the detailed interactions between the student involved in the McAdams case and Marquette Administrators.

National Review | Hudson: Why Good Manners Matter

Writing in National Review, Lexi Hudson explores how developed social skills translates to increased socioeconomic opportunities: "“Good manners will open ...

National Review | Walker’s Union Reforms Have Helped, Not Hurt, Wisconsinites

Five years after Act 10, WILL Vice President for Policy and Deputy Counsel CJ Szafir writes in National Review how Governor Walker's reforms have saved ...

MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL | KEEP AN EYE ON STATE PUBLIC RECORDS BOARD

The Wisconsin Public Records Board made significant changes last summer in determining what kind of records can be immediately destroyed. Many ...

FORBES | Judge Rules Wisconsin’s Right To Work Statute Illegal — Now What?

One year after Wisconsin adopts Right to Work law, a federal judge has ruled it unconstitutional. Judge Foust shares, “a free-rider problem is born – the ...

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