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To continue to produce unrivaled policy research, provide in-depth journalism and advance free-market reforms in Wisconsin, the Badger Institute announces the launch of the Forward Society, a charitable giving opportunity for those who want to keep Wisconsin free and flourishing for years to come.
The Badger Institute today announced the promotion of Angela Smith to executive vice president, the addition of board members Shannon Whitworth and Matt Rowe, and the appointment of an array of Wisconsin luminaries as emeritus directors.
The Badger Institute, the state’s oldest free market public policy research organization, announced today it has opened an office in Madison, across the street from the State Capitol.
The Badger Institute today celebrated the news that Wisconsin lawmakers, including Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu (R-Oostburg), are unveiling legislation to shift our state to a single-rate personal income tax — a recommendation made by the Badger Institute and Tax Foundation in in July.
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The Badger Institute today released four new reports as part of a Mandate for Madison crime and public safety package.
The Badger Institute has been a champion of school choice since our inception as the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute in the late 1980s.
Feulner will discuss the impact of the Mandate for Leadership on the Reagan Revolution and the critical role policy organizations play in advancing reform
Tax reform options to improve Wisconsin’s Competitiveness
New additions will contribute to investigative reporting, Mandate for Madison
Survey solicits opinions on health care, crime, occupational licensing, and other issues.
Sem, Niederjohn of Concordia University Wisconsin will conduct health care research
Bipartisan licensure reform legislation backed by the Badger Institute has been signed into law.
Reforms would expand oversight of federal funds, school and health care options, increase workforce participation.