TUE PM Update: Evers says $90M more in federal COVID funds for K-12 bridge to next budget

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-- Dem Gov. Tony Evers today portrayed the $90 million in federal COVID-19 money he's putting into K-12 schools as a bridge until lawmakers next year can consider using some of the expected budget surplus to fund education.
The GOP Assembly co-chair of the Joint Finance Committee dismissed it as an election-year gimmick.
Evers today announced he's putting another $90 million of federal COVID-19 funds into K-12 education, including a portion dedicated to mental health services.
During a Madison news conference today, Evers agai...

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