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Planned Parenthood reassures Wisconsin women

Planned Parenthood Federation of America announced earlier this week that it will withdraw from the federal Title X family-planning program rather than comply with...

Milwaukee neighborhoods: The face of addiction

In 2018, the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s office documented 384 drug-related deaths. Though slightly less than the more than 400 deaths in 2017, the...

Tackling prescription drug costs: ‘It’s like taking on the NRA’ Evers...

Gov. Tony Evers and other Wisconsin leaders announced this week that they are taking aim at high prescription drug prices. Evers on Tuesday signed an...

Message on addiction crisis: “Recovery is possible” Experts and activists meet...

Activists joined treatment center experts and first responders Tuesday evening in Milwaukee’s Bay View Library, for an informational meeting on heroin, opioids and cocaine....

Divergent Dem and GOP radio addresses

In picking Republican and Democratic radio address topics for the week, the two parties went in completely different directions. Not on the same issue...

Teens hospitalized after vaping

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services has launched an investigation after 11 Wisconsin youths were hospitalized with lung damage, possibly due to vaping. Although...

Evers and Dems seek Medicaid expansion…again Stand-alone bill would accept federal...

Gov. Tony Evers and two Democratic state legislators unveiled plans Monday to seek a stand-alone bill for Wisconsin to take federal funds to expand...

Senators ask for data on impact if ACA ends

Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) wants the Trump Administration to produce data on what would happen if a pending lawsuit to throw out the Affordable...

Overdose weekend

Over the weekend, 14 fatal overdoses occurred in Milwaukee County, with the Medical Examiner’s office responding to three in just under an hour on...

Evers focuses on lead fight with executive order Governor endorses proposed...

Stymied in his efforts to set aside an extra $40 million in the state budget for lead abatement, Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers on Monday...
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