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The Federalist | Curtis: How to Stop the Feds From Micromanaging the Country

WILL Associate Counsel and Federalism Litigator Jake Curtis writes in The Federalist: Lost in the flurry of the campaign season, three weeks ago Reps. Rob ...

Beloit Daily News | Walters: Major homeowners’ rights case accepted

Steve Walters, longtime Capitol reporter and WisconsinEye correspondent, writes today in the Beloit Daily News: "BUT, IN a signal that lower courts may ...

WILL Press Release | Center for Competitive Federalism Featured at Milwaukee Federalist Society Event

Esenberg, Loyola, and Curtis will lead a discussion of Milwaukee area attorneys on goals, mission of recently launched Center October 19, 2016 - Milwaukee,

WILL Blog | Flanders and Roth: Analysis Trumps Anecdotes

WILL's Education Research Director, Dr. Will Flanders, and WILL Research Fellow, Collin Roth, respond to a series featured in the Milwaukee ...

Wisconsin Interest | Esenberg: There was a time when conservatives cared about freedom

WILL President and General Counsel Rick Esenberg writing in the Wisconsin Interest: "So I am not persuaded that the Trump movement is a misguided and ...

City Journal | Loyola: Almost a Miracle. Texas made important educational strides beginning with Governor George W. Bush, but more needs to be done.

Writing in City Journal, WILL Senior Fellow and Director of the CCF, Mario Loyola, explains: "About 86 percent of Texas children are enrolled in ...

WILL Blog | Dr. Flanders: MPS isn’t the only district struggling to prepare students for college

Contrary to popular belief, low-performing schools are not just a Milwaukee problem, they are a statewide problem.  Too many children – especially those ...

WILL Press Release | WILL’s Center for Competitive Federalism Seeks Supreme Court Review of Obama Administration’s “One-Size-Fits-All” Guidance on Student Bathrooms, Locker Rooms

October 12, 2016 – Milwaukee, WI – The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, through its newly formed Center for Competitive Federalism, recently ...