Advocates say Build Back Better is needed to rescue a childcare system in crisis that pairs high costs and low availability for parents with low pay for providers.
More than 1 million children in the state have benefited from the monthly payments, which will stop unless Congress extends them by Dec. 28.
In an op-ed, the state manager for the Main Street Alliance, argues the big lobby that claims to be pro-business in Wisconsin is bad for mom-and-pop shops.
Measure expected to provide around $5.5 billion in transportation projects to Wisconsin and a variety of other job-creating improvements.
The potential new natural gas plant planned near Ixonia and Whitewater comes as the climate crisis grows more urgent every day.
Legislation would increase federal funding for the kind of in-home nursing and personal care workers now in short supply and desperately in need.
The most sweeping reforms in 50 years are being debated in Congress, and it's up to us to push it over the finish line, writes Robert Kraig of Citizen Action of Wisconsin.
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