Stories tagged: "Biden’s First 100 Days"


Tim Eichinger speaks to President Joe Biden
Milwaukee Brewer Inspired Biden to Open Special PPP Window for Small Biz

Town hall request helps lead to ensuring “mom and pop” firms don’t get outmuscled for coronavirus aid.

Kevin Mahalko manages a family-run organic dairy farm near Gilman. (Photo supplied)
Vilsack Is Back. Wisconsin Farmers Show Cautious Optimism for His Second Round as Ag Secretary.

Having already led the USDA under Obama, he’ll be walking a tightrope between corporate and family farm interests.

Andrea Palm, the former secretary-designee for the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, discusses the coronavirus shortly after Gov. Tony Evers declares a public emergency on March 12, 2020. 
Palm has been picked by President Joe Biden to be the deputy secretary of his Health and Human Services administration. (Photo © Andy Manis)
OP-ED: We Need Andrea Palm and Xavier Becerra in Biden’s Health and Human Services

Milwaukee Alderwoman JoCasta Zamarripa urges Congress to approve Becerra to be Health and Human Services secretary.

Wausau Mayor Katie Rosenberg with her father, Jim Rosenberg
Virtual Inauguration Didn’t Stop Wisconsin Biden Supporters From Celebrating

No DC trip, no big crowds, but plenty of singing, crying, and making toasts to the new president.

Joe Biden Sworn In As 46th President Of The United States At U.S. Capitol Inauguration Ceremony
Relief, Praise, and Unity Expressed by WI Officials as Biden Takes Office

“Oh Happy Day,” tweets Lt. Gov. Barnes as Trump remains banished from social media.

President-elect Joe Biden and his wife Jill, walk out for the 59th Presidential Inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021.(AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, Pool)
What the First Actions from President Biden Could Mean for Wisconsin

Whether it’s the first 100 days or the first 10 days, a new administration is likely to change the trajectory of the vaccine rollout, COVID relief, and other issues affecting the state.