Suspended Marquette University professor John McAdams is asking the Wisconsin Supreme Court to immediately take up his case, bypassing the State Appeals Court. Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty (WILL) who represents McAdams, petitioned the state’s high court to take the case. McAdams was suspended indefinitely from teaching at Marquette (WILL and McAdams argue he […]
It appears the Appleton Area School District is attempting to use a policy change to work around a Wisconsin Supreme court ruling that the district violated the state’s open meeting law. The court ruled in June that the state’s open meetings law applied to an Appleton school committee that repeatedly met behind closed doors to review […]
At least eight special interest lobbyists have registered on the issue of licensing reform after two Democratic lawmakers sent a letter in late June urging unnamed lobbyists to engage on the issue. Media Trackers first reported on the letter in early July. Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty revealed the eight lobbyists in a release […]
Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty’s Rick Esenberg joined Media Trackers Communications Director Jerry Bader to discuss Thursday’s Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling in an Appleton School District open meeting case.
WEAC, the state teachers union, is circulating a graphic that features a man wearing a hoodie attacking a female with a backpack.
In at least six lawsuits a public interest law firm has been opposed by DOJ lawyers, proving they aren’t the legal arm of a GOP conspiracy.
Wisconsin Democrat gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke has decided to play a game of legal chicken with the taxpayers money.
By Collin Roth According to Jason Stein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, “Convictions of voter fraud in Wisconsin in recent years have not kept pace with Republican claims of its prevalence in the state.” So despite real cases of voter fraud, a crime with a very high burden of proof, Mr. Stein and his paper have […]