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First WI Coronavirus Relief Package Likely to Hit Wall

First WI Coronavirus Relief Package Likely to Hit Wall

The first coronavirus relief package to get a vote at the Wisconsin Capitol doesn’t look to have a future.

The State Assembly approved the Republican package yesterday. In addition to spending 100 million-dollars on coronavirus relief, the plan would encourage schools to reopen, allow for visitors at nursing homes, and give businesses protection from coronavirus lawsuits. But Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate have their coronavirus relief package, and are unlikely to consider the Assembly’s plan.

Governor Evers has already said he doesn’t support it, so the chances that it becomes law are pretty much zero.

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