Policy

Macco Supports Sales Tax: Leaves Legality To The Courts To Decide

A Northeast Wisconsin lawmaker is among a group of officials urging the Brown County Taxpayers Association(BCTA) to drop its lawsuit against the County’s recently enacted 0.5 percent sales tax. Brown County Executive Troy Streckenbach was joined by dozens of local government and business officials, urging the group to drop the suit. The suit, filed by […]

Policy

WILL Sues Brown Co. Over Sales Tax

Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty has filed suit against Brown County, Wisconsin in Brown County Circuit Court, alleging that the County’s proposed Sales and use Tax which took effect January 1st violates state law. WILL filed the suit Tuesday afternoon on behalf of the Brown County Taxpayers Association and a resident of Brown County […]

The Courts

WILL and McAdams’ Battle for Academic Free Speech Continues

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 […]

Policy

Did Appleton Schools Attempt an Open Meetings Workaround?

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 […]

Media

Voter Fraud Cases Don’t Fit The Media Narrative

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 […]