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ALEC Expert and Wisconsinites with Pre-Existing Conditions Expose Leah Vukmir’s Special Interest Record  BREAKING NEWS ON THE CALL: Leah Vukmir set to attend national ALEC Gala and ALEC-hosted fundraiser in Washington, D.C. today Wisconsin nurse and cancer survivor responds to Vukmir letter: “very insulting and very offensive” MADISON — On a media call today, an […]

Across this city, I meet Milwaukeeans who are working hard to not only make ends meet but to also tie our communities closer together and build a stronger city. You can see the fruits of these efforts in every neighborhood. Near my office on North Ave., I met some young Milwaukeeans who were spending a […]

Last Friday, Sept. 14, U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin came to Milwaukee to visit NAACP’s Office. While there, she sat down and spoke with the young Black leaders impacting Milwaukee about a variety of topics. The leaders who talked with Baldwin were: Ranell Washington, assistant vice president of Business Banking at Town Bank; Marquayla Ellison, owner […]

U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin told about 35 Janesville supporters Thursday that the stakes “couldn’t be higher” for the Nov. 6 election. Baldwin, a Democrat, is seeking her second term in the Senate. In brief remarks at The Bodacious Brew, a local coffee shop, she said Washington, D.C., is filled with distractions and special interest groups […]

Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, of Wisconsin, says the shooting at a Middleton software company shows the need for gun control measures that are “consistent with the Second Amendment.” Baldwin said at a Thursday news conference that she support universal background checks and banning rapid fire “bump stock” devices. The push in Congress to ban […]

Recently, I met U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Madison, at a coffee shop in Dodgeville. She simply came in, bought herself some coffee, and walked around talking to the people assembled there. When she engaged my table mates and me in conversation, I was struck by her personal warmth and her genuine concern for us. We […]

As a physician for more than 30 years, I have watched with sadness as patients have struggled to obtain insurance or the treatments they need to maintain their health and quality of life. Unfortunately, too many lawmakers vote to please large pharmaceutical and insurance companies because of the big donations they receive from these corporations. […]

Last month, Vice President Mike Pence visited Wisconsin. Moments after landing in Milwaukee, he was asked about my new legislation to protect the over 2 million Wisconsinites who have pre-existing conditions. In his response, with just a few words, Vice President Pence outlined what this U.S. Senate election is really about: Health care for millions of Wisconsinites. […]