Wisconsin Cancer Action Center


Latest Updates

January 5, 2022

Madison, Wis. — Jan. 5, 2022— Assembly Bill 675, which is set to be heard today in the Assembly Committee on Constitution and Ethics, would undermine vaccine requirements. With record numbers of COVID-19 cases sweeping across the country, lawmakers should do all they can to protect their constituents by

September 27, 2021

Madison, Wis. – Hundreds of lit bags decorated with the names of those who’ve fought cancer spelled out the words ‘hope’ and ‘cure’ Monday evening on the Wisconsin State Capitol’s steps. The display served as a touching yet powerful reminder to Wisconsin and national lawmakers on the importance of ensuring

May 19, 2021

Madison, Wis. – Today, Governor Tony Evers called a special session to reopen the conversation around the benefits of BadgerCare (Medicaid) expansion, a measure with strong support from the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) that would allow thousands of Wisconsinites to gain access to affordable, comprehensive health

January 12, 2021

Madison, WI –As we embark on a new legislative session, the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) prompts legislators, state agencies and the Governor to promote public policies that help Wisconsinites prevent, diagnose and treat cancer. “Cancer has not stopped during the pandemic, so ACS CAN volunteers continue

State Contacts

Greta Johnson
Grassroots Manager
Sara Sahli
Wisconsin Government Relations Director
Priscilla Cabral-Perez
Sr. Regional Media Advocacy Manager

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