With Scott Walker Cutting Funding, Wisconsin Drops in Health Care Ranking
With a shocking spike in the rate of childhood poverty and drastic cuts to public health care spending, Wisconsin has dropped in the ranks of a national health index.
The United Health Foundation's America Health Rankings, done with the American Public Health Association, found that Wisconsin ranked 50th in per capita health funding.
To read more about the report, see here.
Wisconsin has led the nation in job loss under Scott Walker and has been dropping in health and education rankings after massive budget cuts.
As health czar, Walker appointed the man who, in the Bush administration, literally tried to kill the successful SeniorCare programs: Dennis Smith has led the charge not merely to obstruct the advance of ObamaCare, but also to kick thousands of children and working Wisconsinites off BadgerCare.
With rankings like yesterday's, we see Walker's hard work against working Wisconsinites bearing fruit.