The central problem with SSDI is that for disabled workers who could reasonably make a return to the labor force through training or rehabilitation, there are few incentives and often not enough support.Read More
The recent controversy over Jones Act waivers raises important questions about whether the Act ought to remain in place at all. Free market conservatives have long argued that the law has outlived its usefulness (if it had any) and now amounts to pure protectionism that raises prices for consumers.Read More
For education reform advocates, there was finally something to cheer about, although there is still work left to be done.Read More
Wisconsin’s licensing regime has costs for our workers – many who are of low and middle income – that do not exist in many other states.Read More
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Joined @SenatorKapenga, @SenStroebel, @RepSanfelippo, @Bellmanequation, and @WILawLiberty to discuss the real cost of Medicaid expansion in Wisconsin – nearly $600 million/year and as much as $700/year for a family of four with private insurance.