[Madison, Wisc…] The Free Market Voice for Wisconsin has a couple of new homes. The John K. MacIver Institute for Public Policy, a free market think tank, has opened a new office across from the State Capitol in Madison and has redesigned their interactive website.
“As we approach our one year anniversary, we are excited about our continued success and growth,” said MacIver Institute President Brett Healy. “With all that is being debated at the Capitol right now – so-called green jobs, MPS takeover, high-speed rail – the MacIver Institute’s new office is right in the middle of it all. From here, we will be able to produce more of the reporting, research and analysis that Wisconsinites have come to expect from us; and our new website will make it even easier for people to find the content they are looking for.”
Offering original news reporting and innovative policy analysis, the MacIver Institute publishes their work at www.MacIverInstitute.com.
Nearly a half million people have viewed MacIver’s online reports, which ranged from the intricate details of the Wisconsin State Budget to the international debate on global warming.
“We’re committed to bringing the people of Wisconsin full time coverage of the events and issues that impact their lives,” said Healy. “With our new website, The MacIver Institute will deliver traditional research, reports and commentary using the new, interactive and social media models that drive communication today.”
The MacIver Institute’s new offices are located on the Capitol Square in Madison at 44 East Mifflin, Suite 201.
The John K. MacIver Institute for Public Policy is a Wisconsin-based think tank that promotes free markets, individual freedom, personal responsibility and limited government. Their tweets can be read at twitter.com/maciverwisc, you can network with them at http://www.facebook.com/MacIverInstitute, and you can see and respond to their videos at http://www.youtube.com/user/MacIverInstitute.