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WILL’s “School Scorecard Dashboard” Provides Wisconsin In-depth Statistics and Greater Transparency

The results are in, rising absenteeism in rural communities and urban academic decline—WILL provides it all at an easy to access Dashboard.

February Healthcare Highlight: Farm Bureau Insurance Plans

As Wisconsin considers ways to address its healthcare disparities, recognizing and supporting a Farm Bureau Health Plan could be a crucial step towards a healthier future for all residents.

WILL Statement on Assembly Passage of AB 900

This piece of legislation is win-win-win for public schools, taxpayers, and choice schools!

WILL Applauds State Assembly for Passing Constitutional Amendment on Governor Veto Powers

No Governor has the authority to single-handedly raise taxes or fees, still able to effectively use the line-item veto.

WILL Fights Against Federal Government’s Illegal Discrimination Toward Small Businesses

WILL is fighting back and suing the so-called “Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program,” on behalf of our clients who deserve equal treatment under the law. Because the DBE program violates the Constitution’s promise of equal treatment, it must be permanently dismantled or opened to everyone. 

WILL Hires New Storyteller & Content Creator

Katarina will help modernize WILL's communication efforts, enhance our digital presence, and help tell the stories behind our legal and policy work.

WILL Secures Major Victory for Parents Who Want to Utilize School Choice

Judge Holds that DPI “Perfection Rule” is Invalid!

WILL Highlights Inconsistencies with Court’s Political Consultants and Lays Out Potential Due Process Violation in New Redistricting Filing

In our filing, we point out that the Court’s so called “experts” offer arguments inconsistent with both legal precedent and their own previous writings.

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Racine Journal Times | Sloppy lawmaking threatens tailgating in state

The Racine Journal Times editorial page writes: So how did this silly piece of legislation come to be? The original law change was simple enough: It ...

New York Daily News | Flanders, Goodnow: The negative effects of Obama’s ‘positive’ school discipline policies

Writing in the New York Daily News, WILL Research Director Will Flanders and Research Fellow, Natalie Goodnow, note our review of Obama-era school ...

Racine Journal Times | Public records don’t belong to bureaucrats

Bemoaning policymaker efforts to keep records from public scrutiny, The Racine Journal Times writes: Sigh. Is it really that hard for state legislators ...

Wall Street Journal | No Racial Quotas in Special Education

The Wall Street Journal references our report, Collateral Damage, as they look at racial quotas in Special Education: Education Secretary Betsy DeVos ...

Education Next | Flanders, Wolf: A Story, Not a Study

WILL Research Director, Dr. Will Flanders, and the University of Arkansas Education Professor, Patrick Wolf, write in Education Next: A recent Wall Street ...

Jackson Clarion Ledger | Flanders, DeAngelis: School choice for all would jump start Mississippi economy

WILL Research Director Dr. Will Flanders and CATO Institute's Corey DeAngelis write in the Jackson Clarion Ledger: This is an exciting time for the ...

WILL Press Release | ICYMI: WILL and Americans for Tax Reform in Wall Street Journal Calling for Repeal of Wisconsin’s outdated Unfair Sales Act

Piece reviews how current 9.18% mandatory markup law harms Wisconsin consumers, makes scofflaws of retailers like Krist Oil who want to offer competitive ...

Wall Street Journal | Szafir, Gleason: These Prices Are a Steal—and in Some States, That’s Illegal

Writing in the Wall Street Journal, WILL Executive Vice President CJ Szafir and Americans for Tax Reform call for the repeal of Wisconsin's minimum markup ...

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