Latest Fact-checks on Kelda Helen Roys Kelda Helen Roys stated on April 26, 2023 in Twitter: Infertility is treated differently than other issues and "often excluded from insurance coverage" Kelda Helen Roys stated on May 8, 2022 in TV interview: Because of U.S. Senate rules, Democrats need "more than a majority ... to codify Roe vs. Wade." Kelda Helen Roys stated on September 28, 2021 in Email: Says gubernatorial candidate Rebecca Kleefisch “worked with Scott Walker to sign five abortion restrictions into law that took away services and threatened doctors with prison time for providing safe and legal abortions.” Kelda Helen Roys stated on May 2, 2018 in a cable interview: Says "political interference" from Scott Walker’s administration has led to "gagging (DNR) scientists so they can no longer comment on proposed legislation" and "we’re letting polluters write their own permits." Kelda Helen Roys stated on July 19, 2018 in a TV ad: "In Wisconsin, abortion is still a crime." Kelda Helen Roys stated on April 18, 2018 in a tweet and campaign event: Wisconsin lost "almost 4,000 manufacturing jobs in 2017." Kelda Helen Roys stated on May 28, 2018 in a radio interview: "There are a lot of private charters. And in fact, (Tony Evers) sought and received the largest charter school grant in the country from the Trump-DeVos administration to start new charter schools in Wisconsin." Kelda Helen Roys stated on May 2, 2018 in an interview: Says that under Scott Walker, on a percentage basis, Wisconsin is "spending twice as much on debt service for just basic road repair and maintenance" than before he took office. Kelda Helen Roys stated on June 6, 2018 in statements: On participating in a debate for Democratic gubernatorial candidates. Kelda Helen Roys stated on December 11, 2017 in a candidates forum: In 2011 under Scott Walker, Wisconsin for the first time spent "more on our prison system than we did" on the University of Wisconsin System. Kelda Helen Roys stated on December 1, 2017 in a tweet: "Under Trump’s new tax plan … 99.8% of Americans" get "not one nickel" in tax cuts. Kelda Helen Roys stated on July 9, 2012 in news conference remarks: Says she "stood up to" Gov. Scott Walker on tax cuts "for wealthy corporations" while her congressional opponent voted with Walker. Kelda Helen Roys stated on January 5, 2012 in a news release: Says area near proposed northern Wisconsin iron ore mine is "15 hours away" from where public hearing on mining was held.