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.

K-12 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.

Free Markets

WILL advocates for a free market system that fosters competition, spurs innovation, and creates prosperity.

Opportunity

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

Latest News and Policy Updates

STUDY: K-12 Spending Increases Unlikely to Result in Student Success

New analysis on K-12 spending raises questions about student impact The News: Last month, Governor Tony Evers proposed $1.4 billion in additional spending

Medicaid Expansion to Cost Wisconsinites $600 Million Per Year

New WILL, CROWE study analyzes true cost of Medicaid expansion  The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) and the Center for Research

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

Subjective criteria, work disincentives plague disability insurance program The Problem: With unemployment at record lows, Wisconsin’s central economic ...

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 | 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

WILL Press Release | New Study: Act 10 Led to Improved Test Scores

Most comprehensive study to date on effect of Act 10 on student achievement October 3, 2018 – Milwaukee, WI – The Wisconsin Institute for Law & ...