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WILL Asks Supreme Court to Rule War Memorial Cross Constitutional

Amicus argues cross does not violate the Establishment Clause The News: WILL filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in a pair of consolidated ...

Trump Administration Seeks to Cancel Misguided Obama-era School Discipline Policy

WILL work has championed rescinding the illegal, harmful policy The News: The Trump administration is preparing to cancel and rescind a 2014 Obama-era ...

The Flaws in the Legal Challenge to Wisconsin’s Early Voting Reforms

Gov. Walker signed three bills into law on Friday that were passed during the extraordinary session, and on Monday, a liberal group requested that a ...

WILL Promotes Libby Sobic to Director of Education Policy

Sobic to have expanded role managing WILL's K-12 education reform project The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty is pleased to announce that Libby ...

Reform Federal Disability Insurance to Help Address Wisconsin’s Labor Shortage

Subjective criteria, work disincentives plague disability insurance program The Problem: With unemployment at record lows, Wisconsin’s central economic ...

Extraordinary Session Update: Legislature Approves Critical Reforms

Legislature approves administrative rulemaking reforms, tax reform; maintains DPI oversight The extraordinary session began in both the Assembly and Senate

Extraordinary Session Policy Items Flying Under the Radar

Administrative law reforms, transparency and oversight, and key tax reforms The Legislature is meeting to consider hundreds of pages of reforms. These ...

Background: Assembly Omnibus exempts DPI from regulatory oversight, parts of REINS Act

Provision has “conservatives scratching their heads” Short Version: Yesterday, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported that the Assembly omnibus exempts ...