Mandating a full, public release will give those on all sides of education issues in the state a fair shot to let their voice be heard.Read More
It is high time to get beyond the wild claims that are spreading riots and violence across our state and nation.Read More
Average positivity rates for this period are actually slightly higher than for the period preceding the mandate.Read More
The new budget pressures from COVID-19 ought to force some critical reexamination of how resources are allocated and whether funds are being spent efficiently.Read More
Supporters of the new proposal, known as the Public Education Reinvestment Act (PERA), rolled out a litany of false statements.Read More
Because the Equalization Aid formula is a sum-certain appropriation from the legislature, a substantial increase in the amount of funding that would go to Milwaukee would negatively impact the aid to all of the other districts in the state.Read More
To say that spending in MPS isn’t keeping up with other nearby districts is simply not defensible.Read More
By moving forward with price transparency nationwide, the Trump administration is working towards a day when all Americans can enjoy these potential savings.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."