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Wisconsin’s Health Insurance Risk-Sharing Plan (HIRSP) helped those who could not buy health insurance because of pre-existing conditions, or who had lost health insurance that had been available through their employer.
The Gazette Editorial Board makes some strong assumptions, grasping for a story here. The story is: There is no story.
We know that climates are getting warmer, often wetter, and with more extreme events such as heat waves, droughts and floods. Greenhouse gases created by burning fossil fuels are driving these dramatic and accelerating changes in climate.
Campaign-spending totals in the last four elections go a long way toward explaining why Supreme Court Justice Annette Ziegler won’t be challenged on April 4.
Here is one set of predictions of Capitol politics in 2017. Remember, please, that pundits—just like polls—can be wrong.
The whole point of outfitting police with cameras, at taxpayer expense, is to ensure truthfulness and enhance accountability. That did not happen in the Smith case.
Here are one scribe’s picks for Wisconsin’s top 10 political stories of 2016.
After local clerks hired an army of temporary workers to recount 2.97 million votes for president in a 10-day period, and the Green Party candidate who finished fourth paid $3.5 million for the recount, what did Wisconsin learn?
A Rock County Board of Canvass member responds to concerns about the legitimacy of the machine count and the procedures used during the recount of the presidential election.
The state of Wisconsin is considering a self-insurance model, but this could affect the level of competition and the involvement of smaller integrated health systems in Wisconsin’s health care markets.
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