Michael Jahr

Wisconsin’s chiropractic requirements need adjustment

Mikhaila Weister graduated from chiropractic school in 2016, passed the national chiropractor board exam and is eager to begin practicing her profession in her hometown of Appleton. But due to the arbitrary nature of occupational licensing regulations, Weister ­­— and many like her — cannot practice in Wisconsin

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@WILL on Twitter

11 hours ago
“There is no compelling government interest in keeping secret from parents that their child is dealing with gender dysphoria,” the lawsuit says.

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11 hours ago
WILL President @RickEsenberg joins @VickiMcKenna at 2:15 on @1310WIBA to discuss WILL's new lawsuit against @MMSDschools for violating parental rights.

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14 hours ago
"A public school district should not, and cannot, make decisions reserved for parents." - @RickEsenberg

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14 hours ago
I don't comment publicly on gender wars, but it IS pretty egregious that in Madison, your school aged kid can change genders w/o telling you. Thanks @WILawLiberty for defending parents. https://t.co/cOzipasEUi

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