Marshfield News-Herald | Wisconsin Openness Laws Evolve from Wood, Candle Days Attorney Brad Schimel: “‘Messing with open government laws is like touching the third rail,’ he [...]
WILL Asks Judge to Declare State’s Open Enrollment Program in Violation of Federal Disability Law Lawsuit claims that all children should have the ability to choose their own school July [...]
WILL President and General Counsel Rick Esenberg Discusses John Doe with Steve Walters on WisconsinEye
Mike Wittenwyler administrative and regulatory attorney at Godfrey & Kahn, S.C., and the lead attorney in the firm’s Political Law Group; Donald Downs, UW-Madison Professor, Dept. of [...]
Wisconsin State Journal | Advocates: Open records law can adapt to changing technology without overhaul
Wisconsin State Journal | Advocates: Open Records Law Can Adapt to Changing Technology Without Overhaul More coverage of WILL’s efforts on Open Government. “Rick Esenberg, attorney [...]
WILL Associate Counsel Tom Kamenick Joins Jerry Bader to Discuss Green Bay’s Disregard for the 4th Amendment
WILL Associate Counsel Tom Kamenick joins Jerry Bader on air on WTAQ to discuss the City of Green Bay’s destruction of a garden and it’s disregard for Fourth Amendment rights.
WILL Releases Mythbusting Brief on School Choice Program Policy brief debunks talking points of choice opponents July 24, 2015 – Milwaukee, WI – Today, the Wisconsin Institute for Law [...]
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WILL Releases “Pope’s Fallacy”, a Primer on Wisconsin K-12 Education Finance Opponents of education reform misrepresent official DPI memo, data July 21, 2015, Milwaukee, [...]
Rick Esenberg | Why the Conservative Justices Didn’t Have to Recuse Themselves in the John Doe “So for a Justice to be “biased” in favor of Club for Growth or the Greater [...]