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News Release | WISPIRG | Health Care

Health Care Reformers Unveil “Health Care Harry”

Passersby in La Crosse’s Burns Park were greeted on Friday by an old childhood friend with a whole new set of maladies. Health Care Harry, an eight-foot tall interactive character based on the Operation game’s “Cavity Sam” stood at Burns Park as health care advocates called for reform. Harry was subject to a number of serious “operations” as locals used giant tweezers to discover what was ailing him – and our whole health care system.

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Report | WISPIRG | Health Care

The $3 Trillion Question: What Health Care Reform Can Save for Families, Businesses and Taxpayers

 

 
 

A new report finds that health care reform, while it might cost $1 trillion, could ultimately save the nation $3 trillion, with billions of dollars of benefits for every state in the union, including $54.5 billion in Wisconsin.

 

 

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News Release | WISPIRG | Health Care

New Report: Health Care Reform Can Save Wisconsin $54.5 Billion

Health care reform might cost $1 trillion, but it can ultimately save the nation $3 trillion, with billions of dollars of benefits for every state in the union, including $54.5 billion in Wisconsin, a new report released today by the Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group notes.

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News Release | WISPIRG | Health Care

Survey: Wisconsin Small Businesses Crushed by Rising Health Costs

Wisconsin small business owners are being crushed by rising health care costs, and feel left out of the current health care debate in Washington, according to a new report released by Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group on Main Street, Madison today.

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News Release | WISPIRG Foundation | Budget

Study: Wisconsin Has Better Reporting on Economic Stimulus Spending Than Most States But Still Needs Improvement

A new study of official state websites focusing on the federal stimulus program finds that Wisconsin ranks better than most states but still needs to improve the quality of its online reporting.

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