Author: Sean Kirkby
House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Janesville, said Thursday Republican lawmakers are making “real progress” on their healthcare bill, but declined to set a date for a potential vote.
Doctors and acupuncturists oppose a bill that would allow chiropractors to perform physical examinations for student athletes and practice "chiropractic acupuncture" and "chiropractic dry needling" if they receive additional training.
The Assembly Committee on Health has approved a bill on party lines that would prohibit coverage of abortion in the health plan for state and some local employees except in limited circumstances.
The state's two organizations representing chiropractors are sparring over a bill that would expand the number of entities that can sponsor chiropractic continuing education.
Committee to vote on bill barring state employee health plan from covering abortion with few exceptions
The Assembly Committee on Health is taking up a bill Wednesday that would prohibit the state from covering abortion for its employees except under limited circumstances.
Aurora Cancer Care launches precision medicine program to bring greater cancer treatment options to patients
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