Nov. 6, 2018 U.S. Senate
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Wisconsin's Tammy Baldwin.
Standing shoulder to shoulder with middle-class families.

Doing right by Wisconsin workers when China cheats or Washington fails to Buy American.

Baldwin re-introduced "Buy America" legislation that would help rebuild America's crumbling drinking water infrastructure using American made iron and steel, a boost to Wisconsin's Neenah Foundry and manufacturers across the state.

For workers with the deck stacked ·against them, Tammy is fighting fo crack down on China when they cheat American workers. She is also working to keep jobs here at home instead of outsourcing them to other countries.

Working to reduce the.cost of health care and college for Wisconsin families.

Tammy is working with U.S. Senator John McCain to crack down on drug companies that jack up prescription drug prices just to boost profits.

And Tammy introduced legislation to provide· two years of free technical college so that students can learn the skills they need to find a good paying job without the crushing debt of a 4 year degree.

Turning tragedy into action for our veterans.

U.S. Marine veteran Jason Simcakoski died at the Tomah VA hospital from a deadly combination of prescription drugs-including opiates. But through his tragedy came hope for others.

Working with hfs family, Tammy Baldwin authored the Jason Simcakoski Memorial and Promise Act, to hold the VA accountable and help stop overprescribing of opioids at the VA, winning support from Republicans and Democrats and incorporating it into the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act. The President of the United States signed it into law July 22, 2016.

"The VA had a serious problem with veterans who were seeking help and getting hooked instead. We're seeing how that's turning around,"
Sen. Baldwin added.

Doing right by Wisconsin dairy farmers against unfair trade.

When Canada changed the dairy trade rules with restrictive barriers, Tammy Baldwin called for an investigation because she understands our Wisconsin dairy farmers should not have their businesses ruined and lives upended because of this unfair trade practice.

"I think our top officials in agriculture, our trade representative office and in commerce need to be very direct with Canadian counterparts that this is cheating, this is unfair, we need a level playing field, and quick action will bode well for healthy trade relationship going forward," said Baldwin.

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