Good news for school choice in Wisconsin—at least for now. This week the Wisconsin Supreme Court voted unanimously not to take the case that had been filed by a far-left super PAC in Minocqua, alleging that our state’s voucher program is unconstitutional. The PAC had asked the high court to take the case directly and skip the lower courts. Now that the Supreme Court has said no, if the plaintiffs want to continue, they’ll have to start over at the lowest court.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court refusing to take this case is encouraging. First, it slows down the case against our flourishing school choice program that is helping so many families, and second, it shows the now liberal-leaning high court isn’t going to just automatically accept cases directly. Lower courts have an important role, and the process needs to be respected.
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