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The Senate’s health repeal legislation would expose many Wisconsin consumers who receive federal tax credits under the Affordable Care Act to premium hikes and massive out-of-pocket costs.
Hospital use of two popular heart medicines, nitroprusside and isoproterenol, dramatically dropped after the prices for both soared.
- Scott Walker has jailed African Americans at nation’s highest rate, spent more on prisons than university system
- Brad Schimel withholds records concerning lawsuit he and Scott Walker filed to eliminate coverage for preexisting conditions
- Walker kept sexually abusive psychiatrist on county payroll
- Wisconsin governor, Senate debate both set for Oct. 19
- Palzewicz takes Democrats’ midterm battle to Wisconsin’s reddest congressional district
- Trump to stump for Vukmir but not Walker
- Campaign launched to close 'dark store' loopholes in Wisconsin
- Schimel plea bargained with child molesters
- Senate Passes Fracking Waste Ban Bill
- Gov. Cooper’s Bold Climate and Clean Energy Agenda Will Benefit North Carolinians
- Common Council President Hamilton at Garden Homes Mural Unveiling
- Trump Can’t Have It Both Ways on National Monuments
- TV News Needs to Do Better in Covering the Far Right and Its Apologists
- What We Know About Saturday’s Anti-Semitic Massacre, and Law Enforcement’s Response
- Glenn Greenwald: Violence Like Pittsburgh Shooting Is "Inevitable Outcome" of Racist Scapegoating
- Glenn Greenwald on Bolsonaro: Brazil Has Elected "Most Extremist Leader in the Democratic World"
- Rabbi: Trump & GOP Have Blood on Their Hands for Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting & Hateful Violence
- Alderwoman Coggs to take part in Pizza, Popcorn & Professionals: Careers in Politics