The Republican plan to deal with the coronavirus in Wisconsin will likely be halfway to Governor Evers’ desk by the end of the day tomorrow.
An Assembly panel yesterday approved the 100-million-dollar relief package. In addition to shifting money to cover coronavirus costs, the Republican plan would push to get kids back in school, give protections to governments and some businesses against coronavirus lawsuits, and would allow visitors to head back into nursing homes. The full Assembly could vote on the plan tomorrow.
The proposal is much different than what Governor Evers and statehouse Democrats want.