More than 2 million Wisconsinites have received at least one shot of COVID-19 vaccine, per state data released Thursday.Read More
Author: Sean Kirkby
President Joe Biden’s administration has pulled the plug on Wisconsin’s plans to require that some childless adults in BadgerCare work.
The Joint Finance Committee approved on party lines a Republican plan for how Wisconsin should spend billions in federal COVID-19 relief heading to the state.
Wisconsin will lose more than $50 million in federal funding for food assistance starting next month, after the Wisconsin Supreme Court ended the state’s COVID-19 public health emergency last week, according to the Department of Health Services.
Around 3,000 more Wisconsinites than usual signed up for Healthcare.gov coverage between mid-February and the end of March, which state and federal officials attribute to a special enrollment period for the exchange that opened last month.
Eighty-eight children in Wisconsin have developed a rare, serious condition linked to the coronavirus, per new data released by the Department of Health Services Wednesday.
More than 34 percent of Wisconsinites have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, per state data released Wednesday. The average number of daily new cases continues to grow.Read More
Republican lawmakers on the Joint Finance Committee questioned the head of the Department of Public Instruction Tuesday on the role the agency is playing in helping schools reopen for in-person instruction.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has awarded $53.6 million to Wisconsin to expand its COVID-19 vaccine programs.