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Health department enlisted the wrong attorneys and filed far too many counts The News: Dane County attorneys, on behalf of Public Health Madison and Dane County, have significantly reduced the fines they are seeking from A Leap Above dance studio in Oregon,...
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court to rule on state law in religious liberty case The News: The Wisconsin Supreme Court granted a request from the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, Thursday, to consider a...
New study examines Wisconsin’s emergency powers laws, provides recommendations for reform The News: A new study from the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) makes the case that Wisconsin’s antiquated emergency powers statutes are in urgent need of reform....
By Will Flanders, Research Director Governor Tony Evers’ 2021-23 budget includes a Christmas tree for teachers unions in the form of higher spending and no requirements to get kids back into the classroom. But it also represents...
WILL sued DNR for violating state law by refusing to schedule winter 2021 hunt The News: Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge Bennett J. Brantmeier issued a writ of mandamus, Thursday, requiring the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to hold a gray wolf...
STUDY: Spring 2020 School Closures May Result in $7 Billion Lifetime Earnings Loss to Wisconsin Students
Cost of incomplete curriculum reveals impact of school closures, virtual learning The News: A new study from the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) estimates that spring 2020 school closures and incomplete curriculums could cost Wisconsin students more...