Billions of dollars allocated for infrastructure projects in Wisconsin will create jobs to help roads, bridges, ports, airports, rail, broadband, and lead pipe removal.
Voters in two Wisconsin counties will have the chance to make their voices heard on the issue of water quality in the upcoming spring election.
The bipartisan infrastructure deal is expected to make a substantial impact in efforts to replace Wisconsin's 176,000 lead water lines.
The bipartisan infrastructure legislation that Biden recently signed includes $15 billion to replace lead pipes across the country.
Wisconsin GOP lawmakers seem grateful for the aid that has helped hometown businesses and provided stimulus checks.
Two bills proposed by Biden would help Wisconsin address a range of issues, according to a Democratic state representative and GOP state senator.
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