MADISON, Wis. — As millions of federal dollars pour into Wisconsin funding projects to invest in worker training, rebuild airports, and deliver clean drinking water, Wisconsinites are celebrating how President Biden, Governor Evers, and Democrats in Congress are strengthening the state’s infrastructure and creating good-paying jobs.


Just this week, Governor Evers invested $60 million in workforce development – announcing that projects from Eau Claire to Kenosha would receive funds to combat worker shortages – while the Biden administration invested millions in federal funds to rebuild rural Wisconsin’s infrastructure and bring clean water to families across the state. Thanks to a strong partnership between President Biden and Governor Evers, Democrats continue to build Wisconsin back better.


Read about how Democrats continue to deliver for Wisconsin here:


The Chronotype: Chetek, Turtle Lake to benefit from $114.5M investment in infrastructure


Channel 3000: Operation Fresh Start receives $3.3 million dollar grant, aimed at helping local workforce shortage


WEAU: Gov. Evers announces recipients of $59.5 million in workforce innovation grants


UpNorthNews: Evers Puts $60M in COVID Relief Toward Workforce Development


Wisconsin Public Radio: Wisconsin communities receive funding from Biden administration’s new focus on lead drinking water systems


KMA Land: Farmers receive direct-aid payments


Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Agriculture Secretary Vilsack says small dairy farms have an improved safety net and more aid coming

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