LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - State Representatives stopped in La Crosse Monday to hear ideas on improving public health.
Lawmakers met with organizations looking to advance policies in the La Crosse area. Attendees from the public were also able to voice their concerns about public health.
The La Crosse County Health Department focused the discussion on Primary Care and Prevention.
"That saves a lot of costs in health care, it saves lives, it saves a lot of quality of life issues from occurring, and those are really important concepts for us,” said La Crosse County Health Department Health Director Jen Rombalski.
State Senator Jennifer Shilling attended the event, along with state Representatives Steve Doyle and Jill Billings.
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