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Kenosha News | New state Assembly committee looking at ways to take more control from federal government

The Kenosha News covered WILL testimony to, and the mission of, the new Wisconsin State Assembly Committee on Federalism: "The committee is one of the few ...

WILL Press Release | WILL Staff Testifies At Wisconsin Assembly Committee on Federalism

New Assembly and Senate Committees Augment Governor Walker's Efforts At Restoring Balance in Relationship Between Washington, Wisconsin January 26, 2017 – ...

WILL Press Release | Americans for Prosperity Hosts WILL Education Policy Expert to Discuss the Economic Benefits of School Choice

Dr. Will Flanders will present findings from recent study that found $500 million economic benefit to the City of Milwaukee from higher graduation rates ...

WILL Blog | Flanders: Did Obama’s 7 Billion Dollar Education Experiment Fail Wisconsin Too?

A report released by the U.S. Department of Education during the final hours of the Obama administration showed how the federal government spent more than ...

WILL Press Release | WILL Applauds Gov. Walker’s occupational licensing reform proposal

Hopeful state can finally reverse trend of occupational licensing growth January 23, 2017 – Milwaukee, WI – The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty ...

RightWisconsin | Five Takeaways from the DeVos Hearings

Education Reformer is "Controversial" WILL VP and Deputy Counsel CJ Szafir and WILL Research Fellow Collin Roth writing at RightWisconsin: Democrats Like ...

Washington Examiner | With school starting, Marquette professor remains in academic limbo

The Washington Examiner takes a look at professor John McAdams' case against Marquette University. It's now been two years since he was banished from ...

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel | Borsuk: Study rouses (but doesn’t settle) school sector debate

Alan Borsuk at the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel takes a critical, yet fair, look at our most recent report on the economic benefit of school choice to ...