CBS 58- The election is three weeks away and Tuesday night the two men running for United States senate squared off in their second and final debate.
Other hot topics at the debate were the Affordable Care Act and college affordability.
In the Senate race, Feingold was backed by 52% to Johnson's 44%, with 2% supporting Liberatarian Phil Anderson.
Standing beside the board that features a chart, he proclaims that back in 2010, the 100-member U.S. Senate was comprised of 57 lawyers, 0 manufacturers and "too many career politicians". Ron Johnson mentioned her family's story in a campaign debate, saying Tuesday that Johnson didn't do enough to help the family although documents show he pressed the VA to look into the death. She didn't cite examples, but Feingold was the only senator to vote against the Patriot Act. Johnson, a strong proponent of limited government, criticized Feingold for responding to problems with more government programs. Feingold said it should be up to the doctor and the woman receiving the abortion.
"Economic growth is the solution to these problems".
MINIMUM WAGE: Feingold reiterated his support for raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour, while Johnson said he would be OK with indexing a minimum wage increase tied to the rate of inflation. She also said Johnson's office refused to make calls to speed up a claim she filed against the VA.
Johnson says he would only confirm judges, not "liberal activists".
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"I've long believed that the Second Amendment grants citizens a right to own firearms", Feingold said in 2010.
Johnson says "I think the American people are looking for dramatic change".
The candidates also drew hard lines on immigration and border control.
Feingold criticized the incumbent Johnson for putting more emphasis on controlling the US border, rather than implementing comprehensive immigration reform to allow undocumented workers stay in the country legally.
One of Feingold's complaints about Johnson is his complicity in the Republican majority's decision not to give President Obama's nominee to the Supreme Court a confirmation hearing.
Johnson said he still supports Trump, however, and sees him as a fellow "change agent" in Washington.
"It's definitely a legitimate point to talk about the bias in the media", Johnson said. Concerning Clinton, he said "Lord knows she's not flawless", but he's had good experiences working with her on health care.