Washington, DC—This, Rep. Ron Kind, along with Reps. Dan Kildee (MI-05), Mike Gallagher (WI-08), Antonio Delgado (NY-19), and Elissa Slotkin (MI-08) introduced the Test Your Well Water Act, bipartisan legislation in the U.S.
Washington, D.C.- Reps.
Washington, DC—This morning, the Supreme Court announced that it will hear Texas v. U.S., a partisan lawsuit originally led by now-defeated Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel and Governor Scott Walker.
Washington, DC—Today, Rep. Ron Kind sent a letter to Republican and Democratic leaders encouraging them to find a different way to fund the nation’s emergency response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) than what was proposed by President Trump.
La Crosse, WI— Today, Rep.
La Crosse, WI— Today, Rep. Ron Kind announced that his office is accepting submissions from high school students in Wisconsin’s Third Congressional District for the 24th Annual Congressional Art Competition. The deadline for submitting art to Rep. Kind’s office is 5:00 PM on Friday, March 6th.
La Crosse, WI – Today, Rep. Ron Kind announced that representatives from his district offices will hold open office hours in all 18 counties within Wisconsin’s Third Congressional District during the week of March 2nd.
Washington, DC—Yesterday, the Trump Administration released its proposal for the 2021 budget. The President’s budget proposes cuts to Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security, as well as continued attacks on the Affordable Care Act. The budget also includes the elimination of subsidized student loans and the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.
Washington, DC—Today, Reps. Ron Kind (D-WI) and Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI) announced that the bipartisan, bicameral Chronic Wasting Disease Management Act has received unanimous support among the Wisconsin Congressional Delegation.
Washington, DC—Yesterday, the Ways and Means Health Subcommittee held a hearing to discuss the high cost of prescription drugs and the effects on patients. During the hearing, Rep.
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The Healthcare Quality Coalition didn't run television ads, issue a weekly barrage of news releases or hold regular news conferences. Its members didn't appear on cable television news shows. It has no staff or dues.
Yet the coalition helped ensure that the recently enacted health care reform legislation contained several provisions to slow the rise in health care spending.
When James Ley of the Menomonie Police and Fire Commission commented on Fire Chief John Baus’ official-looking attire before Monday’s press conference announcing a new ladder truck for the fire department, Baus didn’t miss a beat.
“Hey, I’ll dress up however you want for three-quarters of a million dollars,” Baus said.
Wisconsin 3rd District Congressman Ron Kind (D-La Crosse) held a listening session for all Western Wisconsin constituents via telephone conference Wednesday night to cover an array of topics.
A federal construction project at the French Island fish lab previously restricted to out-of-state contractors will be open to all bidders after the U.S. Department of Interior reversed a decision by the U.S. Geological Survey.
Added regulations on small businesses are not aiding economic growth, a member of the Northwest Wisconsin Manufacturing Outreach Center told U.S. Rep. Ron Kind on Monday.
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As the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service unveiled plans for a new district office and visitors center on Brice Prairie, Wisconsin’s congressional delegation is pressuring the White House to allow local contractors to bid on several other projects funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
Unemployment is a big topic on the minds of Chippewa County residents. And while getting a job is on the mind of many of our residents, creating jobs is the mind of our lawmakers in Washington.
WASHINGTON — Wisconsin lawmakers and other members of Congress are concerned about the safety of ethnic Hmong recently deported from Thailand to Laos.
As House and Senate lawmakers start to reconcile their health-care bills with an eye to final passage, a little-noticed provision is already prompting celebration from a small group of influential hospitals that stand to gain millions in Medicare dollars.