Last week, a study by a libertarian policy center calculated that a single-payer health care plan could cost an additional $32.6 trillion over 10 years. Appearing Sunday on the “UpFront with Mike Gousha” television talk show, Baldwin attempted to put those costs into context. > Cap Times
Gov. Scott Walker has one signature move, and it’s so tired that it’s a wonder anyone still falls for it: He creates or exacerbates a problem, then claims to be the only one who can save us from it. The latest example comes in the form of health insurance expenses. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
In his turn at a candidate’s op-ed in the Cap Times, Gov. Scott Walker makes his case for why “Wisconsin is working!”, citing his narratives on employment, school funding, taxes, and healthcare.
The Trump administration has granted Gov. Scott Walker’s request to offer a reinsurance program designed to lower premium rates for most people in the individual market in 2019. Walker says the program will stabilize the market and attract more insurance providers to the private marketplace. > AP News
Health care is one issue where the Democrats hoping to challenge U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy — Margaret Engebretson and Brian Ewert — differ in their stances. > ABC 10 Duluth
The Democratic candidate for attorney general made his case Friday for why Wisconsin should back away from trying to end the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Josh Kaul is challenging Republican incumbent Brad Schimel in November. > ABC 18 Eau Claire
As one of two Democrats vying for the nomination to run against incumbent Republican Sean Duffy for Congress, attorney and Navy veteran Margaret Engebretson says she would work for a federal health insurance program for everyone. > WXPR Rhinelander