Rep. Ron Kind Votes to Defend Wisconsinites’ Health Care
Rep. Ron Kind Calls on USDA Secretary Perdue to Protect Access to Mexican Market for Wisconsin Farmers
President Trump recently threatened to close the Mexican border, potentially closing trade markets for Wisconsin exports
Rep. Ron Kind’s Landmark Bipartisan Retirement Legislation Passes Ways and Means Committee
Retirement bills now move to House floor for consideration and final passage
Reps. Ron Kind, Mike Kelly Urge Ways and Means Committee to Include Kind/Kelly Retirement Bill in Broader Package
Rep. Ron Kind Announces $4.3 Million Grant to Arcadia to Protect Businesses from Flooding
Rep. Ron Kind’s Statement on the Observation of National Vietnam War Veterans Day
National Vietnam War Veterans Day is observed Friday, March 29, 2019
La Crosse – Tomorrow, the country will come together to observe National Vietnam War Veterans Day. U.S. Rep. Ron Kind released the following statement:
Reps. Kind, Meng, Walorski, and LaHood Introduce Bill to Lower Health Care Costs
Rep. Ron Kind Supports Bill to Protect Wisconsinites with Pre-Existing Conditions and Make Health Care More Affordable
Bill introduced as Trump Administration pressures courts to dismantle Affordable Care Act
Rep. Ron Kind Announces Gallery Opening for 2019 Congressional Art Competition
Rep. Ron Kind Introduces Bipartisan Bill to Help Pay Down the Debt with Congressional Office Savings
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U.S. Reps. Ron Kind and Tim Walz are working on aspects of health care reform that don’t get talked about as much as universal coverage — cost and quality.
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Undertaking a new and aggressive push to enact health reform this year, President Barack Obama bluntly challenged Republican critics on Thursday to put forward their own plan to expand coverage to the uninsured and help struggling families afford care.
When President Obama touches down today in Green Bay, Wis., he will be landing in one of the highest-value health communities in the nation, a city that by numerous measures has managed to control medical spending while steadily improving health outcomes.