Testimony

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.

Badger Institute Policy Analyst Julie Grace testified in favor of 2019 SB 746, SB 747, and SB 760 before the Wisconsin Senate Committee on Public Benefits, Licensing and State-Federal Relations on February 18, 2020

2019 SB 746, SB 747, and SB 760 would positively impact and streamline the state’s licensing process.

University of Minnesota Ph.D. candidate Jason Hicks testifies in favor of 2019 SB 89 before the Wisconsin Senate Committee on Health and Human Services on August 21, 2019

2019 SB 89 would provide for the licensure of dental therapists, who are health care practitioners who may engage in the limited practice of dentistry.

Badger Institute Policy Analyst Julie Grace testifies in favor of 2019 SB 89 before the Wisconsin Senate Committee on Health and Human Services on August 21, 2019

2019 SB 89 would provide for the licensure of dental therapists, who are health care practitioners who may engage in the limited practice of dentistry.

Badger Institute President Mike Nichols testifies in favor of 2015 AB 32 before the Wisconsin Assembly Committee on Labor on May 27, 2015

2015 AB 32 would eliminate the requirement that laborers, workers, mechanics, and truck drivers employed on the site of a project of public works be paid the prevailing wage.

Badger Institute President Mike Nichols testifies in favor of 2015 SB 44 before the Wisconsin Senate Committee on Labor and Government Reform on February 24, 2015

2015 SB 44 would prohibit as a condition of employment membership in a labor organization or payments to a labor organization