Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty

Department of Public Instruction Behaving Like They Are Above the Rule of Law

If government agencies are not held accountable, small procedural oversteps can become large abuses of power. That’s why it matters that Wisconsin’s education agency, the Department of Public Instruction (DPI), has failed in at least seven places to follow the required administrative rule-making process for a proposed regulation.

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Do the people of Wisconsin have the right to reopen? Check out this conversation between WILL President and General Counsel @RickEsenberg and NRI's @AndrewCMcCarthy: https://t.co/Fg4DdSpI8k
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Wisconsin Group Sues on Behalf of Family Blocked from School Choice Program

by @PatrickRGibbons #SchoolChoice @WILawLiberty

https://t.co/FB9wP34wKP
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Last week WILL asked the court to invalidate a new tax used to fund big-ticket spending items: “State law is clear that county sales taxes are permitted for one purpose, and one purpose only: direct property tax reduction," said Deputy Counsel @aloco48 https://t.co/GYBPGOE7kq
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Wisconsin advocacy group sues on behalf of family seeking school choice scholarship - https://t.co/kUwz4tWrBq

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