WISCONSIN - Fewer than five weeks remain before sign-ups begin for the new online health insurance marketplaces in Wisconsin.
But Governor Scott Walker's administration has yet to release details on what plans and rates people can choose from.
The online sign-ups will start October 1.
The Affordable Care Act requires the healthcare exchanges to take effect in January.
States like Ohio and Florida have already made rate information publically available.
On Monday, Governor Walker said more details would be released within a week.
"Politically, I still have questions about Obamacare. In the end, it's the law, and we're going to make sure that people have as much access to information as they need," he said.
Governor Walker has consistently opposed the Affordable Care Act and its implementation.
But one of Wisconsin's U.S. Senators continues to strongly support the legislation.
"I think it's really high time that people of all political stripes put politics aside and instead focus on the progress we need to make together to make this work," said Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin.
The state-by-state marketplaces are designed to transform the way individuals and small businesses buy private health insurance.
RHINELANDER - Usually when we think of people fighting world hunger, collecting food donations and other community service events come to mind. But a group of kids from Rhinelander are fighting world hunger a different way.
On Sunday, 14 people, including kids in grades five through 12 and some of their parents, set out on a weeklong 250 mile bike ride to raise money. They're all part of Rhinelander's Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Pastor Tammy Barthels says this is a great way for kids to learn about world hunger.
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