Cancer patient at Mayo-Franciscan tells Walker: ‘They’re saving my life’
February 20, 2018

Gov. Scott Walker is convinced that he did the right thing when he declined federal Medicaid expansion for Wisconsin, but he’s taking legislative steps to ensure that one of Obamacare’s most vital elements — insurance coverage for pre-existing conditions — remains intact in the Badger State.

“We had hoped Washington, D.C., would take action, but it hasn’t” regarding health care promises Donald Trump and Congress made during the election campaign, Walker said Monday after touring the Cancer Center at Mayo Clinic Health System-Franciscan Healthcare in La Crosse.

“Where Washington has failed, Wisconsin will step up and lead,” Walker said during a press conference to promote his Health Care Stability Plan, which has bipartisan support in the state Legislature and is expected to be voted on as early as today or Wednesday.

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