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WILL Press Release | US DOJ Ends 4 Year Investigation Into School Choice; Forced to Conclude No Wrongdoing
WILL has been fighting unprecedented, dangerous probe January 4, 2016 – Milwaukee, WI – As reported in today's Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the United ...
WILL Press Release | WILL Announces Senior Fellow on Federalism, Constitutional Law
Mario Loyola is nationally recognized attorney, scholar, commentator December 17, 2015 – Milwaukee, WI – The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty ...
Wisconsin Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Case Involving Municipal Residency Requirements
Appeals Court misinterpreted Constitution's uniformity clause, precedent November 9, 2015 – Milwaukee, WI – The Wisconsin Supreme Court has decided to hear
Racine Unified School District, Families Agree on Solution to Busing Impasse
Agreement ensures equal treatment of children in choice program November 9, 2015 - Milwaukee, WI – The Racine Unified School District has agreed to resolve
Federal Court Permanently Enjoins Enforcement of Outmoded Campaign Finance Law
Lawsuit paved way for current legislative effort to modernize law October 15, 2015, Milwaukee, WI – In a lawsuit filed by the Wisconsin Institute for Law ...
Dane County Court Dismisses Act 10 Lawsuit Without Ruling on the Merits
Second case on behalf of taxpayers will move forward September 29, 2015, Milwaukee, WI – Yesterday, Dane County Circuit Court Judge Richard Niess dismissed
WILL Press Release | WILL Asks Wisconsin Supreme Court to Limit Constitutional Power of Superintendent of Public Instruction
Explains that 2011 Act 21 should be reinstated and Thompson v. Craney overturned September 15, 2015, Milwaukee, WI – Today, on behalf of a broad coalition
WILL Comments on Proposal to Appoint, Rather Than Elect, State Superintendent of Public Instruction
Nature of spring, non-partisan elections ensures outsize role of special interests September 14, 2015, Milwaukee, WI – State Representative Joe Sanfelippo ...
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