The legislature should make it clear that “non-essential” rules can and must wait until the health emergency is over.Read More
Trump issued two executive orders that mirror some of the successful reforms passed in Wisconsin.Read More
These reforms will prove beneficial as we continue our work to hold government accountable in the years to come.Read More
In their most recent affront to following the law as written, DPI claims that the legislature delegated its authority to the agency to write regulations to comply with the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).Read More
The proposal exempts quarries from local regulations while at the same time forcing every other industry to be stuck with them.Read More
Our neighbors are jumping at the opportunity to bring in these jobs because they know it can be economically beneficial and environmentally sustainable. We can do the same right here in Wisconsin.Read More
“This is a landmark moment. The world is literally watching. Wisconsin has made far too much progress to turn back now.”Read More
@WILL on Twitter
Congratulations to the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty. Immitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
However, this new lefty legal team misunderstands what W.I.L.L does.
They aren't anti-dem. They are pro-law & constitution.
https://t.co/LWbwNPWQZa via @WiStateJournal
WILL files a motion for summary judgment in the Polk County lawsuit challenging @GovEvers legal authority to issue multiple emergency declarations in response to COVID-19. Judge needs to explain why he thinks it's OK for Evers to grab power #wiright #wipolitics @WILawLiberty
. @RickEsenberg of @WILawLiberty on Law Forward:
"Oscar Wilde said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. I think the legal left has been lavishly represented but we look forward to standing up for our Constitution and the rule of law."