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Op/Ed essays wanted!

Conservative (but not partisan) essays wanted!

 

WPRI website is looking for brief (500-700 words), smart, well-reported opinion and commentary essays from students and other writers with fresh and clear voices.

 

Start here to learn about WPRI:

http://www.wpri.org/WPRI/About-WPRI.htm

 

And hit these links to see previous essays that hit the mark.

 

http://www.wpri.org/WPRI/Commentary/Its-Time-to-Toll.htm

 

http://www.wpri.org/WPRI/Commentary/Milwaukees-inner-city-needs-good-fathers.htm

 

http://www.wpri.org/WPRI/Commentary/The-conservative-response-to-climate-change.htm

 

http://www.wpri.org/WPRI/Commentary/What-Wisconsin-Can-Learn-from-Illinois-Fiscal-Predicament.htm

 

http://www.wpri.org/WPRI/Commentary/Wisconsin-Has-a-Spending-Problem.htm

 

Background:

 

The Wisconsin Policy Research Institute Inc., established in 1987, is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit Institute working to engage and energize Wisconsinites and others in discussions and timely action on key public policy issues critical to the State’s future, its growth and prosperity. The Institute’s research and public education activities are directed to identify and promote public policies in Wisconsin which are fair, accountable and cost effective.

 

Through original research and analysis and through public opinion polling, the Institute’s work will focus on such issue arenas as state and local government tax policy and spending and related program accountability, consequences and effectiveness. It will also focus on health care policy and service delivery; education; transportation and economic development; welfare and social services; and other issues currently or likely to significantly impact the quality of life and future of the State.

 

The Institute is guided by a belief that competitive free markets, limited government, private initiative, and personal responsibility are essential to our democratic way of life.

 

 

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