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WILL Sues to End Mandatory State Bar Membership, Dues

First Amendment protects speech, association rights of attorneys The News: On behalf of Wisconsin attorneys Adam Jarchow and Michael Dean, the Wisconsin ...

WILL & State/National Conservative Groups Warn Legislature on Wedding Barns

Groups stand up for economic freedom, limited government The News: This morning, state and national conservative groups released a letter to state ...

WILL & State/National Conservative Groups Warn Legislature on Wedding Barns

Groups stand up for economic freedom, limited government The News: This morning, state and national conservative groups released a letter to state ...

Apples to Apples 2019: Charter, Choice Outperform Public Schools in Growth, Test Scores

Wisconsin’s education options are working The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty’s 2019 Apples to Apples report finds, for a third year ...

Court of Appeals Rules Custodians Must Provide Electronic Records When Requested

WILL amicus brief argued law requires public officials to provide electronic records upon request. The News: Today, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals ruled ...

The Joint Finance Committee Debates Healthcare

WILL research on the cost of Evers' proposed plans, and common sense solutions. On Tuesday, the Wisconsin Joint Finance Committee will debate and vote on a

School Teacher Asks to Intervene in Latest Act 10 Lawsuit

WILL continues the fight to protect Walker’s collective bargaining reform law The News: Today, on behalf of a public school teacher who has refused union ...

WILL Solutions Series | Common Sense Healthcare Reforms for Wisconsin

Seven reforms to lower costs and increase access to care The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) issued a new policy brief that ...

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WISCONSIN WATCH DOG | MILWAUKEE COUNCIL SAYS PRIVATE, CHARTER SCHOOLS CAN BUY UNUSED SCHOOL PROPERTY

The Milwaukee Common Council on Friday voted 14-0 to accept the recommendation of the Zoning, Neighborhoods and Development committee to accept five ...

MARQUETTE WIRE | JOHN MCADAMS OFFICIALLY REJECTS PUNISHMENT, ALUMNI GROUP CRITICIZES PRESIDENT LOVELL

Suspended Marquette University Political Science Professor John McAdams officially rejects President Michael Lovell's punishment after his role in a 2014 ...

Wausau Daily Herald | Everyone’s a watchdog under open records law

WILL Deputy Counsel and Litigation Manager Tom Kamenick was out on the road last week, part of a seminar on open government. Panelists featured journalists

WISN Channel 12 / WisPolitics | Race for high court heads into home stretch

WILL President and General Counsel Rick Esenberg appeared on Mike Gousha's UpFront to discuss the campaign for Wisconsin's Supreme Court. "Esenberg wants ...

Racine Journal Times | Flanders: More money for fewer students, great for school districts, bad for taxpayers

WILL Research Director, Dr. Will Flanders, writing in the Racine Journal Times: The Journal Times reported that the Racine Unified School District (RUSD)

National Review | Loyola: Beware Feds Bearing Gifts

WILL Senior Fellow Mario Loyola writing in National Review: "Critics of Wisconsin governor Scott Walker are mystified that the state is suing the federal ...

La Crosse Tribune | Hudson: Voucher schools deserve support

WILL's Lead Education Analyst, Lexi Hudson, writing in the La Crosse Tribune, explores how transformative it would be for K-12 education if entrepreneurs ...

Wall Street Journal | State House to White House? Not so easy

Wall Street Journal's Heather Haddon talks to WILL President and General Counsel Rick Esenberg about the difficulties governors's face (in this case, ...

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