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WILL Press Release | Wisconsin Supreme Court Affirms the Right of City Employees to Live Where They Choose

Municipal residency requirements are anti-freedom, overbearing June 23, 2016 – Milwaukee, WI – The Wisconsin State Supreme Court has correctly overturned a

WILL Press Release | Five Years After Act 10: New WILL Study Reviews New Marketplace for Teachers in Wisconsin

Most comprehensive study to date of effect of historic reforms on classrooms, teachers June 21, 2016 - Milwaukee, WI - The Wisconsin Institute for Law ...

WILL Press Release | What are MPS and Superintendent Driver Hiding?

MPS slow-walks records request about OSPP with deadline looming June 17, 2016 - Milwaukee, WI - Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) is refusing to comply with ...

WILL Press Release | WILL Asks Wisconsin Supreme Court to Affirm Citizens’ Right to Privacy in Their Homes

Current law gives government power of warrantless searches to assess taxes June 6, 2016 - Milwaukee, WI – The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty has

WILL Press Release | Announces New Associate Counsel for Education Law and Policy

Attorney Sobic will focus on education reform, public policy research June 1, 2016 - Milwaukee, WI - The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty ...

WILL Press Release | Announces New Development Director

Zignego will lead fundraising and outreach efforts for growing law and policy center May 20, 2016 - Milwaukee, WI - The Wisconsin Institute for Law & ...

WILL Press Release | WILL Statement and Comment on Coyne v. Walker

Disagrees with decision but sees path for future DPI reform May 18, 2016 - Milwaukee, WI - WILL President Rick Esenberg, who argued Coyne v. Walker in the ...

WILL Press Release | WILL Goes to Court Against State on Behalf of Special Needs Children

Special needs children do not have equal access to state’s largest school choice program May 16, 2016 – Milwaukee, WI – Tomorrow, on behalf of six children

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