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WILL Budget Briefing: A Deep Dive into Governor Evers’ 2023-25 Budget

Executive Summary: Recently, Governor Evers released his proposed budget for the 2023-25 cycle. As we have done for the governor’s previous two ...

Wisconsin Coalition for Education Freedom Launches Multi-Media Push to Support School Choice Efforts

The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) is excited to partner with the Wisconsin Coalition for Education Freedom, launching a ...

WILL Sues Biden Administration Over Illegal ESG Rule

This lawsuit aims to stop the politicization of retirement incomes, as over 140 million Americans are impacted by the new woke investing rule The News: ...

WILL Releases Updated School Data Dashboard for the 2021-2022 Academic Year

The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) is excited to announce its update of the School Data Dashboard, which now includes data for ...

WILL Hires New Communications Director

The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) announced the hire of its new Communications Director, Pat Garrett, who will help manage ...

WILL Responds to Evers Freezing School Choice Enrollment

The News: Today, Governor Tony Evers made clear that in his 2023 Budget Address he will propose a freeze in school choice enrollment, defying common sense ...

WILL Supports Open Government Protection Act

Legislation ensures government’s openness and accountability to citizens The News: On Tuesday, Representative Todd Novak (R-Dodgeville) and Senator Duey ...

WILL Supports Monroe Voters & Taxpayers, Urges School District to Redo Misleading Referendum

Monroe School District’s referendum cost 10 to 15 times what the District had communicated to voters The News: Today, in support of citizens and ...

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Eau Claire TIFs Have People in a Tizzy

Tax Incremental Financing ("TIF") Districts cost the government revenue and grant special treatment to a favored class of taxpayers, all in the hope of ...

WILL Stands up for First Amendment Rights

Not all of our fights are of earth-shattering importance.  Sometimes it’s just about standing up for the little guy.  Today, Associate Counsel Tom ...

Madison Listens to WILL

Last night, the Madison common council rejected, on an 11-9 vote, a proposal by Mayor Paul Soglin to require city contractors to disclose some political ...

Dysfunctional and Divided Court? The Numbers Tell Another Story.

The tale of the Wisconsin Supreme Court as sharply divided and contentious is well known. There is certainly some truth to the story, but the cause of – ...

Details on MATC Union Contract, Board Deliberations

Last night, the Milwaukee Area Technical College District Board voted, 5-3, to approve a new contract with AFT-Local 212 for full-time faculty, part-time ...

GAB Nomination Panel Selected

Before oral arguments this morning, Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson of the Wisconsin Supreme Court selected, by random drawing, the four court of appeals ...

Supreme Court Candidate Forum

Today, two WILL attorneys, Tom Kamenick and CJ Szafir, attended a candidate forum at the Milwaukee Bar Association featuring the three candidates for the ...

Government Entities Must Mail Records if Requested

Open record requests are a staple of our democratic principles as they help ensure an informed electorate and transparent government.  Unfortunately, when ...

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