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WILL Sues DPI for Selective, Misleading Release of School Data

State law is clear: DPI must release data completely, uniformly, and all at once. The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed a ...

Wisconsin Supreme Court Accepts WILL Case on Governor’s Vetoes

WILL argues Evers improperly used veto to create new laws The News: The Wisconsin Supreme Court granted WILL’s original action asking the Court to review ...

WILL Complaint: Wisconsin Election Commission Violating State Law

WEC illegally altered critical policy that maintains accurate voter data The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed a complaint ...

#KeepYourPromise Governor Evers

One month after pledge, Evers shows no progress on government transparency The News: It has been one month since Governor Tony Evers’ administration ...

WILL Explainer: Why the 7th Congressional District Special Election Date Has to Change

By Lucas Vebber and Luke Berg Background: Congressman Duffy resigned from the House of Representatives effective September 23, 2019. Upon his resignation,

WILL, Scott Walker Submit Amicus to U.S. Supreme Court in School Choice Case

School choice, religious freedom at stake in Espinoza v. Montana  The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL), on behalf of Governor ...

WILL Defeats Gun Ban, Defends Second Amendment

Housing Authority of the City of Menomonie to remove unconstitutional lease provision The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL), on ...

WILL Wins Campus Free Speech Victory

The News: United States District Court Judge William Griesbach issued a summary judgement order Friday in favor of Polly Olsen, a WILL client who had her ...