Wisconsin lawmakers will convene in a special session Monday to consider putting state Medicaid reform on a three-month delay.
Gov. Walker is asking the Legislature for three more months. He wants to extend the state’s timeline for moving people off BadgerCare and into the federal government’s new private marketplace.
Gov. Walker's initial plan was to withdraw coverage from adults earning more than the poverty level and to refer them to the new federal exchange to buy private coverage.
Problems with the federally run website, healthcare.gov, have dragged down enrollment in the exchanges, including here in Wisconsin.
If you’ve seen a Milwaukee County bus lately, you may have noticed a new digital message on the front. It alternates with the one telling you where the bus is headed.