Stories tagged: "evers"


Anxiety Screenings for All: What Wisconsin Leaders Have Said, Done to Address Mental Health Epidemic

For the first time ever, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force has recommended all adults under 65 receive annual screenings for anxiety, even if they aren't showing symptoms.

Supreme Court Hands Evers Another Defeat
‘That’s Just Bulls**t’: Evers Gets Frank, Defends His Record, and Predicts the Outcome of Wisconsin’s Midterms

Appearing on the popular “Pod Save America” podcast Tuesday, Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers held nothing back as he discussed the 1849 abortion ban, a booming work force, funding schools, and why Tim Michels is simply trying to "out-MAGA" other Republicans.

Facing Skyrocketing Insulin Costs, Wisconsin Diabetics Watch as GOP Ignores Evers’ Latest Plan to Cap Prices

Living with diabetes has become unaffordable for many due to the rising cost of insulin. Wisconsin's governor says his state can’t afford to pass up another chance to help diabetics struggling to stay afloat.

Threat of GOP-led Book Bans Looms Over ‘22 Elections

At an event honoring Pride Month, Democratic Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers made clear a glaringly obvious point: He is likely the only thing standing in the way of a Republican push to ban books in Wisconsin. 

Governor Tony Evers
By the Numbers: Biden-Evers Economy Working for Wisconsin

Ensuring families feel economic security is essential to that feeling. And by that ‘measure’, along with what’s happening in the stock market, it’s not surprising that confidence in the state’s economy isn’t sky high.

July 8, 2021, at Cumberland Elementary School in Whitefish Bay, Wis. (AP Photo/Scott Bauer)
Governor Evers Leads Wisconsin Schools To Top 10 Best in U.S.

Evers, the former State Superintendent of Public Instruction and an educator himself, made strengthening public education a cornerstone of his 2018 campaign. Since taking office, Evers has delivered a number of accomplishments in the education space.

Wisconsin GOP haven’t done a thing to address baby formula shortage

It is not normal for a political party to believe, in a time of crisis that could lead to the starvation of American children, that the job of elected Republicans is to — quite literally — do nothing and try to prevent from happening that which can be done.