Wisconsin Law Firm Wants Worker Freedom for Lawyers in Wisconsin

The next legal fight over whether someone has to belong to a group in order to do their job may be coming for the courtroom itself.

The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty on Monday asked the United State Supreme Court to once again take a look at mandatory membership in the state bar.

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Wisconsin Law Firm Challenges Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness in Court

A lawsuit in Wisconsin challenges President Joe Biden’s plan to cancel student loans.

The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty on Tuesday filed a lawsuit on behalf of the Brown County Taxpayer Association that argues the president overstepped his powers with his order that could cost over $1 trillion.

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Law Firm Files Lawsuit over National Voter Registration Form in Wisconsin

There is yet another challenge to yet another decision from the Wisconsin Elections Commission.

The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty on Thursday filed a lawsuit in Waukesha County court challenging what is being called the Form.

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Wisconsin Law Firm Warns La Crosse About Conversion Therapy Ban Ordinance

There’s now a threat of a lawsuit over La Crosse’s recent ban on conversion therapy.

The city council approved an ordinance in June that banned churches, ministers, or counselors from talking to young people about their sexual identity and gender.

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Wisconsin Lawsuit Challenges Racine’s Traveling Election Van

There is a move to stop Racine’s traveling election van from collecting ballots again in November.

The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against the city of Racine for using the van as a mobile voting location.

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Kiel Schools Close Misgendering Investigation

There are some unanswered questions about the end of the misgendering investigation in Kiel Schools.

The school district on Thursday sent a letter to parents explaining that it has closed the case.

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Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty Defends Middle Schoolers Accused of ‘Misgendering’ in Kiel Schools

There’s now legal help for three middle school boys in Kiel who are facing a sexual harassment complaint that accuses them of misgendering another student.

The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty on Monday announced that it is defending the three.

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Wisconsin Republicans File Lawsuit to Block New Redistricting Maps

Republicans in the Wisconsin Legislature officially filed a lawsuit to the U.S. Supreme Court, claiming the maps proposed by Governor Evers and selected by the Wisconsin Supreme are unconstitutional.

According to the lawsuit, the boundaries selected by the state Supreme Court are a racial gerrymander.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court Selects Redistricting Maps Proposed by Governor Evers

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The Wisconsin Supreme Court adopted a redistricting proposal offered by Governor Tony Evers, a move less favorable to Republicans.

The ruling was issued on a razor-thin margin, as swing Justice Brian Hagedorn wrote the opinion in the 4 to 3 decision. According to the decision, the justices selected the map by Evers because it proposed “the map with the least change.”

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Study: Wisconsin School Closures Hurt Low Income, Minority Kids Most

Wisconsin’s coronavirus school closures over the past two years hurt all students across the state, but, according to a study released Friday, the closures hurt low income and minority students the most.

The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty released the results of its latest research.

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Wisconsin Law Firm Challenges State Housing Program That Gives Less Help to White Families

There’s another challenge to another coronavirus stimulus program that gives more benefits to non-white families in Wisconsin.

The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty sent a letter to Gov. Tony Evers urging him to change the specifics of the Wisconsin Help for Homeowners program.

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Parents Sue Wisconsin School District over Daughter’s Clandestine Transition

A Wisconsin school district allegedly concealed information regarding children’s gender identity from parents, according to a lawsuit filed Wednesday.

A 12-year-old girl was pulled from public school after the district began a ”social transition,” which the complaint says involves “presenting to others as the opposite sex, primarily by adopting a new name and pronouns,” against the parents’ express wishes, according to the lawsuit against the Kettle Moraine School District filed Nov. 17 by the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty (WILL) and the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) on behalf of two sets of parents.

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Mollie Hemingway’s New Book, ‘Rigged,’ Tells How Wisconsin Officials Used COVID to Manipulate Election

Mollie Hemingway’s new book, Rigged, tells the story of Wisconsin election officials and their use of the COVID pandemic to manipulate the 2020 election results. Hemingway draws from many special elections held over the course of COVID, explaining that Democrats learned that their voters were much more likely to vote by mail than Republicans.

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Federal Court Allows for Wiggle Room in Wisconsin Redistricting Ruling

Three federal judges in Madison are willing to give Wisconsin lawmakers a chance to draw the state’s new political map, but they are also preparing to do it themselves.

The judges on Thursday laid out a path for Wisconsin’s redistricting process in their ruling on a redistricting lawsuit.

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