Kilah Engelke, a Milwaukee mom and cement mason, highlights the jobs being created by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the rest of President Biden’s legislative agenda.
Gov. Tony Evers first made PFAS a priority in 2019, which he called “The Year of Clean Drinking Water.” Since then, Wisconsin has made major strides in eliminating the cancer-causing chemicals from its drinking water.
Senator Baldwin and Congressman Pocan helped push the FCC to update its coverage map so that Wisconsin gets what’s needed to bring affordable high-speed service to all.
We elect leaders who will spend our tax dollars wisely. Throwing billions toward tax cuts for the super-rich does nothing to keep roads and bridges from crumbling and tumbling.
President Biden has announced his plans to run for a second term in 2024, an election where Wisconsin will likely play a pivotal role once again, as it has in the past two elections.
The Biden administration likes to use the Badger State to highlight how the bipartisan law is upgrading bridges, water lines, internet speeds, and electric vehicle charging stations.
In Wisconsin, 170 infrastructure projects have been announced so far, and more are in the works. Here’s a look at the work that’s being done in the Badger State, and how it helps Wisconsinites.
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