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Governor Evers: It’s Time to Recognize Parental Rights in Education

UPDATE: Governor Evers vetoed the Parent Bill of Rights on April 15, 2022. Governor Evers' veto message claimed the bill was aimed at "dividing our ...

WILL to Argue Challenge to Drop Boxes, Ballot Harvesting at Wisconsin Supreme Court

State law provides just two methods for casting an absentee ballot. The News: Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) President and General ...

Small Business Owners Sue Cable Giant Comcast for Illegal Race Discrimination

WILL represents four small business owners in a federal lawsuit against Comcast Cable Communications for developing and implementing a small business program that excludes them on the basis of their race.

WILL Appeals Religious Liberty Case to U.S. Supreme Court

Critical constitutional questions remain unresolved after Court of Appeals decision The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed ...

U.S. Supreme Court Reverses WI Supreme Court, Gov. Evers’ Maps Unconstitutional

Majority decision says state court “committed legal error” in adopting maps The News: The United States Supreme Court issued a 7-2 decision reversing the ...

You Heard the Claims. Here Are the Facts About School Choice In Wisconsin

The most recent legislative session featured promising new education reforms. But the debate over legislation to expand parental choice to all Wisconsin ...

To Address Licensing Backlog State Must Improve Transparency and Accountability

Licensing backlogs holding back critical sectors of Wisconsin workforce. The News: A new policy brief from the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty ...

WILL Adds Associate Counsel Cory Brewer

WILL to expand legal services for K-12 education reform The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) added Cory Brewer, Associate ...

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United States Supreme Court Rules for Homeowners and Against EPA

On March 21, 2012 the Supreme Court issued its opinion in Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency (No. 10-1062).  Over the government’s objections, the ...

Court Allows Defendant Another Chance to Challenge One-Day Sentence

In a unanimous opinion by Chief Justice Abrahamson, the Wisconsin Supreme Court decided that a man convicted of misdemeanor theft and sentenced to one day ...

Wisconsin Supreme Court Punts on Question of US DOJ Attorney Practicing in State Court

One of the many casualties of the 2008 securities market collapse was Ambac Assurance Corp., a firm involved with those complex transactions we hear so ...

Wisconsin Supreme Court Says No to Guano!

In a 5-2 decision authored by Justice Ziegler, the Wisconsin Supreme Court determined that a homeowner’s insurance policy excluded coverage for bat guano, ...

Wisconsin Supreme Court Digest

The Wisconsin Supreme Court released one new opinion last week – MBS-Certified Public Accountants, LLC v. Wisconsin Bell Inc. d/b/a AT & T Wisconsin, ...

Wisconsin Supreme Court Digest

The Wisconsin Supreme Court released one new opinion last week – Zwiefelhofer v. Town of Cooks Valley, authored by Chief Justice ...

Wisconsin Supreme Court Digest

The Wisconsin Supreme Court released three new opinions last week, including its first non-unanimous opinion of the 2011-12 term. The first two are ...

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