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Sanfelippo wants another look at revolving loan fund regulations

The chair of the Assembly health committee pulled a bill from a vote Tuesday after a group representing sober-living housing raised concerns about the proposal. The bill, which was developed as part of the committee’s effort to cut “burdensome regulation” through a “Red Tape Review,” would eliminate an administrative code chapter at Department of Health […]

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Analysis: Wisconsin Medicaid waiver has components never approved by feds

Wisconsin's plan to drug screen childless adults in Medicaid, require them to work and cap the amount of time they can receive benefits have never been approved by the federal government, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation analysis released last week.
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Senate committee hears testimony on opioid treatment bill

Image: Patrick Cork, administrator of the DHS Division of Care and Treatment Services, (left) and Jon Hoelter, DHS legislative liaison, (right) testify.   A proposal supported by the Department of Health Services would provide an additional $2 million over the next biennium to establish two to three new opioid treatment programs in the state. The bill, […]

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