The citizens of Wisconsin deserve to have their state house free of violence and vandalism, the repairs of which will come at great cost to law-abiding taxpayers all across the state.Read More
If your administration agrees that these programs are a high priority, why have you ordered these courses to be suspended for the foreseeable future?Read More
Each of the last few nights officers arrived and did the very best they could to contain the lawlessness that our Mayor seems to believe is simply an extension of ones’ right to express themselves.Read More
We look forward to seeing CJ take IRG to the next level, and move our mission forward,” said McDonald.Read More
Tiffany will be sworn in as the congressman for Wisconsin’s 7th district on Tuesday.Read More
The Empire Strikes Back with Safer At Home and Badger Bounce Back Emergency RuleRead More
The Wisconsin Legislature just passed a bipartisan coronavirus response package that included policy reforms recommended by the Wisconsin Free-Market Coalition.Read More
We believe that the road to recovery is paved with free-market reforms that remove burdensome red tape, empower families and local leaders, and provide relief to small businesses and workers.Read More
“I congratulate Judge Karofsky and wish her well as she assumes the responsibilities of this important office.”Read More
@WILL on Twitter
Facing a @WILawLiberty- led lawsuit, DPI and Department of Revenue agree to end illegal policy that blocked Wisconsin families from enrolling in the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program. More to come at Wisconsin Spotlight #wiright #wipolitics
@WisconsinDPI DPI and DOR have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding that eliminates the “one and done” policy. As a result, the Olguin family was able to access a voucher through the WPCP and enroll at Heritage Christian Schools.
WILL dismissed the lawsuit on June 26.
@WisconsinDPI WILL filed a lawsuit against @wisconsindpi in May after a West Allis family was denied entry into the WPCP as a result of an illegal “one and done” policy that prevented families from applying more than once during an enrollment period—regardless of a change in circumstances.