Rep. Ron Kind Introduces Bipartisan Legislation Encouraging Creation of Employee-Owned Businesses and Expanding Retirement Savings Options
Reps. Kind, Walorski, Peters, and Hudson Introduce Bill to Lower Cost of Life-Saving Medical Devices for American Patients
Rep. Ron Kind Supports Save the Internet Act to Restore Net Neutrality and Expand Rural Broadband
Save the Internet Act passes House and moves to Senate
Rep. Ron Kind and Ways and Means Committee Pass Bill to Lower Drug Costs for Wisconsin Families and Increase Transparency
Drug pricing transparency bill now moves to House floor for consideration and final passage
Reps. Kind, Kelly, Doyle, and Guthrie Introduce Bill to Expand Access to High-Quality Medicare Advantage Plans for Older Americans
Rep. Ron Kind Introduces Bill to Expand Access to High-Quality Medicare Advantage Plans for Wisconsin Seniors
Rep. Ron Kind Meets with Wisconsinites with Pre-Existing Conditions to Discuss What’s at Stake
Trump Administration and Justice Department are putting pressure on the courts to dismantle Affordable Care Act, threatening access to care and patient protections
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
In The News
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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
By Rep. Ron Kind
ONALASKA — Retiree Darrel Burkhardt was about to replace his aging furnace last winter when a friend told him he should see whether he qualified for weatherization assistance from Couleecap.
A few months later, Darrel and wife, Judith, have a new furnace, new water heater, replacement light bulbs and lots of new insulation.
WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Rep. Ron Kind (D-WI) today with U.S. Reps.
Two Wisconsin congressmen are calling on the White House to resolve the U.S.-Brazil trade dispute by reforming U.S. agricultural subsidies, particularly cotton, instead of making annual payments to Brazil. This week, Reps.
Wisconsin doctors and hospitals who treat Medicare patients can expect a modest bump in pay as a result of provisions in the new health care law.
Rep. Ron Kind and a group of Midwest and Pacific Northwest lawmakers bargained hard to get it.
Congressman Ron Kind, who represents Wisconsin’s 3rd District, came to Hudson last Thursday to meet with a small group of business people and talk about steps he says Congress has taken to assist small businesses.
“I’m here to report on what is going on to get the economy back on track,” said the La Crosse Democrat.