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JFC signs off on Medicaid rate boost for tribal health centers

The Joint Finance Committee has signed off on a request by the Department of Health Services to seek federal approval to boost Medicaid rates for the state’s dozen tribal health centers. 
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Bill decriminalizing xylazine test strips heads to Evers

The Assembly on Wednesday sent Gov. Tony Evers a bill that would decriminalize possession of testing strips for xylazine, a tranquilizer that is being laced with opioids.  
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The closure of more than a dozen western Wisconsin healthcare facilities, the return of Medicaid renewals and efforts to address workforce shortages are among the top healthcare issues to watch this year, based on feedback Wisconsin Health News received last month. 
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Aspirus will expand an Upper Peninsula hospital, downsize another

Aspirus Health will expand a hospital in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and transform another into a clinic, moves that aim to help the Wisconsin health system remain strong in a challenging healthcare environment, according to a Tuesday statement. 
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Sheboygan County DA asks Wisconsin Supreme Court to take up abortion ruling

Sheboygan County District Attorney Joel Urmanski on Tuesday asked the state’s highest court to reverse a ruling by a Dane County judge that allowed for Wisconsin providers to restart offering abortions, following the fall of Roe v. Wade. 
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DHS awards grants to fight vaping

The Department of Health Services has awarded $830,000 over the next two years to 13 organizations that are fighting youth and young adult vaping. 
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