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MPS Policy Pays Public Employees to Work for Teachers Unions

Union leave policy results in public subsidy to labor unions, violates Constitution’s ban on compelled speech The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law ...

WILL Hires New Attorneys, Adds Bradley Freedom Fellows

Department of Justice veterans bolster legal team, Bradley Freedom Fellows expand policy scope The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty

Wisconsin’s Open Enrollment Program Provides Critical School Choice Option for 62,000 Students

New study profiles open enrollment program, examines school district impact The News: With the approach of National School Choice Week, January 24-29, the

WILL Files Lawsuit Challenging Dane County Health Department’s Authority to Enact COVID Restrictions

Lawsuit in Dane County Circuit Court argues county board must approve health department’s restrictions The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & ...

WILL Urges Wisconsin Supreme Court to Adopt Rules Petition to Hear Redistricting Challenges

The Wisconsin Supreme Court previously pledged to adopt rules to hear and adjudicate redistricting challenges The News: Wisconsin Institute for Law ...

WILL Warns City of Madison of Lawsuit Over Unconstitutional Racial Discrimination

Notice of Claim asserts racial quotas violate the law, Constitution The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed a Notice of ...

WILL Goes to Court in Rural School Choice Fight

Summary judgment hearing to determine fate of vacant elementary school The News: Attorneys from the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) will ...

STUDY: Wisconsin School Districts That Started School Year Virtually Experience Greatest Enrollment Declines

Amidst statewide enrollment decline, schools that opted for virtual learning see largest declines The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty ...

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Wisconsin State Journal | Wilford, Vebber: Wisconsin’s tax web gets stickier for small business

National Taxpayer's Union's Andrew Wilford and WILL's Lucas Vebber write at the Wisconsin State Journal how tax policy should be the exclusive purview of ...

The Cap Times | Legislative committee considers licensing Wisconsin wedding barns

As a legislative committee considers updating Wisconsin's liquor licensing laws, we've pointed out how their efforts may very well shut down the ...

Fox & Friends | WATCH: Rick Esenberg and Polly Olsen Fighting For Free Speech on Campus

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Fox & Friends | WATCH: Rick Esenberg and Polly Olsen Fighting For Free Speech on Campus

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Washington Examiner | Flanders: Spending more money on schools doesn’t help students learn

WILL Research Director, Dr. Will Flanders, writes in the Washington Examiner on how research shows that spending more money on schools doesn't help ...

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | High-speed lane: Legislation moved much faster after Republicans gained control in Madison

WILL President and General Counsel Rick Esenberg gives his thoughts to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on the pace with which legislation moves through the ...

National Review Online | Esenberg, Roth: To ‘Save’ Jobs, Wisconsin Republicans Set a Dangerous Precedent

WILL President and General Counsel Rick Esenberg and Director of Public Engagement Collin Roth write in National Review Online on the market distorting ...

ICYMI: WILL in National Review on “Crony Capitalism” of Kimberly-Clark Bailout Plan

It makes little sense to pay struggling businesses to “save jobs” during a labor shortage August 17, 2018 – Milwaukee, WI -- WILL President and General ...

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