Column

Your quick guide to Medicaid: What it is and what it isn’t

While work requirements may seem counterproductive to Medicaid’s objectives, it actually promotes healthy, self-sufficient lifestyle, financial independence

Column

Evers’ efforts to remove state from ACA lawsuit is symbolic win for voters

Despite legislation getting in the way, the current administration works to accurately represent Wisconsin

Point-counterpoint

Point Counterpoint: Health care choices should be made by the patient, not the federal government

One-size fits all health care system is ineffective, unfair to Wisconsin patients

State of Wisconsin

Wisconsin legislation looks to regulate, acknowledge direct primary care clinics

Primary care clinics allow doctors to spend more time with patients, charge them flat monthly fee

Column

Gov. Scott Walker’s healthcare plan meant to benefit his reelection rather than Wisconsinites

Walker paints himself as bipartisan hero in contrast to long history of sabotaging healthcare reform

Letter to the Editor

From Gordons to federal government, policies making assumptions about consumer desires are unfair

Mandating certain consumer behavior limits freedom, suppresses competition

Column

Disparities in healthcare detrimental for American women

Obama-era rollbacks cause for worry for females whose easy access to health insurance, contraceptives could fly out the window

Column

Hey Democrats, Obamacare took more than a year too

Educating the public is key in transitioning from a failing healthcare system to one which does its job without bankrupting the country

Column

Before defaulting to rejecting GOP health care plan, let’s review just how terrible ‘Obamacare’ really was

Skyrocketing premiums, lack of choice in insurance leave Americans with less than they deserve

Letter to the Editor

Message to Trump voters: He’s just not that into you

Two months in, the president's agenda shows a complete lack of interest in fixing the issues plaguing so many Americans