OUR POLICY REPORTS ON OPPORTUNITY
Walker-era FoodShare Reforms Lowered Unemployment, Boosted Labor Force Participation
New study finds positive workforce effects from 2015 reforms The News: A new study from the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL)
STUDY: Federal Davis-Bacon Act Raises Costs, Limits Competition in WI
90% of WI contractors in survey report law raises costs, repeal would spur more bids The News: A new study from the Wisconsin Institute for ...
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 ...
WILL Press Release | WILL Study: Impact of Licensing Red Tape on Worker Safety
January 10, 2018 - Milwaukee, WI - The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty issued a new study examining the effect of licensing regulations on worker
WILL Press Release | WILL Releases 50 State Study on Occupational Licensing
Study shows that more requirements lead to less jobs; employment could increase by 4.5% in certain professions if licensing reform enacted October 18, 2017
Press Release | New WILL Study: Occupational Licensing Requirements Decrease Employment
Peer-reviewed study makes case for reform March 15, 2017 – Milwaukee, WI – With Governor Walker and the state legislature discussing occupational licensing
WILL Press Release | New WILL study shows how growth of occupational licensing fences out opportunity to workers, resulting in fewer jobs and costing consumers $1.9 billion
In run up to legislative session in January, occupational license reform must be part of discussion about economic opportunity for Wisconsinites November ...