JFC approves state money to help buy new WisconsinEye cameras

The Assembly and Senate would provide a combined $412,600 in GPR over the next two years to help cover the costs of 21 new cameras in the Capitol for the public affairs network WisconsinEye, under a motion JFC approved.
The Supreme Court, meanwhile, would provide $37,800 during 2017-19 to help offset the costs of two cameras.
To receive the matching money, WisconsinEye management would have to show it can provide a match of $226,200 before the money would be released. The camera locations for the Legislature also would be approved by the Joint Committee on Legislative Organization, while the c...

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