Stories tagged: "Tammy Baldwin"


U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin. (Photo provided)
Baldwin Now Heads Senate Panel Key to Expanding Broadband Across Rural U.S.

Subgroup of the powerful Appropriations Committee helps coordinate all who are working to fill the gaps in service.

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Enrollment Ends Dec. 15 for Insurance Coverage Through Affordable Care Act

Advocates warn not to wait until the last minute.

A Wisconsin farmer works his field outside Marshall in early August. (Photo © Andy Manis)
Pandemic Help for Wisconsin Farmers Was Too Little, Too Late

Dollars sent to other states, trade wars, and a long delay from Congress leave agriculture no less precarious than when the year started.

A farm in the town of Springfield. (Photo © Andy Manis)
Trump Farm Aid Dollars Meant for Wisconsin End up in Ag Secretary’s Region

A report by the Government Accountability Office shows how America’s Dairyland is subsidizing large Southern producers.

Joshua Crouse and his 10-year-old daughter, Marley, sit outside their Janesville apartment at the end of July. Crouse is among thousands of Wisconsin residents struggling to pay rent each month because of the economy during the pandemic. (Photo © Andy Manis)
$23 Million Coming to Wisconsin to Help Keep People in Their Homes

Many say the third round of Community Development Block Grant funding is welcome relief, but not enough.

Wisconsin National Guard members Sgt. Nathaniel Nyquist, left, Sgt. John Clark and Spc. Madeline Westrick gather samples at a drive-up COVID-19 testing site near Baraboo on April 29. (Photo © Andy Manis)
Sen. Tammy Baldwin Calls Out Pence on Wisconsin’s Continuing Medical Supply Shortage

Before VP Pence can face Kamala Harris, he has to deal with Sen. Tammy Baldwin and others wanting him to explain supply chain failings.

Biden’s Jobs Plan Gets Thumbs-Up at Its Midwest Unveiling
Biden’s Jobs Plan Gets Thumbs-Up at Its Midwest Unveiling

Virtual events target Superior and Kenosha for reviving manufacturing.