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Assembly modifies, approves pre-existing conditions bill

The Assembly modified and approved its bill aiming to guarantee coverage for those with pre-existing conditions under state law if the Affordable Care Act goes away. But Democratic lawmakers questioned whether the proposal's efficacy.
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WHIO plans to offer new reporting tools soon

The Wisconsin Health Information Organization hopes to launch new services soon, including reporting tools to help its customers get faster answers to common questions.
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Advocate Aurora Health commits to going green

Advocate Aurora Health announced earlier this month that it plans to run its operations with 100 percent renewable electricity by 2030.
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Evers will push Medicaid expansion as Republicans continue to oppose it

Gov. Tony Evers said Tuesday he plans to pursue Medicaid expansion by appealing to rural Wisconsinites, healthcare workers and their elected officials, even though Republican leaders said they won’t back the proposal.
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Evers won’t sign pre-existing conditions bill without changes

Gov. Tony Evers said Thursday that he wants to see changes to a bill that would enshrine some insurance protections for those with pre-existing conditions in state law if the Affordable Care Act goes away. Evers called the bill a “step in the right direction.” But he said the state should withdraw from a lawsuit […]

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Planned Parenthood sues over abortion laws

Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin filed a lawsuit Wednesday challenging three limits around abortion in state law.
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