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WILL Sends Demand Letter to the City of Neenah for First Amendment Violation

WILL pushes back against city silencing political opposition The News: Over the past several weeks, the City of Neenah sent a number of “Notice of ...

Wisconsin School District Refuses to Release Evidence of Race Discrimination

For nearly a year, WILL has sought public records detailing the Madison Metropolitan School District’s use of “small instructional groups” that illegally ...

The Mysterious TikTok-ing Noise

The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) issued a new policy report, The Mysterious TikTok-ing Noise. The report recaps the meteoric rise of the China-based social media app “TikTok,” and recounts the invasive ways that the software records data from its users. The report strongly recommends that Wisconsin take heed of federal warnings and follow some other states’ practices in prohibiting the app from government-owned devices.

SCOWIS Takes Appeal in Transportation Utility Fee Lawsuit

WILL continues to challenge illegal tax that burdens Wisconsin families and small businesses The News: The Supreme Court of Wisconsin (SCOWIS) has ...

Priced Out of House and Home

New WILL report shows how laws and regulation add to WI housing prices The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) issued a new ...

Bang for the Buck-y: Direct College Students Towards Degrees that Will Improve WI’s Workforce

New WILL report argues that universities must be held responsible for the student loan crisis  The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty ...

WILL Appeals WEC Complaint Over Illegal Racine Election Van

WILL continues to hold the Wisconsin Elections Commission accountable on unlawful absentee ballot collection The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law ...

School Choice Wisconsin Action & Schools Sue Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Over Unlawful Regulations

WILL holds DPI accountable for bureaucratic overreach, minimal barriers should be implemented for families to apply to school choice programs The News: On ...

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Fox6Now.com | Wisconsin Supreme Court won’t restart John Doe probe into Gov. Walker’s recall campaign

WILL President and General Counsel Rick Esenberg sat down with Fox6Now's Theo Keith after the Wisconsin Supreme Court refused to reconsider it's July ...

Wisconsin Watchdog | Voucher school wants to buy unused building; Milwaukee schools won’t sell

Education Policy Director and Associate Counsel, CJ Szafir, discusses how MPS continues to stand in its own schoolhouse doors, blocking educational ...

Wisconsin Watchdog | Former Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson ends her legal temper tantrum

M.D. Kittle gets WILL's Rick Esenberg's take on her lawsuit: Constitutional law expert Rick Esenberg noted Abrahamson is six years into her latest ...

Racine Journal Times | Racine Unified agrees to stop bus fee for late-enrolling private schoolers

From the Racine Journal-Times: RACINE — Threatened with a lawsuit, the Racine Unified School District has agreed to stop charging a $300 fee to bus ...

Racine Journal Times | Group threatens to sue Unified over busing issues

From the Racine Journal-Times: RACINE COUNTY — A conservative legal group is again threatening to sue the Racine Unified School District over busing ...

RightWisconsin | The GAB Is No Perfect Model

Rick Esenberg writing at RightWisconsin.com. "These problems may have warranted caution, but it got worse. The GAB and prosecutors tried to do something ...

WUWM | While Wisconsin Campaign Finance Legislation Stalls, Activists Hope Voters Pay Attention

Rick Esenberg talked with WUWM radio in Milwaukee. Rick Esenberg is president of Wisconsin Institute of Law and Liberty, a conservative public interest ...

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel | Bill puts veil over campaign funding in Wisconsin

From the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: Rick Esenberg, president of the conservative Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, said the state Supreme Court ...

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