MADISON Wis. — The American Rescue Plan — signed into law by President Biden and passed through Congress without the support of a single Wisconsin Republican — continues to deliver for families across every zip code and industry in Wisconsin.
This past week, on top of the billions of dollars he’s invested in the state so far thanks to the American Rescue Plan, Governor Evers dedicated another $50 million of these federal funds to support farmers and working families across the state.
Here’s what every single Republican in Congress voted against:
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: UWM puts $5.1 million in federal stimulus funds toward paying off debt for 2,000 students
- Baraboo News Republic: Sauk County plans use of American Rescue Plan funds for broadband, facility improvements
- Wisconsin State Journal: Feds provide $50 million in grants for child care providers and education-based nonprofits
- Osceola Sun: Village approves preliminary plan for ARPA funds
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: State grants of $10,000 available to businesses that expand into vacant downtown commercial space