June 30, 2014 - 6:00pm
Advocates for religious freedom and supporters of women's access to contraceptive care in Wisconsin are weighing in on a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Monday that came down on the side of religious liberty.
May 1, 2014 - 5:15pm
Proponents of the Affordable Care Act are calling the 140,000 signup figure "strong." Photo: David Precious (CC-BY).
Nearly 140,000 people in Wisconsin have signed up for health coverage on the federally run exchange, with half of them enrolling in the past seven weeks.
Photo Credit: Steve Shupe (CC-BY-NC) | WISPIRG is launching the campaign to clear up misconceptions about health care and the Affordable Care Act.
Wisconsin college students can learn more about their health insurance options under the new Affordable Care Act -- thanks to a new education campaign.
U.S. Rep. Reid Ribble, the only Republican in the Wisconsin congressional delegation to vote with Democrats to re-open the federal government and avoid default, is getting some political pushback for his position, but Ribble said calls from his constituents are running 4-to-1 in favor of his vote.
Most people get health insurance through their work, but about 180,000 people in Wisconsin buy insurance on the individual market. Some consumers want to keep their old policies, and state officials say in most cases they can, even if the policies don't conform to new federal standards.
Sweeping changes to Wisconsin's BadgerCare program would be put off for a few months under a plan that cleared the Legislature's budget committee on Monday.