State Supreme Court to hear DPI administrative rules suit

The state Supreme Court today agreed to hear a lawsuit seeking to force the Department of Public Instruction to submit its administrative rules to the guv’s administration for review.
But the justices will first hear oral arguments in May on who should represent state Superintendent Tony Evers in the lawsuit.
Evers has objected to the state Department of Justice representing him, because the agency has sided with the conservative Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, which filed the suit, in its view that DPI should have to submit its rules for review.
The state Supreme Court in 2016 rule...

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