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Washington Examiner | Goodnow: Children are the silent victims in the opioid crisis

WILL Research Fellow, Natalie Goodnow, writes in the Washington Examiner on the impact of the opioid crisis on the country's foster care system. We may not

Real Clear Education | Flanders: Education Reform Suffers When Politicians Put Careers Before Kids

WILL's Research Director, Dr. Will Flanders, writes at Real Clear Education: But in a number of other states with conservative leadership, progress on ESAs

Washington Times | Wisconsin Supreme Court will take case over Evers’ powers

From the Washington Times: MADISON, Wis. (AP) - The Wisconsin Supreme Court has decided to take original jurisdiction of a case over how much ...

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel | Wisconsin Supreme Court to take up politically charged case that pits Scott Walker against Tony Evers

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's latest coverage of our lawsuit challenging State Superintendent Tony Evers rulemaking and policy authority. GOP Attorney ...

Fox6 News Milwaukee | A look back at House Speaker Paul Ryan’s 20-year political career

Fox6 News Milwaukee's Myra Sanchick sat down with Rick Esenberg today to discuss House Speaker Paul Ryan's retirement announcement and what it means for ...

WILL Sends Letter to DPI Raising Significant Legal Concerns With DPI’s Recent Statements of Scopes

Today we sent a letter to the Department of Public Instruction, raising significant legal concerns with DPI's recent Statement of Scopes (rulemaking ...

City Journal | Who Misbehaves

City Journal reviews the data on Obama-era suspension policies and notes our report: The New York Times gloats that the report undercuts conservative ...

The Weekly Standard | Sykes: Why Are Businesses Intervening in a Wisconsin Academic Freedom Case?

Charlie Sykes writes at The Weekly Standard: The Trump era, if nothing else, has shown that ideological alignments can be fluid and inconsistent. So fiscal