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WILL Press Release | WILL Goes to Court Against State on Behalf of Special Needs Children

Special needs children do not have equal access to state’s largest school choice program May 16, 2016 – Milwaukee, WI – Tomorrow, on behalf of six children

WILL Press Release | WILL Reacts to U.S. Department of Education Dictate on Transgender Access to Public School Bathrooms

Federal mandate offends constitutional constraints on Executive Branch, Federal Government May 13, 2016 – Milwaukee, WI – In response to the United States ...

WILL Press Release | Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty Announces New Hires

Curtis, Roth bring experience to rapidly growing legal and policy center May 10, 2016 – Milwaukee, WI – The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty ...

WILL Press Release | Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty Announces New Hires

Curtis, Roth bring experience to rapidly growing legal and policy center May 10, 2016 – Milwaukee, WI – The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty ...

RedState | Milwaukee Loses Millions As Government Buildings Sit Empty

RedState goes into detail and uses WILL's reports on empty school buildings to explain how the taxpayers are losing when Milwaukee and MPS stall and hoarde

WILL Press Release | WILL Responds to Marquette’s Release of Faculty Report re: Professor McAdams

The Faculty Hearing Committee was biased from beginning; does not exonerate university, Lovell mishandling of issue May 4, 2016 – Milwaukee, WI – Monday, ...

WILL Blog | Flanders: Where have all the teachers gone?

A little knowledge can be a useful thing as long as its limitations are kept in mind. A case in point is a recent report by Public Policy Forum shows that ...

WashingtonPost | A university moved to fire a professor after he defended a student’s right to debate gay marriage. Now he’s suing.

From the WashingtonPost: A tenured professor and a legal institute are suing Marquette University, claiming a breach of contract for the suspension imposed