Browsing: Licensing and Regulation

Badger Institute President Mike Nichols testifies in favor of 2017 SB 108 and SB 109 before the Wisconsin Senate Committee on Public Benefits, Licensing and State-Federal
Relations on April 6, 2017

2017 SB 108 and SB 109 would reduce the burdens and restrictions on licensed barbers in Wisconsin

Badger Institute Policy Analyst Julie Grace testified in favor of 2021 SB 181 before the Wisconsin Senate Committee on Insurance, Licensing, and Forestry on March 17, 2021.

2021 SB 181 would provide for the licensure of dental therapists, who are health care practitioners who may engage in the limited practice of dentistry.

A free-market coalition of the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL), Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin, the Badger Institute, and MacIver Institute have pooled their resources to offer some solutions and policy recommendations to assist the state’s workers and businesses, provide more certainty during the crisis, and spur a quick and lasting recovery.

After Gov. Tony Evers issued an executive order to cut red tape on medical licensing, the Badger Institute, Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, The MacIver Institute and Americans for Prosperity urge the governor and state Legislature to continue to cut red tape to fight the coronavirus pandemic in Wisconsin.