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MA Expansion Would Provide $92 Million in New Health Care Funding for Brown, Marinette and Oconto Counties PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Wisconsin Senate Democrats, Jay Wadd   
Tuesday, 07 May 2019 15:15

affordablecareactGov. Evers’ budget plan would provide new healthcare funding for Northeast Wisconsin as well as tax savings.

Forward Wisconsin Launches Statewide PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 07 May 2019 07:22

womens-healthInitiative Lifts the Voices of the Majority Supporting Medicaid Expansion in Wisconsin

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Expanding Medicaid in Wisconsin Makes Dollars & Sense PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Assembly Democrats, Bryce Dille   
Monday, 06 May 2019 06:39

medicare-patientRepublicans in Madison plan to block, Wisconsinites want expansion and their Federal money now says lawmaker.

Last Updated on Monday, 06 May 2019 07:06
Budget Would Increase Health Care Funding in Winnebago County by $104 Million PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Assembly Democrats, Aaron Collins   
Wednesday, 01 May 2019 16:30

healthcareMedicaid expansion would cover an additional 2,010 people in Winnebago County, provide resources to help retain physicians, address the personal care worker shortage, and increase dental access, says Hintz.

Governor's Office in Milwaukee Adds Staff PDF Print E-mail
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Written by GOV Press Wisconsin   
Wednesday, 01 May 2019 16:14

milw_riverNew office Director, Deputy, and Constituent Services Manager hope to rebuild relationship between Milwaukee and state.

MILWAUKEE — Gov. Tony Evers announced staff appointments for the governor's office in Milwaukee on Wednesday.

Dr. Shandowlyon Hendricks-Williams will serve as the Milwaukee Director, Edwin Huertas will serve as the Milwaukee Deputy Director, and Revelle Williams will serve as the Milwaukee Constituent Services Manager.

tony-evers“These folks are really talented, and I am excited to announce they’ll be leading our team in Milwaukee,” said Gov. Evers. “Our state’s success is tied to Milwaukee’s success, so it’s critically important that we work to rebuild the relationship between Milwaukee and our state, and that starts with these exceptional folks we’re announcing today.”

The Milwaukee Office staff will be attending community meetings, building new relationships, advising on policy as it relates to Milwaukee, and assisting constituents with a variety of issues.

Dr. Shandowlyon Hendricks-Williams, Milwaukee Office Director

A resident of the Thurston Woods neighborhood in Milwaukee, Dr. Hendricks-Williams is a graduate of Custer High School, Milwaukee Area Technical College, Springfield College, Cardinal Stritch University and earned her doctorate degree from National Louis University. Most recently she served as the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Director of Wisconsin Education Opportunity Programs and she brings 25 years of experience in public, private, charter, and higher education. Dr. Hendricks-Williams is also involved with the Rotary Club of Milwaukee, Project Hope Inc., and is the mother of two.

Edwin Huertas, Milwaukee Office Deputy Director

Native Milwaukeean and MPS alum, Edwin has worked on connecting underrepresented populations to private and government sectors to find common ground and solutions to social issues. Edwin graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a degree in Community-Based Organizations Policy & Leadership and later worked as an AmeriCorps Public Ally. Most recently, Edwin has assisted with constituent and neighborhood relations and policy research for Milwaukee Alderman Michael Murphy and is currently completing his MBA from Marquette University as part of the Trinity Fellowship program, with an emphasis on social and economic justice.

Revelle Williams, Milwaukee Office Constituent Services Manager

Native Milwaukeean, Revelle has worked for the past 10 years as a Legislative Assistant and Constituent Relations Director for State Senator Lena Taylor. A former educator, Revelle has a background in youth and community programming and has worked to assist constituents with issues such as corrections, child welfare, and healthcare. Revelle is known for her personalized level of service and has been recognized in the past for her dedication to the community. In her free time, she is pursuing a degree in social work and loves to spend time with her beautiful family.

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