The Joint Finance Committee will take up Health Services May 25, including the Medicaid and FoodShare programs.
Gov. Scott Walker has proposed a pilot program requiring parents of school-aged children to work at least 80 hours a month to continue receiving food stamps.
The committee also is slated to take up Mental Health, Public Health and Other Programs under DHS, along with the Building Program...
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