Four HOPE Agenda Bills Signed Into Law Since 2013, Wisconsin has passed 34 bipartisan pieces of legislation as a part of the Heroin, Opiate, Prevention, and Education (HOPE) Agenda. Last year there was a 10% decrease in opioid-related deaths and opioid prescriptions continue to fall dramatically.
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Speaker Vos on the Governor's Tougher on Crime Vetoes Governor Evers vetoed legislation that would have helped keep our communities safe. He refuses to hold criminals accountable to please his liberal ‘let them out of jail’ backers. His actions clearly show how far left he is compared to the general public who want to live in safe neighborhoods.
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Rep. James: Supporting Agriculture’s Future President Dwight D. Eisenhower once said “Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil and you’re a thousand miles from the corn field.” This saying is still true to this day with ever changing technology, food trends, and the weather.
Rep. Zimmerman: Lowering the Cost of Prescription Medication The bill requires PBMs to be licensed by the Office of Commissioner of Insurance and eliminates ‘gag clauses’ in state law which prohibit pharmacists from telling their customers they could save money by purchasing medication instead of using insurance.
Rep. Tony Kurtz: Joint Resolution Commemorates Gulf War Veterans It ended in less than two months, but the men and women who served in Operation Desert Storm still feel its impact nearly three decades later. ore than 10,000 Wisconsinites helped liberate Kuwait from Saddam Hussein’s forces, and ten Wisconsin soldiers lost their lives.