Blacks had higher voting percentage than whites in 2012; Study shows hospital prices for common procedures vary vastly; more state news
May 9, 2013 at 4:37 am in Hudson Star-Observer
The Census Bureau found that 79% of black Wisconsin adults went to the polls in last fall’s presidential election, compared to 75% of non-Hispanic whites. There was a 10% margin of error in the Wisconsin survey due to the state’s relatively small numbers of black voters. According to numbers released by federal health officials, it pays to shop around before having common medical procedures.