MADISON, Wis. — All across the state, elected officials praised President Biden and Democrats in Congress for delivering the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal, which will provide much needed federal funds to revamp Wisconsin’s infrastructure. These investments are paired with Gov. Evers’ continued commitment to Wisconsin’s infrastructure — allowing the state to fix Wisconsin’s roads and bridges, expand access to broadband, and deliver good-paying jobs.

Read about how President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal and American Rescue Plan continue to deliver for Wisconsin here:

WEAU News: Gov. Evers announces $15 million in tourism grants

Up North News: Biden’s Infrastructure Bill Passed. Here’s What it Means for Wisconsin.

CBS Milwaukee: Wauwatosa bridge replacement touted as preview of coming improvements from infrastructure bill

WDIO: Infrastructure bill set to fund roads, broadband, and clean water

WisBusiness: WI to get billions in federal dollars through infrastructure bill; Dems, some business groups applaud House passage of legislation

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Wisconsin will get at least $100 million for broadband expansion under the massive federal infrastructure bill

Hudson Star Review: Letter: ARP put help where needed 

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