Reprinted from Heartland Signal
Kate Ly Johnston, Heartland Signal
Wisconsin Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin passed significantly more meaningful bipartisan legislation under former President Donald Trump than her Republican counterpart, Sen. Ron Johnson, despite Johnson’s boasts of bipartisanship.
Georgetown University’s “Bipartisan Index” study ranked Johnson as one of the least bipartisan
Forty-nine Republican senators voted against the DISCLOSE Act.
Senate Republicans on Thursday blocked a bill that would have required political groups to disclose who pays for their political campaign spending. Many of those same GOP lawmakers have previously complained about the influence of "dark money"
The Inflation Reduction Act allows the government to negotiate drug prices and caps prescription drug costs through the Medicare program.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced 2023 Medicare premium rates on Tuesday, confirming that they will decrease for the coming year.
The 3% decrease, a drop of
Proposals from Sens. Rick Scott and Ron Johnson would require Congress to repeatedly authorize funding for Social Security and Medicare.
President Joe Biden on Tuesday warned about Republican proposals that would put programs such as Social Security and Medicare at risk of being cut.
The Wisconsin Republican has used his official website and social media accounts to smear his Democratic opponent.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) is facing another ethics complaint after using his official social media accounts to smear his Democratic opponent, Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes.
The official complaint, sent last
Wisconsin Democratic Gov. Tony Evers had called the special legislative session for Oct. 4 to discuss establishing a ballot initiative process in the state, which could be used to let residents vote on the state's abortion law.
A special session of the Wisconsin Legislature called
After their success with Dobbs, anti-abortion activists have a new target: contraception.
Conservatives scored a big win when the Supreme Court overruled Roe v. Wade. Now, hardline anti-abortion activists are teeing up an even bigger attack: banning birth control.
Already, activists are calling for the end of birth
Reprinted from the Associated Press
Republican Tim Michels’ recent reversal to support abortion ban exceptions for rape and incest isn't the first time he's shifted ground on a significant issue in his campaign against Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers.
By SCOTT BAUER, Associated Press
MADISON, Wis. (AP) —
Republican incumbent Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin has a long record of opposition to abortion rights.
Republican Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, a longtime opponent of abortion rights, is in a close reelection race against the state's Democratic Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, who supports the
Reprinted from Heartland Signal
Richard Eberwein, Heartland Signal
According to financial disclosures reported by The Guardian, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) made $57 million since he first ran for public office in 2010, partially boosted by business dealings with China.
Johnson previously served as a top executive for a family-run