Leading areas of policy
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.
WILL advocates for an education system that is student-centered and prioritizes the freedom of families to choose the best education for their children.
WILL advocates for oversight and accountability for the administrative state.
WILL advocates for a society where all citizens have access to the important ladders of opportunity.
Latest News and Policy Updates
WILL to Biden Education Department: Critical Race Theory is Wrong for Public Schools
WILL submitted public comment to the United States Department of Education against the adoption of a proposed grant program to prioritize Critical Race Theory in federally funded American History and Civics Education
WILL, SCW Ensure MPS Follows the Law, Provide Transportation Benefits to Private School Students
Thousands of students have been left stranded in 2020-21 school year The News: Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) committed to provide transportation ...
‘Miller Time’ Needs to Be Over in Milwaukee Public Schools
Will Flanders, Research Director WILL Libby Sobic, Education Policy Director, WILL Last week in the Journal Sentinel, former MPS President Larry ...
WILL Budget Briefing: A Deep Dive on Governor Evers’ 2021-23 State Budget Proposal
Increases in spending, programs, and new attacks on education and worker freedom The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) policy ...
Wisconsin’s Emergency Powers Laws in Urgent Need of Reform
New study examines Wisconsin’s emergency powers laws, provides recommendations for reform The News: A new study from the Wisconsin Institute for Law ...
3 Attacks on School Choice in Governor Evers’ Budget Proposal
By Will Flanders, Research Director Governor Tony Evers’ 2021-23 budget includes a Christmas tree for teachers unions in the form of ...
STUDY: Spring 2020 School Closures May Result in $7 Billion Lifetime Earnings Loss to Wisconsin Students
This study estimates that spring 2020 school closures and incomplete curriculums could cost Wisconsin students more than $7 billion in lifetime earnings losses. The staggering cost serves as a stark warning about the effects of learning loss due to school building closures in the 2020-21 school year.
Wisconsin’s Open Enrollment Program Provides Critical School Choice Option for 62,000 Students
New study profiles open enrollment program, examines school district impact The News: With the approach of National School Choice Week, January 24-29, ...