Yes. Since the expansion of a federal immigration “parole” program, illegal immigration from the four countries covered by the program has decreased by more than 90%.
Yes. About 41% of all births in the U.S. are financed by Medicaid, according to a 2022 report from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Yes. ccording to an April Gallup poll, 48% of U.S. adults are concerned about having their money in banks or other U.S. financial institutions, including 19% who are “very” worried and 29% who are “moderately” worried.
Yes. The shared revenue bill proposed by Wisconsin Republicans would prohibit a county or municipality from holding an advisory referendum, according to a draft of bill released May 2.
No. While individual tax cuts from the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act are set to expire after 2025, 95% of business owners will not “automatically” experience a tax hike, because many businesses have no taxable income.
Yes. While mifepristone’s most common use is medically induced abortions, it can also be used as a treatment for Cushing syndrome.
Yes. The last time the 12 month–average inflation rate was below 5% was in April 2021, when it was 4.2%, according to U.S. Labor Department data.
Yes. According to the 2022 National Assessment of Educational Progress report card, 67.4% of fourth grade students in Wisconsin failed to test at proficient or above in reading.
Yes. In February, Democratic President Joe Biden met with Republican Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy to discuss the U.S. debt ceiling. McCarthy called it a “first good meeting,” while the White House said it was a “frank and straightforward dialogue,” according to Politico.
No. The Wisconsin State Capitol building is not open all day and night, seven days a week.
While previous bills have failed, backers offer new funding options that could pave the path forward.
Yes. Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Dan Kelly has been campaigning with Scott Presler, who was at the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.