Policy

Leading areas of policy

Health Care

WILL advocates for a patient-centered approach to health care that preserves competition, spurs innovation, and ensures broad access to quality and affordable health care.

Education

WILL advocates for an education system that is student-centered and prioritizes the freedom of families to choose the best education for their children.

Regulatory Reform

WILL advocates for oversight and accountability for the administrative state.

Opportunity

WILL advocates for a society where all citizens have access to the important ladders of opportunity.

Latest News and Policy Updates

Healthcare Price Transparency

The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) issued a new report, Empowering Patients: How Price Transparency Will Lower Healthcare ...

Empower School Board Members With Policy Solutions

WILL Director of Education Policy, Libby Sobic, is the author of Empower School Board Members With Policy Solutions, a new publication from the American ...

The State of Wisconsin Education

Cutting through the noise about where Wisconsin education stacks up How does Wisconsin stack up against other states in K-12 education? An eye-popping ...

Restoring American Education

The pandemic revealed rifts in the public education of our children. Parents were provided a peek into the classroom and had questions and concerns about ...

Voting With Their Feet: Economic Freedom and Migration in Wisconsin

The News: A new study from the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) finds that economic policy is a key driver of migration flows; with ...

WILL to Kiel Schools: Drop Title IX Complaint, Investigation of Eighth Graders for Using “Incorrect Pronouns”

School district is charging students with sexual harassment for “mispronouning” The News: Attorneys with the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty ...

The Citizen’s Guide to the Wisconsin Administrative State

The separation of powers is fundamental to American government. We all learn that the U.S Constitution divides power in our system: the legislative branch ...

Governor Evers: It’s Time to Recognize Parental Rights in Education

UPDATE: Governor Evers vetoed the Parent Bill of Rights on April 15, 2022. Governor Evers' veto message claimed the bill was aimed at "dividing our ...