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WILL Promotes Libby Sobic to Director of Education Policy

Sobic to have expanded role managing WILL's K-12 education reform project The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty is pleased to announce that Libby ...

Reform Federal Disability Insurance to Help Address Wisconsin’s Labor Shortage

Parents in Milwaukee Are Choosing Schools Based on Quality Background: With traditional Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS), three types of public charter schools, and private schools in the Milwaukee […]

Study: Parents in Milwaukee Are Choosing Schools Based on Quality

Parents in Milwaukee Are Choosing Schools Based on Quality Background: With traditional Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS), three types of public charter ...

WILL Press Release | Attorney General Opinion Threatens Wisconsin Wedding Barns

WILL disagrees with legal analysis, prepared to fight for economic freedom November 26, 2018 – Milwaukee, WI – On November 16, 2018, Wisconsin Attorney ...

WILL Press Release | Kimberly-Clark Incentives are Wrong, Unnecessary

State shouldn't pay to save jobs in tight labor market   November 14, 2018 - Milwaukee, WI - The Joint Finance Committee of the state legislature is ...

WILL Press Release | What’s Next for Wisconsin and the Every Student Succeeds Act?

Divided government still has opportunities to fully utilize tools from federal government November 13, 2018 – Milwaukee, WI – Wisconsin will implement the Every Student Succeeds Act […]

WILL Press Release | Citizens for Responsible Government and WILL Sue Alderman Stamper Seeking Records

Milwaukee Alderman has ignored requests for six months   October 30, 2018 – Milwaukee, WI: On behalf of CRG Advocates, the Wisconsin Institute for ...

WILL Press Release | Evidence Mounting That Act 10 is Improving K-12 Education

WILL study adds to growing list of academic studies showing positive impact of collective bargaining reform   October 8, 2018 – Milwaukee, WI – Act ...

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