Legislative Democrats plan frequent reminders of GOP opposition, while President Biden organized relief flights and Gov. Evers acted to avoid price gouging.
Democrats hammer Sen. Johnson for consistent opposition to pandemic relief for Wisconsin small businesses and families.
Sponsors are confident bipartisan the proposal, which would expand protections for child sex trafficking victims, will win enough votes to become law.
Sponsors say discussions of institutional racism and implicit bias will make white people feel bad.
Despite a massive, unexpected surplus, Republican lawmakers opted to spend the vast majority of the money on tax cuts. The ball is now in Evers’ court.
No lead abatement. No expanded job training. No upgrade to an archaic unemployment system. Republican lawmakers say one-time pandemic relief funds should be used instead.
Legislators had been warned earlier that the aid from the American Rescue Plan is a supplement for struggling schools, not a substitute for state support.
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