Wisconsin election officials pressed on Monday with preparations for next week's presidential primary, despite the threat of the coronavirus and a federal lawsuit seeking a delay and expansion of absentee voting.Read More »
The administration of Wisconsin Democratic Gov. Tony Evers is moving ahead with plans to buy 10,000 ventilators and 1 million protective masks in the fight against the coronavirus after clashing with GOP lawmakers over whether he needed their permission to make such purchases.Read More »
Working in an industry that state officials have deemed essential, Wisconsin construction crews haven't got the luxury of watching the COVID-19 outbreak unfold from home like many state residents.
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The scope of the coronavirus pandemic is something we haven’t experienced in our lifetime. Each of us has been recruited to fight an unseen enemy that is disrupting our lives, businesses, and overall economic health.Read More »
Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. chief Missy Hughes says her employees are “working through the process” of deciding which businesses are essential after seeing a rapid increase web traffic contributed to a crash of organization’s site.Read More »
Wisconsin's Republican legislative leaders said Wednesday they want to understand what's in the $2 trillion federal stimulus package before they take any action at the state level in response to the coronavirus, and that they're considering temporarily waiving the one-week waiting period to receive unemployment benefits.Read More »