Rural Wisconsin Is Still Coping with Postal Service Slowdowns and Cutbacks Supported by Ron Johnson
A long-sought reform bill has finally become law, but small businesses, farmers, and veterans have been forced into more expensive alternatives that pose risks to their time-sensitive shipments.
Postal service can handle absentee ballot volume
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Here’s How the Inflation Reduction Act Will Help Wisconsin Families

The package lowers healthcare costs, incentivizes companies to adopt renewable energies and produce clean energy products; provides consumer rebates for those products, and delivers tens of billions of dollars of direct investments to American communities—funded by taxes on billion-dollar corporations.

President Joe Biden signs the "PACT Act of 2022" during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House, Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
In An Increasingly Divided America, Joe Biden Just Keeps Stacking Up Wins

Joe Biden signed the CHIPS bill into law yesterday, making a massive investment in US manufacturing and bringing billions in new investment to American shores and an estimated 70,000 to 90,000 family sustaining jobs to American working families. It is the first of many new bills he will be signing in the coming weeks, a...

FILE - Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers speaks at Cumberland Elementary School, July 8, 2021, in Whitefish Bay, Wis. (AP Photo/Scott Bauer, File)
Evers Putting Rescue Plan Dollars To Work Expanding Mental Health Workforce

Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers announced recently that more than $14 million in federal funds will be put towards expanding the mental health workforce in the Badger State. The commitment from Evers will go specifically to addressing the shortage of mental health providers who work with young people. In the wake of the pandemic, our kids...

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Johnson Votes NO on $35 Per Month Insulin Cap

During floor debate in the U.S. Senate over the Inflation Reduction Act, Republicans – including Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson – blocked an amendment that would have capped insulin costs at $35 per month. Wisconsin’s other U.S. Senator, Tammy Baldwin, and all of her Democratic colleagues voted for the cap, which fell three votes short of...

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Not a Regular Road Trip—Check Out These Quirky Badger State Attractions

Here’s a look at some of the weird things to see and try in Wisconsin, including the World's Largest Six Pack, the Sputnik crash site, Mustard Museum, and more.

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Ron Johnson Proposes Putting Social Security, Medicare On Chopping Block every year

Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson is under fire for recent comments about Social Security and Medicare, entitlement programs that millions of seniors rely on. In an appearance on the ‘Regular Joe’ Show Johnson proposed sweeping changes to both federal programs that would have the effect of putting each on the chopping block – subject to drastic...

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Evers Leverages Bipartisan Infrastructure Law To Boost Tourism Jobs, State Economy

Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers joined a bipartisan coalition of midwestern governors in announcing a new initiative aimed at boosting tourism that leverages funds made available through the historic Bipartisan Infrastructure Law signed by President Joe Biden this year. The ‘Lake Michigan EV Circuit Tour’ will consist of more than 1,000 miles of drivable Lake Michigan...

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., joined by fellow Democrats, enrolls the bipartisan bill designed to encourage more semiconductor companies to build chip plants in the United States, at the Capitol in Washington, Friday, July 29, 2022. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
Sen. Ron Johnson Votes NO on bipartisan U.S. Manufacturing Bill

Ron Johnson, Wisconsin’s Republican U.S. Senator, voted against historic legislation last month that will boost America’s economic and national security. The “Chips & Science” Bill passed the U.S. Senate on a bipartisan vote 64-33 and will be signed into law by President Joe Biden in the coming days. Fourteen Republican Senators supported the bill over...