MADISON, Wis. – It appears the U.S. Department of Justice’s “ongoing investigation” into Wisconsin’s School Choice program goes on, and the state’s education department is playing the role of DOJ lapdog, according to choice advocates.

On Tuesday, the state Department of Public Instruction sent a new and “unprecedented” notice to all administrators in the Wisconsin School Choice program, according to the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, or WILL, a nonprofit, Milwaukee-based public interest law firm. WILL has been pushing back on what School Choice advocates have described as a “massive power grab” by the Obama administration.

DPI’s notice requests detailed information from private schools in the parental choice program regarding students with disabilities.