A new casino in Kenosha could cost taxpayers money, according to the Ho-Chunk nation, a native tribe that already has a gaming compact with the state and operates six casinos.
Government “can do things better” than families and individuals, especially when it comes to educating children, says Mary Burke, a millionaire leftist running as a Democrat against Governor Scott Walker next year.
If you didn’t break it, don’t try to fix it. That’s the message conservative lawmakers in Madison are trying to send about the ObamaCare exchange.
Last week Speaker Robin Vos fast-tracked through the Assembly a bill that increases one tax credit by 300%. And it is not even a tax credit many people in Wisconsin use.
Twenty-six Wisconsin groups are listed by CMS as “Champions for Coverage.” They range from left-wing community organizing outfits to health clinics, hospitals and even local libraries.
A comparison of health insurance premiums pre-ObamaCare and data from the federal Department of Health and Human Services outlining insurance costs under ObamaCare show price increases that some Wisconsin consumers will face.
The largest newspaper in Wisconsin is using news stories to point people to ways they can sign up for ObamaCare and obtain money to help offset the cost of the health insurance premiums.
On its very first day of operation, the ObamaCare health insurance exchange in Wisconsin is not working.
A draft resolution being circulated in the Wisconsin Assembly seeks to call attention to the tragedy of pregnancy and infant loss, and a former Planned Parenthood lobbyist turned lawmaker is backing the measure.
That the ObamaCare employer mandate is delayed until January 1, 2015 hasn’t stopped some employers in Wisconsin from cutting employee hours to protect themselves from the costs imposed by the federal requirement.